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Honeymoon in a Hestanrant. i
. Caught in a Bad Trap.
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" Fowle! .-'
Three cheers forVowlc,and let the shout
Sweep ott from mount to sea;
Till notes of triumph rend the air, -Vrom
Pare, to Cherokee.
And when Tpvooibcr comes again,
- And drear winds round tts sigh?
We'll lay poor "Oliver" in the tomb
In olitt.de to lie.
i : Lumberton Rohemntan.
IfORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRACY.
Platform of Party Adopted in State
ConTcntion at Raleigh,
There has- no question they were ., imwriNt t
t'UM; Not'r fit tk
A WISS YOUXO.MAX SCCCUXBS QdCKLY
Steam, Air and Vacuumi PuinpSi "Vertical and
1 f ' i -
Tlie new, bfny'liiics fur mng ato
- t" ? 7u :v: M f ri notnrvtWbut wit
ith a pleasant face,' '
t ii i iTerrisou and l"r!i in lxinrp
S Of Vhich IMd - j ! t jJ-r'WcfV!M.l TvnfrnMl plush
scort was astout, (Ul)iam fol. f:l,-:v wurk. "
' si -
By reason of his skillful m incDrra? the color nd fresh
tai of every yariery ana capacity.
and irreat adroitness, ' aars the IJeimtt Wp,l coiihtrr. Her escort
r . .
JW Mr. Billing-i had Jkef to : manly-lo6kin chap, who would hanre i
Regular Horizontal Piston
'norhinsr. I tswrned td Me' with the other : as to .
It w on a Muf inornin: that iie wnirh woiuld climb the highest: lint H Th m f Ahinnable
I Kwew uruai paitvriis on- snrin
ace of 47 Without liccoining a . swwlf toibetter' advantage in ditterent w0vrna ro n urels .t artistic diesiffn.1
ict but in rtn unguarded moment ,; clothe.vfor his pantaloons, were much ) j piAias ami striiH s Vill aain ie worii.
v ---- i
discipline of a lifetime availed him wr;nkled lit " the knees, and each Je ' J,t more bv Vbil-ireii than irrosvn neo-
.-- - " ' ' '
Ufllorl infn ii r:inln with Miss lenie !ii nil , iinon5Cious of their! diemand that tha nutr falls r:i
I m-'- - Q--- i - V j- - r r t ' ;
!atdown ou the iienbcnchVan Mr.jnejofle bHhe'liicl side. I learned j Iewratea cpIIuWI letter oas and
JWlinga unwittingly uJ : V - j 'S . hi? Israel fronrthe lady herself, for. pjortfolios roJovdy pies il nw
WV acain congratulate the
North Carolina on the coutinued
mcnt of iicaccr good -government
general prosperity under f rambled on:
raiuistration of the affairs ot the Sftatc
- ,kis h.Q nnw been unbroken for so . uon i
people of nest in that old "apple tree. ' j
ed enjoy.j Mrv 13inugs T hut Billings,
went aud j scemjncJ to nave lapsed itito idiocy v
manyyeaM; upon the just and impartial ;-binl mater'
cniorrennJiiv mi wiv. !"" ,
ing'cffiieucv1 of our common school sys-1
tern, and tli progress made in popular j
education :upou the improvement nd!
enterprise manifested m all parts 01 ine
jitatc. We aain challenge a com pan
on between tnis state of things and fhe
outrages, crimes and scandals which at
tended Republican -.ascendancy in pur
hnrders. Wc nlcdze ourselvca to exert
in the future as in the past our best ef
ou 11 Ke to see
Oh, Mr. Billings; how yon do ta
4Rea Jv, Mi s McGinnis, I
VOh, Mr. Billings!
uNTo, bnt real lv,-Miss McGinn i, I'm
iu earnest; I love to 1 ' ' " ; r-
"Oh, you naughty man! And did
voii briog me out here to say this to
Hi iir Hi mm'
Ibrtsto promote the best inter-st of the ! me.-'. .U0- W.i Dmtngaj .
