SALISBURY. N. C.,.JWx0, 1385.
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D PEKMiVNEKT CUHE
? ! FOR, . ; ,
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.'tf-rX- fa vour Dyspeptic
For the Watchman.
Charlotte, N. C.
An Evening: Walk.
BT ASAPH. .
Along the shore
Of this bright sparkling stream
Hate I wondered in dajs of yore,
As on it gilded through its flowery banks
With a dear friend ; -Conrerainir
bv niv side,
When I thought my bliss would never endj
Twaa a glorious lommeri day at even
terfay, ...ey wi.. .rect . .arge ..oW , and iU "UbWl;
warehouse al Newport and engage . eJf .. .iik1
half-sisters; she has iri daily-nse the
precious china'and the old cnajratnat
her envious city nieces try vainjy to ri
val at auctionrooms.' She manages the
7lr to lUe alueof your
Wclinu. iudigeat-oii and
Twa8 here we stood,
j Neath these elms, oaks and beech,
While soft zephyrs cooled their deep dark
I J -. simile: V -
And this one great lesson nature seemed fan(j
-j-That 0od is lore!
And we did both rejoice,
As on together we did rove ;
extensively in the production of to
bacco. They are about tout in op
eration in connection with their tim
ber mills a planer of the latest and
most i m proved patera,- and a large
steam dry-house, x x
The, board of directors of ; the com
pany all reside in Glasgow,. Scotland,
and are now there, with one exeep-
iiinn Oft who have immediate
VU , - - -r- - -
charge of the works, Mr. A. A. Ar
thur is general manager, Mr. Wm.
FergHson financial manager and Mr.
C. K. McAdara superintendent of
stores. They nave arapie capital,
mean, to develop a very large
ue oi your aii uuugs ri'a v-
D: A. JENKINS,
y; C. State Treasurer.
pyilUIia - rr
' , tt McAden and T-C Smith &
J T P If l.ittl Jfe f o.
C Rnu a.; ;
T was heaven then
- With both ofus, ou earth
Vnr iliil w enw wittnaii oriuiau. -
However great; their famewealth or so
ciab worth I ; . t
Why should we care .
For such trifling things I -xr
fur ura hv ii thTi feared.
1 SSOT nu m- "' y . . .
. . . . .l .k nnlfl hMni tta n nia
f fARM AMAGOHS.
rnes'& Spring Wagons.
and Guano DnUs.
11 AY RAKES.
HTiatUicJing and Walking -
U TII0MAS' IIAHUOWS
'leriaph Straw Cutters,
Avcrand Dixie PLOWS,
iW AND GRIST MILLS,
n,l Koilvi Fiftinss-Gons,
J iwaa ' KhnVOlS ilUU iOUAUV
(4ire Pnints, Oilawl Varniit
r;rth ilse usually SKopt in First Class
KSfcrt KovT&offer them tor the next
l0?.1 iJ m ,v tuan tbey nave ever
A sweet episode
Was that hour in our lives :
And wliat a bliss it did afford !
Oh yes ! and in my memory irstill lives
But alHs! tor me, m
Tle landscape still is here :
And still the trees and leaves, I see'
. Women and men.
21 TFseW JftiXe the Borne. ?
T. W. HhjgiHSon in llarper'slBazan
There took 'place lately near my
house two of those instantaneous
deaths which are commonly called trag
ic, but which seem to me the most en
viable mode of passing away from earth.
Two maiden! ladies had for many years
led their blameless lives together in a
modest cottage quaintly situated in the
sham ansrle of two streets, and made
picturesque j in summer by the flowers
and vines that were devoutly tended by
its occupants, They had long eked out
their modest income by taking a few
boarders, and had by simple kindliness
And flowiug stream but Atlean is no made their house as genuine a home to
where near. -
Theyjsay she's dead, !
And will sleep forever
In her cold, deep and narrow bed,
Aud here again L will see her never !
