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iLr-TBISB SSaiES,, 'U; (- ; ! SAUBOTTRx". j. C APRIL 13 185. U ' . ' ' 'v';.
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Meet! nsr and Partinsr.
Here ire meet too anon to part, '
Here we weep Vr Borrow V dart,
Here do joy n nil Iit4 (lrp.trt,
i f i, TT . . ! t
tv e meet Hias ihr mnro x
t.r iv'pKT riTRE Hre tre brentlie our last fare trelt,
AND PERMANENT CtitL Toj:Hu(r )(.re () e we
Ve range no niwe yon fliwery uVll,
! No ni(ret- nlrt, iio inore.
aid llndigsstion- -
jts'lJV.,. immieml it toothers.
Qlcojf'r T K. P, Wakiso,
i Member N. C. Legismiwe. -J
. Charujtte, N. C
a-MTWllT reron menu j '-
r4t frftm Vpi:i, in.1i2etw,n and a
N. C. State 1 reatturer.
. tfTSDEBAKEU ASD lJSftr.aa.
if FARM WAGONS.
Umn an i Guano Drills. :
limusUl A Y RA KKS
Here we meet to meet no more,
Here our jcriff in torreotjw rtmr;
Ig there then no MetltuRt liVe t -
Ti onlv foniux to Heaven.
Here or There.
May GMl4e hesir rhee, friend, -
When w are far away : j .
May Hi tMiiile cheer t.ee. fiieuil,
And make ail limit a lay :
Look the kyt the tar4 alove
Will whiier to tliee o I
Iyer v "rrti, I i n i a n d . W a I kfi i 'A
Hi TiIOlAB' ilAIIUoWS.
Bll:l!lD :BBI'iI UILL3,'
eii-t:itif else usutirj kjc iu y
..J .miT-niiiint-iit. stot-es. I tliVt oil liunil
4oc of tiie abo e. & ffer i n ni fa. I lit- ru xt
ni 4 b, tor less money tlun tat-y iuve evei-
In dUtant. dewft tdaee
The MMiNintM of Godl are; ftund ;
Hi ky the world emluWe,
i Aiul make it ."holy iiuid
The heart that serve si- d love and clings,
Ileum every whvie the lush of angel viiig.
T Gm1 the there" i here; ,
All spaces are hi Hi ovii ; '
The dirttaut and the near j
Are shadow of Hi throne :
All time are Hi, the new, the old-7
What boot il where life's little tale U told?
'Ti -iiotlfor ns to chm8e j ; '
We listen and oln-y. J
1 Tislli to call and ne j '
' ourTTrserve and pray,-;
It niatrer little, here tir tliere,
Gnr worl U witle, and heaven is every
had died after a lone i linear mr uls
ter an I I called to nfk the famllv if
drinks, thirntily, three cups f tea,
and is litiftleii tin aer iiaimnaKe
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we could assist thetn in any way. We ? gentle murmur ui .u, q
met Several! women with luguhrious wiuow..
hfl luxn in tuxihi RnriP. I f For the next hour
my sister and I
waiters -in a crowd-
iuviteil in for that piirjioae, glt lave leen 1" a cn.v
creat treaMmt decliueiU il restaurant: We find the feast
"Can we he oftue?" we asked. (very particular aiH.utneir cjim-e ami
"Wall" with the conventional tea ami very cpioini in x their cm
Yankee nasal, which, if voii ever l ' those iHMrera-s. W
thought of f it. i that one does hoi lave cut the third stack of cornel
l..irl llA nnaa 'i lint U'lllwiill DCCf. OI 1)(1 alll Wi IIU-C
the aslstam-e of that organ : Wall, j emjitied one picKie, j r, amn jim
you couhhrt nohow lie waiters to the groping uowu cenaraiu, r,w,- ,..r
Vi C'liiiiitl' n o far
. That home i our of siht
The morn, the evenitl tar
WUI .v , 'G . .m Way !" .o I ni.-ht !M
Tin- heait Dial hives w ill never ! alum-;
All earth, a. I heayen, il reckn s iisowu.
