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70L X2V-HTaiaD SERIES
SALISBURY. N. ' C.i HOVEHBER 16, 1882.
! ' i HvO 1 T(A 1 in O ! 7 nvir-ra: Knvnv 6 Tn 7 ,
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t The Carolina Watchman, j
l u.lflSIIKI)'lN-THK YEAIt 1832.
- Wonnd -faetbra the advance of this
. nn nave, uctu r . . ' i a
1 Vs .rTi nMt which tones
irfli??! malaria, rdepurates and enriches
tf bSMTwnS thePlivertWhendormant.
nwSnotea a regular habit of body.
l i generally.
v r r r,
o-l A. i-
J. Rhodes BROWNE, ?rest. w if. u. uuakt, ecx-
Prompt, MiaWe, Literal!:'
Term jiolicles written on Dwellings.
Prcniilims nnvftble One-iuilf cash and bal
ancc u iweive mqnin.,: g ;
" .' I V . 1 I
J. ALLEN BROWN. Aet..
21;Cjh ? fl balmbory, N. O.
5 -.. VI t
. HOVELS AND
45:tr. I !
ERIIOUS OF YOUTH,.
AIGektlemas 1io snilcred for years from
Nervous Dfij.iTY. Premature Decay.
: for the
he efftjetiof voullifnl Lndiscrtlion, will
ake.ofBii fieri liuryanity, send Ireeto
j f. ji i i . i .- i . .
i, wie recipe ana aireciion ior
inij'le remedy by which lie was
Safleptrs iwisliiiig. to profit hi the ad-
iei5 expefinice cm doiso bv addressingm
JOHN li. Op DEN,
Cedar St.. New York
GEEAffi j REDUCTION
TJIE PRIONS OF
I MonirEtots ands0ravc-Stbnes of
cofdirillvlirtvite the oublic irenerallv
to : an fiisnectiiurt)!' mv Stock and Work.
I fepl justified Sii asserting that iny past
exiHPi.sicc ''under first-class workmen in
all ihef newdst Kiul modern styles, and
that tie Worfcrfiiinship is equal to any of
ieiiKt in the icoutitry. 1 do not say
that ijy work is; superior to all others, I
aw jesbnabe i ill not exaggerate m or
ier (tojaccoinpUsji a saTe. My endeavor is
to please and give each customer the val
. Delivery dohir they leave with me.
nffJES 35 t 50.Per Cent CHEAPER
I tla ever oeled in this town before.
Val nft once of? send for in ice list and de-
4SnsJSatisfii(-t iAii mfiinrjint'd or no charce.
erect io'tt if marble is the last work
ect which wo navi to the - memory
tented friehdsi I
JOHN S. HUTCHINSON.
;bury, N; p., Nov, 1, 1881.
lldMoljeiI by mutual consent.
mm of li U.; Crawford & Co. is
A .return mv 5Appi thnnlra tn n (roni.mna
P"llv for the liberal patronage bestowed
"pwUme during the last !l7 years, and re
Wtfully ask ji pCrs()p8 indebted to the
ti f ?aU at OUco and make settlement. -M'f
business !will be continued by my
lormw partners, Samuel Taylor and W. S.
J'wUmer, and ! sak for them the same lib-
rT. 8 l:wrae bfcstdwed noon the ld firm.
oficr'mv snlendid P,riV Rtnro
ns Iloue and Four Uuiluinji lots for
II. Ii. CRAWFORD.
iREMSMBER 1 THE
: 1,1 ! .. ' !
Iu a Sunbeam.
In a Rnnb am eyelids wLitef?
Hiding inerr.vi 8imrkliiiff eyes
Cm la half bwrti half tnrned gold
at aie tlw! labv lies, i !
t Bnt a little gurgling langh, f
From w uii ted lips steal out j
What jh babies, fast Asleep I-
. In a sunbeam, dream about Tf
Jul$ and flowers i
Hutteillies and honey-bees j
Peaches, cherries, 'i
ni'I'iM', ucti ice, . : "
jiiiich suii;iur in t no
ringing in xn
li ras till q ver.: 5 -
Fr aidant clover,
Da'iidelions golden bri
CMiicken peeping, . ,
Squirrels leaping, '
e.vetl cows in daisy jneadows,
SweetTrarui milk and yellow cream
Of all these, when hi a sunbeani
- llabies lall afleep, they dre.mi.i . ;
Madge EUiot,Mi Balthcins Monthly.
