oi. xxhi-tiiird series.
SALISBURY, N. C., THURSDAY, JANUARY 121, 1892.
for !nf ante and
nil hi W r
s --. -1 f 'OajtHria ' ts to cntrsraal and
-SSSrSSi to doto It. Kwaretl
Hew York Oty.
SOLE AGENT FOR
JUST RECEIVED, fit full line
Second stock of Fall and
is just in. A full lino of. Ladies'
I and Gents'
UN "DEE flI:
1 Don't fail to see my Block.
People of Salisbury and7 vicinity wanting monuments should
correspond with us. Estimates furniBhedgratis. I
- l- Mention the Watclunan waea yoairiite.
Having greatly increased
storing 0 A L the coming season, I would now again respect -My
solicit any and all orders entrusted to me, promising to
Ornish you promptly with what
Qarkefc price. In order to obtain
nier prices, vou should at once send me your orders. Remember
that I handle only (ho best grades of .screened CoaJ,incltiding
the Red Ash, suitable for grates, stoves, heaters, c.
Also keep on hand at.all times
Is tid.Placa toGGpt Honuments, Tomtstones,
64tIactioa la every reepect anX positively
O all kil a specialty
Montlon tn WAtcbnxan wtiao you write
itriini.-Tpvvl aai tteadsac srm
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JS,Uo" 19 7 itmr, btw It neuui chew tescticrs, chntp rroailng, jnfsrtor facil
TtiIalffir WwtBtM for wcwrine PbSlTIOMS for ito pupil, .od gTdute.
?onB I"IttUo. owing to IU M I G M ttwdtrd of xeUeace, hu pUced In deslxajale poluonjnor
, ,r uueM combiaed. CaUlri 4
BuVW. H. CADLER, Pmldent, and
jslfiEss COULECE,0,Of tOA 12
BimiT.rt n?,.w'neairQmMrTlfcadr Virginia, Hortb Carolina, Sntn Crolmna Uorgi,'.iiJt
Mention thcWatcLruan when jcu write.
r r i . a
bctsr stocnaob, inantKM. tnictxtian,
Cis Wcrma, (hi Bleep, cad promote dS-
" rrr utrrvrcl yrxn X ham rwxamnondeMl
yoar Caatorte, and sh&U &hrftys ocntlnua to
do bo m It baa tnrpjLrlaWy produced bencCdU
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- FITTING CORSETS.
Winter Dress Goods
G ranite and Marble Wrks
At wholesale and retail. Own-
ers f celebrated
Fences, Finals, Urestings, &c. .
my facilities for handiingj and
coal you may want at the lowest
advantage of thiowest sum
the finest grade of blacksmith
I. A T.I .FN RRfl W J
will not bs undersold. ,
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YEARS of eostisaeua and neceakfal mtrtee-
eci3PTinff four VrxKdinr Stada onrlT!ed ia
ia ma. xn oopiainjt upon 1
u pys. it
t in the end.
particular mailed i
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particular mailed 9a application.
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FFOH i ABLE.
Hear the ripples on the sea,
; Mcrn'rlcs sweet they brinjj to me,
As they murmur, as they flow
As they -dance and onward go,
Merry, playful, careless wave,
''Sporting lightly o'er the grarc
Where fonl treasures buried He
Hid from searching human eye.
Like the sea to mc tt.secms,
Many hcart3 hf.ve buried. dreams;
Like the pearls they're hidden deep,
Slnmpering in a fitful sleep.
Ilpre the sea gull circling nigh,
Gliding, floating, sailing by,
Dipping from the sky to wave.
Like a phantom from the grave,
Wandering where it lived in pain
. field and bound by mem'ries' chain,
, Loves the bond tho' galling be
Likes theicord, will not be free.
So some thoughts all gweet they be
Deeper than the troubled sea,'
Higher than the lofty sky,
Immortal for they neTejF die..
In brTieafts theysTeep,' but live
Till the time some touchjs-iil givo
Life and being to our dreams,
Fill our path's with golden gleams,
SEall it be beyond or here,
Is it far away or near?
Will it shine upon our day,
Chase the shadows from our way?
Or when only life is o'er,
Wakening when wo dream no more?
An Incident Which Happened
During the War.
One day after wo tunnelled out of
the Confederate stockade at Salisbury,
N. C., aad"while each man had taken
Ins own direction, I came upon a col
ored man in the woods skirting a Held.
