SALISBURY. If. C JUNE 14, 1883.
ThelCarcjlina Watchman, 1
' jsTjllUSlteD IN THE YEAR 1834.
Saved by His Sister.
l'KlC'i ll.SOlS ADVANCE.
leasehold Article Cor Universal
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Typhoid Fever a.
Sore Throat,. Small
Pox, M tables, ud
L'r leen kncn to spread where the Fluid was
"led - ifyvilow Fiver has been cured with it after
btocll Vomit had taken place. The worst
cases of Diphtheria yield toil.
m! SICK 1 er- i bsaku-iva
res pf event- j
y Daintily whu
hanaps ami bumucu.
JorSoreThromi it is a
For frosted?; reet,
.,(! Vfliiti- Comlple
luuf;iii el j its use.
Ship fiver prveiited.
X pufiiv the Orc-atli.
iioifi I Hirsejd.
CatlirfU tcliefcd and
PITTING of Small
A member of my fam
ily was taken with
Small pox. I used the
Fluid : the patient was
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. - J. W. Park
The physicians here
use Darbys fluid very
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shealedrapidly. ! "meat of Diphtheria.
StiBffl, eic. z
I usel the Hu(U during
mirnreiem aflliciiou with
Scarlets ferrr - f ilh de-
riiled fcU:lit:iE5 It IS
iwfisoeVhbtc t"he sick
room 4- Ws. R Sawd-
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dote fo Animal r..,k. a).
geuble poisons, j
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Ulcers purified and
In eases of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy
sician, J. MARION
Sims, M- D., New
York, says: " I am
convinced Prof. Darbys
Prophylactic Fluid is a
Vandfrbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
I Its ify to the most excellent qualities of Prof.
Darbyi Prophyw tic Fluid. As a disinfectant and
deterge it it is twin theoretically and practically
superii to any preparation with which I am ac
quaints 1 . N. T$ Lt ktoh, Prof. Chemistry.
Isbv riiihl is ItecoiumeiMled by
lion Alpxamjif.k H. St s c it rns, of Georgia;
kev haj. F. D..KMS, D.D., Church of the
Stranglrtr, M . V;
Ips. UL,oKTB Columbia, Prof., University, S.C.
krvlA. J BaJtlk, Prf., Mercer University:
Revlito. F. Tikkck, Bishop M. E. Church.
LNDISI'KNSAHI.K TO KVKBT HOME.
PeBtctly harmless. Used intcrnallv or
exterrSilly for Man or Beast.
"Hie Fluid. lia$ been thoroughly teste!, and we
have afiinitaK cyidenoe that it has done everything
h'reiJunied, ;Fr fuller information eet of vour
pamphlet or send to the proprietors,
J. It. ZEILIN CO..
urine Chemists. PHILADELPHIA.
"Ahem, Ly sander!" said Miss Cath
erine -Southern wood, one morning, as
she poured out her brother's third cup
jof coffee, "arhile he drenched his last
, buckwheat-cake with a sea of maple
syrup. "I was a-thinking, Ly sander,
since you have set your heart on mar
rying that Jones girl" (Ly sander, fig
uratively, pricked up his ears at this
announcement, for Miss Catharine
had been bitterly opposed to the idea
of her good-looking bachelor brother
consigning his heart and fortune to
the tender mercies of the 'Jonesgirl.,)
I was a-thiuking she went on, de
liberately, 'that mebbe, seeing they are
se kind of pinched tor means, that I
might get Olympia to come and stay
awhile this fall, and help me about
the housework. There'll be a heap to
do, with the apple-butter to make,
and the like; and, besides, I need
some help in the kitchen. Cooking
is getting to be hard work for me now.
But there's one thing about it, Lysan
der,' she continued, as her brother
signified his willing consent and grat
itude 'you must promise me that
you won't ask her to marry you while
she is staying here. It would be ve
ry on proper, you know.'
