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SALISBURY. M. C, JULY 19, 1888.
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JSlfeD IN THE YEAR 18S2.
Impurity of the
L j'wwl. Fever and
and ail DineMf
cautiil ljr le-
geLent of LiTtr- lowt and Kidneys.
flfrioMSAF A aHSKAfKl IJVER.
lESIllreatbl Pain in the SWe, somcunws the
" h t fffil the SlwuUWr.Ua.te. mistaken for
P,DX I-n Liewl l of appetite; Bowels
r2 . troablcd with pain, is dull and heavy
,h eMsiderafcle ! memory accompanied
SJSSndXi ..of leaving U...W something
SS S : l fovc been U.e; a 4ig:.t. dry Coi.gE
t 53forBP: p:.Uc on.plain.
SSJUf anil deiiiuty ; nervous, easily .tarried;
fJ2 , t,r h-HUS, prr mpil j)
h ef L cxs:.spir. -. low and WPfent.
w ! e.l ...a i 4i ,l eaeicisc would taMjene-
''"Fri s i:.. ...... trmr . Several
lov syiitptoiiis attend the disease, but casts
it lew oi irieiii num. ti
shown the Livor to
rcrsons Tfavpline or Uvinj
hra OM i.ixStltics. hv tal iiu a dose i
2 q kctp thf L''vr in healthy ..cthn, v
.' M:tlarin. Ilittoas attack, l:zzim
tave Murreancn .
.,.,,n nfker death has
have eeu extensively deranged.
It sllnnld Wuscd by all peraorm, old And
jjitnt- whenever any oi sue aine
or Wvinsr In TJn-
; M riu mis attack. U:z7iiiess, Nau-
. 'in.. DeoreiiB of Spirits, etc. It
will Ll-ratekt a of wine, but is no in
Iff You have eaten anything hard ot
dirMtion. or feel heavy alicr meats, or aieep-
1 An.) M . fill 1 im VMllSUAyl
let at nigni, jaxe a uux -
Tlnie and Doctors' It ills will be saved,
by aln-ays keeplnjr the IU-gulator
I in the Houae!
Fori whntevVr the ailment may be, a thnroughJy
ujtt pure;atlve, alterative mm tonic can
m l out of pUce. The r-ntedy is barinleas
am does not iaterferc with buaineaa or
t it IH tURELY TEGFTABLK,
Anjh:is all the power and cllicicy 1 Cdomel or
Quiine, wilhiut any of ihe injurious after euects.
I A irtvemrr' Testimony.
Simmons LJrer Regulator lia Uenin use in my
fbnly for s"ife time, and I am satisfied it is a
callable additjicn to the medical science.
t 1- G".l Siiorthh, Governor of Ala.
jlon. Aleitantler II. 8tephena, of 6a..
lav: Have derived some benefit 'nm the use of
Siiniuiis IJvlr Regulator, and wuli to give it a
funher Uial. !
fThe only Thine that never .'ails to
ilievc." T have used many remedies for fJys-
sia. l.iverAffei:tion and IXl.ility, l.ut never
: Tounu aaythmc to tenant me to the extent
Situiurts I.ivir Regiilalor has. I seiit from Nrin-
suta to (Jeoteia fr it. ;.nd would send 'urther lor
such a mediciic, and would advise ail who are sim
ilarly .Tirmed-io give it a Uial as it seems the only
tntng mat neyir fails to relice.
fp. , U. Jannlv. Minneapolis, Mine.
T. Wl Mason navf : From actual ex-
ence in thi nie of Simmoi.s liver Retilator in
; practice I ltave been amf a:n f alisficd to use
1 presci ioe ias a purgative mcuiciue.
fiTakel only the Gennine, which always
has uti the rapper the red Z Tratie-Mark
iaJ Signature of .J. II. K1I.1N A CO.
I FOR sltK BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
The Farmer's Hen.
