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LETTER FROM GEN. COX.
V ft U 111
Tor Sesriet and
Sore Throat , Small
Pox, MeMlM, and
IllCoBWfm fretlv. Scarlet rc
Ac S w. l!,o mread where tne nuiu
lrFfeen cured with S 5
acting. m .
?Saort fr Inimal
PITTING of Small
Pox rii J". '
A member of my fam
ity was taken with
Small-pox- 1 uscd !
Fluid ; the patient wm
not delirious, was not
pitted, and wat ahout
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. J . W. PaK-
Win trftSe sick-
1W - At. I
The physicians here
use Darbys Fluid rery
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcera purified and
should bi used about
the corpse it wiU
prevent any unpleas
TTSe eminent Phy-
aieian, J. MABlun
SIMS, M. D., Sew
York, says: "I am
convinced Prof. Darbys
Propliy4actic Fluid isa
,uifi7 VRBhville. Tenn
inost excellent qualities of Prof.
' rraTIin n,,!,! As a disinfectant and
KrtuOh theoretically and practically
3 r , ,niparuion , with shich I am ac
Z-M--N. IJUWWW. Prof. Chemistry.
Dsrby rinid is Kecmmended by
Hon. AlfxaI Ek H. Steph ens, of Oeorgia ;
Rev; Chas JfI Dkems, D.D., Church of the
)?UCoNTi,'i;olumhia, Prof. , University ,S.C.
lev A. J. rLK, Prof., Mercer University ;
' Rcr Geo. FTrWcs.&shop M E. Church.
MiqilliHjfTIT TO KVERY HOME,
perfectly Kaflnkss. Used internally or
T extefi:ily for Man or lV-ast.
Tie Flmil hfsjieen thorouRhly tested, and we
hivt bunJ:intvence that It has done everything
here claimed. 1f$r fuller information get of your
Druggiit a paplet or send to the proprietors,
J. SI ZEIUN CO.,
MontEuet, Mexico, July 23. The ac
counts of the robbery of the American
Consulate in this city as published show
rrrpjit exsneeration. It was but au ordi
S Cairo, July 23.
minilior nf denths from cliolera
i iiv a . r
yesterday in Cairo ia reported at 429,
and about 250 at other points.
Six deaths from cholera have been re
ported in the London docks, and the
American consuls in London and Liver-
nool have been notified to make sanita-
. ... ii
ry insectien of vessels sailing to wn
XkwObleakb, July 19. -The steam
y - - . - a! T..1
ship Bateshire arnved at fwwwfi
is xVith six case of yellow iever
board. She has had thirteen in all. The
steamship Mocha, arrived at quaraptme
Julv 16 with one death from yellow iever
f vcllnff fever on
1 Jlcrc jsro v -t.jw rf
Rostov. Julv 19. The port physicians
of this cky have received an oi-der froth
the Board of Health to keep an extreme
ly sharp outlook for all vessels arriving
from foreign ports. This precaution is
to guard against the introdnction of yel-
i f.vM- and other contagious uiseases,
... t nt the entrance Of
All ves?i, -
the lower harbor, will be subjected to a
Tnrsos. Arizona, July 19The Mex
ved a letter
lriin ciiuoui iiwiw
from the frontier dated July 14, stating
that at or near the place where General
thp. District of
crooK letfc m w" :
Montezuma, they attacked a Mexican
settlement, killing five persons. A de
. i..v;.Mn iiifniitrv inrsued
tacmneiib u wwt - .
the savnges, but found them in cou
strong force and were repulsed with the
loss of seven soldiers.
Raden. July 2J, 1883.