He was digging roots to make himself
a tonic, and I broke through the brush
and came upon him so suddenly that
there was no chance to dodge. - Hr
was kneeling down, with a parcel of
roots beside him, and he looked at hie
for a minuta and then asded:
""When did vou ull crit out of dat
"Yesterday," 1 replied, seeing that
he had at onco discoTered ruy identity.
"An1 vrhar' yo' all gwin to now?"
''I'm going to try to get to the Yan
He began to grin, then he broke
into a chuckle. Then the chuckle be
came a laugh and he rolled 011 the
ground. I thought htm demented tmd
about to yiovo away when he set up
"I jest laSod nn'-coul ln't help it."
."But vovh&in't im ole nigger
see. Hit's powerful funny an' izi got
izoi to laT Borr.e mo'."
He indulged i
in? and roiling.
tit or iauj
he had re
covered from it he took h rest 0:1 a r'
Bout fo months f?gd l? mi?s
e up one. ;.awi, an
e a )V.i: time an' den savs:
"iloses, 1 had a dream las' nik
dreams da one ' detn Yankee prison
ers got out o' dat pen at Salisbury ahJ
dat yo vras hMm him m de woods
back yer Ie gwiue to hev yer wlnji
ped for dut, Moses."
'"She had me tied up an . whipped,
jah, an i aim uian t git oner smartin
fur two weeks. One tnawuiir 'boutj
two months ago she calls me up again j
,,Tt 1C til - 1
"10 noy Moses, 1001c mo in ae eye:
I has a dream agmdas mte.. I dreamed
bit onft o' dfim Yankee nrisonera Lot
eni ft dnt nnn at S;ilishnrv. an' d;it, vo'
umv - I ' - - , - ....
was hidin1 him in do tobacker , house.
Dat's a'noder whippin' for yo', Moses.'"
"And von got it again?"
"Jess laid, it on to me de powerlul-
lest sort, an1 dat smart didn't dun go
away fur cber so long. 'Bout lo'
weeks ago de missus dun called me
to de. big 'house agin. She looks
are a long tune, an den says:
"bee yere, Moses. I had anoder
dream 'bout yo Last nite 1 dreams
dat one o' dem Yankee prisoners dun
got o' dat pen down Jj Salisbury, an1
yt was hiaiii him in de bresh ober by
de swamp. ' Ican'tputup wid dat. Moses,
ran, ize gwine 10 nev yo wnippeci
mighty hard for it.
"And she actually had you whipped
"Xtv Iwrlf liftln't Hun rrot well vet.'
sab, bnt-vo!yo!yo!-Izedun got '"to
can't h!p it
He wen t off into another 'spell,1
lnaliiii. n nAimln rf minitln. a n.l vilinn
initiii n (.iiuiii; i L.injn.i-u, oi.iA n 111,11
he find recovered I said:
"I can't see anything in all this to
tickle vou so."
"Dat's 'cause yon hain't mo, he re
plied, as he wiped his eyes. "Dis
mawiiin1 Missus dun called rne up
ag'in. She was looking mighty pleas
mc, nn oitncov she paid:
"Moses, t baa anoder dream 'bout vo'
las' nite. I dreamed dat one o' dem
Yankee prisoners got outer dat pen
down to Salisbury, an' dat yo'' found
him in de woods nn brung fiim right
up here to me. Yere's a nice piece of
bacon to pay fur dat, Moses, an' yo'
hain't gwine to lie whipped anv mo'."
"Well?": I asked as he rolled around
Whv, sab, can't yo' d;in sc.1
tickles me? Mis
srs nau lo dreams .in
w nippm s
Izi trwine to
underlie siiull in dt
it f ni hnntin' an' den, ji t c;.
wid yo'.' Sac Yjih If' . .
1 1 c ii ry Xi rad y ' A1 vice.
ady's pryhi!ition tcndenci's
were well .knovn' and wera roiuari-.a-
bh; in a man of liis tenMeram:it and
surroundings, lie was ninreover, on
pi the ter prohibitj. mists who did nc
hrsifate to avow that he loved drink.
