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SALISBURY N. C, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1887 NO 82
VOL XVIII.-THIEI) SERIES
TheAppstite of Birds.
Of all auitn;ls, birds possess the
Brave Texan Bangers.
Of the whole frontier line separating
the republic of the United States from
!... ,nHfm the most energetic
pinition, and the warmest hhod,and
they consequent lyunddrgo the most
r-mul change of substance and need the
most food. Although tew creatures are : the rep5,blic of Mexico there is no por
go pleasing to the aesthetic tastes of a ion better' policed than that which es
noeticallv inclined person as birds, the nds from the Gulf of Mexico to El
breeder "knows that most of them aie ; pago ex. This is in a great measure
to be looked upon as hearty or excess- due to the fact that from the gulf to
jve eaters. Any one who closely ob- thi3 little southwestern town the bonn
serveis birds and their conduct will, ary between the two republics is a
soon remark that their thoughts and natural one, formed by the muddy
efforts, aside from the few days they tream of the Rio Gran le. But more
sjiid in wooiug and their short periods especially is the security of this part of
ot re-ting, are directed to getting some- the border due to the courageous and
thing to eat. With what restless ear- j untiring efforts of that portion of the
newness do titmice plunge through the ! State troops of Texas known as the
and trees. Not a leaf is uiun- Texas Ranirers. There has not been a
vc.-tigated, every chink in the bark is ; period in the history of Texas withH
examined for whatever eutauie 11 may oe ; which the romantic name ot rangers
hiding, and a sharp look is east into j mis not been more or less intiaiateljy
everyPj )int of a branch. Haw indus- 'connected. They were rangers who
triously does the oHsel turn and thrash fought against Santa Anna, and who
the leaves on the ground of the woods fe n the desperate conflict at Alamo,
alLthe day long, spying its game with und jt was dying rangers who bequeath
a glance of its sharp eye, and snapping ! e(j to their childaen the task of ven
i: up on the instant ! After oL- geanee which still inspires the Texan in
erving a few such incidents we can every border conflict with the rallying
easily believe the stories that are related crVi "Remember the Alamo."
of tlie fish-eating powers of the cormo- The corps of rangers formed part o.e
and fruit-eating Dims in. . ire t'.ie troops that, rought against the
to consume three tunes their Union during the civil war, and indeed
weight - every
lt acts with exlraordinary efficacy on tha
J - . and BOWE,S.
AN EFFECTUAL SPECIFIC FOR
Malaria, Bowel Complaint m.
li I-11, Blck Headache,
ConsUaUon, HiUousm vs,
Kidney A 'lectio is-. Jaundice.
"Mental Ieprcion, Colic.
Ho Household Shoold be Wit&oo. It,
unrt.liy tiotnKkeptea(ly for immediate use,
will nave many ;in lioiir of snlferin nnd
many a dollar in timo und"3octor' bills.
- THERE 19 BUT ONE
SIKMONS LIVER RESULATOR
See that you gel the genuine with red Z"
cn front of Wrapper. Prepared only by
J.H.ZEILIN &l CO., Sole Proprietor,
Philadelphia, Pa. 1UCE, Sl.OO.
HICKORY, N. C.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
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They stand whore thoy ought
to, right square
AT THE FaiNT!
It Was a Hard Fight But They
Have Won It !
they were the nucleus around winch
gathered and were disciplined the wild
frontier men of Texas who were, under
General Kirhv Smith, the last to lav
down their arms, long after General
Robert E. Lee had surrendered his
sword to Grant. It seems strange that
though Texas was the last of all the
'States to submit, she really suffered so
little. Texas to-day owns her public
lands, and her mineral wealth is not
controlled by the general mining laws
of the country. Moreover she has to
day, as in older times, her corps ot
rangers, solely controlled by the State,
and yet maintained in active military
service. This is a unique privilege and
one which no other State in the Union
There did not for some , years after
the war and during the reconstruction
period exist any State force in lexa.-..
and the present organization of rangers
came into being in 1874, when Gov
ernor Richard Coke was in office.