A COAT POOSET.' I
Aslley Cowper, hat i hand, was
just turning the handle of the Street
door, when a soft call from the stair
top made hini -pause. I I
Are you 'goingto the postoffice.
Astley?" 1 j I
'No, not exactly, but near jiti X!
there anything you want done? 1
'Only this letter to post and a girl
ish shape flitted down the stairs, Ast-f
ley watched her as she descended, and
with suddenly sharpened recognition
of the faef, said to himself, 'what a
pretty gir Rosamond is !' j ! '
Brothers are not always so alive to
their sister's charms, but the fact was
that rarely iu her life had .Rosamond
Cowper been so near to a perfect
beauty as that moment when she came
down the stairs case, letter in hand ;
her cheeks flushed wi til the deepest
pink ; her jeyes shining, and her red
lips parted with I know, not what
happy stir of emotion and expectancy.
Two long braids of pale brown hair,
thick and glossy as those of German
Gielchen, jhmig down her back.!" On
the fair forehead clustered a fringe of
light waving rings, not cut and train
ed after the manner of the convention
al bang, but a happy freak of; nature
The slender figure in its white dress
had all the, rounded grace of veitth and
ptrfect health. Over all was an air
oi virginal iresnness. inuescrioauu
hut ciiariiHng. it waa one ot hiosh
bel momemt which comes at times to
most youiig creatures.
But Rosamond was too much pre
occupied to be conscious of her looks
as she handed the letter to her broth
er, wiflrti Hirers that trembled a little,
and said anxiously, 'you won't lose it.
will yoiiAstley ? r
'Certaiuly wot; with a superior
.smile. He stuffed it carelessly into a
side-pocket of his coat, a coat made
like the rest of his suit, of that im
maculate White duck in which young
swells delisrht to array themselves in
hot July weather. .
Forth lie went, clean, a1er, hand
.some the very picture of a luxurious
young fellow enjoying a summer hoi
iday. No thought of betraying Rosa
mood's trust was in his mind,'and his
steps had j already turned toNvapl the
postoffice jwhen a jdog-cart drejW up
suddenly ami a cheery hail roused his
attention, jT , ;: ..
'Well met, old fellow. Invas jus
going round to ask if you felt like a
game of tennis. AhelJorrers seutjM
note earlyj in the moruiug, to; as me
to come dowirtothe Croft to luncheon
and a game, and to bring you.' j
All right, I will.' Astley jumped,
into the cart and in another moment
was bowling down the road toward
the Croft-f-a pretty country place some1
three miles distant. Rosamond's com
mission w?s clean forgotten, j
Tennis jwas followed by luncheon,
then by more'terinis" and a conversa
tion undef the shade of the branching
cedars, wliich flanked the ground.
Then pretty Mabel Torter proposed
a walk, a tid led the way through a,
grassy valley to the gorge beyond,
where a littfe brook tore its will wayi
from higher levels to the water mea-j
ddws below. 1 I i
The rocks- over which the party
climbed were very slippery here and!
there, and saving Mabel from a fall,j
Astley himself had a tumblej trifling
in Uself, liut damaging to tlie duck
suit; so damaging in fact that the!
suit went to the laundress next day.
Before jfs return the weather had
changed to that odd, almost autumnal
coolness which checkers aud Jtempersi
the heat of our American summers. j
It was some time before Astley had
occasion to wear them again.! ( When;
it was taken for use, by mere iccideutj
he was searching for something in the
pocket, when his astonished fingers
encountered and drew forth ja rather
thick, flat hard square of paper for
which he could in no way account.
