KLe Carolina Watchman.
5 - . 1
VOL XIX. THIRD SERIES.
Far worn-out," "rwtMlown," dcbimaicu
school teachers. miHtm-rt. CTmsttx hoi c
iMpm, ud orar-worked wtBiwn pcneraliy.
Of fctrwtonitJ ve tonics. It is not.". Cure-U,
bat admlntWy MlMls a rtnsrhjeis of l?srpce,
- Swc Oo for Oil tbOM
JLs. wknMM and Diseases peculiar to
Weaknesses and Diseuvs peculiar
r mnwerfuL imiera! n well
Uterine, tonic and nervine, anJ li.umrts viror
and atrentli to the whole system. It promptly
EES waaktieas of stomach inlijrf-stion. Motfr
law ireak back, nervous piostration. debility
and akaiulanwa. in either sex. favorite Prtv
asiiption is sold hr druvnrists under mir V"
n MMnt Rm wranner around bottle.
rrtee 91.00, or ! bottles for SS.OO.
rae treattse on utser..-s oi uiwn. imu
lllustrntod with colored plates and mv-
wood-ei it, sent Tor iu eenrs in smm 1.5.
as, Wnm.ns ihspkxsakt mibimi.
mo5, 3 Main Street. Buffalo. N. Y.
HCADACBEt ftflious IIaMjcae,
id Const ipatton. pnmipny cur
Dr. Pierces PefJct. Sc. a vial,
HICKORY, N. C.
CAN'T BE BEAT!
They stantl where thev ought
to, right square
AT THE F33NT!
It Was a Hard Fight But They
Have Won It !
Just read what people say
about them and if you want a
wagon come quickly and buy
one, cither for cash or on time.
Sai.imjcky. N. C.
Two years ago I lou-ht a very liyht two
Kara Piedmont wagon of lUe Agent, Jno.
A.. Bejden; have used it nearly ail the time
ee. have trietl it severely in liaulnijr saw
ors and other heavy loads, and have not
had to pay one cent for repairs. I 1 .k
apon the Piedmont wagon athe4et Thim
ble Skein wagon made in the United Stnjtes.
TU tinrtwr used in tltetn i most-exceljent
sad thoroughly well aeaaoned.
TuitNEa P. Thomao.
Salsbckt. N. C.
An-'. 27th. lee.
AUout two yeirs nn I Imught of Jno A.
Hoyden, aone "horse Piedmont wagon which
baa done much service aud no prut of it
has broken or given away and consequent
Iv it haa cost nothing for repairs.
Joun D. IIexlt. s
BALf5BCftT. X. C.
Sept. 3 1, 18C.
Eighteen months ago I bought of John
A. Boyden, a 2$ inch Thimble Skein Pied
mont Wagon and have used it pretty much
all tha.ttme and it has proved to Ik; a tir-t-rata
wagon. Nothing about it has given
. war and therefore it has required no re
T. A. Waltok.
Sai.isct:kt. N. C.
Sept. 8th. 1886.
18 months ajo I bouaht of the Ajgenjt, in
talisbury. a ti in Thimble Skein Piedmont
wagon their lightest one-horse wagon I
hare kept it in almost constant ue and
during the time hive hauled on it l least
7i loads of wood and tbafwithout any
breakage or repairs. L. R. Waltok.
One Brick House and lot, on the corner
f Fulton and Kerr streets, about one
acre in lot.
One Frame House and lot on Lee
One Frame House and lot on Main
AUo shares in N. C. R. R.
Enquire of Mrs. H. E. ami Miss Vic
toria Johnson at their home on Main
street. 40: tf
I can furnish carp
...targe or tm:Ul. ta any
auiintil y .for n oc!Une
poa4f. For terms. aUdress W. K. Kit A LEY Sal
saarr, N. C. 7:tf
WEAK IUN DEVELOPED
'iwn inn run in or nwr. It S-nlT fo innu
COUGHENOUfi i SHAVER,
FRESH MEAT AND ICE.