. people of all sections of th?Btate; Af- j -"Wliy, I only said that I Jored-r
rirminz our adherence ; to DemoGi-sitic M0h oh its all so sudden. What
principles as heretofore enunciated ,lu the . i
I - kiv ? ! " I I-nppje youll
J I oh.
just make me say ye3
Vhv, woman I"
4,I suppose I could be. ready in a
mth if von reallv insist ort it, dear
Itcsol ved. That no government has the
right to burden its people with taxes be
yond ' thc amount required to pay its
nccc.-sarv expenses and gradually extin
guish its public debt; and that whenever ! n)0
I he revenues, however rtcnveci, exceea:fio
ims amount, tncy snoiua ou n-uuLuu, i..ro Afjca" -
as to avoid a surplus in the treasury. ; 2 i-
Tbatanv system of taxation which ne- j "Hush, darlpig; some one is com
cessitates the pij-mcnt of a premium of ing." ! .
$370 by the government on each $1,000 And when their host and hostess a p
of its bonds, taken up with ; tha millions j weared Mss McGinniss blushed, land
mat wouia oinerwiseiiviuiuin nauua, - j-.,
and paid to bondholders who purchased w xX nc1 s;,
in many instances, at le?s than par, isj ,wf!:rf.nSaSeP- n - "
Jindemocraticl, oppressive and" iniquitous j And titllings hadn t the nerve to de
' and should he reformed. The course oi nv it -so thev Were married.
our Democratie Representatives in Con
gress, in their efforts to give relief to tne
people from burdensome internal revenue
and tariff j taxation, meets with the ap
proval of the '-Democratic, party of this
State and we respectfully recommend
that if they find it impossible to give to
our people all the relief demanded, they
-support any just and practical measure
presented in Congress that will afford n
partial relief from such existing burden.
Resolved. Thai while the details oftht
t methods hy Jflfhich the eunstitutiqnal
revenue tarifTshall be gradually reached
are subjects which the representatives
of our people at the national capital
must4e trusted to adjust, wis think-the
". customs duties bould be levied for tbi
-.'production of public revcuuc, and
the discriminstion in their adjustment
should ne such as will place the highest
raUt on-luxuries and the lowest on the
necessaries of life, distribute ns equally
as possible, the unavoidable burdens 1
taxation, and coufcr the greatest good
mi the greatest number.
Resolved. That we, as heretofore, fa
vor, and will uevcr cesicc to demand. the
unconditional abolition of the whole
internal revenue System, as a war tax.
not to be justified in times if peace.; as a
grievous, burden to our people and a
-source f aimoyHiiee in its practical
operations. We call the attention oftht
: . people of the State, to the
Where the Chickens Were.
"I does think; I got the trif'enest boy
dat ever lived-; in dis here country ,v
said an old negro who had met a white
What is the matter with him?'
"Oh, he ain't no 'count, dat's wJiatV
de matter with; hinv Come and tole
my chickens, be did, and sold Vmj an'
gin de money to my wife." I j
"It was wrong to steal the chickens."
. '-Yas, it wti2, and he knowd jdat.
Yas, he did; he knowd how wnz
'rested on ercount o' olem chickens
an tusk up 'fore de-Xutirfr, and hqw I
come mighty nigh goin erde penitei
tiary. lie knows that I had ter keep
dem chickens hid fer a mnnt and den
he come and steal em dat way
makes me mad ler . think dat er boy
will treat his daddv dat er way. Chij
lun fleze days ain't got no revunce
no how.. Come cr steal in' mv chick
"Where did you get the chickens?'
"Wh ir I git de chickens?"-"Y-cs."
. I - V
"What yon wanter come foolin' wi
me oat wav rurr is i uone von tn
pretensions "of th Republican - p irty i i
i : . . i a i ; a-
l7J":Lrr, luf: "TL". - Ia' ! harm dat von wanter come er slander
P' -HU'tvo) x l 'U it , Ml
tne Jtepuulu-ans in Congress are tax
ing their energies to obstruct all legisla
tion inaugurated by the representatives
. of the Democratic party to relieve
people of al 1 or a part of t his odious 4"sl em .
