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VOL XVIII, THIED SERIES.
SALISBUEY H. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBEE 20, 1887.
v-r "worn-out" "rundown." tlctmitawa
hool teachers, milliners, seamstress's, hou?e
Erl and over-worked wo;non JPnMy.
Dftercc's Favorite Prescription is the best
& iaiitSoratl vc tonics. It is not a " Cunsoll,"
?,ut admirably ulfilli a sin-lneM of Purpose,
'"nfa most potent Specific for all those
Chronic Wcirkocsscs and Diseases peculiar to
women It is -a. powerful, general as well as
uterine, tonic and nervine, and imparts vigtir
mi strength to tlie whole system. It promptly
cures wealine63 of stomach, indigestion, bloat
in? weak back, nervous pi-ostration. debility
ml sleeplessness, in oither sex. Favorite Pro
scription 13 sold by dnunrists under our pi
tm auarantff.. Sec wrapper around bottle.
Price $1.00, or six bottles lor $5.00.
A larjre treatise on Diseases of women, pro
fusely illuwratod with colored plates and nu
merous wood-cuts, sent for 10 cents in stamps.
Address. World's Dispknsary MEDICAL
Association, 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.
SICK HE ABA OBI F, Ililious Headache,
and Constipation, promptly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pellets. 25c a vial,
- by drugg i&ts.
HICKORY, N. C.
CAN'T BE BEAT !
They stand where they ought
to, right square
AT THE FR3NT !
It Was a Hard Fight But They
Have Won It!
Just read what
about them and if
you want a
come quickly unci buy
one. either for cash or on time.
Salisbury, N. C.
Sept. 1st, 18S0.
Two years ag 1 bought a very light two
liors Piedmont wagon of the Agent, Jno.
A. Boyden; have used it near'y all the time
since, have tried it severely in hauling saw
o:s and other heavy loads, and have not
hd to pnv one ceut for repairs. I look
upon the Piedmont wagon asth best Thim
ble Skein wagon made in the United States.
The timber ued in them is most excellent
and thoroughly well seasoned.
TcttNEit P. Thomason.
Salisbuht. N. C.
Aug. 27th. 1886
About two years njo I bought of Jno. A.
R is den. a one horse Piedmont wagon which
xi d.iie much service and no part of it
has broken or given away and consequent
h it has cost nothing for repairs.
John D. IIexly.
- SALissncnv. N. -C.
Sept. 3d, 1886.
Eighteen months aco I bought of Jhn
A.Bnvden, a 2i iacli Thimble Skein Pied
mont wagou and have used it pretty mnch
... . . I 1 1 41 .
all the time anu ll nas proven iu oe a uri-
rate wagon. Nothing about it has given
.trtv and therelorc it Has required no re
pairs. T. A. Walton.
Salisbury, N. C.
Sept. 8th, 1886.
18 months ago I bought "of the Agent, in
Salisbury, a 21 in Thimble Skein Piedmont
WMiin-their li-'htest one-horse wagon I
Save kept it in almost constant use and
during the time hive hauled on it at lenfct
75 loads of wood and that without any
breakage or repairs. h. U. Waltox.
One Brick House and lot, on the corner
nf Fulton and Kerr streets, about, one
sicre in lot.
fn Frame House and lot on Lee
On Frame House and lot on Main
AUo shares iu N. C- R- R-
Kimuirc of Mrs.--H. E. and Miss Vic-
Ton i a Johnson at their home on Main
G ISMAH CARP:-
I can lurnlsh carp
.lai k- or small, in any
quantity. tor si ocKing
ponds. For terms, address W. R
sbury, N. C.
p a trsof th.nu .is boo
.Km., i nn tnWCT'ingsd-
ln t)t to inoat-
ri. , . will n hnt tHr 1 no wrideno of hnmhog
i E no HTtde
Iki1 tli . (n thp -otitmry. thg ifort isors or WTt
irrnlr. i.in nil nertinoliir. ty xldr-wlma JMB
COUGHEHOUR & SHAYER,
FRESH MEAT AND ICE.
mi i i. Iinm-r I . mm 1
iue cnoicesi or.cr me mancet anorus
always on hand. 50:3m
STOVES AND HEATERS.-
COOK STOVES AND RANGES.
