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SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1892
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' gJWM ir.nrMrtTM,ni n'if," v,.' -.rT-f rf i ni v'ii V;T.3 -j. -wla'p nr.il cwsrtvainJ Roitnj
! i A i fC Vrr - il fir I 4 - tjlX V ' I Ylel tht Ie grown o sloitt, . .
1 V ' iitng Wjr eyes a'.l lif r,: ''.
! . frtr Infanta nnd ChUdren. ' : ; wi ri..Mr,.i. V
extort ! no "well adapted to children that
f rvrfi?HPTi.l itiu superior to any prcscrijitlon
xnowu io'bh)." II. A. AncBcn, II. D.,
111 So. Oxford tt, ISwotyn, It, T.
fTh ii cf Crtrtrla Is iOUn!rfrftl n4
' in"r,tu wlt-knowii that jt wmru w.-rlc
t,W! -r?t fwniHw wio uo uul keep CtorU
Nw York City.
Law I'astor Bloo'uilngdae SormoJ ChureU.
Contort cnrwi ColJe, Oon!patlon,
Bour Ktouiach, Dlarrboja. Lructatloi,
Kilia Worm, give Blueis uul promotes of-
TTltfout talurlous medication.
. , 4 ' .
Trrt srernl yenrs I hare reommrrv!M
your CaHtria, ' id hrill ulways contlniw fc
an ho an It liotf luat'tabt produced DnaoUl
. Enwm F, ?Aiirti, It T).
Tb Wlotbjip," 146iU Stftttt and tth A,
Kw York City.
Tin CffSTAon Cotpf TflioaiUT Stbset, KW Yotuc
i , Oil, the first bride blest,
jH'itr little Impvy Kve,
' :In love and iunotencc ?rcs?cl.
Just as They
' jU:i:' lo von witii u -f;m;ill , alTair
tilut vim iuy ncotl. "J n Knlan.l, t lie
tiiiiifiu aikl lulu y Unein ' taunt rit-s,.
,niWlf w;tiVs :iru -well knowii.
- Miy,Ai:i,"ric:in families in 1 heir re
Jsirh froii! iJri-:iil lnng iny articles'
; witli 'tiii-iii, for ihry know them prcljy
vt4lvlyt yo'i m iy irot one f Uito.
.-Cmfi-U-HCt' Itt tween man siifl ':!
h sl'AV.uf 'rowih, Mifl'w lien'.fi.utiil, its
r.niiy makes it viiluulle.,. I ak your
. en-i'Mice ai.l niako a, reference to
tki-i Joi:rn;sl to imlorso that coiili.lence.
; il. no't liiink il wi'l le nii-i'l it e L
I m .k-Hie b-t form of ji Lm an j.tlolliws vvoilh of Clolhing from
ri!i()!iiti one for, liMioustus ami
iL . t. l .... i t a tA
IiraHllCll . Il'il ai!l ju.nu in ntr
vrur.-. The imiU so sm.-ill in itself,
iin.'l vct i-rf coMiftnt t vou is .s. jre it
ilauinwt' s li -iini; its lini t Jien relief
i . " , ' i " r- ' , ' . P'
vw - tls it i: lias h'-conie the ltnrvel
f.f its sini". , Onf ainl uh.iif roBs. of
i : j. h . . l i . : . .....
ran ii'iiii'. rn.i'rti w j i ii: Mitraii i my
.'. l- I., f!,-. tl. .V.-.P ,,M.. WM.uM lllll
kiowii ht cmihiK' ce as f)Ii. HAY-
DOCK'S NEW UVEIl PILL. It id
old iii Jl -ejii arrets t f Ki!ij'e, 1'iit U
iif t ""North Ani-'iica. The price is
;s low ;;s aa iion'i st nieneine cjui lie.
suljit, '1 cents. S omI a postal card j
fir a s;i!un!e i ii, to try .tin in, "before
)'!' pare liase. '
.. MAY DOCK',
' C3 Fulton St., N. X
Men! o i t'..c v.".. tt binun when yen w rite.
Evc-y person who con torn 1
does himself an injustice not to
first-look through" our stock of
In lierfcction of fit ami finish
our present stock is the envy of
all. We can ieil over $10,000
last year ami v6 don't 'propose
to carry it any longer.
So from, th js - on we will cut
pfiees r g irtvml - It'tr- Seerh a t
this neant :
A Silf-I2vUlciit Tact.
