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5 MfM- T -" f ' " ' ' JT -y ' .- , -.i -fr 4 . ; .,.;f
. SALISBURY. N. C; SEPTEIIBEE 16, 1880.
jl i g
: u: i . y . . : :.. - - '
pjCWOlina Watchman; l
-JJpt fellED IN THE YEAR 18S2.
! 1 fi
1 lT 1.50 1 .WM
I I' a .ui i 4 50 5. 23 1 T fia It
j 4.60 o.oo r i.wri.iij.T
1.50 .T5 111.25 l.Ef
.. " Tie ie Oil r a l t
If .O ? ---S.W
4n uv. i; - - -
ill! IIH y -"i
2nSADVRTXSII?0 RATES. c ! V"Hx TowIp. lIr. trith transit all 1
Sept. 2nd, 1830. - ' ' " -
T, K. Bui;sER,Esq. , r , , How,ProtcctionJVorks.
Dear Siirrvl liere-
Col. Arxifield. Col. Armfield Ui , .-..r . MISCETVT, atjtottq .
rifting ft ronmon'o i f.. it ' :
haAlued of tlat pri yatei; property
:virj,rr-it:. not be as flowin? a sneakers som
Pf rsicft) is oner
shall not.be taken for public usea ex-
'tino of writing anotlic
:t week, Ihouirh tfoti'ioiji ilinhilu ri i. a
TlifintiJi. oi jne raisi acreeaoie8weeiisu-ni'Ju iiuiist i i i--oj- - i: ;
. . . f - 1 t i . ';... .1 f. I lite lltrt lrhtrf otsin rkt ltip . -tcr rvtiiln..
U Asia. IE Crows uest ill winia aim ua- alio jiu..oiuu vf is nvm-
ut pan. Its cn
SV to tlie forth
L ..... .. hv(H inri f - . it 1 i-iH
t ffi distases of tiio Breathing Organs.
u ifloUica and t3 jlcxaBrnso f
ir! jiuiSmL and- creveatg ih nSsit-
JiVta aial tkatscss across tho etiest ;
SwSciit. C&XSC&PXJOX .
dSlIrrlto havo Uo ri,rht remedy
. KUl' liALSASi is that remedy.
; Buddeuly bur Monday niorninir. S!ic te
. ureaiaasc as nsnal-and died aliuoht i
! mediately thereafter.
I . Uiiitj i.to have a titoro Vonducted
Mr. Plulps is a Lrother of the geutlemUu
reewitly killed in Davidson County, j,
'e lifceto chronicle intenjal iniprove
niejits and thereforo note the faet tbat Mr.
lice 1 1 .erecting, quite a" Iiandoi
and cotamfKlrous dwelling Iioujhj on t
"IJenson Plaee," in which, Wf he
8o to place one ef UuitvJs farfiones.
- Cabarrus Items.
dlivation in China goes back ted by, what we call a protective iSJSr
icst anttqnity.f Hie peach is tero under Avliich privateipersons ;are
itioned in tle booksof Coufa- ' i A . . i- i
required to pay higher prices than arc
a thoaj;li professional aid falls. -
Aneht ever Ditcoverea.
yry' Crtr;o Salrv heals burnt.
Venn' i 'Cirhptio fxlso e?rv torta. '
Aik for rjcnrj's, r.nd Trte ro Other.
I i 1 "
i,CC4E3.IN ONX3 MINUTE.
the Tiio men
It U no longer found wild,althouSh forms neccessary to promote - the growth ' t)f
run wild are met" with wherever the cold- business in which others private citi-
vatiou of the peaeh has been carried on zena are engaged, and without; com-
for any time, especially, in the Gaocasian pensation. The manufacturer claims
country, in Terek, Persia, Southern Ili- that U jential for tU prosperity
malava, China, &c. Tle native land is c. ... - ,
0, therefore, probably, to the northeast rath- - .