Tbe choicest BEEF the market atTords
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 offered in tins
market, many of them of the latest aud
most approved patents suitable for par
lors, dining rooms, stores, offices,ehurches,
school houses, shops and sitting rooms.
Laifee and small. Call and see them aud
near prices. J
Ms. Wm. BROWN.
rn acres or good land. 6 mil
nil from Salisbury, ca the Concord road
w w terms reasonable for cash.
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nw.w.wi -. T in.L iiimph i. no .flil.,M Ar nnmhn.
Q'. t"i -.MiirrT.ihHTinri r tr
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Cleanses the Nasal
tlon. He ah the
Sons. ' Bsstores
I th.3 Senses of Tast
: and Smell
TRY THE CURE
is a disease of the mucous memhrane.
geuerally originating: in the nasal pas
sages and maint inning its stronghold in
the heart. From this point it sends forth
a poi.oiioa virus into the stomach and
through the digestive organs, corrupting
i he blood and producing other trouble
some and daugeroua symptom?.
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A pmicle la ftppltel Into each nostril, and Is
ajrreeable. Price 50 cents ;it "lrujrist3: toy nuill
re-.rlst.eren, cents. ELY BUOS., i33 Greenwich
Street, New York.
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Of Plug Tobacco, ask your dealer foi
-T "Old Rip."
This .space is reserved for
VV. H. Reisner, The Jeweler.
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THE ONE PRICE STORES
Are still oflMm tls Largest aid Best Selected Stock of
At the Lowest Prices in Salisbury.
We are Heeeivins New
Big lot of Underwear, just in, at 25 cts:, to the best Lambs Wool.
OVERSHIRT8, 75 cts. to $1 75.
PURE WOOL SOCK.S, all color?, 25 cts.
New Stock of CARPETS, RUGS and HASSACKS.
NECKWEAR, enough for everybody, at prices that sell them.
Big Assortment of CLOTHING, DRY GOODS and NOTIONS.
HATS Boy's and Men's New Hats from 25 cts. up.
Brass Bound Buckets 25 cts.
Brooms for everybody, the biggest assortment in town, from 12$ to 40 cts.
Sugars, 6T, 1, Si and 10 cts., and lots of Good Things.
YOU CHEAP FOR
XLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN.
a pti nam
In all Cities, Towns .and
Villages in the Sout).
TOTAL ASSETS, - - $750,000 00.
J. ALLEN BROWif, Eesideot Agent, Salisbury, H. 0.
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ppymasaaassgi mi.'d to .
i u nueo.nte!7 rwr.-a rreir.f..cre:T
r-jfe ad fnUMjal; Strength f YjmSSrn HssJth.
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hSIS& -.SEMINAL PASTILLE
Unfailing Specific for Liver Disease.
SYMPTOMS KUmr m bad su in
lUiriUffffOi moth; tonrue coated
white or covered with a brawn for; pain in
me uhck. smex, or Jouits often
lor itneumaiiaia ; sour stomach ; j
appetite; sometimes nauaea and
bnud), or indlpestloa ; flatulency and .
eructations; bowels alternately oastlva
and lax ; headache ; loss of memory, with
a painful sensation of having failed to do
something which ought to have been done;
debility low spirits; a thick, yellow ap
pearance of the Ekln and eyes; a dry
cough; fever; restlessness; the twine is
scanty and high colored, and, if allowed to
ttand, deposits a sediment.
SiMMOrfS LIVER REGULATOR
Ik Renerally used in the South to arouse
the Torpid I J ver to a healthy action.
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BY J. J. BBUXER.
, ,.-r- $ 1
The Winston Ttria-City Daili, says :
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All the iron and steel for the Texw
State Capital at Austin was bought m
England at $175,000 leas than the same
could have been purchased for in this
country, duty included.
The Winston Ttcm-Ctty Daily says :
Professor Proctor figures that the
earth is shrinking alxut two inches a
year. That accounts lor the nervous
anxiety manifested by some people to
possess it while it is of some size.
The painting in the dome of the
capitol at Washington is the largest
in the world, and cost 50,000. The
unfinished frieze work at the base of
the dome is now being completed by
an Italian artist who is employed" bv
the government at ten dollars a day.
