VOL. XXn,-THIRD SERIES
SALIspTJRY. H. C.. THURSDAY, JAHUABY, 15, 1891.
Tne Picket Guar J.
f BY ETHEL1N ELIOT JlEEr.Tj -
ulnnVthe Potomac' they say,
'Expect now and theu a .stray picket
Is sh.it, us he walks on ms ueut
Is now offering
Dealer and Undertaker
ira SALISBURY. !
the Largest and Best Assorted Stock ofj Furhi
tiiie ever brought to tins place. - ' ;
" ' 'PAPPOR UITS!
JK.l.'air Qica-h rir.il. at StCGO. Foirnir
V -Silk -Plush "dt $r,0.C0. ..Former price,
fGO.OO. ; ; - ' .
'"Wool PLubh at $3..00. Former price,
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Wilcox ar.d "SVl.it Cij.ai s ai d" Dec her
Bios., Chkkcrinj. & S.-r,s ai.d "Whielock
pi tmos. -
PED KOOM fcUlTSI
Antique Oak, Antique A he, Cherry anil
Walnut at prins that dei'j ccn:i ttititn.
A I.AUG E STOCK
Of Cl.aiis, talifO-i Uiofii- cl nil Kiics
Spring Beds, AVoik Tabjcs for Ladic,
Pictures ai d Piturc Fij-.inc y - le
ami -quality always iii"s-tik, or will be
made to order on tl.ort i.otice at reason
able prices. "
"IF I COULD BE YOUSG AGAIN !"
C. S. Rice in Ilural New Yorker.
Fa Fxperimext Stations. If I
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I could throw on o-f c.uuuy , x u,h n.i.e vour ironing, board two or
and Intake ruy farm practical. y .an experi-. in h
been accustomed to, ami see if it does
Cut stale brea I into' small squares
and fry brown in hot lard. Thus pre
pared they make a fashionable and np
petizing addition to soup.
"Tis nothing, a private or two, now and st.;tion If a niau expects to
Vik-not count in the tens of the bat
. . BABY CAP1UAGPS' '"
A 'Urge stock' of Bala Cania-(S with
wire whci Is $7 )0. , ,
bjlk Plusdt Stat :,i:uTiithi I'aifisol Car
liacs wilh iic v. licils at only $lo.0.
Foiintil hold foi St,2.o0.
PFPAPTy FKP !
Si rial at tent ion uiwn to i;r d 1 t;."kirir
ill diours dav
in an its 0: aneliis. at a
.rt;o vri-'lrinj; "v ei ivii ce ot niuht will
Tall at " njv i residence on Bank street, in
Thanking my fihrrV- rrd ti e' - pub're
generally for past j-ril rcrf j-c and a sking a
" Youra frixi'ns to nlci"',
G-. W.WRIGHT, ;
j- c a ding F u r n t c r c D e i 3 r
Xt an officer lost-otily one of the men
Mourning out, all alone the death rat
' tie.- ' ' ;
All tiuiet alons the Potomac to-night
HVhere the soldiers lie peacefully
i dreaming; ' '
Their tents; in the rays of the clear all
ium u moon, , -Ortlip.
licht of the watch-ares, arc
'; gleamihg. j
A tremulous sigD, the gentle night
wind. s , i .
Though the forest leaves softly is
creeping; . . j
"While stars up above, with their, ghttjer-
eves ? i
. Keep'guard for thearpiy isskepiug.
There's; only the sound of the Tpne sen-
trv'.s tread , , L
Ashe'trauips from the rocl to he
; fountain, :
As he thinks of the two in thejow trun-
! die bed, i. '
Far away in the cot on the mountain.
His niusket falls slack; his face, dark and
grim, , ,
Qiows gentlo with memories tender,
As he mutters a prayer for the children
For their mother aiay Heaven defend
her! , . .
The moon seems to shine just as brightly
as then j
Leaned up to his lips when low-niur-
Were pledged to be ever -unbroken.
Then drawing his sleeves roughly yer
He dashes oil' tears that are welling.
Aud gathers his gun up closer 10 us
As if to keep down the heart sw elling.
He passed the fountaiiV, the blasted pine
The fooisteps lagging and weary,'
Yet onward he goes, through the broad
" belt of light,
Toward the shade of the forest so
Ilark! was it the night. wind that rustled
' the leaver?