I !' ;
' Thi jon'jwrV lv'lh.a ni.m be
101110 i;!u'iveil with tlmaltno tuulini
ite4 power of kiutlnt. It is potM,t
lever and piiua isnuvi Ions vietori h. The
man who pleadi w'tii his- follow men,
from n he. rt overflow iii with love and
kiiidui M, -tloM ni'Megoo l in one speech
thin ih-i man who nsei ubn.-o call ac
complish in a life time.
In church, State society and home
For ,"). (Kl von .-,-t a $7.50 to $10 00 Suit.
" .1! UK) to 12.00
4- lo.(KH 2;f.0()
I of t "
13 00 l
Horfolk Alliapca Ez cli ange
' - 11 and 13 Commerce St.,
OvixVand controlled by AlHai'cenien
for handling produce, "i , !
COTTOIT A" SPECIALTY.
Don't .se!h : before v.riting for par
ticulars to . "
": J J. ROGERS, Mgr.
. r. O. Eox 12.
22 .00 to 2 j.t)0 "
is fairly ablaze- with, a trulv
; grand, display of Clothes for the
tittle ones. Suits at $1,J$1.50,
.$2.00, 4.00 andlOO all good.
- We have a few more of those
Si its worth 63.00 and $10.00,
isliirhtlv damaued, which we
Its a fact thr$our Clothes a: e
properly made and arc silrc to
the. solid, substantial and satisfactory
v ctori's are those that enunifite frum
kiiidness. There .arc men who drive
their wives into unfaithfulness and
their children away from homeinto
lives of "wickness thnniuh a dictatorial
lossin. that mauif'-sts itself in words
and deeds of bitterness and unkin lness.
There rare'ni misters of the g'osptd who
rpel rather than attract, who drive
mpii away from them and the chim h
Ijecaiise they !ibov apirir of vindictiv
ness and fitterr.ess in the pii'pit ai.d
abuse i! I who do not agree with theii
pecu'il.r way' of th'nking. There i re
politicians w ho make ineii vote against
ihem iuid injure the party to which
thev iieiong bee;.ue thev indnlire in
viHitiiati. n rather than,
lV'b!e have a right t.o tin ir-opiniots
and no man h is a rigut to uousy ins
fell a w;m ia because he can't agree with
hint, j There is no .place in th;s world
where dictatorial assumption of authority-and
imliilging in bitterness pays.
lvindi;es attr:;cts; alu'S. repels. Kiiu:-
tl 'ss builds iii1: abuse destroys. Kind-
ncss wins; abuse 'defeats, hiiidii's
produles Jove; abuse produces hatred.
Kindness ia si force! that brings about
re for ins and elevates inakiud; i buse i.-
u ftire tiaijLdegriM- iU'-wiagaraleMj
no "movements for lettering the coli-
iitrm ot tne iuuuan race.
; It is !s't Xi'je.
a Wo maii s word.
iv hat' is n t niei ?
T11I2 XtAT'l'MSpPTlIX-: CUATI2IU
An Jfrrdrll; Sctaier's MttfXxvX It
. tx tracts fnm a trlicte Jitter
' Written After tiia
; risiit. . -
EolTos LAKL5IAr5C;-Tiie iiriicle en-"
litied Soi' War Ht.-try, relative to
tin; Cr&trrM ntv.r let ersburg. V a.,
printed in u recent bs;ie of Lrnvl
m?ti! reminded me that Iredell county
bad u goo 1 it my soldjens in thut bat
tle, and that -shortly after it ':. over
and while sdll laboring ndrr its ox
citenient, r wrote a long privale Utter
to rt rebttivK uaw liriug in Stitesviile.
giving in froj jmdsi va way not in-,
tcnnei lor tno tnibbc nn uccount of
the iff;iir. He fleemcd the letter wor
thy, :.s a conlribiitioii to cuirent hi-t-tory,
to be published, and took it to
''Fathir l!runrr,M of Salisbury, who
selected a portion of it, which he pub-
ti'hea in the oi.i Lahouxa atcmma.
The, article win pubiishel about Au
gust, irot .
h sid' S those from Iredell, the 40th
North Carolina regiment ha I soldiers
from the nei:hl'oriiir counties d'
Rowan, Mecklenburg, Lincoln, Ga-ton,
C!cvelanl, Catawba and McDowell. It
may be the ftiryivors would like to
read again what a comrade wrote at
the time of this battle.
