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.TVBUSIIED M THE TEAR 1882. .
S;' PRICE, 1.5jtN APVyCK. ,
Invalids wh ardi recoTing vitol Ftumina,
ilrclare iu rfratfiful lerms thi'ir Uppn-cia-tiua
of th"' nuTiiji aa Ionic, of Hosuuer'a
Stoniach liitttrsi! irt ony Ih it imparl
itretitftli thc'ftvftik, but ft uIbo corrects
b irrvjflilarj afljl iiftute of the etoniach,
nuki'StTie l)vifl8ct at proper intervals,
riTMe to I th-0! who titiTer from Rlu u
inticaiil kiInftrtfoiibli-, and conquera ad
wril aa jircvntsvfeifer anil npne.
!8i GAITERS, made to
oruen ail "i
first Class SeveuU'en. Years Ex
perience. All MaterHJ of the best grade, and wort
done tn the latest Jaty.les t
Rrady made wifrksalwaya on hand- Repairing
tpiitly-sind prpmnjiv ?ione. uratrs ov man prompt
l:li. . F U 1ii.ii.hi.v. 1. 0
BLACKMER &TAlf LOR
AS WEliL 4S THE INTEREST OF
avfford. of the firm of
CRAYFORD & CO.,
Wo are! nowfpreparetl to supply our
'eactomci'slwitli all kinds of
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if - -
lit addition to the
Heat' Selected Stock of
H Ik ilf D W A R E in the
Ve also handlo
as ting Powder
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and al full line oT'Mrninir Sunolies.
Dupiclto Any Prices in
AND SEE US.
" L TAUliU.
OA.1. L fil
Save Me From Myself.'
" I . ' i 1 v
?T kkv. iu sc.- orroRD.
Lord, Bare me from my sin.
Nt from its cToonj alone,
But h its giant power in me,
By grace, be rerthrown.
i ' f i " '
This evil heart within;
Lord, tare me from myself, for then
I shall be Bared from sin, ;
It is the foe within :
t That makes the fortress weak; i
Myself, njiy greatest cneiny, '
, For self-control I seek. , , , .
, 4 . f - " is
God ofsalratlpiu grant. 1 - i ! i ill
This liberty to me,
Then shall my purer service yield f
More glory unto Thee.
From tbe Hand-Book.
NOBTII CAItOLINA. I
Population aI iymd area GottnV,
owJ J.crs Improved and Unimproved.
TIlA natural inrrnaiA in nnr nrvtutlut inn
has been greater tlian from natural and
foreign sources iu most other States, and
now ranks it ns the fifteenth in the num
ber of its inhabitants in tha Union. It
increased from 1,071,301 iu 1870,to 1,39!),-
650 in I860, and can now be safely estima
ted at 1 ,500,000, Classified by the census
according to sex there were in 1880, 637,-
903 males, and 711,842 females: by race,
867,242 whites, 531,267 colored, people.
1,230 Indians and 1 Japanese. The ag
gregate population consisted of -270,994
families living iu 264,305 dwelliugs. The
number of pernons to a square mile was
28.81, the number of families 5.58; dwell
ings 5.44. The number of acres of laud
to a person 22.21, toa family 114.73. The
number of persons to a dwelling 5.30 ; to
a family 5.17.
The per cent age of increase front 1870
to 1830 was 30.06 ; of density of popula
tion 8 per cent. " "
Distributed according to topography
421.157 of the popnlatiou livs on the South
Atlantic coast, -743,739 on the Interior
Plateaus and Table Lands ; and 233,U4
in the Mountain districts.. . According to
the same distribution 203,771 colored peo
ple live on the South Atlantic coast; 300,-
236 on the Interior Table Lands ; and
27,270 iu the Mountain districts.!
r 1 4,
i , .
Currituck. .. .
lev rvJ 1
Forayrn. . .-.
Macon, .. ....
Acres land. ....
1 xtx Pioni Tvi TiixriRR TjAND.
i xiuniu s
There are. 40,000 square miles of
almost unbroken forests in NCrth
Carolina, comprising pine, clustnut
oak maple, beech and hickory tim
ber in their finest growth It is es-
timated that in ten years the timber
alone in North Carolina will exceed in
value the present total valuation of
n !, nrmrtv in the State, inclu
Idin laud. The State grows nineteen
Ivarietiesof oak, and its pine nrests
are f tjje 1,.1. IndianopUs $en-
The-Washlngton Correspondent of
the fHiftrliifto J111 rtil e-i v
Tl.eM ; . .,-1 iM.n:LmIf January 17 : "Heavy snow storms
mere is a general rebellion. among I - r i r .