"Was it the moonlight so wouderously
ihtshiu? . .
It looked like a rifle. "Ha! Mary, good
; bv!M - .,
And tiie life-blood is ebbing tnd plash
ing. All .quiet along the Potomac tonight
Xo sound save the rush oi the liver;
StlCCetU as H larmci ire umab uc luuupj
trions. If a farmer wishes to accutn
ulatt property he must be economical.
But industry and. economy combined
will not insure successful farm man
agement. Sound judgement is indis
pei.sible in a first-class farmer. Cor
rect judgment depends on ability to
observe and compare. Observation
and comparison, like other powers of
mind, are susceptable of cultivation
and the young farmer will act Wisely
iii pursueing a course calculated to de
velop these useful faculties with which
nature has. endowed f'.im. How cau
thibedone? By making his farm
practically an expsiimeiit station.
Very little expenditure of time, labor
or money will be required to make ex
periments sufficiently accurate to pro re
of great valu in farm practice. An
! hour's thought will" suggest 20 useful
experiments that may be commenced
during the hrst year ot rami manage
ment. To begin such a course is to
While soft falls the daw
o:l du'y fo ever.
! . AT ' .- J i
W-r xTfrnrnr? 0 1T1 TT VJTIH' k TiTJn 1
i I B I 'I'T 7 AT H E4' IU 1 1 1 14' 1 fk V K
IiiU 11 Li ' W. lllillJliMlMll U;
DOlJBLE STORES mms,
WW FALL AND WINTER GOODS
; . : ; IN SALISBURY ;
"1 wiNTirft shoes.
Jn all the! Shades and Fa
brics of the Coming Sea
Farm, FiehUiml Stockman.
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Will il'lUIW llliu 11 l-i cijr j,'icro
nnt to go intothe cellar on ,t cold, win
ter's d-iv, and gft a .vtpply of tine ap
jiles for thchiidren's much and the
jeveningy? ie-i'ti Hut the question
that ccnxies hrst to mind, when consid
eringthe orchard, is, when phall we
seyit out, spring or lalr' Un this
ciAietion li.)rticulluri?ts differ. We
tiink the best time for setting out
trees is when we get ready, either
spring or fall. Don't put it off. .
We prefer fall for Kansas and the
South, under certain conditions. If
tbe'ground is dry in the fa, and not
eiiougli moisture- to keep, the roots
damp, it-should be put off until spring,
HS-wuen winter sets in with a dry,
hard freeze, without any inoislure to
siistain the tree, it is very apt to die.
Hut a fall like the present one, when
there is an over supply of moisture,
there is no fear of this.
. Our first reason for setting out an
orchard in the fill is, we have more
time to do it; secondly, the-nursei y
man has more time; is not overcrowd
ed with orders; the consequence is vou
Tho T- V ir-ndp in The Largest and De&t
4 n n..A c.m.n trtWn from 1 Kfct a better grade of trees and in bet
j " , - i 6lsl.)e. third, the soil becomes set
Meats to be hkd, Canned the finest Kid and Calf , . : , n . , t .
IW1NTKU CLOTHING, Fruits, Aleuts and Vege- hand-sewed matte, oowa
This! is now oneji for in- tables of alt kinds at old . to the cheapest made, of
pecii6n it is handsome prices, and 4heChoicest All Leather, at the very
jind' at prices to suit the Teas, Coffees inld Cocoas ' Lowest of all Rock Bot-
froni'maiiYclmies, 1 torn Prices, j
offer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to the
.'..- nTT'P O
to ell Vou gooGS .cnr,A.i.
before ydu oaiy as .we, mean
for caslv or barter..
Yours .to servo,- " .
-. Regulators qf low prices
i nl ! riies. I owns an
i . . r. .-..1.1.
Villages m tne douih.
TOTL ASSETS; :
n (1 :
P POPES BPQWM
WM. C. CO ART
ulisl)ury, N. C.
ready for the spring rains
Iii the spring in this latitude and
th South, witii our frequent rains,
we have to wait until the buds" begin
to swell before the groivnd is tit to set
t.I -FwUi: Xvrili.it is different,
out an orchard and the wet .weather
ran us into April before the ground
wT: in order to set a tree, iiimi it
turned dry and the tree had no oun
roots started to draw ui moisture ana
ldt over half of them. It we had
,f thm in the fall the ruins in leb-
rnarv aud March would have started
them t( growing nnd tbey would Have
stood the dry weatrer better.
