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D5t3?'.! u- W. (lilEGORY,
CliurlotUv X- C '
r.N. C Nov. 29, 1834.
r-.lf-nrv : I liey certify
lini vcrv'ilatncfit to myself
Kkicu(l it pothers,
Mcml.o.rN. C. Lesiatare.
i7 ! ClIAFXOTTE, N. C.
-M I take great pleasure
v3fTlv. I'bavensed it with creat
" 7-.i l Unnmmn( io any M1C
lvinv - . - ,
Tlier is no tinbclief J
And watts to e
He trusts in
h seed beneath the sod
it push away the clod,
, There is no jnn belief;
Whoever says, then clouds are in thosky,
'Be pat ient, heart tight break cth by and by,'
Trusts the Most High.
There is nolicbelief :
Whoever sees 'nteatti winter's field of snow
The silent harvest of tlie fature grow,
CI 'a nrnvnl fnnaf lr t-i r tt
ji v vs o vf -. uv a u w ,
tactile grave' and 'the
in, prose TKt2e3
pit witli j'sheol' in tlte margin.
tliese t renderu)rs. 'hell says the pre- - .
r i i . l adaresstheLr
face, Ijf it cou a be taken in its ongi- . 7
YOUNG Xj ABIES' COIiXJMN.
All contribntor3 to this column will
communications jto "Yocxa
Ladies Column," Watcjimam, Salisbury,
- r 1 for
T. C, State Treasurer.
j IJ McAt'en and Hi omun c
and T. Jf'..lviuiixyo-f
THE REVISED OLD TESTAMENT.
The Americans who toot Part in the
Translation and Revision.
t-ml cnnfco -i irsrwl in I lis r-rrP(s- wnuld
be K fairly inadequate equivalent for ' - . . .
the Hebrew wlord. but it is;so com- ' - ' " ' - " : "
monly understood as the place lor tor- ( , me arc 01 uooKing, says ; a ropectu
rrient that to j employ Jt frequently ble authority, slwuld rank with painting,
lead to iricvitaUle-misanderstanciins.' 'mnnnd smilhhire. If thlnirs beesti-
value to the human
lead to inevitable misunderstanding.' music and sculpture
In Isaiah XIF, where 'hell' Jsj usedr ted hy iheir real
in more of it si
visers have lc
sense, the re
' Collector Dowd's Dcpu ties .
- .7 .'' " S
So far as we know or know ''of Maj.
Dowd's deputy collectorshehas select
ed them with a good deal of discrimina
tion and appointed Capable and honest
men. Mr. J as. Af King, of this county, is
as farmer, a man of fine sense, and alway
a faithful and zealous Democratic work
er. Mr. Isaac A. Roberts, of Davie, is
likewise a farmer, is a magistrate, has
served his county in the Legislature, is
liis First Mirror.
I 'hell' in the text pn
C" family then the art of cooking should said to have good business qualifications
l" ; . 7ii t ' and to be a trood man. Mr. John H.
ting the heo in the marginj 1 ;.purunK u mcij uiucuju Jenk; of Yadkin, is a tobacco man-
"The'severil" days of the creation as ine suosiance aya)8uiajM:uc ufacturer and a reputable citizen. Mr.
e made' mor prominent by breaks shadow. Good cooking is evidence of M, 0. Sherrill, of Catawba, was for
The ex -r refinement, and a young lady is not many years clerk of the Superior Court
are mailer morp p
of a line bet ween the verses.
pedieht has enabled the revisers to readv to be a housekeeper, although of his county, has been twice a member
make-use of the dialogue form, and to fipipf iT1 mnsi, and uaintinir if she of the Legislature, is a man of superior
K1 nrT.''- C-
il 1 li ti a 1 is a k y;.v e.. nnnmrot ton n r 1,0 1 - 1 nea utnorized irsaim cxvi.. v
UlCllLUo JJ.-- Ui?.,rh irvits ktinnhmpnt. fr thf lan- U. 'I said in mv haste all men
1 ivbrs Riaing anajRiK" . r :nn. Aii.tte Fluirs.' is revised. 'I said when I
PTJL T I V A 1 VJ IX O. 0f translation r however, have bex?u re- baste to escape, all men are a lie.