Lysander promised, and went out
to harness the mare, as Miss Cathe
rine had decided to drive over at
once, aud bring Miss Jones back with
the worse fof the morning's campaign. The Best Time for Exercise for
Miss Catherine blew the dinner- Girls.
horn at the usual hour, and Lysander
appeared punctually at 12 o'clock.
But for some reason or other din
ner was a half hour later than usual,
and when it was finally dished and
brought to the table, the biscuits
proved to be underdone and the
chickens roasted to a crisp.
'Had bad luck with your biscuits,
didu't you, Catherine?' said her bro-
ooce. Before breakfast is a good ti
for a gen tie walk, yet the delicate should
swallow a mouthf ul or two of milk or eat
a tiny biscuit before going out. A glass
of cold water does good too before one's
Sh,e smiled grimly as her brother
strode away, whistling.
'The shortest cut ain't always the
nearest road home,' she said, compla
cently. 'And there's more ways of
killing a cat than feeding it to death
with beefsteak. There's Hnlda Rush
is worth a dozen of that girl ! But, la! smeared and untidy, and the apple-
Lysanuer is as blind as a bat ! Never
ther, making a wry face at the yellow walk, and it is a good plan to walk, saj
streak of saleratas he found on break- a quarter of a mile, to a well, drink a
iug opening one of the leaden lumps; glass of water there and then return. To
but Miss Catherine smiled leniently, those who take this advice, breakfast will
'Olympia had bad luck with tier be anything but a make-believe. Never
biscuits she said : 'but I believe my take exorcise oa a fall meal. From two
bread is as good as usual and she to three hours after is the boat time, aud
passed him a square of light, golden- if JOu take your principal exercises be
colored corn-bread more tempting fore diuner, lie sure to allow time for at
than pound-cake. least half an hour of rest before you ait
Lysander left his biscuit untaated, dowu . elc you are but opening tbe door
but cast a glance of compassion at for iudlgestiou to walk in aiid play liaroc
Olympia. with your health. Exercise, to bs beue-
'Accidents will happen he said, ficii, must be regular ; but perhaps you
consolingly, though he could not help are afrttid tue weather. I pray you be
noticing a sullen look on Miss Jones' notsojwrap up lightly but well, and
face m spite of the smile she flashed ' At(y it. Defy tbe wiml( the nftJf
at him. He noticed also the tumbled Hod ,leet and snow iUef for ODe dtXJ8
cur Is aud soiled untidy dress. not catch cold when actually taking ex-
Have some cold mutton, Lysander' erciM, j do 9man ya. Finally, let your
said his sister, 'if you cau t eat any of xerciae to Taiiedf one d kiud ud
the chicken. Olympia will learn how the oUlw bat alway, pIwuuraulef
to cook alter awhile. . . 1 and taken at the same hour day after
So it was Olympia who burned the d You may find it irksome at first,
chickens ! . ., ... . . . . . .. '
Tl 1 1 I 1 .' ulu 'i WU UtWUUlC IJilUll MIIU JUUf
ISfitt llISli hlltD hnl l,t JiniwiH Lt i t
u;wimti iiin-iiicu ilia viiiiiivi 111 Ol -
lenee, though he still made excuses
for all shortcomings.
Olympia changed her soiled dress
before tea-time, and was beaming with
smiles when Lysander took his seat
at the table. But the tea had a wishy
washy taste, the butter-dish was
Medical men will tell Tou that about
two linn re at Mercian in the own air of May a meeting of the directors of
should be taken etery day. But tbis !th Watauga & Caldwell N. G. Rail
does not moan you are to take it all at i roaA Co- eld. Mr. Isaac Daugh-
erty was elected to nil the vacancy on
the board caused by the resignation
of Capt. Win. F. Shull. In pursu
ance of a late act of the General As
sembly the name of the corporation
was changed to the North Carolina
and Tennessee Railroad Company. A
T7 S '.!""1INEW SPRING GOODS!
during court week, aud on the 10th j
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
gurdeou will be health.
BLAGKMER &T AYLOR
i could see an inch before his nose !'