'"Resolved,-That the course of th Dem
ocratic party, in furtherance of populai
education, is a sufficient guaranty that
we favor the education ofthepeoit and
,we will promote and improve the rtfesent
educational advantages so far as.it can
beilone without! hurd'ening the people b
-excessive taxation. . -
'I raerelv asked vou-
Resolved, That to mecl an existing
evil, we will acept, for cVfurationaf nr
poses, from the I federal Covernnicnt a
pro rata share offt he surplus in its trea?
ry; Provided, f that it lw di-biirsed
through State agents and the. bill for the
distribution be free f-oni object iona hie
features. ! !
' Resolved, lhat the t inted States , be-1 Arkansas Trarehr.
ing one government and ours a national
party, wellenoiincc the eflVrt of the
jCenublicans to force sectional isniies in
Aingremi,nd elsewhere, and to promote j
"You merely wants ter slander me
dat's what yotj wants. Kain't r inai
hab cJiickens widont ,vou come roun
yere cusin him o stealiu' Vm?M
"I didn't say you stole them."
"Mour ez wen. Lome azen mt
whar I git ddm j chickens. Tse had
enuff tmuble 'bout 'em already wicjout
you comin' roun! trvin' to make ir.e
' feet bed. I-aint no fool dat Vou
niwum mine UL in aiv.it ci . t ilj ; c.
datr I's er honest man, an' I gwineto
hab you hick up fur slander tf yer
doan watch out what yer doin' No
wonder de cullud generman ain't got
no show in discountrv when de white
j folks all tryin' ter Krin' him down:!'
1 I ..I rn... I...
How a Few Drinks a Day Would run
up to Barrels in Tims. f
American Recorder. j
ow many drinks of whiskey do
j you average a day i said one gentle
man to another, ;is thev were enioyinu
a social glass at resort, on Cotton ave-
une yesterday afternoon.
"Oh, taking the vear round, 1 p r -
stmie my-average would Ik? about tm
extension of i a dav., ' ?
"And how lo 'g has this ljeen
I . r . ' . .1 '11 . 'II V .
MiKjeasion auu. ui-witi oetwecn tue peo
ple of the -different' sections of our torn
roon country". i
Resolved," That it is due to the people
of our eastern counties, who liave'.so
cheerfully borne their share of our com
mon hardens, that the present or some
equally effective system of county gorern
ment shall be maintained. " .
Resolved, Tluit the Democratic nartv
is opposed to any further "'extension ot
f he "Nofcncev law,, unless such-cxten-j
nioh shall have first been authorized by a !
m-.iiorit v of ihe "mi'ilifiwl t-Atr.rc :i,:.. :
fhe territorv to be affected thereby. j '""gt along for twenty year. I
Resolvetl that the Democratic r partv ! Ru'S3i Duk never hurt me any, and 1
has ever been the party of the workinir- j can attend to mv business jnst as. vyell
mankind has never fostered monopolies, ;is I ever could' i
cnoyiv me, contest in
heiug lietweeii ksKresatcd
ng to crushout all coiune
individual laborer, tho Democratic partv - thought alxmt that."
lion of capital, and SemS the .Jn " . d they d.d, .tnd
actment of laws that will bear equallv nere w Tesnlt of their -work.
upon all. g p i "Ten drinks a day would be seveutv
Resolved, Thafe a,s all taxation Wars j drinks a week, or! 3,050" drinks in a
nnWi T twentj years that would
.3 A.2 .-or, a fiirecx ueoeht : n- Ve t he enormous nnmUAf tft nm
West I "T v itiitril
in rnis country is isaia to be 0( to a
sailor. Then divide this 73.000 bv fiO
ODtHJSCS allV riAnnKiitim. V...1 ... . J M1 Ii-3 it .
- . nnnrcii irec .uiu tiu win iiuu inai you nave con-
AISS nndla friction safe.
of houcst labor. i T'vapsc There are on an average, 80 gallon to
Resolved, That ours being an agrjcul- -a l,:le, li2U by 30 and yon
5Si SliltW dnty a well as our find you have" drunk' Just
h :The old toner lked atthe figures
apa men hi nis tnend. and thn n-
. I vmii rvwn af-itarionf 1ry ...... .k.
this countrv .v' "Y
canital seek- i P0' y?n navearunK (luring that time?
tition. and Ihri 4 i m Sure I don t know. L never
t6 the workingraan, to keep the expense
of our public inUtitution nt.is.,
limit consistent Iwith wise and cflicicnt
.uauagciuent. me Democratic tmrtv
corner .chjiin at the table next to mine,
she said i "Don't t there darling
George; If want yon right by my side."
