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J iTE V.c:, Nov. 29, 1834.
Cl!: , I hereby certify
l rvgtbeneftt to myself
U. P. Waking,,
Member N. C.IUsitare.
j . . ; Charlotte, N. C.
Am- i r 7.- . . .Aliieof your
iry recommend it to any one
; r. A. JENKINS,
2f. "C. State Treasurer.
I t.J II McAde4nnd T O Smith &
'fu l-Vc'-ndJ H EnniSalU.
I L.N' ,
i w - j I . TTT mn a
glies & spring, w
'lit n.tuRD SiicFFMAS ....
has VA X nsiivw.
Wrtiitiling a Walking
Telegraph Straw Cutter?,
i ifven nn.l Dixie PLOWS, - j
lter Porn Sixouox
Engines ana uouer, -mm
vl -. i ci nVn!im tt! Fuse ana rn-
-Sie, Sriovds hnd Spades, Building
Linrc, Paints. OUs and Yarnwlw. I
The Home that It Happiest.
- OttV bardens aro liglitened
, ThAt many hands bear x
i And plittr'TnjVibriglitened i
i Thai many hearts share ;
L "Ami the hame that !s happiest,
Brightest and best, "
Jf Is where they all lalior, -
And where they all rest,
, " - '
Where ho careworn father
TIia. brunt: of work bears.
And no gray-haired 'mother,
Ts burdened, with cares;
"Where no tired elder sister
la helper alone,
But each one is bnsy
. Till all worl U done.
The Bride's Keturn.
Prom an old EngUsa Annual. , .
She hath her wish fdr which in vain
She piued in restless dreams
Oh mother t is tliia home agaiu t
How desolate it eens4
Yet all tho dear familiar tilings
Tuib ;ia tlmv (lid of VOre !
But oh! the change this sad heart brings
This is my home no more :
left thee ! like the irlove of old,
1 l-ft th narent breast
But on life's waste of water cold
My soul hath found no restl
And back tle weary bird lias come,
T woesits wanderinff8 oTer ;
Ne'er from the holy ak-to roaui .
A'et to this home once more.
Oh mother, sing my cliildhood'a songs?
They fall like summer rain
On this worn heart that vainly longs
To be all thine again !
Speak comfort to me! call me yet
"Thy Mary" as ot yore j
These words could make me half forget
That, tins is Home no mere j
Sit near me ! Oh this hour repays
Long years, of lonely pain.) -I
feel as if the old blight days
Were all come -track again I
I 111 19 V ltIJJ ..'J"'f p - Z I " ' " f - . '
.-...i:... alUt An'nibiaPM Wlfll thp I -r- . . rr r 7. J f L PnXtlimtl HfIUH
Lm! naiala I ha' fVtctorllltr ir OI SUCH I " . . i' t L-J.i1!nf Otl. I . . .
Mvv..v.y ..-....j,,--- , A yortriatn ir. i.j ii .... Never stand ion? at a
Never eat between meals.
Never eat a very hearty supper.
Art Important Fifurc.
Last week there were sold on the
. t . :
, i ' , u 1 I -- - . I v j .vu a uv tm WAUCl.
men ot strong, practical use u TlieceebnitedfastorKaiesranisey
ister Jarvisto develop into large pro- temiuated at eVclock ti morning '
Tlmt ciuih MM Will DP I . -- 1. I . AlCt
JIOIIUIIS. XIIUli 0v- w... ......
given under tins adnitnistration, none
who know Jhe wisdom and . energetic
character of the new minister ..will
ldotb;fpr a? moment. Netcd-.Obs.
t l T ,.1. .1 j- 8Vck board of NeW York 44 CCO of or i
- In nohemer the curious and lmnor- .-v. V AVrKv r ? ? , H -
' ''tant part the figura' pliin this "f 'P cent bond,, tfiOi - j 'J? jf.fft
of a age, the following conclusions have - -:. , 1 1 . -Ml;-I
Unintended Joke on Geu. Sliennan.
1 Anl - ,-m . . .
i . , . , . , i,wot. ue also note sa es of 15.000
-D3en arnvea as dv a carerui ooserver: ; .-. . , . k t , im , . 7
xr u-n n.ij .' ? .. :". .i . :nL peviai uix oonas ai , ana-mat is-verv
1 . . . -i Clever iici. ii win urn v suurun vciur yfiiii ixnnra invnnn 111 v insi n iisivs. pi. - . . . ' i . .
