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.. Virr THIRD! SJSKUSS . j . : . i 8ALISBUB.Y; N. U., JUIIE 25 1885.K j : , . ; ; - J
rj'"" 7 DID TOU h'atp. i fifton TiHEt - v Ha w'fi's 1nAlr!n' for : olher ikinerals comes' tb.lic writteri, will tell ,uo such 1 'irriidis is tdiieitni:u- jivka;.-!---.': J -hi?
DID TOU II AYE X GOOD TIMET
i Hewas looking for other minerals, coraes to
wnen ne louna some or inese ncn green woiy.
mm w k i 1 1 u . i j v t- i v . m.i ,
Bi ; i v , ht- t - xms quesuon nas Deen asReu me su crystals, ana sending inem M) ,a Bcien- ;ine ioriurrn imw m aiwaji bu
f lTltin r'l VVtlTPP ' en s"icerdj return from New Or-tistJ they were tliose of the 8iuth at the
lOlllj llll A I 111 Ui leans that I am constrained to give my ed so rare as to deserve a distinguishing Wilderness, during the Seven - "Days
ir ' - r friends a little taste s ot ijusttheland;-'iame;'he called
aNI PEUMANENT CURE of a good j time I had, and allow the , Whyil that is very intersting--I w.en they came ilito conflict, atit is
if1 ,. generou reader to'.'saV. if litiras a. good :.did'ndi!KnowN6rth'Car6lina produced : ii.l nlAasure f iiielNonuern war h!a.
pyj?2pua aid Indlitipn. men not jn ; ".tory excedinglyisctfHUtable to the
.t r,v W. W. c;ilD(50nY, ! quarters, at the head of the exhibit I "Yes." ! ... .i.TJ.W W i,a
r teit C. : was most 'always toA be; found in the r Bv.this time I was beednnintr to feel -1.. . ..J:iJi W r,j..
. - m . r . . - fii inpir 11:11 rim isiii i.ui it i.t a biui a
1 large mineral lyiRion, which ws a ve-;tireand ann, my moutlrwas t:cai anlf ai,ritrl!to that the po-:
ry attractive mace assure jou as we rearury, Dut mere was no escape vyip- , rfh Wts 1oub -t)at
n myi iace 1 0 . -u f ..
J7 rMociwith hom the sme.- Voahare more Sn;nee
mVgk: the conTemiiona, walk' tfii Voui think. Tate Wffli
We,HpTe compb-Vadvicef nnd schW good LS
"v-"" vj. vu micueciuai aavance- vou can be
uicufc ix propeny airectea. We should
N. C, Nr, 29. 1884.
. riiiiiriil't' '! tu're'VV Cfi'tlfV :tn4 mnnvr vinh nn -rxtt-a an' 1 h'aa fTtAVOT Utin avCwi4Cv fwvmnivl
h . U ieo-utly. us, yonr Dy.pei.tic part o my duty was to explain thce stSod resiiel f or what was to follow. was j,omogene.
Lm,Vt ,:Lt Vm:ht n! n,y8elf i ml? U JhtUvJ foundll WUU9 lar Jllnw tone?'v:- ous while that of the Smtli was part
t r . il
Iv rwiiiiiueuu ir t inner.
; ! H. P. Waking,
jileiuin r C Legislature,
Charlotte,. N. C.
A I'ttfovoot oUt. IT c-rViiViit I T'VvnM u nfKf free and part Iave; tnat the Hortli
imuress on him the Advantages that 'the labels. Great care had been taken was united wtfilej A her Bot.tli oT-Hm
North" Carolina- offered to'Mntelligent J to hive every thihg labeled' m
labor. and capital. This was eryren elaltoate manner, and infa lare, lldii1tot-ysolilier
.' t-A-Zi rlr aenAAinllv TOhon TOU ihonH ' Shn oumw1 r tnl'O'lIrt 'ITltoTOSr at urinv fl In tlltlSA'Ot IIIO &OU111.1 A
I..i. wril (1 leantt re w;ivttu.iiei Trvjxa., wiA.umiM j-' ; iuuu. v 01.111 v vunv --- . .......