The obliging waiter then , gave then.
Seatf together, and stood mutely await
ing 'an )rder There were but few
guests in the room at that hour, but
the attentjon of all .became fixed upon
the interesting couple.
f "Whatji shall we eat love?M vd
George, with an enraptured look at hi
d'vinitv. " " 'r . ,
"Oh" I don't care what; - anything
you like best, dear. I just want to sit
and look tit you, you darling." '
"Yes, bat, my cherub,-you, know we
must eat !somethiiig.u
"WellJI should just like to eat you.
your darling sweet love," and uncop-
surronnnings, unconscious oi
but her devotion to her liege
threw her arms about his
rained kisses npoh hi3 face,
which thq young husband, nothing
loath, returned with interest. Chicago
Herald, i !
ana i woolen
Itfe Tell Yon Plainly
that Sinunon's Liver Regulator will rid you
of Dyspepsia, Headache, Constipation and
Billiousness, It will break up chills and
fever and jprcvent their return, and is a
complete antidote for all malarial joison
yet entirely free from quiniuo or calomel.
Try, it and you will be astonished at the
good' results of the genuine Simmons Liver
Hegulatoit, prepared by J. H. Zeiliti & (' .
j U . i
Things Done in a Minute.
A-ray hi light travels 11,100,000
miles in ia mjniite.
In thej United States the telephone
is used $95 times, the telegraph 136
times, ini'a-aiihute. j;
Iu a minute the lowest, sound lyoui
ear can catch has been made bv 900
vibrations,! while the highest (tone
reaches (yon after making 2 227,000
In each ininute in the United States,
night and, day, all the year round,
twentv-jfoiir barrels of beer; have gone
down 13,C9G throats, and 4,830 bush
els of grLiin have to come to bin.
Ill a minute an express train goes a
mil6, anji .r Pittsburg street car thirty
rods; ths fastest trotting hoise, 147 0
13 rods, arid an average pedestrian o!
the gcntjis iomo has got over sixteen
rods., ; f :' I"
Of tobacco, 923 pounds i.4 raised, and
part of it (ias been used in making 0,
G"i& cigars, and some of it h::s gone up
in th'e fhioke of 2,292 cigarettes, in tin
United States in one minute.
In a ijiihuti we are whirled around
on the ojuiside of ihe earth by its diur
nal j motion a distance- of thirteen
miles, aijtdj at tl e same time go along
with thd earth o i its journey around
the $un, lt080.
Every ijiihute 600 pounds of woo!
'row in this country, and we have to
lig 61 tois of anthracite coal and 200
tons pf bituminous coal, while of pig
iron we turn out 12 tons, and of stel
.ails 3. : I
i ilJotteu stniM's arc seen
designs in cotton, k
fabrics for spring wear.
j ! Large s reen-itk , shades ior piano
lamps are. made of ros:j ict:ilsof silk.
sewn on a pink foundation frame.
1 1 The finest "artistic judgment anil
taste is demanded ami displayed in the
color combinations of indoor toilets.
j Surplice waisis lapping ovsr
kide and forming a V "opuuing
iieek arc in favor for house drfe.-ses Of
Round waists and
are the features on the now sui
embroidered muslins for the
Some line specimens of hair
are seen iii thnew coiffures wjjiieh the
effort to iaJrotlnee the Psyche has
brought out- ' !j
)j Kinbriclered muslin gowns ajrc noiv
lnthc hands of the dressmakers, who
are making them up for the spring arid
summer trade. jj U
Canary yellow point d'espritjiand ac
cessories of black velvet an I jot ms
ii 1.. - ... ..... . ... .T !
i wry cuueiive ami
gown for a-dark brunette,
j This may be called a ribbon season,
so profuse is the use of ribbons or the
jiecoratiou of dinner, ball and opera
- ... ... 1 1
ana house and live o clock tea gowns.
jj The latest fad in. ba'l tissues
dauphine tulle in all tlelieate
with ; designs of flowers ant
wrought in colored silks and Japanese
tinsel threa ts.