. t x: .pmniiimv ni iiisr I ' - - r j - w ' - .w v. . i I i .
or oeaiii. aiio ? 77- I - -- - , . i a & lur uc puuer mey arepnntea on.
Wd,MWI.alf8B,br .. fc cessireheat penods 3. days. A severe otJ. 1 S
pains throagh the head. She did not give bosom friend. ; T ' ; after 3 days. Intense panics Jare of 3 The war newsT0n Friday seiltf flour
np, however, oiitil October oCUiat year, Never reply;to the epithet of a fool, days duration, and immediately after a up barrel at MmneanOlisl C A
wncn she took to her w or a lowfeUow. " ; 3 days wonder. Depression inusiness Pilsbury & Co. raad3 a deal of i 2.500.
it. She ate small qnanuuestHjow um NeversDeak in a contemptuous man- after a name is mvarahlv Drolonsred 3 nrwk u i i .0-v
ner of womankind. years. I Time money is now 3 per cent, wfll,W b c,v m.,A aXko
because it dis
Brtunf-M usually, kapt in Flrsr Class
Rli? iad fiupleinent Stores. 1 Have on hand
A; Thn tnev have ever
ltfBUK-inr .!::: "
- i ... v. r-lrr
''ill mire raoDPy uiuntvi.v " vi ii;.
'.. ... I ainrCIl II. lOO-t. IICIll , . I vaw nf nrnmnnlr.nH y" !
The wasninston corresnonaenv ox . ,, , ti..x fmm iNk v T. rr '
the Clereland (Ohio) . Leader makes 1. Nem .anticipate, too much; disap- ( thus showing that the figure enters 600,000 barrels, wUh a profit of!$100
A 1-1 Al n-i-lrlonrl ffMtrtAnSI nlP TOr I y. " " i . . I nAintniont ta nlaAcant inin o mAof nil mnUnnl nffnin nf humnn rv--v
ITi ii i mi nAnAM1 tunic. For a few months niter she vouia r , , ... ....... - , uw
we iw owwu awry. , ""r ,V; .1 5m i. and elect it I iever taste an atom wnen you are life, wmcn itself comprises 6 scpre year
fiWmanVftrmv was at lioldsboro ( is; r-" - i t - r
7rrvr -wi.nf .wAilrtwinff anv. bat. trom. An- not nunOTy: " m suiciaai. - ana ren.
U.) tten. Dnerman muue n w.u i . i . n i f xr j i
headquirtew bf Gen. Howard. While gust to November it 'u. assorted by the I Never spend many of your evenmgs
there: lien: snerman ieic cne npeu oa a i iami wiio uumhvuiij ,.v, . HWUj uum juur wuiuj.
drauffhtfWLiiskey to drive off the ma-1 tok neither food worllotids. , From I "Never speakof your parents aa"the
ianai enecis ,qi ine cumai uu ma bjj- j Miircu io a iianKsgivinK u-, tv i man Qr e woman.
tem. JNow, all tne omcers oi tne army gne ate nothing, various pnysicians i
lmnn vf tlnn! UAnrnvJ-'a vimrl nm1tTlf IPS. I . ' .- 1 . Q.nA nmnmi niil it I
- Tne prominence ( Genernl Gjrant nn
the natnre; of-he ! malady affedting
a I, -- ii , .
--r -1 - ': i ;
--Youni? man. if vou are amhiticmji 1 i
j don't try for a clerkship at Washmgton. '
,n . Take warning from the careerjof tne 1
the ! i u ijr.,".. j Jf x .
Laws That Need Re-adjust
ment. For forging an order for $1
a poor fellow named Rowan has been
I sentenced to the Rhode Island State
Prison for five years, although on
his first trial the defense of insanity
was so strong that the jury disagreed.
