POL XW. THIRD; SERIES
SALISBURY, H. C HARCH 22,-1883.
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Ihe Ganolina Watchman,
rT YBLISIIED IX THE YE All 1832.
BRlfcE, $1.50 IN ADVANCE.
tl - CELEBRATED
tS'il' STOMACH .(P,
InvtlitU who e recovering TiUl stamina,
declare ' in grateful terms their apprecia
tion of the merit u a tonic, of Bostetter'a
Stomach Bitters. Not only does it impart
trenetA to the wek, but it also corrects
i m irregular acid state i of the stomach,
makesthe bowels act at proper intervals,
rives else to those who suffer from Rhea
maticind kidney troubles, and conquers as
Veil accprevenu iever ana ague.
forale by all Druggista and Dealers
t , ffeneraur. i
Senator Vance in New jYork. "Physical persecution of the Jews has
T : ceased in all nations of the highest
The New .York papers contain ac- civilization and it is with unspeaka
counts of Governor Vance's lecture blc pride that I aiinonnte that to-
there, ajew days since, on "The Scat- night; but there remains among us
tered Natian." j As the" majority; of still an unreason ale prejudice of which
pur readers have never heard this fa- I am heartily ashamed.' 1 In this age
nious d iscourse nor seen so good a re- and i n these Un i ted Stati-s, so boast
port of it, we reproduce the New York fid of toleration, there is still evidence
tvoria 8 account, as follows :: j that the prejudice ot two thousand
At: Chicken ne Half last evenine years ajo is yet alive, tin this, our
Senator Z. B. Vance, of North Caro- owu land, where wars have been wag-
. s' - . . i I- '' -'' - m. - 'mm" mm-- Jm t
una. delivered a lecture before the- ed and constitutions violated tor llie
Young ; Meu's Hebrew Association, benefit of L the African negro, where
his subject being "The Scattered Na-jlaws and partisan courts alike unite
tion." He said, fur manv.ivpara it to force him into equality with those
had been his opinion that the just men whom he cannot equal, we hear of
oi ina age nau agreai tuny loperiorm je,,?&,e fcyvst uu iwjviu6
in respect to the Semitic race : that men, kinsmen of Him whom we adore
great reparation was to be made for as the son of God, ignominiously turn
the irrcater wrontr that had I been in- ed out of liotels ot the sons ot men
flicted, and the withholding of this so j who have grown rich by the selling
lont? seemed to be an nucrnentation of. of a new braud of soap. (Iaughter
flip imiiRfir'M "EVpliiK iliii ilnlv " and aunlause.V Let us learu to iudse
continued the Senator, "twelve vears Jew as we judge other men, by
820 I resolved to turn aside from the ! his merits alone, and, above all, cease
beaten path of the nolilicians and the abomin ible injustice of holding a
makn niv rniitriliiitinii na n nnil!n mnn I class reMKmsible lor the sillS of the
to! the crreat neonle to whoui ! we are so s individual." '
j much indebted.-. Prof.. Matiry, in his
'Geosrrauhv of - the Sea.' tells' of a
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mighty river in the ocean which iafy nans, ana ltomans, tney sun sur
never dry. and which sweeps on ever !yjvea- Christian chnrches ar(
wall current more maiestic than the
And the Times :
r,rtMniiorl lv (lift "P.ffV'litinns As-
havfi sifrned her name to anything to
eotro hpr lover. a3 she i had knot the
least sasDicion that
abandon her. At
the testimony the
he was plotting-'
BOOf, SHOcS & GAITERS, made to
iorn-jLH WorK rlt at, ciass-Seventeen Sears F.x
i perteno..-AU Material ot the best grade, and work
1 doneinpe latest styles , , .mrl
Readinade work nlwaj-3 on hand- Impairing
nently Snl prouint tv rtone. Orrtt rs bv mail prompt
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Amazon or the Mississippi,' whose wa-
4-ters are of a deep blue, so that it can
be distinguished by the p eye , and
whose banks re so well defined that
a ship may float one eud of her in
this stream and the other out of it, so.
reluctant are its waters to mix with
the rest of tlieocean. Antl so there
is a lonely i river in the ocean of man
kind ; the line which separates it from
common humanityis plainly visible
to the eye. It,is the Jewish race-
There is no manwho approaches to
the Jew in his influence oil mankind.
