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Mx-in.be r N. C. Legislature,
The Dream of Life.
AH men are il reamers fron), the hour
, Wlien reason first exerU'lta ower ;
Unmindful of its bitter sting
' To some deceiving hope-wo cling-
v , That hope's a dream. A '
The brazen trumpet's clangor gives ,
The joy .-ou-which the warrior lives ;
, And at his injured country's call,
Ho leaves his friend,! his home, his all.
For- glory's dream. ; j - f
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MW(intu..y to the va hie of. your
,i 1 have iiseu u wuu reai
lv.reconinif rul it tq an yJone
indigestROh Jud a
!W.UiJ l,f livpr and Lowcls.
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I j jlL jj IT M-Aden jmd T C Smith
TOue,l4 ana J H Knis, Sali
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ifSUARf ESS f OR
iiifARM WAGONS. J';V
!lVlifckFoi:i & Huffman
raW and Guano Drills.
uVBlIiiaing nnd- aiKing
JLTIV A TORS
elemph Straw Cutters,
if Avery-an.l Dixie PLOWS,; .
The lover hangs on some bright eye .
And dreams of bliss in everj sigh ! "
But biighfest eyes are, deed in guile, . ',
Aud he who trusts their fickled smile,
Trusts m dream ! - f
And there are those build their joys
On piJond ambition's gilded toys,
Who fain wonld cliraU the craggy bright
Whose power displays its spledid light
iJJut dreaming, fall!
Whilst others midst the giddy throng
Of pleasure's victims sweep along, i
Till feelings dampVl and satiate hearts
Too worn to feel when bliss departs,
Trove all a dream.
And when that chilly call of fear
Death's mandate, faills upon the ear
. Wo-'fi'nd, would we retrace the past,"
E'en' life at best, now fadiug fast,
Is all a dream !
AFTER THE INAUGURATION.
The Grand Ball in 'the Pension
Where Distinguished Men and Worken
Met and Thousands of Feet Kept
, Time to Merry Music. ' ;
listingnished pcrebjis.lfiog presented
to him. The Presulent was accom
panied by I Miss Cleveland and Mrs.
Hoyt, hi3 sisters, adbV Ids brother,
Rev. W. A. Cleveland: and his wife
and their two sonj,Ur. Hastings, his
nephew, Miss Hastings Miss Kellie
Yeomans and Miss lAnna Yeomans,
Mr. and Mrs. Bacon,! the PresideutV
brotlicr in law, of j Toknlo, and CoL
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and iMrs. Jjamor.i.
A medical authority says if any one
wishes to grow fleshy, a pint of milk,
on retiring at niglit, will soon cover
the scrawniest bones. Although wo
see a good many fleshy! persons how,-,
a-days, there are a great mauy. lea ii I
and lank ones, too, who figh for the
fashionable -measure of plumpness,
and who would be vastly imn roved
About the same timex-PresidentVin health and appearance could
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room. With liimi were secretaries t11 uouie ue ruuimeu vua gooa
Ier, Secretary and;
Lincoln and Chantl
Brewster and Mrs. Breivlter, Postmas-
r. Allan Af
ter General Hat ton' and
Secretary Teller pm
Judge Davis and Mrs.
Lucy Frelinghuyseiij ;A!
1 huiraud Mu hal MeMlchael l
about-; Hie same tiaie and joined the
President. j h
. DISTINGUISHED IPEHSONS.
: In the room at this time tlere was
a large and distinguished gathering,
including persons of the most! diverse
shades of political opinions.
the persons already named,
were present Senator Bayard, Col.
Vilas of Wisconsin, Gen. and Mrs.
Sheridan, Gen. Iloscerans
solid flesli. Nothinsr is bora coveted
by a. thin woman than a fall ; figure,
and nothing will arouse the Ire and
provoke the scandal of ; the "clipper
build" as the consciousness lof plump
ness in a rival.- In the cases of fever
and summer complaint milk is now
I given with excellent results. The idea
that milk w feverish has exploded,
and it is now the physician's aid in
bringing through typhoid fever .pa
tients, or those in too low a state to
be-nourished by solid food. It is a
mistake to scrimp the milk pitclier.
ake more milk and buy less meat.