The whole force at the present time
does not number more than 250 men,
yet it has been found amply sufficient
to thoroughly police the frontier
A Texas Ranger, strange thdugh it
may appear, is not usually a Texan by
birth. The rangers come from every
part of the Union, and quite a number
ot them are voting adventurers, eastern
boys of good families. It is impossi
ble for a poor man to join this State
force. He must have, as a preliminary
to enlistment, a horse of his own, a
Winchester rifle, all the necessities, or
camping out, and about 100 invested
in his outfit. He joins for a term of
six months, and receives 30 a month
tor his services and Sll for a ration for
his horse. The State provides him with
all the ammunition he may care to fire
away, and under such circumstances it
is heedless to say that every ranger is-a
dead shot, both with a rifle and revol
ver. A corporal receives $35 a month,
a sergeant $50 a month, a lieutenant
$75 a id allowance for two horses, a
captain $100 a month and allowance
for two horses. There is no higher
rank in the rangers than captain,
though when two or three companies
act together the senior captain is com
The Texan Ranger is a curious com
pound of a soldier and a police officer.
He .s a htate police officer and a soldier
at tin same time. In the tormer
capacity he performs the duties of a
denutv sheriff in eVerv county in the
State, find is authorized to arrest iugi-
tives from justice without a warrant
A list of these fugitives is furnished
from time to time to every ranger, to-
Paso. learned that one of the Bacas
was clerking, in a small store in the
Mexican town of Saragossa, directlv
opposite on the other bank of the river.
Without making any application for
extradition papers, Gillett went to the
corporal of his companv, and, selecting
another ranger,. the three agreed to go
across the river and eapture Baca.
They got to the store unobserved. Gil
lett covered young Baca with his revol
ver and called upon him to surrender.
Before the people around knew what
was up thef gangers had their prisoner
behind one of them on a horse, and
they made for the American side.
For about two miles and p. half they
were chased by indignant, Mexicans
who had mounted, many of them with
out saddles and with only a rope around
their horses noses, the rangers kept
changing their prisoner from one horse
to another until the river bank was
gained, and the pursued and pursuers
exchanged slots all the way. When
the rangers reached the middle of the
stream the Mexicans gave up the chase
and returned to Saragossa. uillett
was afraid of his action not being ap
proved of and so he went up to
Socorro and turned his prisoner over to
the sheriff. The next day the indig
nant populace hung Baca up to a Cot
Another example of the manner in
which border officers dispense with the
nice formalities of extradition papers is
furnished by the tacit agreement which
exists between the Mexican officers at
Paso Del Norte, Mexico, and the rang
ers in El Paso, v Texas. When the
rangers know that the man thev want
w ill rim nuiarri hnrlmrvl of fln Affvif:m
town, they Jo over and inform the
chief of police that they want such a
mail. The Mexican police arrest him
on some trival charge or no charge at
all. They bring the prisoner to the
midd!e of the street car bridge, where
an "imaginarj line divides the United
States r-rom siexico. l lie
cere meet them half w;-y.
cans give the; unfortunate wretch a
shove that sends him over the imagi
nary line, and he finds himself a
prisoner under the laws of Texas. Of
t:ourse whenever the Mexican officials
require a simitar favor, the rangers are
only too glad and willing to extend it.
And so extradition goes merrily on
without troubling the State Depart
ment to any considerable extent. i
This extraordinary force of soldier
sheriffs is distinctly remarkable for the
absolute ioyaity the members bear each
other. They have taken for their
motto, "God h:des coward?,'1 and they
live up to it. There is hardly a mem
ber of the force who lias been a ranger
for even a single year that has not gone
through experiences that other men
would crowd intoatife time. Despera-
loes, cattle thieves, Indians and fence
iter- hardly leave an idle day to a
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company or rangers. jjunng tne
strikes on Jav Gould's Southwestern
ystem, it was due to their energy alone
nat passenger traffic was not wholly
topped. They are a distinctive class
of niei, even among frontiersmen, and
have in the highest degree all the
virtues of the: rough wild southwestern
life, with scarcely one of its vices.
I was spared from taking."
The singer grasped the hand of Hie
Southerner and said with great emo
tion: "I remember tho night very well,
and distinctly the feeling of depression
and loneliness with which I went forth
to my duty. I kuew my post was one
of great danger, and I was more deject
ed than I remember to have been at
any other time during the service. I
paced my lonely beat, thinking of home
and all that life holds dear. Then the
though Lof God's care for all that he
has created came to me with peculiar
force. If he so cared for the sparrow,
how much more for man created in his
own image; and I sai.g the prayer of
my heart and ceased to feel alone. How
the prayer was answered I never knew
until this evening. My heavenly
Father thought best to keep the knowl
edge from me for eighteen years. How
much of his goodness to us we shall be
ignorant of until it k revealed by the
light of eternity, 'Jesus, lover of my
soul,' has been my favorite hymn: now
now it will be inexpressibly dear.