'Astonishing how sister Catherine
has come around at last !' thought Mr.
! Southernwood to himself. 'At first
she cm Id n't bear the idee of me a-
marrying Olympia Joues, and now
! she's actually a-going to have her in
the bouse. But that s just like a wo
man ! Let 'emsee you will have your
own way, and not be led around by
the nose, and they'll give right up
aud be as mellow as a fall apple. But
i am glad Catherine thought of get
ting Olimpia here this fall. It'll be
a help to 'em both, for the Joneses
are poor. But I don't care a rush for
that ! I'd rather have a poor girl,
anyhow, than a fine lady, that didn't
know how to make up a feather-bed,
i I i i i
or iry a siap-jaca. i like a woman
hat can bustle around and see to
hings, even if she don't have to do
'em herself one that can make a. pat
of butter, or pick a goose, or spin a
hank of yarn, if need be. And I like
to see A Woman look neat he went
on, as he curried the dappled mare
aud nibbed her down with a wisp of
hay. 'And Olympia always looks as
neat as a new pin when X call there.
Anyhow, I do hope she'll come!' he
Ot course Olympia would go ! And
she ran quickly up stairs to pack up
her clot Ik s.
'It's a mighty good ehance for me
she thought, as she brushed her curls
before the little looking-glass ; 'and
1 11 improve it too! But I 11 not help
with the house-work long she added.
'Wait till I get to be mistress up there,
and see who'll house-work then !'
Lysauder's heart gave a jump as
the wagon hove in sight with its two
Prisons iu France.
Prison life iu France is a very different
, tiling from what it is iu America. Iu the
case of condemned criminals iu France,
the crimiual is al lowed to do many things
denied the unhappy felou Iters. The
most notable of those is the permission
given him to play cards as much as he
j likes. Another detail affords a curious
j example of the policy pursued by the
resolution was adopted aereeine to ,laTe now receded tneir entire stock of Spring snd Summer Goods which have Wen
i. j . .i r & . 6 .. selected with 'Meat care to suit the varied wants and tastes f their
1 . , .t. ... .! a wL a f.
consolidate the company with the
Bristol and North Carolina Railroad
Company, each company, however, to
retain its own corporative existence,
as iu the case with the C. ft L. R. R.
Co. The president, Dr. W. B. Coun
cil, and the old board of directors
were re-elected for the next twelve
As soon as the affairs of the consol
idated company are perfected, Gener
al Imhoden says that capital will be
ready to build the road rapidly. He
says that the road will be finished to
the mouth of Roan's Creek by the 1st
of uext January, and hopes to enable
Dr. Council to have a force of hands
throwing dirt on the Hue from Lenoir
to Boone with iu 90 days.
Everybody over here is in good
spirits and the railroad fever is spread
ing. It is to be hoped that this is
business and that before two years a
through line of cars willrun from the
sea cost via Lenoir and Boone and
Bristol . Topic.
all of which they offer as cheap as the cheapest. They have now in Store the
L A.EGE8T ASSOETMENT OTP
NOTIONS, CLOTI1ING, FURNISHING GOODS, SHOES, Ladies and
AND FAMILY GROCERIES
they have bought for many seasons. JST'A new stock of TABLE and GjLASSWARI;.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF FIVE CENT TINWARE.
We still have the best FLOUR, OAT MEAL, MEATS. SUGARS, TEAS,
assort ment of
COFFEES, RICE, CANNED FRUITS, JFLLIKS. PURE L
MEAL, New Orleans MOLASSES and SYRUPS, &e. A full
FAMILY MEDICINES. Agents for Coats' Spool Cotton. Agents for
GUANO, which is BpFirst class, and which we offer for 400 lbs, of Lint Cotton, cj
Come and See us
before you buy or sell, for we will do you good.