er than the northwest of India, whence it oe Pieciei. lie inststajnaino ior-
eiteaded Grst to Cashmere and to Uueh- eign mafltrfacturer can and -wilt -Un-
aria, and gradually to Persia, Asia Minor, dersell him unless the law comes to
&c The absence of a Sanscrit name for xs rescue. And thereupon he is grant-
tins important iruic snows mat us in ns- ft, protection through the1 tariff and
plantation from its native land took place lt 3 . -
f - e . . . t. p.. o other citizens are required to give
before the in limit ion of the banscnts. At : 6
i 1 Two Giants arid a Dwarf,
Three of the most remarkable men of
the century are now on exhibition in
4 others but he stands second to no one
I . 1 ! n . - . i - .t
in the State m point of abilitv. s He '
has already by his' talent and ' legal Lonon at the Royal Alquarium the
knowledge attained anj influence in giant Cljang, a tea merchant of Pekin;
Congress that a neV rncmber seldom rustad, a tall Norwegian, and Che
reaches during his first "term, and j man described as "the Chinese dwarf,
111a constituents can rest assured that' .lucsi uwari ; in me world.
he will occupy a position in that body j Chang is the ' largest in existence,
that his district and $tate will be ; stanas. . ght feet two inches, and is
Mr.T2ditg5: "We had t he pleasure of be-
,.M.r3X'rB tbe ,!. of Aristotl. tlu-re were o juicy ) W a larger P'ice than they would
the finest musical treats that the elements peaches raised in Greece as in Egypt, even have to pay foreigners for the same
prond of. His speeches, while not
full of fiery, eloqueuce, are full of ''ar
gument and sound reas)niogbristling
with facts that carry conviction. The
party, can rest . confident thati their
cause is in safe, in ahjle liinHfs- and
mat inetr uauner win oe carneu to a
glorious victory in November nexL
uuiisiuLr 1 lilt nurc ni n limp, innnroi n i , n e itt t.:i. 1 rri .1 t i i
p,, v , An A , ' upon uieisiamioi jiuouesuio miich oouil fjooas. 1 nai is me naueu worKinc I CTa. - -ll At
county could afford. ; The Cabarrus people ; J- . , , , . f ..,! . Hancock has given th
. . . - l I; ! t us trpfl nrnnnlilr first. r..iin. fro 111 Asia tr 1.. l. f I D
are,preaisposeu 10 .-4narcn ouwara in other 1 ; 1 ' , T J - - - oi protection, uuuer tne guise 01 a civil service reform th
enternrises than farming it, thU i Minor), and where it produced .at that .... .. . ... . 1 - " . ... . r pLrvte 1C,UIUI l"e
1. . . , v,T -Tj . - - . , . puujic use, money is taiien irom one f min ranN!nmi ii..
display of in usical talent. We refer to the j time only flowers and single scattered:.. ' J . Ot many years and that.
consoimation ot tjve or six choirs from toe ! fruit Hppp it U nr.l il.l, tJ.:.t. xvii;lf eiuzeii aim given 10 auoiucr wiuiout
ftnr iif mnt. tlilntlno
j the Hudson River " Railroad . wero
bnrned. The stands in . the market
were owned by some sixty persons: cr
firms, whose losses rango from $200
to $2,000 each. No insurance' Tho
loss on the market building is 100,
0.0, It is insured in various compa
nies to the amount of SlOO.OOOl ; ,
' ' " ! "
; , :.:.
Circular Users of Gold and Silver,
The director of the mint has pre
pared a circular wKlcli he is distribu
ting as widely as possible tliroughout
the country among manufacturers
highly educated, speaking five differ-
ent '. Innrrnirroa wl.wl t.r. T lt-l. i
i 1 if , t, , fa . . . and users of gohi and silver metal of
which he speaks very well, but w th all Ao b r 4, - ai'.
I)lfl , 4 . 7 ' . al descriptions, for tho purpose of
the well known smg-Eong of the Chi- 1 j i . 1 . -I'
i-n. -. r. i. V, . ... wtaraing as definite information 'as
t i u 0 . " possibleupon whichtobase ancslimato
out his boots; be measures sixty UfUv.J
uicues rounu me cnest, weigns twenty-six
stone, has a span of eight feet
with his outstretched arms, and sins
his name without an effort upon a
sign-post ten feet six inches high.