Low TicUs of Corn.
fyxtcr; Corn snoiiors,
Engines ana toilers,
SAYf AND JGR15 1 ir,iLL&,
It F.ninc and lioilvr FittiivjMj Guns,,
i Sheila, Csnridies,. Wads and Caps.;
NJe.aii! Hiot, Dynamite Fuse Had Pri-
-ixes, Shovels and SpsKtes,' JJUiluing
tifejl'iTrnts; (iils and Yiirnisftcs,
RAISED CLOVER Stfcu.
Washington, March 4. The bril
liant finale of the inauguration cpre
monics was the ball tbnigljitl It put
the cap sheaf of gayety on the more
formal and serious, though grand,
ceremonial which preceded it. Beauty
lent its aid to crown the triumph of
the incoming administration, aud
amid the light festivities of the ball
room the celebration of the day came
to a close. 1
The ball was held in the unfinished
lie w "pension building, an ; immense
structure enclosing a rectangular
courtyard more thaw 300 feet .long by
over 100 feet in widthj two months
ago only the walls of the building
surrounding this courtyard were in
place, but by the exercise ot marvel
lous transforming skill this rootless
bare court has been changed 4uloa
palace of beauty. Entering thebuikt
insr tonight by either of the four
Tis True. Mr. Belford, who often grand entrances one sees on every
amuses the House of Representatives, 8,tJe unsigiitiy piles ot sanu anu mor-
. i. i l ui t tar and brick aud iron and other ma-
sometimes utters unpalatable home M" rtU " . .,
, . . , r ... terial, out of which the massive pile
truths that touch the sensitive nerves . ' , . , , nreh ' .
of both Democrats and Republicans. b which access is obtained to the
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lie i& a reckless nitter, anu aoes not building from the streets, are laiu
seem'to care iwho gets hurt. "You gen- down across what is little belter than
tlemqn of tie Democratic party" said a morass of soggy clay, which only
h in1 the debate on the River and Har- yesterday an army of laborcre was
bor bill, "hive seventyight majority engaged, in leveling; so that paths
.i xx x l miiiht be laid over it.:
in tne xiouse or nepreseniawves, ana t . i v" i .:. .n ii,?ni.
1 - Hot as the doors onens on the line-
yet you daniiot get a quorum without rio the eve :s dazzled by a sudden
the help of the Republican members, blaze, of light and color, and the
How do voulexrject to eovern the coun- mind confused bv tlie immensity of
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try in the next four years when ydu thescene revealed to it at a glance, crowded, ami the President and Vice w"n a tew crops of rye and buckwneat
cannot control this House?" This A, half 31G feet long by 116 feet wide : President, the former escorted by edged in between them, and. without a
lighted by sixty gigantic bicman s senator Pendleton'- and Kieh-
gax burners ot ouu candle power. i am i. luerricic,; anu tne latter oy
ich are suspended trom tlie
In reference to the very low .yield of
the Hon. corn in the Southern States, a rather sin-
Dan Manning andjwife, Senator Pen- gular fact might be mentioned. Some
dleton, the Hon. Richard T. Merrick, 1 time ago a correspondent who is a South
Representative Eaton of Connecticut, ! era farmer for Mce
Representative Barbour of Virginia, Ln ri,j. M Mi -ii i f
Q 1 . i i i . b . to what crops he could grow m place of
Seneator Wade Hampton, (Senator i i-i , .-, r, V i ,
Brown of Georgia1, Justice Field of . corn, which only yielded six bushels
the Supreme Court, and Speaker Per 9' Since then the writer has
Carlisle and Mrs. Carlisle, j been on this farmer's land and found in
There was no formal reception by his close vicinity another farmer who
President Cleveland, but a large niitn- made the past season 750 bushels of
r i i ; v corn irom iweive acres, or more man
some ot the irentlemen standing iti'.. A- n i 1
:. . ... i , len times ine yieia oi tne complaining
the immediate vicinity made presen- - mi
tations. Alter half an hour spent naer' The rcason was ve Plain
in this manner the! room became over The one nad grown corn year after year
vipps rif ih( mninritv in the Hrmse.
i'v, ,,r 4.1,rt cauu, n
nsibihty, it is a crime against the
LrfvdaJVfor lesK money
-.l iwytlilri:,' else usually K.pi n fft viasa
dwireapd implement .-stores; I haw$ on hand
allrtuck ot tlie above, & oiler t hem lorftUe next
"x..j. mnnoviiinn fhev bnve ever
MM CASH or OH TIME.