April 12, 1883
W. W. TATI.OM S D.
Mow to Buy a Horse.
sauce was iusipid and flavorless. The
biscuits were light and puffy this
time, for Miss Catherine had made
Lv&indpr hd crtuul il laimsut ion .
but unpalatable food will disorder the , 1 reuch theseunfor
best regulated liver and upset the : tuuate8' he carders are com missioned
temper of an angel, and Miss Cathe- j '? ,,s.tbe,r eodoavors
ritte soon discovered a fresh wriukle ' t,,u lmr a" him iu con-
over her brother's nose. I vert,on hy all means available. Let it
One moriiino- LvnantW K.rnd Inln ' not frwrevar, be supposed that this trent-
AS WELiJaS THE INTEREST OF
R R. iCratarford. of th Arm of
R. B. CRAWFORD ft CO.
are uow prepared to supply our
custonieh wh all kinds of
In addition to the
Betf Selected Stock of
A U 1) W A R E in the
S T A T E.
Wc also handle
Rifle ham Blasting Powder
line otTIiuinff Sunnlies.
ft' . -
I We wUl J20
Duplicate Any Prices in
J the State.
AND SEE US.
occupants, and visions of the blissful
weeks to come danced through his
mind. He was so embarrassed and
overcome with delight at the coquet-
isli smile Olympia bestowed on him
that he hardly had presence of mind
enough to let dowu the bars for them
to pass through.
'.Now, Olympia,' bustled Mis Cath-
. 1 Ists-a .1 ..a
en ne, when tuey iiau laid on then-
hats aud shawls, 'it's time we begun
diuner. Lysander must have it at 12
o'clock, precisely, or he thinks he's
killed. There's a couple of pullets
iu the coop, out in the chip-yard,' she
added, tying a clean check -apron
' ' j w . iv -
arounu ner waist. iou may wring
their necks, aud git era ready for
roasting, while I start up a fire iu the
Olympia looked at her pink calico
dress, with its flounces and nifties and
wondered if Miss Catherine would of
fer her a check apron, too.- But Miss
Catherine did uo such thing, and
Olympia wrung the chickens' necks
aud prepared them for the oven, with
I rather a cross look shadowing her
I pretty lace.
"'Got em iu the oveu ? asked Miss
Catherine, sharply. 'Then you can
mix up a batch of biscuits while I
make the johnny-cake. Lysander al
ways must have two kinds of bread
for dinuer, or he can't eat,' she ex
plained. 'Humph !' thought Olympia. 'He
won't get two kinds of bread for din
uer when I'm mistress here, I cau tell
But she turned to the bre. d-t ray
without a word.
By the time the biscuits were in the
oven the waist aud front breadths of
Qlympia's dre.-s looked considerably
the kitchen, where his sister was mix
ing light bread for she could not
trust it to Olympia, who had already
spoiled two batches, which had to be
thrown to the pigs.
'Catherine,' whispered Lysander,
hurriedly, 'the minister's folks are
coming up the lane ! Of conrse they'll
spend the day, and do, pray, Cathe
rine, cook the dinner yourself! Don t
let us be disgraced in their eyes!
Miss Catherine saw her opportuni
ty and seized it.
'Cook the dinner myself! Dear me,
Lysander, how can I ?' she asked.
'We must have turkey, of course, and
mashed potatoes, aud pumpkin pies,
aud a steam ed batter-pudding with
lemon-sauce, aud cabbage-salad ! Be
sides, who will entertain the visitors
while I'm in the kitchen? Olympia?'
'Olympia ! Pshaw ! She can 't do
anything but giggle!' growled Ly
sander, savagely, much to his sister's
'I'll tell what, Lysander,' said Miss
Catherine, reflectively, 'I must have
some help, and if you'll just saddle
the mare and lead her around for
11 u Ida h Uush, I'm sure she'll come.'
And Lysander hastened to do his
Dinner was on the table at precise
ly twelve o'clock, and the Rev. Mr.
Shepherd and his family testified to
the excellence of the richly-b. owned
turkey, juicy and unctions, the mash
ed potatoes and gravy, the golden
lined pies, and yellow batter pudding
with its rich sauce to say nothing
of ligh, flaky rolls and fresh butter.