HI j'TWA IJAUROVVS moved, and tie revision will be pro.
show the draimatic character of the V a ..,-,, fo mUrood bread n1186'-hlgil c"! a,dlarFe b(.u,e,ss
o. i.To V .1 n . . ja doe3 not knpw how to makq gooa oreaa, -ir u nfWilW-
. - o 1 rrnrui rnlTop nnd nrpnnrfi a nice Dili at R- I -.-. V. or. eT.iff -T V,Cn
w.hichv for examn e. is divided into r ,00 m UUkJr.u
I The Revised version of the Old
Testament was placed in the hands of
the London) publishers last Saturday.
In a review of the work thet 'London
Times says oC4his close of the labor
fourteen years T "This revision is the
most imnotaut event in the hislorv of "ixamiuauon ot the more laminar garded as a stgne-gtia-:
the Bible 1 since the publication of the passages; and phrases discloses; the fact ; raaie candidate for matrimony.
King James, translation in 1611. The iai care was tauen 111 preserving uie
success of the iOld Testament mav not intact household words of the Old
f Testament. The old literary form has
, ble steak. The health and happiness made one of the best officers it ever had.
of ment is the printing of all poetical , ot a tamily is so largely aepenaenx, on r Tw
UM - I - . . . ..... . i 1 -i 1 rpilp.Tir. hnsinpss rnnnrifv. Mr. . H.
passngcsjn poet.cform. ; L i ; good cooking that tne art snouia oe re- r a
: f" I - - - - 1 ' - -
non ; in every
good, intelligent man. Mr. E. Fi Lovill,
of Watauga, is a member of the Legis
lature and got license in February to
Some of our town3 are laying claim parctice law. He is a very bright man
to the m-ettiest eirls in the country, and very popular in his county. Mr.
A- ' . . . a ml rrr r -r -v -r a r -w-v 1 1
1 Y7o TV.XNTvSSEEv-
.... uitnriHO r
which more thjan a million copies were been held sacied and the revisers can we have to say is, that if any of W. McD.Burgin, of McDowell, is clerk
sold on the day of publication and not be charged with any pedantic i them will come up to our place and take of the Superior Court of his county and
more than three nyllions of copies be- ptraming arte? me original icxi ; out, a stroll over our town ana Keep meir is no aouoi compeienc apu au rigni
fore the I close bf the vear But it will lnot ' t,ie (fumiliar features of the ' eyes open, and do not confess thot we He applied for the collectorship. Mr.W
probably be nWe favorably received f scripture have escaped untouched.
and less severelv criticised. For it -1 lie 'apples ot gold,' ot rroveros
iSir4TlT0WN C"CIN7ATI involves no Changes of the Hebrew xxv. 11, are snow encased in 'figured
iJisffi SDrillS: WagOnS.: textno oldr manuscripts than the work' of silver, not in'pictures.' 4 Van-'W'-T.
T! ;L avV x Masoretichavangbeendiscovered-and ity and vexation of spirit,' (Eccl. 11.
7 ' FX -ii- the idiom of tihe authorized version is 17,) has keconie 'vanity and striving
nna (jliailO -UrillS. ; m0st carefuijJ preserved, out of regard after wind.'
fpjecrrapli Straw Cutters
A.vcry a'11 '
hor' x jrr-
- Ensines ana souers,
nounced bv neverv competent Bible
reader to be a very great improve
"Tt presents the results of the corn-
are the " Arjex" in that line, then they 1 R. Young, of Buncombe, is an ex-sheriff
must certainly be poor judges of beauty. I of that county and is highly endorsed
Winsfnn Dadu. by tne. Asnevnie papers. . Jir.. j. o
. - - . 1 . . . .
