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X 7. THIRD SERIES
Thfe Carolina Watchman,
EiTAiilfenET) IN THE YE Alt 1881
I PlflE, tl.M I ADVANCE.
How worn n theme is that of time !
Then why d I begin to rhyme
Upon it now f
, Because to-night the air is ftiled
: With Toices that will not be stilled
They will not cease.
And always sing the same refrain
Of Tim that ne'er will come again,
Of Time that flies.
Of all t hat Time sweeps in i$ flight
The voices sing to me to-night,
Time cures nil care.
That fs wliat I wonid fain believe.
Mv hi art therewith I do decisive.
Oh. voketLsinfiiug, be tu mute,
You touch a chord on my heart's lute
But seldom played;
H I no rffHTO
Yet filling all the air around
With a tweet uielauchoHy sound,
A song of Time.
what tHe ereat rwtomtive, Hostetter's
dffectioas, general u'i w"
;v huo.lnchp mental aeBDOn-
DIV " r . m
the peculiar compiamws wu
Of Time that was, of days o fair
Whey all was young and love was
hich the feeble
or sae by all Druggists sad Dealers
j i:9:ly I ; '
Long days ago !
! Be still ! be still ! that sad refrain !
i I dure not listen ouce again
r t i.4. ...... t
A o llliu same bum i
Maybe I hold those days too high,
Aud yield them fur too oft a sigh,
Those days long since
Yet as they were tho fairest yet
Of all my days, then why forget,
That happy time!
Though if it still should be; my faith
To live yet happier days, the date
Of that sweet time.
April comes with fitful showers,
Brings spring's sweet, dainty flowers.
Now the pansy lifts its head
From its lowly ice-lound bed.
Peeping up along the hedges,
Blossoms fair with yellow edges,
And the cowslip's golden
Crown the meadows where they grow.
Electricity as a Motive Power,
W. L. Silver ft American Railroad Journal.
It has been said that in the line of elec
tricity the world moves with giant strides,
yet when we take a sober view, it is real
ly astonishing to see the Uttlo real ad
vance made in the last twenty years, ine
electric light is older than gaslight. Sir
ibited the electric
11 u tat aa " ' 7
arc iu London while the streets were dim
ly lighted by oil, gas being yet an almost
untried experiment, and his light-S-a ver
..i.i. ..tw-tit ami tour inches long was
so powerful as to throw our ntoderu clec
trie lights of one-eighth to one half inch
(.. louuttt ontii-Alv. in the Hhnde. The
111 ivu&w- "--7 -m-
I progress of electric lighting lyas been
series of spasmodic leaps backwards
well as forwards, the only real progress
biRt. thirtv venrs being flio
IPItuv v w r r -
improved machines for generating elec
tricity. As an example of the backward
movement, I might mention what the
iiKwaiiflncra Iirto recently giveu as the
I "" "K 1 w
inventiou of Mr. Edison, that is, tho use
of an incandescent wire, m sheet of pla
tb.a'm or iridium, or a -thread of carbon
(of which the Swan and other modern ri
vals are simply modifications) inclosed in
a vacuum. As a matter of fact the vacn
um was used by Davy nearly a century
J ago, while as to the otltj? piu t that is
carbon thread, platinum wue, etc. tliey
were used way back in the fbrties" in
connection with King's Patent Electric
Light, the inventor of which was in real
ity an American named Star.who died be
fore his inventions were all completed.
As to our electric generators, en which so
much inventive ingenuity has twni ex
pended, little progress has been made
since the days Faraday. In fact, when
Henry in 1830 made the first compound
tectm-niagiiet, and Faraday in kj:il, suc
ceeded in luring an electric spark from a
coil of wire surrounding a piece of iron
the first grand fundamental principle had
beeu -discovered, all our .modern dj rnamo
or magneto machines bring only hide to
do tho same thing in a more perfect way.
The inventions of Brush, Edison amt
City in the World.
A mm .