.1.-. -1 . tJl extending over a period of fiOeen
' . . t . fa 1
live f appropriation bill whieh adds
one hr to their dar'. labor To hear
1. ... 1.1 ....
silch outrage was ever Ufor7attemi-
ted to be practiced upon an already
overburdened class of people as thU
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proposition requiring mem io worK
eightLours a day! lei the half hour
or hour recess' at noon:s It was the
general topic of 'conversation about
-irV n i - .- .
Y"t""" " .w
",tlfts Klerks male and lemale,
nau a louuy oi their jnenas on nana
to deTet the measure: As it was pro-
as . v v
iK)sed to pass the bill under a sospen-
:j.a " . m
ston ot the rules, many ot their
friends discouraged the idea of mak
ing any light iu the House, but said
they: would assist iu getting the Sen
ate to strike the provision from the
bill. A handsome 'and elegantly
dressed lady who sat near me for a
while was so vehement in her denun-
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C,UVUU U1 we wiuumu ior uuiiig
a provision in the bill that 1
ventured to ask her if she ws hi
employment of the Government. She
rather disdainfully replied i that she
was not, but that her husband was.
When, at her request, I pointed out
Mr; Ciaunon, who reported the bill,
she 1 was pretty severe on him, and
said the clerks would see that he is
never elected to Congress again.
Here we seeue of the great evils
resulting from a long ascendency of
....i:... i ... n-i i ...
jHiiuiuai parcy. xuu employes
of 'the Government come to regard
themselves as a privileged class, and
think they' have a personal right to
the offices which they have held so
loug. .If any effort is made to re
form, the service, they look upon it as
meddling with their personal affairs,
aud resent it by organizing to defeat
the representatives of the cople who
have dared,. to . interfere with them.
Now there are at least a million of
X,UTT k miiiiwu
people iu the United States just as
r . . .i . ?
competent , to perform the duties of
I clerks in tha departments as those
who are tiiere, -and they IwoulJ be
gted to work eight, or even ten,
hours a day, if they could secure
those offices ; but the favored few
who have held them for i so many
years, seem to think they have a di
vine right to live at the expense of
the Government, and shirk ail the
I work4hey can. While the office hours
I in none of the departments are more
than seven, m some they are only six,
and all have an intermission at noon.
1 do uot think it is possible to find
, r . , i . '
fl ii. r n fin.un nion uiiin pupr nil ri
men wno ever
themselves, meutally or- physically,
by work. It is what they do outside
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8ov,3oioi omce nours inai is leiuug on iiieir
I . ..... .
I Kuow a Thing or Two.
uMv dear boy " said a father
"My dear boy," said a father to
8 0n 80n, '
pany. The lads with whom you as-
I sociate indulge in bad
iiauus. 1 ney
dnuk, 'smoke, swear, play cards, aud
visit theatres. They are not safe com-
pany for you. I beg you to quit their
"Yon needn't be afraid, of me,
m rm . m it m m . . .
twirling , his cane in his fingers,
laughing at the "old man's uoti
A few years later and that lad,
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grown up to mannoou, sioou at iue
bar of a court, before a jury which
I had just brought in a verdict of guiltyj
nie bad been concerned.
f Before lie was sentenced he ad-
dressed the court, and said among
other things, "My downward course
I began in disobedience to my parents
I thought I knew as much of the
world as my father did, and I spurn
ed his advice : but as soon as I turn-
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HIT www vi ,w"., I .
came upon me like a drove of hyenas
t f I
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I aim uurncu me w rum.
ru, M:.7 r: .-uA
1 are beginning to.be wiser thau your
parents. Mark it, aud learn mat
a . a . i .
disobedience is tlie first step on the
road to ruin. Don't" forget it, but
I 11 ..,11
I iiouder it well.
. me Mjinnese are a womienunv
imitative race of people. Some weeks
they commenced uy me po-
- J nation of a newspaper in xsew l ork
city, and now comes tlie report that a
prize fight was fought by celestials in
Philadelphia a week ago. It is the
drst of the kind on rocord, but illus-
t rates the facility with which forcign-
ers alapt themselves to our peculiar
civilization. We venture to suggest
that it will be next in order lor a na-
tive of the Flowery Kingdom to at-
tempt to eat two rats a day fur thirty
day5., and we Ure pref red to put
up" that he can do it. Lhar. Jour-
lamer, repnea me ooy, laugmng. ucrone ougiu to oe neara in a courc Church make it right? Would it be right!
