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ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1832.
" PRICK, tlM IN ADVA5CK.
r""'i ' sifii
fo.fiowaD 'CwiHWeW:- at the Court
Buse in Salisbury, Saturday, July 1st,
1882, at wVkrMTforthe purpose of
appointing delegates to the State, Con-
rresftloaal, and Senatorial CenTeutioas
aoft for other important basineM.
All the Democratic voters of the Coun
tj are reqaestea to meet m couvention in
tbeir' respective township at the usual
Toting precincts, on Satarday, J une 24tlit
188$, at. 12 oclock, M., for the purpose
s Convention, and f for full aud complete
organization according to the plan of or-
; f f ganization of the Democratio Central Ex-
Vil xtive Committeer T J. W.JtfAUNKr, .
b j ' Ch'm. County Ex. Com.
:'; See plan of organization below.
' ik 16C2 If r. William Johnston, .raa for
GoVernor of North Carolina. The follow
ing is now published as his ticket ou that
NOBTIi CAROLINA CONFEDERATE
Att unremitting prosecution of the War:
Complete Independence : Eternal Separa-
tioi from the North ; No abiidgemeut of
Southern territory; iSo altsratiou of South
rn bouuderies ; No compromise with en
emkS, traitors or tories.
Jeff Darts, our Army and the Suth.
j For Governor,
OF M ECKLEKB UKG
ose days , Mr. johnstoa tried -to
r'. bsiig himself to the coat-tail of Jeff. Da
v vis and he-was remarkably sweet on
li '' 'our army and the South.n He was grand
. : r in declaring "no compromisd with ene
; j uies, traiUrt or tories.!1; But his hold
fj f on he coat-tail of Jeff. Davis didn't an-
' ; swet his purpose, and he got left by a large
i malorityi The soldiers repudiated, him.
v ;i no people, repuuiaceu mra.- aiio? wr.
Johnstorwas laid onv cold and stiff by
' ! Zebt Vance, j Our first vote for Governor
" j counted, for eyen the Democrat ond the.
'ljaridrysrirefase4' to stfstain MrVil-.
. lUm Jolinsion, although he Leroicallr
- calfd Biuiself "CoRuhotfiefday;
a plain-spoken gentleman iu our presence
tnroed to another and said, " Where, pi-ay,
didfjfongtt tlie title of Colonel V "Why,
wao the ; rift)&?Wtoii tli Ym borough
House register! We spell it with a K.
' Kurnel Johnson's grfp on Jeff. Davis'
coa.t-tail jfi01tdt3taTfiet Jiinf anjoffice. 'And
: now tie Kurnel ha swapped Jeff. Davis'
coat-tail for Dr. Mott's. 'He proposes to
iinead his Uck and get a good7'.Uili holt'!
this, time.. We think we see them now,
Igoig P a long, rouh hill, with a big
oQco on top, Dr. Mott puffing aud blow
iognd tno elderly Karnel holding m for
deal lifeIoro.wo oine'get out of
oixr fwayi halfoerDrl ? Mott, and the Kur
nel cries. "ie toe, me too.? Will they net
Democrats ff Remember, the Colo-
Ael himself has declared "no compromise
wiU' enemies, traitors or tories." North
Carolina expects her true sons to stand
gaa ans Protect er agatult Such aa,
jannltufaU cambiaatlon ) fersthe eake of
spits.-iJVetr-06errer. , ;
kvfiiki He Will Do. Col. William
Johnoton will meet atfelghtoe
organize and nominate'HdliQC H. Dock
ry fbr Congressman -at lagevHe will
then adjourn to Charlotte, here. ho will
wpr up the boom lor CjoUJilliam John
ton "Independent" candidate for Repre
sentative from the 6th Congressional dis
tnctl; Jn; November tliu Colonel, will
again retire topt(rate life; minikyto
" -.A fruitful crop of litigation is likely to
CN144 f fH jntrodacttoii' of the ejec
tricaj storage batteries which have been
attracting so much attention of late. In
England,. Fan re and Sellon, are hav
ing a IivIjT ; discussion on tlte subject
and, a this coantry, Brush, Edison aad
Keith are claimants for p'rioritj-ofinieo-ion.!
