" f 4 -fa -MmWl TTD M - ' VV i) 1P n TO 31 V ' v
II ' I ' - . i: . I ; ' - 1 . I 1...!. KMria Cnillllll If? CI II 1 1 III I- 1HPT. .1- T I I I I IV I I. IB 1 V VWWV I . I' . - m. m . ' W I . "1 -J : ." ! i , - 1 i.l
' ,tiie ulu mill. worked tcwlav. in ttanaoinn county "- . . . ' I -kj vuuuioxi, one ol the ladies of his hnrpm tiholi
iihii AND PEUMANEN'T CURE
i;. .. . .von .. , ;
...jia and Indigestion-.
:MTv. W- iV 'JKEOOBY,
II 'vv sreat blefit myself
h-commen.1 it to othem.
I Mciuv)er v- e--
li jiJ : Charlotte, N C.
.".-'r. I takeereat pleasure
1 V' ,Tm, ltv to the .talue of your.
JiD?m71- - - ased u with treat
l-WSffJllY recommend it lo any one
aibAa. indigeutson nU ,a
N. C. State Treasurer.
I Jly J II McAden and t C Smith &
Here frqatt the brow 'of the hill I Ibok
Through a lattice of boughs and leares
On the fld gray mill, with its gambrel roof .
And ihe mosi on ita rottiag eaves.
I hear tlie clatter that jars its waits, l
And ihe rnshing water's sound,"
And I sfee the black floats rise and fall ' .
' As tbje wheel goes slowly round,
I rode t iere often when I wa young,
Witmy 'grist on the hor3e before,
And talked with Nelly, the miller's girl,
As I waited my tarn at the door.
And while stieiossed her ringlets brown,
And flirted andr chatted, so free, ,
The.whfeel might atopor the wheel might go
It wajs all the samc'to tae. - ' ,
I ! FIRM VACOHS.
worked to-lay. In Randolph county
I point yon to the Hoover HiU mines.
Theare ownSSO :"feet in a tneta
morpliic slate, and are avcragiog from
$7 to $3 pen ton, while occasionally it
runs - very high in freegoldj The
mine is producing now and has an
output of $150,000r -i
- The Ore Knob Cppper mine, in
Ashe county, has j produced over two
millions of dollars. The mine has
been worked to a deph of 460 feet
and is equipped with smelters and re-
liners, rne ore,: cuaicopynie, win
average about 8 per cent., but! occas
ionally lias very rich bunches! in the
lode. ' '
At the Phcenii mine, in Cabarrus
couutyi a depth of 300 feet has lysen
attained. The ores, auriferous sulphi
des, will average $15 per ton, and is
reduced with ordinary battery and
treated ?: hy the Meares chl or! nation
process. The output, is about 40.000,
The : Big Russell, in" Montgomery
county, has been worked in an open
Since the first breaking out of the cut to the depth 0f 100 feet, and from
' n M a., t Ua ri;rnvr of. thfr ;1S to C(Y feet in wultli. It is a low
'Tis twenty years since last I stood y
On the spot where I stand to-day;
And Ne'lly is wed and the miller b dead,
And the mill aad I are eray. 'J' .-a
Bat both, till we fall into ruin and wreck, '
To or fortunes or tou are oouna,
And thie man goes and the stream flows:
Ana pe w ucw mu ww ij
Thoina$ Dunn JungbsA.
The Gbld Ores of Xortlt Carolina.
"trnld fever on the discover. ot.; the
precious metal in California in 1848,
the golf! mines of the .Rocky. Moun
tains and the Pacific slope have con
tinued to attract attention to theneg
15 to GO' feet in width. It is a low
grade lal co-slate, and there is in sight
more than one hundred thousand tons.