Chang is thirty-three years of atre.
various churches around, numberintr in all
about 175 students, "alt -under the instruc
tion of Profr-Waltcr MKirkTa young gen
tleman ot tine taste and museiaV talent, j
The degree of . 'perfection arrived at by
these various choirs was peculiarly striking.
-wlien.we consider tlie tact that they had not
might be considered as different species
of peach, are. only varieties which all arose
in the course of cultivation.
Among these belong the fruits with
naked and hairy skins (psilocarpso and
practiced together, and as we learned were i carpae)witli auiiereutana treestonos,
convened to assist in the dosing exercises i (clingstones and free stones,) with white,
of a musical term at this place.
Among the spectators we noticed the man
ly form; of t4ie venerable Rev. lothrock,
around whose brow the bloom of youth still
seemed to linger. And whilst well tuned
ifancocfc and Civil Service Reform.
We happen to know that General
is subject of and: it is about fifteeu years since
earful study 1 he was in England.
he shares the I After five years residence in the
men as to the Celestial Empire, he returned to Eu-
compensation. consequences of a nrotracted nonular rone! for the Paris exhibition, and has
A t.-r , , , .
it wouiu DeiarDetter toievyatax indifference to the evils of our exis- Uinco visited Vienna .where the era-
1 . . j I I 1 ! x
aim pay me .imencan manuiacuirer Ung j system. No government or peror gave him a ring he proudly ex
a uonus ai, once, rigures snow " country can long prosper under such hibib, marked with the imperial eagle
ine tariii, suppose, gtves lu per cent. svsten, Kut uovv jaw about :t anti an(l the initials of Francis Josenh
protection. iow i.mow ?iW worm no rcsoi veaJontcj bv individual mem- Berlin and Hambnrir. Sine.! his last
sumed in the'-arts and manufactures
in tlie United States4 The director"
in his circular assures parties who
may recive it, that any information
they may furnish will be regarded as
confidential, as his onl object in
procuring this information is to em
body it in tliat portion of his forth
coming annnal report which treats of
the value arid ' amount ofT gold and
silver and in the arts and manufac
Moorish Cruelty. , :
Kaid Maclean, a retired. English
yellow and variegated ilesh, and finally of goods from the manufacturer to the Gf Congress aud no action by any residence in this country Chane has officer who commands the Moorish
Eiey's 'Carbolis Trosh
i,ll r m.m . .
j : a'5Uhe pnn"ENTiviJ cp
Coctaiouk Eiaa?s OoIdM JZeiTcn.e.so,
D.plitiicria, scaJL YJhcj?h-j.c iZouxiu
j j'lsatatit to Ote 2Wff
Eeliovai Iyspep3ia aud rilieisa.css.
BT Fplt SALS BY ALL DHUGCI5T3.
-:aS3 P4 KEITKY, CXJ1ULA2Z & CO.,
. J - I M E I'KnpRIXTOIW,
84 Oolleira Place, - Kew Torlc
PorSale fey T. F. KLUTTZ, Bruf gist,
tbj " Salisbury, N. C.
voices xr;ehymning that beautiful Quar
tette, !;hat a gathering that will be," His
thoughts seemed to be fixed upon the gath
ering that will. occur when , time and senbe
-hall be no ntore. Lonj mav he live, to ful
fill his 'tnissioii of labor and love here. j
Among the female voices, none were more
distinctly au'dible than those of Misses Lu
C. Lyrcyt ?f.!R3Iisenheimer, JIattie Fishier
and 3f.j Jf Dry, which seemed to rival in
sweetness the mellow tones, ofra silver bell.
Tlie iIesdrs:iMiseuhiRiers, Dry, Klutts, iS.
V. Beaver, Capt. G. A. -Barker, W. M. Pen
inger and others whose names we could not
learn, ,all acquitted themselves with honr.
