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SALISBURY. H. C,
OCTOBER 1. 1885.
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For the Watchman.
Guy Cyril's Talk to the Farmers-What
to Eat and How to Eat,
Special Cor. of The News and Observer.
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OALlSBtKl, il. l.. OeUt. JLO.
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2 W 'Tis twelve, and midnight enthroned sits
H-t Jj in full view,
G M Arrayed in royal robes of a dark and som-
2 Bedecked all o'er with sparkling gems of
O purest light,
5 J As ever yet hath flashed a beam on mor-
M3 tal sight:
fc" 2 And their brilliant, sparkling rays doth
Q ra -n hearts cheer.
Expelling therefrom every torturing grief
and fear ;
Fti 1" R
, "Pass the hot biscuit and a slice of
fat pork to Mr Cyril, my dear," ejacu
lated one of our substantial, good-hearted
old farmers up in the Piedmont sec
tion while at supper the other day.
"Not any, I thank you, I perfer stale
bread and a mug of fresh milk," replied
Mr. Cyril courteously.
And this is what constitutes many of
our farmers' bill of fare through the
While their alluring beauty awakens eve- whole year. Hot biscuit and fresh pork!
ry soul and tongue ttood Lord, deliver us!
In praise of Him, who first in heaven these After supper Guy Cyril and a half
orbs hung. dozen farmers assembled together under
Oh ! what a feast of soul at this midnight the refreshing branches of a huge oak
hour- and began conversation on the dietetic
Reverently to contemplate God's great laws of life.
skill and power "Do you not know," replied Guy
in calling wt to view such a vast and Cyrij that there is no why you
Ofworfdftoslaever with suchaapeed gentlemen JollowW so healthful a call.
and sweep, m& 88 agriculture should not live to be
Through the 'unfathomable depths of lOOvears old"
boundless space: - , "Too long to sweat and moan under
Each sailing with lightning speed, m its the burden Gf this life replied one
' ?fL5rl,, u "Stomach too weak to last that num-
RmvpIv breastine the storms thev mav her of years, replied another.
meet anywhere. I "Got to take too much medicine in
T J that time to keep well," ejaculated a
Yes, tnus xney ever guue vnruugii vu lean and hungry dyspeptic; and so on
pounaiess aeep, , . QnamaraA nm-atn aanYi mvnirr a Ait
Swifter than tender thoughts to beauty TZli Z I k! ii V6 a a
e'er did leap ; ferent reason for the ills he endured.
Or. as fleet as love, and aspiration's spring Til tell you what s the matter with
at night I all you farmers, ' said Mr. Cyril in his
To that liod wno, in creation nas snown pleasing tone of voice.
; uwiovettuuuugm, You don't know how to eat, and
ea, ror awn auug uu . . , , . , .hmmn am o-nnd
forth His praise
Plain, if hot louder than the sun's efful
gent rays ;
Or a convoy of comets in their wild errat
tW regardless where they go, or time
simplicity of diet, which Pliny tells us
consisted of the fruit of the palm-tree.
Herodotus, a celebrated ancient his
torian; Hippocrates, the father of me
dicine; Diodorus Sicculus, the historian;
Ovid, the poet: and Pliny, the Roman
naturalist, all testify that the primitive
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inhabitants ot the eartn suosistea on a
vegetable diet alone. k
Look at the peasantry of Ln gland.
Scotland, Ireland, Italy, Turkey, Greece,
Germany, Switzerland, r ranee, bpain,
Is orway, Denmark and many parts of
Russia, who subsist on vegetable food.
The greater portion of t e inhabitants
of Asia and Africa use but an insignifi
cant trifle of animal foot. 1 he mill
ions of Hindostan and China use so lit
tle of animal food that it mav be re-
erarded as a seasoning ruther than a
substantial nart of their diet.
The Greek and Russian laborers and
the lazzaroni of Naple,' Jbsist on a diet
principally of coarse farinaceous food,
and thv are as athletic and powerful a
race as can be found The Irish immi
grants, whose brawny arms and power
ful sinews perform the hard work of
excavating our canals and constructing
our railroads, which our flesh-bred
American laborers have not the strength
to do, have generally acquired good,
vigorous constitutions on the coarse,
vegetable potato diet of the old country.