The production has been a little more
than $50,000. An English syndicate
has purchased the property and their
superintendent is erecting a 30 stamp
Ippt of what is much nearer home if
Tfot so icreat in extent .or. rich in-ex
ternal indications. Few persons who battery. This property, if carefully
did not! have actual knowledge of the handled, must turn out gold iu pay-
iranortance of the gold mines of North mg quantities
trind fr flnrinff WaffOIlS. Carolina could have formed any con- J
HggieS opriUg V dBuu de ionoftheir Yalne. The magnifi- the
Iwn flnd (riiano Drills
iti no Tl AY RAKES- proved a revelation to many. These only been prospected to the depth o
JiiCWlup i . ores are so "numerous, massive and 40 feet. Assays run from $4 upward
J N Averts iaumg,anuja i.. and are so fovishlv displayed Some New England capitalists bough
YjZY IV A 1 ! vi xv O. that they rival the miueral exhibits this property lasjt spring and are mak-
.TI MAD iuimwcw,
Telegraph Straw Cutters,
!j Avery ana i;i.m i
At the Bright Inline, same county,
eeption ot their value, me magnin- tne ore lies in a mass, anu i
cent exhibit made by rsortn uaroiina, tne itusseu ore nere tne mass is
of fro Id ores in the Exposition, lias, several hundred feet in width and has
a high grade snlphldej vein four feet
WlUe, Willi MlUUWUVi .IU Blglllt.
Output $35,000. ; j i ':v-'iT
At tbe tloneycutt mine, same coun
ty, the depth reached ys 300 leet.
They find a tine graue ore siate
which is oworked iii aj Howland pul
verizer mill. Outputs $25,000.
At the Dunn's Mountain mine.
same j county, they ore hoisting ores
from the 200 foot ieveJ. luey have a
small vein of brown and snlphide ores,
but of good grade.! fhemme is well
equinned. .Production 20,000.
The l?avis chionnation works are
at the Yadkin minel also in Rowaq
couuty. The ores at this locality have
not naid because they are mucli be-
low the averaee in va4ue.
Tho TTntnn Hold and Conner mine.
on the dividing line: rpetween Kowan
anu vauarrus counues, iworKea in
an oiiecnt; Js 75l-eei deep by from
15 to 45 feet in width.; The ores are
auriferous chalcopyrite, green carbo
nate of copper and red oxide. Anoth
er part of the property has a shaft of.
no great depth worked tor an argen
tiferous blende. Thd output amounts
to $30,000. !
From this showing you perceive
that there is considerable activity iu
the oldest discoveries, as you know,
were of this character. It is impos
sible to estimate, except approxi
mately, the output of the State in
placer gold. Reed mine, in Cabarrus
county, has produced largely, and it
was here that the .28 pound nugget
the largest of the Eastern nuggets
was found. - j ' j '
The Parker, another noted placer
deposit in Stanly county, has added
YOUNG IiADIES" COLTTUK.
All contributors to this column will
address their communications to Youno
Ladies' Coujiur," WaTCHMXii, Salisbury,
. '. I. m- . ;
one of the ladies of his harem to be
brought out, and to be presented to this
aide-decamp. This unfortunate bfiicer,
who was as much an Englishman as an
Egyptian and whose dream had been
to marry a European, had no escape. I
For the Young LadWColumn,9,
Beantifui are. the fields of Carolina:
powdered over with "Daisies," those
emDiems or innocence, the first hearings
of the awakening bosom of spring; they
u&uig juyuua uuuis oi ongnter days and
the return of-singing . birds and the
whispers of long leaves and - pleasant
walks remmding ns that nature has
awoke from her slumber and is shak
ing open the unblown buds which have
gathered .. around her during her long
Nature has crowned Carolina with
her richest jewels flowers and the
glittering minerals upon her brow at
tack many of the fair sex to her soil, of
which they will always be proud to speak
of as "Our Carolina'
Littleton's Sewing Machine Belief
Spring does one half the labor io sew lag.
It makes heavy macliiaesi ran light.
It makes light machines ran lighter.
The spring enables any lone to run a
machine without becoming fatigued.
Use the spring aud no injury will re
salt from jrauuing tbe sewing luachiue.
; New Orleans, May 6th. At -a
meeting of prominent citizens to con
sider the feasibility of continuing the
exposition for another year, there was
much debate, and it was finally determined-
to send a committee to
Washington to. ascertain if the gov
ernment . will permit the exhibits to
remain another season, and to asjt the
eep mining districts, but let me but write often. Truly
fou about those I placer deposits ; ilxvi
I was a little disappointed last week, War, Department to 'garrison the
Mr. Editor, at finding us crowded out, grounds with troops'to save the ex-
but you had excellent reading matter, ri i- e c .i
.11 j ' ' peuse of i a police force. On the re
in your paper, nevertheless, and it was f -r .
to m a wplpnmA vi'dfr port of this committee will rest the
I hope the girk will not be disappoint- question of reopcuing or not There
; Expialln-Th eTr Sins. f
4T ' U
f4id by Bire Harrison, fresh "writer :l
en the stibiect, Wnumber' 20,0Q0H AJ i
statue of the blessed nrcm,Va lalv;iiH
placed in the centre of a church, and
the floor in front bf it strewn knee .