It may be well, for the proper un
derstanding of the letter by those who
were not at the battle, to explain that
in the position we then occupied in
ihe lims around Petersburg our (Ran
som's) brigade, composed of what was
left of the 21th, 25th, iftth, 49 Ii ar.,1
oGtli North Curoliii'i regiments, fronted
eastward. The nrt of the lino where
the mine waexplode 1 and tlr "CraerM
tornml was jut a little so ith oi our
posir on. When ;.fter hew explosion
our reimei.t (the 25th) was thrown
luck, to protect oui right mid rear
and t) tire' into 'lu flink of the enemy
if they attempted to advauee toward
Petersburg Through the g-ip in our
lines mae by l he explosion, it fronted
to the south while the remainder ol
the brigade still fronted to the east and
its left extended nearly o the rear of
the light of the next (49Ji) regiment
rorniing a right anrle, which
1 9 I U t I
t 8 I
irive satisfaction. No
sljii nking, fading or buttons
falling off. - -
Our. Spring Stock is complete
; in the new Shades and Styles.
Yen run no
who have j CoillC to ,SO US
iiipnfa r Wnntli and 11 ii Oi- i
"lcan ai1 wo say, as a irial
-WV h p.iiti'-ul is loi honuM Vne Snrvr itvimif. j -ii i i
MiM.iiti,- tju,iirtl.aiiors. UiiUmltrd E.vn.nn Will llfOVO COUClllSl VeIT.
3i D.F3io x. Cherry. Naslivlllo, Tenn.
Vf fiu I'UIH ft j 1 ' III'- lll'li' i I T J
M. S. BROWN.
Is the Placs to Get Monuments, ToinlDstones;
toirA:J;.rSe stock -ofVEUMONT MARBLE to arrive in a f w days Wo guarantee
s'ac'llai1 hi every respect and positively will not be ttnde sold.
1 y Granite Monuments ;
- Of all V''ia. spceialty f
it is 11'!
yon a-k r
W. ll,ito be candid and jii a l it severe,
the bhlut f ( b'-wiiig ium on the
streetkor in company. The wr.t'T not
lniiL'k'd s;iv a -Mil on our stive's
y .j - .
very f it, and eyei y tew minute's the
gum woul I hnlge in t'lie upper story ol
Jier mouth, and in trying to get it hark
she stmnped'her toe, ynd her eyes looked
like the full moon.; That was -a gr.-.rd
sig!it;on a public thoroughfare, -wasn't
ii Y Snne ir!s have another habit, oi
putting money in their mouth nick
els, dimea or any loose and unhandy
change. Now, this is decidedly not
"nice." Of course, you deny that-you
ever did such a.horriWle thiutr, but then
are giris, and swcefT and pretty ones.
too, at that, who unconsciously (tor
surely 1 1vy would not do it knowingly)
pop-bits of money into their mouths as
he nvst convenient plat e to' carry it
when nanus are titled with na leases or
an umbrella and a trailing gown make
one long to be a circus attraction with
four arms. Outside of the fact that a
naturally dainty cat tire should revolt a
putting to one's lips a coin that ha
lieen goodness kij ws where, there i
the self-evident fact that disease could
L easily be transmitted in this manner.
It is an old' and hackneyed 'subject, ve
know, but the daily sight of such ji dis
gusting practice makes -enderfmation
allowable. Nothing in this wide world
is as dirty as 'money. "Filthy lucre"
expresses it njo.st correctly, and tlien
in) agine a woman who would never
ttiink of kissing; a dirfy, ragged tramp
placing between her lips a coin that lie
has prob.ibly carried in the same place.
Look; at 'it in this liht, and you will
not be so ready to make ymr mouth
the receptacle for dirty, diseas dissein
inatini; bits of coin. Durham Recorder.
nearer the "Lr.der tltm any
part of the brigade.
I was at ihe nine the senior cuptain
of the Ii rrgimeiit hit h made my
eomp.ny (C) the i;rg4i t. company of
i he, ivgimeiit, r and, tk? i eloie, put -it
imi'm diatTdy at this angle nearest the
"Crater," w here we Were f. -ree l to see
mere of the terrible set ne. than any
The "Col. Fleming' of tlv? lefter
was . Cd. .John A. Fleming, of Me
U'lwtll couniy, who commanded the
r gini'Mit (in that occasion mitil. Jie wa
Icillel )iiati w'.ioiu a bravi-r 'man
ecer liv. d. lilaj. D ivi"' was Ihe
gallant James T. D i i, of M cklep
1)U rg, afterwards lieutenant coiom-1 of
the regiment, and who was mortaliy
wounded in (fen. h e s la:-t L'reat
ciiare bv which he broke the enemvV
iitie in front of Petersburg," in March,
lb05, and died a few days alter. -My
Captain Iviwin r. Harris, whom I had
known as the fnn-!oving "3 pee." llar
lis at Davidson College, was from Ca
barrus, though thenin command of an
I rede! 1 company, (formerly Capt. A.I).