I m.2 s. m m . . 1 . Til
h goes so far to L . . - , a : a a
There is nothing wuku8 r. aLebanonj Coelo-Syria and An-
ward niacins youngieopicoey..w. ..T.nnil Urines ,. hv French d 1-
of poverty as ecomony in the management! . DatDaacus. Abaaa and
f honhftld affairs. It matters not wneiu- j " ' , , 4u.,
v. ..w . . i r iim uai iiotr ni"Jt;M "
era man furnishes little or much for about 100 vards wile, down
family, if there is a continual leakmgra g.jjj. of wllich tie French road
his kitchen or parlor, it runs away he wind8 jte aerpemiue course, the rivers
knows not how, and that demon waste i side beiug fringed with sil-
cries "more!" Lite me uon-.e. - , and gcented .walnotu
V f ' . r 1
TI M.MtM HfhA I
4 4 mm'i ft
trd from the
- . .i 1 tl.nf nntniilM liaft nO I f 5 .
dany iter, unui uc n.v r.,... eastwa
niorelgd.ltiBhiband, tM ,iU the great plain of Da
to bring into the llionse, and it is the duty j b. a .framework of
of the wife to see that nothing goes wrong
fully out of it. The hasband' interest
should be the wife' and her greatest am
bition, to further his welfare or happiness
Aofftjhojf jutlulhaL of hat children!
should be her chief aim
of her exploits, tho bosom of her family, L wealth and fertility far and wide
where she may do as much toward ma- tie plain. Those who have gax-
king a fortune aahe can in the countiug- on thia scene are never likely, to
room or work frliop. forget its supreme loveliness. Its
It is hot the money earned that makes buty is doubtless much enhanced by
a man wealthyIt is what he saifcs from contrast. The eye has been waider
his earning. Self-gratincation iu ureas or i over a cliocoiate-coioreu uuu hwi
aud the theater
- . 1 " J A.
ewfipeled by a iramewoin 01 oeper.,
liljer before us. The river, escaped
from the rocky gorge, spreads out like
a fan, and after a run of three miles,
enters Damascus, where it flows thro'
15,000 Houeerauarkles in 60,000 mar
ble fountains, and hurries on to tcai
are in the evening genuine ornaments
to the parlor, tastefully dressed and
"neat as a new pin," are little better
than slatterns when performing do
I have no patience With this unti
diness. It lias always seemed to me
as if ClndcreTfa herseif miglttM9
kept out of tlie ashes even if she was
obliged to stay in the kitchen and
work. , "
To look vt while about house
work is worth while. A neat calico
dress, short enough to cleaf the floorj
smoothly brushed hair, a clean collar
and a plentiful supply of aprons, are
all within the reach of any woman,
and I maiutain that she wilt do her
work better and feel more like doing
it tf so prepared for it. The moral
influence of dress is undoubted.
A noojrtlclejor uraal
I KALABIA. I
mm h Treely. Scarlet Fever has
lM.rlence.4All Material of the best grade, aud work
MM In X&' latest styles ,
Km "v .fade work always oa hand -Uepalrlng
aeatly ani prompt iv done. OnK rslv mallnrompt
n- tilled. I Wm. A . jaBAOi
HVI.ISUL JvT. C
On its way the brookgocs singing,
Bright and green the grass! is springing:
Bees are humming every where;
Fragrant, oders fill the air.
Spring has come, and earth rejoices,
While the birds with happy voices
Sing their praises of the kjiug,
He who brouyht them back the spring.
Rose II. Thrope, in Words of Life.
iudulgsce iu appstite or more company I landscape throughout a weary day;
than his purse cafi well eutertain, vauity suddenly, on turning a corner, n rei
the second fastens a on Eden. The city is spread out be-
doctor's bill to a long batcher's account, fore ymi, embowered in orchards, in ;
and the latter bsings intemperance tne the midst of a ptain oi ow mjuuiu
worst dT all evils, in its train. miles. Around the i)carl-colored citjt
j -ifiret in the world iu poiut of time,
Treb Planting in Kansas. Tlie flt in Syria and Western Asia in
State of Kansas has wade an encouraging point of importance surge like an
beginninir in tree planting. Two planta- emerald sea, forests of apricots and
tionsof five hundred acres each iu Craw- olives and apples and citrons, and
m j ... 11' ii. tr.it i urliut. IUHV !( "auaW t PPO that is pleasant to the
IOIO COUIIIY IUp" ....... - I vwmj " ----- - m
achieved iu this direction. One of the sight and good tor loou, wiui an
..i...tina is conducted by the Fort 1 their variety of color ana tiui, accor-
Scott and Gulf radrond company, prima-1 ding to their season, sometimes all
rily to famish ties aud timber for its own aglow with blossoms, soraeiiraei- gum--Sti.
w t effect ultimately den and ruddy with frint, and son.e-
'a aviI bv its enterprise. The times russet with the mellowing tints
Western catalpa (catalpn speetesn) ap- of autumn. Coaeny)orary Kmnxw
,.-i C tn l, the tree m-eferred for planting
L.i. ..rairis. It is a native of the low- Two or Three New Ones.
v i v f - - .
lands along the streams in Kentucky,
' '.iitwuiuKi nrwl Missouri. Tho wood is Wall 8trcet New .