4eep with cactus, whose poisonousspines
fill sometimes pierce the heaviest soll
shoes. "Through this bed of thornsjpie v j
Penitentesf march; with naked feefeor "
wwl along on bare knees, calling pit-.
eousiy me wane to the V irgin tor for--giveness
of their sins. As if this were ttot
spflacient, they scourge themselves with . ;
CTeat bunches of cactus tied toget her on a
thong and slashthiemselves with knivW If
TJhe natural result of these orrible ex--'
ercises is a death now and then, andl j
many maimed and pitiable creatures !
who drag out a miserable existence for :
the remainder of their days. i
Selected for the young ladies Coulmn.
Modes of Courtship.
appears to be no trouble m raising
the necessary funds to meet the ex
i lEnffines ana
Rq7 AND unlb I MILLo,
R&Eninc ahdBoilsr Fittings-Ouns,
EloUs Shelly Cartridges, AVmls and Caps.
Ponder m snoii wjiiaiHiw ?
sri-Axcs; biioveis nuu ouw, o
Hirfare, Paints, Oil and Varnishes
UflME-RAlSED CLUVtK 5ttU.
Ijereiytwwf usually kept In First -Class
ilJdMreand implement Stores. I have on hand
VErZZSrt ti.. nhnvft, A offer them tor the next
dars. tor less money than they have ever
ysbury.bct W. SMITHDEAt.
1 1 S I I V r-vv a . .1 ' 1.1 . I 11
made liy Colorado, Montana, Nevada ing preparations to work it on a more to tne wealth ol tne world.
and other mining regions of the West, extensive scale. I A fort is mine, in JNasii county,
andthiy fairly astonish the observer The Little Lead mine, in the same goesa bowshot ahead, having increas-
who only knew in a general way that county, ha3 been worked to the depth ed our wealth more; than a million
some gold existed in North Carolina, 75 feet and has produced $10,000. dollars. The Shu ford, in Catawba,
Georcia and Virginia. There are more than a thousand tons nas a spienuiu prouuemg reuoru auu
Kift vpnrs n rn. and lefore Uie dis- oi ore. worth Irom 4 to l in snrlit prouucniK
covervi ot eokl in uamornia. ine ore nee mining. iuui6wu; wuu,; -f'
mines pf North Carolina and Ueorgia Un the Morns Mountain property tauon oi uemg; uw giwicsi
attracted much attention, and they work is progressing finely at the newly gold producing county in the State.
in the discovered locality. The ore is in a le oam vjurisijan i mine uikcs me
lead, with a record oi two nunureu
thousand dollars. Some eiht or nine
Seuator Warner Miller, of New
York, wlio has lust returned from
The shoemaker lays his all at her feet. New Orleansjand a tour through the
The blacksmith strikes the iron when South, speaks quite hopeful of the
it is hot. busiuess prosperity of that section,
The carpenter says her society adz joy "The South," he said, "owes incalcu-
to his existence. lably more to the New Orleans Ex-
The woodchopper offers himself as position than anything else that has
her feller. occurred durin the last fifty years.
The mason believed his chances rest A great change for the better has been
on a good foundation when he informs made in the sanitary arrangements of
her that her refusal! would be mortar- MomtihU . aiuI-yp! low fnvpr therein
1 7 J " .
I According to feWaskingtoa eorrespon-
dent of the New Vork World, Mr, Clero
lnd proposes to go eren slower in the
matter of appointments to office. lie is
qaotad as aj ing in teplj to.au Illluois
Jpdge who called upon him to ask about
change in the federal offices ia that
State: "When I assumed the duties of
this office I resolred to go slow iu mak
iig changes,believing that if auy nilstalss
were mauo uiey wouui nataraiij resnic
from bnity and inconsiuYrnte action
rom certain receut occurrences I km
more than erer of I the opinion that nv
drigiual determination was right. In the
future I intend to ; go even slower than
ul U mow money than at anything else by taking
I B u ntW tor the hest selling book out. Be
wwdifrlandlr. None tall.rerms free n
i . i wii i,ktt book co.. Fortland, Maine.