MooreV) which comj-'any sit the time
was the left company of the reir'nit-nt.
Vonrs trul v. U. A. Ciiambeks.
graced eHch t.ther iii the death strus
gl. - Weicotjld see si man bayonet his
nniand w hildin Jhe jaet of withdraw
ing his wapo i have! his hand mashed
by the butt of a rifle. This is plain
truth. U ij iif f kageration. Hut
overwheliin nunitH-rs in such a fight
must pretaii; - Oradmdlv the sinall
portion f CljiattV Hngude which was
between Mj nUd the mine were pressed
brtk upon nf. But nobly and you
may ciuph isik the wordve ntnt lie
vnlctill'j, did jlhose South Carolini
coufe.-t qvery inch of the .grouud.
Color aftcjr eler w-u$ placetl upon (Iim
works from which oar me-i" were driven
until twthe stands waved defiance1 in
our fac.fc.; Ilyond 'the brow of the
hill and hidden by it from us, more
ll.i!iit d our 'outnuuilfered bo- s thus
making eiijHtvcn in all. Wiiile this
was g ing o;j our men were not idle.
Poor Colonel. F. Cinne to me, and
and g tve ine comm:.nd. of the s mie
men I had on the 24 of June, told me
to place tjieui in a snia'J ditcji rnnni,.g
perpendicularly to "the' main trench,
mid, if possible, stop the enemy -who
were pouring around the inside of our
works and coming down on 7ur riirht
flank. The remainder of the regiment
poured a galling tire; into theimisses of
the enem v who were pouring over "the
works and down upon our men. By
this me.iils the enemy were first checked
and then (caused to lie low in the cap
tared works., !Pre the sharpshooting
w;is kcpt;np o i botli sides, but owing
to the position of my company it ya-
ic to hre right m'o the ditch packed
full of w bite a-itl LI ack Yankees. Ev
ery b,ill told. Three or four titi.es d'!
a Yankee color behr r bravdy corr
his c.l us out and cUik-Tr to get his
nten to Mhr.v, but they couM not be
inducicl t' leave the trenches amL fin
ally h ? fell a victim to his reckless dar
ing. Here we held them s.t b..y until
our general could concen' rate' forces
Iiy eleven oM'oek all was ready. Just
I M-fori- this and while the sharp-hooting
was r.igmg, Col, V. was kIpjc through
the head. Poor fell o A ! lie was e n-sied
past van a greatly disfigured man. The
ball nil J the blood made his face shock
ing to look upon. Hut we did not
then h.tv'e time forireg e's. We could
see the enemy's bayoueti glis'en s;nd
their colors move while -they .prepared
to charge do vn up ni us. Oh ! this
was a feriiUle, moment! Knt h man
seemed to kno7anl fedtoo, tiut wt
nvik kwp theni back. If we did ; not
we would be slaughtered where we
were, or.all killed if we altemptel to
i ' rea' v and in either case Petersburg
was gonej Thi South Cartdinians
were gon 1 by the lelt iluik down the
main 1 .re.rc.hes7 a ml were forming with
ihe left of our regiment. The right
l our regiment was then nest to the
enemy and would have to 'receive the
a-s itiii. Just think of that moment.
Upon it the fate-of Petersburg, per
haps ot our army, perhaps of the Con
federacy itself, depend d! On the out
side of our lot works on w hirh flo ated
twelve flags -we could see the bayinet
of men formed in line of battle -ready
to charge over. In our trenches were
p icl-.e I m isses of I he enemy, w ho, a?;
soon as their comrades had passed over
them, and gotten between them ;:nd
us, would rise and follow them. Al!
this we stood! and fiitv viihin fifty
yards of our.. Ag iust this force Avas
our regitrent, and the remnant of El-
other on our gorl fortune i gettina
througli ately w hen the order to moTe
separated us. H,s coinfiany ,was on l hel-Escnse me, Lnt do von think"
extreme left of the rtyini-nt, and in
going back to mr oi l position led the
v'ay. At the head of his company he
followcnl Mj. Davis along the trenches
chatting gaily, when they came to an
exposed position on the line. A ball
from the piieniy passed closafa the
major. He turr.ed to warn his men to
walk low. Just as he turned a ball
struck poor El., passing through hi
neck, cutting the great nr(ervr The
blood fpouted from his neck in a stream
ns. large as ones finger, r.ml go hed out
at his motith. And now ensued n
most ten der and nfiectinatn ' w'ene.