Therefore it becomes quite evident
that if, during the summer, one well-to-do
family would only use a little com
mon sense letting go the fried meat
and taking up the fruits and vegetable
they would seldom get sick in the early
fall, but be enabled to continue their
hard work through all the seasons and
through alllife for that matter.
Do vou know that half of our im
migration to this State become dissatis-
Death of 8olidtor Jos. Dobson.
This week we are called upon to
chronicle the death of Mr. Jotenh
Dobson, a citizen of Winston, and So
licitor for the present 9th Judicial
District, which occurred at hit for
mer home in Surry county, on Tues
day of last week, the 15th inst., in his
60th year. Solicitor Dobson was a
native of Surry county and for many
How Salisbury Belles Travel.
A few days ago three young ladies of
Salisbury took the wrong train at Hicko
ry and started Sou t h instead of coming to
Lenoir as they intended. The conductor
mistook Lenoir written on their .tickets
for Lancaster. At Newton, they? recog
nized Lovelady. but improved so much
since they came down the narrow? gauge
last, and they failed to remember when
years practiced law in the counties of they crossed the bridge although they
unites, Aiiegnanj, Asne, laaain, were looking -out for the pretty view, ai
Surry, Stokes and Forsyth, gaining Maiden they missed the benign cunten
t he high esteem of all who knew him anCe of Mayor Hudson but supposed that
by Ins excellent qualities in private, he most have been infused with the spirit
social and business relations of life, of the age and was out pushing; on the
At the time of his death, Mr. Dobson WOrk which was so fast turning Hudson
was serving the closing portion of his ville into a brisk town. At Liucolnton
third term as Solicitor, serving a pe- they could scarcely believe their eyes for
riod of twelve years to the satisfaction here had sprung up, as if by magic a
of all who desire to see the law of the (beautiful town on the spot where erstwhile
land justly and ably defend-d . True the wood station of Shakeragdid vegetate
to his friends and party, and faithful On, on they went it did seem tha Lenoir
to his business : a good lawyer, an ex- was more than 20 miles from Hibkory
eel lent citizen and ail affectionate fa- "Mr. Conductor when will we reach Le-
ther and husband. We speak the nob??" "Lenoir!" and the denouement
sentiments of all in deploring his came. They were nearly to Qastonia.
death and extending our sincerest Here they stopped and spent the 4y and,
sympathies to the bereaved, for Jo- at 12 o'clock that night steamed into Le
seph Dobson fwught his battle of life noir to meet the chaffing of their anxious
nobly. Peace to his ashes. Winston friends who had got hold ofthe joKe,
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WHEN YOU WANT J
AT LOW FIGURES
food there are only a very few who
know how to prepare it before it is served.
To begin, man is made great or little wjth our mode of cooking, the
by what he eats. Hot biscuit, fried pork, marjner in which the food of our far-
grease and bad coffee superinduce half ;s nrpnared and served Quicker
This is the hour the best and worst of of the sickness among our people in this than anything else?
men employ healthful State. "Just as the twig is jf the' fact be known I would not be
As do savage beasts: with alacrity and joy nt the tree is inclined," physiological- surDrised if the crofters did not become
TheHonWd ly as well as morally. 'Those mothers SESfcd S ?pvt instead of
Among the upper worlds, to make their who force their little children, even be- teing unable to get work.
movements plain, fore th;y are capable of masticating a jf we would be well and prosperous
And show the laws that they are each particle of it, to swallow flesh during we muSt nrst know how to live.
coverned by. lb snmmpr months, arm little aware ovl i. e i; Umrinn knnr
o - . - . . . j. , . . w , ' i lit; arii yjl lixe lo jvuuniuc trv
As on through the depths of space they h 0 thev are injuring the or- 1iM Mau n ,JfaVp
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forever fly :
A fleet so very great, majestic
They evermore proclaim : He that made
us is divine.
ionization and corrupting the whole
nature of the future men and women.
Let us eat more vegetables and fruits
in the summer months, and abstain
from meat and fried food.