A famons hen V my story's theme
Who ne'er was known to tire
Of laying eggs but then she'd scream
So load o'er every egg 'twould seem
The house must be on firer.
A turkey cock who ruled the walk,
A wiser bird and older
Could bear't no longer ; so off did Stalk,
Itight to the lien and told her ;
"Does nothing to the matter; .
It surely helps the egg no whit ;
So lay your egg and done with it,
I pray yon, madam as a friend,
Cease that superfluous chatter :
You know not how 't goes through my
"If limit, very likely!" madam said,
Then proudly putting forth a leg
"Uneducated barnyard fowl,
Yon know no more than any owl
The noble privilege and praise
Of authorship in modern days;
I'll tell you why I do ft,
First, you perceive, 1 lay my egg,
And then review it ;" .
I ' 1 12.. OS JL !
Those who aim at something great,
Never yet were found too late ;
Be iu time.
Life with all is hut a school ;
We must work by plan ami rule,
With some noble end in view,
Ever ready, earnest, true;
Be in time.
A Story of the War.
Death of Gov
How Two Suppoted Dead Soldier Met and legh News-Observer.
Recalled an Incident of Battle.
"Gath" in the New York Tribune.
The ex Confederate General Gordon
told me an interesting story about two
interviews he held with General Barlow.
At Sharpsburg Bailow was apparently
mortally wounded and fell into Gordon's
hands. Gordon took a liking to him
and asked him if he could uot do some
tiling for Barlow.
"1 thiuk not, General," said the young
man. 'i snairoe utmeu neie. no tioutti.
I do not expect to live. But yon can do political field as a Democrat, he was for
Here inn nacknee of many years a conspicuous ugure in pon-
One third of Edisto Island is now own-
from Chanel Hill
announces that the Hon Abraham Bench
er died iu that v ill iage this morning. The
intelligence was not unexpected, as the
distinguished gentleman had long been
in failiug health, and was so great a suf
ferer that death comes to him as a friend
bringing release and rest.
Gov. Readier was born in the county
of Wake iu the year 1798. He was edu
cated at the University at Chajiel Hill,
chose the law as his piifeion, atd ston
made his mark at the bar. Entering the
tics; was a member of Congress from the
Chatham distiict for a number of terms
one tlnug for me. Here i a
letters from my wife, which I wish yon
to destroy before my eyes."
Gordon, who was then a young man,
ok tne letters and was- aUnat to
destroy them when Harlow, will u -nib
ble at his throat, murmured : Would
you, take the trouble to read one of them
first f Any oue will do."
Gordon opened one of the letters and i nil respects a stnmj
read it to tlie dying man, his last frieud- mind and will, strong
The Time of Beauty.
Says a receut writer: "Woman joins
in an insurrection against the uni
verse when she acts as though her lite
were all involved in those few years
covered by her personal beauty. Phys
ical beauty is only one of the gifts of
heaven to the daughters cf earth.
That form of worth may fade away
into beauty of mind and heart, but it
should be as dawn passes up into
morning, and not as evening passed
down nto night. Woman, is fully
authorized by nature to make her fif
tieth year as noble as her sixteenth,
her learning, her conversation, her
taste, her matchless purity, her infi
nite friendship, which has not enough
worlds to conquer, being more than
able to atone for tints that may have
1,000,000 POINDS OF
DRIED FRRIT AND DER IES
- - u 1( Lv,
and minister to Portugal under President j fade( fvom her cheek. When physical
mt Bud.anjn appumteii. j beauty- is made the aim of being life
of New Mexico, and he jfi limited to about twenty years.
Thus are fifty years left without an
adequate reason of being except that
a part of the period was the aprroach
man ; strong- in I Df beauty, the other part, the retreat,
in character and fuj uf mucn humiliation."
was residing at Santa re when the war
between the States broke out and ho re
turned to his Southern home. He was
ed by negroes.
