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Mrs. Partington eays Ike has
bought a horse so spirituou that it
always gs off on a decanter.
After -a. Texas jury. Iiad; stood out
for ninety-six hours, the judge got a
verdict out of them in two minutes
by sending them word that a circus
had come to town, . ,
As many women learn to know
J their husbands they wish they had
learned to "No-" them when they
were only sweethearts. -j 7
' . . j The Chinaman had a good grip on
the idea when he spoke of the cucum
ber a "no belly good."
A man boasting in the company of
young ladies that he had a luxuriant
head of hair, a lady present observed
that it was owing to the mellowness of
the soil. .
An Irishman in describing Ameri
ca, said i "I am told that you moit
.- roll England thru it an, it. wouldn't
make a dintjn the ground ; there's
fresh' water oceans inside that you
moit dround old Ireland in pan' as
for Scotland, ve moit stick it in a
- - , N
corner and ye'd never be able t find
It out except by the smell of whisky."
A young lady just . home from
boarding-school, on being told by the
servant that they had no gooseberries
exclaimed; "Why, what has happen
ed to the goose ?"
The latest Yankee discovery is a
spring in Michigan, so strongly mag
netic that a man who drank from it
and went into a blacksmith's shop,
found the anvil on which he sat stuck
fast to him and had to have it amputa
Mr. Tennyson still devotes him
self to domestic subjects ; for exam
Put the arm chair in the attic
It has earned a needed rest ;
For the pair it oft supported
Now are married and gone West.
Too Much a Business.
- Squire Hopkins and his wife, of
Stokes, gave a dinner party the other
day, and many young ladies were
r present; the young preacher, too,
who had just been sent, was there,
and before the young ladies went
down; Mrs. Hopkins said to them :
"Girls, our young preacher is in
M0,is he V said a chorus of voices ;
I ,I certainly want to see him, they say
he is so liandsome."
"They're making a deuce of a rack-
f et in the parlor," observed the Squire
i soon after, as he and his wife satin
j the adjoining room.
- "I think they're playing some
r game," she said, "I wish you'd peep
in and see."
j "Blast me, if the Parson ain't run-
j nin round the room with two boun
cing gals aholt of his coat tail I've
often heard that when playful with
j the gals they're the sportingest things
on earth beats my colt to death." ,
I "I think myself, Mr. Spriggs
' hould be sadder; you know, dear,
he has to be at the burying of poor
Mr. Smith's little child late this
l "Fiddlesticks 1 Sue! it: 15oks too
much a business for me, reminds me
of 'the i lawyer that cries over the
I prisoner and makes the jury cry, and
j next steps out for a drink with the
j other fellow that's trying to hang
I mm but hurrying up dinner and
call 'em in."
Josh Billings Advice to the "Quire"
4 Singer. -
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The first thing to make a good
quire singer is to giggle a little. Put
up your hair in curl papers every
Friday nite, soze to have ft in good
shape Sunday morning. If your dad-
dy is rich you can buy some- store
hair ; if he is very rich, buy some
more and build it high upon your
head ; then get a high priced bun-
pet that runs up. very high at the
I high part of it, and git the milliner
to plant some high grown artefisluds
onto the highest-part of it. It will
I Jielp you sinjr high, as soph ra no is the
1 t m.
i nen the tune is giv out don't
pay attention to it, aud then giggle!
; uiggle a good eel.
j (Whisper to the girl next you that
i- Pm Jones, which sets on the second
seet from the front on the left-hand
Clilo ' lino 1M. K . . a. .
p.Uvr M Hti uuuuei wmi me same
i color ; exact she had last year, and
j then put up your look to your face
I Object to every tune unless there is
1 a solo into it for the sophrano Coff
andliem a good eel before you begin
o sing. ; - ,
J j When you sing a solow, shake the
artefishals off yourItinnef, aiicrwhen
you rome to ulllighjiotebraceyour
self back a little, twist your head to
one siue anu ppen, your raouiu ine
widest on that side, shet the" eye just
a trifle on the same side and then put
-.. .- - "i '.f ,. ! s -,
in for dear lifeH?