V Mb. Dv Edgab, i
I P. Box 5-4
S y New-Y
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Whv. wnat does ;.
. '... I
still iuteni on the disorganized frag-1
iuehtst 'Put stay this isn ta letter
this mean? I have had no letter rom J what l otignt to cioaooui mm. ixoin
hlm rnflpkwl the astonished Astley. ing I can say makes any difference.'
n T ' . II' : fT 1 1
rom mm out to mm. now comu -
it get mto my pocket? -1 t ifejccursion to IJamptou jUoart, hntl his
i there a entence could ber.frienu busily engage! in craming Ins
made outtor parts at Bentence'?. ..; x.
am: so very. verv liapPT. out l can t
ell lyou about that- until'-'Queht to.
lave got Your letter fourftlays ago.'
'So you needn't go to Europe, you see,1 f
for,tand then aJblrrecli signature
'Ubme soon to you own Ros . :
Ut flashed across , him .tnen. J his
fas! the letter which i Rosamond had
given )iim to post: foiir weeks ago. It'
lad lain in his pocket all tins time,
and had gone through tbe waslv be-J
side&T Here wasa pretty kettle ot fish!
Quickly his mind nuTover the dis
jointed phrases, reading lhe" half ob
literated meaning-'bet ween the lines.'
The letter1 was 'iii Veply Uo an offer
from Edgar, there routd" be no doubt
of that. v '
lAstley had alvrayV suspected that
tlijere'was a tendenicss in that quarter.
And Rosamond had said 'yes.
What must she have been thinking
and feeling all these weeks? . , ,
And then a groan escaped from
Astley as it flashed upon his mind
that it was only a fortnight since lie
had read Dwight Edgar 8 name in the
list of 'sailed for Europe;' read it aloud
wiiti some careless comment.
Rosamond was in, the room, he re
collected. What had she said ? Had
she said anything? He seemed to re
member that she got; up quietly and
left the room. ;
How should he ever tell her? And
what use to tell,: when Dwight was
gone, gone for years likely as noli?
T)h, what had his carelessness done?;
.'I suppose he went because he
thought she had nothing to say to
Kim he said to himself, miserably.
Ihe sound of the dinner bell inter
rupted his unpleasant meditations,
and he went down feeling as though
he ought to be hanged.
Rosamond was in her usual place,
neat, graceful, smiling even : but stu
dying her face closely he noticed an
cnort in the smile aud cheerfulness.
The sweet face was a little thinner;
the wild rose bloom, which was its
characteristic, had paled to a fainter
pink, and Astley heard his mother
ask, 'headache again, my child ?' And
the patient answer, 'just a
With increased remorse he execrat
ed his carelessness. What ought lie
iLong and deeply did he study over
the question. At last he took a half
maul v, half-cowardly resolution. Con-
Jess his delinguincy ; to his sister he
absolutely dared not, but that night
he wrote to Dwight Edgar, made a
full exposition of his fault, and in
closed the faintly blotted scrap which
said so little aud meant so much.
: Hits done, he set himself to wait
for the moment when he could pro
duce eyidence that, so far as in him
lay. he had made amends for his mis
doings, and till theu he resolved to be
i Astley was right in his guess
Dwight Edgar had gone to Europe a
deeply disappointed man. In the let
ter, to which Kosa s was
he had written : 'Don't say no. I could
not bear that, nor could 1 give your
gentleness the pain of. uttering the
word. I will wait two weeks and if
at their end you have said nothing ; I
shall go abroad and travel till I can
bear to come home again.' !
! Not a wise arrahgment this, consid
ering what chance's and changes, in
cluding postoffice laxities, are involv
ed in this mortal life; but lovers are
not always wise.
The two weeks passed without word
or token, each slow day deepening his
hopelessness, and at their end he sail'
ed. His final arrangements were made
in a hurry, and he had been glad to
accept a friend's benevolent offer of
half a stateroom on tire overcrowded
steamer. It was benevolence very
poorly rewarded, for John Blajrden
found him very dull company.