Abbeville coutitv has 804 miles of
highways, worked and maintained by the
public wiMi an average of five bauds to
A mortgage of $100,000 has been plac
ed on the C. & L. Railroad to secure bonds
for that amount which arc also endorsed
by the C. C. & A. Railroad company.
Clias. M. Booser, charged with placing
twobarsof iron on the track of the Air Line
Railroad, near Ayerville, Ga., oh Satur
day morning, thereby causing a serious
accident to a tram, is a native ot urange
burg, S. C
HoKG Kong, July V. Cholera has
broken out at Swatow and is raging violently.
Nkw York, July 9.-Policemen Jno.
O'Donovau and Charles Reynolds were
seriously wounded while attempting to
arrest a burglar in Jersey City last night.
The burglar was fatally shot. He said
his name was Frank Brown.
Alkxanduia, July 9. The provisions
have given out at Damietta and the peo
ple are starving. A uumber of the Eu
miimii lf'Hidents made an attempt to
break the cordon around town and sever
al of them were wounded.
Hni.TKN. Nkb.. July 12. A tornado
ly words perhaps from home. Then the
letters were destroyed. But the incident
touched Gordon so that he made a site-'
cial exertion to have Barlow sent thro'
the lines or to hae his wife admitted to
him. This being done the two armies
fell apart and these two men saw each
other no more. Gordon considered Bar
low to be dead. Barlow had also seen
that a General Gordon had been killed
somewhere. They met again at a friend
ly talde in Washington, but did not
know each other through the changes of
After some lapse Gordon iid : "Gen
eral Barlow are you a relative of that
Bailow who was killed at Aulietnni 1"
"No," said the General, "I am the same
man. Are you any relative," inquired
Harlow in turn, "of that General Gordon
who was recently killed on the Confeder
ate side T" ' "That was my cousin ; I am
John B. Gordon." Then at the request
of the persons who overheard, Barlow
told his tale, amid tears and emotion on
steadfast in his convictions.
The new la.y taxing saloons in
Ohio bids fair to redue general taxa
tion at the same time it promises to
nut nearlv all the saloons in the
Among ,the Albany (N. Y.) families
which have lived longest on Capitol Hill
are those of McNab and Cniuming. About
thirty-five years ago two young tuen be- iaJjJ 0f t,e big brewers and distil
longing tothe two families, who had erg The Mocrlin Brewing Company
long been intimate friends, and as full of amj Windisch, Mulhauser & Co., of
spirit and activity as most persons ot Cincinnati have paid $44,000 in the
their age, retired into lifelong seclusion, sl,a,)C Gf taxes under the bcott law
each in his own house, apparently m already. This sum was advanced by
pursuance of a solemn compact. M X;il jhosc iii nis in payment of taxes for
dird about five years ago. Once in a 220 saloon-keepers who were unable
while the neighbors caught a glimpse of to p,lt , tie necessary $200 license
au old man walking up and down in the fee. The conditions were the execu
izaidcu behind his house, but he never lion bv the saloon keepers to the
was seen on the street, dimming is brewers of a chattel mortgage on all
still liviug in mysterious retirement. ' their fixtures and a written agrec
llany years ago a neighbor looking out ! nietifi that they would purchase beer
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN'S!
They have just received a new supply of SUMMER GOODS, which they offer try
cheap, with a full assortment pf
Dry Godtts ifotions, eiotMn5V Ptttnisliing Goods.
Their Stock of Family Groceries is large and complete. They still have the best
Flour, Oat Meat, Meats, Sugars, Teas, Coffees. Rice, Meal, Bran, Shorts,
New Orleans Molasses, Syrups, Pure Lard, &c.
A full assortment of Family Medicines.
Table and Glassware, A Good Stock.
Still have a plenty of Five Cents Tinware,
sell, for vc will do you good.
Jnlv 4th, r8S3.
FRUIT JARS cheap and all kinds.