Oh, what a thought; I
And how it hath tortured met
Nought else to me hath, ever brought
Such poignant grief aud heart-crushing
agony. j ,
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But can it be j
Thafc this stream will ever flow,
And everv shrub, flower and tree,
Will with our names thereoujlive forever other sister, and was almost as sudden-
book club and the church wchie; she
is the confidante of all the ipve mcurs;
she calls upon the newmers, if worthy.
i'ndpd. the new-comers, if wortht,
bring letters to her. To the older in
habitants of the town she always jteems
young, and even, elegant; she has a 'pro
longed tradition of precedence that out
lays youth and beauty; if ahe has
ter, they arespoKen oiw wm w
their days as "ib(i Parker : girls All
this is the joint' result of womanhood
and home, or of that womanhood which
creates home. It is not only Potent for
ifsftlf. hnt it extends its poteiisroYer
allther homes. What, compared ta
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this, is the social posittonvea dj
wealth to the Iohelv old bachelor of the
country village ? Though he be a mil
linn aire, he is simnlv "the bid batch."
The truth is that as people grow old
r if. ia tViA man who becomes dependent.
and the woman the central and essenti
al figure of the household, since she
can do without him, and he can not do
without her. The proof of this lies in
fV. fact that we see all around us self-
sufficing and contented households of
women, while a house that contains
men onlv is a barrack, hot a home. In
youth it is easy to ignore this, to say
with Shakspeare in nenry v .,
MTis ever common
That men are merriest when away from
but the merriment is shallow, the laugh
is forced, and years and illness and sor
row soon bring man back, a repentant
lo ilia xiuiue iiuu w nwiuu,
Death of an Able and Useful Man.
All students of Davidson College
during the war period and of Wash
ington and Lee University since 1860,
as well as thousands of other persons
who have listened to his sermons and
addresses, feel sad at the news which
comes from Lexington, Va., that Rev.
KDr. John L. Kirkpatrick is dead. One
of the really great men of the Presby
terian Church in the bouth, a distin
guished theologian and pulpit orator
as well as teacher of youth, the friend
and , coadjutor of Robert E. Lee, Dr.
Kirkpatnck was known throughout
the Southern States and to Presbyte
rian and educational circles through
out the Union, lie was a man ot most
noble and lovable character Devoted
to the South, he was not a political
preacher. He was a great scholar, but
not a pedant. Always and everywhere.
a. lover of hia .fellow, a genius, great-minded-high-hearted,
most earnest, loy
al Christian gentleman, he dies at the
post of duty where his mighty leader
fell, full of years and honors, and car
rying with him to Beyond the praises
and veneration of many thousands.
ODDS ANP ENES,
Dreams, indeed, arambltlou j for
the very subsUnceVO? ambition is
merely the shadow &:t3rero. And
I hold ambition is of so airy and light
a quality, that it i? but a shadow's
shadow. t sy :
A VINO bought out the Grocery -WT
partment of J. D. McNtcly, I intend ' c.!:
GROCERY STORE; ,
My stock wilt consist of StJOATCfil'FEjC ' -'"
BACON, LARD, FISH, Uotaases, IOVi it
Butter, Chickens, Eggs, Ac Also, Candid .
JTruits, Kuts, Crackers. Ac in fact, I lu
The death of e-United SUtes Min
ister Phelps, atlitma Penij was due
to fever contracted! while 00 a pleas
ure triu ta Orciva. ."The - government
is making arrangements for the fu- i tend Keeping everything nsualty kept iv
Herat - ; iu vn.cijf iuu nuYioa untj uu 1
I--'.- j close attention to business and selling To
The experience of'Mr. J. P. Den J &r,cK 'J.hP to merl at ,eatt
. . . iV 4 - ?t j of thetrsde. Come and set me at JJD.IU
mug in me Bvui iii iasi nas hiu eely's Store. - J. M. HABE&
uini wun cnusternaiiqn. i - xze lives
about a mile-from town, but since the
night we speak "of he has been think-
i:ig 01 moving, ine winu soarea
away with the chimney to hij dwell
ing, and when John opened the door
to see what was tho' matt en; he saw
his cart, attended by a string of plow?,
come a weeping across the yard ana
perch on the fence. Ihen John shut
the door to dodze. That's the reason
manv other persons as to themselves
As years grew upon them this, care was
laid ffeide, and they dwelt quietly to-
. Artrr tnat xrrrar- Ana Ct t'.VlATTI
was taken to drive bv a young girl, a Pfl'i0
relative. She took with her a pet dog. the only home-maker.
