f rEKMAET CURE
I': --s i ron ' ! , -
; i Ud Indigestion-
IPJ W. NVi GREGORY, 7
ii'k' ! . .-. oft iQfli
.nrTE. N ' ' uv
Bsyond tile, stars there breaks a morn
That never iears to evLfor1or-n, - y
That never nee? ita happy fire '
In darkness' chilling gloom expire,
Nor hears the uight wiud's mockiug scorn.
; '! -
jJe'er droops the lily there, once4iornf
Nor rose, nor golden tnsseled com,
Nor U there any funeral pyre,
Beyond the stars. , ,
Wlmt thoiicrh our feet bo brniaed and torn
By jugged Rtone and rending thorn,
We Khali not Wx. we aiiau not me,
But chet lull more the tonu neaire.
Hpvoiut the stars.
4 - New Orleans Tunes:
t iift'fthv certify I
-f.ulrt . v ...... i fm t I - . I' i r..l..t ii iwl nfiii-tl
LW- ,iiv uset vonr i uiuo nt ii wii.cn
nrrfreat benefit fc myself
- ; R. P -Wauiko, -mVcrNC.
CriABLOTtE, N. C.
. n r Hard it Willi rea
u rfenwr v' mii.n it to an one
NC. State Treasurer.
YOUNG LADIES' COLUMN.- dex "Pa, what do ditto nn?"
, - -i
AH contributors to fin's colnmn trill
don't know; my son, as
I can teU jon
ok irnn nart rmdArafcafld but this IS about
address their commun cations -to "Yocua ... .v " J cjibbaW and
For the Ladies Column."!.
there is ditto" pointu?gto another.
"Gosh!" said the young man, half to
himself, "she called me
The Ins and Outs.
Birds and. Beasts Fight for Place
Herald Washington Letter.
There vrus a regular pitched Iwltle
on the walks leading frpm the White
House, in which one of the partici
pants was killed. The battle was
witnessed bv a number of nersnns.
They have no eagerness j for new wrin- but for good and sufficient reason no
enorts were nuiie io prevent the mar-
Iorer to me ?
ClTFlfsrcAtlen nd TO Smith &Jh: 1
V c and T, F.TCltittz & eov-Car-fillv conilie
h nU i 49.,y l That liahtly li
linOUAH I EHi run
A1 ...... -rr.vtfESSEE
ies &! Spring Wagons.
1 Somebody's Dude.
Ti.frt n fhilf with fmir bleak walls.
TJiat blazed with a glare 1 jko midday
light y ' '
wtioi-M iwrAr n ithnflnvr nf sorrow fallfl.
Ki.imIumIv diitl stmtltnt in' one nichtr
. - .
"oincWtvVdude so voung nnti so wnue
Wi-ai iiiir ii lion hi innocent lace
Never a ign of inaiihoiMpH might,.
But his: scaifpiu showed a suspicion of
ii nre his raven cnrli.
ie on his delicate braim ,
A nrt 111 lii liii-ei8 he laiiirniilly twiiU
In ce.iseles.s inutiou ji gold headed cane;
Somebody carelully coinled hii hair;
Was it his mother, whose sight now
fades ; ' "
Was it a blushing maiden fair,
Or a barber as black as the ace of spades!
There's never a doubt lie iomcbody's pet;
Somebody's heart has enshrined him
Women are not inrentiTe;as a rule.
Tn snlvr rpvpprie ithouo-bt. the ever i Thei
present monitor of jconscience, is our , kles.
. 1 1 k 1 I f L J. ill.- . ,
wisest counselor u we dm listen lo.iis , i wW, nAf.
: 1 .1 !. :i- I i ' "J
warnmcsorcive neeui-oiuspiuiuuiUKo. ! - . . ? m.i
I do not find faultfor fault-finding I (wails apwtess mamcagopaper. len 'ggygjjtg,,,, yejrs locust9 a))eared in
l i . i. j i.-i i. cncn : nno h, ofthA airn.tnTif? nns with, an- ! .1 i i
aeiesw-atiu iuiajxiu uuuci ocu i vv - o
un worthiness and incapability, r mtist
beg pardon for .venturing a little advice
V3. -r i 1 ' . Lit : 1 . i.
cler. luileed. tne lookers-on seemed
to ay m pat ire with the murderer. The
which I hope may be as "bread cast up-
on! the waters. VVe ffiris. especially,
should seriously consider : certain per-
A man is always wanting some one
to tell him how handsome he IiMiks.