Agents for Coats' Spool Cotton,
Jiff Come and see us before vou buy or
the scuttle of his house, saw the hermit's
head bob in at his owu scuttle, a few
.rods away, bat since then no one outside
of the family has seen John dimming.
His brother William, ft grain merchant,
'.told the census-taker in 1880 that John
I was living, hut ho invariably declines to
apeak of his strange existence.
A Buggy with hut One Wheel.
of none but their "benefactors."
A Canadian "infant industry" has
been wrecked it appears by the ope
ration of the new tariff in this coun
try. The duty on barley was reduced
from fifteen cents ten cents per bush
el and the tariff on malt raised from
twenty per cent, ad valorem to tweu-
One of our good citizens came near ty cents per bushel. "Under tins
having his earthly affairs wound up night tariff," savs the Toronto Globe, "it is
I 1 f...... Lit., r.uiliinr ni'itmwl his OWU inuwiccililu f',n tlto ( 1 1 ! 1 1 i I II mfllt.HtPI
A reporter yesterday investigated the . - - ...v. .
1 " " ' 1 I IT ...1 ... tlia OltV fit 4- ,..,.n(n nirnni.l 1 mni'IP'lll nilfl
"Chicago Single-wheel Buggy Company" , i" "v - w '"l " f "
llic uuiinciiucinc ia ihmv "i
I ..1.1 . 1 .. f . 1 II I'M.
IllilllUIUtlUICVI CAI"1 11 ....-..
blow. Some hundreds of men and
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. . ... .i , .... tin. ' I ...... I ..-,. I ..t mucn u ilc nt ilfi u
.1 ,; weni at once to t u cui t iui - mimucu? ui imn. .un.o .v.
the incorporators, to be the smiling dis-, " uv U,1VC xv v ... , , . c i ... 'IV
Z ... . ' chickens, for the night. His next door be throvuout ot employment on lo-
peuser of amber lager beer in au Adam . " , , i
. 111 l. : .1. .. ........ I. .,(,.. I i.nnln .i niin
nelgUUOl IlCailllg Hits ISKSCt vuuhuuuu hhhu UIUIIVi
J. It. KEEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Apt for PHIENIX IRON WORKS,
Emcines, Boilers, Saw Hills,
Also, Contractor and Builder.
Ja 25, '83. if
whose r,icorporation. with a capital of 2 o'clock that night from Concord, brmg
$1,800,000, was telegraphed from Spring- j ig ith him, a lot ot hue spring chick
Held. He found Mr. Fred Binder, one of .'. '" ,,,s
street saloon, and through him became
trying to rob his
i . i i
'r.....i..v niirhr iWuiliakKd sl iinmber of I ,u.nnaii.tl with Mr Vii'kI. tlt iii- that souieoouy was
a mrviVM'j a v " .- i -a t w a o " , . . .
ClilcKeu rotsr, ami opening wiuunn, t
luiildinirs at Salido City, killing three pen tor of the siucrle wheel buggy. IJoth
w omen and one child, and injuring fifteen gentlemen admitted that they were inter
m -a . I .
other perstius. The storm passed direct- ested iu the f 1, 800,000 enterprise, and
did not deny that they expected to
mountains of money with Mr. Yogel'a in
ly from north to South.
Paris. July 12. M. Loms Pasteur, a
French chemist, has offered
to organize a mission with the object of
vetitiou. 1 he latter consists oi a
which will be attached to a horse by
means of a pair of buggy shafts,
of this new contrivance absolute safety
iu driving is secured, as the wheel can
only tip or turn over iu case the hoie
does the same thing. Besides, he claims
that his new vehicle can get anywhere a
horse can get, and that the horse will bo
able to make greater speed in this con
trivance than in any sulky of the old pat
through the streets of Chicago in his sin-
I AS WEIiL.VS THE INTEHBST OF
:..i-..uiirii!nir tlm iisitni'M and
,l,e cIh.1, EgJ .... 1 " S'e t n - the chick,,, "
ixwi.iii im.4 endorsed t he scheme, ami v. I
III icoioii " ma- .--. -
Pasteur has applied to Lord Granville,
the British Foreign Secretary, to turuish
him with facilities for carrying ont his
Lima, July 12.-Gen. Moore, the Aiuer
MViil nt ("alia, died last night of
1 1 (to a J U a me ------7 w
yellow fever, flags are at half mast on all
shipping to-day out of respect to his
memory. The message of tlie president
of Chili on the subject of pcaco with . wheel uext Saturday.