Those in charge sent a long way for a
It is- auiiuiuited thwt the oleomar
garine law will be severely handled by
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Miller in his coniinsr annual reuor.
Nobody complains of the license tax,
he says, save the retail dealers, and he
will recommend that this feature of the
law be modified as it is oppressive and
unjust under the existing condition.
It is claimed that the law has actual! v
worked in the interests of tl e oleomar
garine men whom it was de signed to
hurt. Government supervision and
stamps simply give an official indorse
ment to the article. The commissioner
says tne law n is been saccesstully en
forced but its workings are far different
in results trom wuat was anticipated
by the dairy men.
Rings in Trees.
Mr. R. W. Furras, an agent of the
U. S. Foresting Department, who has
given much attention to tl e age ox
trees, as indicated by ring, as well as
to the age at. which different species of
trees stop growing, says : Concentric
or annual rings, heretofore accfcptrd a
evidence, are not proof of the age cf
the tree. And iu support of this as
sertion mentions many ii stances of
trees known to have more rings than
years of growth, aud soni which had
iTewer rings than years of growth. The
variations are very considerable; some
trees producing from two to twelve
v it l
rings in a year, ana others producing
none. The trees east oi the Rocky
Mountains, or alon the shores of tlu
Atlantic, arc not so long-lived as those
on the Pacific
A TREIBL FIGHT.
Eight Lions and their Trainer Battling
in a Cage.
A London cable dispatch to the New
York oun says : Jvirly this morning
there was a fearful and exciting battle
iu the jubilee exhibition at Liverpool
Delmonico, the most plucky tamer of
beasts, h:ts been exciting the nerves of
the visitors for a lonr time by trifling
in a cage with three big forest lions
Five more lions, of a different kind,
but very big also, arrived from Africa
yesterday, and were put at once into
the big cage with the three already at
home there. They had no training
but Delmonico went in among them
and thrilled the crowd that filled the
menagerie by an unusually sensational
When he had done, Mile. Kora, hi
partner, went in with the lions and took
a little dog. I his was reteited four
times during the day, and the five new
lions were too much stunned by the
huge, noisy crowd about th m aud the
repeated visits of the lady, gentleman,
and dog, to think of anything else
Their astonishment had not worn off,
and they were still quiet when left
alone for the night by the attendants
at 10 o'clock.
Shortly after midnight, however, the
n I 1 1 1 t atl.l
menagerie was nuea wun a Trigiittui
roaring and snarling, and a servant
sleeping on the premises rushed in to
find the big iron cage rocking and the
eight lions fighting furiously, rolled up
into a huge dark ball from which the
blood-stained fur was flying in all di
rections. The huge beasts rolled over
and over, dashing madly against the
si-les of the cage aud biting pieces out
of each other with a ferocity that was
sickening. All the sights organized to
gratify man s fondness for lighting
would have seemed the tamest child s
play in comparison.
After awhile it became evident that
there were two distinct sides in the bat
tle, and the new arrivals were pitted at
unfair odds against the lions who had
been in possession. The efforts of the
servants to separate them only increas
ed the r lory, and at last he rushed off
for Detniouico, who was asleep uear I
ill Edge lane. The trainer arrived half
clad and found bis lions bleeding fear-
ftillv, but still fighting.
rati i .ii i .
ine uatne was narrowing down to a
duel between two of the biggest lionp,
which were rapidly biting each other to
pieces iri trie middle of tne cage, uc-
i& J Uttje ameneral,
and for a few seconds there would be a
wiW jlimblc of 8narHllg liom with a
garage crunching of teeh to tell how
the flesh was being torn. The ap
pearance of Delmonico with a red-
iron produced an effect, and all
the two chief combatanta stopped
fiflitinrr and nmtnY&A ciilloiilx- rlnm-n
lickioc their bloody wounds and snarl-
ins encourasrement to the two leaders. ,
On these in their rage hot iron was
useless, even when applied to raw flesh.
The lions responded to the burning sen
sation only by tearing away at each
other mo.ie fiercely.
k . -a . a at .