The poor fellow seemed at once to re
nliz' his -'condition'.. Hf could not
snenkr lint stepping up to Major Da
vis he pissed his left hand 'through hi
arm to siipport himself from Jailing,
Mil 1 extended his right to tell the ma
jor ftrewell, while he gave him a look
which M !j. D. says he shall never ibr
get to his dying day. It seemed to
sty; T am killed; I know you cannot
help ni"; do not forget rue; good-bye!"
I he major saw he was going fast, the
blood was spouting from his neck. He
urged him to sit "flown. This he did
not seem inclined to do, but tottering
toTjieutenant Crawford, of his com
pany, shook hands with him, gave him
the same look and fainted from loss of
blood. He ceased- to breathe r.S lit
was carried out. Thus it Was ihat
poor "Speck," as we always called him.
yow'eonld ever lovetue if w ell-
SV: '-Well, I mast w tliH i.' ,v
He: 'Oh, don't be cffendMl. It Cost
me more than 5&00 to nnd out v heVber
the last one loved me or not, riai lHo
got to economize, you- Vaow.n
Uncle f "Hovy- are yon g tting on
with your collection jc'ilMV,-'
Nephew: "A few .weeks a? I h 1
an extremely rare and valuable ?p d
m?n.' , , . ' .
Uncle: MPray, what wa tint?"
Nrphew: tt piee of g okl aov
creigu, in fact but I bad t. change ih"
Bride: "Don't yoti tcninilx-r that v.
children wei-ne to pkv house in brio
or four paeking-lM)xes? Ain those tlafn
were too h.tppy to 1 ist f
0room:"Oh I don't know; nreuVwo
living in a flat Tlirmkhn JAfe,
"Yes," - said young Hudgkius, who
sat in calm disregud of tho clock, '
may s iy that! am iv fixture in out cdiice,
now." . ": '-v . - ---
not try, to describe the sorrow I feel
Vn; was iny best, my mot intinv.itc
frieud, in the leitnon.t,
- UI know Mr. Undgjifns," hhs an
swered gently, "but this isn't your o'fiico
you know." Lansing Xeic?
Wuggt l4Sm;th,the bahcr, is a very :
f ...... .a
W acrar: 4IIe has si sin nwi"-l!a'
died. I cannot, an I therefore shulli60"11 s.".c stuff aa dreams are m.ulo
ot. llarper .1 JSaiar, -
Winkle: - lare you sren
Tw aer in hei new tailor made gowm ?"
Ned 1: "No, she" was out walking
when I called."
Winkle:" Wusnnv oneelseat home?'
No Id: "Yes, the tailor who made
it Was there." ,
C. B. WEBB & CO.,
Merit tm. the Watcliraan when yon write
- T. L. ELLIOTT
JOHNSTON & ELLIOTT,
CHAELQTTE, IT. C.
!x . ; - - S EA
I LI I- ' , Li""
Granite EndMarble Works
A t uholcsale and retail. Own-
'lift! rP ir m.lnl -1 -
iiiu tClCl" llL'll
111 1 -. I I I'Olinf V A,.,t.i f.... Tu '
. ........... vw. mi , nt 1113 IU1 X I I'll I
t 2rZ.:r i-jcinces, finals, restmgs, &c.
Dou't read ! Dou't lh:nk ! D-m't be
lieve! Now, are vou better? You wo
men who think lhat patent medicines
area humbug, ami Dr. Tierce's Favorite
L'rescriptio'i ihe biggest humbug of the
whole (oeeause it's the best known of al!)
docs your lack of faith cure conn?
It is very easy to 'Vou'l" in this world.
Suspicion always ecraes more easily than
cnlitlenee. lint doubt little faith
never made a sick woman weil. anf ihe
."Favorite Prescription" has cured' thou-
simlsof uciieate, weak .women, which
makes us think that our "Prescription"
is better than your "don't believe."
We're" both honest. Lot us come to
gether. You try Dr. Pierce's Favonte
Preseiiplioii. If it doesn't do as repre
sented, you get your money again.