Gen. Iglesias lias fallen into ft uiunoer
bolt iu Bolivia. The conduct of the Pe
ruvians is bitterly commented on.
Maye ViLLE, Coi.., July 12. Yester
day Denuis Hagerty Heury Dowling, two
desperadoes, met James Lynn and a
Swede, 3 miles from town. They shot
with a club
The Idaho Jail. Trie jail of Na
ples county, Idaho, is a hole in the
ground ten feet deep. The prisoners
are dropped in with the significant
warning that the guards have each
killed their man, and positive orders
to put a hole through every head that
. i At f; .1 ,.l...n ilm L.ii.f.ii.n Tr 1 1 T 1 1 . i
..,..1 i in. hiiiiet missetl Wie citizen nunui ii.in ;t i juuib iiwii- oini-. ...v...
. . .... i. i- i .... .t. i.i :..
vard and passed through both sides be isaru to enmo out, as me -uuic
rer. larger at the bottom tiian at tne top.
! VVIipii k oriiuiiier is wanted a wire
1 held his pistol in the direction of the
' noise and tired. Instantly a yell from
. .I... ,.ti ...... fijl il,u mi ,1 h linr that a
ma ice ; o---
mistake hail lieen made and lie put m
. . .. i i : !.:..!.
wheel h's pistol to bear tne explanation, which
i -i i
of course was simple and easily inane.
Notim" Plioul 1 1m h.st if Uip etr.raarli, hr
ana lw N :: n.n cti il , t aili t tli s'tre
rented e, liosft iti-r's stmimch Uilti-ra.. Dm
easesoftlie organs n.iiiud hj;a others far
more serious, iunl i d l-.y is, tiierefore, haz-
ui-.L.iw iivso. n.!:i. liver coniiiiuini, ciuiia
.....I r.-..v Jii-K- iliumaLie twiir'ea. kidue
v..-.kns.' bri.'iir serious boililv trouble if
trili t with. bo?o no time iu uaiuu Una
effeeuve lilltl safe medicine.
I'or sale by all Dru(nrt-tJ aud Dealer
Increases In ponnlarit.
eve ry day, aa ladies find ft
core t eve r worn. Mer
chant) my it cives thebcf t
tntisf action of any cors't
thoyever fold. Warrant d
saturadnrr or money re
J. 2. 3ASEILL only,
"Salisbury, N. C.
ft I I
iiled to a free delivery ' rope is droped down, and the man is
r. This is considered iu pulled up. Ool. Springs hep.
Raleigh is entii'
of her mail matte
tl,..r nlawa ii "rent advantage. It is i
.... !.1w..,.ti,1.,,t. of thocitv and renders Of the 272 periodicals published
; .iaimuio K ii ol.u-H of resilience, at St. Petersburg and Moscow, 249
To secure it we will have to nundier our are printed, in Russian, nine in Ger
houses. Even Mint of itself will be an man,
"R. P Cax?A fhn flm of l. vim and beat the Swede with a
--v vi ct w t. ji a. j x tiiu xx . xxx w i r
and then robbed tnem ooiu ot ic hi
lars they possessed. Hagarty and Dow-
were arrested in the evening ami
R R. CRAWFORD & CO.