- God Words.
ctidaverons woiitan, in a
drew, seeui.H to
ami green uiiighaui
subsist on pickles, and i very nrbi-
trary in her reniarka to me ciMiceru
ing llm ! rciisiii. ;5he "jappenr to
think that, in some injysteriou way, 1
am responsible for lh? fact that there
is a whniW oioiild on some of these
iuMfSXinUM ni Iters, j WUeu I hand
ner tli iliiii the thirl tune, she sitys
in a whispert
the same way the resolution introduced
by the son of Gen. KL S. Johnston, who
fell fighting Grant at Shiloh, any adopt
ed by the Veteran Association of the
Army of the Tennessee, while assuring
Gen. Grant of the sympathy of his brave
antagonists twenty years ago, will tend
to establish yet more cordial relations
between the North and the South.
And so these courtesies are not mere-
The President Litres to b Prayed
: For. i;i 'i . :
Like many non-professors of reUgion,
he has an almost ideal reTerence for
certain of its forms and appliances. For
instance he thinks a great deal of befog
prayed for in churches. Whfen he was
Governor at Albany and his sister had
chanced to attend church some Sunday
when he did not, his question to her on
I curious ehVt hielijhec-ib-i
mjr of if fen iMwr on ne nide ttiwsti'i
orange tree at Ii.'e Jesnp, F!a. and jW,
iio,h on iIik .,thc lad on trWfrriit;dir
n.niHl. I.v a S-oiihern psjiefT Chichi
mvs llint ihe ;si-'e that Was ierllliiedt
born lariff, lirhjrht oranges, and dhe5l"
to I a been baked
time, General Grant gave the world an
illustrious example of greatness and we
honor him for it. '
Mnrriag'e in lllluois.
A New Eiigiumt Fimcrul.
Described by one of the Waiter s.'
New York Tribune.
W.-tl 'S HIK' OIO WOlli l
difC'j r os,
o iii' lieiv an I
sift id- pej i"
Ui t tus vc
in-foine civit z -il and
at lal e.l 'iileneili - Have voii aiiv
id a that il i knoivn in whut inky
dai kuos we sit ? jAml Vet I doit.
suppose thcic is a person in town who
cannot leatiaiHl rte. lidon't ini-au
Hurl he can speil or put a grammati
cal seotence ingctiit. That power iv.
FOR CASH or Oil TIME.
!a tell all classes ot purchasers, we have made
Kinjfmeats to sell these celebrated Wagons eltn-
ir casa or on Ionjti;3. So altwho need wagons
JOHN A. BOYD EN, Agent,
J. 0. WHITE.
hi' K--. :
more money than at-anjrthlng else by taking
Auaeencv fctrthe hpst spllintr boo'; out. Ue.
wMtiwcceHl v;r.wifii v. None (ail. Terms (ree.
Ill''" Hilim IliLiv i'n Pnpt I anil il al no
M'.li.'M. IV . i- I
THE BEST SaiTti IN
Jjiersignd is prepared to rto nlMclnds o( re-
w,m "n" 0' wau he, clocks, ft c., and at
i0 Prices. ."Leave and get your watches at
ire oaiiaoury ; ana iry i ue
T" l.the county;
STANDS AT THE HEAD !
not irwssary, even to le gradu.iiel
from the CVoire ilitfh 5cind. Ar.d
woat do yiu l.iiaiiie will be required
oi us at inui itiiicrai nil aiiernoou r
We shall not please tiicui, 1 know,
ami vet i am uuiii! io iry with all
in v iiiihl lo d wuaUihey expeci."
Tn us my sitter Gertrude uu a cer
tain 'lay last siiutuicj. j
'1 he town of Uaixstune, whicli you
will not Bud on any map, j is retro ved
Jrom the seashore. It is i it, Massachu
setts. It is lovely of aspect, with hills
ami brooks and rcky pastures, and
distant purple mountain. ; But it is uf
its people more than of its scenery thai
1 am going to speak. j
It is al.uobt ' a miracle how such
places can ttll exi.l iu M;tssiicliuselii
uamlels not a nall ad. zju uiiics awa
Iroin towns where live ladies ami
tietilluiueii who cau use a singular
verb with a singular sulject and wn
know wliat plurat-. eans.i 'A great
deal hangs tm knuwlelgtj seemingly
su simple. Here in tins parrot Uaii
oiuv we are scwi ucil.if wei say "limv
v i ..i n..... i.