Whilst jhe entire organization certainly did
well, tlie good ladles of the' community did
in. t fail-to provide a rivh . repast, to whif-h
ample instice was don 5. Kverv -t4mjr end
ed as ic was begun an love and harmony.
And as'tii;? last sweet strains of the iami!ar
D; xolgy, Praise Go'd 'from whuia .ill bleps
ing'.s flow," cease to echo 'the vast concourse
ri;hu tantly retirel to their honus.
Prof. K is as genial, waruv-hearted gentlc
nuui, as one would wish to meet. Long and
happy may he live to contjr on others the
happiness of song.fr.nv sacred harmony
wrougal.. - H W. W. IL
with elongated, round,
The peach at the present day is distrib
uted everywhere, not only in the Old bit
in the New World. v
The; Altuoud . tree (Amygdalus eoni-
ud compressed customer and the course will be as
Manufacturer 100 00
To wholesale merchant at 10
ner cent, added bv iobber
:.. - I. ...1 i,ir I T
III 1111 is,; hum a yiaR.rtuu uaiu, ui imu for his profits
and soft shell to its kernel, like , many T H mcrcnant with 10
otber species oi4tne genus is ino.gmous o .pePcent at(lea for profits to
WeMCI U ilMilUUIl xUltll illlltil, iiuuuull
at the present day, it i3 hardly met wiih
there in a wild condition, it was kuoWu
at a very early period to the inhabitants
of the Mediterranean regions of Syria and
Palestine. The Jews make mention jnf
it ; and it was carried by the Phoeniciaiis
to the Hesperian peninsula (towards
Liisetania and the Baelican province). It
was sacred to Cybele, in Greece, wheife,
even at that time, there were two kinds,
with sweet aud bitter nuts. Phyllis hangs
herself 011 an almond tree, and is traiis-
To consumer with 25 per
cent, added for retailer's
Now let the same goods come to
consumption without this protective
price added to commodity :
To wholesale dealer
President touching it can be really grown six inches. He has a benevolent army, said recently : "If f were to
useful and effectual which is not in- Monjgolian face, a courtly manner, and publish half the things I have seen
spired by a powerful arid united pop- wears a richly embroidered dress, Wl my own eyes in this extraordi-
ular opinion wjiich will put and keep worked for him by his sister, who is, nary country I should beiranded as a
office-holders as well as bayonets in like the rest of the family, of only liar for the rest of my life The
154 00 their proper places at all times and in ordiaary stature. xuoors ot iuorocco are aescnoea oy
all circumstances. New York World. Next to Chans, and next by no Captain Colville in his new b6ok of
long! interval, stands Brustad about travels there a3 barbarians, bui their
Gov. Hendricks has promptly and Leveji feet nine inches hih, very barbarism is concealed by a politeness
effectually responded to a challenge muscular, verv broad back, having as "genuine and gentlemanlike." Yet
. . . - ' - J - - - -, o I . . , .
211 78 to Prove Garfield's corrupt complici- great a girth of chest as Chang, and a "the Kaid of Pacha, with whoseT
ty in the returning boards frauds in wider span in proportion to height, polite manners and lavish hospitality
Louisana. The challenge came from He has a low forehead, but speaks one has been struck, may just haye
the Indianapolis Journal, aud the op- I English fairly well. Brustad has also been watching a slave flogged to death
portunity to respond was aflorded a r which he""reatly delights in- or may at the very time he is talking
Gov. Hendricks at a mass meeting at exhibiting. He presented it to himself to one be starving a man to death in
w ' i nil . . I ! - I t
1 10 00 Indianapolis. 1 no accusations against out bf tlie profits, it is supposed, gain- an upper ciiamoer, or planning some
121 00 Garfield he repeated with startliug Lj by bein shown. It is four and new and horrible torture by which he
151 25 emnhasis, and convicted him, as our a half ounces in weight, and a nennv may extract money from his subjects."