Way i svmpathy like a man olavinff
at blindmaa'a buffi. Because it is a fel
low feeling for a fellow?creatare.
It Is worth remembering that nobody en
jojs the nicest surroundings if it bad belth
V jTbere are mserable . people about to-day
i with one foot in the grave, when a bottle of
Parkers Ginger Tonic would do them more
good than all the doctors and medicines
they have ever tried. Sec adv. : v
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tBc Tj wl?iea a leiram kn m mon-i and ;the iwm grayed pon the ttnl
ii I ntTiaKTi r ;M tta1 RiV n..r.L His Ueshuation wasJurtner man onrs i
j stay quietly at Jiome liH-hi retiii'ri,
las he did not fepprbve 'r ins diiih
-r filers travelijjg about alone; in a foreign
r-i ijettr,aDd .r-aewsea oqrsei veSiVcry
I well fur the H.W :'Aajr,11H VPh'-l
.overlie picttnrsque roads audthrtMigh
twirts of the' beautiful Atupzzo val-
8ti4"Milkrrhi)fdIlKiuiay in the
big wilderness of gJirdeh at the'Liick
0f the hotel j filiebuf jresWliMa
'qbe with handfulls uf floral treasures,
an t,ext gato J8 eatt, i little of
oar strictly rural pleasures. : i
We were the only Americans in the
hotel,' and we; found few congenial
friends among the liost of .sLrabgexs
arriving and departing every day. We I
had read ail our books, written all our
letters, and were feel i ng veryr qfoped
-fiJrasa rarn ilyr dkfi Ini un
promising when jLetty spelled out
from the German newspaper the fol
lowing announcement : " I i
V "Her majesty, the queen of -Utaty,
on her way to Jirnz, intends to hon
or Sachsenburg with a brief sojourn,
arriving on the 13l.h. Tlu people of
Sachsenburg are preparing for a grand
fete tolionor her n)ajesty.'
'Sachsenburg, tliatls not very fat
from here, on the railroad,.said Let
ty. Oh, Helen, fet us go ! Queen
Margherito is so very lovely, and we
may uever have the chance of seeing
her again, and the fete, too, will- be
well worth seeitig.1 The town will be
one great bower of flowers, and (all
the peasant will appear in -their best
holiday costume, JDo say you will go,
Helen its so dull here.' I i v
'But have you forgotten that papa
asked us to stay quietly here, and not
go roaming about without him?'
said gravely. .-A - t !
'Ohpyou dear conscientious old
goose ? : it is not . traveling - to go to
Sachsenburg to seilthe oueert. f
'Sachsenburg is a teiil KotirV: Jour
ney from herei andT we should ifave to
be away for three days ' at least to
make the trip Avorlli hilel'
;'So ipuch the better Laiaifriglit-
fully tired of this; place, and: papa's
return is delayed for another; week.'
But I need not repeat our! dicus-
sion'furtheFr'Leliy carried the day
in this instance as in most others, and
1 her stui J, el iler sister, her mi ior
by len'5'ears, and her houiir at mentor
au'd gruardian meek ly ave To to her
wishes.! c-:-n..:r r-hl' h '
Equipped with light liand-luggige,
umbrellas aod shawls, we . set. off in
the omnibus the next day, with many
injunctions from our AVirtli to inquire
carefully the hours of arrival and de
parture of the trains, as the time-ta
bles were often inaccurate in this part
of the world. f 1l
Our only . fellow-traveler; in the
ailwaf rHasre targeqtjemanap-
parenity vooux imriywitni pleasant
browu eyes, a straight, slender nose,
and an indescribable air of good breed
ing about hiXrom the slender Joe of
his boot to the closely trimmed hair
beneath his soft traveling capY
He looked oftea at Letty ; hot ira-
peruueuMy, ouiLasany weu-orea man
Tooks ata pretty girl sittii'g opposite
him on a long journey. Letty, with
heriolet eyes darkeninV at times ml
most to black, her- del icafe -color like
an alabaster lamp; with a rosy: flame
within; And her charmingly grace fa
figure, made excusable , more obtru
sive admiration than this man's. '
Animation and pleasure at our trip
made her doubly; attractive, and I
could not blame the brown eyes op
posite for often wandering to her
pretty face. . ; ; : ; .