had an interested intelligent listener . m tne laDeis, so l leaned over tne snow i tie wnoie nuinoer 01 irnup in me
who was enquiring ior a purpose, uui case and oegan reading vtne iauei ior ieaerjii army may De omciauy accu
the great mass of visitors were mere en- her: " rately st:tetl at 12,500,000. It is put
riosity hunters people who were look-1 "The large yellow stone is 4the Hen- down iy official authority as greater
D A. JENKINS, lng tor sometmng to amuse mem ana anCKS gem. . . than this.
N. C. State Treasurer, t from that class 1 snail draw out a sm-
W'i1'' tl.e whieAf your
Ji- .HcVerfull? recommend U to any one
be thankful for the infinite means fpr
impressions and excitement which the
world provides to keep our faculties
Did jyou.e ver hive a period in .(your
awafe and in action, while it is bur im. 1 VPU 83 no one winted
1 1 nau - that experience for two
and it nearly broke my heart. I
Iutemperance In Cats.
r sie hy J IT McAHen nd T O Smith & The da v was" warm, excessiv
"?hilotte, Si C, and T. F. Klutti & Co-, f that vast building where there
v ( ' 49: ly jtically no ventilation, and I
i -. i : I mrraH in q irrn n m n rr thn crr 1 rt
STCDfilUKEll asd TENNESSEE. .
FARM WAG UN or
LBUS, Wateutown & Cincinnati
Biggies & Spring Wagons.
arain and Guano Drills.
tkcm'as HAY RAKES.
i 4 Averi'b Ui'Jini- and Walking
Telegraph! Straw Cutters, .
r Avery and Dixie PLOWS,
Dbxtor corn bx.
i Engines and Boilers,
SAWIAHD GRIST HILLS,
,in', Engine and Boilvr Fittings Guns,
!.n! Shells. Cart fidiics. Wads and Caps.
Pbwder ami ShotDynamite Fuseaad Pri-siers-ix
Shovela and Spades, Buildipg
Hir.karci lainti. Oils aiul Yanuslies,
iOMErRAlSED CLOYitn ottu.
m ererytUtiW elseiusually kapt in Flt-st Class
brlwre and Implement Stores. I liave on hand
iha stock pf the above. & offer them for the next
etfiyda.s, for less money than they have ever
teiwlJ in tuis country. ...
ikryjoct 23, V. SffllTHDEAL.
i crle sample.
The day was warm, excessively so in
' ii ii - i
gaged in arranging, the goia nuggets
and gems in show cases, trying to pro
duce pleasing effects. A voice near says:
"Where are the gems?"
I look up and bow to a stylishly
dressed lady of (Well rounded propor
tions; in fact, she might be considered
stout, by some--a mere matter of taste,
you know and replied:
" "I am just removing them from the
safe, they will be ready for inspection
in a moment:? .
"They tell ine you have some very
large diamonds here, I wish to see
No, we have no diamonds on exhi
bition, though our State has produced
some very pretty: diamonds."
"What State is yours?" ' -
"North Carolina." ;
"Tell me, please, what is that curious
looking stone with red hair in it?"
"That is Venus hair, or arrows of love
stone; the mineral name is sagenite."
"Where is that from?'!
"Several localities Iredell and Alex
ander counties, produce choice speci
mens' "Are those counties in North Car
"It's real curious, isn't it?"
"What are those long, green glass
"Those are emeralds."
"What! do you mean real emeralds?"
"Yes, they are -real emeralds, and I
am proud to say that our State furnish
es the finest specimens found in this
- "Are they from North Carolina?"
"Yes, everything in this collection is
from North Carolina.- -
"Do tell me what they are made of?
"They are not manufactured they
are real crystals.
"It can't be that they are real emer
alds, because emeralds are more valua-
blethan diamonds; I know, hecause my
sister Jane, who married last fall, had
a little bit of an emerald which cost
forty-five dollars. Those are too large
to. be real emeralds.