In some way the dog almost tell out.
The old lady leaned forward suddenly
to save him. The motion brought on
palpitation of the heart, and she died
without aistrutrele. The news was
swiftly carried to her home, where the
shock produced a simitar eneci upon me
And do our names
Have more longevity
Thau do pur poor mortal frames t
There must our spirits live eternally.
ly fatal. In each case it scarcely seem-
ea liKe aeam, dui iiKe wie suuucuug .
some exquisitely delicate cord.
. 44 Wesc-arce could say, She died;
So sweetly anchored on the other side."
In thinking on this sudden extinc
tion of a household, mv thoughts have
often turned back upon the fact of that
Bureau of Ethnology.
Interesting Discoveries in the More or
Less Ancient Mounds of the West.
June 4, 1835a
ALL ENTIRELY. ;
New & Fresh!
" J. S.Mc00BBmS,Sr;-.-
Will continue the business at the O'M
1 His present stocks Entirely Kew, and wi 3
to move. Goldsboro fferefl n reasonable terms for Casl..
Jericho and the Jordan.
This ancient town s celebrated for
the great number of palm trees grow
ing near it, and on that account is call-
CU A I1C Vll-V Ui. X UU19. A lie wnu 10 a
square tower, surrounded by Arab huts
and tents, it is omy a snort distance
i 11 t j : i.r :l
irom me o umuii. a river uuLiug iu iiac - . j 1 "..: i .u k :., j.
t 1 1 a i. t u T4. ful.and whose wile will she be in de
m Lake Philala, in Anti Libanus. It . 9
runs underground for fifteen miles,then
breaks out at reneum ; passes through
Samachomite Lake. Two miles alter
An old darkey was preaching some
time since and he saw one in his con
gregation asleep, so he began : "You
remember when Paul was preeching
inde temple a damsel was "slep iu ! fectioneri8 .Crockery, Drugs, Bacon. Lanl.
do iouin siory, ami sue ieu uown torn, 1'lour, Feed and Provisions of
smashingall losmasliers,and of defrag
ments they picked up twelve baskets-
Barter, or first-class Mortices.
Those who could not pay all theif mot
gages last year may renew, if papers
satisfactory and appliance is made at on v,
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF-
Dry Goods, Groceries. Boots
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, Con-
leaving the lake is a stone bridge of
three arches, called "Jacobs image,
supposed to have been built before the
days of Jacob. After separating Gali
lee from Tracontis, it passes through
The steamship Puno arrived at fii
raa, Peru, Thursday, with 63 survi
vors from the wreck of the Italia, lost
near St. Lomas. last Friday. There
are 70 persons missing and as far as
known only eight passengers were
Theii ever run
Uli stream, and onward flow !
Emblem jot life, when we are done .
iuiito this country. j B .-.-,. with tiuie that we slrall live forever more. limiaprinMlitself : how comolete it was,
fciwr,- W. omiinutHu. if this be so, . . how contented. how serene, and how
' 1 rrt w i ..11 v 1 . .
" fc.r. thoroughly femme. After all, let men
And there with frieuds we will each other
greet. - - -
AM OTff money iaau v.V 0 ZZ. ' Z k
!Sm BoVrco,; inland, Maine.