UIC juilt iiiaiyuu tAiftv uc JC
bicli is the ualuial pr uieiuss to de
pravity that 1 have basely truckled
o popular opiuiiio and fliiu about
tiie wioiiir veybs recklessiiy. I dou't
think thai 1 aai liked any the better
lor it, and I imagine 1- am blill cull
ed "stuck up." j
'1 hey will notTead here, and you
are a "lazy, snitiless thing" if you
read. "1 ain't no tune-fur; 'read in'," a
man wilt say scornfully; and you
south see In oi silling lor noiirs iu a
iiiiinb sort ut way perhaps Miiokiug,
perhaps iml even doi,.g so iwticli as
tiujU' lit will tell you he is resting,
and tie wuuiit sincerely believe liiui
self an object tor blame if he should
be scanning a newspaper a imhik.
You say tins siaic of atitUirs cuiiuut
be in MuMiaciiusvtU. liui it i, and
tliouli we have I i Veil iu the midst of
funeral, now could ye?" iuquireil the
We protested our willingness could
we Jbuow what was the duty of wait-
rs. --.- . 4 .
"Wall, you Fee, when wev'e all
gone to' the grave, the waiters they
git tip a super; coffee, tea, and so on.
There'll be a sight o' folk mo-t like
ly .come back from the, grave, a ud
t ley'll lie migluy hungry. You'll
have to tend right up 'em, ye. know.
There'll Tie several table full, and
dishes to wah. Now, could now?
I'tt 1hS4 much oblejel lo ye. "Hut,
she added iu thoughtful commisera
tion of us, "if ye do, you can't go to
We said we would stay and would
try 4 do what was proper.
"How appetizing going to the grave
nmHt be," said Gertrude, a we walk
On the way we met Nauev Hol
land, who was taking down a strang
er from Mill Village;, 5ie explained
that her com pa u ion had never seen
Mr. E-veil, the man, but that she felt
a, wish to see the corpse. Mrs. Hol
land was old, and trembling with the
interest and excitement of t lie occas
ion. :$ ;e asked if ve were to be present
"at the fuueril." When told that we
were to Ik? "waiters," she looked at
its with uiiinMakle surprise and envy.
"He xe, now ? I die are 1 told M ts
Kweli I'd je' a lieve stay an' help,
o:ily ; ltraii'i leavejltobert, ye know,"
and she went on.
From interviews with several util
es' in ighi miis, welsaw that our office
was a eoveteil itoe.Did .il not give an
almost unlimited opportunity to peer
into everypart of the house;, to sec
where dusi had collected ; l i Hud out
m ' - " . ft
just i liow many pies hail been made,
and 'o judge preliy accurately wheln
er, they weie made us they ought to
he? 1 oven.eard one decrepit old
woman, woo remained ben. nd in the I last the slow-mot ioiie) men brought
liiue of uioiiriiing. siv to another, as 1 around their horses and covered wa
li e two tottered along the narrow on, those bi carriages that, in child-
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eutrv through which the coltiu had hood, we used to call "oeu-room.
j.isi been borne; Deliberately the women mounted into
"1 call It tMhl that Miss Ewell ihese vehicles and were carried otl.
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stiouui a nan tiieiu two gals as wa t- rxuausieii, laiut, not uaving nan tunc Qn weio.hed its value was
ny gals wouhl a been lad to to eat a morsal, we walked Homeward,
Uans. W hy didii t yewe to iiTtlainl
me thetn cikcs. Ai t there no beans
lit the h'.use anyhow ?
"I !aw a bushel of raw beans in
the shed," 1 cannot help saying. She
los-ed her head, pointed to her cup,
and saitl IVa." i
I hurried off cravefily to olie'y her.