4n ?uit iill cluvies of pun-hascw, we have made
FTftSemenbi to seltiht ' eeiebrate.1 Wagous clU
proa l:t ti -i . s alt who need wagons
4wtta8a'ft'isee us soon. " . .
J JUX A-. r.OYDEX, Agent,
tU mntr rtwnoy tha.u anything eWHby takinj
u RRracy tur Wie iest selling book outv Be
?iKtsBuecef(lirrai)(ltv. Xonefall. Terms free.
it i f HiixicrrJiooK co rortlanU, Maine.
trusts witn jwmcn tne democrats are
charged by! their constituents. Mr.
Randall has been twice defeated in
THE! BEST SMITH IN
S4?U kl1 f - WiUrhcs, elooks. &c, and at
tau TVrnl lavanil jret your watches at
knl$0.nai,;liai,s sorc. Salisbury ; and try I lift
charge is too true. Absenteeism is one
iic liiiiiiL ULiLHJDj any, 111 ucn ui 111c j x
root, wnose peau is josi, losigut nine
ty feet above the floor, in a perfect
forest of streamers nnd flairs, on whose
acre of waxed floor several thousand j the titua occiipied ju walking around
f ha Anrrrvni-5nnn f!mn. counles in brilliant! toilets are nioviii 1 the room.
mittee by the defection of depart of this about in the mUzes of the dance,
large Democratic majority, who proved while thousands more circle around
taitniess to ) tneir pledges given to tne I on the outskirts in ceaseless prom-
people. iVjl.oim. ; ' I enadc and other thousands look down
Stop thef-.jpay of members for every J Upon them from jsurrounding balco
lav of absence. The toilers in the es, is tle graurtlrame woru ot an
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workshop and the field are not paid for ensemuje wiiicn, nursling suuue ny
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the rtnvs r.hev are nhsenr. Wnvsnnnld I r. . . ' o J
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tney oe raxea 10 pay aoseni, pumic ser- 0il41 mllf . f.. . rnnnl R.m
vants fox work they are not perform- lin)e before the details of the scene
begin to present themselves to notice
The hall proper is divided by two
Killed by aG rain of Corn. rows of massive pillars, which sup-
nort the roof. ! into three connected
Jddie bhuman, a boy eight years of ias ihe middle one of which is the
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age, died yesterday morning at tne res- largest. Rising irom the hall on
Went of his father, Mr. Wm. Shuman, four sides are smaller brick pillars
bnthe Camden road, two miles from which support the balconies, and on
tu ,;fr rrho ,n.i nf fhe W denh the outer side of these and between
. . i v j 1 i 1 them and the inner walls ot the build
vus ct i;iaiii tuiu t 1111,11 xiaKx luuecu 1. . iiii.il .
. ... .. , . . , . . . ' ins is a pronjcnauc nan, iweive icet
iu iiis vmpnc anu 1111.11 tuc iijoiciau genarated from the ba room
vahlly endeavored to dislodge. On the OI,iy by therows of pillars. From
20th of February, the boy, while play- the balconies which extend around
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ins with an ear 01 corn, put several tlie tour siaes ot tne nail mere rise
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jrrains in his mouth and one of these still smaller; -rows ot pillars supported
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(rmin lmA InnVed i liis windnine P" t'Se ueiieaill, 3UU 111. turn Slip
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and caused him to sufEer terribly. The " ? Tuuu uaty "IJfc ;
, , 1 , , . . by tne temporary rooi. xwo jarge
lcauireu w xuccx slflnds.. one for mus e ans fur
to dislodge tne grain 01 corn out iau- ishig the dancing music, and the
ed in all their attempts, and yesterday other for a baud which provides music
death brought relief to the little suffer- for promenaduiir. are-built out from
particle of manure, while the other had
grown buckwheat for a first crop on
epreseuiaiive iaion ami iur. o. v . nftvr lani thft Mrn fnp twft vpnrs Tupn
mnile the . 1 ' J ' l.
round of the ball; room, the band wheat, then clover for two years, and f.