Yet the theft of millions by stock-
watering operations, or by frauds
and breaches of trust more wicked
and dangerous than forgery, goes on
i '-r- Z--A o-rT- r-, Neverseek to create a laugh at the
i , 4- fV,0Tn . .. . . i ...... 1 exnense of reliaon or the bible.
anu were 111 tueir itcvu mi vu.. ny8tenat otners oi. vuusuaucv, u wu i - a o
MCU. uuciuwu au5i "" . pj-o pnllAd It CllOreii. - A 116 ftllCUUIIIK I'"J
key in: (ien. Howard s quarters, ana . ian Dr Zoner, has been overwhelmed
MSfK.TZwift letters of inquiry about tho case.
wsu. AAOwaiu. x icacunj """" mwi;.;... liftv. Iwtoi. RP.nt from
- . . I 1 nMn.,il tlbn tilllKO 111 I IPl'P 111 -
l.:. mi-nh- qtiii ci id I a ciinnue "ci 'ulu w rM.
Doctor, have you a seidlitz powder in ber last, when the constant motion of
your quarters' The doctor answered uie ouu -v....
that he had. Uen. Howara spoKe up smuisey s nesn uegnu w
nf. nil fur the nast week
itllU Baltl. vicix. uutiuuuf w v - i isvv..'w j ; .
cessary to go to the doctors quarters, I Was uuconscious most of the time.
eVTL She w RO e,ursu" . " ,lL:!:rt:: n.uiished by the courts, and al
ana guoa ones. w. A.v.1 &cx.J"" i, I only sso pounos. imu muSC I " ttnttt ' :.1nrii;nt. Th-
ii mere was anyinmi; ui ueu. uuuoiu D t hroDced to-uav oy people anxious m wx . e . . .
t. V. j; f c,uo fc . 1 o truth is that most of our criminal
uuaxiCTs Liiai ucu. ouciuiuuui. rlift remains. UUly persons not nciuaieu i , . , -
.... ..... . -i n I m iriiii"""' -v" t , I I,,.,, ...... m.irln t. n cimn ap ct'ito nt
wQt if.woa t uiH. ltr -nnwripr. ana tnere- . . . c ,1 .,1... 7 .t. v. .
TV U1AV AW. ; UO K kJVit'' r v-v
fore he said to Oen. Howard f "Never
mind. General! Give yourself no trouble.
. . 1 1 ii j
i uving soldier give rue to uiscnsions of . . . . , -
I T -. , , j Appointed in 1847 at a salary of
ciincer. In a recent address deli vcrwl be- . . J
were ait come -hsick agiu ; 1 7r v Ti J I- j.l j
My heart beats thick with happy dreams I Howard was then getting the powder
the remains. Ouly persons not actuated
lir rnriositv were aumitted. feeverai pay-1 . . ,
uycmiosH) we cauu i .l society and human activity than pre-
siciaus will hold an autopsy probaHj , M(1
to-morrow. Miss bmuisey wasijeaia
Mi lie eves with tears run o'er':
Thon art with me, mother 1 Oh it seems
Like home! Our home no more! ,
Oil home and mother, can -yon not
Give hack my heart's glad youth ?
The vision which my soul forgot,
Or learn t-to doubt their truth I
Give back my childhood's jeaceful sleep.
Ats aimless nopes vtiij
Ye cannot ! Mother let me weep-
For: this is home not more !
Thou mourner for departed dreams !
On eat tli there is no rest
When grief halh troubl'd the pure streams
Of mvmory.il. the breast I
A sluidow on the path shall lie
Where sunshine laughed before;
Look upward to the happy sky !
Earth is thy home bo more !
I - HiLLtn UUJl --V " t. ,
!the best smith in
THE COUNTY !
iliiitlerslgiPd Is prepared to do all kinds of rc-
lni to all kinds oi wau'nes, cpji-k?, t.,uuau
Few North Carolinians realize the
extent and importance of the country
to which Minister Jarvis goes as our
renresentativc the? empire of Brazil.
It very nearly equals in area the Uni
ted States, and has a population o
10.000.000, It stretches from abou
Hih fifth narallel mirth latitude, to the
iiaiuioalkinasoi waune, cim-K9, v-.tuu4 ... . .
rwiblf prices. Leavo andgetJ your wattbes at 'thirty-fifth parallel SOUtll. ailCl.OCCU
ZVU .iehaieman- Store. Salisoury; and try lne V;,.,v-" . r . . . '.:.-.
i IT I llttnWV 1 mi.no n unit rtTl O-l 1 1 1 11 1 I MM TI 1 II I 1 1 1 f. 1 1 L III
Pf. I:NX -I ' ' Sou tlr America. Its1 Emperor Dom
--ti XL- '. "" Pp.lro. is one of tfie most enlightened
Ifmi tta&M-.OT fv. II n IIP TN 7 . . V .