We washed di-hes furiously betwee..
whiles, so that the supply might not
fail. After the first tableful had bee
fed, I ran down into the ceilar for
more pies. 1 fell against the woman
in checked gingham, who wa leisure
ly looking uoout. lJr-ibably she was
convincing herself that really there
were no heuus. ;
"It's a good suller,' she said ca'm-
Iv. "I alters did want ler see Mis I
E veil's si I hr. She says it don'i
freeze but 1 don't know 'bout t lief .
How inoeli pork bee they got put
down? 1 did not answer ner ; 1 may
have laughed in her flee. She seem-
ed thoroughly contemptible.
Mounting tie stairs; uitii three tiers
of pies in inv hand, whom should 1
meet but the new made widow She
caught hold f my sicjeve, and asked,
"W liar's that Miss Skiles ? I -knew
she wa- a prvio'! Jes' git her out o'
there!" 1 left Mrs. Ewell fl.irrie.lly
descending the siairs. j How the -n
counter ended 1 never. knew.
The .afternoon wore! away in melt
ing heat, and increasing work. At
ly formal, but being the sincere utter- her reto-would be, -Did the ministir
ancesof earnest m?n carry a weight v iui" hc
with them that makes the whole Union the superserviceable pliancy to the
realize that the sufferings of Gen. Grant Blaine Juggernaut manifested by those
excite a compassion and evoke a sy mpa- ei ht Buffalo mmisters, who originated
y inrougnout tne entire territory of he most infamous attack upon him
me uuitea ouaxes. ior can we toroear ever made yoU a Presidential candi-
uulUH "ccasion wnen uen. urani is 6te, has seared his heart against this
nowpassmg away to recall and dwell reverent liking to be prayed! for, Is X
ua uiuse uisuirica mciuenw wnicn snow chance to onBoston P.
tnar ne-was, true and faithful to his
plighted word to Gen. Lee, and that he
nroD03ed. come what miffht. to havfc
thetermof surrpndpr rnrrid not ar- A singular will has been probated at
cording to their real intent At that ?a8Per Tenn' An d man died, leav-
Ktiives vs. Forks.
"As Far as the Wax Will Go."
Many of the settlers of Illinois were
rude in speech and rough in manner.
JJloney was scarce with them, and ser
vice was paid for in produce. Governor
B illustrated these incidents of fron
tier life by the following anecdote:
ing a large property in trust, jto be used
by the trustees in any manner they
deem best to suppress the habit preva
lent among men of eating with knives
when a fork should be used,5 The de
ceased says he has always felt the dis
advantages of early training n that re
spect. He was in the habit oil reproving
everybody at hotels or elsewhere he saw
using Knives ior eating, ana was a mo
nomaniac on the subject.
A considerable Dart of the American
petroleum shipped to Enrobe is. after
One day there came to his office a bemg deodorized, made into putter and
man accompanied! by a young
l'Be you the squire?" asked the man
ly youth. - '
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VV i,.. .1.. tl,..., L .. S'L.;.,.. ... ..,;.l l.v N.H...V ll,.lhiniL who tu "e""y aiJ cciiu.
her head bacic in our ibriH'tion. lihoniHi unaole to leave Kobert. liatl
Oil, how hot it wasi It was fer-1 vet remained to the last minute.
vent as a day iu Massachusetts will "I don't think Mis. Lwell she took
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Mviiiietiines tin in Hip slimmer, the it verv liard. said INaiiCV. Her lieau
heavens being overspread by a thin, bobbing up ami dwn in her earnest
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eoimerv liaz . and without a urcalh uess. "I waicneu uer an inrongo u-r
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t air. It was the third day of such remarks and ihe prayer, and, et you il
neat, and every one foretold that tne believe it, ftbe never! cued a drop
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ui.u tvi.illil l.ruilr Kui.lu iiiirlit " I i iu Iim' will Kllll. I dt-nlMI'P. 1 SllOtllll
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Meanwhile it had not broken, ami we la' thong. t she'd a' cried a little
were iu the kitcheu brewing cofH eaud That is one of the I funerals where I woman's wit, "can't you marry us as
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lea. v e put iwo laoies end 10 emi i were waiters. e nave ueeo m ingm- tar as tne wax will so r
in-the "settiu room, and hastened to cap parlies, aiso. Do you know wnai
stiread them with crocerv. cake and la uiirht-c.iii iiarty is?