A ' 7
fltr visited SOtne Oi
v e narc i ,s. j - j
the most important places and intef
estine parts of Germany. '1 bis coun
try abonnds in iron and coal, ana we
were surprised to find so many foun
dries in successful operation. - She al
so possesses many other valuable mm-
erals, as well as mines oi v&rfr
eems. Her line marine aim .
f I.. luial flu-
quarries not only Bnppiy w
1 111 III llMl
and but are largely esp" w r
lands. In many stations tne muut.-
f textile fabrics, such as linen,
silk, wool, etc., is extensively carried
on, and her pottery-ware is juauy v.c.-
ibrated. . . . ,,
Occupying a central position in Eu
rope, much of the southern part oi
V ' .... ninmitaill.
her territory is roiung aim "
: . m -
luxuriant Toliage, handsome
and ninety-six fountains m full play
gave the place an animated and stnk-
' '"V ! .e n Po Ulan. - called to see
-1 ' . .i I ;on Pinfrress.
1 III H 1UC1 1VI -"-""-"D 9
a DC " 7Sk S his Fatherland,
... that when he emigraua. w
t' - i -a., a n
trom necei o
different corns, between which jeal-
had blood often exist, uueis
. . . .
rp aomet mes foueht whicn tne au
hnritiea are unable to prevent, oome
iy a w ww m
of them are peculiar, only one oi
.hih T will mention as related to
roe by a person who witnessed the
fnnAral. A challenge was passed and
abided between two students. They
I S J
re in earnest. There was no aress
1 ,000,000 POUNDS OF
America ne went .- - . , ... s Thpv areed to
peerage passenger a the I draw lots as to who should kill h,m
maxim prevails of ne sxUar tra ere
vidar, be would doubtless be rece.v
incr but a few hundred marks pr an
num, whereas now he returns as an
honored and trusted legislator oi m
great republic, with au annual salary
nvnr U.IJUU UiarM.
uraw iwo w " ii
self and the one upon whom the lot
fell had no alternative but to carry
nt .ho agreement. Dul such rules
prevail in our sister State of Virginia
irrigating and intelligent
what afflictions she would
a mrnifient old building of the
i v a
ovcr W "T Miinir io.k nrv half fortnss and hall
1 .iU'p nithtui niittriiuo, t t
Like laiunui p s . kr i Btandsina commanding posi
Cologne we repa.ret i--rr T" . " 'k " th eitv. Still erand in its
wondeiiui cliic"' . ." I . it-a t
.. nv ;ir nunarevi nun nut oi iuwiivi
W ... .Aa: t m.aai
cask we thought the largest in the
but were mistaken, tor in me
- QJ I
ous, but the mountains .ire not so nigu j ou, aipJeted within picturesque in its situation,
as to forbid the labor oi ..u. ."y- jlt -.. -f- U presented tne be seen to De apprwiutcu. a.
brineinK them into cultivation. The - fl'VtlLiBenon of a part having room of its cellar we saw an iron
northern part of the country is ieve. j --e r other part was un- cask w
a.wl mueh of the soil naturally poor decayed wuii r
" i . i i ih' nrnwss ill uiiisu""""- T . 1
.i ..f Kvr mPJinsot dltCIUIlg, v" 1 . !.; xl ! ...i::.,;i rnm IS Olie Sllld cumuiii
anu weuit:, jm'v : . . .jr it. sittomot a uescripiiou mi i..w. -- - , 0
nusuanuiy, t fl rpiliarfe that it is 283.200 bottles or auouiow .."g-
nee iuiioei m " . , nv r ,1 l.lh has beei
it ao ft u fii w i ne tiuva
UCWVIW w " . .11
iiiod sAveral times. In front ot this
cask is a picture of the court jester
k oKv-ivb drank from fifteen to
I eighteen bottles a day. Think of the
i earousals held in this old castle in
all lands susceptible oi iWprovenier. 731-11 h over 5.000 pinnacles, heads of
t . I a v I I I l I 1 I Z .