I For the first few hours he made
some little effort at conversation, then
he dropped all pretenses sat in moody
silence, staring at the dim backward
horizon from which each stroke of the
paddies carried them farther and far
It was no better after they reached
London. The two men took a set of
rooms together at the Langham, but
to all plans for pleasuring Dwight
turned a deaf car.
i 'Go by yourself, that's a good fel
low, he said.; 'I won t bore you with
my d ul 1 ness. I '1 1 j ust si t here ti 1 1
postlime and read the American news
1 'And that is what I left him at',
explained John Blagden to a mutual
acquaintance encountered in the cof
fee-room. 'Pouring over an old Her
aid. '"'twelve days out what an occu
pation for a man to take up in Lou
. Poor Dwight, I never saw a fellow
so changed in my lite. He sail cut up
about something, and I wish I knew
what, for really, I have no potion
' . T . .
A.nd nothing did make . any differ -
ence tin, a ween auer.inis conversa-
'? " C- T ' ' .' . ' '.1 P. "
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uon, aut. liiaguen reiurney ironi an
Deiongtngs ; into a tortmauteau, with
a Jigut " in nis eves; and a Cfiior in his
cheeks which made him seem a difP
' nmi, i ''v-n
" ThuiStates !
kV hy, what
werp going to
Paris wit li' iuy o i ; TtjesVhjiyyou said.'
iiitcnu, out 1 vc
had letters and :nu.5t
t;et back as soon
as possible.' : ij t 1 .
t 'Nothing wr.ingI hope ;, ; ;
lNot at ;d, ; Mirie lh41 contrary;
t Marvel in 'gre'atlyTJolin Blagden
turned to tJio table, Svhere, amid torn
wrappers nod tnher debris of a just
arrived mail, Hy'a sln-et of closely
written pnpt-r vvitli ?v little heap on it
of something old and blotted. 'What's
that ?' he asked, with a natural curi
osity, toppiur to examine it.
l).v.gh: rM:ir fiiatohe l it up. 'It's
It's nothing,' hu explained 'only
a letter I've had.' Then breaking into
a laugh at his friend's discomfited
countenance, the first real laugh
which John had heard hi ni give since
they left America, Iiq added :
'Never mind, old i boy, I'll explain
someday. It's all right, at
hope it , is, and I know I've
dull, unsocial dog) all this time.
You've been awfully goodTto put up
with me, and I'll try to make amends
next time we meet.'
Meanwhile the days were passing
heavily enough iu far-away America,
where Rosamond bore her secret pain
She had kept a knowledge of her
plighted faith a chtice secret, not to be
revealed until Dwitrht should come.
When he failed to come, pride kept
her silent still.
The news of this departure struck
in her heart like a biow. ; What did
it mean ? 'I will not be base, or little,
or suspicious,' she told herself; 'there
is some blunder. He will come back.
he will explain.' ; j,
But weeks of Fuspense and uncer
tainty passed. "She could school her
words and her manner, but not her
face, and that; fair face began to look
piteous and wan. I!
. Astley, watohinc t her with com
punctious anxiety, felt an ever-deep
ening heartache. Three weeks had
passed since his letter of explanation
was posted. , Any hour might bring
a response, and he haunted the post
office with a pertinacity inexplicable
to his father.
'I can't stand it much longer,' he
told himself. 'If that fellow isn't
heard from by to-niorrow night I
shall make a clean breast of it to Rosa,
and confess the whole thing.
And the next evening, 'that fellow'
still not being heard from, he did it.
Rosamond, spirit-fair and fragile in
her white uress, was sitting on tne
moonlight, and sitting at her feet he
plunged into media rps.
'Rosa, do you recollect a letter you
gave me to post more than a month
'Yes,' with a little gasp.
Well, I forgot it.'
'Oh, Astley!' j
'Yes; it was in my pocket, you
know. I was going straight to the
office, but something internirpted me
lawn tennis at the Portf ra, I believe
and then I sent my ooat to the
wash with the letter still in it. I nev
er found it out till the confounded
tiling came back some days after. As
I put it on I happened to feel in the
pocket, and there it was what was
left of it.'