When the preacher. gits' under hed
ly with his preaclunwrite note on
isit someboay tmpass thenote.to sum-
body else, and you watch then! wlulej
they read it, and
:T-lJ.i tit :L.i2t
,-If any body, taj
ks or lafls inrthe con
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notis of itvthats a good Lcance for
you to giggW ajgrejaJt.jThe)ich
er darsen't say anything to you be
kaus you are jnlhe quire.Zf you
had a 1k w. before you swent Jnto the
quire give him the mitten you ought
to have somebody, better nbwT"
Don't forget to giggle
An K.4lay on 3Ian.
Man was mada in dryiweather.
He was maddjof dust. .
the ; blaukoieaf! -ijfyour note book;
Thai s what the ueaifwus made for.
Quite a number hayernever-recov-jyeari
ered from their creation ; they are still
dry. tt -s5
It's a man's "natureTtt be discontent
ted. . .: V ' .
Adam had a monopoly, but lie could
not behappy without some one to
crow over. H '
"For-a while 'he knocked around
over the Garden of Eden, and then
went to the - house ; but he had to
cook his own Supper, there was no
stove-wood chopped and things went
on in a bad shape' general lyi tl"
r The next morning it was the same
way. He had to make this . o wu bed
and sweep out. His socks were
dirty and his arm would run through
a hole in his sleeve. Sd-hc wnusTdis
The next nigtit, when he Avent to
At . r - ' "'17 -
sleep the Creator puuished-lJiim by
making one of his ribs into a Ionian,
a great misfortune to,.the,xace.
It has been six thousand vears
since that rib wasiost, and yet man
continues feeling;for ;
This is a very feeling subject, f
: Pursuit in this case is said to be
sweeter than possession.
After Eve got acquainted with her
mate, she vowed that- alPthe men in
the world were not worth Adam.
Goliah was a man.
A fop is a male who is ashamed of
his sex, andy attempts to conceal the
fact that he a man.
Concealment in such cases is at
tended with but little trouble. It is
only necessary to part the hair in the
The family man resembles au oys
er on the half shell. -r
The shell is known at home the
soft side of a board.
Some men carry this resemblance in
their faces. A great many men have
countenances like oysters.
Job is said to have been a very
He had boils all over-himr
Many a man now boils over him
self when the preacher reaches "thir-
teeuthly" on a hot summer day, and
never thinks of the grandeur of Job's
The editor of the London White
hall Review at a dinner, recently, pro
pounded , the following Question:
What is the origin of the sign for
he American dollar.' The American
consul did not know. ; V
It was suggested by one of i the
guests upon the authority of "Xotes
and Queries that the sign was a sort
of mouogram of the United States,
from U. S.' But tins would not do.
The American dollar, says the edi
tor, is taken from J the Spanish dollar,
and the sign is to be found, of course
in the associations of the Spanish dol
lar. We littered the table with books
in the course of bur researches, but
I proved my point in the end:
On the reverse Of the Spanish dol-
tar is a representation of the Pillars
of Hercules, and round each pillar is
11 .. .M. il ' ; ' T'
a urun, wmi ine inscription, 'jrius
vllra This device, in the course ofl
time, has degenerated ntOLtliksfgii
which stands at present for Ameri
can as well as Spanish dollars,'.. ;
ine scroll round the ptllars,u 1
take 4t, represents the two serpents
sent by, Juuo to destroy Hercules In
his crad . . ! ' f -
The negroes who Went from the South
. . .
ern: States to Kansas last, fall are reported
as saffering from Want and cold.;If their
true condition is t explained to tiiose re4
maiuing South it may put an end to their
foolish ' exod a i n fataa tion sX 'ri brt h ern
climate is uot healtliy for negroes; They
cau do better where they are -Dexter,
I : 11 . -. I r- - lit. . 1 ' fS -- t .-..- . I i : -. 1-C .