! ' f
AT THE HEAD!
such important factors
gold stjpply of the United States that free milling state, and they use the
the goyernment was induced to estab- simplest anialgainatiug process. The
lish mints in the South to coin the production, at the depth of 25 feet,
precious metals taken out there. As has been about $5000.
a matter of fact, the mint at Charlotte, The development at Silver Hill, in
Ni C. was established in 1837,, and Davidson county, has reached a depth
one at Dahlonega, Ua., was started m
pounds of the yellow metal may be
seen in our show case. The Beaver
fying to him:
The sailor first ascertains how the
land lies, then approaches her when
she's in stays, and informs her that he
is in need of a first mate.
The dairyman declares that he is
bound to heifer and can love no udder.
The furniture dealer is so mnch in
if Offering as iNDyeEXExx. I don't ;
know about going 4)ail for ' you, am,;
You are a bad nigger, and ought to ! be .
locked up. You re a disgrace to the
community." , J .:
I ul know it sah.- I'm a4jad nigger
ebery way. But if you'll go my nail
lis time, boss, I'll jump the country to
morrow mawnin' and nebber come baek.
iDeed I won't." X. Y. Tiniez.
,;, j THE LIGHT -RUN jilSQ l
: : . , i ; i
Dam mine . follows close on the heels love with her that he is willing to ac
of the, Sain Christian, while Bunnel Cept her affection on instalments, one-
of about 700 feet. This is one of the Mountain with twenty thousand dol- nth down.
very few mines! worked during the lars the-Werth with htteen thousand
Confederate war.; Lead was scarce, dollars land the Kron with ten thou
and this argentiferous galenite and sand dollars brinjg u the rear of this
blend was smelted and run into bul- procession ot gold producing placers.
It is said that the Montgomery
discoveries to the year 1835 the mines per ton: Gold $10;-silver-$25, lead people never tail to make a crop.
OliOUHl urougm uesirur uieir growing
crops, tliey havei but to repair to the
all probability effectually banished.
Atlanta now more resembles one of
our large Eastern towns than any city
iu the South, and there is an energy
about the people that promises much
in the future."
diets that Orlando county, Fla., will
become one of the richest Countries in
I the United States. "
Official statistics show that gold was
disco vered in korth Carolina in 1824,
in Virginia in 182a and m ueorgia
in 1830. and from the time of these
of these States had sent altogether to 20 per cent, and zinc ,10 per cent
the mint 84.377.500. This mine has produced more than
t : .1-- .
Desiring to gain some definite aud 200,000.
specify information on the gold mines
of North Carolina a representative of
Picavune called on Mr. T. K.
The poet wooes her with a sonnet, and
her big brother starts out in search of
him with a shotgun.
The "funny man" approaches her
with jokes and puns, and has the dog
set on him and loses the skirts of his
I No machine of jtravel that man ever ,
invented can equal the speed of wild
fowl. The canvas-hack duck flies two
les a minute. The broad-bill goes
Senator Miller pre- slightly slower. Teal can fly at the fate
of 100 miles . an hour, the wild goose
iabout ninety. j
i ' :
The bad man, diffusing the hue of
his own spirit over the. world, sees it
full of treachery selfishness and de
ceit. The good man is continually
looking for and sees noble qualities.
At the Rudisif mine, in Mecklen-
Bruuer, who has cliarge of the exteu-
sive and well arrauged mineral de
partment. of that State amrrequested
some particulars. These Mr. Bruner
kindly ga ye, entering into interesting
. - i t 1 1 1
then dry beds ot tne urancnes auu Finally, the champion roller-skater
smaner creeKs, auu wuu suuvci auu i . , i , 0i . i
with and marries him. Boston
tlutjt ishe acknowledged Leader is a
j ,1 tact that cannot be disputed.
WNY IMITATE IT. I:
I .a' 11 t .
f 280 fppt has pan, gather the golden harvest irom
been attained in the workings. The g"t deposiu. An expert can make Ps
ore, a dense sulphide, is of very high from one to three dollars a day minis
grade, and the yield amounts to a way. The country stores take "dust'
million dollars. nugget gold in exchange for
' Capps Hill mine, same county, has goo Is, allowing 85 to 85 cents per
been worked a little more than a bun- dwt. for it. j
details! which were brought out by dred feet in depth, and has produced A he estimated product oi iorin
,,oc;Ar.0 Hta .intpmpnf. ia o-ivpn nnd ftoii non: Work ; is hpiiio' vitrorouslv Carolina cold is thirty million dol-
i . . I ' .ft .1 1 I 1 LJ . . I.. AHnAy A
;a cnhdtaiit o v n Fn llmvR? nrnspnntpcl. with mnw t inn a Lhousamt iars. now buaii we iuuieusc
mm WH mmmmm m j vtumr - - I y - - - -
AlidW mc to remark in the outset tons of good ore in sight.