art5 IHUUC Ituoviiuv.y
mode of cultivation here diners essen
tially from ours. The manufacture
of the beet sugar is ah important in
dustry, and owing to the scarcity ot
r..i ii.iprost is now taken in
JUtrl gicuv . . v
Germany is not surpassed in edu
cational facilities. Germany noton.y
.. f the finest universi-
ties in the world, but her common
schools extend their blessing to every
household and give to each one iiio
essentials of a good education. Her
military system is recognized as the
most perfect in Europe. Every man
is required to serve for three years in
the army, with the exception oi a lab
ored few who escape witu one yen
. .it , . .
each of which is surmounieo oy a sep
arate fiower; the beautiful stained
srlass of its mediaeval windows aflords
an admirable opportunity of compar
ison with the finest work ot the pres-
C"ve will now tell our little readers
. i . . ,1 lila il I true
a storv as told to us, "
REN DLEM ANSI
pply of SUMMER GOODS, which they offer very
Thev have just received a new so
cheap, with a full assortment of
Dry Goods, Notions, ClotinG, FurnisHing trooas,
must have a proper negin-
in a lime. wm-n
VCkl V w w w
former days and say wiietner iue
world is not improved ! .
Baden-Baden is the most famous
watering place in Europe. Every
thing that money and taste can ac
.ml.di io imnrove its many natur-
I .-4,v-s n ml
al advantages lias ueeu uu..C)
deathlike ' the result is an eminent success, xu-
the season some or tne nne&i
in Europe daily perform in
Their Stock of Family Groceries is large and complete. They still have the best
Flour, Ot Mew. Meat.. Sa, To, CoffeeBice Mea Bran. Shorta,
Now Orleans Molasses, Syrups, Pure Lard. &c.
4 full assortment of Family Medicines. FRUIT JARS cheap and all kinds.
1ms d Glassware, A Good Stock. Agents for Coats' Spool Cotton,
, . , r ,,,. U. nr
ian, ,.r lPntv of Five Cents Tinware. Income anu see u , , -
01,111 aa . u r t"7
sell for we will do you good.
July 4th, 1883. .
WW Taymb, ) salesmen.'.
D. J. BoSTIAN, (
- ..' i IS
-.4. 1. 'R.
S,. mice 11 OC
lllllU. ----- i . p
.1. .i ,..rpd in Cologne, the wile
Iiv i il advantages nas
ot the anigiu jMvugia -tt, i . . "
the disease and f II into a oeaini ae
KW.K.n. She was interred m tUeAposiieb r,,,g
. . t I II I - J .la
. I ... .n.ihw PMIP U 1 ; ivnuu
churcn wmu - " T-r- - - apart for this pur
when ourieo u.. -f.T"-' " . t. -f ntle t-rom
robbers visited tne lomu iu pose, wnere r- i -
i .i. .. .AY..i- ti rpinuve ,,n nnrts oi Liie wm m f-
secure, and in men cu..0 -- r ai uaai.
. , , ...
. a .al,riaL- : A tliaanvmratioil ot his term
1 nvnov Julv A miujjus i service. "r- .. ; . ,1
. iwU . there bjiriaMt the soldier is not really
of cholera is pawhw -
olc 1 ,: r LI i- i a fi.r t innirh iiermttel
. i. , (-. c.i'nii Hiiorauic eiBCB l iiisciiui e
weic uiinj -""" - t . -J
the hist week, i e
ite life his name is
return to U11VU
bonre on the rolls, his residence is not-
renewed. Ad- ed and he constitutes a pan oi
known as the reserve toree. wu a
i-i . . . . , . i
. . .1 1 . . I . n . r, M I.. 1 .
with the shroud f,,l . r ves. cleligntiui oaios, iiiia.c..
she returned to the springs and public halls of entertain
band. He thought j ment. Formerly this place was cele-
Suez quarantine agaiust infected and sua-
its have been
p,,v..i tin that in addition
???SZXZZZZ U 7ZZ. lt SH ar,y of one mil-
icita, ieii"sj ; - i ,. . .- , eoncentrated
ueuiiei uuvium i nun ttn - , ,
ata given point at twenty-ioui uvu.o
notice. The soldiers are well uni-
r. A mnrt n in l heir DeariiigaiiM
lias pro- --f ;
from her trance,
flowing about her
was a ghost and declaTed brated for gambHng which was parti
she was a guu j i ;n lw rontons of all classes.