1 DIHJVOOVV : " ' I t
. f lrt i aflft and indestructa- I it waa onlr two or throe years ago
i.i -r,. i, xv I. en exnosed to the weaUior 1 th-t the owner of a grist mill on a creok
and has uroved darahle that the far- iB New Hampshire, having a capacity of
A. t i . . .. 1 I . . . 1 Aa-a MifaMUl Ml
:.. f it ia ay i iib th utuu i. i . ..tut tilt no n ubi rein ihti ut . w . -
O U UIIB9UUII, IV I nu.'ui -
Vennor says of April : April en
ters on a mday, with a March
storm, aud the same day of the week
is likely to conttmie storm v through
the month. The 5th and 6th will
More or Less Ffunny.
She sat in the car on the seat ahead;
Her hair was wavy, and I might say red;
Her voice had a dulcet tone.
Her face was lovely, her look was bland,
She had in her pretty and slender hand
A savory chicken bone. J
Her teeth were pe-fect and white as milk,
Her lashes long and soft as silk,
And her eyes with splendor shone,
Beautiful, jolly and full of fun,
With lauyh, with giggle, and girlish fun,
She nibbled that chicken bone.
Greasy and brown, on her finger tips,
She carried the bone to her lovely lips,
With a sly glance sideward throw
At your reporter, who wished he lunched
On the scat beside her, as she munched and
The meat from her chicken bone.
others are only capable of giving a larger
.ml .....i nowcrful curreut for a less ex-1 men
. . ... JLZa-Ai a-ij lw.ie mtm.r
peuditure of power thau tlie numerous in- eiernnnaren uv iixiw-.- - r-
ventions which preceded them. It is no neS8 to secure it for fence posts. It -is
wonder that electric light is now so com- aUo an cxecfdiugly rapid grower. A
mon aud successful, when experimented block of one hundred thoasaud seedlings
with aud backed by the best inventive planted in the spring oi iow ob thjh
takmt. assistelbv the example of inven- in the Fort Scott forest already ranges
tors aud discovers for nearly one bun- from ten to fifteeu feet in height, while
did vears. Immediately after the dis- the individual trees vary in cisou inference
. . V I ... !
vbi v of the electric magnet by neury, froul eight to eleven mcnes.
aud tho discovery of its prouigious lining
power when its coils were circulated, bj$
an electric current, iuveutors legau to
look iu that direction tor n motive power
for the future, and in ft short time Jacobi
was navigating the Nova in a boat driven
by electricity ; but the great impediment
with all others until
Yellow Fever ha been -cured with it after
vomit had taken place. 1 r worst
i of Diphtheria yield to k.
Fevered and Sick Per-1 'BmATX-FuX
MM refreshed and . Jaad
Bed Sores prevent- PITTING of Small
For ft-o.ted Feet,
Soft White Complex
ion tcamd by Ss
Shin Fever prevented.
To tmrify the Breath.
CleaJkse the Teeth,
it can't be surowed.
C atarr h . relieved and
Pox r KEVESTKl)
A waaliiffcy am
By a taken with
Small-pox 1 wed the
fluid : the patient wai
not deliruu, -w not
pitied, and waa about
the house again in three
weeks, and no
likelr prove strtrmV in lake regions
and lower provinces, Newfoundland
probably coming in for heavy gales.
The 10th and 12th are probable dates
of severe frost. These were exper
ienced in 1882. The 20th and; 21st
stormy andwet in majority of sec-
tions. The month will end cold and
and stormy and May day may be
ushered in with snow and sleet in
northern and western sections and
cold rains at others. There will prob
ably lie some unusual terms of warmth
during this month, but altogetner u
will partake of its average character
and be of a favorable description.
There is always hope in a man that
actual I v and earnestly works, in
idleness alone is there perpetual de
Buras relieved i:
The physicians here
use DareyvVMI very
successful! y in the treat
ment of D.phtheria
la caaea of Death it
the corpse it will
pw.tm any Sfcple-u-
1 1 '
' Prwligals KeturiiiiifT.