ii (th i-im1 i 11 ti"i t. I ':il w;illf il it, X MT Grf:ien. I TVoilnof Vftm nrina in minenm. I . ... . .i ,1 . . . I mt t ..-V 1
. -- -- - -- r j x...v.w.. v..r-. report sliowus this morning, witnout cocs cas jy through it. To grasp his -ine -raD tortures men ana aniruais
troni which it by no means follows that er under nrotcctivc nolicy 21100 . . . , . , to. l . 7 ? . . n .t . i
, . . i i r x e e a dissentin"" voice. do in onerman min-htv hand in irrcetinislikcshakinff most crueny, "dui always ior a pur-
at that time it was not propagated in Price to consumer free of pro- ui0ui.ii0 vv immy "aim in 3i.v.iiuc,isiuvi.siian.iii i jj i
For the Watchman.
. Public Iloads.
Jr. Editor i We all very well know tiat
tho Highways are indispensably necessa
ry, and we turther know, 'that their good
condition is much desired.4. Now (we
think it high time thatome-thiug be d:Mn
in this direction. It is t rue. the last Lfg
htt lire .enacted a new la if, a-i- i c :i!id,
i ! 1
i.ivtei".l-'.t!8; i - ' ifin
i.t-lte; ClO .i iOii i I'.'f Hi?lfcJ i
we iit.d i i pviii uci it ifv ;
t eat (Ktetit,
tt . is
'" it it!:ijii, of
iJt-'vfd t?tteniv-iit iV iUt
ii, of i ;,e N'ajlev wf' Vir-
P .j'lis-lH.-eu j?iit ': the iulorma-
ilf O'.Tjt ft tK'rl 1 '
isltiie in : aceoniplihjiig ;
as othi-r road Uiwi-. .
Uu je wl.(i tvv iImo use a -
t FHilllUa' FCR 'WHEAT.
1 J r;"t yhr iiu'e ;.)0 Tons ditliei ti't
'"r,lQ'if'i I'tir Hiicat aud afdr proitr-
i osuutJiMij.l, wureh lus given suchfii
wt4 tyiifot to double' our
I lui brand '.lii, smsoii and it-wiil have
p,lt.r4.llx.jti S4,i,,:),n 4(1- tie Valley."
'I, r mH',f)tt'Mlv Im-re" For teim, &o.,
' . Ag-ents. v
and Counssllor at Law, . .
. St-lLlSlWkY, x.c
.jl'J in jtlie Court House lot, next doo
'"e tfitnglitou. Will practice in all
tnfarts ofthe State.
-33 a. o vssafi ait,
TTblLVJJY AT JL1 IV.
cticfs in the State andFederal
2' 1 r !
ERR CRAIGE, j
flipttir'ttti at fafci, .. -
'7T?rA. -' - . ' ' - -
erf M HRnflersoD. -
and Solicitors. N'
(879 tt. r
wra Kit? jouvisu-
jffl-M Your Watches and
Dttin I BM(lf cheap and rpsponpiWle
leve tbm ; wUh Messrs.
s- -.jeidlan, Sali'sbilry, N, C.
!me -tieen. lun purporting to bet
ter the cotiilin ;;M ul oarpioads iryui'tL'txa
of the luifairm ot' she iurtts to ! if,
viitnajh" .Na tl:r the peeie. wii. ave,
in a great nic.iMiie, ,v Joumlatint, byne
aliil tti'ucic of our cour.tryV a te tiiiionejet ;
and are not to be trusted even uua'cr with.
And stiH"th money is wrenched frouwjt-he
pockets of this class to thelp enable, jUy'
&untlij laiv makers, so ur Kpeak, to fare,
sumptuously, while engaged 'in theimlnbus
worii of making laws to oppress t!iein
We say thedioad law's haye been aiil
ure because tbev were ko framed tjbat
they failed toliiiug about the desiredjie-
sult. . . . i
It seems strange,Hhat it has not been
lonf airo realized, that no man will per
form good honest labor without compensa
tion. ' We appeal to all right m in ded peo
ple, if we are not tight, l-et every one
whom this subject may concern, ask him
self the question : Can or should I per-
form labor-ior tue jpiiwic wiiuoui pay,
while 'otlier jii6iic'wrcflHW get ample pay
for their services; yea, grow fat in many
instautcesr off the pi-oceeds of the labor
of the people
We mauiiain iuai uiwaoiu M.uy
practiced uponrauy class of citizens is
coufi ary to t lie principles upon which jour
government was founded that it wasiiu
t'ended that no disci iminattou should bo
made : but -that all citizens should; be
fnual befoTthe law. !