V.'e are now prepared to supply our
feustoraers with all kiuds of
I Iu addition to the
liest Selected Stock oi
II A;R D VV A R E in the
locked up, but were afterwards takeu
from jail, and hung by the citizens. Lynn
aud the Swede will both die.
We also handle
Eifle ana Blasting Powder
j jF U S E
al a full liue.ot. Mining Supplies.'
duplicate Any Prices in
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Pakis, July 12. The French press
warmly approves of the agreement be
tween the British goveiumeut and De
Lesseps for the construction of another
Suez Canal. The Temps says the agree
ment is a defiuite treaty of pence which
the business world cannot fail to applaud.
LaBourse says that conflicting interests
have seldom beeu arranged so satisfacto
rily. LeParis declares that by this agree
ment the seeds of discoi d have been de
i o Tl. V.rtli fifirm.in
Gazette again iudirectly attacks Sargei
the Americau Minister in an article rela
tive to a late report of Sargent on Amer-
: Th nnzpfte m same article
le.tii wi - "
quotes an article from a Cinciunatti pa
opr relative to tlie discoveries of adnlter
utiou in American lard. A Times Berlin
dispatch says the Bunderath when in re
assembles will probably pass a iaw tor
. A . ; .... .
i.:.ia;...r tkn imnortation oi Aiiiriit.in
"'""ft - -lard.
r'AIX ANI) SKE US.
However things may seem, no evi
thin' is success, and no good thing is a
Nothing is more dangeroas than a fricm
S. A. Swain, Esq., writes us from
Smithville that the champion snake ot
Brunswick was killed by one of his "dip-
a. ..t!.. aa w 1 m nns l1
pers IU HIS turpriuino wwii
Gravis' Creek on Wednesday of last week.
When the man saw the snake he was so
four in French, two each in
and in Hebrew, one caeii m
tat 1.1 a..!. ...
zens will ue eiau o nave
1 ' n 1 . i , 1 1 j iri-niv til I S II biiuiiod to the world. Armenian.
e I P 1-...,. H. I cnni.i-l' i
tho substantial bene- are eutireiy nee iroui uuiwa.
Tr. rhfl svstem of sion ; the remaining it ate urnua
. . . - : i ... i a..:.... ' : ...,.,,f W t-iL-t. it Unit itiir eitl.
3tr. vogei expects to .v .u.i -""- - ... ...... ; p;,,,,;,,!, ,! ;
tat 11 i 1 al.... . . t M.lirrilWII 111 I U l? . Ill IIIIIIOii uaa
W,,!., , , , .
Ut tliee. aeain. oniv ioi
aud ghul to enjoy
fits accruing from it
C ompost vs. C:innercial Manure.
Everybody who passes the farm of. Mr.
(.). .McLdlantl, ot I'oncttrti towusuip, ie-
marks upon the exc. Hence ot his cotton.
It is a uuilorm height oi irom Knee to
half thigh all over the Held. A gentleman
from Mooresviile who passed that Way
the other dav, said it was the best lot ot
.1 ' lf.. .....Lit
cotton ho lias SL-en mis year.
talkht" to Mr. McLelland about it NVed-
uesdav. He .-;iil there v as no conimer-
ial manure under it ; lie doesn t use it,
. . it-. i 1 .1
but. makes. his own compost. Ills ileitis
i : l. 1 . .. ... .Ik i i .... t i 1 1 1 1 1 n iii
ifo p' !li.M Willi a i.UIHIHit llilavi vf.
ti i v . - - a
acid, cotton seed and stable manure,
not only much eiieajrer man
.1 I.I . i U..i.n)!iiii,wiru nnn. I whti'h is
nninheiinu oar houses Ue at once put it. nenuy wuijai to . , flM tilizel.s but is a far better
sure. oi i cici""'b ,
practice. News Observer.