One reason why pinners miss it m
settingirees in the fall l, Jhfy com
mence planting too early; v e iiitens
to i-ei out a few hundred trees and now
t is the last of .November and we h.ive
not our trees: bought. W e s-iw trees
delivered in Emporia the t sr of Octo
ber, that wa had had the lead's sir pp-
..d nfT f,)i- some time. 1 nose trees w.ll
Qe vt-rv apt to die. Wait, until
tree sheds' its. le tve and the is;ip
one down. 1 hen get your trees
set them out.
Mound the earth up mumi
trunk p;??lit or ten UK hes, and
will hare noixouble. "1
W do not want to b? uhdeiHtood
as saying that if it is toi la f to st
out trees this year to wait urjtil next
fall, but to ge. ready and 8 1 the i iu
n -o;ing. ; J.lt. Cftr-TviS".
Lyon Co.. Kansas. j
awaken interest, xo walch progress
and Bote result:, is to cultivate those
cess of a farmer hugely depend". fi
map of the farm as accurate as pil
ule' without actual sarvey and lneasur
ment, should Le made, and on this aud
in a notebook provided for the pur-
pose, Ciireful records of all experiments
and of the management ofeach held
should be kept. A ttew urap may b-
made each year, (he oldme being pie-
served for reference. Planning and
.midnctincr exnerime4s vear ' by year
0 , . .
and keepinjj a care to I record ot tlie
sam-j will be verysuiv to develop abil
ity and establislliabiN of ob.f rration
and comparison in themsl vts of prime
value to ji fain maiger. l-peciall V
will this btrue if the young farmer
occasionally attends a uK'eting of the
Gr.in,TeVt)r a tanners institute aim ai-
Her listening to others gives carefully
prepared account ot Lis experiments
niyl of any marked success or failure
tfiat :nav have occurred in hi own
1 have male soma experiments in
farming;but in rerie'.ving results we can
see mativ places where a little more
diligeuee might have proved very use
ful, and wo';ld certainly have b-en 01
much interest. Some y?:.r ago 1 dis-
soWed or softened several to.'is of bone
lV mixing them with w5ixl asnes and
keeping th whole in a moist conditioa
for several mom Us. About 500 pounds
Of bone and 30 bushels of ashes mix.'d
-ifli -.i .-rfd f reluse sal, were :P-
plied to each acre oi the potato crop
just as the plants were coming up.
This I regarded as an eiperimeni at j
the time, and thought it successful as
the crop was the bet raisfd in town
that year. Afterwards the -Held prov
ed unexpectedly productive in wheat,
aud, later, as a meadow, but as the
bone and a-hes and salt wera applied
to the whole Held alike, L could not
determine their value either to the po
tatoes, wheat or meadow, and to-day I
do not know whether tie continued
productiveness of that ne'd was due t
the bone and ashes, or to "the. light
coat of rich r.iauure applied, or to eie-
ments of fertility contained in dead1
Quach Grass roots, or to the very thor
ough cultivation given the sod with
trie potato crop, and also in the.prepaq
atitn for vflieat that followed. These
all mav have had an influence, but ii
at that time I had been in the habit
of deliberately o'.anninjr experiments
and keej)ing a careful record of them by
means of a map and note-uooK, no
doubt one part of the field would have
been left without an application u
bone and ashes, and another pa."
without the salt. If that" had ien
done, I would now , be telling the Uu-
al New Yorker of the approximate
value of bone aud ashes as a manure
for potatoes and of tile permanence oL
their effects on the pro luctiveness i f
not save a good" many back aches.
There are a varitty of little circum
stauces in l fe which, like wins in
lady's dress, are necessary for keeping
it together, and giving it neatnessand
To cure the so-called cankerin the
mouth, steep a little of the herb, "gold
thread," and w rinse the mmith two or
three times. It will drive away the
trouble in a day.
As the roe sends oXtt its rich and
ever welco;u perfntrte in all directions,
as the represgiitiliTe of its purity, so
the influence of the gifted and good
reaches every grade of society, purify
ing and elevating all within its 'scupa,
blessing thworld. !