The accident related in the above
sketch is a true one, and was related to
the writer by a lady who was one of
the party on the steamer
TRIBUTES TO WOMAN.
The Saltan's Harem.
HOW THE VEILED BEAUTIES OF
Iii speaking of the Sultan's harem, a
Gem 3 from the Po?t, Preachers and
Sage3 of Many Lands.
Woman is the masterpiece. Confucius.
Woman is the crown of creation.
Women teach us repose, civjlity nnd
All that I am my mother made me.
John Quincy Adams.
Shakespeare has no heroes he has
onlv heroines. Raskin.
Woman is the most perfect when the
most womanly. Gladstone.
In wishing to extend her empire, wo
man destroys it. Cabants.
Nature meant to make woman its
m asterpiece. L ess i n g.
There is a woman at the beginning
of all great things. Lamartine.
If woman lost us Eden, such as she
alone restore it. Whittier.
I wish Adam had died with all his
ribs in his body. Boucieault.
To a gentleman, every woman is a
lady in right of her sex. Bulwer.
What is a woman? Onlv one of na-
CASE IN WHICH LOVE WAS CONSTANT
THROUGH DARKEST DAYS.
A dispatch from Nashville, Term.,
says: Eighteen years ago the doors of
the State prison closed upon Frank
Riddle, of Maury county, who had been
sentenced to life iinprisoamet for mur
dering a Germ in pddter. Tiiere were
doubts as to the guilt, of Riddle, who
refusing to acknowledge the crime and
accept a term of fifteen years, insisted
upon a plea of not guilty. The trial
resulted m his conviction, and the de
fendant appealed to the Supreme Court
a new hearing.
second verdict against Riddle was ren
dered, and he was sent to the peniten
tiary. Year after vear passed, one
after another of the life convicts died,
and Riddle almost abandoned hope of
obtaining his freedom.
While Governor Taylor was seated
I would iell the mothers that kave
the care of small children that I have
found it is not atways needful to call
a physician when tha little ones are ill.
In the first place, a great deal of wateh
ful care is absolutely necessary. The
clothing, of course, is the first essential
point: "To be always comfortably
clothed and ready for the variable
changes of weather, we are apt to have 1
through this region.
I have learnedjthat ouions are a very
good remedy for colds: Take half a
dozen large onions, place them in a
piece of thick browu paper, well wet
with water to keep from burning, wrap
up well and ro;ist in hot ashes.
Another very good Temedy is salt
pork and onion, chopped up fine and
applied to the chest.
For sour mouth I use sulphur, by
putting itsniall portion on the tongue
every few minutes. It will be found
in hi. office to-day aVwoman walked valuable in cases ot diptheria.
Baltimore American correspondent hire's agreeable bin udersT Cowley.
Ml . ill 1
savs: ihe women are watcned over ov i , ,
0V,w,,i,: mwnKrnMupfuiu Ahandsouie woman is a
iiuuu num. in in a 1 1 eiimi I f. ituui
waited upon by negroes of their own '
sex, all of whom are natives of Egypt, ! a fishionable woman is always in
trained from infancy for this special iove with herself. Rochefoucauld.
fTll A. 11
service, inese negro women are tan
and robust, with an abundance of wool
ly hair, broad, fi it noses and black,
shining skin, in marked contrast to
the men, who are peculiarly shaped,
their stout, short disproportionately
long legs giving them a grotesque
Woman is last at the cross and earliest
at the grave. E. S. Barrett.
No man can either live piously or die
righteous without a wife. Richter.
All women are good good for noth-
The free use of glycerine is also very
(f. ui.'l in cn.li nij
IqVv aas uij v 1 1
bonietimes the little ones get very
sick with chills and fever, caused by au C
attack of worms. They are generally
speaking, the child's worst enemy. L
have found no remedy so goodas the
common burdock, and it is the iest of
most every farm. I take the leaves
and wilt them-in hot water and cover
all over the body until it sweats readily.
For weak kidneys, I use that noxious
weed, mullein, by making a weed tea
and letting them drink it three or four
times a day.
If you will try these remedies for the
children, and sometimes they are .very
ippearance. This is the more conspic- iug, or good for something. Cervantes.