Keep the Rtalls of iHirsea , antl ? cattlel
wen Jittereu with kobi absorbant-Leaves
are 'most cdureufe&t. fWliat: the coiintry,
needs is plenty of home-made niao are. '
which will ,enahie the: farmer I to, wake
heavier crops from Jess ; Jand. Parming
does not pay when it takes all a- inan's
labor to make his .bread. Fonr, .barrels of
corn to the acre wil not , paT ten ,.barJ
rels will. ; fSix bushels .Qf wheat, for ; one
is a loss? twenty for on mikes money,
Kee refuse tanhark fiawduRtj, Wood
earth! orYefase ef wood Spiles. ; iu .-, hen
houses tliree indies Mdeep rail Wiuter,
Put iu a freah supply every j week f mix.
with plaster in the Spring, 'andn sdw') oir
weak places iU wlieiit Aeld, or reserve to
plant in hTlts wrn" or tobacco. j r ! h'-:
1 One way to utilize straw as a .fertilizer
ia to stack or pile iu a yard for the pur
pose, where stock can ;ron to it. Ia a
year or two there will be immense piles,
of half rotten straw land manure that
makes an excellent top-dressing the . first
and the second year tit niay jibe
plowed under with great advantage to al
most any kind of crop. - , " 'j -
ivnimais mac are weaic anu thin in
flesh should receive special care jiud at
tention at this season. Such a creature
is liable to beeome diseased, aud, one
diseased animal may infect the well -ones
with the same disease.
, The Mexican War Pensions.
Some weeks ago our associated press
telegrams announced the fact that the
committee on pensions, of the House of
representatives, had agreed unanimous
ly to report back: t& the House' a bill re
commending the payment of pusion to
all survivinc Mexican soldiers.' The re
port was accordinlg made' and the bill
has had two readings and was to have
come before the committee of the whole
House on yesterday (Monday j) The bill
restores to the peusion4rolls, withtlf ar
rears of pay due, the pen slob ers of the
Mexican war who were stricken from the
rolls for alleged disloyalty, and pensions
all survirors at the rate of tight dollars
per mouth from the date of its passngei
It is stated that there arebut 6,000
survivors of the Mexican war 'who siVe
eu titled to tensions under the bill out of
75,000. The official . Tecords show that
the army fought 10 general battles and 08
engagements in the course of i two ' Vears
without the loss of a single stand of col
ors, anu that they entered the City of
Mexico, with 6,500 men, and dictated a
peace within a walled city, the capital jof
a ftfreigu nation, of 150,000 inhabitants.
The population of Mexico at that time
was 8,000,000. The United States ac
quired by our arms 1,000,000 square miles
of territory, iu which are embraced Cali
fornia, Nevada, Utah, T Arizona Colorado,
Xew Mexico, Wyoming-, and part of the
State of Nebraska. The bureau of statis
tics reports that from the territory thus
acquired $1,100,000,000 in gold and sil
ver have been taken in the -past thirty
two yers. The soldiers ask only eight
dollars a month. - No snch results as they
secured have ercr been achieved by so
small an army for the county that it serv
ed., They more than doubled the territory
of the United States. i
Wasixutox, Jan. 26. Confirmations.