"I know a thing or two. I know how of justice except Upon the condition forme to steal money to putin tbe colectfontj
far to go and when to stop of submitting both to do and receive nd if it'is'riht for the Church, is it tai
The Geneva correspondent of o the!
tiomiou Times telegraphs, under date !
iim vu imvia iirniiiirwii an piLninniinirv
rT' ... V
aye ,,,c" lowcre " -""
of the same name. Hie scene ot them.ri f.ft - ... '
phenomenon is near the. villageof
l su.r "J ?ask, ' t 1 '
lot the villaire were aiarmeu ov a ter-1
i , . . . , ., -
n , ?lSPuchf k".ew Id
w - Sw. i
es in ail haste, and takiht? onlv such
I thinr tlv M,M lv tliPir l.n,l,
J . . ' .
tail, liii i m v ui a r. a. u ' m. a ; biic k i i v n
r J ... n y 7 , t , r .
boring villages of Geravel and Bouch-
- ww iicn lis. wn rnf npxi mnrninir
. ... .1 . . i .
they ever beheld. A great mass of
earth, solid and compact, pushing be
fore it heaps of mud and stones, drag-I
ging after it rocks and trees, was !
rolling and irresistibly down the
mountain side, straight toward the
houses they had left only a few hours
previously. Before noon the mud and
avalanche, followed by further earth
,. . ,J ... ,,
blips iroui wie mou iwuu, r". ?:UU.
its course, ana nooouy can ten now
soon the disintegration of the moun
tain will come to an end.
What a Glass of Wine Did.
writer, who wished to impress
upon his hearers that small incidents
often influence great events, recently
1 called attention
to an interesting bit
oi iwsiorv. lue f UKe ot wrieaus
, . ....
was the sou ol Jving Juquis rhillippe,
! T.- .1 I ? . . I
oi j: ra uce, aim was me neir- io uie
throne. 1 he duke was in the habit
of drinking just so many glasses of
wine. One additional glass would
a . : a
make him tipsy. Un a certain occa
sion when he was about to leave Paris
to join his regiment he invited sever
his friends to ! breakfast with
Everything was so jolly tliat
, , , c- . . nii - i.aoM
V"'6 .V u K m
and drank one more than he should
have done. Biddin&r adieu to his
com nau ions he entered his" carriage.
He stumbled ou the step aud frighten
ed the horses. Hie horses ran away.1
aud, though the duke was! insi4ejhe;
coach he could not keep his seat, ;He
loupeii irom . uw carnage. xu ior
that one "glass of wine he would have
alightwl on Ins feet. As it was, ins
head struck the pavement and -he died
shortly afterward. That extra glass
of wiue overthrew the Orleans dy-
nasty, confiscated tlieir property,
$100,000,000, sent the whole family
into exile, and changed the History oi
1 JJrancc lor the next quarter ot a ecu -
"Tha crreatest obstflc'i in the wav
nf tha nnMnsrit f tho Wnl i.mfp - -
a "V .1
Illinois 'Bar Association7, "the most
serious Hindrances to tlieir usciuiiiess,
the sources of greatest iujury to their
1 ,. .. . .
clients, the causes ot dec(et dissatis-
factiou and prejudice, are the delays,
I uncertainties and exoenses ot lecul
proceed ings.riie losses aud the, anx-
ieties arising from these causes are
often more than the results which the
suitor is fiually allowed to ' take out
I of the scales of justice." He said that
im - m
j substantial justice, without regard to
any technicality of matter of form.
"Let the law provide," he added,
. i . . .i . .1 ii i . ..i :.ilr
"tnai no juagmeni snail ue e asiue
or reversed in any case, civu or emu-
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mai, proviuea it suau appear iroui
the whore record that substantial jus-
tice has been doue
I The chean crv of the Radical nro-
hectionists that the Democratic party
is ,ostile to the manufacturingiiiter-
0f tj,e country, has no foundation
iu fact. As the Washington Post well
Democrats are as deeply inter
ested as Republicans in the prosper!
tv nf the neoole as a whole, and Dem-
,.eaaa w ..cfm.u.