A Pmiio la:nn on a black antiuuirr
, uuihs w Will most effectual v nrl.
vrtnee tne interests of mechanics nianu
fact irers and laborers. ,
. KMdved That the Dimocrocy of
;Nor.h4 Carolina, eordially approve the
5.admmntrationt. of Hon. Alfred M. Scah
os h ileit, patriotic and conservative '
marked: "Well, let's take one more,
and then I think I'll give mv stomach
a rest for a day or two. ..;
Kisolved, That tyhe ability wisdom, ' T?E Bw5T Salve in the world for
hon isty, patripUsm, iudepeudetice G&titl-, nru,se'- Sores, Ulcers, Salt. Rheum,
fulness to duty, and maulv courjgc of ! ;-Tctt Chapped Hands, Chi
JVcsident Cleveland have 'won tb .i
miratum of ill good men ; and the inter
f : of the eonnrn demand hl re-nomi-mnd
hX re. eleion. . , ;
The Bkst Salve in the world for Cuts
Cocji?, and all Skin .Eruption, and positive
ly cores rues, or no nav reo Hired t i.
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
t-nce vi cents nc iiot
T or Sale by E-lnttrA Co ' j .
- l?r . 1
; Is Consumption Incurable.
Read the following: 3Ir. C. H. Morris,
Newark, j Ark., says:" Was with down Ats
eess of Lungs, and friends and physician
pronounqed me an Incurable Con ump
tive. Began taking Dr- King's iNtw
Discovery for Consumption am now on
my third; bottle, and able to oversee the
work on my farm. It is the finest medi
cine ever made."
Jessie Middlcwart, Dec.it ur, Ohio,
says: "Had it not been for Dr. Kiug's
New Discovery for Consumption I would
have diet if Lung Troubles. Was givt n
up by doctors. Am now iu best of
health." ! Try it. Sample bottle free at
T. F. KhjUz & Co. Drug Store.
if Foraker Eebnked.
The Boston HeralJ, independent re
publican commenting on Gov Fora
ker's Uttifck on tlie loyalty of Mr.
ltiurman-s wue, savs: "it is com-.
pletely characteristic. Gov. Foraker's
instinetsj j evidently led him to war
upon wothen. It will be remembered
that the last time tie. protruded his nn
pleasantjpersonality upon the publicit
was to. nake a complaint of Mrs. Cleve
land, j )V1 en Gov. Foraker has a par
ticu'ar sjte against a man his impulse
seems to; be to gratify it by ass l ing
liis enemy's wile. Iu the absence of a
vyife, weiiuppose a mother or a daughr
ter or a f jster would do as welH This
Iiecnliarly chivarous representative of
modern politics is the firt one to select
.11 j f T im r 4
oiu aim jyoung lauies anKe ror pis op
poneatsj hnd to have his controversio
with tlje-tp in the face of the pul ic."
i I i Elsctric Bitters.
1 j !
This remedy is becoming so well known
and so popular as to need no special men-
All wno pave usea juiectnc iii tiers sing.
the same song of praise. A purer met i
t ion ci ne jdH s not exist and it is guaranteed
to.do all! tliatis claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the Liver and
Aiuucjn, j win icuiuic t iiupiris, uwiib
Salt Rheum and other affections causer
by impure bloods Malaria from the sys
tem andi prevent as well as cure all Ma
larial fevers. ror cure of Headache,
Consumption and Indigestion try Electric
Ui tiers--Entire satisfaction guaranteed,
or money! refunded. Price &0 cts. atid
$1,00 per bottle at T. F. Klu'ttz & Co.
The Democratic mayor of New Or
leans, has appointed fifteen colored
policeniep.- This is rather more sub
stantial recognition of the black man
than appointing him alternate delegate
wronght-ivon stand, iu pink glass, with
a large shulo of sill; or s.irlii rose
petals makes ;l lovely point of light in
algtildaml white furnished roorij.
jj Novelties in lamp shades arc huge
tulfps, lilies and call as of satin, stiffeiied
:ipd mohled into lh ; petal and! flower
form'i and exquisitely c dorevlj in nar
Hire's own tints by hV.-t-elas artists.