Probably no better statement of his
position was lever made than that
which he wrote to his young friend
(afterward liis successor). Mr. Clark
Howell, in a leittM- inclosing "ii"birlh
d;iy prcsen Vhe wrole':
My.soti will be about your age when
ytu are about mine, and he will enler
the paper when 'j'ou are' about where I
am. I have got to looking at you as a
sort of perSg'Tring of what my son
may Ijc, of looking over jou and re
joicing in your succe-s, as; I shall
want you to feel toward him. Let me
write to you what I would be willing
for you to write to him.
Never gamble of all. the vices that
enthrall men this is tho worst, the
strongest and most insinuous. Out-side-,
of the morality, ofii, it . is the
poorest business and poorest jj fun.
No man is safe that play 3 at all. I
I never knew a 'man, a ienilem-tn an I
mau of business who did not regret
the time and money lie hadi wasted in
it. A man who plays poker is unfit
for e wry otlier business on earth.
Never drink I love liquor and I
love the fellowship iuvolvr d in drink
ing. My safety has been that I never
drank at all. It is much eaf-ier not to
drink at all thanto drink a little. If
I had to attribute what I have done in
life to any one thing I should attribute
it to the fact that 1 am a teetotaler.
As sure sis you ate born, it is the
p'.ensantest and the safest way.
Marry early There is nothing that
steadies a young fellow like marrying
a good girl and raising a family. By
marrying young your children grow
up "when they are a pleasure to you.
ou fee! ihe responsibility of life, the
sweetness of life and vou avoid bad
If you never drink, never gamble
and marry early, there is no limit to
the useful and distinguished life you
may live. You will be the pride of
your father's heart and tho joy of
I don't know it there is any happi-
ness on earth worth having outside of I
t!ie happiness 01 Knowing mat you 1
.... m 1 I
have done v;ur dutv and tii.it vou have
tried to do good. Yon try to buiid up
Thore are a! '.'.:) s plenty or others who
will do all th-i teariiiLf down that i
I '.vi try to live in tho sun-
wb- s'av i:i the shade
Tic Billvllle Biinucr.
We have a few moral
this week, but the subscription
remains the sam?.
Tho old year is gone forevor, and is
dead ?.s a door nail. Thon no use
in ! 1
ic when a
man's got, n welt m his
We have come to
that one mill pond, six
don t m.ke a
Every time the inmates of the
j lunatic asylum hear from their mends
! ,,n thft outside they get nervous, for
i r(,,ir t.bev wi be crowdect tor room.
We helieve in woman's rights, and
that woman should be allowed to rise
in the world the earlier the better.
..... 1 .
pince the Inndlmg where thoy can i
, find it and go on with thonoring.
1 lino if tho irr.n i-.viinf.-i of :i
; !,ronfr ;a ft,.,f n!4n ivii! t,r,.-.irdi th.-.
III, I L w IO I I 1 U illMII Mill I '4 ' i " " "
gosp(d and make an effort to feed
, horses on sixty dollars ayear.
j The Lord givfcs every" man a
pass to heaven. But some men
heaven altogether by looking for
; railnmd Atlanta Constitution.
A Philosophical Fauii.
Amelia has pimples, and sores is
From humors internal her nose has grown
She's a boil on her neck that is big as a
But in 'other respects dio is doing cpuite
And pa ha dyspepsia, malaria and gout,
If 13 hands with salt-rheum are all broken
lie is prono to rheumatics that make his
. But in oir reects ho is tloins luit0
And. ma ha3 night sweats and a trouble
. . - ..
liiatail 01 our
doctors can't secra Ur
1 drive ofT;
She wnkes every night and coughs quite
! a spell,
i .. .1 1. : ,1 , : r.,,'tt t
in oincr rcspeeis enu is uuih
mere jb uuiu.:
help one bear trills o e m- n c
case 01 ims laranv wum i- musi, ncvuv..
is a soon supply or nr. i ieieu v'jim-h ,
, 1 - , , i : . . 1 . i . 1 . . 1
Medical Discovery. It would cleanso
Amelia's bad blood, cure pa'a ailments,
and check ma's cougb. 'iho "Uoiatn
Medical Discovery," by its action oa the
liver, cleanses the system of imnuritiea.
It cures humors, ulcers, boils, ".ftil
ralt-rheum, erys.pet.s. and ai kinds of
1 swellings. The only guaran-
teed blood-pu rider.
Te ttdier I Job by, wo en;
: " 1
r . ... , ,
Backien'3 Arnica Salve.