A woman will, just standi before the
J II " "
the public parks here by the thou
sands yesterday and to-div. , One of
these locusts started for the White
House door on a kind of tour of in
spection, .probably to see the changes
"1 .' i. Urs-KMAS
I Bicekmuu - , Mav bo the Uinle lias a tatner yer, -
jn iiTlH GuailO DrillS.- 0 1 a n.otl r. who waits at the head of
PS Yr l I TZ'W the Ktairs;
MtMiA I i- lAiO. May he a maiden, with cheek of rose,
rir i .i- ml Walkin" I Is widlv aw aiting this missing link,
fTiei e :
Mav bo the dude has a father yet,
'k& ih,iiii!r and Walking
OLTIVA 1 UK-s.
"pWrapli Straw Cutters,
and Boilers, f -
3 SttiS, Cartridges. Wls .md Cap
Sliovl and 5jaies, onu'o
TClaii.KOits at.d VarnisJiea
iT'im eLasuilly kopt in first Class
iief me. Z oner tmoa u
g-ifc.MOrirw bi"ucj -"-w
Ami iIu-Vh he .xtands in a beaulitill pose,
Iii the glamor and glareiof the skating
nhnntable beiners we should learn I in
tbeearly; day of M3Ced time how; to
guard our actions "soithat we may hot
fall into habits whicn cannot bear the
scrutiny of refine natures, ind which
are vulgar, degrading; and unbecoming
to our sex. ' It we desire tne esteem
and respect of the truly good and noble
we should always keep in view the gold
en rule: "Do unto others as you would
that others should do unto you; re
membering that j (
"Sweet lips whereon perpetually reigns
The summer calm of golden charity," v
can never utter words that cause hearts
burnings nor self-condemning regrets.
Lpfc its never carrv ill news for mere
malice sake, nor retail uncharitable
gossip for want of better amusement.
There are those j who are called
"thoughtless" who deliberately-elaborate
upon some harmless I fact until it as
sumes proportions 4anSerous the
peace and comfoVt of others. A writer
ndvisps all who"wuld! be wise to ''avoid
The trntch-dog grqwla ,
. .A maiden ia awed
As one more bean
Ha panties chawed ;
Old man up atair
Warm blankets fueath,
Sav, "Glad I filed
Old Tovrser'a teeth."
"Never go back," advises a writer.
"What you attempt, dp with all your
strength." This may te gotnl advice,
but it wouldn't work; satisfactorily.
When a young man, tor instance, at-
seventeen years. A sparrow assault
ed hitn. It nmiAara that the r narrow
1 T- -T
supMised he might get the wrst of it,
so he called several other sparrows.
Hi en a half dozen sparrows went for
the locust en masse, but the locust
moved away from them, though the
sparrows managed to pick one of his
win irs off and liearlv took off the otli-
er. All of a sudden one of jt lie spar
rows flew away. The other sparrows
surrounded the locust and kept him
from niovinu- verv far. In a short
O J ----
while the sparrow messenger returned,
1 ' B.
i urn J -j'- . -- -- - - - -
tempts to court a girl, he may do it; and with him one of the robins tha
with all his strenirth, but he goes
back, all the same. JHe goes back
aboui six nights a week.