Just read what people say
about them and if you wailj a
wagon conie quickly and buy
r toe, either for cash or on time.
Salisbuky, N. C.
St'pr.- 1st, 1SS0.
T.vo years ao I bought a very-light two
hrc Pui.lmnnx waoti of the Agent, Jim.
A, Boyilcn; have used it u.ar'y all the time
W'. have tried it severely in hauling saw
'"ianu other liiavv loads, and have not
nat to pv one cent lor repairs, I lHk
uPln the Pic.linont wagon as the bestThim-
'cjki'in wagon maile in the tiut.'. States.
W umber used in th.'in is most excel lent
M tlurronirhly well seasoned.
TlTHXKK 1'. TlIOMASOX.
Samriiukv, N. C.
Mg. 27th, issG
-Vlnut two years ajro I bought ol'Jno A
J?Je, aoiitj horse Piedmont waijon which
3tn in at: 1 1 serviie and no jiait of it
brokin or given away and conscqnent
'.v ' liauo nothing for repairs.
John I). 1Im,v.
IAIS1ICKY. N. C
Sept. :;d, issg.
months ago 1 bought of .John
Hiynen, a 2V in, h Thiml.h- Sk.-in Pied
ont wagon ami have used it pretty nvm h
a" tllC time and it b nmvnil ln lii-":i lirst-
- " r- : . .: ,
Nothing about it has given
and therefore it lias required no rc
T. A. Walton.
S.vi.itjicnT, N. C.
Sept. Sth. 188fi.
Months a0T bourbt of tho A wilt, in
a - J in I himble Skt-jn Piedmont
t!ieir4iglitt onediorse wagon I
'!)( If. in .i!ii..-t ..i.ftft 1
'ether with their descriptions, and it is
hisdntv to commit it to memorv. 1 lie
services that this body of fcdate troops
lias rendered to Texas are incalculable.
While alt New Mexico and Arizona
have been for years past overrun by
hostile Apaches the frontier of Texas
has never suffered. The manner in
which the rangers utterly exterminated
the Lepans and Kickapoos as well as
Jie toinanches is a lively reminder to
the Apaches and Navajoesjiot to cross
the Hio (I rande where it borders on the
Lone Star State.
Here is an incident which threatened
at one time to lead to serious inter
national complications. A young east
ern man named Conklin came down to
New Mexico in 18S0 and started a pa-i)5i-
at Socorro, fie was a nice young
fellow, and soon became very popular
simon" fehe few Americans in that
thoroughly Mexican town. On Christ
m as eve, 1S80, there was a kind of
-I 1 .: 1 Ul,l .lm I"1 iilrlin
Clilircn TesMvai ueiu, ol hiu v""n-"
was mauiger. While it was in pro
gress two young Mexicans namedrha,a
made themsetves very noisy in the
room, and as they refused to keep quiet
Conklin expelled them. One of them,
a young fellow about 23, got a revofver,
land as Conklin was going home with
-his wife one of the brothers pulled him
aside and the other shot him dead on
the spot. The murderers got off,
a'though the whole town turned out to
chase them. Nothing was heard of
either of them for several months. Une
dav Sergeant Ciillctt of Captain Bay-
A Remarkable Incident.
"Cover nay defensclcs head
With the shadow of thy wing."
A party of Northern tourists formed
part ot a large company gathered on
the de.k of an excursion steamer that
w.is moving slowly down the historic
Potomac one beautiful evening in the
summer of 1771. A gentleman, who
has since gained a national reputation
as an evangelist of song, and been de
lighting the party with a happy render
Inir of many famili ir hymns, the hist
being the sweet petition so dear to ev
ery Christum heart, "Jesus lover ot my
The singer cave the first two verses
vith much felitig, and a peculiar em-
Dhasis upon the concluding lines tnat
thrilled every heart. A hush had fall
en nnon the listeners that was not
broken for some seconds after the mu
sical notes had died away. then a
frentleman made his wav from the out
skirts of the crowd to the side of the
singer, and accosted him with, "Beg
vnnr n;irdnn straiisrer. but were you
jV. -7 -j i tyt
actively engaged in the late war?