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pie, stacks of bread ami ot cold boiled
Cornell beef. News and Observer.
Ihe cemetery was not tar, and we President Davis has done a proper
were barely ready, when carriage alter and a courteous thing In expressing to
suet, which are used by the poorer classes
to some extent, but very largely by ba
kers in tne large cities, wno use it in
making cakes. The confectioners also
employ it. It has a great 'advantage
over Dutter. in mat in store cakes or in
kf candy the petroleum not only does not
J I arfiplo bnf tints as a nrKrvaf Ivo in Iroon-
'Yes, sir. J jnor the other ingredients of the cake or
"How much do you charge?" candy from spoiling. A recent hygien
"One dollar is the legal fee, sir." ic council sitting in Paris, protested
Will you take your fee in beeswax?" againsrtnis use ot our oil, but it is not
V.. i I bUUUUUb 11B UUaUUlUUUU Ml 1)IU9 VY U V
w, JV wu v r will lie lessened. IntLx. South.
"well, go aneaa ana tie tne knot,
and 1 11 fetch the wax. Two million dollars have been snh-
No," said the squire, thinking there I scribed for the construction of the Gulf
was a good chance for a little fun; and Mineral railroad, from the (iulf of
ft,a K-ro firf A fo-n Mexico to the Tennessee river, through
UllUg Ut VUV U.ov, UUV. H1VU I j . 11 I "
p.. - I CUtU ilUU UUU ICIUJIS Ul AiiUNUUS.
x n maiij juu. This is an iranortant enterprise. It is
Reluctantly the youth went out to one which will develop that section of
'where was hitched the horse upon which country, and stimulate the influx of
Drby and Joan fashion, they had rid- capital and labor. Ihe region is excep
den, and brought the wax in a sack. l There arc ibqds of easily
louna r . . rmr, i. a ; -n Urr
Mobile within easier reach of our rich-
Wal " said the anxious groom, "tie est mineral sections, and frrobably re-
theknot and Til fetch more wax next suit in mebuUding up of ; an export
i iraoe. inausirmi ooum.
"No, sir, I don't trust; that is against
the rule of this office."
Slowly the disappointed youth turn
ed to go out, saying, "Come, Sal, let's
"I say, mister," answered Sal, with a
"Yes, I can and will," replied the
Richmond State: It is generally
conceded by persons who iave visited
the New Orleans Exposition, that in
the Government building where the re
sources of the States are so splendidly
exhibited, North Carolina is not surpass
ed even by the great States and Terri
tories of the West. North Carolina s
full and striking exhibit ccst the State
A wis man will never ' rust bnt. V
A long as In- breathes the: breath of fi
life he will le iloing somethingf fr! rl -hinigflf,
his con nt rvy or Misterityi ,u
Vyashinlou, . franklin, Hotvardl
Yihiii, Newton, all were trt workrh "
almiHi to the hist hours of their
ex is- 1B
A firm in Hickman countr. Tenn-lxin
are engaged in the manufacture 4o1l??
alcohol from oak lumber. The.enter- . .
prise ia yet in its infancy, but fax
hM proved quite successful. n , j r.'-
Fifteen acresrof land at ShefeeldJllJr
bave been donated to Mr. R. S Elti at nt
New York, for the site of a lOft-ton
furnace. Its construction will be befnin
at an early day. bids. South, i t
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CAPITAL & ASSETS,
J. RnODuS BK0WNE, I
WM. C C0A"RT,
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement,
Jakcakt 1, 4 ' .
Reserve tor He-lnsurance and all otber
Net Surplu;, ,
SCHEDULE OF ASFETs :
Cash la National Bank ...f '.964 06
Cash in hands of Agents .11 ,963
. 14,000 00
-$ 19.MI J
. (79,800 00
. 158,4 K 00 .
United States Registered Bonds....,
State and Municipal Bonds. ,
National Bank Stocks
Cotton Manufacturing stock lH,7W 00
other Local Stocks 39.770 otf
Real Esiate (unincumbered city property) 9749T if
Loans, secured by first mortgages i60,41 84
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.