)IANUb A I Int nLALI : and nhxgressive rulers ot the day, and
It DoastS OI a consiliuiiuu uauug uuiu
March. 1824. ITJiis constitution es
tablishes four noivers in the State
the legislative, the, executive, the ju
dicial and the "moderating" power or
old, of German descent, aud previous to
her illness a dressmaker. :
and glasses of water ready. 'I will be
going by Moore s quarers alter a wnue.,
f)r. Moore was a great wag, and quick-
v tnnk in the situation, and becJime a
party to the ioke on GeneraLSherman.
it ".i.i t oi . . iDlU.
tie saia to wen. onerman : Ay me w aj ,
funeral. T don't think I have a seidlitz
powder in my quarters, and you had bet- j8 Fi ench rather than English, for it con
ter take the one lienerai nowaru nas. 8ts 0f A r0iilctte table a reanceti copy
Bv this time Gen. Howard had the pow- nt uinA nst.,i ;n ,ramblin" hells. Ve
al 1 1 w
der all ready for use, and handed the veftd wf pari8iUl loons where games of
two tr asses to wen. nherman. itatner ,
than offend Howard by saying nemeani . , ; lU!licslte aense of
mm no- stuff I l" "iv-
Kouletto in Fifth Avenue.
An exchange says that j the new folly
for the Fifth avenue, New York, parlor
vails at present, and. while nearly
all of our legislators are lawyers, the
conservatism of the profession is
arrayed like a "wall of rock against
a more logical aaiiistment; oi our
code to the requirements of the
whiskey, he drank the foaming stuff
down.' much to his own disgust, to the
satis faction of Geh. Howard, and to
the amusement of the staff omcers.
Killing by the Faith Cure.
The most astonishing case of faith
that has yet come to the surface was
developed in the coroners office of St.
Louis recently. The death of a child
named j. B. Durham was being inves
tigated, and the evidence showed that
ii- . ...
iiromietv. Exactly the same thing can
not be said of the innovation there and it
is not expected that the roll of the roulette
marble will become a naual noise in fash-
mimhlti cHtheriiiirsHNevertheless there
are two of these wheels of misfortune re
ml v in if nearly every crenin" in two of
the otherwise respectable and very costly
boarding houses in fifth avenue aud oth
ers are heard of. The game is plaxed
precisely as in professional hands, except
that a bauker Is chost?u for such an occa-
fore tho Manchester, Eng., medical socie
ty, Dr. Whitehead quoted somecststrtliug
statistics from the report of thegregistrar
general. During tho past ten years the
death rate fi o n cancer has increased ten
per cent. It' this continues at the same
rate cancer will constitute in a few 3-cars
the only disense the -medical profession
will have to contend with. It has been
nrted in England that caucerf prevails
chiefly iu damp, flat and low Ulistiiets.
Well-to-do, healthy people, past middle
age, are its favorite victims. The disease
affects the entire system, and the change
of tissues called "cancer" is merely - the
lneal immifeKratinii. It is of nowise, to re
move the ulcerated part, as it gives at
best only temporary relief. Tlje disease
goes on all the same and at last kills..
Neither the knife nor the piaster can ef-
feet a cure. Of course we hear every day
of the cure of cancers,' but what ftre cured
are not cancers. They are tumors of va
rious kind?, bad enough in theii way. but
not cancers. We may: as well decent the
uuwelcome truth that therelMt present
no known remedy for caucer. Theoulv
thing the victim can do is to settle hisfJ
fairs and accept temporary relief. Actcs
' oldest clerk in thejtreasury department, -i
he is now cettincr 1.400 a
$200 in thirtv-eight vears.
PniLADELPniA, April 12. Augustus
Singleton, an ex-clergyman, and at one
time a prominent and wealthy citizen,
died from want and exposure in a barn
in the suburbs last night. His wife
was with him whenJie died and both
were tramps. Until a months ago few
It is wisdom to thinks and foBy te
sit without thinking.
A POLYGAMIST PLEADS GUILTY.
A dispatch from Salt Lake city, Utah,
of the 14th inst., says that Orson P.
Arnold, a prominent Mormon, has
pleaded truiltv to an indictment char-
ging him with unlawful polygamy.