UNDS AT THE HEAD !
; I -; TIE' LIOHT-iuNNIKO
There, songs of praise
We'll sine louder than the spheres,
And iu far more sweet and touching lay,
That will flow ever on With the eternal
years, j I
And there we!ll grow
Iu each grace aud atribute,
Forever aud --forever move,
Up to the likeness of the Great Iufiuite.
boast as much as they please, and wo
men complain as much, there is one
immense advantage in tne position ui
women thai they can create a home
for themselves unaided, as men cannot.
How independent seems the life of a
vouner unmarried man compared to
that of a vouner woman! How the sis-
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A Washington telegram announces
that the coming fiscal year's work for
the Bureau ot Ethnology has been
mapped out by Major Powell. Dr.
Cyrus Thomas, in charge of the divi
sion of mound exploration, will take
the field with two or three assistants,
going first to Wisconsin to examine
and study the effigy mounds of that
locality, and later in the season to
Mississippi and Tennessee, where con
siderable work has been accomplished.
This division has been in operation
about three years, under the charge of
Dr. Thomas, and has secured about
fifteen thousand specimens of the
handiwork of the mound-builders, the
study of which, together with the
ciiri'AV nt the mounds themselves and
Will W J -r- m-
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t 1 m-i xu fiT saveu. Willie wny uiic wiic ui tisii
Lake Tiberias ; then, after a caurse or v .J ,
65 miles, part of the way through a was lost. The disaster was due to
vast, horrid desert, receiving the Carith wrong orders given by the third offi-
on the bank of which Elijah was fed cer, who has since committed suicide.
by ravens and many other tributary A Turin :ewelcr has. raa(ie a tiny
streams, it empties into the Dead a. forihedJ0f a single pearl, which
IS! shape it assumes in Lei fand cavity.
ruus wiue auu umc ice. uOT, uu t . . . . Ia aiwl,l0fl
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kinds, with a full line of
High Grade Fertilizers, -
as cheap as the cheapest. You will .
well to see him before purchasing eHc
Salisbury, April 1st, 1 8S5.-2G:tf
Notice to Settle:
All persons indebted to the estate of 5T
Julia L. Smyth, deceased, are requested f
make immediate settlement; and all ptr
sons having claims against her estate art-
notified that they must present them to th
undersigned on or before the 22nd of Apri$.
1836, or this notice will be plead in bar t
their recovery. 5
Ex'rs of Julia Smyth.
April 21st, 1885. 6w
cept in freshets runs two yard below
the brink of its channel. It waters are
turbid, but very wholesome. Fireside
Mrs. C. M. Rowell, who has just ar-
with diamonds, aud the binnacle light
of its prow is a perfect ruby. An
emerald serves as its rudder, and its
stand is a slab of ivory. It weighs
fpss than 1 half an ounce : its price is
vJtit is the acknowledged Leader
ct that cannot be disputed.
Uai IMITATE IT.
oman! now tne sis- 'nnntnom ii raduallv lead-
yerthe ridw riddle, which a tow years since seem
if flnpv arft left alone in the world, ed msolvable. . .
r- . a,. i.:.n,;. ,a Ai,0 ,cnn fn phvt While some 01 ine mumus arc
The Scottish uaroiliiftximoer aim - " -T: LIC iT. " na LlnKtUc vorv nnoient. others, similar
rna sisTir- iiHJ-.utMUi ss & i sw - w
some one in Hyperion, "Its a splendid in character and equally interesting,
u-i,o0 o frtWoVklir. flaf linnpr. and' hnvp hppn built un since the ad vent ot
. . " . . 1 uirJimXuuVt u wavmv. y 1 i i - ....
ft most miserable sunner. A single Kiironeans. A string 01 sieign-ueus,
This comuanv with headquarters man mav have an estate, a principality; nnicii corroded, but-still capable of
at NeWport; Tenn., but -whose lands he can own a great hotel and till it I tinkling, was found! among the flint
are in Madison and Haywood coun- with guests: but he cannot create a nd bone implements in a mound
1 . 1 . . 1 rr li -ii i. i- v,j him I . .
ties, is thus reierreo 10 uy me xvnox 1 nome wiinouu a wumaa w uap jn Tennessee, wiine in auissismp-
rived in a New York village from Cal- $5,000. Now, if you want something
ifornia, relates some thrilling experi- really sensible and useful to a small
ences of her trip across the continent, family, liere'a'your chance.