"Winsfon is more
tabacco in exuberance otj growtn; dui Qne of the best men in it. Mr Jeff
when it comes to SDeak 01 pretty fnrls Hvams. of Mitchell, is a son of Prof.
itisapresumDtionatwhicnoldertowns- M. E. Hyams, of this place, formerly
people can Wle with assured com- Where, was a member of the late firm
r, r m . .,-! i of Hyams Bros., 15akersville,is of excel-
niacencv. ine lwm-cuv man uetua -, .- , . ,. j 1 il
I 1 1 .- " 1 ient biauuLug in 111s scttiuu uiiu. utvs tiio
imm out, TroTTi nome oeiore ue uura fin.Knno 1 .,,..
c u umuiuitiuus. AAmumu
any more bragging in tms line
; .In ihe raftsmen, who are now ir
riving in our city by scores, is seea
the type of the East fTennessec moun-J
laineer wun an ineir green cnaracier
istics, their courage- integrity, igno
rance and crudeness.i Saturday last,
a raftsman, fresh from the mountains,
was coming up Market street at a rap
id rate. He wore the typical yellow
eans of his locality and carricd a huge
mountain staff". Asjhe passed Plick-
er's jewelry house he happened .to
glance into the 6tore and saw bis oodjyi
reflected 111 the large mirror m the
rear of the store room.' , He had lief
er seen a rairrorbefore, and recogniz
ed a familiar object in the figure arid
snpposedit was i ope of his friends.
He glanced a second time, his features
broadened into a smiles of rccoguitiop,
and straightening up he gazed intenl-
iy ai ine renecuon in tue mirror aqu
exclaimed: "Wait a minute, I'll be
tbar, Bill," and the? same instant He
hurried around the'store to meet his
suppesed friend. He found no onlf,
and looked rather perplexed. He re
turned to the door and looked back,
and on seeing the! figure again tle
frown left his face, and shaking has
fist at the figure he exclaimed : "Waft
for me, Bill ; I'll come right away "
and ran around the corner a gam as
quickly as he could. He searched for
several minutes, ana on iaiung 10 niu
his friend returned: to the street, look -
incr more perplexed than ever. He
SfflD FOR SUHIIlHgliaSSI
? THEY' COST NOTHING
The Rnlned BibleA Jewish Opinion.
More Civil Service Examinations.
eipjif&n fiil!RT FtllLLS. lined labor of a large number of the gymen jn this counti
H Svr Fittlns-Guns, best Hebraistt and biblical scholars of lglaii(1 have been
,ia?!fvlnA- w.i. nrinaiw. England and the Unite'd States, niast ihp 111
A lare compapy of Christian clcr-
..." 1 - .
try ami another in
engraved for nf-
Of all the fair contributors to our Cant. R. D. Graham informs us that
column,. I wonder whether or not any the dyil commission
giving medicine at the proper time, kg for a series of examinations of : per-
preparing palatable little meals tor sick sons to mi piaces as assistant, tsamiura,
looking alter tne room so as mechanical draftsmen, copyists or draw
seminaries, i na, . ur sult ot their joiut labors. 1 tie onjeci , but ifc geems to me that Th(e examinatiolls win be held
SEISED CLOVER SEED. 1 : . ?I..maf,nS cl!'""T, "r?' the greatest number of the young tolks ear y m June, in Washington and sey-
nu..i.M-"-T - xr.t nioca vuuwca ii yw.- ... v.r.. iniion. ailears iu ue m uuwm 4 uiwoci rt HoCiro fnrt hr thnn flrpas ana arn n appa thrmiorhnnt. thp roimtrv. in
E&pfet store-i y e on ha&d tal plnUWogyl biblical -geography, bus- ami more. exact rendei tug of the orig- ph nfhpr'a conietv. I think this is a the vicinitv of scientific and technical
. AfFor ijpm inr 1 ii nfit 1 - j a 1 1 1 .. 1 v ,j - 1 j
SrS?ry nave ever tory and antsquities, all ot wiiicn were ina 9a ,UCidentally to modernize sad mistake, because if we live it will schools, the object being to offer oppor-
c-iijii in rTrri iiiiili. iif-rr 1 tii j ufri iv iiiiiii
r;,.V:.;. .;.!.. wa and Cans, -bnirland and the umtea otates, uiast ,pn V1,nwf ,1 the nrenaration ot this i-"i"o 1
.luS-SlipiiNvH"1""-' ' " , W. . m ' tt 1 ... . 7 1 1 .. neon e fin fl
W .1; nem roi,I&.ul 1 " I ook, and we are now 10 nave mere- i it look acheerful possible. W and nroof readersin the patent of-
,it shdvtisiuui Dpauw, u'"d si iPsnnH seminaries. j.l nas. more e..i nriUr iiitnrs. i he nhipet , .... : , 1.1.. j. ' - -a i.. i..u
&TOm rrn: over, the
KAlatU utuatn wbkwi ,.,., nf
fl'r,.:rL..11..-,nt .in First, ciasa v ances 01
intent Moresx 1 nac uuuu llu uinuiuiiv
bove; & offer tera lor tbe eext j
rfmnnpv t hftn tey Have ever tory and anil
iuh(pptry. f J birt irnperfecfly understood by the the book by the substitution of mod- inevitably fall to our lot to care for tunities to young men graduating from
ryv(t.,B- Y. dl.ll lRUtHi.. fortyi.sevcn thinslators of King James, I ern WOrds for. some which have be- some one, perhaps some one very dear these institutions of entering the gov-
' "' 7' j. V ' .v..it.nKtroMniT i iI.ai. A'.A ! i-nri? .ha;f 1 1 tlmil l':v.