"They are real emeralds, and while
they are fine, specimens, they are not
suitable tor cutting gems, rertectiy
pure emeralds are both rare and valuable
You will observe that those have feath
ery flaws, and also that the crystal has
- 1 i i "1
at very snort intervals, cleavage marKs
llll! more money than at anything else by taktrfg
1 11 au asrericy for the best selling book out. Be
eaerjsuciteed granair. None fall. Terms free. -m)u
Uallett Uuok oo Portland,' Mala.
Sor.SV&l.-ly . i
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
tiartant dnfv fn
the action fn s. nnblA m1 ;,'n mdi l V
Nature, the master teacherreveals Wa mblthought
no lessons of idleness, butppeals to Us i P ted me. : I was a stran-
all to "V nn a Ant. :t i f a strange city .locsr ir
. woiua .do t 'Jt r H Ii -
-Ljrciiw xxuiii ijiHi- r uu
ly a gruff answerNo, sir.7 No. one
wtM mer It seemed as if the Son
of God "must have had something of
that feeling when he was down here ;
no one Granted him. The world did
not want him ; it put him to death.
"His locks were wet with the dews of
night" He looked toward heaven and
sighed. He saw sickness and disase and
death all around him, and no one want
ed him, so he looked toward home. I
can imagine he was home-sick. ) There
he was loved by all. Won't yqu have
Won't yqu do a.4
I 1 i ! I .. . .. . I rVlnrrnnH MnUk.J L. J.
respeetea ior uiainy cannor. xi is no other dav on the charge of habitual LttI ' aww -UAUA U wu receive im into
"I presume it was a fancy of the disgrace to be beaten by brave men, and disorderly cat keeping was a mel-1 ?our an4 home Moody.
nor wouiu oe any reuran'ii un I u..i i nL. """"
Northern valurjto admit that it matle . J . e, - , . Xowed by a Soa Monster.
. ! i I -.r i i temperance m cats, one confessed that .
ticonr2tiiMiir tut m lv-rs anil itK ni:illl tiild I " w-vu .nv -
uovuioui.vi . 111,.... . .... ,1 rwtt m. .... . . - ..
advantages to attain its ultimate ends, SDe habitually kept eighteen cats and iic inruiing Adventure of borne Fish
roc.lfc n,,t hn ilpiihinxl pxrpiit in con- their kittens in her rooms, and her atv ermen in a If rail Lanoe.
nection with the great loss of life and pearance showed that she was wholly
nrotiprtv pnfailiid. : A trilthftll IlisLo AM
r- " .. r - Tl....,l ' A 1 1 .1 i
xuucuipciaiiwc mw i3 xcuiiuiiie !,... five hum red v:ir s from i I.p
vice, and it is very seldom that a man h)oatj .-a shark. I bhoiild guess it Was at
becomes addicted to it. 'Ihe Countess least sixty loot. It didn't seem to no
We have known instances where
young ladies have made us feel a sense
of discomfort and annoyance at their
Yes, I see, but what is it?" - Our forces were wut down at 600.- disDlav of an unbecoming fnndnp for
i conimuea reaains: -tuts i"ot fMiO hi KPrv et duritiir the who e war. af k ii,rtWV i .
nmeito ntntio frnw?' "it 19 ft mnai -. i i . ... V bv' vvr
r-"' ."rrr" - .it.: it mav nave neen larirer. uui nm ua ut.a i
Where was it found?'' rL .i.L .i. 5,tu UUm WUuig m wve mm
Still reading-found in!8J9 in Burke L , !. " Z . : , J cats, we copy the following horrible
county,N.C. . .... . .,tlM;n than :i Ah picture from the New York Times as a
Usee the New York exhibit has the 7"-V" ' :"'2 r," ... hint aWt aVnlcrar n,
ni i j - m j. nese son oil crjuiroveaics uic uu- i -o o
vieveiuxiu kcixi. . . , , ... . l,k;.