She, in company with .three orfour J, . . .
friends, was stting in a Pullman sleep- Attorney General Garland has re
er, and before the train had got fir cently decided that an Indian is inel
from its starting point a bullet crashed igible to the office ot Postmaster,
through the car and killed a young Among the seventy-five postmasters
lady of the party. This startling trag- in Indiau territory are a number of
edy had the eifect of making another Indians, and the question of their
mpm nr m r.np niixrv insane: auu ijc- ciiiariniiirv screms iiccl iu uo
AAAV4AA w 7
fore Mrs. Kowell had traveiiea mucn
further another bullet was fired
through the window of the car in which
she sat. All this happened in the far
West, where the Republican party tri
umphs. It has no political significance,
of course, but had such outrages occur
red" in a Southern State Murat Halstead
and Whitelaw Reid, the champion
South-haters, would have made a great
Vinwl and! fanatically rjointed to the
YafliiD Mineral Spp Academy.
.1 - i il T C! ... ia
Di. at tne point wnere- ow
r . i o : u
supposed to nave tarnea, a opauisn
raised before. The Attorney Oeneral
holds that an Indian who is a mem
ber of a tribe cannot take the pre
scribed oath of allegiance to the gov
ernment so long as the tribal relation
continues and that the fact that an
Indian cannot be held upou his bond
further disqualifies him. Citizen.
"When I come to Tribulation Hall
pletely eclipse him, this being the posu.
ft noof hi? sins, but of his sex. were boned by the or.gn.M bu.bJers
An lt raonflr TiTlll think. Ot tUe niOUnQS. lUiH VJICUiai. hiihb
:ii. .Tmirnul : and that; too, a woman wnose service
Villi Wv..' - I ! nn , i
u v nlno.nnt call vesttrdav is not for money. VV nen it comes xo a
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from Mr. A. A. Arthur, Ueneral home tnere is not u ; r coa Democratic South, instead of
e yi Bh nil in tne lana. ensconceu m uer uuc uwc . . . i ,!. oi-ii nt i r,. hit i. i
.r ...lilih Wa mailo mmlmn 1 ttiiU AICA
?amzaiiuii wihvm ...w.. ......
narticulars of that wealthy and enteral . ... ? . sfttTlft eXcention to two copper plates were found
nrisine' coniuanv. Their mill at New- n onma eirria mr,n wbh is ban- which were stamped figures resem
NONE EQUAL IT. port has closed for the present and mmf$ j0Hv bachelor," some cheer- bling the sculptures upon the Central
iui wiaower. no uuuuu iucic wc i lueinuu ium.
who can be happy, especially during Aside from these plates nothing has
Hie llTSli licUA UA 1XAC, T iyuuuu
. . .. ...
J uvuw, -
they readers, nowen s recuai uuuua . . - agke(, Hi? Hon
nnr,n. insieau ui l .
TIT I 11 1 J i. I AV rt II I ill Iv ui he turned trotn a bated
west;, naa noti" , 7 ,
scene of :
PALME RS V I LL E.tanly CoJJIi C.
C. II. MARTIN, PKlKCirAW :
I Graduate of Walce Forest College, and also
tne university 01 virgiau.
EF"mmoK, $3 to $15 per session of S montbR
The only school In this section that teach
the University ot Va. methods.- Vigorous
tensive, thoroaxh. The cheapest school la tc
(J. 8. where t'leso world-reaowed mcthoda ai
ta?ht . Good Board only 6 per month, s
l 87 lyj Address, c H. mrti!?, rrt'.