"Yes sir, the man of song answered
courteously; '"I fought under Genera
'Well the first speaker continued
with sonitfthim? like a siirh. 1 did mv
firrhfinor ni Hi ntlipr sidf. and think
indeed I am quite sure, I was near you
one bright night eighteen years ago
this very month. It was very much
h a nhfiV as this. If I am not mis
taken, vou were on guard duty. We
of the South, had a sharp business on
hand, and you were one of the enemy.
1 crept near your post of duty, with my
murderous weapon in my hand; the
shadow hid me. 'A you paced back
and forth you were humming the tune
of the hymn yon have just sung. 1
raised my gun and aimed at your heart,
aWl had been seleeted by our company
for the workbecanse J was a sure shot.
Then out upon the night rang the
nous from the fact that they generally
travel upon small Arab horses, their
feet nearly touching the ground. In
the harem the women spend their time
in comparative idleness, the bath and
toilet filling the hours not allotted to
eating and sleeping. Some few of
them smoke cigarettes, and singing,
with a harp aecompaniaraent, is not
unusual. Their indolent natnres make
them averse to exercise, and they most
ly recline upon their divans. In fine
weather they are permitted to take a
drive, a certain nurnlier at a time. A
half-dozen carriages stop at the harem
in the early afternoon, and are filled
with occupants, four being the comple
ment -of each c.irriage. They wear very
thin lace veils, which permit any one
having '0(k sijht to distinguish their
features even at a considerable distance.
But one must be very careful in ap
proaching too near these veiled beau
ties, else he may receive a stroke from
the lash of the driver. One wonders
often why these women wear such thin
lace over their faces while the free
women of Constantinople, are muffled
in thick cotton veils, with ouly a small
hole for one eye. The harem carriages
ire mounted upoil heavy springs, paint
ed in vivid vermillion, and highly var
nished. They have golden ornaments
and are drawn by two horses. 1 he
driver is a eunuch, as are also the mount
ed o-nards. one at each door. VV hen
There was never a fair woman but
she mouths in a glass. Shakespeare.
The sweetest thing in life is the un
clouded welcome of a wife.- N P Willis.
All the reasonings of men are not
worth one sentiment of women. Vol
Handsome women without religion
are like flowers without perfume.
A world without women, would be
like unto a green-house without flowers.
Women are a new race, recreated
since the world received Christianity.
But one thing on earth is better than
the wife that is the mother. Leopolu
A passionate woman's love is always
overshadowed by her fear. George
Between a woman's "yes"' and "no" I
would not venture to stick a pin.
Earth has nothing more tender than
a woman's heart when it is the abode of 1
For where is any author in the world
Woman is the Sunday of man; not
into the apartment and presented the
Governor a petition for executive
clemency, signed by tho lessees and
every officer of the prison, who stated
that Riddle's long incarceration had
served the ends of justice. Accompa
nying the petition was a letter written
by the woman who bore it. After the
Governor had read the documents the
lady rose, and addressing him, said:
"Governor Taylor, when that man
was accused of murder I was engaged
to bo married to him. I did not believe
him guilty and did not break the en
gagement. During the two or three
years that the trial was pending 1 still
believed in him. Daring the eighteen j c"7i "uu
years of his confinement I have stuck ! ?Qod tor 8roTn ?P.le' lt V11.
to him. His parents have died. His
brothers and sisters are all dead except I
1. i: . i. r , rr-r i '
iisisici nihiini's out i esr. i ne people
whojvere interested in the case then
haveall forgotten him. I am the only
friend he has in the world. My life has
been wrapped up in him. I believe m him
. ,i i i j i 1 1 i I.
iiuu nave ioeu nun inrongii all tnese
long, weary years. 1 do not ask you
to think him an innocent man, but
for the sake of two lives that may yet
be happy, I emplore yon set him "free."
Without waiting to hear the Gov
ernor's decision she arose and left the
ohVe and the canitol.
When his Excel ency had cleared his
eves of tears he said to Bishon Gran-
berry: "Such devotion and constancy
I have never seen, and whatever Riddle
may have deserved, it does look like
that woman ouirht to have :i eh ineo sit.
m? necessary to call in a pnvsician.-
Fbrencc Summercille, in Farm and
When You Study, Study.
Lord Macaulav. the celebrated histo
rian, was a great student and when he
stndied, he studied. He used to get up
at 'five o clock, and study tiil nine or
en. He got so that he could read
Latin and Greek right off-hand the
same as yon can this. He had the
power of putting his whole mind on
his book. Many people put part of the
mind on their work, and the rest on
something else. But all this is wrong.