He t:eclarea in open eotirt 11 is inten
tion to abandon polygamy and obey
the laws and live with his lawful wife
onlv. not iiefflectinr to suinirt his
second family. Judge Scane said these
declartions had great weight with the
court, and therefore imposed only a
fine of $3000 without imprisonment.
The court then began aud empanelled
the grand jury for the April term,
polygamisls ami upholders of polyga-
Farmer fathers, yuur ba . s are given to
you to fashiou iuto men. 0 e full grown,
honest intelligent man is w rth more to
the country, and hoahl be 1 to the father,
tl.nn tliM lir.l firm Yon - wlinle Ktlldv"
I iiltii a v avv m w t
should he not how to squeeze a few more P A PTT AT & " A SS f'
dollars out of the boys, and tojthis end Ufl-f 1 Z U U lOOL lO,
dwarf them mentally and destroy tlteii
ambition ; hut, how can yon make them
lude', as heretofore.
H )W CLEVELAND KEEPS CLEAR
nv KXTREMES U.u poral linjHi Liew-
i.m nnd there is presumed to be a free
ZJ 1 1 -
he died at a faith-cure hospital on Pop- dom from cheating oii his part, but it is
lar street. The hospital was founded called "revolution," which word may oe rQm NVas,,in t,)n on a
two months ago by a faith minister, taken as descriptive of tho numbered , f absenCe, tells a story in the
i n Ansbano-h. It was sup- 1 nni-.u, ... r . vP j, aiiiruaffe explanatory of the
ported by charity, and took in paKenU ItV&JT:" 'Z of Cleveland's a,,(.oi,,1,,etS
for faith cure. No medical attendance aud juid nm.o;;1.8ive cnciro have
was allowed. At certam penoas oi ine .,cctlgtouiea them to a stake in card play-
day the matron, Mrs. Cadwalter, called iulI jUt w,eJ1 ir conies to introducing tho
all the attendants and the minister to apparatus of roulette, with its placing of
mnra t Imn li t fill . more ambitions, and
more intelligent than yo r-elvcf. Noth
ing pays better than to eneouiage 1110
boys except lo teach them honesty and
thfs you can't do by defrauding them, and
nothing so encourages one to thought and
care in his work as a pecuniary interest.
Don't fail, therefore to uive the boys a
direct interest in something on lie farm,
and then see to it, as you wof Id ivize
their integrity, that yon deal hot)estly by
. . . . iii-.i i. ....
them in jlivnliug the pronts. yhh now
much more complacency will you leave,
when you come to die, a lull grown, hon
est, prosperous man-ryour soil than a
paltry bank account. Deal justly, tieai
lilterally, encouragingly with the) hoys.
fc'.' SiTffii.fr the sick wards, when aU prayed fervent- cMt o a .av-out, ,f,e diveiou i. a Ut
royal prerogative. 1 lhere is a goner .ifi ,.e , cos. for the most of them to
I tacttlikt cannot be disnuted.
al assembly composed of two houses:
' , i l .1 ,
an upier anu a iower.oue, me iuci
bcrs oft the former- being chosen for
life, and those of ihe latter for four
years, and both by indirect vote of the
in thejEmperor, ot coqrse, assisteu uy
his miiristers and ja council of State.
Fmm Portujral. the oritrinal patron
i of the country, is derived certain priii-
cinles of -hereditary succession to tne
' ! ... ill .1 ! I
crown which exclude tne oauc iaw
females being pernlilted to occupy the
throne!. The established religion of
the empire is theJ Roman Catholic,
I ' - . . im .1
though all other religions are tolerat
ed, and educationl while still back
ward, is gratuitous and "will be made
coinpujlsiny as soouas the government
1 v fnr thp' recovery of the patients. tie too gross
-r, . i . j i. stand.
JKiXpressions neany ainea iu uiupuc-
mv were uttered by the taitnrui ana i,.r f mm Atlanta. Ga.. savs the
wf I A A. j t mr
ftnd was invoked to cure. The appeals ,i...ti. r,i in tUnt. Atv nt mesent irives
had only the effect of making the cases bl,t tx vague idea of the amount of 6ick-
worse. Those who naa menas were
taken away and have since died. The
Durham child was there about two
weeks, and all the prayings could not
save him. He suffered and died with-
ness to be fouud iu every quarter where
inquiry is made. While almost every
class of sickness is prevalent, most of it
ecms to have for its origin iu severe cold.