The best salve iu the world far Cuts,
Bruises, Sore. Suit Rheum, Fever Sores
Tetter Chapped Hands Chilblains
Corns und alt. Skin Eruptions, and po?d
tivp'v t iires Pile or no nny rtKiuired. It
i(i ii guaranteed to give pvrfert s;ttisfaetion
f or money refunded. Prica 2 trents per
,w box. For sale bv T. P. Klattz & Co.
A Child's Inquiry.
Son! Pa, what is a war debt?
Father. It is a part of the cost of
i ha war, my son, tlut has not .been
- S. Who paid for the war?
F. The government, my child.
S. Where did the government get
the money to pay for it?
F. Borrowed some of it from the
bankers and mady some of it.
S. How mucli did the government
borrow of the bankers?
F. kmt SloO,()00,0(X).
I S. Was this all gokl, pa?
F. No, my son, about seventy mil
lion dollars of it was gold and silver
the balance w as paper money.
How murtii did the war cost, na?
four thousand million
S. Then, where did the gov. 1 nnient
get the nst of the money to pay ior
F. It made it, my son. The green
backs which you see are government
S. Who d'.d the government pay
t h p gree 1 1 bac k s t o ?
F. To the schdiers and s-iilors and
the men who furnished them with
provisions, clothos and guns.
the government owe ihe
soMiers and other men anything?
F. No, my s:n, it paid them
S. But who does the govern mep
owe the war debt to, then?
F. To the bankers and bondholders.
S. But you said these men. onlv
loaned the government one liMiidred
and fifly million dollars?
F. Yes, that is all.
they not loan the
F. They didn't have it, my son.
S. How much does the government
owe the bankers nlow?
F. About ten hundred million
S. How much lias the government
r. About lour
11 t n
S p., jjj tjie bankers lo
I F. No, my child.
I S. Did-they furnish any
i clothes or guns?
; F. They do not work, my so 1.
j S. Weil, then, if they only loaned
ihe government one hundred :111c il Cry
: million dollars and didn't do any figntin'
; or furnishin' and tb.e coveriiuieot- has
I uiade the money and p ud the so'dicrs
1 111 11 e ' . 1
ami me otner men ror uom inese
things, why has th; government paid
the bankers four thousand mi I ion
dollars and si ill owe them one tlioasand
' miliiou when the banks only had one
hundred and fifty miliiou to .start wit.) ?
F. I don't know, my child, this is
too deep a question tor you and me. you
you h id better go to bed now, and go
S. Hut, pa, the Republican' part-
claims the s-'lorv or putuu down too
war, auu 11 vney paui .nc somiers
1 p 1 1 - 1 .1. . - i 1 : r 1 1 .
mohev they made and didn t
row the money from tin; banher.; and
then have to pay the bankers over live
thousand million .dollars to boot, L
don't see no glory in it, do you?
F. Oh. I. lmioss so. my son, we
'don't know ;invHiiug ;ihout it, com?
'"'Oi K -to iKa'i
L m ll feu.
I : b. But, pa, we oit to know some-
; IHUIU, i'.UOUl, li,ll, ? jMinn 11. mum..,
frL,0 ain't it ?
miss ! V. Mary, come and g: t this boy
a.laiul lake him to bed he's worrying th
life out of.me. ( Wife comes and takes
I a. -
)oy to ben.)
F. (Asid-) I'm afraid if that boy
-keeps on !!. Ii 1"? ;i regular communist
jor anarchist, h- does ix at anything
1 how such ider.s get into a youngster's
iUge. that after
r ' ( 1 i ; ! 1 1 1 n r. 1 tie citizens
. 1 1 , t 1
!i..'P.i. ,i:,d the f.ictone
.iHim'ii.--ti.!ti. wh tiil have to
: !i(i!ii..i:id million dollar?
. 1 . r -11
to men who dnlu t ngni. or niriiNi. ana
1 .. I .l it.ivnviiDinii - i-.iio ; I! n-
1U.I.,"V1 111, 1.11.111111111" wi..
dre'l ami fifty millions i'here must
be som' 'iiiug wrong. I'll ask Major
McKinle .Xaiiou'tl Ilffonmr..