Play when you play: and when you
study, study. In study, all the facul
ties are needed; reason, to judge of what
you read; memory, to recollect it and
so with all the rest. Macaulay became
one of the most, distinguished writers
of his times, and it was mainly by dint
Attorney General Garland f:'vs that
- T , n I i I if
ue means to retire irom puniic me ar
die end of the present Administration.
de does .not .covet a seat on the Su- i
.ireni- Bench, and would not accept it hvhatevex it is that we do. and only
f it wereLoffered to hiru. JSeiv 1 ork
of this early habit of his, of putting his
entire mind at the disposufif the work
before him. All cannot study alike,
but we can all be deeply in earnest in
downright earnestness will cause us to
succeed in life.
he women visit the great bazaar, a teaches such beauty as a woman s eyes ?
kind of market where all sorts of wares
are sold, the carriages drive up in line
l.lf . i i. . ... ..... .I.e.
ueiore rue euu.iuce, u. K..i-- lis repose onlv, but his jov, the salt of
mount turnmcr their horses over to the , . . .. , ...
care ot tne an vers, anu accompany ux
his life. Michelet.
women through the bazaar.
Every thinker knows that the man
who would succeed must do more work
woman is born tor love, ana it is
impossible to turn her from seeking it.
Margaret b uller Ossoli.
A woman may be ugl ill shaped,
wicked, ignorant, silly and stupid, but
GOTtlomrn H I dne yon ti my that T Ihink I am entirely wcU of cm after 1. v inj
taken Switt'e -p.cif:c. I f.uvi! 4eeu troubled with it Tory little in my face aiuce laft epnnjf.
At the beginnin of eold weather last tail it made a Blight appearance, but wpt awy and
ua never returned. S. S. S. no doubt broke ii up: at least ii put my fystem.in Rood condition
and 1 imt well It also benefited my wife greatly in caw of sick headache, and made a perfect
tore f a brj-aking out on mv little three year ofl kiughter last unim r.
WatkionvUic, Ga., Feb. 13, IS16. lU:v. JAMKS V. M. JtORRIS.
Treatise on Clooa and Skin Dicase-- maUed free.
Thk Swit PEcrno Co.. TVrnwcr 3, Atlanta, Ga.
than he gets paid for, in every profes- hardly ever ridiculous. Louis Des- Aug. 28, 168G. ly
1 1 . A. . I .4. . . .. ..,.
sion, and traue. ueiahe n iui iuinru
that the man will do only $20 worth of
work a week because his salary is but
$20 a week, tor the simple reason that
he has never shown his employer that
he is worth more. We figure it that
an employe who means to succeed has
to do from ten to twenty per cent more
work than he gets actual pay for.
This he has to do until he reaches a
certain point, having reached that
point, he will find that by as much as
his income has increased, by so much
has the demand for the amount and in-
If the whole world were put into one
scale and my mother into the other, the
worM wouid kick the beam. Lord
There are only two beautiful things
in the world women and roses; and
only two sweet things women and
0, women ! in ordinary cases so mere
a mortal, how in the great and rare
events of life dost thou swell into the
pi ai i ii r
m tr rra - .
KOTlV 'li 1 HI1 JLUO Si U 1 ATI
ui liuiiioii a f uiitrstvt
:nt end varo rotorcd to je.u bi uao ot
A IiadiolCcrfcr Nerroasolit7,Orrcii
IViaBXIiflBl Pn Jih-.' r.l rV: in Yoannr aT
Ca AredMcn. 'J'pst.l forl;.TlitVcara in rr.rBT
RTpd and hrpr d n men to Oie Irll ejocto?
mnart and full ManiyS'reniythand Viaoroua ilsalth.
To thD3OTh0BUr froTn 1 ho nny obcnrodi'a.'''
rurochtaboot i7 Inlicrio, j"orar,0er-i:a
WorS, or too f mo J ndnJp-, tto a; that you can't us
TnrtRrD5-!hrrr.tr!7Tie-itor jrrccrtreri !, ana bcct.t
TA ti V rKAO". h )U;-?-M I'f-nnh UrJ-
a i-.s : . i;tr. n 01 ptcteaxiow nan
-tri i:i li.r : irouoist, Jr
i whoB only oa i-fcohlirf thslrt-fn. '
Unu. Tako CM RMET that OAS
.oKEU t.iotBamii. duel rnt rtm
wh tutection to -iuinj, cr eautc d.i
oriaconveniente in hit wbt Frdc
! einic rcdica.1 prlnipW By dirtrt
Influence it ff't i.-'.taout drier. Theun.l
wiecirr.:n5f l.-Tncn nf lift la flirn In i "a . till jttli a
becomes ceerTul aca npidi y fcsine both eep Lad
TBEATHLfT. C3 Hcsth. $3. Tr?o m.55. Zts. O
HARRIS REMEDY CO., fir C:nST?,
Sevj W.TtStrrt.BT..CTn ro.