At last Delmonico, fearing lie would
lose bis two greatest actors, took a reso
lution which would probabWoot hare
occurred to any other man if the exis
tence of the entire animal creation had
been threatened. He entered the cage
half-clad as he was and shut himself in.
He next opened a door communicating
with a second cage and drove into it
like so many sheep the six lions that had
been looking on.
Meanwhile the other lions were still
fighting, although much weaker. Del
imrn iwr tempt to separate them were
useless. They paid not the slightest
attention to him, and although in
their struggles they dashed against
him, they were evidently unconscious
of his presence.
Before the tamer could form any plan
to separate them the fight ended of
itself. The big forest lion, who had
lieen defending his home against the
five strangers, rolled over on his back,
growled faintly and died as the other
seized him again by the throat. One
of the front legs was gnawed off com
pletely, a hind leg was chewed to a
uulp, all of the inane and most of the
neck was bitten awav, and the body was
covered with blood, as was the entire
cage. There was not on the dead lion
in unbitten wholepiece of skm large
enough to have made a glove. He
had fought for his rights just as long
as he had been able to work his teeth
The victor seemed at first inclined to
dash at the tamer and at the lions in the
neighboring cage, but he changed his
mind under Delmonico s eye, and after
a weak but triumphant roar over the
body of his victim he retired into a
corner and moaned over bis wounds.
Although conqueror, he was not to be
envied. His mane was gone and his
bodv looked as thtrasrh an especially
wicked harrow had been repeatedlv
1 ragged over it. Blood trickled from
a hundred ugly wounds, and there is
little hope that he will live. Curiouslv
enough, not one of the lions had its tail
bitten off in the frav, which seems to
indicate that some code of honor exists
among lions which prevents them from
making each other ridiculous even in
the deadliest combat.
The Widow's Daughter.
Detroit Free Press.
in tne winter ot ioo4, while a por
tion of my regiment, the 23th New
York Cavalry, was at Pleasant Valley,
A a 1. a l
lid., to obtain a reuxouat, worn was
received bv the post commander that a
Confederate scout named William Bax
ter, but who was known lo us as "Bil
ly Bowlegs," was on a visit to his mo
ther, who lived between the Potomac
at that point and a villiage in Virginia
called Union town. There were a num
ber of Col. Kane s "Buektaifs" scouting
for the Federals and making Pleasant
Valley their headquarters; and as 1 had
been detailed on several occasions for
cout service, and had made a good rec
ord, I was instructed to select five men
and cross the river and secure "Billy
dead or alive. The fact that he was at
home was fully established, and the
location of the farm house was known
a a 1
to two of the men who accompanied
me. We were ferried across the Poto
mac one evening at dusk, just where
the long highway bridge had ben
burned, and then we had a walk of
about eleven miles to make.
Billy Bowlegs" was a
fearless man and a handy shot, we
didn't figure that it needed five men to
capture him. I he country between
the river and Uniontown was then
overrun with bushwhackers and gner
HI las, and we anticipated more or less
trouble with them.
The scout had been twice captured
by the Federals, and he was described
to us as sleuder build, medium height
fair complexion and dark eyes. Enough
was known about his nerve to know
that he would not be taken alive if he
had any show to fight, and therefore as
we approached the house about mid
T a ..11
nignt iroui across a new we were anx
iously wondering how we should get
at hun. if we broke in we might and
probably would find him in bed. It
vsis a still, clear night, rather cold, and
we hung about for half an hour before
adopting a plan. Then we decided to
break in the doors.. wo.of us weut to
the front and two to the back door,
while the fifth mail stood ready to re
ceive the scout in case he dropped from
a second story window, supposed to be
in his bedroom.
We crept softly up, and at a signal
both doirs were burst -. No they
weren't! Neither of them gave an
inch under the pressure, and in response j
to the efforts we made a woman's voice
j "Who is it, and what's wanted?
! LLf xl. J i i 1
the door or wll breek it
"Wait one minuter
She struck a light, and we heard her
moving about, and in a cou pie of min
utes the front door opened and a gray
haired woman of 45 stood there with a
candle in her hand.