An er.s -method of removing bits of
foreignbodies from tje eye is to place
a grain oi iihxseed under tne lower lid
adiosePhe lids. The seed becomes
surrounded by r tliick adherent muci
lage, which entraps the foreign body,
and soon carries it out from tut
of the tve.
ii. .j i iJp! est wii and au pr. found v rio!
brightens month bylr - r n ! - " -'-w
? iv.ie ot ihoe lady li.iuers,
volume of our ex-' . . . . J r "
their development in the immediate
future will be y&uch greater than at
any former period.
The prospect of establishing recipro
cal commH-ehl relations mth the na
tions sowth of us
portylo other continents has, been
more than maintained. S ivings banks
ana building and loan associations have
LPecently ben successfully established
in many States where tnej were un
known, and are teaching people of
small means to be"Trual that thrift
may follow", while at the same time
large sums of money are aggregated
and put to good use that would other
wise have lata idle. Mors
"-lay Woniea Propose?"
This i a rpjetlQi .lmg riowprion
lr riicnsl-m-simie of the ladv Mr.
it H uideeii a jriuiT
j inK" of the day.
Imari porcelain is frequently used
as a desert service. 'Tim plates are
broadly scalloped or fluted, aud the de
corations are gay in red and bright
bl ue and gold. I man pieces generally
s'ijw blue figures on a white ground
o.i lb under side. An lmari salad
bowl with plates to in. itch makes a
very yay luncheon table.
l-K",,OH ri-;rm ! ..x,..:- e.. . . . . i
l-i it j . i n-wc tjb viic luiuiii iiurikuera .villi
education that would ht the -youth of
the land for the v trie I employmsnts
now open to thinking minds and skill
ful hands, while in most of our higher
institutions of learning new depart
ments have been opened for instruc
tion in applied science.
Wh.it lidAii tiil f 4 It a . r i i 1 1 --V
V f UUl I 1 lf UHU 7lU KS A. HIV ,jF 1 ' OV A
for our country at Urge applies iu all
its. fullness to the awakened, hopeful
and rast developing ojutn, winch isj
now attracting the attention ot. the
capitalists and manufacturers of the
United "States' acd of Europe, and is
drawing to itself very many of the
brightest i'nd mot energetic young
men of the North and West to stand
shoulder to shoulder with its own sons
in the good work of advancing its
prosperity, tor the whole country
the outlook is bright : for the South it
is radiant with promise Believing
this mot earnestly, looking forward
most confidently to the complete frnijU
ion of these many signs of Jiope, the
Manufacturers It-cord wishe -for till
its friends and co-lab nvri a prosper
ous new vear.
k is uot necessary to enter into i ha
iuS.irtely Vast 'ami charming dicussiou
of the great subject There is onlr
room in this teller for the statement o'f
the plain fact Hint the Eig'isVwomeu
arv abut to rc'jel agairt the tradi
tional strategy of h.Te.'aud that thev
are resolved to tfTke thej A in-4l"e
future, t ilt their own cho )siu to
marry insteai Hit being married.
contemphde a visit h the lintlsh ls!
take warning'now. : Let theirTears be
ready - for buruiugand i-jpvntaneons
declarations on the part of - the young
English.giris who may fir upon" thein
as the men, upon their choice.
Now, it may be '.th.it. tldi 'accounts
for- the "loir in the affairs of the
"woman suffragist-' It isVaJ tnP
sure thing that a gal who can ndvance
her skirmish line ; to the 'proposal"
can cast a ballot. ; We -notice that the
horrible - old Mde-saddle is fust 'be-
D ) not tk.Ii eo.bs unlesa absolute-
tv Rece.-sarv. Water, will make th
teeth Npiit. and the comb rough. Small
, t i i '.i
br.nslies. whica are made lor tne pur
pose of cleaning combs, are easily ob
tained at little exi;ense,. and with one
of these t he comb may be thoroughly
cleansed, wiping well and following
with a ioft clol.ii afterwards.
A fashionnt.'le nctt paper very much
used is a pale shade of gray, with let
tering in a darker shade of gray at
tiro top of the page in the center. Gray
wax is ljsr-d to seal, tife envelope.