. i i . s ' iiaa aiiiw na i i iiiiliiiiii a,. a. a - .
I es. y ' !''.',--- - j o I -1 U" il X?' o
WlVw .nllwl tP RprtalripV to utTsettle our bpipn of men we had "The woman who was arrested the r reJecte(l JV.mg r
respected for manly candor. It is no
ATTNG bousht ont the tJrfy
partwent of J. I McNeeiyr! intend
conducting a FiTft Class
Mt Hock will ronsiist oflTGAiT.C(lTrFt,pi
uapav turn vt.vi, ,. . nutWff'-tA
Butter. Ciru-L.nrt x,n a
ine umccry aful Prov,siu ir,,
close nttemiou to bnsinofis nnA tun t.
for cash. I houe to inrit t i.v
' . . w w iih,il fm inn lIIU
of the trade. Come and see mavt J TrtfiJ
J. "M. JUDEX. 1
J. S. McOUBBINS, Sr.,
"Mr. Hidden." .
"Whenulid he get it?"
. "Found ibin Burke county in 1879."
" "It is sad that the Cleveland gem
was offered to Mr. Cleveland and he de
clined it. Was this ever offered to Mr.
"I think not."
"Will it be?"
"Not that I know of."
"Don.t you think he would take it?"
"I do not know."
"We werefishing near the Scyclielle
ry of the war Will bring discredit up
on neither Southern nor Norrhern
courage. An nueaudid one will go
fr to harm th) personal character of
htm who writes it.- Asheville Citizen.
Shakespeare Versus Hash.
Delia Torre, who is frequently brought tice uh, but kept right along, and fin
before the London police courts, some- a,,y the old canoe ran right alongside,
times keeps as many as sixty or seventy
Thpn whv is it called the Hendricks
gem? "i tell you, sir, " said an eloquent " um uiucu iuiui, um
"I m sure I do not know unless it is boarder, referrintri to Shakespeare, are trom time to time mentioned m the
a wild freak of the half crazed owner." , tlitit man Ikis his impress noon Enrliah nolice renorts. In some of these
the thought of the. world, and his in- cases the thirst for cats is probably in-
herited, and in others intemperance in
J i I aoto la rlna ta iviai.iI wao Iryi acq nnH o K
nueuce ,oi uisigeiuus we no longer . . TT , ,
rrravel n the dust. ! thinking only of wuce OA 8eroi- usuany, nowever,
"0. is he crazy?
"No, but he has gone home to rest. flOI.f.A ...jn rfti tn tlm rpmniPt nna
tt: l i - .I iv. i . 1:1 T i : ' ry-
rie expiainea mese minerals uuui ne t-ttr ilon we M,iA,i,JAr t ip m
was taken sick. .
"Do you find this climate trying?'
"Yes. very. 1 suffer erreatlv wiping ? , , . j. ' , . i t it. ; muorv w; ilrawg wnmon i a qf
, y i s . ; - L i ureaa anu uuiier, out we - 01131-""" v
tneoeattS 01 perspiration irom my iace . , I, ',, !in,i i,p f.ll Thev seek in th soeietv of t W AtC
. j illiTII lilt l IIIIIV V "Mvj9 w wa I y - - J
all this jewelry is from ' Vr a cna'r 'M u18 n,a" haste to get moralizing animals forgetfulness of the
ina?'V j ut the provender, and at the next miseries of daily life and a temporary
moment ne was eating sjup at me excitement, the subsidence of which
rate 01 a quart a miuuie. uacao a f am afill Attt r m- v
"Weil, if I find sister Jane, it's like
looking for a needle in a hay stack, to
find anybody here 4 11 bring her by
this I evening, I know : she will be
glad I to have you tell her-about these
thiners. Good morning."
Don't Whine, Bo j's.