Union soldiers, eh? Come right
in, she said, smiling, as if glad to see
I posted three of the men around the
bouse and entered with the other, and
as soon as I was inside I said:
"Madam, we have come for vour son.
We know he is here. We shall take
him, dead or alive."
Oh, vou have come for Bill v. have
youT exclaimed a girl about 18 years
of age who came running down stairs
at that moment. "Excuse me, gentle
men, for not being fully, dressed, but
yon didn't send us any word.
one rauznea in a merrv wav. wniie
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he mother smiled good-naturedly. She
ad on a neat fitting calico dress, a
ribbon at her neck, and except thai -her
hair looked ''tumbled she looked as
well prepared as if she expected our
"Yes, Jennie, they want Billy, -said
he mother as she placed the ui wiMt on
"And we are bound to take him,
dead or alive!" I added in a loud voice,
uspecting the scout was within hear-
"Oh, how sorry: laughed the girl.
"If brother Billy had only known you
were coming! But he didn't, you see,
and so he went away at dark. He'll
never forgive himself, never."
"We must search the house, I said.
"Oh, certainly: Mammy you light
mother candle and I'll show the gen
tlemen around. Perhaps the sight
of Billy's old clothes would do them
Well, sir; we minted that house from
attic to cellar, and all we founl was an
old suit of Billy's clothes. The scout
had skipped, and the best 1 could do
was to apologize to mother and daugh
ter, accept a midnight luncheon at the
hands of the latter, and take the back
rack for the river. 1 11 own up, too,
hat I was "dead gone" on Jennie be
fore I left, and that I said to her, as 1
squeezed her hand at parting:
"When the war is over 1 m coming
to ask you to be my wife."
"And and 1 II s ly say y-e-s, she
whispered in my ear.
W e eot back to the ferry soon after
da light, and there met a Union farm
er living neighbor to the widow. W hen
he heard what we had been up to he
"Was the widow all alone?"
"No her daughter Jennie was there."
"Daughter Jennie? Describe her."
"Good looking girl of medium height,
black eves and hair, aud a sweet talker.
I m going back to- marry her after the
war is over.
"Bet vou a farm you don't. That
ar gal, Jennie, was nobody else but
a T a a a
that ar' scout Billy Bowlegs! He jist
jumped into some or ms mammy s
clothes, and you pig head couldn t see
He was right. I met Billy in liar
per's Ferry after the war and tie want
ed to know it I bed trafcen out the mar
riage license yet.
1. It ia mean. A boy of high moral
standing would almost as soon steal
sheep as to swear.
I. It is vulgar- altogether too low
for a decent boy.
3. It is cowardly implying a fear of
not being believed or obeyed.
4. It is ungentlemanly. A gentle
man, According to ebster. is a gen
teel man well bred, refined. Such i
man will no more swear than go into
the street to throw mud with a chim
5. It is indecent offensive to deli
cacy, and extremely unfit for human
6. It is foolish. "Wartt of deceucv
is want of sense."
7. It is abusive to the mind which
conceives, the tongue which utters
it, and to the person at whom it
8. It is venomous showing a boy'
heart to be a nest of vipers; ami every
time he swears one of them sticks ou
0. It is contemptible forfeiting the
respect of all the wise and good.
10. It is wicked violating the di
vine law, and provoking the displeasure
of him who will not hold him guiltless
who takes his name in vain. Haiti
An Indian Community.
The population of the Cherokee na-
1 I L t A AAA HI li
tion is aoout -,iav. a ue nauou com
prises 11.000,000 acres of some of the
finest land in the world. Of this 5,000,
000 are "occupied, and o,uuu,uuu are
leased to cattle syndicates. The Chero
kee country is rich in mineral resources
Some of the finest coal beds in the
country are now in process ot develop
ment. It is well wooded, well watered,
and is equally applicable to cattle rais
ing or agriculture. The land is held in
common. Any Cherokee citizen can
cultivate as much land as he feels like,
provided he does not infringe on the
claim of his neighbor. He can fence
in any amount of unoccupied domain
he desires to cultivate, but must leave
; a sp ice ot a quarter of a mile between
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bis fence and that of tne next piania-
tion. this vacant space is used as a
common for grazing and road purposes,
Words of Wisdom.
loves the man
Mirth ia the heat ph vsician for man s
Mildness of address and manner is by
nq, means an unimportant seasouincr to
If yon are terrible to many, then be
ware of many.