The Presideut'4 Visitors.
must once more be contemplated after J y
the ordmary manner of the world, once
more with subdued f eelmgs spoken of, j
considered and settled. For the first!
time husband fand wife see each other!
as they actually are. Each brings cer-
'A VINO, bought oat' the Grocery De-
. IJSl II1ICIIL UI ml . U. AMTilBrlT. infMlfl
conducting a First Uss y ' '.. ,.
as xney actually are. Jacn or.ngs cer- l ."u"uguog a r im
tain peculiarities into the marriei state tJL GROCERY i STORE
.U-U i.1 .1L.. I J A 1
A 1 il ii 111 1
io wnicn tne otner naa to grow accas- - f , i
, 4 m i i i 1 Mr stock wHlronawtof 8UGA.R1 COFFilE. I
t )med. Tney have now to live no long-J BXCON. LARD. FISH. MolaaFLfSSfe f
11 1 l 1 i1 1 . . .. . . "! ;"
er lor xnemjiives, duu ior eacn oiner,i uuiter, vnicKcns, r.gg,c. Atao.uandtea,
j '.1 A.j. i j . : ''I Fruits. Nut. Craeken. vin I In.
ujv i aa
Come and see me at J.D.lIo
Keely a Store. v J. M. HADEX.
June 4, 1885. tma.
themdves thomrht. Self must be sac-
rificed in order thereby to gain the help
of another beloved existence. A lady
ones asked Dr. Johnson how in his
Dictionary he came to define pastern
the knee of .jL horse; he immediately
answered, "Ignorance, madam, pure ig-r
rnii' i i '
uurujice. u.vs is iue smipie eApiaua- i ut xuuvs wjjjjxa,iJ Wf
finn nf mitiv an neeidpnf fhnf. fnVpfl I Will rnntiiinp thn htiainoa t thm OU
place at the commencement of the ma-;i nd' ,mvjB7 c; J1 W J
trimonial journey. The young couple!
. ALL ENTIRELY! : ' , i!
nut , FwAc Kl MS
More Colored Biblical Astronomy.
But there comes a man full of honeyed
guile,4 ! 4
And fastens the cruel skates to his feet;
Then stjinds aside with a cvulnil smile,
And waits for his head and his heels to
meet. ! . .. I
. ' . ' .
Kiss him oice forbis giandmothei'ssake;
'ItUilonhtfu it ever she kisses nun more;
The skatesifiom his feet so tenderly take,
Sweep out the tteUiis and close the iiitnr.
or erusli" these thousrhtless" ones.
Rut. above all thinss, we should
make such pretty music on the Whit"
House lawns these spring mornings.
The robin stabbed the locust once,
and all was over. The sparrows then
divided him up and took the remains
away in pieces. That particular lo
cust will hardly appear again in sev
enteen years. There are enough lo
custs in the Smithsonian, agricultural
and botanical tr rounds to stinity the
1.1 1 . lLaL L n a nvtiii nr pise lor taking
1 w?LiKZ XZii 5 book out. he-
AT THE HEAD!
N. Y. Herald
8on after she iwssed out a middle
fio-inl colnrefl man. who tarried an im
XJ lit, auuic uu iuuigo, iw i 0 , ,
i,v0uv,Q v.oVif rf iwollino- nn 1 meii:e num. or chart, under his arm.
the shortcominsrs and faults of those paid his repects to the President. He
i -P Tl I ! - C ! I i Vt ..I .....1
with whom we live, sit eueeis our cur- eave ins name as o. s a. uijici, .nm
dialitv and manners; insensibly lessens bis prest nt resilience Elizabeth, N. J.,
our conhdence, and mterteres witn me where he w the pastor ot tne outiou
ease -and freedom ot our intercourse Colored Baptist Church. Mr. My let's
wibh them. It is said of the virturous s,)ecialiy is biblical astronomy, which
woman, whose price is above rubies, i wawi tu demonstrate with his
that the law of! kindne3 is in her tongue. riiart i,llt ti,e President wasso press-
Rnt to be in our tonsue3 it must first
l.n tii litilnti tit 1Tr. Me-
be in our hearts, and the habit of dwell- . , jomon-tration. I Mr. Mvier ex-
incr on the lmpertectipns ot our tnenas ,...la how-
7 . m- j . 'L C I IJIalUCli v" wiiwiimvi"! . --- - - o
and associates will soon drive it from P y contended and believed with the leading business men of the
us. rejection is not nf u t . planet, moving in its Northwest. He said today: "The Pre-
lite, out tne nearer we apuxuocu , ..c ; other nlanets. He said
mirohmi vfnT.fvm irom me '"" . i . r ;
It:-, ii .wt..u.uT,0 V .3 I that he had biblical rtnd scientific an-
l a is.oune ii. it luitis, iu mi; nnnfe ana coou. ' - . .. . .. - i . . . .