It's a candid story aud he witnessed
the scene in the city of Langollen,
Wales. A boy was griming a Huge
stick of candy (regular brown taffy,)
when a little fellow came up witn one
eve cocked and said: "I say, Ted,
fr'inime a bite ?" The sharp reply was:
"Naw, 1 won t cause you axed me!
Another boy stepped up and saul :
"Ted, Idid'tax you." Ted's reply
was quick : "iNaw, 1 know you clidn t
cause you didn't want any."
J. RHODfcS BltOWNE, I l(TM. C. COART,
Prest. s secreuuy :
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement
JASCAUT 1, 15.
Cash Capital $300,000 0
Unljusted Losses 84)00 OS
Reserve for l.e-insurance and all other I 1T M
liabilities, . f 2;llTW
Net Surplu , It
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS:
Cash In National Banlr $ 7,904 06
Casli la hanls of Agents 1 1 .902 5fl
ppirr tv r?F.vTrri. America.
La LiUcrtail, Via Galveston, April 14. I.LOAas, secured by nrst martguge.
United States Registered Bouds...-.;.
State and Municipal I'.ou:s
NaUonal Bank Stocks
Cotton Manirfactuiliij; Mocks .7.
other Local Stocks
Real Estate (unlneuiiibered tlty property) T.S7 IT
... - r . n a.
, ... bU,l M
-f lt.BM 85
. 179,800 00
. 51,037 M
. 15S.4 K) 0CI
. 114,725 C0
3,770 00 i
The ba!?es of peace were tolay ac
ceptetl by Salvador and Guatalema.
Hostilities have ceased. A general
-amnesty has been proclaimed aim
awaits the approval ol the allies, j ne
plenipotentiaries will meet in Qcopul-
definite treat v of
peace. i .
Fort Worth, Texas, April 12. One
of the largest land and cattle trades
i.. in iritis still holds its swav. and in ever made in America was closed here
save him. He suffered and (lied with- mMt mnit fatiiij. The physicians yesterday. The property of the Esquela
out medical attendance, the matron to Iiave their hands full and aro d and company, embracing
50,000 head of cattle and 20,000 acres
iiLlrfI i . i
- ......... .Wfm
: t -
be made of the best material
..j uini an IVIUM3 Ml tfllk.
iM MIT VTP. T'lV
rTH r ATT I T Tm ........ ,Uki t . mmnrtlinA '
Iviili liUUAli ll o,iwj.jii.w. oeiieve tuuv vunsi m tuic
C3iavery,wiucii iiaa u.wbys u wants and if he don t it is of no use
in IlKizil. is vieMms under the be- , . ; , . rm. i
TK-. t . r i w i -nr I. 1 . 1.1 ? i tO Call in a aocior. iue eoruuei uiuci-
The Mast Beaut iluHNood Work. n (M1 nfluence ot Pedro's reign loa " " ; ., -. , - , . .
sysWofgradud emancipation now ed the hospitaun cnarge oi pnysicians.
considerably advipcea u not neany
0 i . - .1
4pcjmplete in every respect. Strengin oiiue siaua.ug army
Agents wantcdn unoccupied territory, on a peace iootiug ps d0,g00 and on a
war looting 60,000, and the navy
r?lc DEWING MACHINE CO.. MUX&tL cf sixtv meiuofVwar, includ-
Jbchmpnd. Vs. . 1 :4l.la .:tK nrowe
emiiire and hence: the place
1 '.ll.. !:...An a n O wl ! I
tie lice Ol Hie uimiatci ia a ojichui" v.. j.
of 40Q,000 people beautifully situat-
-.1 :. .. .n.iir.il .1 tvtiit lt'jtm furmp.l
1. 1 1 111 llUkllia. Ulll HU(VM .
by surrounding mountains and look- J tucky has 4,461 saloons, and Uiiio,
mil otit upon the Otmtn-t-Atlantic, 15 yo. startling as the statement
stating that God wanted the little one COM8tantly on the go. Impure water, a
or he would have made him wnoie. bad system of drainage and ciiaugeaoie - was sold to an English syndi-
The investigation shows that a number weather all contributed to the preseut ' nAn rr..