Palestine, his home, was the central
chamber of God's administration. He
was the priest and lawgivier to man
kind, and in all ages the Jews have
been a wonder and an astonishment.
As a nation the Jews ha'vje no longer
an existence but as individuals tney
are scattered all over the clobe. No
other nation can claim such a purity
of blood, arid certainly hone can as
sert such antiquity of descent. The
Jewish people, church and institutions
still exist. All Christian churches
are but offshoots of the I old Jewish
Church. The Saviour of the worh
was a Jew aud so were alLof the ear-
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ters and nine . eitiera prejsem. j
unanimoufly that Keiser was f
not only of Miss Millers two
but also nt falsehood to the , (i
He was therfore deposed at i
'.' m?ll . Culn enn ' n hail
AI las'-All llcr b mu? wnt
bov. -was with his mother duri
trial. She now liVes with frit
rtl ! ILL!. f-I IhuI ill flic
l niiaueiniiitt. i "v
courts is set down Tor April. J
A Deserted Bride.
Cincinnati yews Special.
A sad story coines from Eril
To-morrow the doors of the StaU
natic Asylum mil 'ottpw
roun? ladv whose! iutellect harl
dethronired by the perfidy of '
creant bride-grooni a highly co',
ted young man named D. Dullea
basely fled on the morning f thej
ding day. The parties live at Hi
Creek, a country I village about i
miles from Erie, and tlie name oi v
demented girl is Anna Peterson,dau4
ter of highly respectable resiueuu i
that place. Miss Peterson is' riineteA
. r a .
years old, and is tar above me average
P-h-l. About a year ago Dullea,
young man of considerable property.'!
paid her marked attentions, aud i j
due time trained! her consent to wel
him. The day was set for the wedding
down in Yircinia. who m pp.nirallT
pcsulteu by liis out master ou any affair
V any importance to both. The old
ster was a widower, and when lie
he conscut of a young lauj to raarry
A he eoranianicated the fact to the old
urkj. Mr Lord said Sambo, 'site is i
Jo yoang for you Not a bit of it,' nn-
werea iue master: im still in my
rime.' . Ye,'. replied Sambo, you are
V y oar prime now, bat wait till alio get
.ii: ner prime, men where will yonr prime
A Ixndon correspomlcDt . writing of the
rimu F Wkl . . .1 XT! 1--.
Vonth, sajK "The- friends with whom
Tie consorted were chiefly Americans.
Preham it is because Americans, be in? stran-
irs to royalty in. their own country, are
foot so observant as other people of the
vamriffirhafc tiffcfrpmrn5nl that la nrnnpr in. i
tercourse with princes,that the heir appaent
is so .fond of the -company of citizens of
the United States. Be this as it may the
fact that he generaly associates with Am
ericans when on the Continent is not to be
FLUID. ; ' '
A Household Article for TJnlrertal
For Scarlet aad.l
Sor Throat, Small
i Pox, Measles, and
all Contagions Diseases. Persons watting oa
tb Sick should bn it freely. - Scarlet Few hss
aerer beea knows to spread where the Fluid was
ased. Yellow Frr hu be cured wilh it svfter
black womlt had taken place. The worst .
of Diphtheria yield to it.
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offshoots from Jewish stock. Strike
out all the ! elements of Jewish faith
;rom the Christian religion aud no
thing butsuperstith n is left. We owe
. ' . l . .1 !
o t tie dew, u not me coiicepuou, at
cast the retention of the principle of
monotheism. For sixty generations
he heritage of the Jew was, shame
and despair. The manner hi which
they were persecuted shows that there
is more of the diabolical in the human
breast than ever was hatched j in the
councils of hell. All this they have
survived to become the leaders of the
world in politics, trade, and finance.