I did not like lo seem stiff; so pres
ently I spoke to the stranger, . who
had been; attentive about stowing
away our luggage and screening ns
from the brilliant snn; " - 4 4 -
He answered pleasantly, and in a
IOW. mUSlcal Vn!A iliof r . Mh-mA mrA
J we were soon all three chatting to- j
I 3 . w w.v A. linMj Ma
IJCpTyed Ui be
change WjiagesforiSachsenburg', w;
must separate.1 ; rr' V' " -JLetty
seer.wljo share. heartily-im
approval t iuf travel inj-ctnl pdmo'ii
speeches fir he wa4 a stra w ger? fter
trust. j-.- t
Gradually" ,1 .begaii to Ifiiuk .myself
a: very poor. ciaperoo Un my. pretty
llltle sister, and ? t tried ' t li il ' tierce
and forbiddinjSul it.waano use, and
my. mruve piucKS auu nuages at uet
ty were .quite, ineffectual. When I
flattered. 'iayself Xr was Iookingwfttf-
y grTm;he actually tmt 6txt her pret-
y.pink paloirat Mr. , Mordaunt s re
quest to have her fortune read; J
iThe time sped; . very quickly, aud
shortly before our arrival. at Reieh-
thal our. com pan ion
began to tell us
some amusing stories
of his life in the
Indian jungle, e sliowed a curious
ittle whistle that had often served
him to signal his lost companions,
which .had a curious ehnll, bird-like
tone, unlike anything of the kind we
had heard before. Li'
As Letty., was" returning Mr. Mor
daunt the whistle- a pretty little sil
ver toy that she much admired he
said : 'Please keep itj Miss Weir, as a
souvenir of one more idler whom fate
has thrown in your way. Imagine
that it is charmed j and if you are in
distress a note fron) the whistle would
bring me to the rescue if I am wor
thy of that honor a$ Oberon flew to
the assistance of Hnon.'
Letty could not j refuse the gift so
gracefully,, tendered, an4- her evideut
pleasure in it seemed to reward Mr.
At about 11 o'clock at night I heard
the guard call out j 'Reichthal V with
erreat regret, for here we must lose
our amusing companion, and I could
see plainly that ihe pleasantest part
of the journey was oyer for him.
At' Reichthal we made an un wel
come discovery ; we jhad missed con
nection with , the Sachsenburg train,
and to reach our destination we would
have ta wait till 5 o'clock in the mor
nlrig of the next dayj
'What will yfuujdp in the mean
time ?' asked Mr. Monladnt. fI have
ten minutes before my train goes ;
I could be of any ser vice to you about
engaging. a room at the hotel, or in
any other way, I should be most hap-
fl. thi nk,' Helen, it
would be. better
not to go to a j.hptel,' isaid -Xietty j we
should uever wake up for the 5 o'clock
train if we: went to bed, and we can't
waste so mach time
waiting for the
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U Yes X answered, jfwe , coald get
some refreshments here and spend the
remainder of the night inthe waiting
roomit is riot quite five'hours.'
Our funds would not admit of much
extravagance -on the j trip, as . the al
Jowance papa bad given ns had dwin
dled down .'daring his prolonged ab
sence,' and I was glad of Letty 's eco
nomical '' BuggestionV Something . in
Mr. Mgrdauut s tqanner gaye the idea
that he did no approve quite of our
plan, but bet was.too polite ta say anyr
thing against it. -He ordered a wait
er to attend, inquired if we would be
allowed to pass the night in the wait
ing room, brought us a favorable an
swer. ,and ,theu. as , Jthe i locomotive
whistled sharply, he reluctantly took
his leave, and disappeared in the dark
ness. - ; r-i -): '
... 'I wish he had staid with, us it is
so lonely: in this strange place said
Lettyywith a shiver.