M......l o.. .i r nrrrirp i boritv for bis beltet t ihaijie nua e-
tieparinieiii. i iiy j.mnnri i ? j - i
r , , i. . L -nmnsirated it to the professors of
t tit i 1 1 i c -4 1 lop ii . ill iuutn t 1 1 1 1 n ) iir i k mm f aw i
v.... ..... .-.e... r ; n.llor. kv-II t,. a 1 the
V . . ... .... I , I otmnlifin I net 1 1 II I inns
der and the exc till!? incidents ot the ,uu.r,.uHC.w,u..u T -
Cjrushed to Death
1 Horrible : Occurrence in Thiers,
r i iVancc.
world when theyare needed to ap
pear again in seventeen year.-).-
Business Men Like Him.
President Cleveland's Methods Satisfac
tory to People of Both Parties.
Judge Lambert Tree, of Chicago, is
in Washington. The Judge is one of
the mo3t prominent men in Chicago,
and through his large property inter
ests there is brought into close relation
. . a Ail
tier aim me eAcuing niuurmB m ic y . z . T r .
trial have! engrossed the attention of Neatness can never detract but will in New York. Jerry, one ot the col
ored messengers at the White House,
. - - m i a, ; a 1
told Mr. Myler that jbe Had always
in; ' i i . . .
rnn . i inTtT.BtTWTvn
"ltisjhe atknowlerlged Leader
cibnluv tin hist dsiv nil nlnrmrn a'AA f r wrrtmari,s lovflv CTaceS.
the trial, the court house was crowiled perhap3 some good mother is the author
w ith men and women, anxious to wit- q the foiling wholesome advice:
ness the closing scene. W lien the peo- eiri's everv dav Wlet is a part of
? c Vte!"?' r" J her character. The maiden who is
Hie atiP'MrillUeilt Ul wuu, -niiu "cc .... j. x U I - tf
. i . i .. ............... i ... i i c nviin v iii i iir i i - aivw : w i n.
lammea upon llie sioue Mun way iriiu- o -i .
! . . ... i - L...uj eVio rnatr lnnV in I Mr. Mvler exnlatned that his theo-
02 to the street, me- louy stairway irusLeu, uucci iu, , rf -- .,
. r? mi .i Iii xt nhvc Komblo rv contradicteil the Jaspertan theory
tell, i ne sceue inai ioinmiu woo ujj- tne evening. xu ma.ncj. - .i tl-
x c f. . . ,i vcrv considerably, the particular por- ,
a",,,g: ts7, "vrr! .r .. rr ; yh"rn,y inere areeu . .r ,i, f whw. w. explain.
ry ps .....,,,. . ,t should contain: onurronasnsrauu, , .I.Mirvwhicli I call the Bib i-
8trUggm.g people below gnn.l.ng nail and tooth jf '.JJ1";, Ura," x-
tbrougl, tbe-r 8es Lons .ml brnsll'e, Vse are just as eential as Xi,d Mr. Myler,! "will be 'recog-
h S ? lll the slnir: yo.r breakfast, beforwhich you should Btad ,ou,e ,io.e by i the entire reH
"uinu,V . , i i.. oa fbptn Parents who er ous and sctentitio world. He said
rlrd'.. -i fi;. ndrPTi with snch he had called to ask the President s
in lieiPiess in ioe i iim wuuavvi i"-i iaii w uwuuv i . . , i.:a
"e " . . . 1 I -r . t , i . I normicainn tn ldncfi Ilia lUCture Oil 1118
appliances, not onlrpma mistake - -f r , r
but commit a sin ot omission l,ook , . . , hurried that
tidy in the morning, and after the dm- jjj not uave tim jerTV advised
ner work is over, improve your toilet. ,(n to again. Jerry said he was
sident is giving great satisfaction to the
business people Of-Chicago and the
Northwest. His conservative course
was one which alone could have given
this feeling of confidence." He thought
the President was just right in going
ahead as slowly as he had in making
. X W ' ml t r 111
have not yet . learned the dangerous
places of the road, and, as a consequence,
they drive carelessly over them. The
Quiver for June. j
Trying to Please. f
Nothing contributas more certainly
to the animal spirits than benevolence!