It is a notorious fact that the Jews
live longer, are more prolific, and are
less liable to disease than any other
people on the face of the earth. The
average duratiou of human life among
us does not exceed 26 years, the
Jew lives 37 vears. He suffers little
from tho most universally fatal of al
diseases, consumution. He is three
inches shorter than we are, and his
length of arm is less, but his trunk is
longer. What these peculiarities
have to do with his length of life I
Innvo in nli vKinlnoristH to determine.
. i... r. ........ ti,aUtnrp. A few minutes
i-i... .i : xr... v.,u.i I airan'oer rani? the bell and handed,
are lew in liikiii hi lien o o , .
ly Christians. For our conception of siuce they Have no cnance m me lanu :
a God we are undoubtedly iudebted ot wooaeu nm megs auu ieu-nauucu
tottiedew. ! igiunwio.
The lecturer next spoke of the pe
culiar characteristics of Palestine, its
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
Feveredand Sick Per.
on refreshed - sod
Bod Sores pre rent
ed by bathing with
Imparo Air made
harmless sod purified.
For Sore Throat it is a
For Frosted FM
vnuniatas, a ties.
Soft White Complex
ions secured by its use.
. Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it caa't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved and
Barns reliered instantly.
' Sears prerented.
Pyaentery cored. -Weoadi
x An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
1 used the Fluid during
our present sfflictioa with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. Wt. F. Samo
Kis, Eyrie, Ala.
P11TLNO of Small -
A mea:lerof my fam
ily was taken with
SmaU-po. , I used the ,
Fluid : the patient was
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house anin in three :
weeks,- ana no others
had it. J. W. paa
and (the little village was "all toi
mi" over theeveiit. Inendsand rel.
lives from all over the State were
vited to be present at the ccremoi
Kn fine wsa more zealous in maw
preparations than the bridegrol
Th mnrninnr came, and Anna Pc
j i. i e .. . l..
son beuecKeu nerseu iu gar
robef. Trains brought hosts of loj
friends who, as the hour drew if
assembled in the parlor whenj
minister was in waiting to perv
the ceremony. The bridesmaids!
attired as elegautly as theyounff
and the parlors were profusely A
rated with floral and otner ornai;
tal designs. Tlie marriage was t j
solemnized at rioon, aild at 11:54
hrideerroom had not arrived.
fthirm was cxnerienced.as it was kn
lint h Itnfl n nminle of miles to d.
and some allowance was made for,
out of consideration for the ordeaj
Dismissed from the Pulpit.
unequalled richness of soil and its
salubrious climate, -making it essen
tially fitted to bethehonieof an agn
I cultural people such as the Jews were
iathrst. .a lus people, lie saiu, grew
n tcttor nilrlrtsed to the bride. au(
the well-knowii handwriting of
lea. The bride was up stairs waii
for her lover to lead her to the offici
tino- clergyman, but her anxious p
rents were afraid to give her the lette!
The Rev i Mr, Keiser Found Guilty of Fifteen minutes passed and then Mi
Breach of Promise andFalsehood,
Reading, March 13.-The Classi3
of the Reformed Church of this dis-
- OF !
tshVKLL AS THE INTEREST OF
m i Crawford, of tho firm of
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H. R. CRAWFORD & CO.,
Iyi arenowrprepared to supply oar
cNtoiiiers with all kinds of
rich in suite of themselves, and grad- trict, after a secret session lasting all
ually abandoned theirs agricultural yesterday and Jast night in the mqui-
pursuits. He next spoke of tlieir in- ry into the charges ot breach ot prom-
stitiitious and the peculiar tenure by ise of marriage against the Rev. Alex,
which the land was held, coming back S. Keiser, agreed upon a unanimous
at the end of each half century to the verdict at daybreak to-day. xne ltcv.