And when, after diuner, Lysander
stepped into the dining-room for a
pitcher of water, he could not help
observing the contrast between Hul
dah's satin-smooth braids aud snowy
ncck-riiffie, and Olympia's tawny rib
bons aud biowzy hair.
An old horseman says : "If you
want to buy a horse, don t believe
your own brother, lake uo man s
word for it. Your eye is your market.
Don't you buy a hore in harness. Un
hitch him and take everything off but
his halter, and lead him around. If
he has a corn or is stiff, or has any
other failing, vou can see it. Let
him go by himself a ways, and if he
staves right into anything you know
he is blinu. no matter how dem
and bright his eyis are he can't see
any more than a bat. Back him too.
Some horses show their weakness at
in that way when they don't
any other. But, be as smart
J. R. IvETCjST,
Salisbury, N. C.
Apt for PHfflNIX IRON WORKS,
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills,
a loo, Contractor and Builder.
Ja J6, '83. ly
incut is iu intended purely aud simply to
cheer and divert the condemned mail.
The warders. Waiib rlma mnkiucr Lmi I . .
selves agreeable, are expected to give
very day a most minute report of the m . t n
n sometimes. Even an expert gets
IIia srnr nf Ilia lnviltli uml uiiriia lint I . ,
... -- . -i ' I stuck, a horse may look ever . so
aiso an nis actions, nowever trivial, anu nice am, go a great peace aml yet
r j ..; mi i nil iiib wimus. 411 line wuj llOb
only may the means be found of justify
iug his condemnation, but also curious
statistics may be secured as to the men-
... S i 1 .' .
lai, moral anu puysicai couuiliuu ol a
After a tnoroturh trial of the
ibom iohic, x take pi
in atatinar that I have
greatly benefited by IU
use. Ministera and Pub
lic speakers will find it
of the grreateBt value
EBV. J. I. TOWNEE.,
"I consider tl
a moat excellent remedy for
tbe debilitated vital forces.
I recommend it
doubted nutritive and
ZoesMIte, Xy., Oct. a, UBS.
atEDI C mat C O. , HI V. nXa ST.,
have fits. There isn't a-man could tell
it till something happens. Or he
may have a weak back. Give him the
whip and off he goes for a mile or flesh, in the opinion that "the country
two, then all or a sudden, he stops in will go Democratic at the next
the road. After a rest he starts Presidential election. Ex-Senator
A Cloud of Witnesses. The
spirit of Garfuld agrees with many
leading Republicans, still in the
'Olympia,' said Miss Catherine, a
couple of weeks later, as she took a
folded paper from the bureau drawer,
'here's a present I've got for you a
new dress ! It's basket cloth. And
there's some blue trimmings aud silk
buttons for vou. And and, Olympia,
I shan't need you any longer, for my
brother is going to lie married to-morrow
to Miss Hnlda Rush, and she's a
powerful good housekeeper you know.
'Just what I thought,' said Mrs.
Jones, when her daughter appeared
with her bundle of clothes. 'You
alius was lazy and slovenly, an' alius
will be, I reckon." .
'I ra sorry I went there
grumbled Olympia. 'It's all
plagued old maid's fault, I know :'
And it was Miss Catherine's man
agement that saved her brother from
that snare; ibut he never suspected it
rr s v n m
or course. Helen r. iAark.
Chicago, June 4. A special to the
Daily News from Toronto, Ontario, says
the t email plot to blow up the Welland
Shin Canal has just been unearthed, the
particular have not beeu ascertained as
The Object of Faith.
Believe the Bible and thou shalt bo
saved t Xo. There is no such word
written. It is, "Believe on the Lord
.TaWMlisa i Mil iar fttlJl flu. ii eholf anwil "
Do not trouble yourself in the first in
stance about questions connected with
the book of Genesis, or difficulties
suggested by the book of Itevelation.