Servants and common people are always
about you; make moderate attempts:
to please everybody and the effort wilt
insensibly lead you to a more happy
state of mind. Pleasure is very reflect
tive, and if you give it you will feel iti
The pleasure you give by kindness of
manner returns fo vou, and often with
compound interest. The receipt forJ
cheerfulness is not to have one motive
only in the day for living, but a num
ber of little motives; a man who from
the time he rises till bedtime conducts
himself like a gentleman, who throws
some little condescension into his man-ii
ner to inferiors, and who is always con
triving to soften the distance between
himself and the poor and ignorant, is
always improving his animal spirits,
and adding to his happiness. Sydney
Hia n resent stock is Enttrelv New. and will
Ihj offered on reasonable terms for Cash,
Barter, or first-class lortgagea. '
Those wlrb could not pay all their tnort-;
gages last year may renew, it papers are
satisfactory and appliance is made at once.
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF j
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots '
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Con-
feetioneris, Crockery, Drugs. Baron, Lard,
Corn, Flour. Feed . and Provisions of all
kinds, with n full line of
High Grade Fertilizers,
as cheap as the cheapest. You will do .
well to see him before purchasing else
Salisbury, April 1st, 1885. 25:tf j
Notice to Settle:
All persons indebted to the estate of Mrs.
Julia L. Smyth, deceased, arc requested to
make immediate settlement : and nil per-;
sons having rlaiu.s against her estate are
notified that they must present them to the
undersigned on or before the 22ud of April,
1886, or this notice will be plead ia bar of
Ex'rs of Julia Smyth
April 21sU1885.-Cw - I
; r ..
i- Jr. ' E
Cultivate a smairquantity of land
and cultivate it well, rai.se your uwp.
supplies nntl keep out of debt. This
is the truest secret ot successful lariu-
Yaflkia Mineral Sprincs Academy,
PALMERSVILLE,(Stani7CO.) w.c. :
CH. MARTIN. PmiucirJiL.
1 Graduate of Wake Forest College, aal also at
j . toe University of Vlrytnta,
W i rmoK. 5 to Ii 5 Der session of montns,
i Tbe only school lo ibis section tbat teaches
: tne University ot V. methods. VlRorocs M
tenslve, thoroajrh. The ckeapeat school tu the
v. s. wnsre i teB worwreuuneu mcuivua
tiujUt. Good uoatl only t per month.
Mr. Hendricks, in an interview in
Chicago vestertlav, said he looked up
on the Vice-Presidency as a position
r.hani?e. He wanted at first to be sure
J i a.
been a believer in Brotlier Jaspers fuf v, waa rHo-bt ' He thought the
theory that the sun (jo move. prggiaent was building for the far fu- of dignified laziness. Chicago Times
"You should say said Mr. Myler,' . , , nfinn.n in nower
iUr tiA aim ilnM mnve UOt uO 1 ti...:.
Trri rr the court room, atul there was a
rush for the now wrecked exit. Those
who were in front were unable to
-e t i,r Business or Party Cards,
vl uie vemw . AUC J Circulars or Posters,
trouble with tbe Democratic party in l Tetter or Note Heads,
the past had been in securing the con- - Bill Heads,
fidence of the commercial class of the Monthly statements,
country. It had been charged with Books or Pamphlets,
. . . .1 i i T.aboU Tn.ora. fee...
being extreme upon many tmngs wmcn o-t printed at this
were dangerous to business interests. , nt lo -tes as ei3ewhere.
It had been called the party of wild Business men of Salisbury are invited
I - . 1 111. I 11 I J I r
i free trade. Kank monev Heresies naa
been charged to it.