heirs of its first possessor: .Their gov- Mr. Keiser was lound guilty, n s n-
ernment was in form a! theocratic de- cense to preach was revoked, and his
mocracy; the civil aud ecclesiastical pulpit taken from him. He is twen-
functions were kept apart. Their or- ty-six years old, and was one ol the
ganic law, although given to them by handsomest and most talented young
Uod himself, was required to be rati- rreachers in the State- . Wi,etl a 8tu"
frr, ttmo t tin.o hvrhft wliiile dent he had paid attention to an or-
t....v. .w L 7 I . .11 ' tjr a.llil ' .1. 1
peonle. Their legislation in regard pnan gin, lizzie xv. luuier, meu
to nrrlitiflrv si ffairs -as founded on the 17. They were recognized as lovers
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by the Kev. U. iv. n urn oert,oi w nose
household Miss Miller was a member.
Mr. Keiser went to Ursinus College
most radical democratic principles;
it was in nil its branches thoroughly
representative. Each tribe was inde-
pendent ot all the others, although an
united to form the nation. Their code
of criminal law was most remarkable.
at Collegeville, and during his ab
sence Miss Miller became the mother
of a son. Mr. Keiser implored Miss
In addition to tho . '
. Best Selected Stock of
II A It D, W A R E iu the
"We also handle
Rifle and.Blasting Powder
Only four oflences were punishable Miller to Dear uie aisgrace aione m
by death, and some of, the most hu-. oruer mat ira iuigv uui. wn iu .o -mane
and enlightened principles of fort to euter the ministry. He prom
modem jurisprudence had their ori- ised to marry her just as soou as he
cin in the laws of the Hebrew tribes, was ordained.
-rw . 1- O .I ! Ik 1 T . KIM Inn nwmln1 in OO lid
beuator Vance-then spotce ot tiieuis- wi xuin jjiwu
pension of the Jews and of their hero- requested, and remained true to him.
ic courage and constancy to their re- She furnished him partot her savings
Hgion. With their dispersion came a to help defray his college expenses,
change in their pursuits, aud from an He finally graduated and was ordaiu-
aricultural they have become eini- td, but instead of marrying Miss Mil-
nentlya commercial people. In spite ler he courted and wedded a girl in
of all their persecutions, the Jews are Pottsville. .When Miss Miller heard
.ii . ' i- a! ..rl.to cfia liv iKo firlvirp of friends.
SliirnumerouSjjiuu niey- are uow j - '
creasing and their estimated numbers brought a suit for $3,000 damages,
are now from 7,000,000 to 9,000,000. The young minister denied all the
The lecturer next spoke of the phys- charges, but the church ordered an
ical peculiarities of the Jews and said investigation. Miss Miller was on
it was a fact that, as a-rule, they were the wituess stand five hours. Her
more healthy than the Gentile race, testimony was not shaken. About 425
Crime is less frequent- among them love letters were shown to have pass-
thau among Christian communities; ed between them. Her reputation
their education is far ahead of the was proved to be ! iu every other way
n...:i i Thai ntrM.ntP l.mrn- highly respectable. 1 lie defense was
Peterson betrart to wonder what ke
Dullea. Not Without forebodings o
ri;l her father nrCsent her witl
V a - f
th letter. She took it hastily from hi
hand, tore it open, hurriedly glanced
- . I A
at its contents aud then with a uearr.-
piereing shriek dropped to the floor
in a swoon. The fatal letter was pick
ed up and was read to the wedding
guests. It was a curt, heartless epistle,
and in it Dullea said he was going to
travel abroad.! When the bride came
out of the faint she astonished her
friends by quietly readjusting her
wreath of oraiige blossoms and taking
the hand of an aired neighbor she ad
dressed him liv her lover's name and
announceu uerten icuvijr iu ivi..
words that should make her his fond,
lovinr wife. Then it flashed upon the
minds of all present that the shock
had deurived her of reason. They led
her away Mike poor Ophelia, smiling
o,l .liaitinff in an artless innocent
wav that was heart-rending to wit
ness. The house of rejoicing was
turned to one of sorrow. 1 he guests
departed and left Mr. and Mrs. Peter
sou aloue witli their demented child.