more likely than Repub-
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I OCrilLS U1C IIU UlVld lincw nit... '"-f""
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,ake such violent c.ianges
o .-i,,w hut hprfi ia sin
w a rM' r:. 'I ..TA
a .mmn. -v s inr v noro v 'in
earnest determination on we pan
I all overwhelming majority
tieonle that the tantt taxes shall be
reduced and made more equitable. It
: thprefore. unwise on the part of the
I : .1 n ..w n i..mnlra
n i : 1 1 ' i r 1 1 v in liiis vjUh t;o it w w w.v
resentment and hostility by.rcfiising
i M1 ,. mu, -,,,,
the demand of the
I for tiriff
A Spartanburg, S. C. correspondeut of
tlie- Charlestan Seics and Courier says :
(It i mmarnl here that means have
been secured to complete, the Spartan
burg and Ashevill railroad, and that the
grading wilt be begun in a short time.
This will bo a pitoeo of good news to the
mountain tourists w ho hare had to stage
HontlArattiiville to Aftheville dur
ing past seasons, and will probably in-
miae the number of travelers by this
Many years ago at the time f rcat
ceremon, Windsor Castle was honored ith
the ptesence of three sorereinga. After
breakfast the three potentates walked and
were,m eourse, in murt they were do-
lighted with the grounds, and or-tlw
who eyidently took them for aLrty of
LA Al . . I
uucman. gentleman- out for a stroll,
After Hle aflable Ulk he could not
: i $
ucirj. -w, wno may you
gents bef -Well said the spokesman
rthi9 Snan. here happens to be the
King of Prussia; that one standing by your
I s j i it: -i. ...
I T T'-Tr 118
Jai. I am tne Emperor of RuPS,a This
I wss cairjis tnejoice too tar, thought the
Laraner. Vr m latof' aeer5fnrrin
. . - . . - "
I v"" "'r 'jt wu mis iwau me; so ue
on in' a rather rude guffaw.! Well.
my friend jw laid the Emperor Nicholas, I
Myoa seem amused: perhaps yoa will telll
us who you are." Oh certainly;" so taking
up the skirt of his coat with the action
of a great eagle spreading out his wiucs
and spiuuiug round on his heels, he said:
((If t ah r all nfli.tirAn .... 1
T nm fl n r .
lam the Great MogulP The Majestic
Sf' a returning t
th CastJe, told the story at the luncheon
story at the luncheon
toble to the
immense amusement' of the
Prince Albert. London' SoA
Alligator Business. The business of
caicning alligators provides occupation for
unit a a nnmKn. ..AHr.n 1H C3.. im.
The hide of a Unrpn.Wtnr wJ.
j $1 to $2. It is almost a day's task to skin
I Iarge one A1gatr oil, which has at
: .1 "TJeuB a1
l men omAtim. oaf rtt. h-
I r " Kviwum ui tuc BUluiai 9
body. The flesh of the tail, when cooked
I la iH Ink. .1 ! J
is said to be like veal in appearance and
like pork in taste. Young ones are bought
by dealers at from $2 to $4 a dozen, if not
over one foot in length. They fetch a much
uiguer price wnen retailed, as tney are hard
to keep alive. There is an increase in the
selline brice of 50 cents tn 1 for ftrprv art!
8 ditionaf foot over a certain length. Alli--1
gators sixteen to eighteen inches Ion ir sr
I often folund by dozens in shallow water, and
Z be handled without trouble, pro-
vweu e oia one aoes not
i nvb va.Ke aiann.
are nsaallv tnrtln
I hunters also, vtulibi- na
hunters also, pullrng out the animals from
holes with a booked poe.JaeltonviUe
(Fla.) Timc$.- ? ,--. , -rtt v. r
T)rJ Avnvnanv fiinrv rw,,..
Ty, Not the Murderer op Cox.-
A friend frohi Couconl, infornis ns
that a reliable gentleman from Stanly
county, was. in that town yesterday
and said that Dr. Richard Anderson.
Jr, 0f Bin Lick, had a henrincr b4-
foro a maeistrate at Albemarle. Mon-
day. concerning the report oPhis
I belntr the murderer of clutrlm f?r.
He was acquitted of any connection
Wltn the afiair. There seams to haw
1 been aio
evidence against him what
1 ever, auu two nearinz ueiore iuo mag-
is i rate was naa tor tne uuTDOse oi
z a m . . . . m m . - - m
stopping all rumors in regard to sus-
I m -.9 . .
