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Tho Carolina WatpVimn
i, N. C, OCTOBER 15, 1886.
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V , i? I - HO. 52.
T Ai 11 1 - : ! ' -l-UJt-
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lj ! Allen G. Thurman, Ohio's Great Ez-
if jaS to
Takes a Hand in the Ohio Election
Campaign, and Talks Like a Pa
triot He Defends the South, and
Hurls Sherman's Base Insinuations
back into his Teeth.
Toledo, O., Oct. 6. Ex-Senator
Alien G. Thurmau made a speech
here tonight, and gave a great nor
tion of Ui.s time in reply to recent
speeches of Senator Sherman. Judge
Thurman, at the beginuiojr of his
speech, said the Mouut GUead speech
of Senator Sherman made at the open
ing of the campaign, was an indict
ment of the South and a revival of
the charges of crime and ' outrages
made in years gone by. He quoted
Spi words of President Garfield in
opposition "to a revival of sectional
hatred. The fast Presidential cam
paign was opened by Republican
candidates on the tariff as the chief
issue, but before the campaign closed
this was decapitated and the "bloody
shirl" raised as the banner of certain
Republican victory, but when the
votes were counted the banner was
found to be trailing in the dust. Par-
ticuiar stress was laid upon the sen
timents of Gen. Grant, that the pas
sions of the war were at an end, and
hmiazcment was expressed that a man
speaking over his tomb should be so
audacious as to say there is no recon
ciliation, that rebellion is not at an
cud; that the only effective way toUced upon their minds by these false
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY!
..i.j n i i l iji I I I I I w mi mi,
nuLum n l a m . ui ui. mow
nHI h I it X H K a I lu H MUX hX
' w r 1 1 1 1 t j j v i e v v w j
PAINS, ACHES, &C.
mumd? tho wonrtorful duratlvo virtues of To-
v, i. ii.il uvuri yunnt'ii rum larifiii!. iuhkiuk
wiwus compound ror tae roller or Human sui-
WRELIEF GUARANTEED. f-Z
Wits action is wonderful.
WW nO lODPPr Hp hllmltllfrrtorl wtH nnnrV
. oil nailer it.iu- trn i nu n nnfl w.irlr.
. . uim ' 1 1 p 1 1 7 ire i 1 1 1 i i'i ii I rti -j n A' a rii.
Mb ' - t ""111 1 L . u '
uxirocii'n. inm imm with nt nor
nsenis, ana couimentlr offered to
K. DOl as a ifiri-iill Hi.r .u cnt. mSu
hUlge bftttlcg at onlv 25 Rents. For
If. .1 I P1IH,, I.. . 1 X ' A J ?
-r imvin" u. uon t be nut orf with
M88 SUbstitutea Trn
thuilrf..! -tLA'ii. .5 ... J 1
",UI Jiavinir hatl it tirnno-nt tn
itfn.,1 : .. !! w ti
THEO. P. KLUTTZ & CO.,
ne&ile Druists, Proprietors,
). Sausbcbt, N. C.
PI Sowan County, IT. C.
ilfflPP locateil in a health v Vil
n mil r . . - -
etu 1 r irVra lwlHiiy. Term enm
iJ 1885, and cou tin -
52? Oncluding AlKebhv) tanfflit tffor
SSX M l"ivate families at low
that feeds or clothes the negro in that
State is within hi reach to a degree,
that he never knew before now.
Once more, I put it to you: Could
this be the case if South Carolina is
in the lawless condition that the
radical speakers represent it to be.
Not much, fellow citizens. This con
tinued stream of prosperity under
Democratic role proves that the rule
is beneficent, and the qaiet that pre
vails in that State proves that the
people of all classes there are conten
ted under their government. Judge
Thurman denies the assumption of
Senator Sherman that all the colored
votes in the South are Republicans,
would vote that ticket if not terror
ized. He said: "If it were true, it
would be a serious question whether
a peop&o servile and cowardly are
nt to exercise the elective franchise.
But ior one, I do not believe that
they are so, utterly debased. I be
lieve that, having a good reason for
not voting the Republican ticket,
they abstain from doing so in great
numbers, or vote the Democratic
ticket. I kuow very well that under
the manipulation of the freedmens'
bureau soon after the war, the color
ed people of the South were to a great
extent drawn . into the Republican
(so called) Union League, and were
taught to believe that if the Demo
cratic party succeed they would be
once more reduced to slavery. I do
not deny that a great effect was produ-
A Boy Should have a Trade.
A Great Political Gstiering.