Here asked one of the lean and hung-
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The passing time; others watch at the
g In these still hours when most good men
rauch of uain.
And labor to relieve e'en when their la-J
Whil more brutish men. like savage
beasts of prey,
That skulk from the light go forth at close
To prowl in the dark, that; they by fraud to his raCe
or iorce I por four good reasons. First, physio-
MayTLd,Sp0,lftU th8y " 1WCU fnSummeryo don't want
much heat in the body there is gen-
So the sublime teachings of the stars fail j erally enough outside therefore you
one of Pharoah's kine:
44 Why so? Me and my wifeallers eats
fried pork and hot biscuit."
Yes, I should judge so by the looks
of your children as well as by the ap
pearance of yourself and wife.
Well, I'll tell you why, remarked
Cyril, assuming the position of a bene-
Liseases of Wine-
The cryptogam, Mycoderma aceti,
makes wine into vinegar j its conge
nor, Mycoderma vini, which lives on
new young wine, fades and withers in
old and does no harm. Wlienhow
ever, wie "spurts!' in the barrel, is
turbid to the eye, and flat to the taste
1 when poured iot a ijlass a crown
of round bubbles rises t the top, and
when slightly hjiken, silky little waves
mnve about in all directions, then a
minute filament about a thonsandth
nart iif a millimeter in diameter, of
a variable length and extreme tenaci
ty, has made its appearance. In large
The want of any uniform rule in
passing persons on the sidewalks, is a
cause of great awkwardness and much
embarrassment to every gentleman
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ami 1 any. vtnat can ne oeiier cal
culated to make ene feel and look
more ludicrous than meeting a party
and neither know on which side the
other wishes to pass, while both turn
first to one side and then to the other
to avoid each other, but ending in a
collision, or in being brought to a
lead halt face to face with each other
both perhaps being strangers? Who
las not labored under such embar
rassment? And yet how easy all this
sort of thing mav be avoided if the
public will only agree that it shall be.
How easy for every one always Jor
everyone tobeartotlie right iu parsing.
Will not every one do ibis? ISo diff
erence who it uay be, white, colored,
young or old; let ail do it, aud theiT
the stream of human life will now
along our streets as gently as the
breuk flows along its grassy bunks.
This is no new rule, but it is a most
uecessary one. FayeUcville Observer.
Call on the undersigned at NO. a. Granite
Row. D. A. AT WELL.
Agant for the JCardwcl!Tnresher.M
Salisbury, N. C, Juno 8th-tf.
V ( mil" it Allt hi' l.lnroTV IM.
part m en t of J. DTiHcXeely, I intend -
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P m IV E AND PERMANENT CURE
don.t want so much meat. If you eat quant tti8 this organism forms a glu
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Dyspp;ia and Indigestion
Prared ti3 Ua. VV. W. (4REGORY,
imt-late, N. C.
Charlottk, N. C Nov. 29,1864.
Dr. W. W. Greorv : 1 hereby certify
thttl Uavle -recently used your Dyspeptic
Miittirslvrlitii very great lieneftt to myself
tad cordially reeomuiend itlto others.
K. v. wahing,
Member N. C. Legislature.
Humanity, or love into a savage nean vegetables instead, you can endure heat,
Such care not for God, nor life, nor fear o ; J,n in9
But go alone for self, and will while they of strength. Your digestion will be bet
fmvfi breath. . I ter and will be unattended with that
They flee away from all life's soft and ge-1 disturbance, heat, irritation, oppression
nial rays j - tA f.Vi sfnmnnli and dullness or drowsi-
To their kvdens; and caves and unfre- nes rf which tters
JfotAfoped generally experience after dinner, and
of crime, . which some physiologists, on the mis-
So long as darkness Demenus mem or taken supposition tnat it was natural,
lends tnem time. have called the "fever of digestion.
You can toil better, your mental pas-
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tiiwma Himsil UL l e uolioui ni
the cask. producing carbonic
Moid, which sDoils the wine. The
disease of turbid, spurted and spoiled
win i fermentation, caused by an
organism a ferment originally ex
isting ou the surface of the grape
wliorA mIka exists the organism which
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causes the orderly and vinous fermen-
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tation. All red wines, especially me
finest of the Cote d' Or, are subject to
To iCesp Tomatoes for Winter.