; playing "Hail to the Chief during
Alter the Presidential party had
left the room the crowd continued to
pour into it through the other doors,
unaware that Cleveland had left.
Standing near thej centre of the room
was Senator Bayard ami the crowd
pressed about him dud shook hands
with him as they passed, appareu
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unuer tne impression tnat lie was
Vice-President Hendricks. , When
the Senator at last discovered that he
was being taken for somebody else
lie abandoned the! robin. .
The scene in tlie ball room was ex
ceedingly brilliant. The large hall
was completely filled with a constant
ly moving crowd numbering several
last corn on a rich clover sod. As usual.
it was a case of "the man and not the
land, as it is every time." New York
Judging from Appearances.
Whatever truth there may be in phre
nology, or in Lavater's kindred sci
ence of physiognomy, we shall do well
. scrupulously to avoid forming an
J ' opinion against a man irom ins per
sonal appearance. If we so judge We
shall often commit the greatest injus
tice which may, if we should ever live
to be disfigured by sickness or marred
by age, be returned into our own bo
som to our bitter sorrow. Plato com.
pared Socrates to the gallipots of tlie
Athenian apothecaries, on the outside
..( H IS
AT THE HEAD!
while from the balconies
morej looked down upon
The bright toilets of the
of which were painted grotesque fig
ures of apes and owls, but they con
tained within precious balsams. All
the beauty of a Cle6patra cannot save
her name Irom being infamous. Per
sonai attractions nave auorucu some 1 w;
; of the worst monsters that ever curs- 7
ladies, the flowers, the glittering jew
els, the decorations and lights were
prominent features of the scene to be
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,ug mnu 1C . , : , ed humanit Jm, then
xw.m...j ...in .umj; i or woman atter their outward fashion,
lour of the ball room returned to the but with purified behold the 'in-
reception room :and for a short time er beftUl ot the heart aud ,if- 7
HitnAllfnl fill 1IM wil !! hn 111 til li.ltf Imain I
ivwivv:vi mi i (.aim,- in hi tnvii Snuropf)n
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his party left the building and Vice
President Hendricks and his party
also went away.j j j
At 11 o'clock the Germania Or
chestra of Phi
er.! Char,. Obs.
Killed in a Grave.
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i vmf 1 Cani?ot bc disputed. : ! -
IMITATE IT. !
'l.tcstHunnin- . ! '
. - H M,)t licauuful Wood .Work
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ToSN in,U'l kinds of work. 1
Aa,?J.0P,-1.eine very rcsnect.
'Irel, ll,,t,ccupifd territory
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i Petersburg, W. Va, March 2.
Charles Barth was buried yesterday, at
Cherry Ruii, east of this place. The
ground was frozen very hard and it was
found necessary to use a pick to loosen
the earth; with which to fill the grave.
James Aichison iwas doing the work
and a man named Adams was shoveling
the. earth intoj the grave. Adams slip
ped and fell just as the pick was com
ing do win. The pick penetrated his
skull and he died in an hour.
Aside from economy, the best if hot
only, moral safeguard of a State Uni
versity is thehealthful existence of
similar institutions under denomination
al patronage. Living men may recol
lect the bad moral atmosphere that in
fected State Universities before denomi-
nation'Hhstitutions arose to shame them
into propriety.- Infidelity, drunkenness,
pnofanitjjywasnobar to a professorship
and the prrupttng exploits oi teachers
were a jest among students. When
Dr. Cooper, eminent for science, was
President of South Carolina College,
some of the choicest youth of the State
wrere tainted with his infidelity. There
was no alternative to a parent who fear
ed to expose his son to that influence
but to send him abroad.-5iop McTUre.