'Nonsense, child ! ;
tt would have
beeQ obtrusive and Indelicate of him
to give as eo much of his society ; we
never saw hini before to-day, and why
should he alter his plans. for us?'
; ,1 sppkebldly-bui I,lfcofrfeltde
serted and forlorn; in the little - rail-;
waycoffefpon a janguage I but in-
aiuerenuy noaersioou ueiug .spuKea
about menot a fa'm
liar face1 to be
Si'ep butJLetty'Sj frightpiAqd one pnd
midnight just pastX va V vzy.A s1
' We werV thef nly wWiei ' vi the
place; ahd I 'did ,' not "fancy '-Urn
Sqme were, playing cards. jji a corner,
aiid others sat ilentlyqver, tall glass
es of Jbeer, giving -as furtive glances
which' I tried to ignore;- ,v t-r .
Ueitrryou ought' nol lo'irear that
ring on.a journey, orj lr you will wear
it. is. very tempting: to a ilnef-,1 saiu,
nervously, ai the1 liglitf ought Lettyfa
diamond papa's reserit on' hefbirth-
uay wuiic enc uui. uuva net ciiy auu
mauemy.eycs aciie wiiD us sparie-
-At .that moment a saw. ?tne ugiy
dark face of a man close against the;
window pa ne ou j side, watch i gjfiwA n
he .saw me iooking at him,i but Lhail
timetobcrre his1 'heavy, rough' beard,
tibkefajpt' hair aWd 'coarse big tlifoat.
r j.ne iiornuie tinougnt seizeg me
hat he hau een Jjettys nog, ! and
would try to'TOb' us.f J I said tidthiog
o my sister oi, .-my 4ears, uil. ett jn-
ten'sely relieved when 1 the porter ap-
pcareu wiiii a iautero to escort 113 to
the waiting room.' -.; J v S,"V ?
' f He informed, us .that ' we" 'would
have the room quite to ourselves,, but
that we must consent to be locked in.
It was the strict :rule that the door be
ocked after the'depa'rture of the last
night train, and according to theVeg-J
ulations passengers' were not' allowed
o. spend,, itbe,1nigh.t on, .he premises ;
he had only made aa exception in our
avor. Furthermore, we must make
up our ihinds to dispense with a light
as everyone went away, out the
guard, aud the place must, be left in
darkness,. i 4, "
This was appalling, to be locked
up ior tour nours in a pitcn dark
1 . f ii .a'
room ; out mere was apparently no
At last, by a judicious fee, I pre
vailed upon the man to allow us to
bolt one! door on the inside, so that
we would not feel quite in durance
vile. I . -
The clock struck, the porter, hur
rying us into the dreary little den,
went away with his light before we
could get more than a glimpse of our
'It is consolation to know that the
guard is on duty outside I said, try
ing to stifle a sigh. ,
'Perhaps we are not alone in this
dreadful place, after all,' said Letty,
stumbling over a chair ; 'and some
oue may jump at us out of the dark
ness.', . . -j -;
r At this cheerful suggestion I be
thought me of some wax matches in
ray satchel, and, lighted one, shield
ing its flame as welt as I could from
observation outside. ' ,
We hastily explored our prison a
tall iron stove, a table, some cane
chairs and two- long benches with
hard leather cushions, none of them
inviting repose ; but of other living
presence than our own there was no
;. Pillowed upon our waterproofs-and
each other, we tried to snatch an
hour's sleep, but I, at least became
preternaturally wakeful. Here were
we, two: unprotected women, dropped J
down . at an obscure little , wayside
station at dead of night, with not a
soul nearer than the mile-distant
hotel to help - us in case of need.