Salisbury, N. C, March 26, isb5. J
SOMETHING NEW !
, LAMP CHIMNEYS,
that will not break by htut, lr paleat
DIAMOND DYES All
DON'T FORGET to call
all kinds at
for Seed of
carrniyre drove -back from the grave, ... 11
. , . . 1 . . 1 Gen. Grant the sympathy he feels for
and -their ocetipauls ixuired into the " Jr'tr J ,
I 1 3 1 O.-J Al ' I
squire, laugning; ana considerable money, but thtf outlay will
saw Traveler. TC u 1. ;
pay. Virginia iuujui ictxi an mili
tant lesson from her sister State. Char.
A gland irrt iiua;e.
It will be a gigantic task to change
the jruage of the railroads in South Car-
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........ i.i:... ..;i- Grant was in trouble some half dozen
III II ill UI I il virivvi t, line iiiiii mtil a 1 '
in prim dresses oat their hair bet. ue years betore tne war
New York Sun, (Ind.): ' One thing
President Cleveland's ad-
is not a thing of
everybody can pre-
pendent, original, guid-
, and not by
j rp au
fttiv nntsme rorce. iu iuc
ie some nuu uuku , . . 1 j 7 r
Mr Davis' bein- and PS8" m,ust ? wto.coaclies hil hic observer it is the most in
, iur. uavis uciu0 1 . v mifim imlp HifFprpTit tracks r .r ...... . v-
ii'i 1 . 1 irna 11 vi n cr ithuit;! . wiui i.wruiw . w rai a 1 - . 1
unisex m-rv me men get noe j0 7" lTLi'T IC'J olina, (ieorgia and r londa so as to con- d aboat
riOUSiy SliaiHU sack CoatS WHICH in ago uruuguu w a mv? 9vv v . f, -fimilord mum at tbp .....
:.. " 1. . V. i) .. ... - i 'm,. i i-r at. j a.ui o tA 1 "v o o - ministration. 11
in uie ua.K uuu mai nnuiaiu uu 01 uie ouatuuu viun- , . .. ... . 1, .1 the x.
1 siv, ur u nci in ftfuiiil li luM RH, t,OM om .rlr.iblA mPTi ' : ... . . .. routine, wnose acts
- " J M E " - " " - ' HI. V IJLfLlJ. J A- UIAIlT 11U J iHV vm.'v-m 1 W I M . A. I
. ' ..." .. .... .1.1 i . . .. i - i .. . cost, dv reason oi tne saving oi uuie u ;a;nAa
1 AT A. I vJ I I I UlLili. .W AO iiiUV
m rM i.vi- kiiiiii hi h:iv n;i
W,,. Freight is no. transfer-L,. own -purposfs
'" fi" ,..; t,fi.-U.. halfdon ramt3WnerelnegUaPe.,S:nafg- those of any outside f,
in priui-drcsses pat their hair before.' years oerore me war,jur. "avis ueiu pf the new guage, unless different tracks ;Inirition that
the little ItHiking glass iu the bed sectary of war, did him a considerable terestmj: admmistration that
room, then come out 'one by one, ami favor. Nothing subsequently occurred U is a sign of activity and progress seen since Uen- "rant nrst
peer oyer me tame at us. i ney tai, to make any personal breacn Detween that the changes should now be con- x y
tt,., and discuss how well, or how ill, them: ," The feeling of I the old army of- templated, and it is to be hoped that no . York djnner
Hie uiuitster ui. u e iiuiiks ne uiu , i,, fataAi
not improve the occasion correctly, u. " " 1 Z . ii 1 urmountaoie atmcuity wm oe en- 1artv novelties is the disli ot marrow
thtr that he was nut sufficiently ot a rancorous, viper ous u rh " . I countered. Whatever simplihes tran-1 w,ich has liecome highly lash-
ionable. They are brought to the la
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TO TIIE LADIES:
Call aud see the Flower Pot? at? ,
GIVEN A WAtT7"
FEESH and QSH0INE Gardsn Seeds il .