Don't be whining about not hav
ing a fair chance. Throw a seiisible
man out of a window, and he'll fall
on l.ts feet, and ask the nearest way
to his work. The more-you have to
!egii with, the less you will have in
the end. Money you earn your.elf is
much.. brighter than any ou get out
of dead men's bags. A scant break-
these reduce th value of the specimens
TbtHUthcaf'knftiipdwfi T.PAder Ts a because trems cannot be made from
fUctiliateaiiiiM l.tTdianuted. flawed stories. That loncst one is
llXY nilT TT worth four hundred dollars as a cabinet
i M ( VT v K n TT A T . T T specimen. -
(rm i "Is that all? I am sure it can t be
Li,htvst Rutan'i.K.- " real for that pnee. 'I his one m the
J. .Tbe Most Beautiful Wood Work, ring looks better it s about the size ot
sister Jane s her s is very pretty. x
"The stone set in the ring- is not an
emerald; itis the new xgem hiddenite,
and is worth two hundred and twenty
five dollars." v
. But it is green, it looks like emerald
and it must be emerald. I never heard
of hiddenite, where is it from?"
"Hiddenite is an entirely new gem,
iound only in North Carolina, and in
only one county Alexander and is
entuely different from the emerald.'
"Well, that is stranger! never heard
of it before. You sayit is from North
uWhat is the difference between em
erald and hiddenite?"
"They differ in almost every particu
lar: in crvstaline form and in their ba
sic elements." . -."What
does that mean ?"
"It 'means &at one is a. hexagonal
prysm and the other monoclinic in crys-
taline form, and that one, the emeraju,
has glucina as a basiclement while the
hiddenite has lithia."
t4T don't understand vet. they are both
A'D IS WARRANTED
i ' l -"'I ' ..X !
Itiado nf thr Knot mofprlnl
m -w, . v v. a tut v v.
fo ao auy and all kinds of work.
Tu 'e jjoniplete ijn every respect.
?enu wauted in iuuoccupied territory.
toSWTic SEWING MACHINE CO.,
p , i uiciimona,-va.
KLUfTZ & RENDLEMAN
Salisbury, N. C.
fast ifl te tnorniiig of life whets the
appetite for feast later in the-day.
lie who has tasted a sour apple will
have ilie more relish for a sweet one.
Youripresent want will make future
prosperity all the sweeter. Eighteen
pence; has. -set up many; a peddler in
business, and he has turned it over
until he has kept his carriage. As
for the place voti are cast in, don't
find fatilt with that; you need nbt be
a horse because you were, born-111 a
stable. If a bull tossed a man of
mettle, sk -high, he would dropdown
in a good place. A ban!-working
young; man witn ins : wits aooui mm
will utake money while others will
do nothing but lose it.
1 Good Test.
"In my opinion, animals are color
"I don't believe it."
"I do. I have been trying some
experiments which convinced me that
none ot our domestic animals can dis
.: :-i.-i..- h -
The passion for cats, whatever may
be its origin in any individual case, is
the sure ruin of the wretched woman
who yields to it. Under the fatal fas
cination of cats she loses all interest in
high and noble things. She neglects hissing rope. -Iv'e been foul of some
her proper occupation and forgets her lively old whales in my tune, but it
friends. She cares for nothintr but to wasu t nothing to th.s. 1 be line lair-
shut herself up in her room and there ,v, l).,1ed tu,,es and hissed and smok-
and haulitig off the man let him have
belli nil the side tins, and at
the same minute the men dusr their
paddles into the water and away the
canoe went, and I tell you, my boy, it
wasjut 111 tune to save my bacon, as
the moment the iron struck, the Hsli
seetneu to rise nue a uig island rignl
into the air. I never siw sm h a sight
and when it came down you'd have
thought the bottom hud fallen out of
the ocean hum the whirlpool it made
and a -"Wave-struck us that would have
knocked an American boat all; to
pieces, but as it was we seemed for a
moment to shoot into the a 1 r, Jell
back with a crash, and then canie the
yell of the man for the rest to look
out for- line; but in the confusion it
took alurn about a paddle and jerk
ed it and the man overboard quicker
than lean think of it, and talk about
Will continue the business at the 0M
Stand,! having clostd out all the oh! stock.