Black l?ltering on white, gray or blue
paper is favored by many elegant peo
ple, ami metallic' -effects are still iii
vogue among others. Th; newest
stationery is very simple.
iait volK in a
Cheese Sandwiches. Oue-fourt h
pound of cruirbied cl'.eese, the yoik of
a hard boiled egg, a tablespoontul ot
uiflted butter, one-half tea-poonful ot
salt,, a dash of pepper, one-half tea-
snoonfnl of m ule mustard, a table-
spoonful of milk, and a thin slice o!
'M'ead or Insruit
buttered. Put the
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small howl, nauke sinootn viin a
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.i,n!i :u . t he butter chee e anrt sea--
-oniug. mixing well, and UsTy the
milk, ion win hnd tins a ruost ap
pet'.ziilg -mixture placed. between slices
of bread or biscuit.
To make, a novel and delicious des
sert, cook olie quart of cranberries in
ou9 and oae-hait cups ot cold water
whfii soft add two cups of white su
h a colander. Select
r i i '.,, l.i..t rlishr nut a laver ot
the cranberiw iii the bottom; peel ant
-lice enough bananas for a layer ovc r
;..t,...-i-v thfii ii termite laveis
..ntil the dih is half full. I
with the whites of tour
Kiainesa in a Street Car.
Cflib vyau m spring morning a poor
woman entered n heavily-laden, down-
own cable car in oae of our large
Western cities, liesides he? large
market basket, she had two small chil-
ren, hardlv more than babies.' A
ulance at her careworn face and th
habbv, -although clean,
self and the children, told at a glance
of many a struggle with poverty.
bhe was evidently on her way to
I . VI . - I I .
maruet, ana Having no one iu leave
with the babies atliome, had been
forced to take them with her.
"erhaps this had been the case before,
or with a glance at the -rules and reg
ulations, all tares live cents cash,
hind only infants la arms ' free, she
iut her basket on the floor in front ul
her, and took both the children is' her
inns for the long weary ride.
Shortkv afterward there entered the
" - . -i i.. . i . i .. .. i
car two liamillV nreseu suiuui oi,
as fresh as the June morning itself.
their merrv faces sent a thrill of pleas
nre to t he hearts of the other p isseii
g fr. so much of youths buoyancy and
happiness did thev seem to brmg with
po-o-s allowing: more sugar
I:!t the etrcs seperately
.i ,T tli.Mi aol sii'-r .-ud beat .--gain
fill the dish up full to rounding over
with the meringue; set in oven two m
i. ...... minutes to brown; cool, aud jus
before ivadv to serve, cut another ba
j: .1 l-.v in a circle on
nana in mil " . ,
.1 ... mi vtwv nisul
ouler edge, tnen .aiiun.. ---
With a spoon dip a little cranberry
juice on e.'ch.-K m, l ,eU and Mock-man.
passe ..delicate and becoming
mode of niouulinj a horse n-la-man-f
ihion, with oii foot in a stnrrup and
a graceful vaultanto 'the rider's seat, i
now in gooil fonulaiid Hs also a com
nioij practice bow for our most beaut i- .
ftil young ladies to seat j themselves as
tried a bicytio and doing tenmiles an
houror evsn more; with, mucai appr- -'
ent ease, and yve know f pa a fact that
the;girlsim:playjbnn"'ar '; men's
hats (and some married' ones the pants,
too). Now,, what on earth remahii
between them aud the. ballot -box but
to ;irrise-aud break down the foolish
barrier of love-niakingj aiid; 'proposal ?"
The idea that any '4urrid'' man should
arrogaie to himself .the exclusive privi
lege of gentlyrsayiug, kVVilt thou be"
mine '" and insisting that the - gentler
sex shall do all the winking . 'a. Ave.il as
all the wilting. - Out oil such a l;eafrt
practice; - it is inconsistent, uncon
genial, aiid incou ven ieiit, and what is
more, we won't stand lit anv lonr.
and the i t -f , . l,.vlil(,;,a
lie of IveiV i ...ii1.,.L.i;1,j,:.L.. -.i
kiijc-, uuu uj iciu.iic siiwieiy in pai ilCU-lar,-that
any man tU it can propos ?
and doesn't propose' shall be .proposed
to. And all the peojde shouted amen..
I n. sea sat f "Wiped, ciad iu hseu.