that the first gold found in America The St. Catherine mine, also in
was discovered in North Carolina, and Mecklenburg county, has reached the
years before that humble Georgia wo- depth of 200 feetj From this level
man, Mrs. Peter Xi. Wimmer found they are hoisting a fair grade of sul-
the firiit nugget in Californiaahd star- phide, ore, but the yield has been
tpXwestward the adventurous pioneers small, only reaching a few thousand
. "T! i. .... 1...' . T ?
who have since made that land bios- dollars. A practical process tor work
Selected for the Ladies' Column.
News aud Notes for women.
Washington Grltlc, May 4th, (AnU-Cleveland be
Two months ago today Mr. Cleve
land took the oath of officc and .be-
caiuej.resiucui.ui ni uuucm uuuw. pTjp A TT7CF i QKQ
No doubt the time will have seemed KLl A IN lblJ lOOy
like a space of two years to many of
fice seekers who have hung on the
outskirts of the Administration. But,
after ail there has been a steady, con
tinuous change in the personnel of
fhfi Departments, and rresident
Cleveland is accomplishing gradual
progress that which injudicious per
sons hoped would be attained by
wholesale removals. Thus far the
President and the country are to be
Under the name of beri galine, Irish
poplins are revived.
those I ahradof concratulated on the
-m B&a.BBU BA JMA. V B M -V - S
Just liere hinges the great I nair wmch is five feet ten inches long, tration.
The nrohloni to be unrav-1 . mklii..
i r r 1 1 j-w. IJ.WAAAA io ooin Tfl I0 111 CM
eled is a nractical. chean method for i i "1 An Accommodating JuDGE.-Une
mnninulnl iW thVi .'dlnhie ores of the m0Sl woman uuw uu a .u.. , h. evcr 0) t,,e
Ivp Lace bonnets will be much worn as unu ia niiributed to Judse Walton.
exception concentrated high grade soon as the weather will permit their Uyuile holding a term of the Supreme
ores. Metallurgical works are need- l us9- Court at Augusta he sentenced a man
Mrs Frank Leslie, it is said, boasts ot to seven years in prison ior a grave
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
. RnODcS BUOWNR. I WM.
i rest. i
kr . 1- i i i" .i i i i. i :.. .i.t
enm i inrin unroiiua- uau muuiiau i in? sumuiue urea ta uccueu iu iuuig
thousands of dollars' worth of native the output at this and many other lo-
ed, where the ores may be treated for
all they are worth.
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement.
JAXCAKT 1, 18$5.
having the smallest foot of any lady crime. The respondent's counsel ask-) fcaau capital
ed for a mitigatiou of the sentence on
0 . . ft. ft
' NONE LULAL IT. gold, and some mining work was be- calities available. ;
ftarjrest Armed. , ing conducted in a crude way. Since In Stanly county there is some lit-
f jue LihtMtltunniBsr; that time, work has been going on in tie activity. At the Croweli mine they
. r ; The Most Beautiful Wood Work. many localities almost constantly are working in the 150 foot level.
AXD IS WARRANTED excepting, of course, the time spent in The ore is a talc slate and the little
t -fkii . x... , " . L . - war. In '61 almost all the mines were seams of quartz permeating the lode
Greensboro Workman: Ground was
broken today for the new mammoth
2as-h61der for the Greensboro Gas Com-
pany uot. ieitwicn arnvea in ine ciiy
0 do any and all kinds of work.
y 18 he complete in every respect.
Agenlj wanted in unoccupied territory,
-Marcfes, f !' .
WMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
:5ftl?y"KLUTT2 & RENDLEMAN
TTly. Salisbury, N..C.
abandoned and but little activity was 1 are sometimes exceedingly rich in free
known In the region uutil a few years gold, lhey are using Chilian mills.
ago. This fact accounts in a measure The Biles mine, same county, is
for the tardiness in development; out down 00 ieef. 1 he ore is 01 nign
let m4 go on with the main idea of grade, ami the yield has reached
vour duestion. Within the last six or szu.UUU. rueynave a stamp mm.
eight jyears a pew and more deterratn- Une other property in oianiy coun
ed effort has been made to develop ty is worthy of inentiou. It is the
Barringer mine. The property was
onened before! the war. but was abau-
He Took the Wager.
i "Poor John was so fond of gambling,"
said a bereaved Widow. "His last bet
the iiiklultry, aud I must say with the
most flattering prospects -of success.
This hewimpetus has been felt in sev- doned before any depth was attained.
eral j ways, but most prbmiuently in j It was reopened two years since and
glVipg rise IO ou uinuiiivu iur uiavuv-1 uisuuvercu iu ue u vvijr iwh ciu.
ery. A natural result of this exploi-lThey have not reachetl a depth of
tntmtV wnrk is the addition ot uianv hllv tpet. la nu est ion ot title had to DC
. 1' .ir. i. i 1.. i:l .i : 1... ,.:lil I . - Vo pnnlfl pat snct clams in
UeW ipcailliea IO lUC uiikuvj iuug iiai 1 iieuiufu 111 mc jiu uut ui jrici-ai niu gt;v; hv.w-
I "Did he win the bet?"
"Yes, he won the bet," sighed the
widow, "but the money didn't do us any
good. It took every cent of it to bury
him." X Y. Sim. i
in the United States
Stockings are in black and plain dark the ground that the; prisoner's healtl
MrM;Mwl W ftlnakinos was very poor. "Your Honor, sau
.JL- TO:n tmn, . he. "I am satifieil that my client can
. ... , not ve out half that term, and I beg
Uf." nicrht nnn bmnkrht with him Mr. AUZ tlco S of vou to chance the sentence." "Well,
McGcerwho will take charge of the ex- V S "nder those circumstances," nid the
ovation and build the tank, which will "w uruwu, -u - a j a ttI wiIl change the sentence,
cover an area of 48 feet. Twenty- A Corean woman has no name, bhe aud make it for life instead of seven
nine nersons loineu me itietuuuisu is aiways sumcwuj o p..v., , . vc:.rg " ; i is neeiiess u uu mai
wife,motner. ineirmuivwiwicAu resnondent agreed to abide ty tne
original sentence, which the Judge per-
TT 1 T . Iff
Mrs. Johnson, the once radiant nar- fI1itted him to elect. Lewuttown Jic.)
riet Lane of White House memory, now journaU
a widow, is described as "still a glorious
looking woman, despite the sorrow ex
pressed in the stricken face and the
tesen-e for liMnsonuice and nil other
Jfet Surplu , -
. 255,2C3 It
- SCHEDULE OF ASSETS:
Cash la National Bank f 1.904 W
bash In hands of Agents 11,962 29
X -- j "
pVinrph. in this citv. vesterdav after the
mqrning sermon i twenty-two on pro- is not recognized even by name.
f ession of faith and seven by letter, it
is encoraging to 1 see! so many uniting
with the Churcli Of Christ. The
wheat about Gibsonville and in ;he
edge of northwestern Alamance is im
proving a good deal,;
United States Registered Bonds
State and Municipal Boads ........
National Bank Stocks
Cotton Manufacturing Mocks . . . .
other Local Stocks . . . .j. . .
Uteal Estate (unincumbered cltpropertj) 7JJ7 TT
: Loans, secured by first mortgages ........ 60,413 84
. lti,609 00
. 51,097 90
. 15,400 00
. 114,735 00)
in North Carolina. The area of gold has been profitable,
producing districts now extends over I More activity prevails
30oointie3.-' Tlie deepest and rich- county. The Gold Hill mines, dis
est of these deposits are situated a lit- covered in 1842, have been developed
lie wst ef the centre, and on a grani- to the depth of 75Q feet, with drifts or
tic axis which runs iu a northeasterly tunuels at this deptluof 900 feet in
direction across the State. -The prom i- lateral extent, pearly 4,000,000
nent cold nroducing counties are have been taken from these i mines.
j H WHEN YOU WANTJ
AT LOW T?TaTTT?T?!Q
y: "" T s oDeaat 'NO; 2, Granite viuiuoru, xuviusou, wiuuuini,
an, btanly, Montgomery Cabarrus,
Gaston, Mecklenburg and Union.