-LsiucTeVa craoillr. None fall. Terms tree,
f ttlS ioot co Portland, Maine.
Stands at the head!
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P E H J3 10 H S!
THE Board appointed to pass upon ap-
plications for Pensions, under7 An Act oCy
the General Assembly of the State of North
Carolina, ratified the 11th day of, March, .
18S5, will meet in the Court House i& '
Salisbury, on : - . '
Monday The 8th Day of JUSE. ! A
EVERY soldier who lost a leg, an eye or
an arm, or who is now otherwise incapaci-
tated for manual labor by -reason of a ;
wound received while in the discharge of
his duty as a soldier or sailor of Nortlv.
Carolina in the service of the Confederate ' '
States of America, during the war between '
the States : And all widows (remaining
unmarried) of any soldier or sailor who
lost his life while a citizen of this State, "'
and in military service of the State or
(Jontederate States, Provided, such soldier
or widow shall own less than 1 500 worth
,fe . . i . ot property luted for taxation, are entitled
glanced furtively into the store, shook to pensions under said Act. ,
ins neaa ana conunuea up sireei, Applications may oe filed with the Clerk
completely nonplused and evidently of the Superior Court at any time before
deeply disgusted with the queer an- tnc sth ot JUTnf;T8?
tics of his imaginary friend.
JOHN M. 1IORAH. Clerk
SO.-lni. Suocrior CourtT
for working people. Send 10 cents post
tage, and we will mall you v a royal,
valuable sample box of goods that will
put you in the way of maUnsr more mon-
in alew days than you ever thought possible at
anyousines8. Capital not require. You can live at
home ami work in spare time only, or all the tlmtt. AU
of both se.vrefaU ages, grandly successful. 60 cts.
tr d aoaUtf b'l fiiad AOAnlmv That aTI w w a
astmor fnenuSUip, I want work may test&e business, we make this ut
paiaitnqu uuti a. ail m uu ai O UUt well aaUallvU-
ble of writing s.
is freely admitted that co-ine obsolete since the version now to us, during sickness, and if we do not enrment service. In these examina-
in use was prepared, some two bun- know how, or take the trouble to learn tions considerable knowledge otpbys
dred and fifty years ago. It is stated how to take care of the afflicted, we ics, chemistryrand other practical sci-
that the revisers have examined care- will then necome aesponaent. uemg ences is necessary v) success. xusiliuu
.n..7...' r iU lwv.lr triili' nble to dress fashionably, perform on Us examiners in the patent office are
a I i.1 ,1 nnJ linT-nlci o-nrl rliTT-. I n-..mt. fnnrfhf n Hor nrd fivo rorrjirrlfvl SI'S
..rrroolinir PlTlir nt trflllS- tUt? UiailM, UUUIX, icou I owiu .-o
1 f 7" THE LfGnT-ltUXXIXO
The new version is not a good version
in ih nlaeekif a bad one. but a crood
improvement, of a good version.