WoRoeik iu behalf of the laWing
class, audkh-sire to see their rights vindi
cated, and that justice be meted out to
every ruau- All desire good roads, then
let all -con tubule inorder, to have thieiu.
"Let justice be done though the heaven's
fall, i Let every mate suoject,m euougn
to pajKpi tax, who travels the public
road Jrrespeciiveof age, be taxed per capi
ta together a i tit ery venicie anu aui-
mnl nsed ou the? road sufficient to keep
tli ? roads 'iu eoodt order: hence there
would be better rwids and more harmony
amonf those who woald keep them mi re
pair, s We simply submit the above j for
cnnMneration. believingrit toa snbject
worthy the thought of the good people of
our country, and wish omy w pufc uo
Dan in. njot-ionwii.il. uie hujic lu., .uv vu
didatea ofltowan county for the next Leg
islatnre may think and talk about it to
the people as we ottieve tney suouiu.
We all should ieollect that time is mon
ey to Vcomnion manTas well rs any- oher
and we believe the Legislature should re
lieve the peoplo interested, of the. ui
.mice, as it weritv of 'keeping tip the pub
lic roads uuder the present sy stem, which
v . . . .. ... , tr -j.t.--i. i.l.- fit..
we think wiey-wm uo,-: ii tuey uiko mo
golden rule as their exemplar. L U.
Italy. Charlemagne caused amandalcr.os tection
to be planted on his estates.
At the present time it is distributed j Balance
over the whole of Southern Eurojie,
throuirhout Persia, Arabia, China and
In addition to the common almond, the
seeds -of Amydalis Orientalis, Amyydalis,
Scoparia, Amyifpalis arabica, mid -I my
gdalis atrestis, are 'lea I en at the present
day in Eastern and Southern' Persia, and
con-! itute an art H'v- ol tr;
Aiexainier the threat, brought the Ap-
ricoi. from A; tuenia tt Greece and Ejdni
froiu wuic.i i'.'uiutries it reacheu Italy
There air dlii'e;e;!f. Varieties of this, sonn
witi. tiiige hint (A, ;ii meitieariae, au
gdalii''.le., pVrieariac) ;ind some wlith
ftiuall fruit A, evrosinae and A- prunarit-e)
of which the former far exceed the latter
T51 00 attempted a reply. John bherman hands with an oak tree. His weight pose
was a beneficiary of the fraud and was j,, twenty-eierht stone, greater than J . ,
8 60 50 as Jeep in the corruption as Garfield. Chang's, for his bones are more mas- The S?ace Jied to btop a lram.
sive. His age is thirty-five. It" clea that-the distance reqtnr-
Che-mau. the dwarf, gives his age ed to stop trains increases very rapid-
as iforty-two, sings a Chinese elegy, Y with the Increase of rates of speed
describes himself with much fluency ana misapprenension on una vuai
and variety, and
hft is described, the smallest man in ments made on July 14, in England:
This only one of the tor Vance, who are the commissioners , jt common for exhibi- the Westinghouse brake stopped a
And so it is evident thatthe con- With Garfield he helped to doctor the
snmpr pays G0.50 instead of merely rctorns, and his statement is the evi
$40, which was intended as a protec-1 dence of a co-conspirator. But were
tion to the manufacturer. Twenty he a disinterested witness he is tin
dollars and fifty cents are lost with- I worthy of belief. Char. Ob.