The ores embrace almost every va
riety and combination of auriferous
sulphides, galenitcs, blendes and chal-
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pyrnes, auu nee gom in mu uruw
esilTheseoccurin veins. In "drift"
TV) ' n A ATWVT T
Pjt for th3 .CdwfllThi.lW
P,aira gainst the
nurr: lo ef wt the same to tlie ! ?T "float" -quartz, -gravel' oeas anu on
the surface "dust" and "nugget" goia
iMK" Vefore the 3d day ol
of mic willbe lded
i 1jt ' leir reeiivoi-. 1 .. . .
recovery. Tliia An,! I lf
ci uoiUIIj AUl
The ores are rich free milling slates His Quiver too Fdix. William
Now the maiden is returning
From her trip across the sea,
And she wants to air her learning
In the language ol Paree.
Now, of course, it is improper,
So tbey told her over there,
To say either "pa" or "popper,"
And she greets him with "mon pere.
Then she turns toward the other.
Who can naught but stand and stare,
As she hears no longer "mother,"
'Give vou a kiss," indeed said he,
'Give you a kiss? my goodnes!
Sick Mule. An Arkansas citizen
had a sick mule. He said to his color
ed man: M
"You know Dr. don t you, Sam?M
u Yes, but I dont fink nuffin of 'im,
boss. He I used to 'scribe fo' me wen I
war sick las' week'. Sed he did't 'scribe
"That's all right. He doctors hors
es, doesnt he?"
kI believe he do, boss."
"WelL,you go down and tell him I ve
a sick mule and want him at once."
"Taint no vuse, he won't cum. Dat
puck doctor 'scribes fo' white folks an' hors-
... . . i i
es, boss, but he draws ae line at niggans
SaUsbury. 3. C
J. ALLEN BROWH, Agt.
SOMETHING NEW !
that will not break by heat, tor sale at
DIAMOND DYES All
DONT FORGET to call
all kinds at
for J5eel of
Tis strange that you should be soiree,
on the surface, but! change ihto sul- Green, now ins Auburn rnsou ,or x couia not such a thing endure;"
phides of iron and copper as depth is bignmy, in conyersation with a reiwr- j And tben wlth manner nervous
lnv. ffave the followine ri.p ndded. "For I'm very sure
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Aiiaii ovuv "
of machinery, which is idle'now. The as an excuse for leaving his Uswego
tvater is being kept; in fbrt, while the county wile: "When l marrieu uer x
owners are seleetihg a new siiperin- believed her to be alone in the world,
tendent. I We moved to Watertown, aud while
Tho Rirner mine, in" lite samt ihpre she visited Hannibal. When
she returned to me she brought with
: Suppose I
is down 175 feet. Thev have
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two working shafts, 400 feet a
w""vi - . 'V i .v: . i 7 . i ii c ...1 ii -li nfj n sp nameiv
ipart, on her six youngsters, an oi wuuin van- signi, sue "Jr r ,r
enumerate some of thethesams vein, and they are connec- ed me Mad Ut iwas more man x Aran marria. th diir
The one is cuuld stand.
The ex-Khedive of Egypt, while in
the height of his power, was visited by
the ex-Empress Eugenie. He showed
her all the sights, but there was one
nted to see, nameiy, an
he said, and forthwith directed
He Thought So. One of tbe pro
fessors at the University of Texas is;
one of the most absent-minded men
in the State. Not long since a gen
tleman, who was only slightly ac-(
attainted with him, asked him :
"f rwssor, are you marrieu i
The Professor was absorbed iij
thought for a lew moments and then
Ym. I think so. if I am not niis
taken." 7Vft Silings.
TO THE LADIES:
Call and see tue-FlowcfTot at
PEESH and GENUINE Garden Seeds 1 1 v .
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Persons buying One Dollar's worth oV
Garden Seeds or Medicines of any kind will
be "iven 10 papers of fresh garden eedv
At ENNISS' Drug & Seed Stores
wanted tor Tbe Live
of all the presidents
ot tbe U.S. The larj
esc, handsoaiest. beat
book ever u-Md tor less Uian twice our price. Tb -"-asteat
selUDK book la America. Immense prouia
lo azenta. All IatellU,-ent peoplf want It Any um
f!anDecome a succerlairnf. Terms tree. - :
UiiX-TT Oook Co. ortLuul Maine. .
i-j.' i :rvir..j
5 i 1 m.
f t- '
mines that . are being
actively ' ted at the 150 feet level.
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