The Southern wing of the party had
been charged with a desire to gain con
trol of the government to again destroy
it. Now that the party was in power
DUSlUesS 1UCU Ul uauowmj v. ... .
to call through the P. 0. before giving p x prm a T c iOJO nrnjJ
their orders to agents or sending them bArllAii CL AOOJilO,
vvMtlietiind tbo nresstire from behind
"V , i , i ? ner woris is over, improve vuui wicv. , ,n to i again. Jerry saia ne ws . - , ,
and were hurled down mpon t he n en q your daily life to 'dress Horrv to ieaA,iy one cleny Brother j the business people saw that the ad
nnd women who were crushed iu the Mlllte 11 dl.c J ; J , - , . a.m i.A ministration was coini: ahead m an
fall of the staircase, and whom the
bi tihat cannot biTdisputed.
fa t ' . . -
Ivavi l?mtiT TT people in the street were already stri
! iNUAL Mli AL 11. , MOrno WliPn at leimlhi the
MaKe it aruieoi your'uuiy mc iu sorry io near any uue iicn w""' i . . - -
up for the afternoon: Your dress may, Jasper' theory even in part, for he j ministration was goin
ving to rescue. When, at lengin, tne
nanio had exhausted itself and; the
j. The Most BeautffdBYood WorkTl immense stone steps of the fallen stair-
ih Iii Tvi$nATEn case had been removed, twenty per
WRRAITED na -..ViT fmm fbrunisilead.
To bo made of the best material. The injured numbered not less than
irt.jj " w. i.w.. sixtv, ami -many oi mese -wm
. t"' complete in every respect. ,L , . .. -
int W.K..u : ,l siv- t their tniurie.
Mre... A later dispatch from Thiers Rays
fTJOSEtVINQ MACniNE CO., that iu addition to twenty jiereons
-RichmoniUAw kiile,! in the court Jiottse -iira4r yem-
ENDL1LMAN i . " V. A. 1 1 ..uu Ii fiinl rl iifrmiK-wel't
Ifl tlil V , U I IJ WIIV iriimiivji
injuretl. Many t the lnjureti wue
women aml their wounds are of a se
rious character. When the massive
stone 5taireae fell the scene was fear
ful to witness. The immense- stone
steps above with the people upon them
were preejtated upon the dead ami
dying below, milling to Use horrors ol
the awful spectacle.
A still laterr dispatch frni Thiers
makes the couit house calamity Jiere
1.. fill til..1a liv-wt mils in lis
consequences than earlier tlispaiclcs
indicated. The dead already mini her
twpntv-fuifr. Thetotal number oi
liil II full l4 HflW nhiL-etl at 163. Of these
or- vprtf Kneionlv iniured and
4fVF tasX.aa. - - j --
even more conservative fashion than
or need not be, anything better tnan wM wrawnronw .- -a-.
calico- but with a ribbon or flower, or "If t- ? moye sa"J .f fr'
cancor dui wnu a x j ' ry W y did Joshua command it to
some bit of ornament, you can have an l J ?
air of self-respect ahd satisfaction that No one was able to explain the
riablv inmps with beiner dressed. I
A girl with sensibilities cannot help Jerry also said that even if Broth
feeling embarrassediirl awkward ill a er Jasper was riot correct on the "sun
. . n -ii 1 l.? A .....," KiiHiiKMia ! it fwiiilil lint lit
ragged, amy are", wita r "-;7j ,TV;i ir. I ,u hr believed -hen the last
kempt,if arranger-ne.gnDor8nm.a r ;Lin l worl.1. 1 " reached there
come in. Moreover,; your 8-t , - . 116 ,,,,,,1,, 9ixty. u naanimity of senti
should demand decent apparehng for ",':. iii' ! B revi.iu r0"" t,..u,:..,-. Ya Tw.
menx oeiweeu itcuy.oiij
crats in favor of his re election.
its best friends could have expected, thoroughly
The Judre said:
"T oomo fn fbis ritv in comnanv with
X l I w ' --J X
one of the leading bankera of Chicago.