BEAUTIFY AND, PURIFY Tourtelvek
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Kr l'TTi r oiucimionu, va, '.anu cnuuren uj ttsm Dunueru inuian ver-
Ji DLEM AN.; mifuc tvyitea jear. Worms ruin the coin
i . .Salisbury, h, C. ' plexion.;:
the sides of the hall to the height of
the balcony. Supper rooms, wine
rooms, cloak aud hat rooms, reception
rooms, President's rooms and rooms
occupied j by the various ball com
mitteesare ranged on the tour sides
of the hall beyond the promenading
circle. In this vast space hard I v a
foot of the rough unfinished interior
remains-exposed. Decorations cover
thewhoja juterior, with the exception
of the roof, and this is almost hidden
from view by the network of stream
ers, flags and buntings- All is bril
liant coloring, in which the red,
white and blue tints of the American
Aug -predominates,' but -are toned
down by the cohtrasiiiigrolark green
of natural garlands- hutig in festoons
and the -toilaee 6f ffomciil -i. ulants
which Mre banked about the sumiorts
of the tbof anu'in the corner! of tlie.
nan, ana . are: blended with ihe rich
dark hues of velvet hanging f and "the
glos-sy sheen or silk damasiv j draper
ies. This wealth of color is relieved
against a back-ground of pure white
muslin, and is blended into harmony
and sdftuess under the light of lamps
which hang from the. roof like great
globes of tire. The entire scene forms
a brilliant setting fur the rich toilets
of th'e dancers and promenaders and
the ever chanirig panorama on the
floor.) Tliis is the general ' tfl'ect." The
details are complex and elaborate. '
THE PRESIDENT ARRIVES;
It was half past ,10 o'clock "when
President Cleveland arrived at Uie
balljroora, he was immediately escor
ted to the president's room I where for
hail an hour he held an; informal re
ception, the members of the! reception
commiuce.. ana a small n u m bor t if
Send six cents for postatre. and
receive free, a cosily box of goods
which will help you to more mon
ey right away than anything else in this world. All
of either sex. succeed from flrst hour. The broad
elpliia numbering ly sure. At once address, "T?v Co., Augusta, Maine.
100 pieces opejied; the ball prpper
Dancing was contin
ued until a very late hour, intersper
sed with intervals 'for promenading,
during which the Marine Baud sup
plied excellent music.
It is estimated that at least 10,000
persons were present during the even
ing. ! !
A very handsome supper was serv
ed through the evening in a series of
communicating j supper rooms by the
Murry Hill Hotel of New York.
The supper and attendants were
brought from New York on a spec
ial train. The arrangements and
menu were alike '-satisfactory.
Nov. iT, Sj. ly
i Is'tiieue ANY1 Difference. "Is
poker any more ,a gambling game than
ivlottery at a. church fair, or of the
doings of a broker? buying aud selling
what he has.not This question was
put by Col. Bliss to a .witness in a
New York police court, and the an
swer was, "T think, not." Was not
the answer correct? Ifayoung man
goes to a church festival and is im
portuned by a young, lady to "take a
chance" at a cake, pr some article val
ued at tribble its worth, and he wins,
is there not daiiger of his catching on
to the idea that h0 is lucky, aud will
he not next try! his luck with Dau
phin's lottery or ait a game of poker?
The church should abstain from evea
the appearance jof evil. , V;
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The man wlio does not believe in
newspapers is the man who has failed
to work hu little racket through their
column's. Picd'irthe. i :
A. C. HARRIS.
Having purchased R. E. Riid's interest
in the firm of Harris & ItcvcL I will contin
ue business at mj old stand on Main street.
Thanking my friends and the public for
their liberal patronage, heretotore given, 1
shall endeavor to ensure their continued ia
vor by keeping for the trade a complete
and full stock ot Fresh, First-class
- Fine Cigars and Tobacco ;
and everything usually kept in my line.
Call and see me. Itespectiully,
A. C. HARRIS.
Jan. 21, 1885. 3tn
wanted for The lives
of all the Presidents
of the U.S. Thelarg
est. ha.:KliOQiesL. best
boot ever soid for less than twice our price. The
tastest semnsr book In America. Immense proms
ioazents. All Intelugent peopl want it. Anyone
nan become a successful agent. Terms free,
U allot Boon Co. ortiand, Maiae.
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2, Granite
Row. D. A. AT WELL.
Aseat for the 4CardwellThrcgUer."
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
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