The Knoxvile Tribune of 18th inst. saja
'Yesterday the Nashville express bad a
board about 00 pasengers of all ages, sires
and conditions on their way back to Wythe
.,nrv v.. from whnce they emigrated
tiy, was the great cost of supplying && tQ T(.xa Most of them
ri. i.it batterv power which made the , .r(J .n oflr ;n thcir Vinrieia
as int- v oiiiu, -i v-. -.- -v
iu his way, as
sufficient battery power
electric motor more expensive
steam motors. With the recent advance
made iu producing large, powerful elec
tric currents the old expensive battery
could be practically discarded, while the
electro motor is free to move. In fact it
will soon be a powerful rival to steam,
owing to its greater safety, the possibili
tv of supplying power to cities from a
central station, or to transmit power to
home, and now they go back
I iron down in health. Anoth-
er moral directed to the western emigration
"Experience is the best teacher." The
Vwxvp li'sson should not be without effect
on others who may be inclined to sell (at a
rrreat sacrifice! their homes and stray to
other States. They should recall the fate
of these uufortunate people, returning to
mill oue morning and said to his son :
"John. I've been thinking.'-
1 "Floor is too low."
! "She is that."
"We are all grinding too much."
"If we grind less flonr the market
stiffeu up and prices will advance.
"That's it dad your head is aa long
j - " it
a mill race."
The mill was shut down for fonr mouths
and at tho eud of that time Hour was
just as plenty and the price was no high-
"John, I've been thinking," said the
aa ma. aa he wMicluded to start up
inr Low Wat 111 I AS (Vl it."
"Exactly ; you s-e my idea f shutting
down was all cornvct, and calculated to
i n.- E. im.lv- and lucrease the ue-
maud, aud 1 couldn't think what ia Hali;
Sx was the matter. I've got er now."
nools.0 will be opened In the town of Salls-
D bury at the Store of X- P. Gaskiix, tor sub
aertpttonsto the capital stock ot "TiiK BANK OF
SALISBL'KY," troni tlie 2d to sunset on the Md day
of March. 1883. Shares, SMeacn.
STKPllJiN W, UU1.1S, MUSM L.- aayfcaino,
JOHN P. GA8KILL. T1IEO. F. Kl.UTTZ.
JOHN M. KNOX, LUKE ULACAHEH
KEU. J HOLMES, 1. FRANK PATTERSON,
KEKR CRAIE, PAUL N. HB1L1,
Salisbury, March 1st, ISS3,
uvvhx- iit about the
v. ...ill ho cinan t h it innnr of mir bUSlneSS IllCU SS
well as those proverbial for prtHlenee, mifralUf aoa
financial skin, are lnieresieu iu hub . "r '
believe It will be a success. One thing is certain,
the Charter offers a better guarantee both to afcare
holders and depositors than any Bank la toe state,
National Banks not except cu
An Antidote for Animal
or HnctibU Possyaa,
I used the Field dtutnc
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever .with de
cided advantage. It is
indaxpenaafale to the aieV
room. - Wa F. aao-
FORD, Eyrie, Ala.
The eminent Pin
SIMS, M. D.t New
York, sava: "1 am
convinced Prof. Darby
Prophylactic Fhaid is a
Vanderbllt Univeralty, Nashville, Tens.
I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darby Prophylactic Fluid. As n disinfectant and
detergent it is both theoretically and practically
superior to any preparation with which I am ac
quainted. N.T. LJ rroM, Prof. Chemistry.
Darby's Fluid la Beeommraded toy
Hon. Alexander H. Stbfhbns. of Geatcia ;
Rev. Cmas. F. Deems, D.D.. Church of the
Strangers, N. Y. ;
ios. LrContk, Columbia, Prof., University .S.C.
lev. A. J. Battlb, Pre., Mercer University ;
Rev. Geo. F. Pi stick. Bishop M. E. Qujrch.
INDISPBNSABLK TO KVERT HOME.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Man or Beast,
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everythi
isaed. For fuBer inJorsaation get of vo
. a passphlet or send to the proprietors ,
9. H. ZEILIN CO.
Maiiufc cantesg Cb lists.
EGGS FROM FULL BLOOD
Plymouth Rock Chlckena
for sale at 75 cents er dozen.
Apnljto O. W. AT WELL,
2l?3t-pd. SaHakmry, N. C.