The golditea talk a great deal about
iod money. We remember a few
1 1. r... I 1 . , 1 .1 ,i 11 1 w-; 1 iii-.. tt-atvi
yoavs ago mey iiu'i r,!;" ""- "'
j jrood money, hard money, honest mou-
ev ana papei uioiirjr ' , oiitN jM'u
- ,h, r:l,.l)aby, the dishonest money.
Tliav nnw fa one better uud say silver
is dishonest money.
Well, now, Mr. Goldite, we all
! want g"od money. nat. um onr
KOO(j UOney ever do anyhow? We'll
i j rat;e,lt. take vour time and tell us
are doing'some verv hard think-
i e are uoug
10 mi ii ...... o r - -, ,
, not think ot ain thing it ever um. 11
didn't conquer Napoleon and Fecure
' th r-eaee ot Knmpe by sending him to
St. Helena. that was done uv paper
' money whose contraction ami destruc
lion between 1810 and 1823 ruined the
liri.isli working people. Ii did not
conquer British tyranny and establish
! the United States for a porr, cropped,
' dishonerod paper money did that. It
did not conquer the rebellion and pre
serve the Union, for a crippled paper
money did that. It did not build the
Pacific, railroad-; paper money did that.
It did not reach into the great west
und make the desert b'.o.som as the
ros ; paper money did that. It-did
not develop this country between 1S03
and 1873, as it had never been devel
oped before, change village?1 to towns
and towns to cities, erect factories and
enlarge farms, and furnish backs to
we.-.r out the products of the one and
mouths to consume those of the other
your ugood," uhonest" mony dicl
not do that, paper money did it. :
Now tell u, candidly: Is not our
government ust as firmly established
as if the victory of the revolution had
been won with gold? If gold had
been the mrin dependence, it would
never have leu won, and you know it.
Is not tho rebellion just as permanently
settled as if the money used had been
trold? You vvry we'll know that when
the war came you took your gold out
and hid it, and would not allow it to
go down south in defensa of the flag.
That flag might hava been torn into a
thousand shreds so far fs you or your
gold were concerned. Is not the Pa
cific railroad just us great an improve
ment as though geld had maae it?
Are not those cities, towns, shops and
factories, and those multiplied farms
just as valuable additions to the coun
try's property as if gold had paid for
the labor that nude them, and were
not t he 'laborer. more prosperous and
happy than eer they were under the
rule of gold1?
Which is the good money? In all
things ele we call a thing good which
does good. Measured by this standard,
where is your "good" gold money? A
shame on you for a bae hypocrite, and
for decemngthousands of good people
into the belief that good money mut
in some way be tacked to your lazy,
cowardly, skulking gold, that always
has been a coward in danger, a laggard
in great enterprises, and a tyrant in
Progressive Farmer, Mt. Ycr-
jwn, II! .
To neht the wrongs or the larraers
is the purpose of the Farmers' Alliance
We must first agree as to what is the
wrong; and then we mnst azree on the
remedy. The cart must notbe put be
fore the horse, ihe sub-treasury plan
i.-j a proposed -remedv for a very definite
wrong, and just as soon as thnt wrong!
is understood and acknowledged the
follows as a
or 'something better'
matter of course. The
onnonents 01 I ne suo-ireasury inva
1 1 1 1
riably made their attack on the dptui's
of the plan, which have nothing what
ever to do witlrthe principle, and never
00 much as give a thought to the finan
cial abuse which it is proposed to cor
rect. Let Ihera begin at the begin ning,
and if they cm prove that there is no
financial 'discrimination against the
products of the farm, they have killed
the sub-treasury plan as c.cau as Hector,
. and re 1 not waste their .-.munition on
j the dehisb of a proposition which has
j no leg :efr. to stand on. Hors is
j the profit During the fall
j mouths tht-te is a money famine, caused
by the marketing i vast quantities of
wheat and cotton, the cuseon-nce 12
1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1
j tl-at all agriculturaL products seeking
I he market at that time have to-be sac-
rificed at S jier cent, below their real
value, and th-speculators get the ben
efit x fit. livery banker and business
man in the country. riCognies this fact
and makeH provision f u it. ns licst he
.-an. Now brothers of the opposition,
give us a calegtrieal auswei. Is it fo,
or not? II you admit it, then join us
in. finding the reiijedy, for it cannot he
rigiic that. tl;p irmts or tne liirmers
of toil fiiould le m ensured by a
dear dollar, when ail other commodities
are hu-asurcd by a comparatively cheap
me. Let us have "equal rights." If
you do not admit thore is a money
.-triiigeney during t he fall months, then
thce coin mns are open to vou to state
our case, but the di:icusdtm must bo
confined exclusively to tliis one point.