Cold inni ! nrorjose oi ftf -nrnnnepn t t
uig ages we, called we iker sx,
In sweet. submission I call vojIUx.".
Hut now ourlrghts we w 11 luivelox',
Deldaiv your jj)ve or" we'll propose.
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-The WidoY7'B Cowt .
A poor Wid'w, wilh five children,
w ho lived in a village in Germatiy, with
all her labur hi ;uJ t but scan! y upport.
After a while tcahie u year of,
drough; everything slie; planted I failed
to grow, and -l.er Only coiv , died.
It begin to be hard with hef, wjth little
to eat for her andiier tiie chituien, and
Thev found seats ext to the poor I in her impatience sheiHahl: ;
woman, and after a minute or two the I kT do not wish to beg; lbor ati.d
one nearest to her said: "Let me hold j dilligencs dp not help! tue; a would lie
the little lxv for vou,' at the same hbetter if I could die.' . " ' ,
time transferring the warm little bun- As she thus sat in distress she heard
dleof humanity from the overcrowded the ringing of the church bell in the
mother's lap to her own. village, and just then hT littiedaughter
The words were spoken so gently, entered the room 'and said:
and accompanied by a smile so win- ''Mother, the csurch iell i- rihguTg;
niii". that the little fellow made nc f you willo to chuVch i wm take cars
object ion, and was happy and content--of t lit? house." i I
x.ne cnuu sa.a :i.ns oecauss wnen iier
mother w;s ut -church he came hom-
with; a, glad hert. ; Tlie mother un-
ed all tlwf ride, especially when a rosy
cheeked npple from the pretty lunch
basket found its way to his tiny hands.
. The woman's gratef ul ' Than k you !"
she lett, the car. showed not only
Why shouhM go to. church when
were the weary arms rested, but the evj?ry thiog goes UP with nu. :-!"1
Hut. vv.t.i a stI heai t, ohv went ' t
chnrcU and sat benin-Pa pill an' that
others . might not"' ste Jr-r sadne--.
UuriiTg the.strvlce sf3 wept, and cou'd
not hide her tears. ,
The preacher spoke of the lore and
the soil, and also of the value
to a potato crop in a dry season.
Heavrnivcstmeiiis m ine ooaiu
English capitalists are turning their
attention Southward, just as the Jan
..f..i,.1rl,, Hecord predicted at the
iu Kuriin'. failure. 'jNesotia-
tions have been closed f. r one invest
ment of $5,000,000 in lenncssce and
for another of nearly eq ui magnitude
. n... ,. Sh,t.s. Contracts are pen-
in UIC B,uu- . , .
dins and will soon be closeu oil an of-.v-7.rl
(inO.OOO investmeftt of hug-
1CI V,-"--! . . ,., .......
luU half a dozen or more
for a generation
,,. 1 M S C'HOItl.T
- - ,
i, l. i nassed
that arose in ijn.r- -.
i . t ...,;.i!w harm to n
Wlir.Ol't "r- . VH-eK-
. . ....! uce has heen i -.
,t;es, an., . , t
11 t.ue cufii"civ-"".
heart cheered by the little act oi
"Wl.:1t mad v.in do that, Ruth?
:.t'fl hrr comnanion. "See how he
has mussed your nice clean dress. It
A-onld have been so much easier to have
paid his fare, and let him have a seat, goodness of Gfxl. jli id she went bun
"Yes. .sa d Ihith, .t woum nave I numble aud comfmted
been easier, but I don't think it' would
have been so kind. ' .
"God bless her!" exclaimed an old
gentleman with white hair and gold
rimmnd snrctacles. as the corner was
i " - i
reached where the girls got off trf go
and UtW"!' . l Z:ur :r
tablt-hed fit a
.l.r.u have comm
ii . i .
IU a iriio nun i"
arious parts of the. South are peod-
1 ll. iMii'.ili id.i III M
in', one involving uir-j.....