During the night violent paroxysms
attacked her j and they were succeeded
by periods of insensibility. To add to
the infamy of the affair, the unhappy
parents discovered that Dullea had
been a greater vidian than even his
base desertion proclaimed him to be.
A secret that had been Kept from her
. a a 1
mother was disclosed by the niinu
rlispnsed daughter, and now it would
nnf mini risL the neoule of Harbor
iFthe 'minds of the pareutssmk
ttiirlot tliA iwpiirht of sorrow aud
MUVVWB, skovw ' O
shame that has fallen upon them.
Camden (S. C.)Journal.
(Late of Pilot Wabkhocse, Winston, N.C.)
Business Manager and
SALES EVERY DAY.
SPECIAL Sales every WEDNESDAY.
Good Prices Assured.
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS J OK MAIN
110 SALE, HO CHARGE!
Insurance and Storage Free.
Liberal Cash. Advancements made on
Tobacco held by its for future sale.
KLTJTTZ, GASKILL& CO.
r-olsj will be opened In the town of Salia
D bury at the Store ot J. D. Gaskiix, for sub
8crlpt4ons to the capiWl stock ot "THE BAM K OF
bALiIsdUKI," irom vuc zu woukuii wo ..v. .j
The phrsiciaas hers
use Darbys Fluid very
saocessfulfy ia th treat- '
ssent of Diphtheria. -c -A.
- Greensboro, Ala. !'
Tetter dried up.
Ulcers purified aad '
In eases of Death It ;
should be used about,
'the corpse It will'
f pre Tent any nnpleat
The eminent Phy
sician, J. MARION
SIMS, 1L IX, Maw
York, says: "I am.
eonrioced Prof. Darbys
ProphylacUc Fluid U s
We have not yet learned of the success of of March. 18 SSft holmes,
JOHN D. OASKILL, THEO. F. KLL1U,
tAUM l K()Y I IIKK HL.ACKMr.ri.
BRlV j ilOL.MES. 1. FRANK PATTERSON
KERR CRAIJE, PAUL N. 1IE1LIO,
Salisbury, March 1st, 18S3, 0:3t
It will re seen that many of our business men as
well as those proverbial for prudence, frugality and
financial skill, are interested In thia Bank, and we
luiiu. it win ru mivpK5L One thins: Is certain.
the Charter offers a better guarantee both to share
National Banks not excepted
the party who were to hunt down and cap
1 :u ,..nnn Rha ia said to be
rure me whu t
go powerlul that most of the people are
afraid to tackle her. We, were miormcu w..
Monday last that three men went up to ner
last week and attempted to arrest her when
h anddenlv turned on them- and soon
thrashed out the whole party, putting them and depotdtore than any Bank la the state,
to headlong flight. Her haunts are sam io
be between Blakeney's bridge and Young's
bridge not in the Tiller's Ferry section as
Wnorted in ur last issue. It is thought
that she is the woman who created such a
pnRation in North Carolina a few months
ago, and who left there when she found that
she was being hnnted down. Here retreat
is in a swamp that is almost, impenetrable
for men, and it is aimcuu io iw
However, the attempt will be macie anu
we hope to report her capture soqn.
Vaaderbllt Unirerslty, Nashville, Tnn.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and '
determent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N. T, Lvrrox, Prof. Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid Is Recommended by
Hon. Albxajtdbr H. Stspmns, of Georgia ; -Rer.