The Senate to-day confirmed the fol
lowing nominations: Jauies ltifssell Lowl
ell, of - Massachusetts i as miuf8tef t!o
Great Brittainr; Jii6."W.fFosfe-, of Indi
ana, as minister to liussia ; Lucius Fair
child, of Wisconsin, as miuistes to Spain ;
Phillip H. Morgan, of Louisiana, as min
ister to. Mexico: Philip S. Vales. of
Pennsylvania, - as chief of 1 the? bureau bf
medicine and 8urgeoa general of the
navy, with the relative rank of Commo
dore. Also . the . nominations ff tlte fol
lowing, postmasters : K. i-G. Staples. aV
Portsmouth, Va.r David J. Johnston;' at
Madisori, Ga.,' Win. Jlellings, at Victoria,
Texas, . V " ' --..r '
Coxkeixo Latest; -Over a year agb
tlie'saddle colored (but very gentlemanly:)
SejatorfromMississippL JiiK. - Bruce, 4
took to himself a wife an educated lady
of color, but the, color is uot much deepejr
than that of some Kentucky brunettes we
know and admire. In the fullness of
time a child was borna mau child :ani
he Was christened lloscoe ConkKng Biuce,
after the great Narrngauset hero.., TheJ
hero appreciated the I compliment, and
some evenings since, in the presence of a 1
. , ..-. m w r-.i-r": ---"
ehoice assemblage or Kepuuiicao stalwarts
of various hues, he - presented hist little
tiamesake with a service of silver. It is
stated that the little darling was handed
about jiud kissed nil round:' If this does
not ' insure Conkliug the colored YOtej,
what could T Elizabetuiown Xeics.
' '. U- i:
The total number of Irish absentees 'as
given by the government .returns, a few
years ago are 2.973, owning 5,129,816 acres,
about one-fourth of Ireland, of the annual
value of 12,000,000 ; bf these only 180 ever
visit their Irish estates, and these spend but
a few months on them every year.pThe fam
ine &nd trouble in Silesia, also, wtrere linnd!
reds of thousands of jKnipte' are' starving to
deathare largely due id the same cause
absenteeism. The Rothschilds, jthe Lichi
nom-sks and a number of Prussian nobles
are; owners of immense! estates ia Silesia,
which they never visit oj improve. The rej-
suit of this system a constant draining of
the country of. money is chronic. jpovertVj,
Which the German government hss done al
in its power to relieve, but in vuix
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twice as loug. ..Xjictovs at ttll world's ex
hibitiou. Acknowlet-swl best by all dis
interested and competent musiciana.
$vlid fads, indisputable, such as no other
orau maker iu tJio world can nbstantmte.
ftlm-inns newa for nnrchasers. (rntud In
troduction Sale. New Prices, ti hitous El-
cgant Case $0; Superb MUrorTup Catte,
10 Stops vntij $100. 15 days trial. Freight f
paid botli ways if Organ uoirt suit. . bold
on t'asy terms. Keiitcd uutil paidrfor.
Delivered any where iu tho ivmtlt for. .4
extra. For full p.u tictilar.. address Sud
den & Bates, Savannah, Ga., Mana
gers Wholesale Southreu Depot. Prices
same at at Factort. -fuf
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NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
FOR THE WATCHMAN
Mea up your Clubs and send them!
in. Two Dollars a year.
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. 1 aheiwHEWf AMERICAN "is easily learned does not fret 6uf 'obtdlM? ahV.
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more wont wiui iesa. iawoj n4; ".viner;
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JklERONEYS & nOGEES, Agents, Salisbmy, N. c.
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T .In not luot:it io nxr lii! American Machine
in, all tle work that other machints can it
rom Swiss Muslin lo lieirrer tfoili. J have
and the American is suieiior to tliein all.
I have used ihe Singer and other machine,
if erokey & Bftb., A eifnH' American Se-wlng
SIRS: 1 haye used the Howe, Singer, H
tnd would not give the American for
in the ciro ilar. I consider it superior to all
. . Very respectfully,
DEEDS & MORTGAGES.
'. , ' 7" ' m . .'sir ...;- ;; .l;r
Pec Simple Deeds, Deeds in Triist, 'Mortgage Deeds, omjssioneriiV.ceds, Sbrig.
Deeds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, "Marriage "arid ' (S)ntfhnatitn CcVtiiice
. . Difctillers' Jvntries, and various jotlier ; forms for sale at the - i
; notices. -It is
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Tail OU US lUr IIUlll.ll M1U UWUVViJ. i-
rJicir property at. public auction without rii
juircmentH of the law on the subject every body knows urc inpuflicietit. ProjK-rtyh '
l'ten sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent in advertising ; iuighta?i -'.