He is a R-nublican. He said to me on
the train that Cleveland's administra
tion wa3 giving such satisfaction to the
MISS M. 0. TAFFE
the Old Photocraph
Galleiv. She has learned Uress aiaKing
aud the most accurate system ot cutun
J. BHOD&S BEOWVK,
your body. You should make it Ldby tirtv-niiie. j Another col-
point to look as well as yon can, even ore .Japenan believer who stooii
if you know no ooay win see you out war ny ami usimw iuiuc misvmwivi.
WHEN YOU WANTJ
R fl R F
AT LO W FIGURES
til 'ill D.A. ATWELL.
t for tli a n.iiri i i '.
I:- - r
some of them will die.
Suffering for FooD.-Lynehburg,
AT. - .lima l.--ifTriat distress for
food threatens the people ot tne oor-
It was about his I forty-third visit.
He sat near her on a hig box in the cor-
saiil Brother JaaHMi culd have even
beaten this record if life had' tried ve
ry hard; that the day he made this
wonderful rec rd Ii0 was feeling very
unwell, and did notwork as hard as he
could. He said that tip to the time
Advice to Yoiinar Married People.
m, - v o I evil iu, . iic o" T
ner. They were all alone. Now was 1 that Jasper hail uiacle tjiis wonderful
1 l- l. i- t.. UnJ tAainnmail I .....l.'.. ,a n a a! Il.lltt Jiff. .Tllllll
ma r i tt i I 1 1 "t v 1 1 . i. ii iitr iiiui ucici uiuicu i iiri ii.i iiiuiilc mm mm-, - ,
tsvmty tim23 to soyibut failed. His Brooks, of this city, now dead, liad
J . . . . . I l 1 . . I ..f .. itnmh.ili. i.ta
1 iV Jill; y ulu;j ,,lJ i u " " .u.w. j - , I . . ..
heart waa right up in his throat, chok- 'he W recr.l of ay Preacher . th
.r. . . . r.;...! i.nviiiu b:nitiaetl on a cold dav
ing him hke a cold potato, e-sweat ie Uttrly milint
stood m beads on his face. But you .-. tl' hv from a fellow minW
lich had been
interest in the
4ala-f-Cou.uiea in mm hwest Virginia.
feWJlSpport, I. .Wort exhausteJ and is
KlSi'Siredfl"?',!. fi t S2 ner" bushel, andthe
piiiiytthebU3inftRL w.M!rthnn. "i- li it will nflord but little
5WS u,.:iv rmm drought and scourge
r.Wjw fico.. Portland, ilatos. lB r
stood in oeaas on u ux. . ..yuu . -5 tWel ff)
V 1 X ' . J -X WmVVW lAf AMI I JL..
wno nave ineu it uuw m wu tef jjj amj a jj,bie
yon who have not vpuld not know if pUt ln a8 a wager.
to tell vou. ! Pinallv he said: I r Mvler took h
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T?.. - T " Qlia rlirl nrtf caam I Lllnr .itf nf 1 11 IS UlSCUSSlOU. Xle
-l Anron Knrrv1risrd. Tiirninc ft I ciirl h wna exceed in el V UnxioilS to
SMUCt vt f- f o I w: '
. . I . . . Ml I 1 A '1 . I I. I. . .
smiling face to himjshe said: "Ditto, see Miss uieveiana ioj maun ny ur
. A i.: u- ; I hpr lptter on temnerance, aud, if pos-
I I 113 was LOU IUUCU li Uiui maw is, iii I . i ( .- -.- . .