Person buy in r One Dollar's worth -of
Garucn Stcisor Meilicines ot any Mndwill
be given 10 pap-n of fresh garden seeds
' At EN N IS6' Dru & ed Store.
17:tf T ..
STILL BOOMING! 1 s
Havinir nu rc liu seiIt. E . lUid's interrit
in lh-' firm ol Hnrris & Held, I w ill roriUn.
ue 'business at my.ohl stand on Main street.
Thankin my trienthvand the public lor
their lileral patmna-e heretolore given, I
s tall endeavor to ensure their" continued fa
vor bv keeping for the trade a complete
and til I stork of Frchh, First Hass
Fine Ciffrs and Tobaccos
and everything usually kept ia-uiy bne
Call aud see. me. Hiffcwt lutty,
A. C. HAEEIS.:
Jan. 21, lSS5.-3m
allot lit I
if . vnnni ie aispqted.
USV IMITATE IT. 1
5liL,:ffE EQUAL IT.
1 Tl.' ' r i ,:u -
I I; i&e Most Beautiful Wood Work.
RD 18 WARRANTED
o feeo(lhest material.
1 to y aU kinof work,?
4 " "oinpfct in every rcsncct. t
rJrm Xn upied: territory.
I TIC SSWINO MACHINE CO..
it lor MX'Veurs. It eve. i uuw seiin m
creihble ,lo us. liul !iuipusable, ' evideu.ty imaiieut lir the feast.
tinman luviMole, barrier is tin re wuico
i pre vi nts giiuicis uf seusel anu renue-
me.it aim literary tastes Ijoui cuuiiug
uere, wneti a lew in i esj a way s ou
t V 1 rru I . ...
"leelui' in ids prayer for the wid.ter." tne war one ot Kinanes3s.ympamy.xms Uportation must be advantageous to tbe
Widders is 'customed to 1mu' pray- has been well understood, ana tne public weli as the railways. When
ed fur! more pin iciiiar," said Nancy Southerners have indicated that they Lupri ;a uniform imaire throuhout the
Holland, who spike, I supp we, I nun treasured no hostility towards those Ujted States transportation will be
exiienence, Mie 4.aviuir been a wnlow vf ihom he hardest bv their I j t
; . .. , w . ... I 7 : J QUlCKer, UUU Ui WIUSC 1CW waul.
twice betore she married her Koliert. I L i aan u..l- tnr. . .
mm. ...i. .i . .ii .... .. . comiai support u xxxwvo. Charleston Jeics ana courier.
Aiiuiiu mcy uu iuik, iney are I , ., i u i'-. I
1.1 1) ! .1 f.ir nAnrvla ttra Viliovo !
v 1 tne i resiliency, .v
rw ' . 41' Tl.
less than leu carriage hnids have s"are very largely u iuc uuuiciiu ca.- ihick asd iu&x uuuba. ii.c
come. , e icaro ivm tne remark tit presseu oy x-icsiuciii. . - - -
one thin, pale-facetl woman tuat it is of sympathy to Gen- urant,
a disti.ictnui to have a good many j Men do not live
bba.i h.iu culture ami geuiUiiiy? True, i come liauk from the grave, aud liar-
tnere is no railway to tue jviiiage, but
a ratl.wuy is not bndy a civiuzer. 1
lcty any-uiie lo leacu tuese jn"upie
anything. Ihe)' may listen or appear
to tisicti to sjiuu uiiiiouuCitig u elf
evident fact, not known to tneui, aud
you will see all tne lube ou ttieir
laces a Uk of dull curu uf yuu wtio j
take of the festival.
."nlieii M is Marl i n was buriel
they only had six cairiages to sup tier."
she Ktys in a congratulatory way to
the bereavetl woman, as if iu Mrs.
time when thin women were much
to themselves; and ore in demand than plump women.