I have the best and prettist lot of Coal
and Wood Stoves eVer o tiered in this
market, many of them of the latest and
most approved paterus .suitable for par
lore, dining rooms, stores, otfices,churehes,
school houses, shops and sittiug rooms.
Larse and small. Call aud see them aud
49:1m. Wm. BROWN.
ACRES n()d lanl, 0 mile
from Sitli6bury, cn the Concord road
terms reasonable foreash.
More Goods Than Room
KLUTTZ P RENDLEMAN'S.
We have now ready trie-largest Stock ;
of FALL and WIXTElt GOODS, we have
ever offered, and at prices, that to see j
it,nm ia V . , . , . T. x . mm,, - 1... f . t
Our Imported Cashmers arc the best we
have ever offered to the trade.
Big stock of Saconcand Dress Flannels,
Tricots, Henriettas and all kind of Dress
Fabrics. Piaid and Brocaded Cashmeres,
all wool filling, in all colors at 12$ cts.
Ginghams, the best assortment in town
at e. 8J and 10 cts.
Pant Goods, Jeans. Twesds and Cash
meres, from 10 cts. per yard to the fiuest
Underwear, in Ladies' and Men's, from
2o cts, to the finest Lambs-Wool.
Red, All-Wool Knit Shirts, at unheard
of low prices of 65 cts. and up.
We have the BIGGEST STOCK of good things to eat in town, at low
prices. Come and see us before you buy or sell, as we -buy your produce for
CASH or BARTER and sell you at the
The Taxes for the present year being
due, notice is hereby given to the lax
payers of Rowan county, that I 'will at
tend at the following times and places for
the purpose of collecting the same. All
persons concerned are earnestly request
ed to meet me promptly and pay their
Franklin Academy, Monday, Oct. 10th.
Unity, Bailey's Store, Tuesday, Uct.
Scotch Irish, Mt. .Vernon, Wednesday,
Mt. Ulla, Sherrill's, Thursday, Oct. 13.
Steele, Blackmer, Friday, Oct. 14.
Salisbury, Saturday, Uct. 15.
umua Lrrove, flionuay, oci. i.
Atwiell, Enochville, Tuesday, Oct. IS.
Atwjell, Coleman's, Wednesday, Oct. 19.
Iocke, Gibsons, Thursday, Oct. 20.
Thifd Creek, Friday, Oct. 21.
Salisbury, Saturday, Oct. 22.
Providence, Newsom's Store, Monday,
Morgans. Pool town, Tuesday, Oct., 2o.
Morgans, Millcrtown, Wednesday, Oct,
Gold Hill, Thursday, Oct. 2.
Litaker, Bostiau's X ltoads Friday,
Salisbury, Saturday. Oct. 29.
C. C. KRTPER,
- Sheriff of Rowan.
Just received a nice line of
Rhine Stone Combs, M ana Hair
M PRICES that will astonish you.
Call and see them and
W. LI. KEISNIiR,
Subscribe for the
A ME Company.
In all Cities, Towns and
Villages in the South.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Resident Agent, Salisbury, N. 0.
SMT.lacfcaiiM MM Ji
' 'L -it inial ImBm nnuaimnn M
k T Tk
of whom took a full tMftt I
rc-ti to nealta Vf ua oi y
A P&Bm Ccro f or Nerroos Debilltj. Orctffli
fr&pM Mml co I roco7 in Toaae or il
ila Axed Men. Tested f or Eioht Yeaxa ia I
ttomani cases ihej absolutely nrtflra p-nma:creI7
sad and broken down men to the foil onjoyrnant or
MM. uhI VI ) ja
ioinoto wnoiruuer irora tnr muny wkutou
Vroosht ahont by Indiscretion. Kxntmarm,Owm Draia
tors, ortoorroo taaniirenra, waiuuu
mnr fiamn with RtBtpmunt of voir trouble.