ilThe new silk cord embroidery outf
4 lined with Japane-egold thread is used
on slumber cus'iions. head rests, wall
banners, and a variety of objects' id
plush, silk, velvet, ? ilk satin, and silk
bolting cloth. j
Braided wire hair rolls are now used
to extend tiu puffs ami fullness de
manded by the latest fancies in the
Pompalour and L mis XVI. styles of
hair-dressing which tin hair dcalj-rs are
trying to establish and retain jis the
leading arrangement of the hair
The latest importations of bongalineS;
for spring wear ara fig a re-1 in
design), printed on grounds of i
i4us new color-!, and Ihe selvages on
one sido arc in block patterns of colors
that repeat those of the fabric, ii These
seivages are ma.le to form the ordcrs
of skirts and draperies. j
fNcwIguigaa-n. s it -en. nrale-i a-ul.
printed cotton gools are hcing initio
up for the next seaso i iu very pivtty.
simple ; styles, with full plaited over-
skirts Over under pipes, tho drapijng be
ing effected from the waist line Hnd
given easy sweep by :i slash thq over-
skirt on each side, show ing a panel of
the underskirt. ' i
Charming novelties in fancy! work
arc white celluloid whisk-brush holders;
tablets, shaving papL'i cases, card! cases;
toilet cushion cases, court plasteij casesi
porte mouehoirs, porte monnaiesj cigar
cases, sachet eases and catchalls; wash
bits and din-ries, decorated with 'hand-
painted designs and made up with nar
row ribbon and ribbosene. plush; satin
and velvet mounting. Y. Siin. .
The most simple" durable and rcifective
Pump in the market for Mines, Qijarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufactnring
purposes. 3FSend fo Catalogue.
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WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Jail on the undersigned at NO. 2, Granit
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Agent for the ''Cardwell Thresher.
Salisburv. N.-C, Juccjfth tf.
PIEDMONT AIR-IINE ROUTE
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
IN EFFECT SEPT. 4, 1887.
RichmonLaflfl Danville RailroaJ Ci
W. N. Division.
Passenger Sruin Schedule'..
Effective ilay 13th, 1SSS.
Train No. 5?.
Trains Run By
VxoPARKCR'8 OINCER TONIC trltbo.it dtay.
A rare nwdiciual ooiukiuhi iliatcuimhnaUeiM'faili.
Ilarunv) the worcteueo of Cough, Wrali Lantr-, A nth ma,
Inilipptioii, Inward I'MiiiK. Khiu.ttoii. ln.aiUhUi lor
liftrunmlism, Krnialc Weuknoiv, aiul all patiiii aiil dl
cjtkis tl tbe Stotnaeb and Howtia. Aoc kl CruKjoit
Tne safort. Kurestand tert cur forComn, Bunions, 4-.?
P;oii all train. Euiair" oomfort to lh" l--t. Never ail
to c-jr. lft tntitj In-utbu. ll&cot ti Co., N. Y.
B .VITAL TR GENERATOR
NERVE TONIU removes Hll consequences ot
foil; ut except; renbwn the enorffT, cour&sn and Tirfor
of ToutU. Cumi wekknn of mind and body; Nrrou
Debitiijr. Spinal Kxliutin. Lott Manhood, eto. A
por,rlui iiwous invignrator u4 retrcorat We . purtl.v
a!tn frod. BAKEK 1'jbltL CO Box 101. buffalo. N. Y.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
Jbtalned.and all othei business in tho t'.S. Patent i
orti)e aitcDtlcd to for Moderate Ft rs. i
uuroftlce is opposite tlie I'. S. Potent -Office, and
.ve can obtain Patents iu less time tban iiiobt re
mote from Washington.
Send Model or drawing. We advise as to patent
ibilli-.v free of cbaige; &nd make .Xotftctrne uniciue
Ibt'iin 1'atci.t. ' ',
Weiefer her to the Postmaster, the Snpt.of
Money Order Div.. and to nmctalor ihe I'. S. Pat- !
'.nt oftlce. Forcircular. advice, teims and refer-1
nccs to actual client sin your ow n fst.otr or county
vritcto C. A, SNOW ii CO.
Opposite Patent omce, WashlugUn b. C.
Oct. si. '85. tf
the last half centurv.
flow an I'uln'kjf Fellow YVaa Purnaed by
the llrmuiH !' AUvrnlty.