he would sooner oene . uipwcv. r- .
could ascend to the top o his nmse
than that his departed wife should re-
i..rn nlive. The words uausca..j
Ma Iwj8 T
J. R. KEEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
Apat for PHtENIX ffiOH WORKS,
Enaines, Boilers, Saw Hills
Hitches at the Altar
been spoken when
iiitr ranidlv. There are
nor medicines at 1 oreskour.
Tlie Cauadian government
claimed a rigid quarantine against
The Tribune is correct. What need to
back to the maguificent corruptions
. 1 ....A IlltllltV
wiien meic a
(i rant ism
Berlin, the capital oi i nuu, f
I .1 .... f ,1T 111
to be the iiainisumcai .
t.. iiav dtavphiiimeiit is Hi r-
1 II HCI - I
Ln a splendid looking set of men ; indee.
the Germans generally present a tin
TUo mnornihcent casino
ftRfi 000 a vear. Think ot
fortunes ' lost and hopes blasted by
1 .5 . r I ontT
were the ventures here niaue, aim ,
. i i: I.. a...ira and senn whether the nrerld is not improveu .
tl e hds " re' een looking out of The Emperor of Germany has aUot-?SwTi-
the upper story of tl ished gamhling throughout the em
house. In commemoration of this pire. '
wonderful event statues of two white
Also. Contractor and Builder.
Ja 85, '83. IT .
Mr. W and Mr. B , minister of
the second charge of the same church,
there existed a deal of professional jeal
ousy. The window was pnt dowo, the
pas lichted, the door opcr.ed, and the
marriage of the triumphant diptowista
wm w w
a 1 -. I .1 ,.l till.
horses were made aim pinwi
identical iM)silion the horses occupied.
While passing in front of the house
The Vain Old Woman.
sagacious rulers. Siuiateihm the banks ,
Ly of the magnificent river Spree, in the
,ud midst of a sandy desert plain, she at-
.tanmi nrior to the
i .... ; inn': :i i we orior io
taiiieu iiu imp" i
u of Frederick the Ureal, uui un
statesman anu fe.cv , P Great his nn.ther is i
cmbination which arsueU ta. '.d tlle Uiednil
a seven years' war, raided h a cuiii j regarded as (
" the first rank among na iious. : ta-1 Thepr
to the prejudices of his age he ; g
It I OF
AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
a. R. Crawford, of the Arm of
R. i GlAWFORD ft CO..
frauds supplied bv the Republicans with- ied Ul) example of the beneots de
fiaiuis suppucu : , r llUp n,i ot wise and
nf "isikilll! ovei" tnose " 1 riveu irum me po"- - -
ti.a Pnnavlvania Republicans mi
o.in.l to their platform a dema
for forty acres of land and a muie
every citizen. That would be popular .in
the South, jnst as oiue or our
reliances" think the proposed aisu.u
tiou of surplus reveuue win oe.
Swainman, who was arrested at Nash
ville, Tenn., for stealing the ledger that
is so important in the Polk trial, has con-
..... .L. H,r.ltlllll
fessed that he took it at ins .-.s
of ex. Treasurer Polk, and that he receiv
ed $175 for doiug it.
Statistics show that the growth of tim
Konaii is vearly increasing be-
.1 sui M.n.nmntion. It was feared at
Siinof the Stats that the
timber would disappear in a few years.-
i.i ..r f 300 bushels of red oak
T . i. CliM-manv for
I. r. a l,rAIl 1IIUUV V" .
T ;r " o"7utillable landaand hillside
lZr i. f.ud to do well in Europe
valuable. The acorns
anu us wM a -
were gathered in Missouri at an average
cost of $1 a bushel.
to our surprise we saw iw "'
those horses peering out ot the third
I . T
...i U.r 'I'lrMtllM.