Rosamond sat perfectly still. Not
a sound came from tier 'lips. Astley
wailed an instant, a if hope of an
answer, and then went on :
''llosa, darling, you mustn't mind,
but I couldn't help seeing who the
letter was for, and that that it was
something of consequence. : It was all
blotted and blurred, but a word or
two could be made out here and there.
I was awfully cut up about it. 1
couldn't bear to tell you, and I didn't
know what to do. At hst I wrote a
full explanation to Dwight, and I put
the scraps in ray letter.'
There was a riiig of hope and of
dismay in the exclamation. So ab
sorbed were both that neither noticed
that someone swung the gate just
'Yes, I did. It went three weeks
ago yesterday, and by to-morrow you
ought to hear from him, that is if he
happened to be in London when the
mail got in. I didn't ineaii to tell you
till his letter came, but I could wait
no longer. Just say you forg Why
what is it ?' as Kosamond sprang
to her feet with a cry, 'Dwight!
'She's fainted !' exclaimed Astley,
in an awe-struck tone, as hi sister's
Ifead dropped heavily on his arm.
But happiness is a better restorative
than burnt feathers, and in a; little
Rosa m ond was able to assu re ;
Astley of her forgiveness, to smile
i r t r.- i f-
'Halloa ! I'm glad you ve come, old
XeHowV'I IU."!)':lt nic.f 3 V " ''.
mmii, train at
and ask questions, and finally be left
on Uie door steo for a lono
talk, with her truant correspondent.
When I saw "Mrs. Dwieht Edar
at " Newport last venr.' r!i
her i wrist a slender Vlmin to K71,
- - aaVM
was attached a loc?lrits nUi i;7l wB
big moonstone. 5 1 ?
Within was a simrular little wad nf
what1 looked Mike paper Wliich had
be n wet and pressed together. When
askttt what it could i be. she an
swered; evasively; 'Oh, papier machc:
a ou oi. an old letter Uwio-hi. mfit.a
me wear. There's quite a Ktorv aUnit?
it, but it's two long to tell.' " 1 . 1
W r . . . r ' -
t lPf llllGhllwl A inn .11 -...1 I Jf
seeifig that I was curious, he told me
..uucu, vuiii iicu, uiiii inter.
the 5tory that I have told to you.
her voice." 'He's the most fuirfumlnr
creature you ever saw, always fideet-
nig auu lussnig ior icar ne may have
forgotten something. -If ho lives tnf be
hundred, you may depend upon it
he will never again forget another
letter in his coat pocket.' Youih'
! Cotton Stalk iforaffe.
The Scientific American savs that
Edward Atkinson has; found a iew
element in the cotton crop of impor
tance to Southern farmers, which is
that for each bale of cotton there are
fifteen hundred nonncls of stoma
which are very rich in' nhosrth.nf nf
lime and potash. When Ground and
mixed with ensilage or cottonseed
meal (which is too rich 'for use as fod
der In large quantities,)! the stem mix
ture makes a superior cattle food, rich
in an tne elements needed for fh
production of milk, meat and bone.
It is believed that this utilization of
the cotton stems, hitherto a nuisance,
will) prove to cotton growers a new
source of wealth, and in many parts
greuuy lacnuaie me raising or stock,
by furnishing a substitute for gram.
:; ) ! i
Wixdmilts have not gone out of
use yet by any means. Two of large
pumping capacity were shipped re
cently from New York city for Guau-
tanamo, Uuba. 1 he iron work of one
of these mills weighs oyer 9,000 lbs.,
and the outfit was intended for pump
ing from a well 150 feet deep. Each
of the windmills was complete in,: all
its parts, having a large tower made
of Georgia pine to support it, and
pumps, pijies, connections, etc. The
turntable of the larger mill, wh'ich
supports the crank shaft, weighs 2,
250 pounds. It is surprising that
more windmills are not used in this
country. Qirutian at Work. '
A Washington correspondent .'has
discovered iu the basement of the Cap
itol an old man, acting as substitute
for an engineer, who formerly was
a member of the House, and subse
quently lieutenant governor of his
State. The love of rum has degrad
ed him from the halls ofCongress
down into the cellar, and instead of
$5,000 a year he is paid $18 a month
to manage the elevator for other peo
mm i o - i
Floods prevail in England. ;
A famine threatens Western Ireland.