Let the wars of the Jews alone iu the
meantime, aud dismiss Jonah from your
mind. Look to Jesus; get acquainted
with Him listen to His word believe
v v mm a . .
111 mm trust mm obey biu. That is
nil that is asked ot you m the nrst in
stance. After you have lielieved on Him
aud taken Him as your Saviour, your
Master, your Model, you will uot be slow
- . . . , . a a sm
to una out that "all scripture is given
by inspiration of God, aud is profitable
for reproof, for correction, and for in
struction iu godliness." You may never
have all your difficulties solved, or all
your objections met, but you will be sure
of vour foundation : you will feel that
your feet are planted ou the sarc "Rock
of Ages." Dr. Qibtom.
Facts About r lour. r lour is pecu
liarly sensitive to the atmospheric influ
ences, hence it should never be stored in
a room with sour liquids, nor where on
ions or fish are kept, nor any article that
taints the air of the room in which it is
stored. Any smell perceptible to the
again, but he soon stops for
and nothing but
good, Conk ling has already made a similar i S e
could prediction. Mr. Jay Gould, who has la Z,
a . I a I " " 7 J I
f'A 1 1 t I i 1 1 1 1 1 ci i mnrn r nnn nr nor t v i - '
.VsirisW OI'M Vy IIUII VLIIl viv.s
The conflict between the iron mannfac-
ttu-er. winch la to end ill the survival ot
the fittest, is said to have begun. Iu
England the coal and iron ore lie coutig-
uons, so that the transportation account
is merely nominal. With us some ore is
imported clear across the ocean, while
the great bulk of the ore used at Pitts
burg, we believe, is hauled from the lake
legion at a cost of ten or twelve dollars
per ton. Our high tariff aud consequent
high prices have permitted ores to he
hauled immense distances, aud o it has
come about that vast furnaces have been
erected at points without reirard to the
propriety of their location in an economi
cal point of view. As long as there was a
ual to Republican successes, thinks
the Democrats will succeed. Ex-Sec
retary Blaine is understood to enter
tain the same belief. The indications
all favor a forecast in which dead
and living Republicans agree. The
old Republican leaders are out ef the
held. 1 he new lights are being ex
tinguished one after another. The
labor bubble has burst. Ma hone is
used up. Keifer, Robeson, Cornell
are all unavailable. "Arthur will not
get a united Republican support."
1 he Republican game is up, and, in
the language of Garfield's spirit :
tc i : 1 1 it 4 . "
X lie country win go ueiuuciauu
The gunboat Florida, that cost $1,700,-
000 iu 1S07, made a trial trip and then
great margin for profit these disadvauta- J being fbuud nuseawoithy has been suffer-
ireatif nosition were not so apparent. But
now that the demand for iron had fallen
off, aud the price has settled on a reason
able basis, the misplaced furnaces and
manufactories have been forced to ius-
iieml. while those that are better located
can still keep in operatiou. -
New York has its riches aud pleasures
it has also suffering and anguish. On
Meudav a woman, a daughter of von
Mauschwitz once a minister in the Prus-
sian court wealthy and esteemed--being
ou the verge of starvation committed
The Princess Wilhelmine was
si a a a a a .1 a
BAIIslA IB III 14 1 1 kAflkaall I I V I'll 111111 IV
. ., . ,, , - , . llusr ffodmother at lierciiristeiiiug ouinei
Avoid dam p cellars or lotts where a free ULruum,',"re " .
olponluliaii tf air Miinnl Iim fil 1 1 :i i I W1
llll.UIHlll'11 V. .4 1. VllllilUV , .
cold bread. The next uay anoiuer wo
man attempted to drown herself and two
... . i. n....,.,. ; Vast nvai' In fnd their satter- I .
intense summer, nor artificial neat, for i .-.- ' " " , shooting
....v Issnarrh rf lis.. -L.v 711 to 75 diMTreM "S lro,M HUlli.l s "
"J m I . i .1 ,.T.