Ctl 1 J - . . ' I 1 ...
..tv.....wl ..v.i.v nerseeiltlollS Uliuei
a .... llllt llillJtl'T ' - - -
der his fostering care W korman emperor,, whicii ceased du
of 150,000 inhabitants, i hat wie . reign of Constantino the
statesman and great soidiei. igaiu-.i mother is said to have
a seven years - - whirl, is renamed as au uj
by the King
the patronage of letters an
of deep philosophy, "wove
such a halo
around his name that a history oi n.s
life reads more like the euueiiwnmciit
rr..i,nM nn nnimnassioiied tuir-
Oi lauvjr " a
rative of tacts.
Under the present conicuerm,u.,
Berlin became the capital ot the Oer
mau empire, and Bismarck has proved
1 S 1'. 1 ....... I - ll'Oaj
to the new city what rreueu
She is now tne pivoiai
There was once an old woman so very
noor that she had no house, but lived in
1 ...... 1 r oinio
i a hollow tree. One day sue loum.
. . . . ... .1.. ,...A Villi of lOT
( . Q.,r a -.trht at Bonn and the of money lying in mo - -
at dlv Uitedl to .IS "f chief in- at her good fortune, she began toeo.is.der
, This rA ltiman city and what she should bay with the money,
sed a forri-'pn-hably foiled : -in get V W
hr.ia.is: it is frequently inentioii- herself, l anau q"v '
Jw7 - . j I ...ill J Til Mill I I I I a
Here the Christians that win no me ei.u . -
- ...... i ..l.il,io non.
will not do at all. " i 5 si-, t
pie Will call me proud, and that will not
do : and besides I have no closet to keep
them in. Ah, I have it! I will buy a
. . Hint T meet
broom, and then verjiwuj -
will think that I have a house. A broom
is the thing. A broom it shall be."
So the old woman went iuto the next
town and bought a broom. She wa ked
... . l.waL' inff
nak as an eduoa.iouai 1
a sieauiei a bout her an mu nm -
" . . i t.iiiiuieil
nracticed religious toleration, ami hy j J. . 18lg luaitains a high
VI I mM uw- J I. . . a
to the old.
Mi.it of all political movements,
sntlneAtaJ nation hazards any
great or important movement against
another without first ascertaining toe
.om,.or and consulting the wishes ot
i . I.
n... i ip (iv we u ui..
u""b 1 '..,. , .a.. r
for Mayencs. 1 he ueauiy v
scenery, historical associations and
facilities for t.avel make; the Rhine
oile of the most attractive rivers in
world. It is estimated that over a
million persons pass up and down its
.....l ... uui we
waters every season, w -consider
the amount of money each
one must necessarily expend an ifa
customefs with all kiuds of
. . , . i
no prepared- to supply oiu noW. ag
Iu Addition to the
Best sSelectcd Stock oi
HA Bl) W A K in the
ic.. D I,v
this imperial .centre, """-"
. w- lualiavs .-i ..; hrsia and imperturudiin.
Turn on the wou I ."T: 1 sIVjTi..tistof the aire.
we believed at the ume, wmoi toe 3 to her.
paign of 1880 was one o. gaer uie new - ?--
, n irMtnimt corrupt and most deeper- Berlin is moving wtw
theblackest,mo8tcorrnpt aifea( numir8 one m,.
ate conspiracies of the century 1 .de .j In
light can oe pns J th, pp univcrsitV there are 6,000. students
I ip l r I ; - . i HU
turned peo- and in her roiytecnuio i
ia. r...mM nt the revenue uen-
ed from this source alone. Yet this
is by no means the ouly reliance, for
Ll..' ...n,a.ll 11 IIDOU llie UUlllV
I K, -
j i a 1 1 vi.-cil envious.. thinking
noticeu iiei " ,uw" .
f hei house. But as no one seemed to
remark her she began to be discontented
with her bargain.