"The first meeting of the New Tes
tament Company in .Lngland was held
lion voteu tomvue ,inq co-operawoii copies
ULUCJII. V""'!'"" " lailOU, ailU tllal, 111 uiuci ij ii
lune 22d, 1870. On the 7th of July perfect accuracy, they have diligc
bllowiiig tl6 two houses of convoca- compared several of the most an
ion voted tovinvite . the co-operation CQpies in existence. Emphasis
.i ' i i .1 1. J T I . it. 1 L J i. 1. .-...... , I
. . . i . tiTi-h thn hars rrn rn rn in1 siiiu iiiivc i nmnncr infi imsl ii iifr liik iiuvciiiiiitiiL
Iat.on, and that, in order to insure 1 or:";-; bW?op. fnr thP
perfect accuracy they have "t 7 teisticg 0bf a true, noble, high-toned future which they offer. Nearly all
compared several of the most ancient j in for aR the thcse wbo have passed examinations for
copies in existence. Emphasis lias ...,.. t pnr nnd like to: have others fhPse nlaces dunns the last years have
of some American divines, -ana to fjeen ; clVen to the fact that the revis- .n . fuolT nnn miK ftf7i;ffi. short rivpd nmmintments. Charlotte Ob-
t. r:ik- r..- 1 U n r nlmn.i fe'"u I. . 7, , , v ri
Disuop mi pcjwiiiu '." v ers are not uu ui 141 at best but at the same time, we snouia server.
was assigned soon alerwarcls tne uu- evcry section of the i'rotestant wing i Qt fortyet tjiat sometime in the future,
ty of securing this resuK. iney au- 0f t,e christian Church being repre- SQme one wiU have to care for us, tor Qs His Bridal Tour. That is a
thonzed Dt. Angus, wito was coniem- senteJ. Ihat provision was wise, ior it not to be expected that we can re- , i t a reiow on board an
plating: a ' Visit to Aineridato open a creed very. stubbornly held, is lianle maiu young and healthy through our ' j sat off to himself
correspondence .with the Hev. JJr. to afi.ct the impartiality of judges in entire life. We will need the tender! gcemet to be generally sore in his
mind about. something. He present
ed such a very forlorn appearance that
Gratitude. Between man and
man gratitude is one of those gentle
virtues that increase bur fondness for
each other. Gratitude is a short ctt
to sincere and
Some people complain that they have we m send $i to pay for the
1 1 t. I Pull rtnrtJnul;irs. dlrwllons. ft
rInnla llnvo iliovnftvpr had la. Dayabsolutly sure for all who suit atbi
..VA..vMd. -j r delay. Address Stixson & Co., Portland, Shrine
favour done iheni V W hy, every one
of us has had a score of favours done
him every day of his life. Those who
bear it in mind, who say a word of
hearty thanks, who watch a chance
to do a favour in rettiou., never lack
NOV 2T, "81. ly
To plow deep is one of the Eng
lish rules for good farming. If we
had relied more entirely on maxims
Yafllii Mineral Springs Acaieiy.i
PALMERSVILLE, (Stanly Co.) N.O.
C. II. MARTIN, PKINCirAIs
j Graduate of Wake Torest College, and also at
tne university oi Virginia.
7" TurrioM, $3 to $15 per session of S months.
I The only school In hls section that teaches
I the University of Va. methods. Vigorous-ex-
i tensive, inurouzn. 'i ne cneapest scnooi in tne
: U. 8. where these world-renowed methods are.
i; taujnt. uoou uoard only f per month.
igua, nnuuj v.ui.itnj- senieu. xnat iiuviiuu ya iv it is not to oe e
to Amer.ida.-to open a creed very. stubbornly held, is liable mai vounsr ai
with the Kev. Dr. t0 affect the impartiality of judges in entire" life. We will need the tender
Schaff'. ami other American scholars, a matter vitally affecting the basis oi solicitude and care of some one too,
while in tlie united States, in regard t,e creeds. i5ut it is strange tnat u should we grow oia ana amicteu
tothiswofk. In August, 1870, I-. accuracy was the object chiefly desir- I trust the reader will not tninK me some adics 'ol1 dcck thought Uiey
Angus senUetters to various Ameri p.l, no representative of the Roman very dull and stupid tor ngoS,U4 ongUt to inquire what was the matter,
can scholars, in which he -explained aboiichurch was invited to assist, letter, I know it Pnf; Soone-bld lady approached and ask-
the plan If the7English work, and anj 8ti more remarkable that in ably pe nned Jl ed the lonely one why he was so dis-
suggUtedkhc formation of an Anieri- traiting a book, the original ol it. Hoe consolate. "The fact is," said he, "I
carcomm Uee of twelve or eighteen, whcbai writteh in Hebrew by Jew- JJ Tm on m - bridal tourbut I didn't
Aurevoir. Hazel Eyes have enough money to bring my wiic
- with mo." N. O. Times-Democrat.
it is the acknowledged Leader is a
littt tluvt cannbt be disputed.