CAPITAL &P ASSETS,
upon ; ry one
Thinking and Working. Eve-
who would rise must be a
iTThe Most Beautiful Wood Work.
be made jof the best material.
Jo do auv and Alllkindi nf work.
be complete in! every respect.
A?w wanted in unoccupied territory.
WHESTIC SEWTVfl AT AflHTKF. CO..
, ' ; I Richmond, Va.
"Ieby KLUTTZ! & REttDLEMAN
ly. - Salisbury, N; C.
will remain so two months perhaps
fbr want of logs. Work on the river
however, will be pushed with more
nf Manic warrauts that he was about
to fill. j t ttr
What's tip, d'ye say ?" V hy, my
dog 'Ketch is up up in the pound,
that's wolVup" gasped the woman,
rpd with raee. as she clutched the
RHODtS BROWNE, 1
WM. C CO ART.
rl a wnrL-pr." Nnt rll'ipflv
by study or reading will a man be- doorfacing with one hand and a nair
come the first ; there is olleu much pin with the other.
MM 1 ..uKMaaSM w wr I UII II IB I I I a
v,a I 1 Vlvu ma
knowledge' with few ideas; there are
very learned men without any grand
"Ah. I perceive,
or; 'it will take just one dollar to se
cure that dog's manumission.'
..rt I . ...I.i 0' n't aVraA tlia
lo secure ins nu i ouiicr. ...
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement,
jAUrAKT 1, 1685.
Cash Capital -
Reserve for I.'e-lnsurance and another i
Net Surplus, - .j.
WHEN YOU WANTJ
U ARii W A R E
AT LOW PTR-TTTf-RR
i- H"ignea at io. 2, uranite
, tat fbr tKa CardweUThreslier.M
R.H.t. ' i . : - .
SrT-yJS11 V0?1- seBd 10 cents post-
UM " C Wll
the- timber, their wood meh wi
. ' , i 4L rw!ll I QOUDtieSS IlUVc lUUAlti u uoiutivi
it n to cut and get reauy lor me mm . , a,
popiar ana pu e, ui y...v " ftfter all. is the home? JS either yachts,
. 'IIiau nmv HOVP I . . ii, i
large quauunca. .mj w ---- nor pictures, nor steamer tieKeis, nor
about 12,000 logs in the river, but Loss, nbrhens, can supply that, 4Home,'
must wait for a tide to float them proverb, 4kis where the heart is;
down to thefir mills. They have about but if o, no man seems to have heart
an iuai numoer on iuc u i p-nmiflrn to ni out. a uume wiluuuu
awaiutine a tide. They are . making woman to help him. woman can do
mnrrkVPniPtltS n the river, wnicli, it f Qr herself: there lies her advantage.
1 . . 1 1 4 .J ' . . I T i 1 n -m t n nrAmsn frt
when completed, win prevent ue w may uc aihxuci a . "V "
trt tvhiir thev are-now make monev: undoubtedly it is harder.
subieeted. They are putting in slash- She makes a dollar, perhaps, where a
suojeeiea. aney y twenty, but when it comes
o nefit themsel io purchasing power her dollar goes
benent tUe up pi ver a the farthest toward the maintenanceof
have occasion to use the river as a go j she it she is
medium of transportation. . ' , , MmestMiStx and even if
They have purchased ninety-two
snuare miles of laud iu JNortu uaro- 1 . 1 Q aUoI- fir. can snmpfimes
Una and control the timber on 200-, jjct it for herself even in a
000 acres besides. In additien they ,j:nff.n0Use. If the home is com-
o loU of timber, n a little freedom in the use
Kmu found to indicate a connection
between the mound-builders aud the 1 thoughts of their owu.
. . -m. . I a I A .