Is there a wrong, or not? We have
no fear of free discussion, and we cor
dially invite it; because it is .the only
w:iv by which we. enn .arrive at the truth.
We are dealing with a new question in
economies and it must i mscussea
1 ,1 1 - 1
I . t-r ii-n lr niw IV Plfillt nnv mSUMOIl of
. i-iimiii 1 , nil ...... - -
ilitv. brothers we hliali bd
glad to he ir iron: y 'i. - r.Xih(n ;c
porter itichmnnd, I a.
n take any holiday
this season ?'
Jones "Yes of course."
I . . -.
l.rown Hon- did o,l manage our
j business while you vrere away.-'
' joues-()ll I just took my adver-
tisemento-.it of the paivrs until I re
t, w; MQ !usine,.s
turned, so thera was no
manage. Capital idea, wasn't it?"
ilcTft(o fiv to our citizens that
ueiro to say to our citizens, ina
ars wc have becnsellin: Dr. Ivir.s s
lor years wc nave oeen .-ciiihk ur. rvu:
New Discovery for Consumption, ur,
t-:'....'. v..t r ;f P.!l- i,.i-!,., Apnw-i
IviniJ a -New Life 1 nln, buckien Arnica
Milve and K'ectrie Hitters, and have
nwer handled .remedies that etl as well,
or that iiave "ivtm sueh
faction, vv e do not hcsitat- to guaran
teed !u-m every time, and we stand ready
to refund the purchase price, if satisfac
tory results do not follow th;ir use;
These remedies have, won their irreat i
popularity pureiy on their merits. Kluttz
& Co., druggist?.
Wlien P.abj waa sick, ire gar? her Camorta.
When she irea a Child, she cried for Cartoria
fThen she became Mias, she ching to CaataHa.
When ihe had Children, she a3 them Castor ia
Add to Your Vocabulary. ; T
A certain father constantly told hU
daughters: t4G iris, get new words into
youf vocabularies " It was plain hpr
admonition was heclctl. Seldom wri
girls met whose language wa3 as variini
and picturesque nstheirs. They "werrf -never
at a loss to express ezacll? whafe
they intended. They used di'tlerenK
phrases to describe jlifferait feelings
and sensations, and the proper one ap
peared, where it was nerdr-d. Aftef
talking to the-average girl, to wlmtrr
everything is awfnllyweet' or "sim
ply drentltul, ami v?boe terms for joy
o.r grief, assent or denfttlf cfvn bo con
ridently preilicteil, it was a pleasure aa
well as a relief to listen to- tH?se bright 1
young people, whoss -eonversatioir
showed what might be accomplished!
with a little effort. ' "
J he Lnghsh language., made nr m
it is ef words derired from the princi
:nl ianguages of the v.orld, holds im- .
mense possibilities for the student
Those able to speak. or write it ea3ilyr
wno nave a ready command 04 a cor
red plirvlology possess a power quickly
recognized, and strongly felt; and it is
a power which "a sufficient amount of
study can give- tc those willing" to taka
the trouble to accuse it. s .
livery one may not b able to write'
freely and with the mostagrceablV ef
fect to the reader? although, with thV
requisite amount-'df paiiis, mor cocrld
be done m thi3 direction tharirmosfe
people would suppose; bat' it is at least
pessi bio tor young people and some
older ones to "get a few new words
in their vocabularies." A book of sy
nonyms is an easily, accessible help.
It could teach a few adjectives besides
those itmvery day use, which are fre
quently worn thread bartf. Indeed,
some of these stock phrases have
come meaningless. Harpers Bazar. .
X)poA BcMs, Be w re
A decision recently rendered hy to
eminent Judge of the Supreme Uonrt
will carry joy to iuershutT mechanic
and printer, and strike terror Iv iA
beats. The case on which tho
cision was rendered was' in effect &3
fellows : A r.inn and wife purchased
n quantity of ctoda from'a merchant,
which they were either unable br-UD.-
willing to pay for. Tho merchant
sold the account to a col lec ting-age ncy-:
that forthwith advertised the account .
for sale, with several others, through
the newspapers, giving the names, ac
counts and what the debts .tvero in
eurred for. The debtors wero sorelv
aggrieved et the peblicity and suecl
the collecting agency for dTmages and
libel. The Judge ruled lUr.t tho ac
count belonged to the creditor to do
wh.it he liked with, in effect to dis
playjt from the Housetops to auction
it oiTon ths street corners, to advertise
it through the newspapers or post it
on every rail fence ia tin country.