His present etock is Entirely New, And will
he offered on reasonable, terms for Cash,
Barter, or first class'ilortsagca. 4
Those who could not pay all their n)(irt
gaeslast year may renew, if papers ire
satisfactory and appliance is made at 'once:
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF '
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots'!
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Coi-
fectioncris, Crockery, Dru-rs, Bacon, Lard.
Corn, Flour. Feed and Provisions of fall
kinds, with a lull line of
High Grade Fertilizers
as cheap as the cheapest. You will ?do
well to see him before purchasing else-'
j Salisbury, April 1st, 18S5. 25:tf . : ;
. Notice to Settle i
All persons indebted to the estate of jfrs.
Julia L. Smyth, dtceuscd, arc requested; to
make immediate settlement ; and alt jter-
sons hAvingclaimsjtgainst her estate are
notified that they must present them to tho
undersigned on .or before the52nd of'Aoril,
ISSb, or this notice will be plead in bar of
their recovery. v i
ROBERT MURPHY, V
Ex'i s of Julia Sin vtli'
April 21st, 1885: 0v -7 i
"'Try another, and you'll change 1 indulge in reckless and prolonged in-
your mind. I
"Robe yourself in a red shawl und
walk through a! field where a bull is
grazing. Chicago Ledger.
temperance in cats. At a later
in her career she loses all sense of shame,
and does not hesitate to show herself
surrounded by cats. She reduces her-
ed like a steam engine, we a-pulliug
after it as fast as we could, and it was
a good thing we did, as in a few sec
onds the fish had taken all the slack,
and there came a jerk that sent every
man to the bottom of the boat and 1
The Way j with Her. Miss her money on cats, and if she escapes
Miggs I hope, my dear, that you imprisonment as a disorderly cat keeper
doll t tro to theltheatie alone. Rhp is final! v found dend in the midst
coif fr. aV.iMf TwiroT-fTr htr fimmnrharini I nearly overboard, and 1 thought the
DianKS nau ueen torn twean out, 01
ou't go to the hheutre alone.
Estelle No.tindeetl. I nev
of iroinsr unless I
of her cats. The possibility of such
II Ullil UCI llCt. I , 11" 1 J 1 Jl "1 J. J L
I I rlaianHntiAn nAiill hovHIn rnll rf rl rT
Miss MiirsstUnless you are what? b .
- vvTtw i --
WHEN YOU WT3
VU On t1.;-j . ' ' -
8iw.Ji:" u" ue rs,SHd at NO. 2, Granite
U. A. Al WiSLU
doable W royal.
PUtyouin ,TTL,i01 ?oW tbat wlU
to tewdaytsthiTn:." Wl taxing more mon-
rftfllllro VriM Jli
a- - . -I' WT VV3
iS.WhtfM'iL?!.8ltt.-- Ttoat all who
to wwto?f?.Ve "ot well satlsaed
"The rich crreen color in each is due
to the presence of the oxide of chromi
um that much they have m common."
"Then I can't see why one is called
emerald and the other hiddenite, they
have the same color!" . ! ,
uThe emerald belongs to the family
of beryls, while the hiddenite is a varei
tv of sDodutflene. and is called hidden
ite after the . gentleman who. first
i i i i . ...... i
brought it into prominence.
44 Who was he?M '
; wMr.-Hidden." .
:"How did he first find it?
Miss Miggs-4 That's the way with
me. I ulwnysllike to have a chap
arouud. Drake 8 Magazine.
Who loves his work, and knows how to
spare i - - -
May live and flourish anywhere.
As to a little trouble,' who expects
to find cherries without stones or ros
es without thorns? W ho would win
must learn-to bear. Idleness lies in
bed sick with. the mulligrubs, wierc
industry fitnU health and wealth.