Where proofs so easy, can you afford
to doubt. - ; j
Pi 1 ice's
PEcCRlPTIOX CI THE FRUIT AT I'ETEI.-.-BURG.
Extract, from a letter dated, On the
Line-, Petersburg, Vra., July 31, lSfW:
" The night previous to the hat tie. he
(Col. Fleming of the 4(J h) and M.;j.
Davis ami myself had had a long and
most pleasant conversion, ia f'et
Cd. F. and sit ui and chatted until
in dnight. iittle dreaming what ;i storm
was brewing or how- fatal it woidd be
to e of us. Next monrug the
S A, l. I-l" 1
spr.ngmg or a mine uu er retrain
(formerly 13r.;nchV) battery, immedi
ately on the right of our brigade, a
terrific vdly from the enemy's ariii
h rv along the whole line and a simul
taneous cha'-ge by a l;rge portion, if
not the "whole of Burnside's corp.
liott's men the remainder of our bri
gade being scattered along our works
to hold or try to hold to tiiem in c ise
of a front assault. The suspense was
awfu!. We kept up a close tire and
endeavored to make the place so hot
th.it 1 hose outside of our iiivs would
be ht!i to (line over. 01.! wh .t a
load was raised as we looked to the
righ t and s;v.v coming up ever the
brow of the lull the 2oth ('., the
25th N. C. and Mahone's brigade.
Still kutiwing the tremendous f jrce of
ihe enemy, ue trembled for t!;e result
of the charge. Strong r and stronger
, e ma le our lire upon the enemy. On,
on, l'glit on, came the Confederates.
The yell was raised, the men took the
run. and right on, right up to our lost
works they went. Such a sdrnt-we
raised ; s we saw ihe enemy 11 e pell
mell from before our men! Then was
bailee. Oh ! but we did pour ihe
It: it le 11 sioiiii mtw iiiu iiiii.i ui'ia-ci t,j
men that rushed down the hill to their
Little but-active are Pr.
liest Liver Pills made; gentle, yet
thorough. They regulate and iuvigorate
the liver, stomhcTi and bowels.
waked lis from our slumbers' and called , m,r c
us into position in the trend e-. A
great many of Elliott's (formerly Ev
ans') brigade of South Cardlini ins,
who immediate'' supported the bat
ttry,"were blown up. ami asfill greater
mifnbfr swallowed no in the clia-in.
Gen. Elliott was wounded. The men, i
of course were greatly confused by the j
II' I 1 ll I A lll01ULt OH'l I'llU . i ' I . -. .
1 - -. . rrnssei an nackel upon eacn
H.c u.uuj ---s. .0 r.,, t..i..,,.o11.. I,.UJ r.F ih ci.oinv
All" lit 111 - l ' 1.1 ' I'-w vn ..j
owti lines. Such a slaughter! The
re-taken works, -the main trench eight
feet wide, the perpendicular 4itclies,
the numeroMs ditches, ihe numerous
"bomb-preofv were literally jur-ked
with the deiel and wounded. Black
and white Yankees were piled and
What t!ie people Want.
It is justly expected that in all func
tions of government" the .wishes, and
wants of the p. ople should 1 e consid
ered, and - this, too,, before any other,
in a icpublic whose beast is that ot
equality before the law it is surprising
tu.it any other sentiment should pre
vail. But a s d expeii-mce is teaching
us tha honesty, truth and virtue are
not always the producliott of political
aspiration. We are sadly realizing
that those whom-we trusted most im
plicitly have all along been studying
how they might most -effectually be
tray the tritst of the people, it they
niLdit thereby build up their jw-n per
soilal intere ts, and thin trauduleulh
make wt tilth for themselves. This
persistent betrayal of political and
financed trust has been winked at and
patiently cn lured, until the toiler has
irowii weary.. i. the unequal strife;
until his eye', heretofore blinded, are
open-to the baud and greed which areT
daily circumscribing his circle of
rights. He is m ii big the discovery
that the law made by his entrusted
servants gives to his neighbor powers
and privileges which tire emphatically
defied hi;:s if. The laboring men,
the m:.s of the people who have been
deceived and defrauded, are simply ask
ing tor their equal rights its Aoi-Tic-an
citizens. The people simply want jus
tice; they simply plead that unjust dis-
cr nunat ion sh;iiux)t despo.l them oi
their heritage of manhood. That
equal merit shall have an equal chance;
1 hat the m iiihooil, the human, rnay
not die within li em. The people have
I 1 ! J .1 1.