1 picious pointing to him. Uiarlotte
A bov astonishe! his Christian mother
bv a&kini? for a dolUr to buv a share in a
rnffle fur a 8iiTer watch that was to be raf-
0ffn t beer saloon. " Hb mother was
I hr,;si .ni kKmLmI him nnt M au h
mother did jou not bake a cake with a
rjnff in it, to be raffled off in tbe Sunday
Schdof fairP uO. my sen.'IWd she. 'that
was for the Churclu" uBut if it was wrong
L-m the bov. "would doins it for the
for -me .to eet this watch if I can '
Tue g0O(j WOman was speechless, and no
I neoj. c.n answer the bov's arffumcnt.
Tne practiccs are both wrong or they are
Tlie attention of the New York
Nation is respectfully invited to the
factlthat there were 730 murders re
corded in the United States last year;
also to ths fact that New York alone
furnished 131 of them, while ,the
whole South furnished only 212; also
to the fact that half of the executions
for. these murders took place in the
South. Aud then the Nation, after
- these facts, it is respect
1 ,, . ff , t . , , lfl aU(u ftf :f,
I IU1IY II1VIICU IU IIVIVl JV " w. .
- rcgard to the murderous dis-
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oosition of the Southern ieopIe, and
Jhe anxiet of everyhoy down here
to shield murderers. Charlotte Jour
Ttl, Tn Mrenll !a still drmulitllT atrHUlT
Uw ..tov.. . . "
dreams, his latest binfi this about iutom-
If tha Mississippi and all its
tributaries were filled with pore whisky,
ii the bauks were loaf sugar, and all the
low-grounds covered with wiut, there
would be no more druukennessithan-
theji-o is to-day. I believe in the restrain
ing intiueiice of liberty."
An explosion yesterday morning in
Andrews' restaurant, NorfolkyVa.i
Kijle! the cook, injured several per-
a..n- . mid damaged pni)erty. ") It is
thought the explosion was caused by
over-heating the pipes of .a gasoline
jmodest, and sclf-l intrusting jverson, av
nauy thin sIim:2The: latest pub
lished fact in proof bfit is the state
tnent tlial he role a letter in 1859
;to his friend Ti X Picket of' Rock
.Island, Illinois in which 1e said :
"As to the other matter you kindly
nieotion, I must, In candor, say I do
ot think myself fit for the Presiden
cy." 1 The " letter is now in the pos-
session or a intlpman t
6o you hare got twins at yonrhousef
said Mrs. Bezumbc to little Tommy Samuel-
oa. Tes, ma'am, two of cm." What are
jyoa going ta Call - themr -Thunder and
Lightning." -Why, those are strand names
i. . - - w
to call children. uWell, that's what pa
(called them as soon as he heard they 'were
in the house." jo Sifting.
SALISBURY, N. C.
" MRS. DU. REEVES,
Formerly proprietress of this well known
louse, has again leased it, aud will be
1 eased to see her many patrons when
they visit Salisbury."
Citizens wanting the Omnibus mav leave
orders for it at this JJouse:
Jan'y 15,1883. 14m.
The attention of Farmers and the crenr.
al public is called to the fact that
T. J, MORGAN
Has opened a First Class FAMILY GRO
CERY STORE, next door to Blackmer &
Taylor's Hardware, where he will keep a
run line of fresh goods, such as Flour, Meal,
Bacon, 8alt, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, &c-
Also a fresh and complete stock of
and Fancy Groceries.
Will pay the highest cash prices for But
ter, Eggs, Cliickens, and all saleable coun
January 18, 1883. 14:3m.
The One-Price Stonal
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY GOODS, CLOTHING AND GROCERIES! N
FULL STOCK OF FURIIISHIIfG GOODS. I ;!
BOOTS AND SHOES A' SPECIALITY !
L,ARGE STOCK OF RUBBEICCOATS &;rSHQES
Agents for Coats's Spool Cotton. ittZt Assarfaiwtcfi n u
'150 Bushels EAELT NOBTHESN SIimTOES.vjTist-Ic.-
BF"Best FIour Meal, Oat Meal, Buck-Wheat Flour, Meats, 8ugar Coffees; Teas,atice
Hominy, Grits, Pure Lard, Corn, Oats, Bran, Syrups, and four alndi of New .
Orleans Molasses, &c. Coffee Roasted or Green at 10 cents, per 'pound. ,
3 lb Cans Tomatoes at 15 cts.