i ne nvef , ..;.,...,.,. .. r !' h. ,;k- Nn cate incorporated in London. I he con-
lot other cwioren nave oeen ' J . ' " , 1 XT. .! " 1 dd.ration is not vet known, hut the
the hrinkof the grave, and notwith- 01 w weu Willcl CU""V " ' . , ,.Vimftm Th(k
r .. .. " ., b . 1 tui. of the citv is safe to drink, and im- property is valued at isS.oOO.OOO. Ihe
standing this the matron ana minister - n,,hkilr nanv w:n hr known as the
DeiUJWMUIrVUlB. wviu " w . .iMnl.-t-rffrlnw ninlcM I III
necessity a costly one.
Total Assets, ) $741,380 S2
J. ALLEN BROWN, AgU :
Salisbury, N- C.. March 16. i v.7i.
SOMETHING NEW !
5-LAMP CIIIMNEYSJ 1
that will imt lrvk lv L.-ut, lor sale ftt
" . - ENNISS'.
DIAMOND -DYES All colors jm
wish at ENNISS'
DONT FORGET t. ta!
all kinds at
f( r Seeds of
The vottiitr man who skated in th
Madison Square Garden 1,092 mile
in six days, scoring in one diy 201
miles, has since died in consfquenc
:.,...,..nn Avnrisiirn lipfnre Ihe ha I
Ol 111! ll Ii' .i .,.-". , i ,
. 1 '.i i:.:k T TA TIIK I.ilill '
recovered ins normal euimmvu. .
l.l .. . ..J o li ii in an I Pull tinrl s" the Flower Pots at
was a miserame sjumhic m i - EWISS
life ottered on the altar or tieiesiaoie
uotonty. , GIVEN AWAY!
By royal order it is ordained that cap- pZSH and GENUINE Gardan Seeds!!
tains of vessels entering the cuban pons
and cattle company
W KLITTTZ Xr.
Sativiks tv the South and in
THE NORTH. Gov. St. John, since I iVM been handed inlat the request of At-
his return I from the South, confesses toruey General Garland, Instead of fol-
thatthe temperance work is further lowing the usual course and commun'ci
advanced in 'the South than in the his wishes to Mr. Chesley through
l lKMlll, i.iJLinsirripi iii uw oaiutiuo tllO attorney geiiei ai, . Vicvvuiuu
1 of the! Minnesota, with about the same pop- down and -wrote a kindly noto to the
of resi- J nlation, has over 3,000 saloons ; Ar- solicitor, sealed and addressed it and sent
11.. s 1 . . i . . . - rf-s.
Kansas has l,d44. saloons, Calitornia, J jt uv a messenger direct to Mr. Chesley.
with about the same population, has u Rtmihtforward way of doing
. ; . . . -tv I O
Tl . . . ... . St.. . ....... I
y.dOiJ saioous. vi(i Aouroon Aveu
Treasury department! officers are tdk- While plowing, Tobias ; Roth rock
ing about the characteristic 'manner m of Broadbay lownslnp, JJoreyttiLO,
tl. IPrMdeut rennested-Solicitor found a curiosity one day last week.
Chesly to withdraw his resignation, which It is a large dish weighing about
are no more to be made responsible for
fod bv thp intprnreter.
LUC C11U13 V"luiinv- J I
in the translation of their mainifesU
This concession was obtained through
the exertions of the American repri se 1
tative at Madrid.
across! a -bay that Ijxves its feet. . It is j may be, in proportion to the popula-
ml - .
(ionthe Jiorth has twice as many sa
loons as the South. And yet .the
c ni..... ...i ii. xt.k
ill., UIW JSUI luuini, OOlllH 19 ACIIIUU1UVIU Ullll me xunii
i and customs pre-1 Uepublican, and striving to be prohi
the better classes of tiou also. St. Louis Republican.
in a latitude , correspond ing to that of
Huvh.isi And conseauentlv has a cli-
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mate not unpleasant the year round. '
vnil there ainonir
nixinlp. and. otherwise than socially.
lhe ci!ty also has many of the charac
teristics of a European capital
The vast extent oi tne empire ai-
Whatever the number of a man's
friends there will be times in his life
business at the White iouse is, old gov
ernmeut officers say, a reiresiiuij
elty.-iJVVic York Time.