New York Rnn. I What about the hnv vKn An f
. ... UU ;a :i An Enffhh and Classical School for hov
ihiyc 11 w " ilil a 1,1 ouc ur ucuioniuii r I i , , . .... .. r " j
md vou. the ant iHRne.1 " wooaieaU mite.
"11112 tl, .-"''"vnuu giauni
for iati.,i. , ,u luJ county.
iSE 0F LAND ! '
of Hn..jJlccrco of t,,c Soperir
suppress it is to again send the ''Roys
ii Riue to the oouth. Qiiotinsr
rom Senator Sherman's speech the
speaker-said; .Now, it is impossible,
as it seems to me. to misunderstand
these utterances. They are either
vain and empty declarations, or dis-
;usting bravado, such as no man of
he ability of Senator Sherman or one
occupying his high station could in
dulge in without disgrace; or they
are his real sentiments, and mean.
when thoroughly analyzed, that if
the Republican party cannot obtain
tower in any other way, it shall ob
ain and hold it by the sword. I
Uiow that such an idea, it you do
not reflect upon it, is calculated to
excite your derision. Rut stoi and
reflect. If the great State of Ohio can
be carried by such appeal to passion
and prejudice as Sherman is making; if
his weapons shall be suihcient to
thrust from office the man whom two
years ago, you elected; if they shall
hew the way to the fifth term in the
Senate for their author. they will
become the creed of the Republican
party in '88, and the doctrine of hate
will be strongly ii not permanently
established in the land." . '.
Judge Thurman said the issue rais
ed by Sherman is a dangerous one to
the business and prosperity ot the
American people, aud the effort to
blow into a name the dying embers
of civil strife should be frowned down
by all loyal people.
The speaker next proceeded to an
swer the arguments of Sherman con
cerning the grievous condition of the
colored race in the South, claiming
that they were now iu the enjoyment
of greater prosperity and greater civil
rights than were ever enjoyed on this
elode by an equal number of their
raoe. He dated the -urosueritv of
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thafc section from 1875. when the
Democrats came into control, and
radical rule and carpet bag govern
ments were-closed. At the end of
ten years it can be safeljr affirmed
that there is not an industry iu the
South but which fe more prosperous
than it ever was in that region be
fore, until now they have, in many
lines f manufacture, become the ri
vals of mills of the Eastern States.
The speaker sketched briefly many
enterprises in the development of Hie
Smith, the free schools for the color
ed vouth. the contentment which ex
ists among the colored people, and
the fact that they have not migrated
to anv of the old free bt ile. Al
this, it was argued, proves that they
were not discontented nor murdered
4ior deprived of their rights, as de
picted by Senator blierman ana otner
Renublican orators. The colored man
oaoumI to nrpf'er livim? with the
white men of the South, even JLhough
thev be Democrats, to dwelling m
thejtents of radicals, even though they
be saiuts. It was argued that all
thn i liincrs eon Id not be so if the
s a vuw wmffm
mirPfUM emit It were in a state of
wretnhed now: which has been so of-
.. . r
Judge Thurman quoted at length
from the tenth census of 1880, stntis-
lie in nroof of the assertion winch
he had made, the principal point be-
inw that the colored people are in a
...nmiitv in but two of the southern
preteuces, but we have good cause
to believe that year by year these
false impressions have growu weaker
and the negroes have, to a great de
gree, learned the truth.
bn lying in , Cl.icg.m.nt for a2TKiJ -ZtSRSL E? 'V-
H n years or more waa OmUxl off the -. . " j I. C t.o.. um .t
other evening and placet on a table fah M J ht He fc desiri to M
m ine miasior a select gatiienng ot of a tramp, fle may work in a Ier the instruction of an exerienced
politicians. o sooner did the crank brickyard to-day, and in the harvest f Mrs. R. W. Boyd,
begin to turn than a vefce from the Held tomorrow He does the drudge- JSSSt ItA
phonograph shouted: j rj and gets the pay of the drudge. G. B. WETMOHE, JrM PriiSp.1.
nave roooea inujeopie, piun- nis wages are so small that he hnds it Woodleaf. N C
uerea tne i reasury. anu sougai uv l inipossibie to lay up a dollar, and a fort- l w:eew-ior4w
everv nossible means to overthrow I night of illness will see him dead broke.
our uystem ef govern meu !" I The other evening I saw a man drag-1 INTERNAL RE VENXJE
rue politicians looked at one an- ju5 """"o weaniy aiong, ana carry
other in a sad, sad wat, and the a J1,011 "T"
crank ground out: r gg n lJ"r On Saturday, the 10th dat of October.
deceived the p--le in every t7, a. uu uu ? J?f 1885 there " he aoldto the highest bid-
SALE OF STILL, &r.