A Child Osd b7 a Train.
The Air Line passenger train wiich ar
rived in this city from Atlanta,; Sunday
afternoon, killed a little white girl near
Gaston ia. The child was four years old
and was the daughter of a Mr. Mayo, who
lives one quarter of a mile from the rail
road track. The unfortunate little girl,
with an older sister were in a field near
the road, and saw the train coming. They
attempted to run across the trck, the
elder sister leading and getting cross in
safety. The younger one, however, was
not quick enough, and when atjout nan
way across the track was strucl by the
engine and hurled 'into the air. She fell
aT few feet from the track and Was dead
before any one could reach her. Qharlotle
"Shall Bruise Thy Head.''
A few weeks ago Miss Fanny Jones, of
Cilley, went into the orchard 4nd was
standing beneath a tree when shej heard a
peculiar noise and felt the wriggling of
something beneath her feet. Looking
down she was horror-stricken to see the
tail of a rattlesnake in agitation before
her. She screamed and jumped 4nd turn
ing round, discovered that she had been
standine on the snake's head. With great
My stock will consist of SUGAR, COFFEE,
iiACON, LAUD, FISH Molasseb, FLOUR,
Butter, phickens, Eggs, &c. Also, Candies,
Fruits, Nuts, Crackers, &c. in factI la
tent! keeping everythimusually kept in
the Grocery and JProvi&iou linej aad by
close attention to business and selling low
for cash, I hope to merit at least a portion
of the trade. Come and see. me at J.D.He
Neely V Store. J. M. HA DEN.
June 4, 1885. 2ms.
New & Fresh !
J. S. McCTJBBINS, Sr.,
Will continue the business at the OM
Stand, having closed out all Hie old stock.
His present stock is Entirely New, and will
be oifcred on reasonable terms for Cash,
Bartcr,4r first-class Mortgages.
Those who could not pay all their inort-i
gages 4st y ear may renew, if papers are
satisfactory and appliance ia made at once.
HIS STOCK CONSISTS OF I
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots
and Shoes, Hats, Clothing, 0on-
feetioneris, Crockery, Drugs, Bacon, Lard.
Corn, Flour, Feed ami Provisions Of all
kinds, with a full line of
High Grade Fertilizers,
as cheap as the cheapest. You wilL do
well to see him before purchasing elsewhere.
Salisbury, April 1st, I8S5. 2u:tf
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A correspondent sends the following cooiness aim u.a, T r r
1 xxi .... t-t . c'tiOL- mm v iiiMi in- mcao
rlittier W1DU a ouv " -7
ured it found it to be 2 feet in jength.
to the Rural New Yorker:
"As the tomato season is here I can
Contribute one way to keep them for
winter use that may be new to some of
your readers. I ate them in February,
sliced and seasoned with sugar and a
little vinegar, that seemed in every way
as nice as
"Dissolve a teacupful of salt in a
fallon of water. Pick ripe tomatoes,
ut not over-ripe, leaving a little stem
on. The tomatoes must be kept well
covered with brine, and they will keep
till spring or longer.
Yafltin Mineral Sprisrrs Academy,
PALMERS VI LLE.'Hi -amy Co.) H. 6.
U. II. MART IN, Pkixcipai.,
Clraduate of WfUce'Ferest college, and also at
tiie University ot Virginia. 1
SB" iTino.v, $5 tof 15 per session of 5 months.