The attention of Farmers and the gencr
al public is called to the fact that
T. J. MORGAN
Has opened a First Class FAHTLT GRO
CERY STORE, next door tMsakmer &
Taylor's Hardware, whew 4 Will Keep a
full line ol tresh gooas, sucryisj! iour, atc,
Bacon, Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, jbL
Also a fresh ana complete stock u
and Fancy Groceries.
Will pay the highest cash prices for But
terEggs, Chickens, sad all saleable coun-
upper rooms of high buildings for running thoir old ilomc9 au,o8t peuuiless and bro
printing presses, etc., nuneitu Ken down in health.
a - . a : i : i ; . .
aim tne poaaiuunj
ble to steam power,
of utilixiug the power of falls, rnpitls,
tides and rivers for driving our poudei-
ous mine and factory machinery. It
now nossible to take up the power
wind and water and eouvey it to
He IMdu't Tear it Down.
time wo shut
a. 1 . . . . 4 aswn r
ilo vr a thev must have starteu u my
three new six-barrel mills over in var
mount and hence the market continued
Electricity has long been threat
ening to displace gns as an illumi-
Tt. ia now entering: the held
against tiie horse as a means of trac
t.n Two eminent electricians claim
ELECTION NOTICE !
Nntifi. Is hcrebv civen that Municipal
v.i-.t;m will be held for the towns of
Salisbury, Gold Hill, Enochville and Third
Creek, on Monday, the 7th day of May, A.
. - - . . . .a
The polls will be opened in eacn oi inose
f. a. aa k 9 a 1 , unit!
towns from 7 ociock in tne iuuiuiuK
sunset, anil no longer. Each qualified elec
tor will be permitted to vote ior municipal
officers, if duly registered.
cj. vJ. jviuur.it, on ti
Match 28, 1883. lm
January 18, 1888.
SiVELL AS TIIE INTEUKST OF
R. B. Crawford, of the firm of
R. CRAWFORD & CO.,
VW are nowpreparod to supply our
custoiiiers with all kinds of
I In addition to tho
I Best Selected Stock of
(Ella Wheeler, In the New York Sun.)
Laugh, and the world laughs with you
Weep, and you weep alone
For the sad old earth must borrow its mirth, provemeuts which make the storage hat-
i- .LI, to bottle hp twelve-horse
H xv Pviflentlv from the north. ,wxx0r in a storawre battery weighing
..... ii -.1 C J:.. T i 1. .....I i nrnm.
and his hp was curieu wiui a uueuis- three huntireti weignv, r
I i i- -ii si.:.., SLMxtboptx H.vpn - i0 in n ti'w inontiis a per'
ever it .J b. Je.l. W. make. tt. T " v r-wr - . r-" " fc ,
l)U L I . " n .. . I I . n A i mi I OS
. rLivnrnnr SPM 1PI1S tor it WUS UIC U Q n ril Mil 1111? niieeil ui ixxcnij
funeral day did not soften him. The without recharging the accumulators,
electric motor no longer a pigmy
powerful rival if not an overpoweriug
nti-nt to steam. Since the recent iiu-
But has trouble enough of its own.
Sing, and the hills will answer,
Sirh, and it is lost on the air.
The echoes bound to a joyful sound,
But shrink from the voice of care.
Rejoice and men will seek you,
Grieve, aud they turn and go;
tery practical, currents may be,storetl for
future use, or wlven turned on our electro
motors may be made to give out more
power than if worked jj continuously.
Electricity is undoubtedly the future mo
tor, for it can turn our mills and factories,
drive our care, crnsh-oar quartz and ores,
refine our metals, in fact do man's nam
Theo. Buerbaum & W. T. Linton, Partners
under the name and style oi iueo. uuer
baum & Co. PlaiutiBa,
r 4 TXT Itf JMUinfvntl
ITonrr S Hotter K V. TV. XT rilIllliiK"
Partners under the name and style of Potter
It appearing to the satislaction or ine
Court that licnry d. rimci . ...