out the manufacturer being atall ben-
efited by this additional increase of Dr. Worth, GowJarvis and Sena
witli mucn nuency ,ili uiiaaipccuavfii v ui
as his height is only point may become a fruitful source of
2S, appears to be what destructive accidents. In experi-
l t T I . T. 1 t
evils arising from the villainous sys- to examine the Western North Caro- jwarfs to over tnree feet high, train moving at the rate of 4115 miles
tern. The truth is, there ought to bo una itauroau, staiea at. Asueviue umi sir-Geoffry Hudson, the dwarf whom an nour at appoint oniy ou leei uis
no "protection. Every tub ought to they had examined the work and that rea(ers cf Sir Walter Scott will best Uant from the place where thej brake
stand on its own bottom. aucM is tlie satisiaciory prugiesa uau u-ti n.auc
theory of our government, and ought And they further state that $109,000
to be its practice. falcigh Observer, had been paid by Mr. Best on account
of the road, whereot $30,000 had been
remember, measured three feet nine
inches when he had attained his full
111 vaiiiiiin. . I . t. w-r -VTl.. IT.
U present, t lie apricot occurs wil 1 in I uERMAN S JriANCOClv. i"Sor- paid on account ot the Moating cleDt.
the regions. of thji- Caucasus, particularly ristovvn, Sept. 7. lo-ntght the rooms j andf$30,000Jhad also been expended in
on its Southern Slope. In Armenia, whiere ,,r ilp nnnnnratie Association were! tltA itiirnhnse of iron and snikes. then
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It was yropiUiy, lliT cuunaieu, i is LMW1U with TWinnrntir mid Re i nib- .,n l, w..v, in shovil RnL Oh.
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Northern India and over Northern Africa German ty A. ivneuie, ot tne nauera
An All-Healing Spring.
While at King's Mountain the
other day we were informed that a
was applied, but when the speed was
increased to Gl miles per hour the
distance run after the application of
the brake was 1,185 feet, and when
the speed of the train was increased
to G7 miles per hour the distance
traversed after the application of the
has been discovered about brake was 2,053 feet. Similar results
aud Southern Europe. Its cultivation is Freund, and C. F. Plumacher, two to the State of North Carolina, in 18G8,
most extensively prosecuted about Da
Amarnialade is prepared from the fruit
by boiling, which is spread upon cloth,
dried aud thus brought into the trade;
Yours truly, Jonx'F. Cotton.
years affo' a leader of the Greenback
element in Montgomery county. Mr.
Kneule stated that the only German
Republican daily paper in Cincinnat-
U, Abend' Post declared against Gar-
rrniin sx'riwnt. visit to this ffentle- field last week. While Mr. Ivneule
-'""k." - c- 1
man, this subject came up, and this .is a wag gpeakinf Mr. Louis Scharff, pro
continuation ot if ins letter may ue . , t. WL-C
of interest to onr fruit crowina farmers. P"w 'J1 a,Sc ttl4"
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T. K. lil below jNornstown and a nie-iong ne
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the electricity in the air and discharge it ceased Mr. Scharff was introduced and
at the ends, and if the telephone is iujuse j received with tremendous applause.
at the time, the persons engaged arejapt jt ke ami(j cheer3
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S a wixg Shingles. Mr. Daniel Hiirt- J Vermont election took place Tuesday.
map has attached to hi steam saw find Tho ttpnnhlioan maioritv will foot no
ahine to saw shiiigles. 1 ZQfm moreor1ess. Vermont
grist mm. a m
Wre have m tu somepf the shingles turn
ed oat there and think them very nice.
He will saw either pine or popalar to suit
customers, and says he can furnish them
as cheap as any body.
' The Rev. W. S. Creasey has been con-
dncting a very interesting religious revi
val at Providence church in this county.
We learn that there have been 76 conver
sions and 54 accessions to that church.
: Dr. . Ashbnry, the inventor, has
been in Baltimore the past two months
superintending tests of his process for
brick drying. He has, we .under"'
stands succeeding in introducing it . to
very great extent in Richmond.
is emphatically a, Republican State,
and for the best reasons :
yermoht lias always Ubeen under
! It lias the largest per cent, of crime.