is net i lor lusttcr; 11 ey nave neei
-treated with sib nt contempt lone.
enough," s.nd from now on theyat-4
oin to eeuantl and enforce then
Strength zind IIca"t!r.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthv. trv Electric lhtters. If "La
CJrinpo'1 has b ft you weak and weary,
u.sc Klectrie lh iters, this remedy acts
tlirt ctlv on Liver. Stomach and Kidr.eys
geatly aiding thuse organs to perform
their function--. It you are afflicted with
sick Headache, you w ill hud speedy nut
oerinanent -rein f by taking-Electric Bit
lers. One trial will convince you that
this is the remedy you need.; Large bot
tles only 0O0. at Rluttz & Co.'s drugstore
A good to way slop sl.mder is to pay
no attention to it. The next timesom -b
-dy s ays anyih'g bad about you just
try it, and see h ny ma l they will get.
BacHcn's Araica Salve.
The best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Salt "Rheum, Fever Sores,
Tetter, Chapped" inrnd, Chilblains,
Corns and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 2o cents per
box. For sale by T. F. Xlullz & Co.
bers. They poured into the cha-m (a
iremendous one) m de by their mine,
and ovt r the works, on either si !e, in
a restless stream of men both black
and" white, crying: "No q- arter to the
rebels! ' The 2-3th ir-gini?nt was on
the right of our brigade and ours n t.
The -loih h d thrown up a ravine to
protect our llauk and re ir and our ;
And now we witi!essed-;-ud to somedt
gree participated in one of I lie ni'st
terrific and desperate fight3 of t!ie war.
The enemy re-inforced rapidly. (Jtd
nmri art'-i eolumn of troops-negroes
and wbile men in great Hark bbn
Actor: "I have worked hard to piracy
lis? people. I havctri"d everything in '
he business,but they won't be pleatd."
Manriger: "Havevou tried iroinor out
of the business?" '
She: "WTien she besins to act. tho
nidience torgets that it is in a theatre." ,
He: . "Yes, it se ins t thsnk it is a
Kinor, and legir-s talking." j
Doc! or; "Dil you have a hctivy
I1 '.ri'atifMil; "it. fecmed
1) toi: "Did your teeth chatter?''
. F r Patient: "No; they were in
my dressing case.' .
-ti-o.-r's Boy: "Tilts lady says the
butter is bad1
Giocer: - "Give her good weight."
It is not "until a man is thirty beforo
he logins to wrap the sniyH bilh on
the outside of. his roll. SiTing. L
"I r.m weddetl to art," sai 1 Parley.
"Welt," sai.t Critictis.giziug ut Par
ley's Picture, "I'd et n- divorce if I
were vou. bhe has desc ried you.
Brooklyn Life. " -
Beggar: . "Please, sir, will ye lend
me a dime Jer git kouu tliin ter eat-?"
Gentleman "You've got a quarter
in your hand now. .Wluu'g that for?"
Beggar: "that's to tip the waittr."
Uncle rJI)ony:It 4ooks ter moi
powerful liko I'd hab to git married,
sah, unless something happens." ,
Chubberly: HUiiiess what, under"
Uncle Ebony: "Unless I gits a suit.
tt clothes from a gentleman about y-t
size, salu! ' I.
Its Wcnlcrful EL'ects oa tho Liver,
Stoiaacli, Uowels and -Kidneys.
rotect our tiaurk .ind re ir and our reg
ment mov d to th" rig t and joined
he outnumbered Smth Cardinians.
made the number of -our poor fellows
who had been killtd when the won
were taken, look small. Along Iv ie
we had two lines running parallel and
close to each otht r. In an angle ot
our front line a force of the enemy
were penned. Our men deterinimd lo
take these without risking the lives ol
our men. A mortar was brought up
and a few shells dropped over i imuig
Them, when t hey soon surrendered. In
this tlock was BrigaUer B irtlett, ard
s'aff. He bad !os.fa leg lief ore York
'ovvn, and in this battle hi tronlen leg
was broken. 0 ir whole line war
again ill pes- ssi n. And now to re
turn to our own regiment. Aft r Ha
lines pouri' g over the parapet ami
-.naliinrr Inn-n the itis!lTP (if l hfi tlVm h"S.
. . 1 . t 1.1 1 1
our men from two .It- 'aKen, ami ine ngut cer, our iego.e-u.
pharr,- w::s male, our mine works re
s- n - -
I R .lfJm ..! . .:i1
I II III lU'M'lllV ti'lMUS sums win . . ,. 1 ... ..!, .. ...... ., I
T-ontil-P cj V 1 , . . lL r , , closed at noon on Srrdas durnll e thus coming on our men from two .11- mumm., -Vb..... ...