1c that roa sen
r trouble, and
THIA L PACK AO 1 1 lW.v,nrith Ilhsst'd ParcphJet.-o.
RUPTURSO PERSONV can havo FREE
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taaa waro tesiq
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Clothing for everybody at prices that
can't be beat.
Big stock of Boy's Clothing, from 5 to
13 years. Pauls 50 cts. up, Suits $2.00
Domestics, Bleached and Brown, 5, 6,
7, 7i, 8, 9 and 10 cts.
Calicos, 5, 61, 7 and 8 cts.
Jerseys at prices that sell them fast,
and more than 200 of them.
Carpets, we have more than 20 pieces
of the prettiest and best wearing Carpets
ever offered at prices from 20 cts. 75 cts.
Lots of Rugs.
Shoes, for everybody, all qualities and
sizes, from 35 cts. to the finest French
LOWEST PRICES to be had.
Compare this with your purchase :
As you value health, perhaps life, examine each
package and be sure you get the Genuine. See
the red Z Trade-Mark and the full title
on front of Wrapper, and on the aide
the seal and signature of J. H. ZeUln A
Co., as in the ubove fac- simile. Remember thr
itnoother genuine Simmons Liver Regulator.
Cleanses the Nasal
tion. Heals tire
the Senses of Taste
TRY THE CURE
is a disease of the mucous membrane,
generally originating in the nasal pas
sages anu maintaining its strongnolu in
the head. From this point it seuds forth
a poisonous virusinto the stomach and
thrangh the digestive organs, corrupting
ihc blood and producing other trouble
some and dangerous symptoms.
A particle is appllc 1 into each nostril, and is
agreeable. Price so cents iit itrugrglsts; by mall
rsterert, o cents. ELY BiOS., ia5 Greenwich
Street, New York.
William C. Coast
- - $750,000 00.
tun iur urn (rouoiea, i
ATOld ttio RIMMI at I
and all Quacks,
bleed their vic-
tiius. lui k SORE Ran eot that oxa
HpD thoaoBodj, fiw not Interfere
wiih oacntion to bunoea. or cuuemia
v-noao onij rara ia to
ipplication to the Kt ofdlataae in ipceifte
'cn pc-.f nuae nwateat prtFeiplet.
By a ; reel
tooencc ll m'i vitaoot caj
on s of lai h nman oiptaifm restore
nimatins element of life are ciren hock, the
cheerful and rapidly gain both crenph aud ttaji
TBEATMEHT. Oao Hath, g m XolSS. tires, 7
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mrs Chemists,
Trial of our Appliance . Ask for Tarrnal
SOet( IT . Tenth Street. eT.lrOOTS. KO.
MULTIUS XMIll M.BICI.C- njij
mar lhv au ruu"1 m
BY JT. J. BECNKR.
Tbe first snow of the season fell at
Utiea, N. Y., Oct. 12th.
A ten line advertisement inserted
once in all the papers of the United
States would only cost 10,000.
The total sales of leaf tobacco at
. j Lynch burg, Va., for 1887 were 33,500,-
000 pounds, a decrease from last year
of 23 per cent.
"Both in Massachusetts and Ohio,
Democrats are making a fight to win
squarely on Democratic principles with
out shuffling or evasion' In ninety
nine .cases out of one hundred t his kmd
of a fight means a winding fight.
Party No. 8 lias entered the politi
cal field in New York. It is called
the "Personal Liberty Party" and its h
issue is Sunday beer drinking, or the
opening of saloons from 2 p. in. until
midnight Sunday. It is also Republi
The first suit toward the enforce-
ment of the civil service law in Massa
chusetts is about to be prosecuted, the
action being against the mayor of Hav
erhill for giving preference to a civillian
over an ex-soldier in the appointment
of a patrolman.