I The lowest wages.'
; The least gain in population.
It drinks the most rum, . v
And has the largest Republican
majority. , ' . i
s Scutperxoxg Grates. -Dr., Coleman
has a finejBcnppernong Tine on his place.
He thinks it will yield 30 bushels this
year. MrBaerbanm has them for sale.
three miles east of that village, on the
The United Statesgovernmentgavc hancs of Messrs. Garrett Bros., the
medical properties of which are unsur
naBsed bv any waters in the known
world. It has been know to cure the
Worst cases of skin diseases in less
than three days- In short, its medi
cinal properties are so great that it has
been most appropriately named the
"All-Healing Spring. Irom this
spring certainly flows the "Fountain
of Youth" for which Peter Parely
searched in vaiu while writing his
celebrated history of the old and new
world. Shelby Aurora.
when other brakes
land scrip worth several hundred
thyusaud dollarT'for the purpose of
establishing an agricultural .college.
The scrip was last seen in the hands
of some of the leaders bf the Repub
lican party. Can, anybody tell us
what became of it? Perhaps Judge
Buxton, when discoursing on the sub
ject of education, can explain the mo
dus operandi by which it was lost to
the State. Ral. 06s.
The Radicals-in two years managed
to get 41,912 scholars in attendanceat
public schools. Last year we had 5,
503 schools in full blast, and 288,749
scholars enrolled. Perhaps Judge
Buxton will tell the people about it;
Ral. Obs. ,
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.Bo-logn-ya is a walledcity in Italjr,
yet it invented sausages. Bologna,
has no hogs, yet the shop3 reek with
tlie odors of leeks and garlic, f. Cairo
may have forty-nine smells, but how
many has Bologna? There are nineteen
kinds of cheese (that are gocjl), and
each with a, emell! There ire the
shops of cooked vegetables where you
buy a boiled hot potato-for a soldi; or
a half-kilo for five of them, all these
smell: the sausages. It's a jperfect
A Prayer Answered. Mrs.
Nancy Jessup died last week in
Westfield township in her 88th year,
A ftl r.00.000 Fire in New York.
Xew York, Sept. 9.-A fire broke ge an inuu.ma. --.vi
rew . , lU -A ofBoliirnas They are: in links, in
out about midnight on the north side ofoligoas. . j J
J of Manhattan market, which occupies o.aaaers ,o a
the block from Eleventh Avenue to stomaens, m "
V'6 . , sitb nA flask-like forms, m clubs, in cudgels,
i Ortll xviver, aiivi tci.ivvw
35th streets. The fire occurred in
the basement of Pope Bros., provision
dealers, and spread rapidly. The
For twenty-seven years before heifUhole building was soon wrapped in
jiJoi'in cWo bad bpen blind. One month
14 4JL lit OUV
ago,1 she prayed that j she might re
ceive her sight and see her children;
and r strange to say, two days before
death her sight was restored and she
was permitted to see ali b er children and
was astonished at their klooks. Verily
the prayers of the righteous availeth
much. 3lt. Airy Visitor.
flames. Sparks were carnea Dy the
wind to the large establishment of T.
Bl Clarke, on south side bf 34th street
and a number, of surrounding stores
and Hay Market Hotel took fire and
were blazing, away at 1 o'clock. The
in canes; sausages sjuuhty, uitw,
leeked, fatted, lean, spiced,; plain,
mildewed, decayed, greasy, . moldy,
red, gray, mottled broken, tottering
with age, or plump with youth.
The per capita expenditure for ad
ministering the United States govern
ment is as follows: Under Radical
rule. 187434.62: 1875r$3.89 ; 1876,
t Jm. . . . . Tl t a m W-M TmW th. W Af.
loss is estimated at $1,500,000. The 3,63. w itn a emocruuw .-.
market and hay sheds on the adjoin-1 check Radical extravagance,; on,
ing block, and ninety freight cars of $3r03 ; 1878, $2.80.-Bal. 06.