1 . .. .-, .i f ..lid ple
num ber ot sou wit mi -teiiMve
minr il properts, i ne ex
perl's repyrt on this property i. very
Kv.rabie: Li f .ct, the expert, an -1.-rV:m:mVS"tedtohe
n i tu a h wa.s nPenv aimi.-d id
the mineraf resources; of the o-.th.
that they were far beyond anything he
had imain-d p -s h e. -ui-l tii.it whetn
"r p.e world would need 40.0tXMK)o
:(HM)0.000 toa- o; iroa tea y.'ais nem-
a; Mr Hewitt ud Mr. Atkinson be
Kve the South vxoull be able Lo sun-
ply all tint ai wanted.
world. . ,. ,
- j -.i f in- :md man v.
ll,t .. . i.,l weathei
"': ' , W, m.h,.nt to dispose o:
tnea.iu'i . ...j k.!. number ol
ercciea out o-i v, - ,
:. a r.-. Knil.lii i liHl d-
I,.. m.lV .1.; - of ew.
.1 11 (Mil W
; Cropaalilarket H3te3.
Lemons come mostly from Malaga
, r n...n are u i'da uren.
ma m in y
n P'llian colony neir O.-.ahi. I la..
ir; reported to have sold their rro;.ot
IX.) bushels ot peanuts mi c p-
bushel, an i ;o - - o ,
jOOush.'!-. n xt yt:ir.
heat lias been nn.iiny
quit a largn. rx-
lt sens t.-.r a
ware ana .n ....-T.-n -miall-
l.a,,-i, turn tliar. u:w , .
v-.:, anti-rtines oi t1;
,..r.rl tftols ana urco...-
i " i ii ....
!';' .' ntmosr. lr
manufacturers . ,
1 : -.i. ivu taxei
1 I '
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
om uet ce r.a
t , 1 .nidv iucvea-e
h ivf cn' r
.onnid ni4J r
!he Lorjd,'! ?hea;d,.,'has. seen my ,
tears, and he will dry thens if it is "for
the better. T 4 ; -
A gO(nP atwl - al'hy inau in th
cburch saw tle poor woman was iy
distress, aud ! m.ule inquiry about Iu r
ctiUdiJa-ay. t'eirf 'o..T:; agnr, ..t-r.c.v
heard a teliowihg atilhe iloor as of u
cow. ATap was twaru on tte door; it
opened, andi man entered and said:-r
"A friend sent you, I hi cow rfd vc!.
sh-c1s of jeorii ana p.rteseii.V'with akiuaiv'
jreejtiiig. -.-'. ... ' " : -: h '
Th woman was asuiiyhed tnd
overcome, and before .h; couid ;,
who it wii ine nu in was gone. r
'Tile cow,; hwevrr s. Ood tied ' p)
'tie.', a niuth .iiceijci. Uiaujhe one
i.id Xiti. - pit ti.e cow in
, . - - - . ."- . - '
',t.-ih; and earned tire Cora
tswaV eastward to
t.nt t'he nreent season
iose, an UiaiMkrd.Gi. lor Jits g
The iixt-ifi;nuii thefiich in.i
. .- . . J. . .. t . i . "
, V .1, n tt e eastern urown wtte r ame lo.iiie, www- uiu Mr-r .
Utl v. h-ve t,',ei it are utU "Ye,terhy hi h - inrci. you pon;
las now :'H'Pti vau c.omf rtr: For ;
ioni time I l'.ave U en indebted toT li:
.ut is.icU "J 'I
. -i i . j.
T.iwes con lann -es m
U i'-ie Hx3r- h. .4'b annual ol-the gxeat earthly blesiugs He Iu.
-r I' the' wh -at crop of England istowed upon me, therefore acc
UisHguies are given
ini.d arv na
rjmirces of the
better known ban
. i . ..
r i- .i.. IIMIU'. II "n'-'
s oi . II i
i - J i n most.
rrt 1 S. 0.
. 1 ..'.i:h ..oics
Ti It 1' 1
j , ..t .mi u i. .
wfaetorv ini . ; ..o-aiv.rv
branches of '' ' ' tt. . s ,)6.uin
'I iu i unfo't1""1
th have become
i . . .. ; , u .
te.t. an-1 are s.-nu
. i,e altouther to
at large. This is
' from one whose
" ! . .i...l!..
Uiatlt rs IS Uij J.mj
bo i ow ..mls a tfiit trwin ilim. l tins:.;
God.thH He Rhtyou-to the chi:r : .
and sira weened in my heart an
terest in jour behalf. he An
Children Cry llqrhtciter's ttcr,