MY IMITATE IT. :
The Unrest Armed.-
'hej Lightest lltmnin'r.
I -The .Most Beautiful Wood Work
VXD IS W A RRAiTED
ro bc nijtdc of the ljcst -material,
roo auv and alf kinds of work.
' Ti hc crihipTeta ia every rspcct.
Ajrcnts wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO..
: 77,:-i'17 Richmond. Va
to wlijch -i he work of the English re- ish poctsind seers, no invitation was
visers could be submitted for criticism extended to a Jewish scholar, who
nnrl sMo-irrlstions; ' surelv ' miirluV have been expected to
list of the American commit- bave -suncriorxnual.ificalioiis'for th?
y -, , x
tee is as follows . rhilip bciia.lt, u.u., Work.
L. 17. D.,
of American manufacture in farmipg ORGANIZED 1859
it is pretty safe to say. that this would
not be among them. For the great
American staple, Indian cord, deep
plowing is almost always injurious.
The soil can scarcely be too warm for
corn, and shallow plowing. --keeps..
warmth near the surface It dso
keeps an amount of vegetable mold
where corn roots can reach it easily
and early. ,
Selected for the Ladies' Column.
Olive Logan's Advice to Girls.
Raleigh Ncic-Observer : Friday last,
at 2:30, the Exposition building, two tjow-ci-8
nntl timbers of the floors in tho court
yard, were sold at, tho comthonsoi.door.
Among the bidders were T. S. Morgau
and Col.Hngeiro Morchead, of Dui hhm,
nnd Mr. M. T. Leach, of Raleigh. There
worp other bidders from Raleiffh. The
Mr. Lench se-
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
J. KHODL.S BROWNE, 1
Prest . (
fWM. C. CO ART, -1
president ; Geo. E. Day,
secretary; Prof. Wm. H. Qreen,
. D. D., L L. I).,- 1 heologieal semina
ry, Princjeton, N. J.; Prof. Geoge E.
n T) . Divinitv School of Yale
" vt Il-ivPii. t.onn 1 rot.
I t .111 IHU I' . 11 C VW A. j
-m...v7 A AiL-pn Ti. D.. Theolocical
Seniinarjj Princeton, N. J ; Rev. I.
W. Chambers, D. D. Collegiate, Re-
form Dutch Church, iNew lork; rrof.
Thos. J.IConant, D. D., Brooklyn, N
V. Prnfi John DeWitt, Theological
Seminary, New Brunswick, N J Prof
ii ai l. r mw i-M
The Democrat 0ffictfd3uildmg was assistance in v -u, c ""1 ncres in Swain county is rather a sen-
biild i n 2 was fa i rl ri i vely.
ii. i-:: lOO 'I'Iip fund
i . . l i illicit inw i -
A e are sorry to see announcements . f . nuiti,.ise wa8 rai8ed by the trus-
need his m -ortn Carolina oy an muiwuuu. u.
corporation, une man buying ou,iiuv 6t.ock.
Twent7-sixth Annual Statement
JANCABT 1k 18S5.
. . . :, , . fVp nrr hasp of laife tracts of land i tecs appointed at the recent meeting of cash Capital . '. $300,00000'
A woman s safeguard is to Keep a 1 ,, " j;v:4nni ora I the stockholders. The sura real i zed is Unadjusted Losses ,oto 00
man's hands off her. Ifyou need his TVZ" m om I RboVl 18 ler ceut' ou lUo out6lauDS K Mffiiie..
Net Surylu, , 255,iej It
i ih ,ppp. will do iust what the women
lartftj irot;i a tcao ini 1 , .... 1 n .
s . - , ; .1 I i. j foTi will nnt do to trust. Give
sarv repairs couia De mnue tu tuc um-
falcbv KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN Geo. E Hare, D. D., mL. U., ir
SC:iyJt; . Salisbury, N. C. ty School, Phila. ; Prof. Charles P
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iKrauth.iD. D.V L. L.V., vice-provost
oMhe University ot I'enuspvania,
Pl,;ia. ? Prof. Taylor Lewis, L. L. D.,
Union School, Schenectady, N. Y. ;
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"vTHEN YOU "WANT!