Aztecs or the Pueblos. A famous "el
ephant" mound, which has long been
i 1. ha L-nftvvlpdr mav be woman hysterically ; 1 in jnst ai-
UIo !lann will rrivv. There tor TTetch. an' don't want noining
J III! llCU, Ilia lutoo ..... . I - , . I 1
is no elevation for humanity without else, and she reached arouud and
toil, none without active thougnt, straigiueo ner ousnr.
vior than ever. A laree number ot nf home! Ai with his wealth and his
'rivr men from Can a- Inainfino'saTiil hia vachts and his delight-I . . .. .1 r..i.i a rnmn...u.l iiaiaior nnnnit unities, can evert
ClCitiivv. " " - I ."" v..jj j i 1 I A 71 PCS Or Ills A UcUIUSi X I "I'l , . I I .1 , I lX1,,f
da are expected to arrive today. The f ul monologue; B, with perpetual jour- a w,,jch jmg long been his own mental powers upon what is visitor, as she panted with excitement.
work in tne wooas win gu rigin.aiou5. neym-sp V' .v!itu 1110 1 & T w a bone of contention among etlinolo- near to him ; anu mis ioruc m aa ,
They now have six camjV;whe -t. and which, in the opinion of .crease with exercise. He can observe ed his Honoru..
.1 . -,mm m ma a vn m nn i rt itoi - luiii ii v ill iirun 1 11.11 iav wu.'VK'Aa -.w i i n i M. crr IMF n ill u i - i - an I 1 I. IWU1IL 1IMIIC V " w " -
iam - a ill i a i rivMi'm ;i i rr riiv Aa iva iij mc. . it am&ms t -- - i ai.a a.a. . A uiim Aa a a n mi ni ;t 1 1 1 a raaiiii sua i aia w i v w " -
itsvaa f " J . . I i Ml 1 lIX nrkiAh I Kfinif. UfUVCU L11IL MIC IUUU uu-umii J vi i I -f . '
- . . m, - - arr-a n n rv-a r w i j I 1 1 1 1 w 1 a
ting out white oak and other nara take! were' co-existent with the elephant
,od timber, in all about iu. men, "rthe ound instead of scratch- upon this continent, appears, by the
As soon as the sap goes down in ftu VCSzm mav lat nd most careful survey to have
Hmihtiufis navftTonna a oaciieiur ixac uui no iruiiK ai w. 1? ....
... I . ; .
the mound bore as mucn resemblance
have - purchased two
one at the- head of jfjosby creek and o
it gives more comfort and
?,uAlipwySiiple 1)0X01 ?od3 tnat win, the othef on Tigeon river, iney are - prestigextnan.a ione man
iHSi ??r WtSaafS-; openiug up their large property, con- witt by a fortune. What would be
established tke 80Cial condition oajy country
.ill iiivaa mia IImI VVnterloWll I Glioma in nnr Atlantic DCatca WlinOUfc
to a fox as to an elephant.
Mr. Victor Mindeleff, whose mod
els in clay of the Pueblo cliff and cave
villages are among the most conspic
uous and interesting r objects in the
National Museum, has already start
ed out to revisit if ew , Mexica, Utah
aud Arizona. List season he went
into Chaco Canon, New Mexico, and
surveyed several remarkable ruined
Pueblos of great antiquity. lie can
on is two or three day's march from
the nearest civilization. 1 he ruins
n IT t- A .. 4 I.
are OI masonry iar auLiciior iu ine
Pueblos of the present days, aud re
main standiug in places to the height
of forty feet, showing the floor-lines
of three and four stories. The largest
group co vers more , ground than the
Capital at Washington.
feeling aud purpose. Ex.
Lieut. Scheutze will take to the
Lena delta a sword, designed by him
self, as a eift from the Government
of the United States to the Governor
is of huest
Certainly, madam, as I said before,
it will take a dollar to get him out
. AnUnr la secure his freedom.'