Chas. F. Deans, D.D., Church of the '
Strangers, N. Y.:
os. LaCoirrs, Columbia. Pron.Unirersity.S.C.
ter. A. J. Battle, Prof., Mercer University ;
Rer. Gao. F. Pi kkcs. Bishop M. E. Church. -
ZZTDISPENSABUfi TO ETOBY HOHB.'
Perfectly harmless. Used mternally or .-
externally for Man or Beast.
The Fluid has been thoroughly-tested, and we
hare abundant evidence that tt has doneeverything ' .
here claimed. For fuller information get of your -Druggist
a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, -
J. BVZE1XIX A CO., .i
Manuiactnring Chemists, PHILADELPHIA.'
Feb. 8, S3. - - - " " T -'
Wanted !J antefl ! !
The attention of Farmers and the gener
al public is called to the fact that
T, J. MORGAN
Has opened Fiwt Claw PAjnLT GRO
CERY 8TORE, next door to Blackmer &
Taylor's Hardware, where he will keep a
full line ol fresh goods, sucn asi iour,aieai,
Bacon, Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Ac
Also a fresh and complete stock; or
and Fancy Grocoies.
Will pay the highest cash prices for But
ter, Eggs, Chickens, and ail saleable coun
January 18, 1803. - ;oui.
NATION Al. HOTEL,
SALISBURY, H. C. y
MRS. DR. REEVES,
Formerly propfietresa of this well known
House, has again leased it, and will
pleased to see her many: patrons when
thov visit Salisbury. (
Citizens wanting the Omnibus? may leaTO
orders for it at this House: -
Jan'y 15, 1883. -f- l4-3-
The One-Price Store !
RLUTTZ k HI
! I- RUSiE
laod a. full line ot Mining
Duplicate Any Prices in
" i ; . V- - . . ...... ". -. "... ,.. . . .?;;.-- -V
ciu:"XND SEE US. o :
Ik One Lifetime. Some one has writ
... t nm imt m nld man i ret io mate
rial thines I hare seen Hie creation of
new world, i am contemporary with the
I railroad, the telegraph, the steamship, the
photosraph, the sewing macnine, wai
low. the friction-match, gaslight, chlof
m ;1 .SHM tn.mirAr til A
j . . m - i wAfnFm tiiTrnfrivrHriur. 1.1117 niviiaw
is unknown. If a Jew tails in nis sign uie paper utuf? . - . ; tf California gold discovt
ivo:oa l,; hrpthr.rtRet him ud acrain it was necessary ior inni to uaye u ue- , . - wnr.A t-r:
Ui""w " " I . ,. . ...I.I -
nrtienns thev are I merchants;
tlioro i more of averaee wealth and
1.. Vil OontllA hniiltiM. hot seldom that the girl had signed a paer prom
ask outside help for their own. Pov- mg to, releasMkeiser ior ijouu. one
erty is raremohg tliem and ieuury lesunea mat BI aiuw w
Ki l,l lC.nrr1nihMl. The monev eriea, tne ou-weu .
1U1 W v a mr- ----- - mf I
m. . rrm I littt (T9VA lir she used to defrav her t
inej are no r - ,".t -iK.... - teleuhoue. etc.
rhildren do! not want for
but I exjMjnses and those of their son.
t -i Miuu1 frnita. the electric lisht. the
Ulrt) v.m' J (
These are some ot me
r. ; i ..1 .... !. ..1. iootuniuu t 0 - (
there is more oi avemgn wcanu r: ,T " - r r .-i .rjresent eeueration. Vo you hhuk uie
intelligence i.Lthe Jewish people than name had been forged to a f t , reuuli,, the same aa. bel
in aother equal njunber of peop a S "hatSsociety will remaiu nnailec
i the world. Wot only iias:ine worm .t ? jj rl br these ehanceat If you do let me
iriven the Jew no he
I is" he lias made for h
I.i . ..!.! Tl.n rrc i knt llP hlfi eV-
tne wunu, jluc iww -- -
cr asked certainly the most he has
ever received was to be left , alone.
only has the world ten the boy by the mothers name, so
ielp, but all that he that the paternity of the, child could ;"b '
himself, in spite of not be discovered. SmJSJ
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND GROCERIES 1
FULL STOCK OF FURNISHltiG GOODS.