The dog in the kennel barks at fleas,
the hutnling dog does not eveu know
t hat tlley are there.! Laziness Waits
till the fiver is dry, and never gets
to market; 'Trv"swims it and makes
all the trade. "Can't do it" would
not eat the bread cut for him, but
"Try"l maNde meat out of mushrooms.
John flovghman' 8 Talks.
The Wilmington Star comments
with hist severity upou-a recent arti
cle in the Century contributions to the
history of the war between theotates.
The leadintr idea - is. to demonstrate
that in all the battles the Southern
fo'rees always outnutnbered theii op
ponents; and that victory, Under all
t lie adverse conditions-, inclined to the
Northern army. Vc confess surprise
that a man like Gen. jMcCIellan, al-
wavs csteeme! - fair and truthful,
6hnuldihave represented 'the, Seven
A rich Georgia land owner sent for
a neighbvr and proposed that if he
wouldsupporthim wnile alive, furnish
him .medical attendance, and bury
him decently, he would make him a
deed to bis laud. ihe trade was
closed, the papers drawn, and a doc
tor at once seut jtor. I he resttlt was
that the fortunate1 neighbor of the
"At first her bow went under, and
: a a. t J .
when the man c imbed att she was
half full of water and going along at
... .ii..- f
a rate that almost lore me uuuons ou
your coat trom the Inchon. It was
a luckv thinir tor us that there was
no sea on, or we should have
, , i i . in no tune but as it was, we got her
leave no means untried to promote to- . . . . j r '
. , , .. - i it. "eid up in the air, and oil v.e went,
tai aosuuence irom cuis among wiuae asui,lg 0 favors of anyone. We head
Of the weaker Sex." e.l rltrhf nut to sen. a matter of four
miles, and then it changed again and
A Talk With the Girls. struck inshore, and when about a
mile otf the beach we took in the
any woman rrom indulging m cats
were it placed fairly before her, and it
is the duty of philanthropic women to
Mineral SpriQis Acinf,
i KAUIVIERSVILl,E,tanlrCo.) H.C.
1 ' C. II. MAUT1N. Fhincipal.
! Graduate of Wake Forest College, and also at !
j tae University ol VlrjftnU. i j
-BP'iriTios, $5 to si 5 per session of shiontHai. j
- The onlyscliool la thbspctioa that teacKes;
the Lolverslty of Va. methods. Vigorous ex-i
Iteaslre. Lhtironh. Thpciipnoovt uinvr.i i.. timi
! where ti-'se world-reDoweiOaf-ihoda are it
Uu jat . Oooi tfoiird only $6 per month. j
! y Address, v 11. Makti.v, Prin. i
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
HnOD.S BIlOW.E, I fVM
Twrentj-sixth Annual Statement,
Jakcakt 1, lSi.
Reserve for l.e-lnsurance and ill other
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS:
Cash la National Bank J 7.91 W
Come, girls, let me tell you some- slack, so we got a lance into him, and j cash lanaoJa oi Agents .umo
thing. You all look so nice m your
pretty home dresses, with your busy
n from omnlnrd in tn ncf wnrL" ' Rnt
UU.kWAa3 CUllaUlU . LA. laUAV 1 VVV.U. M a.
rich man was hi possession of his es- some day a change will come in your
fa.r Tiwiy sure to ,T m. w:uiirev' immense
lb SmKtllUot?tatonce. Don't
1 I "'i-rly ' f- rtUnd, Maine-. -
Pays Fight before Richmond as a se
ries of iFederal vfctorjek against : su-
iieiior ;nu tubers. History,-
i ' - ' ' "-"II,'
tate within a Week; 'Doctors are in
dispensable in some emergencies.
"He ruined h'imself fully and for
ever ly the way; he rebuked a mother
tbrher child's drying," said a country
pastor, in telling of a complete fail
ure of a proiniueut miuUter who had
come to help hid in a protracted
meeting. Or.e ought never to show the
least worry, even! though a dozen
babies may be crying. If the preach
er is calm and serene and shows that
he is not worried,! he can. hold his
coutrrezation ; but to turn upon the
poor distresed mother with savage'
thrust is a crime which country peo
ple will be slow to Ibrgive. lu the
present slate of ju flairs in the country,
mothers must often take their chil
dren with themjor remain at home.