How to makk ito.--The New
Sun of this morning says: "In
UtniUlMaii nartv anneals to be
ready to go oat iu J834."
is ivneblips and (53 monthlies. The
A. J Iff vtaass'j -
hironst ri roti lat ion of al! is said to be
1 l M ' " H. "
a word the 7 1 ,000 co pies j the second largest only afterwards. On the
I ;,.a 25;000.iL.eo.n.8t, alone
This is true, boasts oi i,avx icinmivai.7, v. ...v,..
... i :..
impressed with its size and appearance enough and only oue tiling can si.iuo .u
that he shouted for assistance, when two the way ot its going, ami mat is
.1 1 . . ......... fl.A tli vr. I I
more men came auu u.-ir:u
the reptile was despatched. Upon beiug
67 arc political dailies.
measured he was found to be between six
and seven feet long aud about twelve
inches in circumference, and had twenty-
seven i attles.
This was undonbtedly a large snake,
hut considerable behind the Pender cham
pion rattlesnake, a portion of the skin of
which, without being split, was kept on
exhibition our othce tor a year or more.
It measured sixtieu iuches in circumfer
ence. Wilmington Stir.
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.. . ... ...r ... . . l x uu l ir ,, n ii.ttii i il .ik...w
tmt iiiHin tit. nolle v oiner man ui ' r-i . , , . ,
"turuinfithe ra'scals out." If we next printer who, whenever asked to dr.nu
4' ...I..t.. 1iu I..IUII ail iihiinlv that beer, laid aside iu a
1111 lUIIUHllllO IHO I I . .1 111 .......n,,!
Lverv voter can con.piehend them, there the exact amount he would have spent
I.. i i ti.r iirobablv will . for the drinks.
owiiL ma w.., .
not b, any doubt of our success.
I at.... i.ittnv
iiiMiiiur. Iior O II 111 UliiL it in mm m o,ivi
. :. : . . -1 - thn iriMiinn
crops tue vt-it-r n i l'1" IJ -s
but lireiiiise its i:ootl enects lire tumiuiieu
On the field in question, .flJ
compost were used to
avo a irood deal to s.iy
i . , .. i i .it i
tn vonr nanci. eam .-.,
"about fanning matters. Y ny don t you
tell the people to stop using commercial
fertilizers and make more compost f1
He did this for live
II .1 1 l..l l. la I'll! .-
years, ne men iwucu ai n.o
rniint. and found that he bad laid
up $521.86. In the five years he had
wit hict. a dav because ot sicuness.
The Greek study is a humbug, main
tained through professional superstition,
and in order to provide occupations for ft
few Greek professors, who seldom know
anything else but Greek. It should be
abolished as a study except for divinity
students or fossil -hnuters. it snotiiu not
I... iwMtiiitttu! to bar vou U2 men froai A
Ift 3a J B-1 A' S
s i -a s w o
a ill 7 i X- 1 '..
O , . . i. " -
The San Francisco Bulletin of the 27th
of June, publishes the distressing iutelli-
enco that there has been a "fearful mas
sacre of Christiana within the jurisdiction
of Lung-kang Hsien, a few day's journey
west of Ta-li Fu. A young French priest
aud some scores of native converts have
fallen victims to the fury of the mob, and
all houses belonging to Chiistians be
tween Lung-kang aud Ta li have been
destroyed by fire." In some places the
Christians nindo a vigorous resistance
and prevented further outrage. Cyina,
with its hundreds of millions, will be
Christianized through commerce if it is
eve'r Christianized. That is to say the
missionary and trader must go hand iu
hand. God is ususing the commerce ttf the
world for the spread of the Gospel. Wil.
The OniEii. 'Moses, I heard that
m . . . I l.aaaMnl Mltf '
your brother in UMffi na . - - - . f ,. " . - piinM or wa8te the time of stu-
Yes, Isaac vhas all purneti ouoi. . xmee uta wi - . rolle-e Neither
-.ii i ,i...t ..... lirP did not stmt1 K.l ?r, Gm meantime become dents aftel they entei cornet. ""'
.mi 1 ii. ni iii.iv ...'v-
in his own store.'