The Presidential party, on their
southward flight, stopped in Sioux City,
and visited the corn festival. They
were greatly pleased with the many
beautiful things they saw, made from
corn and various other products of the
At last week's election in Alfred
Centre, N. Y., the first under the new
incorporation, ten women cast votes
KU I CICVVIUU vxuvvrin ilvviivu iul in,
declaring that the legal opinions gath
ered and published by counsel foi
the woman's suffrage party had con
vinced them of the legal right of wo
men to vote.
The Captain of the seized American
ship, Bridgewater, at Shelburne, N. S.,
huet refused to 'clear hie vessel for a
foreign port on the conditions stipu
lated by the department of customs
He not only refuses to pay the ex-
peases connectea witn tue seizure or
the vessel, but demands clearance pa
pers to another Cauadiau port, and un
less the customs authorities allow him
to clear his ship when and where.' he
pleases, he threatens to bring action
against the Government
The Little Southern Soldier Boy.
George Wilson was just ten years of
age, still in "knickerbockers' and had
but recently entered into the dignits of
short hair, his mother, after much .per-
suasion, having hnally consented to
the cutting of his flaxen curls, in which
the sunshine was wont to tangle f&elf.
He was a bright, active boy, thorough-
ly alive to the momentous events of the
times in which he lived and a general
After the battle, he was among the
first at the bulletin board, to learn its
result, and many a time as the heart
rending scream of a wife or nut her
i 1 i A v
echoed the announcement or a name
reported "killed," the little fellow, child
though he was would seem beside him
Onedavhe and his "factatum." as
his colored bov. Frank, was called, met
in solemn conclave, and decided to run
awav. and follow the army. Being too
voung to enlist, they decided upon the
novfd nlan ot becommsr markers, or
messengers, in fact anything by which
they could reach the army.
George's parents were refugees in the
upper portion of South Carolina, and
the camp to which the boys proposed
croinur was on the sea-coast, near
Charleston, in order to reach which
necessitated many miles of travel
!Cirher distance nor the lack of monev.
however, daunted them; and so one
hritrht moraine George put a chance of
clothes in his green baize school-satch-
el, and Frank tied his in a red bandana
hanHk-prrhiPf which was his mothpr
ehiftf trlorr. and the two set out on
Knowing that they would be discov-
ered in the attempt to board the train
which left the small town, they walked
to the next station, a distance of five
miles, and as the train was leaving the
depot jumped on the rear platform.
At the South the stations are quite re
mote from each other, and the conduc
tors, after closing the rear door, seldom
open it until the next station is reached.
In this way the boys made the ent m
trip, and reached the desired haven.
By the time they arrived their appe
tites were in pretty keen condition,
having exhausted all of the biscuit and
bits of ham which Were sandwiched
between their clothing. The teams
ters and servants of the officers gave
them something to eat, and George wa
just negotiating with a captain for the
position of marker, when General Ch-
per, who had been a life-long friend
' to his family approached and said,
"Why, beorge Wilson, what are you
doing here, so tar away
Does vour mother know
i i m m i t
that you are
Now George had always been noted
for telling the truth, but on this occa
sion flatly denied that his name was
uGeorge Wilscn," and pretended not to
know the general. Soon, however,
Frank made his appearance and George ,
seeing that f :rther deception was use
less, begged the general to give him a
place. This of coarse was refused.