AT LOW FIGURES
fi on thcThaaersigned at NO. 2, Granite
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; Ajaat ffliy tho CardwellThresher.
urY N.C, Juue 8th tf.
Notice to Creditors !
-ate of Dayiel Chambers, deceased, are
riy notiti(l tv .vtiiu;f i z a a 4
llvi . r" v. vAiuinv laic? pfiiiii. ur iiiv
IWlLor this notice will be pleaded
;i55(flf tloir recovery. 'This Apiil 1st,
JOSEni 110RAIT, Aura r.
Ram;nnrv. Alexandria, Va.., rrot,
Ellis Btbwe,. D. D., Hartford Conn ;
Prof. Jimes Strong; S. 1. P.ilheolo-RpLninarv.-Madison,
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Rev. U V Ji va .luiv,
Theological Seminary, lieyrutt, oyria.
t Uro-r nortion of -the suggestions
oif the American committee were adop
ts! aniembodieil in the revised ver
sion, ilany others, not adopted in
.1..:. J.n words; were; inserteI in a
.i;fipH f.irm. which satisfactorily ex
pressed the American views. The
oorlTthG revised version will dis-
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J the aiiDendix only a sma
the result of the work of the
Ariiin rnmmittee.7lThese results
are fajuhd everywhere throughout the
book.iM . , :
T llA noetical- books 'sheol re
wlacei flieU' which has been changed
au-uo ""V J I. .,, , t3 Mon
3 ol P!' ? WOTk "lr," S A:7 T: W Unians to become "hewer, of wood and
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long for many native North Caro-
0 Income uhewers of wood and
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drawers of water to toreigners. c nar.
1 . .. :nj v.;, Democrat
id side wall; and, fact, the printers a man jour arm ana you
-.....!. a u;i,i;t,V vpof conUdentiai, anu ue win - ,, .1Q ti,r fnr.;ni...
were unwilling 10 worii. iu rti,i rvf Macon, ua., maj jo.
for the first three or four days after the great many privileges he wo aid not explosion occun.ed lcre early this
. . - ., . j: inlrp if he was not permitted to do so. Whil atartine up tho cn-
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MPkl I lll.l.IIJII II. . iv... r - I . . 1 w
think 01 iu-, tillonjIr ti,js iace today, enroute lor the
at rate it will not Yadkin Valley R. R. The parties sen
tenced nt our Irtst court acconipanien
them thither (together with tho guard
of course.) Their appearance on our
streets caused quite a stir aud a large
crowd collected to see them off. They
will be stationed at Muddy Creek stock
SCHEDULE OF ASSETeS :
Cash in National Bank 7,904 M
Cash in bands of Agents . , 11,993 29
United States Registered Bonds. . .
State and Municipal Bonds
National XianK Slocks
Cotton Manufacturing shocks .... .
Other Local Stocks . . .
-I 19 .81 IS
. 179,800 00
. (1,097 94
. 158,400 CO
. 114,735 00
ade until quarters can be provided tor KeaiE3tate (unincumbered cltf property) 97497 IT
He will give your arm many loving sly
the cotton mill
of the Bibb
m, ... L f nub rh a he will owe your unu mj i-b-; nne at
inereiific.ua c r- . . , : a.i i 1 1,0, to I ". r ...
. 11 X Cirt1lO07PSl Tlllli, IltrT I.UUIU UdlV I I 11 tlllTrilM Ilrlllt' I Ulll Willi V.
whole sheet thisweek Xpo of do ng, and opportani- p.d. wi.ing -F,.nk Gibs
"Sthiheisafter. Afewmore ,g.r. and .H . "f
cuseusiuiua,,w. ' . jTw:iiic TTn Wesley Johnson, who wju .r,
them at , Mt. Any, where they, will; ue
carried to couinsence work on that end of
the road. Twin City Daily.
Loans, secured by first mortgages .
J. ALLEN BEOWN, Agt.
Salisbury, N. C, Marcb 6. 18S5. .