Religious Heratd. .
"We encourage the interchange of
visits with patrons of other resorts,"
said the proprietor bf a leading hotel.
"When our people are an ay for the
day they pay
don't have, atid
return the call
way of living. You will goto make
another home, and when that time
comes you will not forget the home high and dry.
. rw :
1 let Him have lour or Dve OUIieiS United States Registered Donds.
about the head, and, to make a long state aud Municipal Bonds
i . r. ii ..... , : National Bank Stocks ...
story short, after a flurry that bejit j MauufiCtu:1ng 6tocfcs ...
auvthing I ever saw, the shark gave other Local stocks...
up and rolled over, and we got lines Keal E3tate (uaiacumbered city properU)
on, and after an hour's hard pulling Loans, secured br nm mortgagw ......... 60,i?i si
got it around, aud at ebb tide it was
. ... r .fi
I 19.6IC SJ
. 179.S00 00
, 51,(1 M T
. 132,400 00
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"Talk about fish it looked more
like a big whale than anything I ever
saw. It was auout iweive iooi uigu
and about-seventy foot long. Tlije
moutlvnvasn't on the underside, and
itJind teeth hartllv larger lhau a cod-
'i. i . .i . .. :
when - it
ners they do havej
M - V.I I l
ior the dinner?, they
when their frieuds
they pay for the din-
and friends of your girlhood. They
will ever be fresh in your memory
Faces will come to you in your day
dreams that are ever young. Your
thoughts will go back todays spent
without care. Yes, when you have- g8j, anj jp ns throat a curious whal
been married a few vea'rs you wilLwon- hnne like ai raniremei.t. I believe
der how mother kept the buttons on, they call 'em 'gill-rakers,' but they
holes darned and Datchedl and was so were used just about as a whale uses
mall food is taken into
cneenui an tne time. . . i e
mi. i i i the motttn anu kiuu 01 buuiucu
Then you w 11 know how she sat by , irakcn am m iuto
the midnight fare and mended that her tl The natives cut it up and
children might be comfortable; notun-l ot abott ten barrels of oil, eo tlut
til then will you know how dear your the fish paid about 200. ' Fhila
mother was. x J delphia Times.
V . ' 1 i I ' ll
jnow lay -aside your tancy worK, pamt ,mr'weaeea fashionable femafc
less, play less on the pino. but go m- j ? TQQnd a pug dog, we feel .a
to the kitchen and help your careworn g00 deal of sympathy for the dog
mother, jno one win tmnK less 01 you mmm
for it. That youngjnahwho pretends NOTICE!
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to thmfc SO mucjroi you does not want . qq to3Irs. James M. FurcronV to pet
a wife who knows nothing of woman's arntit,mi.n and Ladies clothing made-
wort ' - ISarifaetion cuaranteed. Will also kt
J. ALLEN UEOWN, Ajrt. .
Salisbury, K. C, March i, i3. Cm:
IW LAMP CHIMNEYS 3 I
that will not break-bVhe.it. hr a!e at
DIAMOND DYES All colors jou
wish at ENNISS?
DON'T FOUGET to call for Seed of
allkiodsat ENNIS&V i
TO THE LAD IDS :
Call and see the Flower Pots t
- , ENNISS,
Alii persons havbig Hadms agJntk:th
estate of John S. Hide deed,, r bJrely
notified to present the sauiu to tluruader
si.med on or before the 8th of May 13S6,
orthis iiMthc noti:e will Wp.eaJgU ia bar
of their 'recovery
Mav 61 h. 133.5.
I, 31. BARHIEK, Adai'r,
so we gain both !
Hcidtncc southeast eujjl
the back seat at church, and laugh and Salisbury N. C.; June 201 1885. 33:p.tt.
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luu ayuau, bHo, wjo ' ofihniss Street.
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