beneral Capers telegraphed bis distract
ed parents, and placing tlie two run
aways under guard until they could be
sent home, he questioned them as to
their intentions. George tola what his
ambition was, and Frank with both
hands down in his pockets, and every
tooth in his head showing, said, "I wuz
gwine to jine de cavalry, Mas' Gineral,
data w at 1 run d away fur; but 1 specs
git a lashin from mammy wVn I gits
They arrived at home on the day of
the capture of Columbia, and in the ex
citement of the hour George (in whose
breast the military ardor was not yet
extinguished) again left for the scene
He joined a command as marker, in a
North Carolina regiment, and during
the last battle of the war, which was
fought in North Carolina, as he was
standing with his little red flag in his
hand, a man just in front of him was
shot down. Ia an instant the little
soldier boy threw away his flag, seized
the gun and fought art day, tin m near
its close, when a strav bullet struck
him in the breast and he fell. A sol
dier in his rear, who had a son about
his age, picked the wounded boy up in
his arms, and carried him from the
A surgeon was called, but the case
was hopeless, and as the little fellow
lay upon the rude hospital bed, with
the death damp rti his golden tresses,
and a deep, earnest meaning in the
depths of his blue eyes, he said to the
soldier who had rMrne him trotn the
it- i lit- m . i
field, uMy name is George Wilson; my
father is in the Army or Virginia, but
my mother is in Anderson, bouth Car
olina; I want you to write to mamma
and ask her to forgive me for running
away, but tell her I did my duty as my
boy heart told me to do. 1 could not
4av at home and think of mv father
md brothers riskinc their lives for me
An(j now" said he as his pulse grew
weaker and weaker, "and now," hold-
nig out ins iiuuu io uiKe me paper up-
.! ll 'IS il . 1
on which the soldier, through
blinding tears, was writing,
that, and let me kiss it, so that my dar
ling mother shall receive my last kiss.
As he kissed it, and handed it back to
the faithful soldier, the blue eyes clos
ed, and the little soldier boy went to
answer the roll-call in heaven. Mrs.
F. G. de Fontaine
Troublesome Company, Sometimes.
We have been having company at
our house for a week past. It, or she
has gone now, and we are so absolutely
ana unteigneaiy nappy in consequence
thereof that we have been having a
little jollification this evening. The
children were allowed to sit up an hour
longer than usual, ana l made them
some pop corn balls and taffy.
Mrs. Dane opened the piauo and sang
as she has not sung tor a year,aud said
never a word when I smoked two cigars
in the parlor
This is not very flattering to the
"company but it is ' the Gospel truth
all the same.
We are fond of company, my wife
and I. We have a pretty little home
a well trained servant, and live in one
of Boston's prettiest suburbs, so we al
ways have various ways ot amusing
our friends. But the company just de-
parted was not to be amused. She
came on Monday morning withou
the little cour-
tesy of informing us of her intended
arrival. She is not an intimate friend
of the family, and simply made our
house a stopping place as a matter of
convenience to herself. This would
have been all right had she not made
herself a source of infinite inconven
ience to all of us.
My wife greeted her with great kind
ness "and cordiality and took her at once
to our spare chamber, aud a chamber it
i. i . .
is good enough tor any one
not, however, an electric bell,
wife has in it a small silver hand bell.
and our Sally is sure to hear the bell if
the visitor will kindly step to the door
s and ring it in tne nan. mis iact was
explained to the visitor.
I r 1 1 a J
My wire nau just come uown stairs
when the belt rang sharply. &ally went
up; oauy came uown.
uThe lady would like a piece of cas
tile soap instead of that in the room.
She says she uses only castile." There
was no castile soap in the house, and
Sally was sent out tor some. My wife
'Td like a common crash towel,"
i i at
ri it 1
said our visitor. a never use any
other kind." The
towel was taken up
a little bit of soda to put in the water.
I always put a mere pinch in my wash
Sally had returned by this time, and
she took up the soda and castile soap.
She came down and said : "She wants
to know if she can have blankets in
stead of sheets on her bed on account
of her rheumatics."
The blankets, were sent np. Sally
had just reached the lower hall wbeii
tie bell rang again. Sally went
i i .
Sally came down. Sally looked
ry. "What is it?" we asked
Vl Qfl ma ff f'll-rt fist" knw KaaIt Uaaaai mm si
avr itrv, .un u lift UiU IV if ll I , UilU. ? i l W
wants me to put her false froit in 3 VV kuf iJOing clerk who wasat
crimps. I won't do it." tentively sucking the end of a yard-
won't Jo it."
to Sail v's honor and glory
,fr, f, Tw!
that she didn
The bell rang seventeen times that
forenoon, and here are
causes thereof: Our visitor wanted
the bed aired, the room newly swept,
the mirror polished, the window sash
raised, the window sash lowered, the
furniture changed about, writing ma
terials, her letter posted, and divers
At dinner she wanted tea when we
tad coffee, and warm bread when we
had cold. She said that there was too
much salt in the soup, and too little in
the cravv. She obiected to oenrjer in
anything, and asked for pie tor desert
when we had guddmg.