. . ...w i' vi v ... I i.ff J j-! j 11 "... in. ofiv4 iu lilt IllvqcSI U1U"
promise for the hist ftr years, and 1 m a dl88?r' Some times I work for der, at the Court House door in ftaliabury,
betrayed every frmt --yiosed in it!
Honest government Can convicted
grayed every in it! W-"-. 2.23 iT LJL
i i .1 i v.w kwu ti u w i fcvr euiiu i i ... w. vm. . a; imvcj anu
incii iiii a i i -n.i unn i- vr m i ,,
il. i . 7l i Y i I Jitrnh FnlAff Unman T,iu n.i.; -
i i.b.u. mv I '.I ill 1 1 1 niivur n iu unii urn r(i i w.. M..r.Ku.a t Usui I. 1 1 1 1 n jn I
thieves be trusted with the keys of Ty? alone Wm7 dent cmthes 3 lodged to be rfdt-
the Treasury?" Su let al?n-e buvmg . ff"5 fTr"- ed to the use of the United 8tates.
Teastartetl to the eyes of every va 'feft d Ch,ldren' n- VANDERPoDt
x tars star in i to uic t es 01 every j u W18h for street car to run over Deoutv Collator
. i . ...
man in the room, and Keverul hp:ids I "
Whv didn't vou learn a trade?"
were bowed as the machine splutter- "Because nobody had interest enough
ed away: precipitated a bloody to argue and reason with me. I might
war wood anu treasure party ot have had a good trade and good wages,
assassins hung for treasons solid J but here I am, working harder for $8
Sept. 2tst, 1885. 3w
South -land of traitors saved this
glorious republic !"
Silently the politicians reached out
and grasped another's hands, while
their tears flowed some more, and the
ends of their noses grew red.
"The bloated 'bondholders," con-
tinned the phonograph. "life
blood of the people sapping the
or $9 a week than many a man does
to earn $18."
And now, my boy, if men tell yon
that the trades are crowded, and that
so many carpenters, blacksmiths, and
painters, and shoemakers, and other
trades keen wasres down, nav no atten- tiff above named has commenced a civil
tion to such talk. Compare the wages &cilon, aaiust ?r .divorce, and has
r o,l J.L-r. Tut caU8ed summons to be issued, returnable
Rowan County. la Superior Court.
CIVIL ACTION FOR DIVORCfE.
Joseph O. Hoffner, Plaintiff, I
r . Again tt f
Laura B. Hoffner, Defendant.
To Laura B. Hoffner, Non-resident .--U
You arc hereby notified, that the plain-
C. A.. KRAUS,
Partlenlar attention paid to f rpscolnp and tndarr
decorative painting, In oil, wax or wter-r-lor
Win auke olds on Cburclu, public buildings amd
Ptvate realdeaoea. Work truaranu-cd. Iffrrrrtiin
desired. Post office address, T
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
Row. I. A. AT WELL.
Agrent far tae ' CardwcllThresher.
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
foundations of liberty the uimrer the J . . day mBeptemter, 1885, before the Judc
, - . ,i-i oegin witn a determination to learn it of said Court, when and where you are re
on the eleventh Monday after the first Mon-
The American Craze in London.
Charleston News & Courier.
I was surprised to find everywhere
in London the American craze so prev
alent. The Yankee is much more re
spected in England than he may ira-
magme, and by "Yankee the Jiing-
ishman means all citizens of the Uni
ted States, for he knows no antiquat
ed distinction between the North and
South. The Englishman shaved him
self at home until the craze for the
American barbar shop struck London,
but now no Londoner is fashionable
unless he patronizes the American
barbers. Yet even now such a tonso-
rial palace as may be seen in New
York would astonish all London.
The barbers' chairs here are little,
cramped things, in which it is impos
sible to stretch out at one s ease.
American bars, too, are fashionable,
alas! and mixed American drinks
take the place of the Englishman's
'alf-aml- alf among the fashionables.