.leoplo of Salisbury and vicinity wanting monuments should nil ir 0 n 051 utlm 1 !(rrecti.sn,. "Byontts Tocked, r tleJ w..s onhred b: ck to o.r old p.- i n
. spoiled with u?. Estimatos ftirntslind irrntis'. ' . I rd,.ldvl nd uu n in their desner- tptain E!vi'i V. Harris and m -d;
MeintLc; nwUniuc. . , C-hlldf-yi Cry for Pitcher's T-tCrla." utim threw awry thejr arms a:il hal just been cougr..lul..t.:ig a ;
Find the ean?e fo each wrii kle anih
man's face, m d ou will find it was
put there bv worryiogver something
that worrying edIrvot-help. ;
For Biliotwncs, 'Constipation and jra
larin, take Lemon Elixir.
For Indigent ion, Siek nnd Nervous
Headache, take-Lemon Elixir.
Ft r Sleeplessness, Nervousness ami
Hearlfailureitake iAjniou Elixir.
For Fover Chills and Debility," tiiko
Lemon Elixir. ,
Lalies, far natural and through organ iq
regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
Jr. Mozley's Ieinon Elixir will not
fail jou in any ot the above named tTis
eascs, all of which arise from ai torpid or
diseased liver, -tpaach,kidueys or
bowels. - -" ;
Prepared only by Dr. IL Jl.ozley, At
J.mtn, On. 50c. ond ?l bottles at --drug
gists. " " ' - '
A Promlacnt Uinlstor Writes.
After ten years of great fullering from
Indigestion", with great nervou-- prostra-
tioii, biliou.-mesli.Hordcied kitineys ami
const ipalion, Hiave been cured by Dr.
Mozley'j Lemon Elixir and ata now a
we'd man. - Rev. C. C. Davis,
. "Eld. M. E. Church South,
No. 23 Tatindl St. Atlanta, Ga,
A M'itIO .iKDltlNE.
rotl.tnff ao rmcncJius an P. P. P. for a srr r;r
m 'ii n at ibis sea or-, sUKi lorionir-s ii. iun,u-
i it an 1 as ; 'r aytit'M'f ana sp.H-rzrr i.i.e
P P. f. II :ll thn xrjn M.d til. f-nn put jou in
'.tkxI - rv fiMon. 1. P I. Is i ltf Ir st an log nwU-
i Ine In the vorl i frr ihe ea.icnt aiaat-DU. i&e
3. steai Is liable to id tue sf-rn g.
F ir 0 1 so m, s pi r.ru; itons. P m Ira. Vlcer
tnS- '.1!H. u p-.U P. '. P., ami g-t well sms
e-In !V b!-s I -g ontv to - rt'-rlvt a imra the t
ol i. P. r. (Prickly As'i, Poke Hoot a ,tlPota&aume
?:-c .t striTj mrdVtfw Is P P. P., he greates.
i 1 uiiii ;r In t le vv jrl i, ;n ! u of peo ae In
UU city wlu-ro n is a mxt iciasol lenity.
VThcn Uikby vrss sick, -re ar'e her Cutrx.
Wht n slie was a CliiM.she crljd for Castorta "
Vlien she b-ca-tie Miss, she clung to Costaria.
Wh she had CiiWren. !ic : tbm Castoria
uTho world is full of fools and ho
who woiild not wislv to e one must
not only shut himself up alone but
mib't also tlest n y hi loukiiig gl iss."
Make uote of this, -4
A. Little Qiri's Experience ia aI4gat
Mr. and Sirs. Loreu Trescott are keep- "
crs of the government lighthouse atSaml
Beach, Michigan, and ate b-cssed with i
daughter lour -yea is oiti. iust April
was taketi-down vyilh ileasle., lollowett
with a drejidlul C'ouhtiiid turiiing into a
Fever. Doctors at liouie and at Detroit
treafetl her, Imt in vain, he grew .worso
rapidly, until she waaa mere hantlfnl of
'ones. Then iihe triethDr. K'n's New
Discovery aud aftr I be Ue of two aid i
half bottles, was com p.' t ly cured. They
jty Dr. Kings JtW Discovery is worth
i's weight in .bb yet yon nmy get atria)
Kittle free at K!ut & Co, T drug .sire,