Not bv years, but by disposition, it
Wish to be what yon are, and con
sider nothing preferable.
The art of exalting lowliness and
giving greatness to little things is one
of the noblest functions of genius.
Let us help the fallen still, thoogh
they never pay us, and let t lend,
without expecting the usury of grati
tude. One of the original tendencies of the
human mind, fundamental and univer
sal, is the love of other people's priyat
The man to whom virtue is but the
ornament of character, something over C
and a not essential to it, not
yet a ma?-
Promise not twice to any roan the
service yon may be able to render him;
and be not loquacious if you wish to be
esteemed for your kindness.
Never hold any one bv the button
or the hand in order to be heard out.
or if people are un willing to hear vou.
yon had better hold your tongue than
There are many shifts and charges.
but if we stand still, and bide our time,
the current which was thin way to-day,
will set in an opposite direction to-morrow;
and if it should not do so, what is
hat to us ?
The bitterest tears shed over graves
are for words left unsaid and deeds left
undone. "She never knew how I loved
her." "He never knew what he was to
me. l til ways meant to make mora
of our friendship." Such words are the
poisoned arrows which cruel death
shoots backward at us from the door
of the sepulchre.
Where he Learned it.
He was a pretty little fellow, but it
wa his manners, not his looks, thai
attracted evervbodv clerks in th
stores, people in the horse cars, men.
women and children. A boy four years
old who, if any one said to him, "How
do you do?" answered. "I am well.
thanks," and if he had a request to
1 , MM- .
make, oe it of friend or stranger, began
it with "Ple:ise." And the beautv of it
was that the "thanks" and "please"
were such a matter of course to the
child that he never knew he was doing
anything at all noticeable.
"How cunning it is," said a showy
woman to his mother as they sat at the
public table of a hotel oneday, "to hear
the child thank tire waiters and say
'pLeW wften he wants anything. I
never saw anything so sweet. My
children have to be constantly told if
W sal a. a. . -
l want them to thank people. Hoar
well you must have taught him, that
he never forgets."
"He has always been accustomed to
it, said the mother. We have always
said 'please' to him when we wished
him to do anything, and have thanked
him. He knows no other way."
The showy woman looked as if she
did not need any further explanation of
the way in which habits are formed.
Probably you do not.- Widt Awake.
Ten Useful Maxims.
1. Never put off till to-morrow whnt
you can do to-day.
2. Never trouble others.
3. Never spend your money before
you have it.
4. Never buy what you do not want
because it is cheap.
5. Recollect that pride is more irk
some to be borne than either hunger,
thirst, or cold,
0. Never feast so that you will he
obliged to fast after it.
7. Nothing is felt troublesome that
is done willingly.
8. Never anticipate evil an imagin
ed calamity is always more painful than
the real one.
0. Always take hold of things by
their smooth handle.
10. Always count 10 before you
speak, if angry if greatly so, count
A Large Estate.
A broad land is this in which we
live, dotted so thickly with thrifty
cities, towns and villages ! Amid them
all, with ever-increasing popularity and
helpfulness, is Dr. Pierces Golden
Medical Discovery, giving hope and
cheer where there is disease and de
spair. Wherever there is humanity
there is suffering; wherever there is
suffering there u the best field for this
greatest American Remedy. Consump
tion (which is lungrscrofula), fields to
it. if employed in the early stages of
the disease: Chronic Nasal Catarrh,
j yields to it; Kidney and lavcr diseases,
t I J i... t If w,n want, lha B t
vrem w i . .
known remedy for all diseases of the
blood, , ask tor ir. rierce s vomer a -
cal Di-covery, and t ike no oiU.-.
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