There' were suspicious characters lu'rk
iug about, and our only protection
a glass door and the guard, ' who
might 1 be a coward, or a knave;; we
could be .robbed and murdered, and
no one would know. 1 -
The guard's slow, heavy step pass
ing at Jong intervals, and the gleam
of his lantern on- his scarlet cap gave
me a little sense of security, but I
was .very miserable nevertheless, and
heartily wished we had not disobeyed
Xapal 'In the midst of my reflection,
I , heard , steal thy : steps apprpaching
the inner door of the waiting room
and the grating of a key quietly turn
ed in the lock. I began trembling
iolentlyj and the ; next 3 Instant, to
my horror, t he door opened and the
dark-faced man whom I 1 had. seen
through- the window; of" , the coffee
room, crept softly in with a dim lan
tern in his hand.,' , , , rXslt
'Listen he said, in German iri'a
hoarse". whisper,"Bxing me with his
evifee, 'if you " are quiet and sensi-
ble I wilLdo you no lialroV buVif
.make the leasi" tdislurbance, I
know ' bow, to V silence ? you land ? he
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m end the yonug oneu weats "oa - tier-
finger and any other jewels aiid mon
ey that you may have' about voiu Be
quick aud s silent S'gtve'-: me : these.
lungs, and make no resistance as you
value your lives ' f'-. :-? r ,
l snpposcrIYiX"Very? white and
trembl ib, for lLetfy' saidf iu a firm
voice that astonished. me ili. .r!'. . f
Do as he i saysHelenour!Hves
are worth nvore.than!a t few Irumpery 1
1t ! pushed ,.our smallptnwntafrbeeriby
towanl the robber with! my foot Vhei Imdiiwcsted WniselF Hi
uit' t n the
&f his lantern oa the
LDle. find be-
an undoing the straps of the. port- m
QanteauTt'Mi'-;--.') , jvij
How. eagerly and vainly we irsten-
ea jor iue tramp toe guaru at tnat
moment, ' but bor appeared to ' have
The rascal evidently thinks the
dtheV door is locked oq'J the outside,
as he is not watching uss said Letty,
gliding like a phamtoai toward the
oor next tue piattorm ! ?u ;' '
: VV'hilethe ; m an busily ' overhauTed
bur effects - she slipped the bolt; with
as little noise as if fit glided over
velvet, ana men saiu io me ; .
'I am? going to make one bold ef-
fort toVSave my ring ; I shall dash
that man's lantern to the ground with
this bundle of rshalls-f-in the dark
ness we shall have the ) advantage of
him, as no obstacle is between us and
the door. We can rush . out ? and
scream for the guard,'aud I am sure
this wretch will not dare to follow
'Oh, but Letty, ! the danger V I
moaned ; the man could not under
stand us, so we could say what we
chose.' :- - )
'Don't think of the anger but be
ready to open the door as I smash the
Lettie, with a rell ; directed aim
sent our thick roll ofj shawls flying
over the table, and wie were all in
The next instant rav sister and I
were rushing like mad creatures down
the platformshrie'kihg for the guard
whose slouching figure we could see in
the distance. j I
Strangely enough he did not or
would hear us, - and, horror of hor
rors, the'burglar wa hurrying after
us, the light of hi lantern gleaming
upon his knife blade 1,
Letty, in despair, put her silver
whistle to her lips and blew till its
peculiar note rang out like a clarion
in the still alr! h I . '
Directly afterward! we heard the
sound of hastily : approaching foot
steps, h'ethef for good" or 'evil we
could not tell. ' j , .
Letty's courage had. failed, her, and
she leaned on me half fainting with
fright, when a voice calling, in Eng
lish. 'Hallo 1 What is the matter?
What are you rascals ?doing?' reviv
ed her. ' ' . .
. Two men came. running toward us
pne of whom, to our amazement and
delight, we recognize as Mr. Mor
daunt, our traveling companion. f '
We hung uron him, and hovered
over him with tears hysterical laugh
ter,; and incoherent thanks, and du
ring our confused , explanations did
not notice that both robber and
guard quietly disappeared.