Fhrnls.it It elmnld not eome in con- rageuy wmm .u0 .... g
and presence or
Keep in a cool, dry, airy room, aud not
exposed to a freezing temperature nor to
ed to rot at her wharf. She has been con
demned aud the department has actually
refused an offer of $40,000 for her. When
sold at auction she will bring about those
figures. The $1,700,000 is clear loss.
That is an illustration of Republican
mismanagement. And yet the navy de
partment wants permission to build more
ships! Let's wait until we have Demo
cratic supervision. A'e-06ei-rer.
Atlantic, Iowa, June 4. Frank Brown
aud John Anderson, two desperadoes, and
members of what is known as Crooked
Creek gang, pursued a course of intimi
dation in the town of Wista for three
hours ou Sunday, tiring revolvers pro
miscuously aud creating other distur
bances. They were finally met by an
armed bod v of citizens who oieiied tire,
Anderson dead and fatally
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m awm m wrm r
mind of the men who I Five carloads of black walnut tiiubor
tact with craiu or other substances which DU l"CHOB w "
are liable to heat. Flour siiould be sift- rescued the mother and babes from death, passed through this place last night, con
are ..able to heat. Flour should be sift days, says tlie World, this poor wo- fciged to a manufacturing establishment
fil and tlo n;i! t n l.w rluimnfflilv diainte- r ' J 1 m .
ed aud the particles thoroughly disiute
grated aud then warmed before baking.
This treatment improves the color and
baking properties of the dough. The
sponge should be prepared for tbe oven
as soon as tbe yeast has performed its
mission, otherwise fermentation sets in
and acidity results.
man has beeu wandoriug homeless about J in Philadelphia. Many of the logs meas
a., .fro-u ..I'ths i'in-. For davs alie has I iired three feet throiich. The timber
been without food, and she saw her little was shipped from a ioint beyond Ashe
babv airl and her infant actually starving ville ou the V. X. C. K. U. Iu a few
to death the one dragging by her side, years it will alt be goue, auu men some
the other iu her arms. Why was there
no relief for her ; no place for her to go
where she could get food and shelter T
A special to the Daily News from De
catur, Ala., says a cyclone swept through
Butler county ou Sunday, demolishing
houses on the plantations of Messrs
Betronnient, Neely, Wilkinson, Stiles,
if- u,ulmlininer. livinz within five
miles of Germanton, Stakes county, had
a fine tobacco plant bed bit by the frost
of last week, so much so as to make one-
Tnrnur mmA uM f4.i.,i,.n on ..rrvllialf of the plants unfit for use. We got
was killed and several other persons were 1 the information from a gentleman wl o
wounded. ' visited the bed. Kybliea.
foolish somebody will cry, "Shut the
stable door." Qreentboro Patriot.
A flrw Whitk-wash. It tor nse in
the house, I take a bucket of lime,
hand i u 1 of salt, spoonful of Prussian blue
and some glue. Now 1 our boiling wa
ter on and stir all the time till the lime
is slaked. If to bo used on ont buildings
or fences, 1 make common white wash,
adding a goal quantity of tallow to pie
vent washing off by nuns.
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A UOOD COW and CALF
FOR SALE I
A good Cow, of medium aire, and a vminir
calf, will be sold at a fair price. Cow is
giving milk. Apply at this Office.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ALL Persons having claims against tire
estate of Wilson Turner, dme'd, are hereby
notified to exhibit the same to the under
signed on or before the 28th day of May,
1884, or this notice will be plead in bar of
883. 4t pd.
their recovery. J
This, 28th day of May,
Administrator's Notice !
Having qualified as administrator of the
estate of Lawson J. Peeler, deed, notice is
hereby given to all creditors to exhibit
their claims to me on or before the :.hh
day of June, 1884, and all perons indebted
to tbe estate are reqnested to make imme
diate payment. ALFRED L. PEELER,
C om'r of Lawson J Peeler.
J Craige A Clement, i
Dated May 33, 1883.
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