The only school In iMsstvUon that teaches I
tne university or a. inctno-in. v iovtt bkh
tensive. I horouKh.'l lie cliwiiicst scl.ool Hi the
iJ. 8. where tin-sc wortd-rcf.owed methods are
'tiimrht r;nrwl Ho.inl onlv oit liiorith.
j iy Address, c 11. aktin. Prln. j
Georce W. Cable, having lined his nest
r, that seemed in every way . his id slandera against the Southern nDr AMTynn iQKQ
tomatoes fresh from the I . nnw tnrnin his attention to J KU A IN J L tL U loOy
aAvnmov of women sunraee. It
But sweet, indeed, to the betUr mm of " SjIT i EL Ms diase. which makes them bitter
. s- a-avv w - ! I lift
Beasts and birds, are such genial hours to ter balanced. Your body will become and unfit to drinU. White wines on
them; more vigorous, in proof ot which I need the contrary, are exempt lrm this,
While slumber's soft dominion o'er them only refer you to the. toiling millions but are subject to another disease call
gently apreaefe, o kurope and the Eastern nations, ed maladie de la graisse. Tliey, too,
Giving new strento all both m tneir Youcanendure the exposures to atmos- become turbid ; but where the red are
Aairinr to them all more vitality and phenc vicissitudes much better and in bitter, these are flat, insipid, and vis
iifo l fact endure all 01 tne Duruens 01 mis
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DwoeDtic RemwU. I have used it with ureal echini? their sorrows and healing every Ufa ualf the nam and torture should
Mtie(, and cheerfully recommend It to any one strife, , . . ' ( VOU give up the tried meat system. .
CSHWW 4W, indigestion snd.a And by sUence profundi enclosing them J d fp he medicai evidence is that
Nfidwpduionof liver and bawelM. . around- . . . . ai L i.eo K-W.f dpminnl and
D. A. J bMifto, Make them feel they to anoiner worm muu """V ,11 :KaZ T'a ' C
N. U. otate Treasurer. 1 hound a I lniecuous aiseases ui. an uuub, muui
. k--. J more easily cured of them, either by the
sals by J H McAden and T C Smith A Yes, oh yes! the stillness of tne mianign 1 cfforts 0f nature or ordinary remedial
Charlotte, N. C.
I take great pleasure
JMieTe is a gorge in Yellowstone
park where no sound can be heard L
not a bad place to keep house. Chi
Thr are 240 bones in a man. Man
the advocacy of women suttrage. it is
cruel in him to first try to degrade the
South and then to degrade the jivomen of
the whole land. George is a sort of nine
teenth century Don Quixote, with the ex
ecution that he has not half the ; knightly
monlinpcH and honor of tne itnumt 01
HHP M - - m. .
LaMancha. Wil. Star
nadding my testimony to the value of your
Charlotte. N. C. and T. F. KlutU & Co-,
rf to eveughtfcl U.d .nd n . New
heart with power, . ; oq 1 00 ,t j 1 qoq nor-
ClU -' nn whose habits of livine approximate affects the most delicate boq.iet of the
When they look to heaven they feel there the fruit and vegetable diet died of most delicate vintages, and though
is a God; . . disease. Take the tourists who visit experts at first proteased to detect a
For this strong lesson ever doth nature on Florid fj who Hve8 on a vegetable shade of difference in the flavor be-
whiSathenwping heavens in silence o'er and citrus diet-they never get sick, tween the heated and the unhealed
Whiletne weepmK missionaries and teachers who w;nes. when thev had detected a like
As if fearing, at last some mortal may not I ?0 to Africa and who abstain from meat 8Uade between two glasses poured out
make sure .
Of eternal life, and a home
f- I Third reason: ine cnemicai evmence orification was just i
lhomasHA Y RAKES. Sweet indeed, is the mgst rXVlh! W
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A-n:j: j nr.ii.:.fl 4 ,1 hottpr tor QeeD lUOURUU auu , 11 ro ,ie nf f ,w 5 strict V IV
o mum" auu hmmus i vim """ . . 1 itri uiuic . vr j -j 1 . , m ...
Iff I TTW A THD Q L, c"""irrrC; look into the to- WWWpWTB - -r T
V i x I V JtX 1 vivu. lorecuuuvt-v, to the Liebiat school, we snau nna inai; . i,Ml:n cMt ,Ke
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Tst we bv recklessness, our peace may good wheaten bread, rice and lennis
Kntehir contain four times as much nutritive
.i .1 fViP atArs. aud Stillness 1 !. Q U kxf flocVi-inpaf wlnlo no- v
w -JF . . I . . . . i j. 1 ! i.
ot eacn mui. . . ,
le us all to Keep in sn
tA i. i ir wfl huiluii uciyiu o tui:"i t "" I o . -..-.-.- r .