J am the most uafortuu ate fcljbw in
the world," sail a man wlmse pk'rijist
en t bail luck had jriveu him a iort of
' hat is your latestyetroke of mis-
fortunell' s.m.e one asked. !
t'Whr, last summer I rented the sec
ond, storv of a hnue in a verv cheerful
part of town, and :ii'.vr signing ajlease
had begun to o mcratulute niyslf
wlicn some fellow started a Tiirkish
bath ou i the ground lloor, with t ltd
swfeat-box immediatclv under iny .-it-
ng-roojn. Well, sir, I actually thought
wej would moll, but we stood it, en
couraged by the fact that when iwinier
should come, we would ha put t no ex
pense for coal. 1 did not thi.i that
weicould live thr.ui.j i A'tga-it. bjit w.t.
pulled through after l.i:i in rej flesh
thain cotdt! hut well f eared. Whh th--newsnaiier.s
-ix-gan their annual; howl
against ihe coal d atcrs. my wifojatnl I
laiiffhcdi We were otit of the clutches
of the dealer. The ther.iiomcter might
cut its zeroc:ipei;8, but our room uonld
be warm. Alas: ;
fAny thing go wrtng?!' . ii
MWclK i- Ab.ut the time the mer-
5 .... . f i $a
cury fU to zero tne jnii-niai fellow
down sta':r. in d hi bath avvaj. and
as the nioney winch would havo been
ouri coal allowance liad lnvm perit, we
were left to freeze. Ye, 1 am th most;
unfortunate fellow in the world, li Ar
-4-A ea-gixen jrlassvase has rceeutly
been found in Bolgn-. It l:vs ail
what thee bnteh'Ta will. pu t huz
Lives there a man with soul so dead
who never to himself has said,! 4I1I
pay before I go to bel, the debt ! owe
the printer;" yes there are spviie we
know full well, who never such
would tell, hnt they we fear will)
-rwell, a place where there's no
ter.! . lb
the world during
.Not least amoiiK
tha wonders of inventive progress i a
method and system of work that can be
performed all over the country -without
separating the workers from their homes.
Pay liberal; any one can do the work;
either sex, young or old; no special abil
ity required. Capital not needed; you
are started free. Cut this out and return
to us and we will send yon freet some
thing of great value and importance to
you, that will start you in business which
will bring you iu more money right
away, than anything else iu the world.
G and outfit free. Address Trve & Co.,
. TUTQ A VT7U "nr bo found m filo tt Ge.
lUO lTaXiiXW r. Roweil Oo1 . KewMpi
Alv-rtlsln ISort'UUdO Spruce Ski. vh-v drtlsina
. loiifrmt may b uuIb for It IN NEW OKIi,
: Visit Cedar Cove Nurseries,
Which are now by odds the largest, best
conducted and well stocked withthernost
reliable fruits of any nursery in the State.
Contains more reliable acclimated varie
ties of Apples, Peaches, Pears, Cherries,
Grapes, and all other fruits for orchard
and garden planting. We have no eom-
Eetition as to extent of grounds nnd
eautifnlly grown trees and vines of all
desirable ages and sizes We can. and
will please you in stock. Your orders
ohcited. Prices reasonable. . Descrip
tive catalogue sent free. Address
N. W. CRAFT,
Shore. Yadkin County. X. C.
l.v. New yrk
Ar. i'hapel Hill
High Ptilnf -
i.v. viLiiit i
" llisrh Point
" Chapel Hill
" Drake's Branch .
" Keysvtlle ;
14 Lynchbnrg . I
New York i
"2 38 '
I.r 00 a. m. Bostoa
4 30 p. til. New Tork
9 18 Baitiiiore
i03 a.m. Lynchburg
8 03 Danville
s 10 p. m. Golbsitjro
1 45 a. iu. Kalelgfc
t li Durhapi "
10 30 PaTil
is 3s- -nooY-L
!' oa a in
Q ' '
13 a. a
10 44 jMa, :
i S 40
! .2 31
' 3 4
, C 25
: ' 2
1 S 0 -2
: 9 11
! 3 03
Dallj-. Daily, except Sunday.
On train no so and 51. Pullman Kuffet Sleeper
between Atlanta and New York.