Wright in.rton. partners under the name and
. I . t K ..caH in iP li I P 1 . t .1.. nt Vottir X, YV ri"lllllisiii
bent on correcting somen ng. . ! I ry foot gearing rTTZr jr T", . VViTu state. It is ordered by the
" VY hat's this T' he suaoeniy nsaet , eiectro-motor wnen u e - b- ir " , nnincatioa be made for six sue
in front of burke s The weight of batteries win no. ;cs8ive we;ksin the "Carolina Watch
ceed the weight ot a second riuer,aim MAS" a newspaper publishad in earn coun
missionary spirit of the yankee and au(j ftble to ascend all such hills as
peevishness of the pie-eatiug dyspep- Rre now possible for theUoot tricycle,
tic was abroad in him und he was ana even steeper gradients it
thev want fall measure all jour pleasure, j wepk more perfectly than any steam me
: But they do not need your woe.
Be glad, and your friends are many;
Be sad, and. you losetnem all.
There are none to decline your nectarcd
. . . wcum"". - Mtttt I-."" ."I'. . i j-fant. r h- anel
'That slowly replied the propne- it will run at the rate oi seven My, iiotity"
1 iJL..: .miuii llio nrsrsri, I a. il.a nw molor Will never apiiear betore the .uuei r
tor, WHO was icuiimg B' i nour. ao s ---- - . Court at a Court to t na ior tne vwibij
wav. 'is a draped picture of Alec bter RO ianie, or shy, or break its knee, tiH. Qot House in Salisbury
I . ... . ii tin " iu Mi ll 'HILL VI I An I1C P 11 11,11 I . ' I nn t 111 MI I 11 Ql LCI iia -
iihniK iv ii uiuiciiviuiv I in rai i i o uvm , ww inv -
HKS. UR. REETE8, 1
Formeriy proprietress of tliU wc41 known
House, has again leased it, and will be
pleased to see her many pauoua vrucu
thev visit Salisbury.
Citizens wanting the Omnibus may leave
orders for it at this House:
Ju'y 15, 1883. lm
HOUSE AND LOT
Having determined to make our home hi
Winston, N. C, we have concluded to sell
our House and Lot in thegreat West Ward
of Salisbury, N. C. House has 8 rooms, a
oood kitchen with iooms; wen oi goou
water in the yard. A good garden and sta
ble an the lot. In tlie best nesnuornoou
iu the city, on the corner of Monroe ana
Church streetB, adjoining J. M. Borah aud
others. For further partoiuiars sec aitsro.
D. A. Goodmsn, 8. W. Cole or B.t.t raiey.
H. F. S M. U. UUAtlAJl.
SALE of LAND
rii L B a W " - . 1 arms vaav m
clmniiin. Tlie futnr. of electricity r j j crutsed a!jovB . k , rove a d,ger18 rival jn XUrck lm.
n : Mivflui itss mi .mi into i .xx-u i,.4'l.- n iiiurrmoA in til is i - uiinn i nag survivcu '"
v to oii,hiovo O I eves,
ARD WAKE iu the
S T A T E.
We also handle
Ritxe and Blasting Powder
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and sl full line ot Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Prices in
But alone you must drink life's gall.
Feast, and your halls are crowded;
Fast, and the world goes by.
Succeed and give and jit helps you live,
But no man can help you die. -There
is room in the halls of pleasure
For a large and lordly train,
But one by one we must affile on
Through the narwW aisles of pain.
sinks, by comparison, into insignificance. t country, and it ought to be torn not lear extinction by electricity.
Nothing can be more probable than that p arflW QazOte. plai
coal will be burned at the shaft, the pow-
t. t.-n.,tiiiirtil to cities over a wire
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VU AND SEE
A Continental journal states that there
r now mvriada of4ncndieants wandering
over Germany. In some districts the soldiery
i.ed'tohe used to intimidate tnem.
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Their misery U so great that the prisons at
lord manv of them a welcome shelter. In
Baden, a most prrtwicToW part of Germany
t... i.- r f 1870-71. and in Wurtera-
ih:iui " - -s '
burg the violence and robbery of mendi
cants arc so threatening that many persons
have to keep guard oyer their houses and
isrir.h lnaded euna. Such are tne
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results of Bismark's militaiism.
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insteatl of the expensive way oi naming
coal t our factories as now universal
employed. Instead of putting steam en
gines at eur mines for compressing air,
etc., tlie near future will see us utilizing
the nower of mountain streams ioi uuv-
ing generators, the power coineveu to
tlie mines by a wire, there to ue recon
verted into power by electric motors thus,
stopping the practice of hauling coal to
tho engines, an expensive and unnecessa
ry practice which necessitates the build
ing of expensive roads, sometimes" many
miles over the mouutains. Electric pow
er is so easily transmitted many miles
over a wire that the man who will em
ploy it first in a commercial or general
way will be truly a public benefactor,
aii that is now needed is theco operation
of capital with inventive talent to make
the transmission of electrical power a snre
and paying iuvestjuent.
l don't think so.'