"Mr. Mordaunt accounted for his
presence as follows As he left us in
the coffee-room he noticed a suspi
cious looking Tpair of fellows about
the platform "who seemed to be dis
cussing us ; the waiters also were
talkingttogether over ; the vagaries of
the two Amerikanerinnen who were
going to spend r the night at the sta
tion, and Mri Mordaunt concluded
that we might jbo subjected to annoy
ance if nothing more, f
He therefore decided to await him
self for the next trains and not liking
to intrude further upoji us had whil
ed away the time smoking and chat
ting with anloUier belated traveler,
within sight of our temporary prison.
He had strayed ome - distance
down -the "road, when the sound of
Letty'a whistle reached his ears as a
sound of distress.
U ,I.rj lLm. :J j I c !-.! i. rrt .!'-Jam Ufsjw.ll iKiLl 1im I
ii wuicu ue ima eiuereu, ine otner made his ilariiig. a
rhscaliy uaHl UxXtik deserfef his
. , . . . UW VIII .IC.-IVUCIi
I' at nriii.tafJ? .r --Tits
Presently lights were J seeir cj-np
preaching; tmd " kfef sleep v-1bt)k?ng
men tije'red " wonderTuglvfjoni.j
5AdolC 'Harley tlroiJmgbtgaaVdriri a
drahkeo-sleepl HdllrtisS Uis bost
- It Was flttPrW-irfl ttziirxmrA
?J?H the real gtiardi u bad
peen jl ruggef o ver bisj veti log glaa
nnnn' 1 i.ttir nn1 ma
He,pply0 gpt,nie! ihauarrins
'4tf';1- ii' t1tl 5?lKT '' I Jdllf.
gljcrita, tindipn thefblbwint day wei.
wtli,ihereuist fbr ,itha. band, of a his
younger daughter--iifrifafrfog?, wte-1
quest'Whfch my father coli Id notH
fase1 ifati-Uf looted ; fnlotvri-
uiaoi. eyes. . ' .. . .t ... ,
, Beautiful and Brave.
ma- h v Si I '- -i:
The gifted D&VVm; Ta xMagb j preach
ed a sermon ?ia Brookljpr last Sunday,
with. reference to Deep-ration day. Among
other things he said; m -. .
llTL!. ' l t1 . a
"auis annual ; oecorauou :ot graves
finds us in more thorough peace, than in
any previous year,, This last 1 week . the
General AssejgablX-Ot-the Presbyteiiau
Church South has made overtures to the
General Assembly of the ..Presbyteiiau
Church North,-and that closes the. last
gap eclesiastical and the last gap .nation
al. Thi year, the graves of the northern
and southern dead arcahke covered with
out any protest. Time has come o cov
er up all the scars , of battle. The dead
are at peace. Why not the living T They
suffered more than we. -Cauuot we, who
suffered less,, be at peace T The boys in
blue and those in grey went dowu into
the same tent for .tlo night. . They 4put
their heaus on the fame pillow of dust
They have .stacked thei rearms. They
have 'ended .their march., .Thev have
fought their last ; battle. , Sleep,' on . great
host of 1 etlerals nnrConfeiatf , till the
moruiug- light shall , break, through the
nics oi iiieieiirs . aoU truuu.ytH suai
sound the reville "of the lediiijeetinji
seems to me very much like tliia: Two
brothers get into nn awful tiht aud thev
are both slaiu. The mother hears about it.
She comes dowu and sees thetu stretched
And so our northern and .southern broth
ers went forth into the counict aud they
fell. Now, . th' 'eeklcji" t'bo .VX'I1'
states uovernuient. tue mother of us all.
come- down to the field, and .putting one
arm over the grave of the northern men.
aiid the other arm over the grave of the
southern men, pronounce the benediction
upon them all. :
It seems to me that there has been
enough suffering on both sides to satisfy
the WoKrnian on earth and the, worst
devlf lutielf, "At Arlington lleights . ten
years ago a southern woman put a wreath
ou the grave of Ler fallea husband, A
northerh'man with epaajets, came up,
took the wreath, tore it to pieces and
then threw it to the winds.