The brick engine
iey win ex
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narv Circumstances. " ., , . 1 i I innns three ouiers. xx n
- Inui aLuiMano r.i nnWerimr Your girls oil. tlie street, except wucn - w,ocked but the main building
A US LllUUiiii'Jii'' o- I - ..- . . m 1. ii Zl. 1 iiv"-
life and property which indced the dig- theyhave Mmness
idlnr lmt withma small unnecessary to go to the postoince every
liiiiti vi- v -r - . ... .. ,1 L l. V.,-. mr : Pnn crn
..t -r A 'oH,tnrr ini d- time tnev iro ouu i"i o"- o-
SOMETHING NEW !
f5" LAMP CHIMNEYS
that will not break by heat, ttr sale at
space 01 ur-iyicii. k nl:i . w as well as your boys.
I il . . . .-,rmrra TnW UK lira 1 lllim- . v. .
ing, tor ine u. - - . n ... y . into their very nature
wider cellar, caused an me .uu Hthey are safer in their own hands
and loss which has occurred. , ... ' in the nands of any man
The repairs to the Democrat Ohice reacherslnot excepted.
building will soon be completed, and Dr. -
McAden will erect a new building as Y1V i3 a Whisper forbidden in polite
; A ... in n.,xa r-W Roansp it isn t aloud.
sooa as possible, ana tneii me vjuui m sucicj v-
be! as.ked to say what amount ot aama- An oW mai(j jjeepj a parrot wmcn
ecs shall be paid by those .vho had the lwear8 aI1d almonkey which chews to-
cellar dng.-q. t oT
' I We are pleased to see 1 that the N. C when a yonng man walks with a girl
State Educational yBoardlhaS; had the a3 though he W afraid some one would
.Ul to adont Webster's Diction- see him, the gin .is i
. , 1 , i i - ,. xi,. .u-c rlosei to her as to nearly crowd
ary as one of the scnooi ooo i- fenCe, she some one
State, ttet the old fogies stand aside j , . . 7 . .
escaped injury. The damage to maenm-
1 ia ocrim:ifpd At
ery anu eugmo uwu -
The boiler had been inspected recently
and was pronounced all right, bnt was
evidently defective. Ons hundred ard
fifteen peisous are thrown out oi employ
ment. Blooinington, Intl., May 17. Chcsley
Chambers, charged with the robbery of
the express safe on the Louisville, New
Albany and Chicago railway on the night
of April 29, ami the dangerous wounding
of Davis and Webber, was again placed
in jail this afternoon. A seach warrant
revealed the preseucc of $ 1 40 i n Chamber's
rnnk. and tho bills bore marks made by
the passage of the express needle. These
All colors von
New Organs, May 18.-Justice Ppche
read a lengthy opinion in the Ford Case,
iu which every exception presented by
the defence was overruled, and the judg
ment of the lower court affirmed. The
lower couit seutenced Pat Ford j and
Murphy to be hanged, and Judge ford,
Caulfied and Buckly to tweuty year im
prisonment at hard labor. 1
According to Secretary McCullpch's
annual report to Congress there will; be a
r.ii:ffiAf tlm rrnvprimieut lerenues
ZCo enrn-t TeaV,edio Ja.y JW.of TO THE LADIES?
$17,500,000 ; rendering an ccouoniicjd ad
ministration imperative. I
On a recent trial a cedar log 20 GIVEN AWAY !
leet long was taken to a Califruia Uijggg QBNTJIUE Garden SeedsH
match lactory ana in exactly piu-
DON'T FORGET to call for Scedf of
all kinds at " i ' " ' ENNISSV
Call and see the Flower Pots at
ntes was sawed, split, glued, dipped iZS2&
u sulphak labeled, ande majches be iW
boxed reaay ior suipmciu. ., - j .
Cleveland is not hafd of
Persons bavins One Dollar's worth -of
sny Kinu wU'.
AtXENNISS' Drng& Seed Store.
hoirinsr, tint when anybody asks? hij
ing known to his bondsmen, I who his first assistant postmasteren
odeTed Chambers to the- eral i?, he says J'Har'JfeT giant
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MY CHILDREN DO. NOT THRIVE. 7
They have nch a changeable color .It:
now occurs io me that worms are-thecaufe:
of all this tribuble. I jvtlt try Shrinfx rlfir
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