' I 'I'l l... aiD Vl lnrll ti 111.
men who have filledj large places m he Non goW twt
public life exert an.mfluence in all their llgjalMj no 0Ker dictates in
acts. So we are sure what Mr. Davis lliaUcro ,f taste or religion meu have
has done will tend to a further elimina- disctiveretl that a bony woman is not
tion of bitterness at the South and will necessarily beautiful aud that a plump
is by no means a revolting
R.ieli'. ,.:u ,.rr,.iw i.i.i ii, i i,.,r iflnnnfP in lnrlincr nn I woman is ly no means a
v.. . uvuvn ..wi. iu wiu ltll I liiiTC i WWJ o Mr I . , . ill
r I xrrJ j. - i.. l.. r.... !.... 1.11111.11 Ii!.u0 liuil
Kitlil. S. ,V. nrmAnu omnncr I bllJIIU All Idtl, iinti ..v...
. i in ;l TTiurK uiuiuuu jMvi "'t-i i w . . . . i . . .
i .. .j... .....i -... mr nion vv 1 1 r l I w I'll
. 1 uieir uay bum ,uv" ....-..--
I K..u I'uurii !nri UTOII Id have tliouirlit It
. i . , lUVWlVWiv 0
- - -------- - v-a wa uuui" i i t . a a. ia. r -a ai wawv-avs v tv i .
w.,,.1.1 ...v .itH II. h w.irn.v li. I ' ..lT. L i.- tlOnS. 1OUOUess uc v
.... ..... , iiiuwcilf till IICI lUUTt WIIICU lit ftll't-
1" . ..' . .. . . .. ' - . .
Uei neuu oi any irutn wnicn Uuudcr- worn and sallow.
Warren.hsda. (timmI mnnv rrlun.tj " I i il . f I...
should belitve ucli a think. "He who ' -mIII S.I.. . .,it... ' ' iae V0?1 VL c .
.' . 1 . i "o w.m- i a;--- lliihflAaa hP smVerLellb LO I .. -T.. I ... .1 ol.a lu
iitvu. jvmwv.www p- j a privilege 10 laceraia 'vuciuoci i so
that possible consequence and perhaps Luteii contact with the edges of a
head does not see. munt be a master ;
vt his art.
Hut 1 was point? to fell vn nbmil
.m. . ft 4 "
tuat tuuerai, a man nvmtr near us
Iu a few niomei.ts we have the Brst ' ho hoped for that ivery result. But in typical New England girj are now
ll f.ihhxl in a naukiu. ami It the
reader inquire the process, it may be
uddetl that a cunning - little frpoou,
bucket-shaped aud adapted to the pur
jKiseofex tract ing the marrov-,hsleii
inventetl. The bones are served hot
and the marrow
eaten with a thin
"I tell you, sir, no- woman can be
fully trusted !" exclaimed a cynical
man to a friend. "Why jut,louk at
poor Suiffson. Didn't he love that
wife of his? Didu't he consider her
an angel ? Didn't he fairly worship
her? Dindft he think nothing was loo
Aud how lias sue re-
ow ?' asked ihe
. . t I ....... iliuwa
other. "Uoue ana ua ),wii.r-i"vv
hard limw'-Cforfotof Aretc and
W. .r a in dancer of having too
much culture in this country. An
uer i .iriuu
guild lor her ? Aud
quitted him?" "H
wanted for The Ures
of ainiie Presldenu
01 the U.S. Thelam-.
est. Ua ddomest, bent
booic ever soid for less ibau tlve our Pce
aVwstselUnjrboo la Amerlc imrnens ;prom
amenta. All Intellpt PJJn3roM
become a succesaiui -v "
UALLATT IKIO LU. -vi wm. t
fWHEN YOU WANT
HA OD WARE
AT LOW FIGURES
Call oa the undersigned rt NOranite
. i 1 .'nuwuillu fr.it I Kl)
.l.f! KuttwnilOreU UUKICWiii.i a . - lit.-;
SadTn Bon becauTliis mistress ASant ''T
nmci in . KUnkef 1 tuiiiburv. N. C, June 8th-tr.
drctscd tiini in lii" 5'-
' tablea full, including the minister any point of view, it is a courtesy tnat cm viuceu uiai a mm Wu.a
who if in a hurry, having another well becomes President; Davis and which complete woman aud as such is very
lunerai to aueua at a o'clock. He ftrant mrf to! appreciate, in uu..v.v. . , urn