Tbe works of Woa, ana j r,al-nn nf MrUntn sustain the animal both the ministers and lay men m me
created tor. . . . w. I , . v...n ka K,inr.0 .. .Ti.a!!mt p!nrch miners, the Ad
--i-ri AiTtJ t 1 1 raJ i l ; i i iimi n iiiiiiicaiive iivvu v. 4 v v. i i v- i i
r,t rhnn and the best kind of carbonlteence and Advocate. Those who op-
cous. ine maiaaie ae ia yr
to a filamentous organism like that
which makes' red wine spurt but the
two differ in structure and physiolog
ical action. The remedy in either
case ib te kill the organism by heat.
One minute's beatine at the proper
temperature ie enough to preserve the
wine from all the diseases caused by
fermentation. Ihe heating in nowise
SEND YOUR WOOL
uu may uov, Q Africa and who abstain rrom meat shade between two glasses ptnireu um
the anJ grease they never become a prey Qf tue 8amc bottle tliey confessed their
g to disease. defeat, and Pasteur's remedy for cal-
Third reason: The chemical evidence ftr;fiMlt:on wa9 justified. The Fort-
8TUDEBAKEU ako TENNESSEE
Coixmrcs, Watkktowx Cincinnati
Buggies & Spring Wagons.
drain and Guano Drills.
The Georgia Senate has passetl a bill
material lv amendinir the railroad com
mission act, and sent it to the House for
concurrence. The bill repeals the arbi-
rl with a shad Bos- trarv oowers of the commission J and gives
rc 1 t 7 J - - V M a -
-w.r i i nnmiuiii I'M luc aak.uv v
their own rates. The commissioners are
P.nnn Farrflr. the distinguished A hr cnmnlaints onlv. inis is ine re-
veiivi M " " j o i vv uvwi i g-
English prelate, will deliver the ad-1 suit of experience
dress at the reopening exercises of
the Jidm Hopkins University, on
"Pa," eaid the little boy. "what ie
n atwirdiite monarchy V I can t ex
plain it, my son, so that yon can com-
renenn it. wait uhlm j
ried and then you'll know.' jxew
"He's a mau of big calibre," re-
marken jonrs io "i" "s
.i w i or . I
an nMiraiutance. "inueei r wa
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rtdv. "hew do vou
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He's a great txire. -vn, murmur-
Am a m If"
ed Brown, and tainted away. ier-
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
KHODfcS BROWXE, WBf.
Prest. f t
graph Straw Cntters,
Avery and Dixie PLOWS,
:ter Corn Shollcrs,
lEjigines and Boilers,
MM GRIST MILLS,
J)piog,EhRine and Boiler Fittings Guns,
ruteU, Sbells, Cartridges, Wads and Caps,
rowder and Shot, Dynamite Fuse and Pri
" Axes, Shovels and Spades, Building
wdtrar Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
HOME-RAISED CLOVER SEED.
everything else usuaUy leapt ln First Class
rr?.ware am fmolement stores. I nave on hand
KS?P above, a offer tUem lor tne next
aaysj tor less money man tliey nave ever
sold ia this country .
Usbury , Oct. 13, 'Si. W. SWIITHDEAL.
The biearest question
North Carolina Conference is the di-
ision of its territory into two confer
Mt . V A f
s. Eastern and Western, it l
Colletre has opened its fall
To with favorable
love them all, end Him
i cm adore.
That we may love tnem
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- m voirotah a toon. - nosfl niVISlUil itiuo nii
Oh. ve orbs
sphere f - . . I :jftrlc. which is the best reason after! vor ;t sav. "divide and develop.
HyBc?ear! Sj aW- We have no account that Adam ti4n wi betaken Dpon i this question
mu.i ,.. mns r. mav watt our souw irum ,,n4 u vp ever aenartea rrom tne com-1 mt tji 1 inference wnicii meeis
11 V . A. . ICV m,ww -mm -w
earth afor: mandment of tfod m their dietetic Habits,
That we awhile may forget our sorrow -rj g absence of all evidence to the
Wfeel to ohearts that Ufe is not the contrary we are bound to beUeve that
end they te largely o vegetables.