"noes everybody have a house .except
mel" she s.aid to herself, crossly. "1 ih
I liad bought something else !"
Presently she met a man carrying a
small jar of oil
'This is what 1 want,
Fickleness on the pnrt of grooms and
brides, has been a fruitful source of;
! bitches at the altar. Thei is a story ,
! tsld of a rustic swain, who, when asked
I whether he would take his partuer to he
his wedded wife, replied, with shame m
indecision, 'Yes, I'm willin'; hut in
much rather have her sister.' An equal
ly remarkable instance, which must be
authentic, is narrated by a Bathgate min
ister. In this case a hitch had occurred
the outset, throngh the absence of.wit-
and the bride had surmounted 8piritg
t.. AifflenltT bv eoiufi for two friends, niake you look so ?"
one of them being her cousin, a blooui
inc lass somewhat .younger than herself.
.When, at length, the parties had been
properly arranged, and the minister was
about to proceed with the ceremony, the
n..;,Wr,,oi.i suddenly said : 'Wad ye bide
a wee sir?" '0, what is it uotfl' asked
the exasperated clergyman. 'Weel,' re
plied the vacillating groom, '1 was just
L to suv that if it wad be the same to
I you, 1 wad rather hae that aue'-pointing
! . Ha I., iih.smaid. 'A most extraordina-
IU HIV . .
ry statement to make at this stage ; 1 in
afraid it's too late to talk of such a thing
...... i ia h r mtiirned tlic biidegioom
in a'tone of calm resignation to the inev- blank."
:...v.i tv,nt then. sir. ye maun just
IlilUIV. " - -
J-gK , :....,,ii-tiiiil v
The gentlemen who so "ri -
lumil his Difference for the sister of
one of many vrno un.o
eccentric replies to the
Que hasty ioav
.. . . ..iral if he would take
vidual, on oeuife
.1.- iiwlv bv his side to be his wife, testilv
Iu course i
What it Was. Mr. Jenkins was look
ing pale and dejected the other day, and
a friend noticed it.
"Hello, Jeuk," he said, you are look
"I know it. I feel that way."
"Well, yoit are usually in excellent
What could have got into yoa w
"Yon won't give it away if I 1H
what has got into me, will yutn
"No ; it is not bankruptcy, is itf
"Nor domestic trouble V
"What is it then?'"
-"Cucumbers and dried apple pie
Go.the condemned the practice i w
sratulation upon marriage. it ir
snid, "as absurd as congratulating a man
on having drawn a lottery ticket ueioro
you know -whether it w a prize or a
his bride is only
nil important question.
W W W W 1 m i w l . W "
" exclaimed the
"anybody can have a house,
. oviiloncfi becomes vi
p,B ! . r irirl. ot.lv as it harmo-
riuenco ui mw - i-a.
ith and strengthens p
We also handle
1 I- ' L X
e ana Blasting Powder
a full line ot Mining Supplies.
ajjlicate Any Prices in
CA4L ahd see us.
can be thrown
i.iatorv demands the rev
. c .t. u- ui tun ru cw- anu m . , i
fwt monv oi me T.i ...f l . i nrpiiarod to nmi
Www- l . w 1 1.1 1 1 1 A fl I I I Anil A7 f UTIC UUW
raiuauic, - - r
among them so many you..
.U TT..;0,1 Stales.
we visited Potsdaw? enee
and were shown over the palace and
beautiful grounds of Sans bona,
which was for a long time the res,
,i , Vn.der.ck the Great. One
-eair.ct SniffrMtin'ir points at this
Ul HC Mil"" " a . , ...