YVo mean to soil you Good Goods as ckeap as anyone in town. We bay and Ml all
kinds of Ceuntry Produce. Give us a. trial.
All nersons indebted to ns before Jan.
that taey must call at once and settle. We
t.,.,. KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN. -
' -Feb. 14, 1883. ' " ' - ' ' ' '
They are the most popular fowl
in-this cnuntry, being justly termed
the "FARIETTS" UrTGGS for
sale, at f 1.00 for thirteen.
W. A. WILBOEN,
Salisbury, N. C.
& H "W
s w trm. w
The First ever made from the
Sou tli Carolina- 3?hosphater
.Its Excellence for All Field Crops is Unsurpassed,
' FOB SALE BY THE
Fr.AKCii B. HACKE,!FTe.idcnt,
Cnronlo llaw: t U
ImiiurltT cf tb !
lilwow Fever awl T '
caused br D. J ..
Of Uw, llowtl and Eldherfc
W e SWe, sometimes 1
tiaja fck mkr ths Sholder-bladj. ausukea tot, J
y.1.""11 V Ws of upprtite ; Bowds' '
rf "siilulil Isw f ssemsty.' accowtpsaisa
r" stues aa aitavlua. oft J.
atistakea fcr coMamtkiBi the patieM con plains i
twsarlscss Md debility; ncivowa.easil; stutiH-
ieet cold or ttiirmiKr .tmn: . n' ;
. - J u..uu..a m ytiml
IM UCIB itm .nim. s I . I J
Md.althouiA satisfied that exercise wMddVtS't
Cdal, yes oe can hardly ntnimoa tip Jbrthafe ta Jfcai
' rttrHrsVrvesynrptom attend aase.VMeiim. H
bars occurred when but few of them eii&ted. ret .
examination after death has shown ihc-aUver J
. have beeaexteosiTsly deranged. , , .w
It ihooM W BHd ly 01 persona, old a4 s
yooDg, whenever any oflbo aboTe . j ,
' symptoms appear. '
PsrioBi TraTUne or IJvlnt; I t 1'
nealUiy 1ocaUUes, by taking dost eccasfeft i
any to keep the Liyer in healthy action, wiU avoid .
I Malaria, Itlllons atlaeks. Dizziness, NaaJ '
se. Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc.. U ;
wiU invigorate like a class of wine, bat la no la-'
It Tp hT aten anything; hard ot
alcestlon, or fed heavy after meals; or sleep.
Tlm aad Doctors' Bills will ho sared - o
by always keeping the Regulator . : -
v In the nue! '
For, whatever the ailment may be. a thonmighhr ' i
safe porjratlTe, alterative and tonle can
never dc out of place. The remedy is harmless 4
and does not interfere w ith business or
pleasmre. ; - -
IT IS PUK1XY VF.OFT ATTI.E, 4
And has all the power and efficacy ut Calomel or -
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. " ' '
A (ktniniai'r TrnHmmi. 'i- ' I
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my -tnily
for some time, and I am satisfied it Is a
tillable addition to the medical science. -i .
J. Gill Shorter, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander IT. Stephen s, of Gtw -
savs: Have derived some ivriffir frnm tm ikm t
Simmons Liver Regulator, and .wish to give it a h
only Thing that , never falls to
" 1 1
have used man v remedies fcr Dva. -
pepsia. Liver J
mtct Auection ana ueutlitv. but never
Simmons Liver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min. . j
nesou to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medicine, and woul advise all who are siaw. - - -0
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve. - i H t
P. M. Jannkt, Minneapolis, Mina.
Dr. T. W. Mason says t Prom actual ex-
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator ia .,u
my practice- I have been and am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicux.
fcU-Take only the Oenolnn, which ahvays
has on tbe Wrapper ths red Z Trade-Hark., .
and Signature of J. H. ZKILIN H CO.
' fORSALg BY ALtyPRtK3ClSTS;3
Best io ct. augax, xry xi.
W. W. Tatlor,
U. J. UosTiAN,
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NOTICE. ; II i
1, 1883, by note or account, are hereby notified.
do not want to addcst on pur.cu-lsmerv
J. R. KEEK,
'. Salisbury, II. C. ! .
Aral for PHEHIX IEOH'.f ORKS.
Emibes. Boilers. SawHills;
AST :. . ,t. l i ,
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Also, Contractor andj Builder. t
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VAIIDO PHOSPHATE COMPAHY,
CIIAHLESTON, S. C.
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