Our sitting room wa3 too hot; then
it was too cold. The baby cried and
gave the guest a headache. My wife
applied remedies, and the patient made
a pretence of fainting.
ouch a week as it was ! That wo
man made us all utterly miserable.
Try the juice of a lemon in a cup of
trong coffee without sugar as a remedy
or sick headache.
If you are troubled with headache,
ry the simultaneous application of
hot water to the feet and back of the
rf soft clothes dipped in hot water
and applied to the eruption caused by
poison ivy does not kill it, sugar of lead
A peck of powdered charcoal in shal-
ow dishes in a cellar will absorb much
of the bad smell, and a bushel of lime
much of its dampness.
For evident reasons nurses in a sitk
room should not sit or stand too near
the patient, and above all things they
should avoid talking when leaning over
a sick person.
To clean looking-glasses: Sponge
down the glass with gum and water,
equal parts, then dust down with whi-
ti.'g and finish with an old soft silk
Take plenty of sleep during sleeping
hours. Spend at least eight hours in
the bed, and take care during cold
weather that the temperature of the
bedroom is maintaned at 50 degrees
Iodide of potassium is said to quickly
relieve the dull headache so often ac-
companying an ordinarv cold in the
head. 1 wo grains may be dissolved in
a glassful of wate which is to be taken
in little sips during half an hour.
For burns apply the white of an
egg and sweet oil, equal parts, beaten
together. You may know the fire is
out when the burned flesh turns red
and quits running water. When the
fire is out scorch a Hnen rag, grease it
with mutton tallow, and bind it on
to heal the burn.
It is the general belief that an egg
is equal to one quarter pound of meat
and that every sick person can eat eggs
Not so. Many, especially those of
nervous or billions temperament, own
not eat tnem, and to such, eggs are
injurious. Another fallacy in regard
to diet is, that because milk is an im
portant article of food it must be forced
upon a patient. Food that a person
cannot endure will not cure.
She Was Used to Babies,
AND NOW SHE KEVEB AWAKENS
TO SEE THEM LAUGH.
"Say," said a woman wearing a faded
yellow dress, as she came out of
western Dakota house which stood
near the road, as we drove up, "you
didn t see no young uns down the
road, I reckon? "No." "Couple o
mine missin' again, I guess," and she
surveyed a good sized flock who were
playing around the house. "Or, hold
on, I guess there aiu t either." She
began singling them out with her fin
ger, saying: "One, two, three stan
still, vou brats, till I count you four
five come back here here, Ophelia, til
yer counted six, seven, eight, an' two
at school makes ten, aud the babv is
'leven, and two out'n the field is thir
teen. All right, stranger, they re al
here. I 'lowed two or three o' 'em had
lit out, but the census is correct!
"You have a large family, madam.'
"Lawks, family till you can't rest! An
sav. do vou know what s a fact, cen I
men, when them fust one, Sheridan
he's out n the field shuckm corn now
when he was a baby what d'ye think
me an' thejld man used to do to him?"
"Give it up." "Used to wake him up
to see him laugh! Yes, sir; regular
thing every time he went to sleep!
Sometimes one big fool of us an' some
times the other would sneak up an'
chuck him under the chin and say:
' W ake ut oo toosy wootsy, an laugh
J oo cunnin' 'ittle laugh for oo paph!'
Didn't never wake Op any of the other
twelve? Well, hardly, stranger we
know a powerful sight morn we did.
Here, Washington, quit hurtin' yer
little sister or 1 11 give you a switchin j
you' remember till yer 100 years old !" i
Chicago Tribune. I
Two Go 3d Ones.
T. C. Evaus' State sville Letter to the
By the way a chronic grumbler.