But after death, above the stars we shall JosephuS testifies that the Essenes, a
ascend; , ... ... . sect of the ancient Jews, numbering
TvHnz behind us for awhile this mn- , thousand. were louK-lived be-
atjnokAn sod. ..... 1 . e il.: ..-. t :t ,A ' tli i.ihIy art of leli-rcl iar.ee
. . v , . -. i - .a - r..ncn ot r iihii icvuihi ciitif bc ui iiil iiiiu. - -
nuu vui "" w y m i r
rnrlnti0. Nov. 25th. It will
nnllv dccidecl bv the General Confer
nee. which meets in Richmond, Va.,
next May. Con cord Junes.
Children should always be taught
Salisbury Woolen Mills
THIS NEW FACTORY
la nnr in operation, and facilities for man
ufacturing Woolen Goods such is have ney
i.r,M. luixn nffHred to our neoole. are
within the reach of the entire Wool grow-
make that out ?" ing community
f ttm. i.Hiitr. Wf manutacture jaAno, votoi.hu..U
FLANNELS, LINSEYS. BLAMvtilS,
YARNS, ROLLS, Ac.
Solicitins a liberal patronage' of our peo-
All good tbii of thU world .r. Pi.. w. . -p,
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement
JANXAKT 1, 165.
Cash Capital . . pw.mi te
Iteserve tof He-Insurance and all other
. 25$,i3 If
SCHEDULE OF ASSETS :
Cash In NaUonal Bank $ T.sol o
Cash In haudsot Ajrcut3 ll.s2 5
United States Regtered Bonds....,
State and MonTctpal Bonds
National B.mlt Stocks
Cotton Manufacturing Mtocks
Other Local Stocks
Real Estate (unincumbered city property) flJtT If
Loans, secured by flret nortgacs;. 0,413 f f
. w,m o
. 1 1 1,755
r .1. . . .a An v u mm m n wm ,
noliiriiier goou umu -nffife at old Express Office;
use : and whatever we may heap up - .,ft ... XmU
J ' s-
to irive to otners, we may
.a wnttnh s wo can use. and no more.
Lieut. H. R. Letnly, U. S. A.,
noliv nf this nlace. has accepted
position on Gen. Hancock's staff, with
I he 1MI1K OI Cantain. Headquarters,
Governor's Island, New York. Con
gratulations. Salem Prest
A South Carolinia justice of the peace
has decided that a watermelon being
attached to the freehold, the stealing of
th same from the vines is no larceny. It
k needless to say that this dispenaer or Best climate,
Salisbury, N. C
J. ALLEN BROWN, Aft
March 2, 15. Cm
IS NOW AT THB
Corner of Kerr Lee streets,
with a foil line of DRY GOODSand
GROCERIES. Also keeps a Fust Class
BOARDING HOUSE. Call and Rte
that will not break 1jy heat, lor sale
DON'T FORGET to
all kinds at
for Seeds 4
A High Grade Home School
Snrroundin-'s, and Advan-
TO TKK LADIES:
Call and sec the Flower Pots at
To dwell forever in heaven
. . .,1 j-.J-t f Mam nri nlMt .rM in the SOUtll. LCllllllui
tne law is a T . ?ZZ " iu, f .win Art and Elocution
an emigrant from oneof Viirgtoia's water- Two Teacl.ers fromthe Royal
1.- L AAllntlM Hit lAW. AS I " . . f .1 ..... rw.,.- nllt.
meion-grow"6. w.aaw.a. , I Leiozia Uonservatory. v.ir''? wu
Aug 12, If.
, . . i
Zi i i A.m ihA hAtinh. accords with I A.- fmininc Send forcirculars. tne nw u!&.
thouniuersal enstom everywhere in the WILL H. SANBORN, Pres. j
southern State. -Richmond State.
T TkCS Wv-n-n
b dv and are often
NOT STRA SGM
An pUt in the hum
ann death, bhuni i
Indian Vennituo will destroy and ez
hea fro.n the system.