" ..i u .! ebralwl oiu wiim-w..,
fT" hrerof which ..few, sell it to
. i. nn,.t hfi baCkCll op 1 " U., iinnoruil DOW
a:.l t A T I1 M I n I. cl . ' . - I . 1 . . ..... 1 III 111(111" LI1.II1 .
v . :.aii tlipir chance , , .,,,1, ,.i;!ivt tor
to let men who nave b 1 er but who nan too iv.. - -
. a TT..fcilllfOM i Ot. I 1... Cnvp 1 1 in to no SO. w.
eaten ou. f i i a , .. - :a..,ib
.t nirnointwas nisiavuritc
iiii.m Ldimb t ,
. .i s. can- . i.: .,,.ovliniiiids and horses
W. H. Hicks, oi -i . wnere - knMMi fin
.abi a flcrOw u J"" "v buried, ami wueiu i "i
fa...' . I an, r . a
"v . ii.,,... mnnnnip lis uic
ally to re ,. nf 100,000
I I l iitIMII'S 21 1 1 11 L 1 1 v ,a...- " . .
produce the finest grapes, 1
ihs famous Uhi ue wines i
' I i mi- o
.a.,,1 re difficult to procure
iwiv. . -, . c
T.. .JHitimi to t llS. nuc uiui
Xll . i . . I
iouutl ill mo
..1.1 m nnifltl
uiu " ' . . , ;i f..
but only the truly rich can
.l. ...l.w. i 1C It I Willi.
vine varus, .. . a . the oil.
1 " 1 m 1 .,f nl-OM 1111 I ('"Ml w
SO sue um w'" t.
i . ... Ik Itfsll ,
1 It till 11 HlwS- k.v . i -
- ' run n r.iuii
le, a and went on more l - v - -
Illl tuua "
and slate quarries are
i Mini are
&. i w i :i ..,,,.,a.riiiis towns ami
if mit a,.,....
what 1 want,
"If I can get
nill believe i am
. . ...-. .1. ' , i fl.A inr RO that
high as anv narticular
ll.nl oalll ol.a 1:11 I'd IOUH.v ,
l'hii rjllll .. ...a...-.
a:-. nmi al,e was once more Uiscon tun
" A: .he went moodily along she met
woman with a large bunch of flower
"Here, at last, I have
... i .1 l. A baiiba. 1 al u-nmau thought.
-ii , one. i a oil" ; i.j . mc i
Villages a.. e , k mnM . t,.t me will oei.c -
we passed no cuy oi im. - . - , dv for a bni-
a a-. I l...a ... I hi nl.lHU- (MB fVl.t 1112 nlV HOUBC Itlia.,
be jealous, 1
SZlCwk-t at the coi.au. ! jMt getting my l.o rca
.tf tl o Rhine anil the Moaelle. liallt party The. they'll
dered the i,0pe."
ivr.,,f Oh. If there ever
They Did'ntCach U 1
time, whan the uemocrm ry.
have made a National campaign
i iaanp. mat. Uli"
11 .111 U aw " j
In this rushing
a I - - n.Mtt!ll
ftv IS 1USIIV SViw
.... , 1... i-i rer
beautilul place on um
So when the woman
close to her she offered her
three years ago
a . I S. I . V n t I III 1 -
Wearnv.U 'er. v 1 w- - - dly madc
diirine a diivewetoos n..b' - mem,
lulling .tl nld ! ,
. . a A..i..i.af !"
Ii! cii we
1 .1... Al .... o nl'P 1 Ull UIU .
n tverossea me
. t 1 .. HnnlIIM. anu .... T o
bridge erecieu y i ? i - - -- ,tV- I ai somebody!
Biliu w "
afterWdailrove Ihrpiignn .-
ful park along the UanK. o , -w
Another in.noa.ug -C-,rr
,nlt of any problem,
can ootsin y ., - .
hether including tract on u. j--
time than it could ns compar ....
. .hj ti.aa iMitrhtenins cal-
pnper. e is wncu .
TWt net my poems pub-
HO" " , a
it.i.M" writM a jonng author, who
;e;r his hair long and his coat short
.1 . .....iwr a I ill? sick"
WHICH u"b r T ,. T o,.,.ilr
never been taken by
The garrison ;JlJfflSS
but it is cpol)' OI a..