A vPffmftT lTY I
The Laugh of Women. A wo
man has no natural gift more be-1
witching than a sweet laugu. 11 w
like the sound of flutes on tne water. ttbPT5 rrhrpo 9, QII41KS.
It leaps from her in a clear, spark- LAKtrHi bTUUJi V? ttUOM ww. - TV
a a w . a. . ks iai i w
ling rill, and the neari um
feels as if bathed in a cool exhilira
ting spring. Have you ever pursued
a fugitive through the streets, led on
by a fair laugh, now mere, uuw
1 A.nr1? We have, aud we are
nursuine that wandering voice to this
. . !a ...a in no in
Agents- for Coats' s Spool Cotton. Full Assortment of
150 Bushels EARL? N0STHES1T SEED-POTATOES. " Jnst fa..,..
. x Oat Meal. Buck-Wheat Flour, Meats, Sugar, CoffecHTeas,
-23-nne Plnnr Meal. Oat Meal. lUCk
r-av MM,aw m mvmmm 1 -
day. .Sontetimcs it .coma "jr; lb. Cans Tomatoes at 16 cts.
.1. a Mra nnii auuijiiiui ....
lUe IHIUUic w '
Hominy, GrUs, Pure Lard, Corn, Oats, Bran, Syrups, and four kinds of ew ,
Coffee Roasted or ureen at w r j
Orleans Molasses, &c.
. . , ... ..
. ..i than wf turn
some Dnsiness, t - .
-..ii i;rit of the mind.
away u.c- -i"-;r- .
How much we owe Mia wi.
r. r,rnP to ioetrv: it brings sun-
the darkness of
suine iu mjv.i-, j
the wood in which we are traveling ;
: snAi1Aa with liaht even our sleep,
i i. mnM tlinn the linage ot
WHICH la HU m - o
death, but is consumed with beams
that are the shadows of immortality.
v,. Wives vok Olu IIcsbanos. Bv-
the-br.af.wyearaago a frie.d loaned
. ...! .1. MminlMnCM
In it he aya tliai ne i
. a l.Ma SB n l CXal
We mean to sell you Good Gds as cheap as anyone in
trial. if 1,
D. J. Bostian, J
kinds of Ceuntry Produce. Give us
Jan 1. 1883, by note or account, are nertuj uw.-
We da notwant io auu v.w.yi ,
si! n.ra,,na indeltel to u lefore
that thev innat raH t oncc an1 8etl,u
but we must hare our money. KLTJTTZ & RENDLEM AN.
Feb. 14, 1883.
nr attention to the fact that the
. i.... iiy.ii lit nltolitioii of
. i mmn Lrenerauuu to
Aaiumbcr of plots were exposed u.." ou acrand scale, the oieniiig of. i
mm . A ST mf . f.-a.a.f - .
that had been tormea agains iuiss china and Japan, tne msiuuuou w ofau i0d jky
Miller. In tears she swore she would world's fairs! j me," coutmncd nw, OI a ;
.r tlonrv A. Wiae.
4.iin,r out one eveniug with Presi-
!. Tvlrr. who iuftirmetl hhn that he
a mn to iret married to Miss Gardner.
Whv.n said Wise, ahe ia to yoang for
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NAt at all. reimeu m
. - . . i
J. R. KEBIST,
Salisbury, N. 0.
Apt for PHEHIX IMI VOBEf .
- EmiDBS, Boilers,' Saw Sills,
I'm still iu my prime.'
- iiciv 4 TURBINE WHEELL,
Also, Cohtraclor ana onaacr,
,4 I H K
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Oct. 5, 1892 ;