I do, sir
T l ixn't M Mil
a xiwis v - . -
none of your business, if it W
Til make it my busiuess 1 H
it down, sir.'
1-1 a alorxtxPtl.
I don't want to stop you in the
tn I n Il k
pursuance oi wau you w -
and answer the complaint
the office ot the
l f rhH Siinener Court oi sam ummi
Uveas i r-- . - al,, Tl,rm
nrlthin the nrst tnrec uaj
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A . I,.,f iF thov tHll TO aiisxxi-r siu wsm
Pall MM Qato. iint . dttttjia. - -rj
..mill in ine i uuit iui i"
1 Iia namnlnint
i u mi u fir breach ti, dofpndants are furt her notified
A bill 10 auo.i... --""-;:: T,... J.,.. w7 i, A.tachment ajtainst their
of nromise to marry uaa r "7. .' ' i,SUed to
; the British rarlianient, anu -r-- - x- u. Hanover. and madere
aa 1 11 v
will probatjly lhe act t0 Tlut0 turnable at the same time ami , place as
v .Asxr the flrst of next Jan- 8ummons t-w it : on the 9th Monday a
eftCC Wo think tlS Would be a good "Sh Monday in March 1883 at the Ci
uary. W? q 8 House in Salisbury.
i-s f adont iu thiscouniry, ior uu,
.Ipinoralizine from any
UCUUIIS . ""is-
.x;rxf rxf view. The knowieuge u.-
adtttv.' continued Jiurke, speaaoig relief ot a
- i t . . 1. .. i ill 1 nmi 10 v-w - . .
very slowly, 'but 1 niusi aay u. kild to speculative iemaies
you toucH. that picture I "will .HCftiS" their ardur, aud it
ton of your hcau on uu j - . time.
mm m a I. V ' I WlIUHIa IS BV"W 'l a
restraiuing influeuce upon the imp, u
,Ul in their intercourse wilh gay Lo-
tpVm Mtvereien panacea
ln;rr:'uL . be" redre-cl by
V 1 IB cvMfc"" 1
breach of pm f3?!5r5
irou auva caii-
t 1 1 ,.,1ih All
.i ,tiiii w 110 1 tinner suui
J. M. HOKAll, i;erK
Sup'r Court Rowan County.
Feb. 6th. 1883
across that railroad track !
Now, that'u just tlie way with you
southerners,' said the stranger, edging
away from Burke, who had conftout
tu I 1 1 I 111 I Yon are so hot headed that
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a mau can't even talk to you without
a . . .
oti nff mail. 1 never mxv
' it : ..,.; 1,1 Iiovp mint l
people. A si 11 t gwfc s -
a . f A 41.1 ui i
er word to say to you, sir.' Atlanta
nuu- a- , , jpou ud eali
swell I rueoi . ,
I .iiront llf tllC
ctimstanccs oeconira u..
highest civilisation. Ex.
W ttfLL "vaaB-.
I Ktai -iBaT-
Br Stttt-..iaB1 Ba.
.aaaBST sJass iVaia
" 1 sx ill' MliMaiMsl IS Iss
ttWtttttiaat to an order of the SuperiM
Court of Rowan county, I will offer at pub
lic sale, at the Uoun nouse m omnuurj, -
1st Monday in April, 1883, bidding to l
irin with f737, a valuable tract of land,
known as the Old May Place, i-Proyidence
Township. Rowan County, adjoining ttio
lands of Sam l iMier, louia
others, containing about
with comfortable dwelling and ueccsaarj
outbuildings. There is a good orchard 01.
the premises, and pood indications ot gob..
TERMS: On J-third cash, and the bal
ance ip cqtnfl enstallments at six and tweh c
months, with interest from date of sale, st
eight per cent. Title reserved until pu: -T
chase oonev is all paid.
j" SAM L McCUBBINS, Cnm r.
a-it-lttirv N.C.FcVv 14. 1883 18:6w
sw"Jr Jt K j
It. Tt. KEEN,
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oaubuuiv, i v.
Apt fir PfiEMX IROU WORKS,
Emiines, Boilers. Sat Hills,
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Also, Ccmtrsvetor and Builder.
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