On trains S2 and 3, Pullman BufTet Sleeper be
tween Wafchlnpton and Montgomery; Washington
and Augusta. Pullman Sleeuei between'TUchniond
and Greensboro. Pullman Sleeper between reens
1)oroand Kaletph. Pullman I'ailer Car between
Salisbury and Knoxville
Through tickets on sale al Principle stations, to
For ratesand information, apply to any asrent of
Ihe Company, or to
Sol. Haas, Traffic Manager.
J. S. Potts, Div. J'a. Agt.
W.'A. Turk, Div. Pam. Ag't .
Jas. L Taylor, Gen. Pas. Jgt.
11 23 a ia.
Ar '12 12 noon
12 s6 p. m.
1 it t
4 40 "
Hot SpTlji Ks 7
5 4-1 pT'in.
1 1 1) '
7 30 .I 'm.
11 10 a.m. Indlan.io.H
6:5 .111. culc.ajfdj
1 3o St. P.iui j
n p.,m. sr. I.ouw
7 lo a. ui. KsnsisCflt-v
I 25 , '
. 1 IS
i- p. m.
12 19 noon
u-1 r a. m.
4 13 a. m.
."fl . p. m.
4 r.o p. m.
r;o j). m.
" . Bl.
IVIurph Branch. ,
Daily except SUNDAY
TRAIN NO is ! TRAIS Xfn! 4
Kitttn iave .vHieviiie Arr"nBi-
10 25 - n uajnrbliile
. ? 2 p m t burlesMin . . 10 15.
3 05 Jafrfttsj......... Leave ::-"" .
A, Sc fi Roa.l.
Dally except SUNDAY
TRAIN ??0 18 j TRAf0U
3 60 p. m Leave spartinburg Anlve i
7 17 Arrive Ilendersonulle .sst.
Asaevillle Leave 6 18 r.
73th meridian time used to Hot Springs.
tolh .. .. 4 west of licit Spring!
rullman Slee.pei slw;t ween Washington & Satebaif
' .. Richmond & (JrerBsAeft
.. .. .. j Raleigh i f;rcenfer
i Knoxviue 4 ujtusviur
.. Parlor Cars .
TOS. L. TAYLOK, O. P. A.
Salisbury i Kncxnlle f
niAUl I HcAViirdedlire thosetdw
BlIUnL I read this and ihcnactHher
will find honorable cploj'nwnt tlintwili
not take them from tjheir honiepBdfenH '
ilies. The.prolits are large and sure fcr
every 'industrious person, many have
made, and are now making several iuir
dred dollars a monfhl. It is easy for aiy
one to make So and upwards mt daft
who is wiilins. to work. Either fex,
young or old; capital -.not needed;
start you. r-verythitig new. oppecuij
ability required; youj reader, can do itlai
well as any one. Write-to us nt once fcf .
full particulars. ! which we mail frefe.,
Address StinsoiHt Cc, Portland, Maiue.
"iMrs. ,T. P. Newman, the Me'
tst bishop 3 wife, advocates the;
cure. -- :- 1
Land Sale !
OX Mondav. July 21, 1888. at the
Court-houie dxr in the town of S tlisbnry,
at the hour of 12 m.. I will sell to tlie
highest bidder, for cash, that part of the
lot now occupied y A. h. Young, in the
town, of Salisbury, not included in his.
homestead, heretofore laid .off and assign
fed to him, it being the half of the Raid lot
known as the north-west half, adjoining
jheloi of Mrs. J. M. MeCorkle, on Inni
street in the said town. The lot to be sold
Include one-half ol thejlwelling house
on the same., ' m
)! This sale is by ordeVof the U S. District
Oourt, ind to satislV certain indmenls in
lavor 01 .u. ij. noiuies and-UJ?. Baker,
Tini)cketcd in ihe county of Rowan.
ta on ffleln PktlailrlpTtla 1 i
' tialii Aenrr of rltr.
W AVER frOM " O.ortxtd wata.
l''fi.i!il.uryt X. 0..
Atigue lu Itanlruptey and '
1 YQ pk
71 vm -.bp imi-- , - b t -1 23.:-
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to liepiitiluan eoinc.ition.
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