'That wasn't what you said she
shouted, 'and you needn't to hide your
behind biz words. This town
wants to rob me of Ketch, and I hope
. . . rttf III.
of Yakutsk. J-ne o.aue is m .. " -71" j :r tii ...d it.' and she
A Kill orp nt to De Dizeueu w m.
V iii-k tv i a a
made a face and sneezea.
A dollar will arrange matters, em-
&&5SStt . of ! cleared: laud and daughter of "old SqauesomebMy. or
t1SS-!K5a!SB ,r Wri0 to brine over Scotch of "Parson" somebody .raw u m
Its scabbard an
gold, On the former are engravings
r .oI.wIook do.la mid the Jeatinette.
Ul ICIlluv&i ...... I . . 1 .1
. ... t,r . j i... I JiUoH the court.
It is inscr.het : "rresenteu i y ..c .... becauge Fm a
Pr dent of t ic Unitea States iOi.ua- - t
" . . I 1 1 - 4 fl IT
Vlrnu In l WKlUer in a oi
ior General Georcuy
Tchernaieff, Governor of Yakutsk,
East Siberia, for eminent services ren
dered to the survivors of the Arctic
that 1 can t
linnet nn ft dollar. Why didn't you
i i If now at first that it took a
dollar to git Ketch loose? ?
That was my mtenviun,
exploring steamer Jeannette and the I hat was 7
, . . .. T. . t i oenn I Unnr iwrgmriU.
.each parties." It is vaiueti at r-- r . t , vou dollar
"-CUU71, Ld nnw. it'll be mighty strange i
. u-iR.a that doc? don't follow me home, am
Z 7?.;.? "frci he flashed her eyestumultimusly.
CtlJ IJ VM m-
land. Ohio, was caiifzht in the eleva-
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS:
Caaa la NaUooal Banit $ txh o
Casa in hands of Ajrents li.2
United States Registered Bonds
State and Municipal Bonds
National Bank Stocks . . 1.
Cotton Manuf acturlnz stocks
Other Local Stocks i
Keal Estate (unincumbered city propertj): nf
Loans, secured by Grst mortgages f 80,4 j:
f H.8C5 $1
. 1T,80 M
, : 61,0" v
Total Assets. - $741,380 S
J. ALLEN BBOWI, A.'T.
SaUsDury, N. C;t March 26, 1S85. -
ESF" LAMP CHIMNEYS
that will not: break by heat, for sah-
DIAMOND DYES All colors . te
DOT FORGET to call for Seed m
all kinds at
TO TUE XiADIESs
Call and see the Flower Pots,
GO to Mrs. James 31. Farcron s
Gentlemen and Ladirf hf V1
Satisfaction guaranteed, " gj '
boarding house. Kcaidence sent heart .
of Inniss Street.
c.i;jnrv HC. Jane 2a 1H80.
Ti,B Officer Price handed her a
"Cash Fmii SW- ". ""7' " I" . bal. ami a. they fl to8et"er
Ifeggtog people to p.T their Wt ,0 '-Jta '"'fr
-.1. i M. ii j j.. 1 K"f . , ., 1 1 ori hissed tnroue ner lectu .
ram nnri llotri ffrrillIV (TUB 11" I UII Ml" - " . . 1
debts while they spend money for dress an(j. hia face ,ind leaj terribly cruh
and Dlated tMewelry.M Poor fools, the' ed. He is still alive, but the phvsi
Detil will give them a cordial recep- cUns say he cannot recover as his
tion. Homeembcrat neck is dislocated.
Wk.n I come after a dog nanietl
Ketch, I don't ge back without him.
MY. CHILDREN DO NOT THJ I
ThPT have sucn a ciwi)i-
- "'J iL.
n ra in I11P III
1 rril! trr
. Umt imnni re Ut 1
w..nra in I il c lii - .
now -"' - ... . ov.
of til this trocVc.
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