RUPTORSO PCRSOSfS can havo FRCil Trial cf our Applianco. A:i tor Term.!
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tensity of his labor diminished. To angei : ouiwer ujwnw.
put this theory into tigures wesay tnat j Womeu have more strength in the r
a man receiving Z) a weeifnouiu ao
$30 worth of work; a man receiving
?30 a week should do 40 worth of
4i i ti r i 1 1 , ; ...
a.-, i inic
m "itis oi
eivc lutulcJ on it ut Unt&t
woihI sr.i tli.it v. 'uhjout any
HjMi.s. L. Ii. Vai.:o..-.
hn-'s compiiny of rangers, tlieu station
el at a little town called f.sleta, on the
PJo Grande, about six miles cast of EI
4-(!ov4-r ray 'li-niist'lis head
With lite shadow uf thy uin."
Your prayer was answered, I couldn't
tiro, after that. And there was no at
tack on your camp that night. I felt
autre when 1 bCanl von nai' mis even
ing, that vou were the man whose life
looks than we have in our laws; a. d
more power by their tears than we have
by our arguments. Saville.
A beautiful woman is a practical
poet; taming her savage mate, plant-
. I l ll 1 K . .1 n-,.1.1- mvll'l L J.......r lw.,t atnl riAlinili 111
IS tO Siiy, aOOUl COU WUIIU "J. viiv ih l,eilU-i UCM, ii-jjv; u vvjii m
stit fv his employer. Labor brings its U whom she approaches.- Emerson.
market value, and is seldom overpaid,
f tener underpaid. It is the experience,
work, and so on until, say, the salary
reaches 72, and then the laborer can
rivn himlf Komewhut of a rest, that
Misfortune sprinkles ashes on the
heart of the man, but falls like dew on
the head of the woman and brings
forth gems of strength of which she
herself h id no conscious possession. -Anna
the "Know-How," that brings the
money. Manufacturer Gazette.
Man wants but little here below,
But wants that little strong.
This is. especially true of purge. The
average man or woman does uot precisely
hanker for it. as a rule, but when taken,
wishes it to be prompt, sure and effective r , there are others who eppose
Hr PiArr' Peasant PursatlVC Pellets , eXISI., aua ii-c Jn
leave nothing to be desired in ioint of
efficacy, and yet their action is totally
f. ee from any unpleasant symptoms, or
disagreeable after-etTects. Purely vege
table, perfectly harmless.
There are s nue persons wno onp.?e
cipital puuishment simply bseansa it
A mitrailleuse is being tried in the
Austrian army which will fire 1.0C0
bullets in ninctv second
vp3 that are theoretu allv
ttrtA 5Ptl timn tally honest, but which
nr . lackimr in pmctical sens.. Hang
ing, they say, is barberou?. But it is
nol more so than murder. It is a mode
nf mi'iishment which has bu udopted
to discourage murder, and it is about the
best discourager yet nevr?ea. uki
CASH AGAINST CREDIT
Look to Your Interest.
One Dollar in casli or barter at J. Rovan Davis1 store, Mill Bridge, Kowaa
county, will uuy more goous liian one uouar ana nity cents on a creuit with
tho.se stores .wliicli sell on mortgage, lt you uon t neiieve it ti v one vear and MS
what vou will Ktve. Come and examine iny eelleut lice cf
Just received Dry aud Fancy Cccds, Shoes, Hats
I am now in reteirtt of the best Hue of
Ami especially the Prices.
Piece Goods, Hardware, &c.
Ever in stock, couiting of Syrups, Coffee, Bacon, Roller Mill Flour, Xevr
Orleans Raw Sugar, aal to any other things net mentioned. trcsh Cnr.dc
Sco t lor 1S"5. . wye iac ca:i. uespectiUiiy,
J. ROWAN DAVIS.