Sl'i ws- in beaufully situated on
torment. The palace was nnoccn-1 K Neekar. I our eyes its
ned during a period ot ii ty years a i- .n i8 the Uni
aa.a7h s,d his library am
icr ins uei"i r,,
.,rtments are still preserve!
a bo left them, me giuu...
. rt i... and' while we were
splenuiuiy ne o, - ,.iL;.t
J i.Aoide were walkm
t.nere u ut i' i .,
through themand the varied and
i . . . -i. m
plain, venerable old Uuiiamg, ir ...
vhosi walls have issued some of t .he
riist scholars in Germany, lbe
students, of which there are at pres
ent 1,200, are generally divided into
a . . nit.nl lull.
..a -.ill 1.a fai eil to aicinw v ,
u tliomrht that she flung the
S?w ih. dlteh. w
weUrid of italic she said
to .--Adapted from the German,
by Arlo lk.tes, in the Augnsv a
las. J -
Thewel of assurance is best kept i
i, Wtofa human heart.-U
...:n . tl.-it
, 1 ... ai.lirOfl I Will , M,".
.i..i i ..iiia here tor.' "
-..o5.a a., eccentric bridegroom, when
. i .. .1.- iciai fusliion as to
uterrogateu m mo - , .
nM of his bride, persisted in
(DC wWa . ...
.-artnair to the confusion and bewil
derment of ths officiating clergyman
Yes, for a fortnight;' aaeciaru . -
x " - .'..I. 1.,.,, . A 'llll
was the occasion of no nine y
perplexity, though the difficulty was alti
We-'will conclude with a case in which
a somewhat serious obstacle to the eels,
bration of a marriage was removed at the
eleventh hour by the intervention of a
bciicficent flash of clerical ,s.u... -n
w,.ter Scottish town, one evening,
there were so many marriages that an
unfortunate couple, who had arranged to
be married at the minister', hoav, were
uable to procure a cab to convex u....
thither till long past the hour appointed
Z when, at last, they stooil la. the doo
of the manse and rang .he bell,
approaching midnight. A .otiu u..w
ed from a bedroom window up . aha, da-
nding w know woo w - -
briefly explaiuea; i
Mr. W , nnnimei
.!. m,i.pv Church
of the first charge o. -
a...l inexorable, "t c uc'i'
1 .... ...... wwIvmI : 'vou must
was tne -
r i nd come back to-morrow.
.. .Riiifr name
r . re Keu we e "
without bein' nmrried,' struck
I,.- .nnt what would you have me
voice. 7 ,
. i u i..,inu because oi
do call np me wni. -
hrtr 'Could you n dsi
ore the window, sir V oasenae ; it is
I ... -.u.ii 'O. re micht, sir; ye ken
Ik Abbev ou your day. and
i. fi.;- fiftnl Htroke ol
u Ii. s.
IncrcMflS Is PopaUrUi
ercry dT, as ladles t It
... hp, wots. Mor-
satisfaction of M
thry c .?r mid. warraaw
itifnrto nr tor money
J. D. GASKILL obIi
Salbbnry, N. C.
f. i -r .
iar KaSMSnHjBBw Saariw4HBBBBSK
.l.. ..f UaV .
roice mm w
HoateUer's Stojnwh mtten, b.
m fir.Pinir i nr III!
vital lwer, iti. " V7 tei ix
The Talley Mutual wife Associatlma
of Virginia stands endorseit by J
a JwfaBB A. C Avery, Us v. U T. Bsiiey.
T lira v, and other pro mi net men nf
his State.' J;;e Avery gfe
1 have held a po uy in 1 1 e 1 Wej
Mutual Life As.H:.aiM..' sinrj. ih f
m, and consider mya;..np.-
i.Vviii relitsl upon its solvency, lbe cost
111 1 never amount to more than forty per
I' V S H.e . .remiuin. charge by regular
d irresistible, fr between fm
pii-.iie on the sain.- rUk.
it - C
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