II had thO
epaulets of -a soldier but he had no sol
dier's heart. ! I. would that all the gar
lands that have ever been lain on . the
graves of northern and southern men
were lifted and linked together, each gar
land a link, aud with that long, bright,
beautiful chain this whole laud might be
bound together in peace and amity
Wiid -cherry is a, wood forrhich a large
demand has sprung up in the United
States. . .In suppingthe place of Wjalqut
cherry, is a. very. valuable wood aud goodj
care should be taken pf the growing trees
It is jsed very ,tensively ja,iaking
ebonized fwnitate. ; I t has- .y very, closo
grain, takes the best stain aud capable of
hich polish. Besides its use in furniture
thing lying tn,adat corner. I
wviwib nit; luan a unura. inniprn nnn mii wiiii
When Wpa . returned, .five., days
later. KoDinev Mordaunt met , him
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on tlie grass, one kneels between the m. V J r i If""?!
Wli A lillttf rfklita !! 11'Altlwl l.iutlivu nel r S "N.
otner- arm arounu. llwuias. hue Uakm , , , . , .
, lot fit .'i ifxijtai
tn.t tifsiih fn tliitiL a-fift iirli- i.fl m ii i3
niiinli Mne wtAfV of.A lr0L.-AA fli.ni 1-kl f'1- J . Lm Tk3k3R
cherry U a hrplj.lm th. interl f; wim . g $
Uncs of railway cars and publio build- bas ho iwuse ren, aorjjtorfl ireot, jwjrcierlts to tare, ?
. b ' - r r becaascUlOKT Go to J. L. W lUGUT tor cheap ;
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rrinrr bnnwji nil overi TXA
Bicbard King, Know tut over, texas
a1 lh Wat ns "The Cattle Kinc." is, a
small, swarthy Irishman, with a limping,
gait. His lameness is due to the carcJess ;
way in which a brokeOrlegwas Bis
cattle and.hU troop, of horses and mules
are estimated at 500,000. , j.u m ; I
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viwd, tor the sale thWr own UxWi Hd- . -
- mental mmtnt n f 1ttttA li.iw , f !
?lt,8 ai"of the most delicate constitution
. w -.is uimuiluj ana iu irviorati ve .
J. Khopks browne, Preset,. CQAaTSeCy .
A Some Ocmpany,Seekihg
Term Tinliraft writipn -ntt- TWmH nd v '
Premiums ia &bh9 C)rie:half cash and ,ba
ancc in tweive monuis.:- t ituutrni
D' .f--wn U-Wtiit.
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;;QRE4T ;BEDUCTIP :
1 cordially, in vite'tho public, generally
.ISHtb the aduKerated UpMn of comraefd, pre-
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! T f,.0l inaHHil iii n.ci finer thnf-mV hntt -!
exi)erienco under- first-das wbrkuetf in
ail the newest and niodera 'sty hT8T and
that the workmanship is :cqonl to any of
the' best' in tho- eountryv I , do not' say
,tba my work is superior to alljoUierft l
on reasonable, will not exoggehi to Infer- r
de to accomplislrsale. Iy endenVor is
to please and give each customer the Val
ue of every dollar they leave with mev j.'
PEICES 35 .50 Per Cent 'Ctaiis. '
. than ever offered in this tewn. before. .'
Call at once or send for price list and.de
sigHS. SatisfMCtiont gaarant'd or no charge."
. 'Jlie erection of marble is the last W6rk
of j-espeiitiwhichwe pajSi 4oke- memory
of,departed Xnends; m.I u i ; i
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sooliss Bacoo Lard, 8pr and Coffe Molaftse
tc..c. Kast Corner, ol Lee and Fisher rxreeU
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