: One. hundred and thirty one failures
: Mrs. Seoviue lias been ueciareu insane
but cannot be found. '
! In Great Britiau there m a sheep on
every aero and one-third of cultivated
land. In this country there is an aver
age of but one sheep on thirty-four
' The agricultural and mechanical; ex
hibits this rear, in North Carolina and
Virginia, have been the best ever known
in all respects. When the farmers iand
mechanics prosper, peace, pleuty ,and
hanDine8S prevail. Thank Heaven for it
It is rumored in Virginia that Mahone,
the wrecker of railroads and of the char
acterof his State, istoilie President of
Mm Richmond and Danville Road. That
suggestion gives us a contempt for the
English language for its dearth of words
to eipress our horror at such a calamity.
: 1 - ' i
i Greensboro Typhoid fever is
prevailing in the settlements between
Keedy Fork and Haw river. . We, had
bnr second crop of Irish potatoes dug to
day and found mauy as fine as the first
crop. We regret to learn that Clias.
Lewis got hia left arm broken from hav
ing bis buggy upset Saturday night laat.
1 A prominent French scientist haa made
a careful investigation of the sources of
possible danger in tho use of coal gaa.
Iu unburnt gas the injurious element is
found to be carbonic oxide. Where a
tit mini of escaping gaa passes over ground
nt alrpAdv saturated, the earth absorbs
the 6dor of the gas, after which it; tnay
permeate dwelliugs.or other buiufiugs
Wif limit lK-iiir? detected, but still retain-
and bciuir no
Icas explosive. f
Ana you never saw any one sote-!
mnutru as Disney is,.evcr fince then, i
added Rosa'moiid, with hiut?htr in'i
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY
I.argo Assortment of Ladles' Cloaks and Shawls
LADIES' HATS AMD TRIMMGS-HEirS HATS AND CAPS.1
BoaiaraND shoesa specialty. vo keep tiicHsa
AUM1B K UUATS OTCOTTON. Ncw gnnnlT officentTHi
Full stock of Glass
Bt Flour Meats, Snsar, Coffee TEAS. Rice, Potat.es, Canned Fruits, Pure Lard; 4
Corn, Bran, Meal, New Orleans Molasses and 8jrups, &c. Full assortment of Family i
j t Mediciues including Quinine. ,
VUB ana xnree-iourm ids. cotton Sacking- at 9 Cents. Wew Ties
ak l-75 Ier bundle. Three lb. Cans Tomatoes at 15 cents.
a OMKJOATS nt $2.00. 33 est lO cts. Stieor,
xry u. ijc sure to see our Goods before you
- w v uuj mm mjji
Nov. 1, 1882.
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In addition to the
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i STATE. r
We also handle
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""I - -
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ADDRESS at onee, 1 -
EDWARD A. OLDHAM,
Editor and Propretor.
Wilmington, N. C. ,
HOUSE & LOT III SALISBURY!
By virtue of a Vcn&itur Exponas and ex
ecution issued out of the Superior Court of
Rowan County, in favor of Meroney & Bro.
against Obe Atwell and Chal. Atwcll, in
iny hands for collection, I will sell at pub
lie anction, at the Court louse door in tho ,
town of Salisbury, on the 27lh day of No- -vcmber,
1882, all the right, title, interest
and estate of the said Obe Atwell and Chal.
Atwcll, in and to the following real proper
t p, viz : A house and lot in the North Ward
of the town of Salisbury, adjoining the lot-ofD-
A. Atwell and others, where the said
O. M. Atwcll now re ides.
Terms, Cash. Dated at Salisbury, Jim
18th day of Octolier. 1882.
C. C. K RIDER, Sh'tfr