A Pooe Field for Doctors. Block Is
laud, uearlv fifteen miles off the Rhode Is
land shot c,is couside.red oue.of the qnaint-
est ocean resorU on the American coast.
It is a Tuiuiature world, in which the hab
it ami customs are those of 150 yea is ago
The iucome of a resident physician in
WHEN YOU WANT!
lTiT.fi TTT T7TrLTTT3nia i
Lnthc "aaersigned t ' NO. arOranite
7v ii" -. . . , i m ...... i tin ttf(triiirr m ilia nAiinirv 'vuti vv , " . . muiiu m. . iiiifr
tfti-iL . IT" .'.-., -t- 1 Lr,, nf .at richaess and value to the he has not one too many -i9t..rfr- told an islander that he hawl lost his own
:rN.C jnne sthf i I worW. de has uecn neretotore ai- uynon.
forty pounds, and from all opj)ear
ances is of ancient date. It was kjv-
ei-al inches beneath the surface. It h
no doubt some kind of Indian pot-
. .1 i
tery ; but as it has two holes uoreu j
through the bottom ot it, its use can- j
not be coiiiecturctl. Indian arrows ,
and other implements have been found (
in the same vicinity. Ltavulson ms-.
. i . -
Persons buying One . Dollar's worth f
Garden Seeds or Medic ines of any kind will
be "iven 10 pajers nf fn-sh garden seeds -
At EN N13S' Drug i Seed Store.
A. C. HARIS -
Having purclias.IJt. raiercw
in the Jinn of Harris & Heid, 1 will contin
ue business at mv old stand on Main street.
Thanking my friends and the public for
tiw.r lilx-ml natrorgro heretofore given, I
he would -hall endeavor to insure their continued 1 U-
people never are suited. Te.e wvrTibNS.
Tine Cigars and Tobaecol
and everyt ling usually k-pt in my Uae. .
Call and see me. 'l'l'yTo -
A. C. HARRIS..
Jan. 21, lSS5.-3m
"An American who was arreslel
in Palestine and rccciveil the Li-tina-doon
his bare feet, said he j would
.Arnt in Iip skinned nllVC. It h
bid lipen skinned alive
"Papa, did -mamma say yes to yon
right off when you asked her to mar
ry you?" "Certainly she did." f'WIiy
dont she say yes now just asj quick
! vhen you ask her to do tntngs .
"Mamma's hearing; is not as? goo i
i . . . i .... ii "
! uow, darling mat
nes in his life fQa, m n,ui:l.ai nttendance oil the 1.-
e vast exieiitui uie empire ai-, , i i , r , . ... , iioo. hv.miu.v.v...,
i - r , .. when he his one too few: but if he has ' vn ...i...i.t.-..- M w fri zz. . Rnfnre ouit-
a great variety ,01 sou auu en- . , ' , . , , -iw " , . n ' silks and
and the products of the country only ? enemy he 18 lucky indeed if tiug the island at thecud of the year ho . .
j Z -;-l...iM ...! ...I... . 4l.' Tna n nftf. nn Inr. mnrtv ""R7j- I .u :ol.r lit hie hail lost his own tOgeuie .
! health in trying to work up a practice. sain? way.
Mr. Singleton had been preaching fie
eospel at Waterford. One night he
Unnrvvirpd; and when he came to his n ,nv state robes, exceptm
senses found himself recovering from a on at hor coronation, when she goes
drunken debauch in this city. He af- to Westminster Abby in crimso, an
terwards became a tramp, and as stated, ( Jr
: tired in reu. s
Pretty sofa cushions are made of light j
colored selvages cut from i the euge or , -'f Sia t villk at tbc residence of
sUks and knitted in very thick and close n Margaret E. Mitchelt. Mi..
igs can be made in the l0lK Evelyn Ah in the u .tn ear
wantecUor TUe Ut
ot ull tue Prwldenu
.fct. biindsonieit. wesv
TheQnccn of E.glaml never penr, U.g eSS&
Notice to Creditors!
AU person ha ving claims against th
estate of Daniel Chambers deceased ni Jt j
hereby noli neu TOr nf
i , undesigned on m H
nit . of consumnu in. io ....;i ihhk. or un uwk,.?." v. t v l Mt
in bar of their recovv5-?" " " " - Utl
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