8Pea,nK bgS ws in town to-day;
he:0mplaii el of everything, and finally
" P'rtUS lookingyoting clerk who was at-
xenuveiv sucking the end of a yard-
ed that Lor chgkn, too,
Hog cholera ! said ti e fellow. MI
can cure that easy. Only give them
plenty of nole root saved all of mine
Now a wag who was present follow-
ed the joke to the next store, and sure
enough, he began in the same rein
complaining there. There never was
the like of hog cholera, he said, it was
fairly ruining things in his section,
and to the wag who meekly said lie
had heard of poke root as a sure cure
he fairly laughed defiance, declaring he
had tried it and lost every hog he had.
Now what ought to be done with Such
Dido& ever hear of Senator Vance'
pullingfhe Hon. Josiah Turner's coat
tail atMorganton in 1860? It was in
this wise as Ir. Turner himself relates
it. Says he :
"I W5is invited with Henry K. Nash
and others to Morganton to open the
campaign. Mr. Nash went through
the country. I took the cars. At
Company Shops a federal Captain and
a private soldier got aboard. The sol
dier was drunk. The captain ordered
him to the second class car but he re
fused to go, saying that he was a New
York democrat, but the captain was s
Massachusetts republican and that they
were only sending them to Morganton
to scare the white folks into voting
with the negroes, etc., etc. At Mor
ganton a large multitude of people had
MMM bled around the speaker s stand
and on it satseveral of our moat promi
nent oraiors, Vance -jura Henry Iv.
Wash among them. A tm U
regiment was drawn up in line and en
circled the crowd. When it came Mr
time to speak I was iust citintr the inci
dent of the federal captain, and the
soldier, and had remarked that doubt-
ess they were both there in that line
before me, when I felt some one on
he stand pulling at my coat tail,
looked around and it was Vance.
uH-s-s-h h-s-s-h," said he. But again
facing the crowd I shoutedT1 Vance let
go my coat tail ! I'll tell it if all the
t. i aa i . .
artillery or bell and Gettysburg were
here to silence me 1" - Thai brought
yell yankees and all -after the
peaking the federal commander de
i red an introduction. By invitation
we took oysters together at Mr. Mo
Rebuke with soft words and hard arg
Services and kindness neglected make
He that brings the most of use into
his life lives the longest.
Never run into debt unless"you see
plainly a way to get out again.
Live by the day; you will have daily
trials and strength accordingly.
The brave man is an inspiration to
the weak, and compels them, as it were,
to follow him.
It is not only arrogant, but it is profli
gate for a man to disregard the world's
opinion of himself.
There are words that strike even
harder than blows, and men may speak
daggers though they use none.
Let us so use the moments of the life
that is passing that they may win for
us a life that will never end.
The gamesome humor of children
should rather be encouraged to keep up
their spirits and improve their strength
and health, than to be curbed or re
strained. Be content to travel as you are able.
lJie oak springs from the acorn and
does not become a tree at once. The
mushroom springs up in a night. But
what is a mushroom? Remember there
must be time to grow.
Said General Oglethorpe to Wesley,
"I never forgive.' "Then I hope, sir,"
said Wesley, "you never sin. Lord
Bacon said : "He that cannot forgive
others breaks down the bridge over
which he must pass himself."'
m. MA mm WW VW ITIIiri
The necessity of always turning to
the right was fully demonstrated yea--terday
evening by a collision of two
buggies on Craven street. Two young
gentlemen were in one buggy and two
young ladies in the other. The young
men turned to the right but the ladies
turned to the left and brought about the
collision, which, fortunately for the
ladies, resulted in upsetting the buggy
of the young men wno were not in fault.
No one was hurt and no damage of any
consequence done, but such carelessness
might at sometime result seriously.
New Berne Journal
When a threatening lung disorder,
Shows its first proclivity
Do not let it cross the border
Quell it with activity.
Many a patient, young or olden,
Owes a qui i k recovery
All t.. Dr. Peirce's Golden