TfaJkin- out of Ms sight He left her, PU le,,ler to
was.ituitui0 uui ui "a "c v w I k MinrM.l nonnle nn the tern oe ranee
rtalUgno. s.gny. n m e wired people on the temperance
without knowing its meanmg.buthe tioI1 il,.r Myler saul lie had
1-1 1. Vsa T1 MMrv alt L J
aw bou iwigc vuo juuiu.. made manv ftouresses pu temperance
his ears as he rode hcjme. "Ditto, ditto. at dd times when not engaged iu
Whatf do it mean, anyhow?" j He de- working ont his Biblical tun-moving
"Drive eentlv over the stones fThis
piece of advice, which is frequently
given to inexperienced wnips, may be
resnectfullv suggested to the newly
it-- , y ,
married. There are stony places on me
road to happiness which if not careful
lv driven over, may upset the domestic
coach. Thernr3t rock anead wnicn
should be marked dangerous" is the
first vear of married life. Here, espe
cially, it i3 the first step that C03ts; as
arule, the first year eitner mars or
makes a marriage. During this period
errors may be committed which will
cast a shadow over every year tnai
On awakening suddenly from sleep
we feel nut out and rather cross. May
Will be pleased to reeeive calls from the
ladies of -Salisbury. !
Mar. h 5, lS8o. iy .
Ga to Mr?. James M. Furcron's to jret
Gent h men and Luulea' ciouunjc maur.
Sniisfai-tion gunranteeil. win aiso Keep
lK):irlii' house. Kesidence southeast end
of Innia Street. m 1
Salisbury, N. C Juie 5id lo. :p.u
J. M. HADEN, !
Real Estate Apt
Office in J. D. McNesly's Storey
l JWM. C CO ART,
f "1 Secreiarx
Twenty-abxtb Aasoal Statement
JAKTART 1, 18SJ.
Casu capital ... 4o,aoa to
Uaadjusted Losses . ...... I4.9W w
Reserve for Ke-lasuraface and all otlier t 1C2 M
Ciab IttSanoaalBanX Jf4Mt
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Coital States Registered Bosda.. ........ KMot
sute and Municipal Bonds.. .............. S2.WTW
National Bank Stocks MttOO W
Cotton Manatactorfni' atocts ............ tl4,t
Other Local Stocks... i T0
Real Estate foDlnctunoered ttxj prepeity) fTittT IT
Loons, secured tor first mortgages., Wtt
Total Asaets, $7414JS0 52
J. ALL1S BS0W2f, Ajt.
SaUsturr, JJ. CM Marcn is, i5. tm
HAS FOR SALE ihe following real estate
on terms to suit pqren isers : .
N 1 Ei'dit 1 uiildi g lots, four of them
fronting on Main r. These lots are near
3 1. s. wrr ! i
No 2-Has ei-lit building lots and four
small firms. This; property is situated on
the Brings ferry road mile from ear shops
o t,. amnll furms. containioz each
from 10 to 12 aerei. situated on theBriCKlo
ferrv road. It miiea irom o"."
No 4 - Has seven building lots, tw on
Main'street and fije on Clmrch street, situ-
ated on same squape .
Vo 5--Has eleven small lots, situated on
T o'street near Oas house, Woolen 3ills,
freWM and'passenSer depots. This proper.
tv is valuaole ior eiiciucuw w 5
o 6 Has eiglit smalt farms, contain
SOMETHINGr HiiWl -
that will not bwdty beat, Ml at.
DIAMOND DYES All colors ivott
WiTh at ;
DOXT FORGET to call for Seed of
all kind, at r C lSS',
TO TB E I AOTES l
Gall and tee tbe Flower PoU a
All ptFWm hin cli!aist h
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r v w .
iL: fo' naV bii twrpn wVion b en1:ir HVstem. He
got home. He fouid them in the gar- Cleveland to-day
did not see Miss
! a r v w .
. f tiWl to nresent tft same w i iit
f.,ur to x cr, Ju. T --- r M.,;18 ; :
iO. 7 ;rtS uf . -I tliMV-MonirMT. - 1 ' M : "
. rnnrmnin" j v . . - t. . n m MAiuuMt. aiuu " r i
not the young husband and wit ex- - bthcr Valuablo farms, containing m , . - ; i fr ? S-
"pience LlhTgs not enti gh."
whenthey awake toreal.ty from the et.i3tb'PJ' aiIIiI.i!lit : - fc;
dreams of cDarUhip and the fasc.na-1 , tmr. I J. 5!- HADE.. ,;a, boiutif, j lb. , l-
Uon of the honeymoon? Everything . . Jum 4, 1583. j , . ;. j i'-. ,1,.- I 'Y'M?M
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