No ; it vhas next door.'
Well, that is st range.'
Strange ! How vhas dot T'
Why, that the Bie should start next
'Vhell, I doan' ace it dot vhay. Dcr
pecsness next door vhas shust der same,
mid der man who run it was my odder
brudder, Abrahaui YWall Street Sacs.
nipn tail in Hie mwiim
dUnvlrards. The water drinker then
va a aa aa a -- -
the printing olhcc, and
nm t ie tunc ne
his niouev lie had
; bought out
! iii twenty years
liptr.m to out a way
! laid aside many thousand dollars
Clifton Tex.) Sentinel.
Independent Coloked Voteks. It is
gratifying to observe that the political
signs iu the South iudicate that the colored
citizens will uever vote again solid with
any party. Iu Tennessee aud Senegam
bia the split promises to be a permanent
one and iu Mississippi the Democracy are
steadily gaining negro Votes. The same
is true of Georgia and other Southern
States. Southern politics will be more tfmce
satisfactory and safe when the colored
A Bank Robbed. Albany, N. Y
T..i.. ti. Rink of branklin was
i w - a t iv. -
robbed early this morning of $800 in
I silver. Two families living near were
bound ai d gaged and alter two noun,
work the burglars blew tneeaie ope...
rim PTIl losion tore out nearly mo
front of the building and et
W lltiv a- ,
firo ihe naners. The money of the
u . . . . . c ;.. ..n,olwr safe. Ihe rob
a aa it i. it . l i ii aa aa v - -
bers were traced a considerable dis-
should any community be taxetl on ine
pretense that Greek sliould U- taught in
on. common schotls and academies. Mr.
Adams has done well to attack this out
rageous abuse. Cuieago Tribune.
A white blackberry is an auomoly as
far as the name is concerned, and a cari
osity as well iirthis part of
It is ealitnated ll.at $30,000,000
English capital was invested iu Ameri
can cattle ranches last year. I hen
are now inthe West agents from sev
eral large institutions in Englan laml
Holland buying np water privileges
and it niav be satelv estimated thai
an equal amount will be invested tHis
vear in the same way. Already tm
lartreat ranches in the country a.
controlled by foreign capital.
The many cyclones of the curr -year
areas nothing to the furw
fire storms that have leen whirlii.
t . I ! - I i , , . . . ,. , , m . t a a rvMiilol J
ft. C I I'flL'e showetl us a nuncu yes- over Hie sun. vue wna- ui rum muii
terJav that were grown iu bis garden. A , energy is now reprcsentetl by a spot
i i 1
vears a:o tne oeu
was fouud grow-
55,000' miles iu diameter. It is co
i.' iu a brier patch uear Silver Hill, aud , tain that these sun spots arc to SOpk
has sinee been cultivated to some extent, extent correlated with meferologiC:: :
DavUUon Ditpaleh. phenomena on tne eann, out tne or -
. . I eise deirree and direction ot tins in-
. . .1 . .. i ....... 1 I
Home is tne eeuireoi invmnni
line is entirely wiped out.
Death is the highwayman who demands
Until money aud life.
Better ft soft heart and an iron hand
than and iron heart and a soft hand.
Perfection is attained by slow degrees.
svstem. From it protrccds the best
and purest influence felt in the world,
.in. toward it :rvavitate the tender-
e?t hopes ol
I men la nor w it.e
humniiity. For it all
tli.i'f iiiii-L-1 1 or
C'd incit lawj. .viii.i- i. v..
days' last, and around it their thoughts
linger lovingly when tliosc days arc
fluence remains as yet a -mystery.
The water of tlie holy well nt Me
ea has been fount I on analysis to r, -tain
57(J grains of solid matter t ti.e
gallon, ami worse than the sec? -age
of Loudon. This probiibiv
plaiu t ic prcxa'ence of h '.era an on
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