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notiecs promptly and cheap. 'r. 1
N0TIC3S TO?. POSTING
SCHOOL CIRCULARS, ,!
HOTCHKISS & POND, PnoiMtiETous.
On The European Plan.
The restaurant, cafe and lunch room allach
ed, are oastir passed lor clieapueHs and excel
lence of service. Kooms 50 i Ia. to"$2 per day
$3 to 10 per week. Convenient to all ftrrie
and city tuilrouds.
New Furniture, New Management
On and Off SlicK as Grease !
G A IT Eli S,
"W. M. EAGLJ,
Bespectfally announee hii continuance at
his old stand in his old line, on Alain Street,
opposite Bnni' Drng Store; ..He is always
ready and anxious to aooomutodate ciiKtor.ierK
in bis line in the best manner possible, lie is
prepared to do first clas work and can com
pete with any northern Shop or Hand made
work. His machines, lasts, Ac. are ol the
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work, and VUck eqrial to any Hpinl order,
lpniiirinimAtlp and nromntlr din at reft.
ipn.ngneau.y ana .prompu? aue atre.
mahl price. Satisfaction guaranteed or iro
Prices to Suit the Times,
Cash orders by mail promptly filled. .
-St.GmoH. ' . "WV M. EAGLE.'
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. BONDS ,,
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics Liens, for sale at this Office
iioRSEsedEfi; ; '
CHOPeonnwted with Bro-wn A Verhle-s UvCry ! jt j the "bent in nxe.arto"1niPnI,,l
Q suWfs. PTU designs ol Shoes, to. suit any.; l " ,ne u - . . . ,-,.":
Twfteof f oot.' All Khoelng on strictly sclentiflcprtn, Reqtiire no cotton-seed nor irtable manui.
clplwtand WARRANTED. All kinds blacksmlthlng- vl,.. fr pin A riKt to une.
promptly done. M . libir . sSo charge for reclpeor light io une. i .p
, . Uo any $50 guaao. aiaa en tested for yer
Snbscribe fortho Dutchman only 2f CaUlina get particular and eelwiwoiU
. ' ' .'--. j Don't be humbogged hf cheap imitation", !j!
ir i ! ti j 1 i. i You ca get the genuine only from .
Mortgage Deeds for sale here . tiieo. f. kluttz, DarcowT, ; ;
J $ ' ' :
.iso various Qiner uians.
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a itutjMesi, int Musi fa,
- able. vndinEiery Benkt
W A N E 0.
U4 iM. marie street, liaiuiuore v
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i r passes all i4her machines. BcsJiIm
overseatus anU worlts button holta iin y :
mwd -8ingriViuWcrii4' Wee4 Alathinesniij i
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would; not exchange the American fni
MKS 11. KJliKlMiLK.:
.Ss lisburr, M, C, May 22d. -
Machine: ! ; -
heeler wnaon, u ucoxv Uibba, fJewing
all ollliem. It will do till that Ia clauiiedfoT.
others I have ever seen.r , a r
MRS. GEO. W. HARRISON. ?
! , WATCIUVIAA OFFICE,
shcrifT$i, const aides, agents; &c, are advise(W"
certainly great Injustice to owners 'io pit' fcp
... , ......v.., iv up
- t giving ample notice of the sale.! The ft-
L-ND PSADT PHIXTT3D.
avsii: xnv waivt
II A R I W A K B
At Low Figures
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Call on the undersigned atNp. 2, Cruii
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Salisbury .N C. Jane 8 li- ., i'i "
ENNISS' CHICIvEX OlIOLERA CCKE
or nioney refuijledir-if . directions, are
PRICE 25 CENTS, at
. , . E' Ni.S.S' Drngtore.
DON'T BE SWINDLED
- ' but5 of
BALE OF COTTOH
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THEO. F. HX.UTTZ
fe 'i i
will sell you one ton of
Boyli,: earner Wo's
Fof 200 IfisV CoUob.
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