Hereafter we may look for displays of
"Sale Accounts," ns plentiful as
"Auction gjU'of Farm Stock." What
a long list the newspaper publishers
could furnish of oSad beats. j
I'iglul Till JIo Dloil,
Tiie accountj)f the girl wfyo laughed
herself to deUi in Ohio is not without
a precedent in this State. Several years
ago "Farmer Allen" and "Brother
Potlc-r,"a they were called (David
Alien and . . I'otter.) used to
travel together ns Iepubiican, stump
speakers. They had a great funtj of
stories, and were accustomed to s
them in a comical way. They spoko
at a meeting at Ddham, (we think U
was), and Farmer Allen set one of th
audience langhingjo that the man
could not stop. Ilo was carried homet
and literally laughed himself to deat)i.
He was a l)mocratt too, we befiev,
and so the killing was done upon ofto
of the opposite part y.
These inqidenLs illustrate the danger
of people being as.funny a they can,-
wlnch Ur. ilouues long ago Warned
Boston lit raid.
It was not a bad illustration of th
after offecU of the grip vvhieh Dennisi
the coachman inada when asked if ho
had recovered." "Yes" he said, "but I
was sich sixteen days after I got well.
Spring racket ne is now -waited, for If roil are
j to lafcc aM get strong and InTlorAttfJ.
THAT 'TlKKrj FEKLiau."
JTii? newspapers ar barlngr a good deal c fnn
now.idajs ver that MUrod leeltnj;,,eo much spoken
of in the myllf.&l KlrertlsmeiiL8- In nnnrnMrtlon
i ti h IL! Ul-hcalth of foaates. It may bs a Eouro
of bllarlty to witty. paragrapaers. but not m to aof-
fenn troaj'n, wno, uyovtrworir. ana a cusrefrara
of the law of health, hare lapsed lata a condition
bordrrlni,' oa Invalidism. What moat womea neel
la to be relleed of s-omcof the blartah work that
U piled cn them, and a free, bat Judicious ate cf
BtrcntherJng tonics, ttn as P. P. P.Prlckly asX
l'oka Ticot and rotasalum). the great eat blood pu,
lntigonlorln Bi;e. superb as a bnllfier
upof women. brlni.lmr bark lot energy to the
UT)0f women. br1ni.lmr bftfk lot enerjry
ix.iy, and color to the laaea cneeki, resiono? in -
apatite, aal thus renewing in her that healthy
vjt'aUty once lost. P. P. P. cures allblooa disease
hi-h as rheui,iatisTn, aj pnuis; tout, Hcrofala, ana
all alcerous aJTrctlons. even ranialhnlne that mel-.
anchcly enemy of an, dysppsiit.
Kcroialt canvl ev t-n "in lis-wur&t fonns, by P. P.
P., and you rlil bo strfiiij and healthy In .a short;
tlni3 by tlie use of P.4'. P.
An old piyaclan, rrtlred-frora practice, haricf
h i l piiKxul in his hands by an East Indl misslon
nry tUe formula of a simple vegetable remedy for
tue spce.ly and permanent cure cf ComstimpUon.
Hroi'ciiitis. (anl), nthnfta and all Throat ana
J.an? AftVetlon, a posture and radical cura
for Nervous lielxut an l all Nerrous Complaint,
titter k-'ivihg tested its wonderful curitlre powers
In tuo'jsmit-i of c sps, .has felt it tus duty to make
U knora to Us surferlait fellows. Actuated by WU .
m li e und a deBtre to relieve human BulTerlnjj,-1 .
will wml free of cb ire, to all woo detre U. this
recipe, la tieimaa, French or EnsavA. wlt'a full dl
rvilons for pi eo.irln? and uainjr. ent by rm-ll by
J fres-ln? ttli sfatftp, ttJHntng thts fwper, W. .
Children Cry forPitcher's Cajtorfi,
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