American ice cream, American con
fectionery, American restaurants,
American trunks and satchels, Amer
ican watches, clocks, cutlery and sew
ing machines are sold in great quan
tities all over London. Iu fact, there
is scarcely an article of distinctly
American manufacture that is not
sold extensively in London not even
excepting the American himself and
v i a a 1 1
many a lankee thinks ne is siriaiug
an English bargain when he pays five
or six shillings for what he could have
bought at home for a dollar.
eqiia oi me wnite manoasi ues in thoroughly, and to become the best quired to appear and answer or demar to
" "fc,'tl 5""" " workman in the shop. Don t be satis- "e coaipiaiut
; : r ii .1... I . . r . I ta . i 1.1.1.. .
rasy jnrgury uauii can UIkmi me fied skin along trom one week to
freemen of A meaica liberty or death other without being discharged, but
coming campaign or uecoine slaves raake your services valuable by being
such a thorough workman that your
employer cannot afford to let you go.
Yadkin Mineral Springs Academy,
PALWIERSVILLE, -t i ) N.C.
C. It. MARTINI'aiat'irAk,
iGradaate ot Wake Fon-st College, and also at
tne University of Virginia.
W 1 i'itmn, 15 to $15 pot session ol 5 months.
The only school In ihlsseeUon thai tea rhes
ihe llnlversltv ot Va. methods. Vtoorotn ex-
I tensive, thorough. The sheaprst- school in the
tu. . wnere tnese wona-renowea meuioaa are
t:iught. Jood Boattl only $6 per month.
tt ly Address, v 11. Martin, Prln.
tl L ..
1 7S.1I o. .. 1. 13 . r r A
ir r-" I'uunc auction ai
louse rl .. . ,
theSHi Anr 1,1 caiisuwry on
f lttuflV 7af ot wtobcr, 1885, a
fctnfttong the lands of
.So. 4 in Tn,:art an(l others tie-
Pw 'iffiti -Vl . ?f ihe lands
g. I.- 1 nia,nu,K Ms wres.
r. (;USl). (ineMiirrl in uiv 1
"tlrom 1 t,nwnt,i9i Mr,th bt,l:d
. , . - . 1 ii . :..
States, South Uarolina anu ixisisip
pi, aud he confined his argument to
I he census of these two States, lhe
lelWr .Ue f "8ald at uiht I
w ln'l PavmentB.
object of these figures Ls to show the
depression iu all valuer in periods
covered by Republican' rule and the
advance of all matenar liiieresis mmm
.....i.. i..en i i froveriimeiit. Af-
tcr disposing of a wilileriiess ot hg
.o ; iwsint to the conuitioii ol
Soirtb Carolina, lhe sjieaker summed j
up by saying: In short, everything
fore vei l
The heads of six politicians fell
upon the shoulders of six others, aud
the rumble of the grip cars ou the
street below was drowned by sobs
and sighs. It was s-a-d.
" condemned from their own
mouths!" howled the phonograph as
the crank was turned again. "Let us
analyze a single administration a
thousand sincures rebellion consti
tution under foot those arch-traitors
fire iu tha rear resistance
Dated this the 8th of September, 188-.
J. M. HORAH, C. a C.
Craiob & Clement, Attys. I
SEND YOUR WOOL
laws of the country i
disgrace with infamy!"
"Indian ring !"
Then there was silence. By and
by, while the tears trickled down his
nose, and his throat was choked with
emotion, a gray headed politician
arose, and said:
"Gentlemen, our object in meeting
here this evening was to originate
some new lies and invest new issues
for the next campaign. We can't do
Eatables on Ocean Steamers.
Few persons are aware of the exten
sive nature of the victualing on board
the great ocean steamers. Such a ves
sel is provisioned as follows for the pas
sengers and crew : 3,500 lbs. of butter,
3,000 hams, 1,600 lbs. of biscuits, ex
clusive of those supplied for the crew,
,, 8,000 lbs. of grapes, almonds, figs, and
? other dessert fruits; 1,500 lbs. of jams
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS!!
J. S. McCUBBINS :
has just returned from the Northern cities
LARGEST ft BEST SELECTED
Stock of Good that he has ever offered to
the public ; consisting of Dry Good, Gro
ceries, I ats, Boots and Shoes, Sole Leather,
Crockery and Queens-ware, Clothing, Pro-
TO THE .
SalislJiiriff oolen lis
fver uuneti ia nnA wi a nm il .
UUU JClIlCa . UUUCU IGtlf, W,VW .UI7., wmo.vu, iiiiu r uiv., mmrmm
dried beans, 3,000 lbs.; rice, 3,UUU Ins.; 1 aiso a iuii une oi
av j-v-.r 11 a a A jf A
onion, o,hju lbs.; potatoes, 4U tons; FEKTILIXIiKK
flour, 300 barrels; and egg, 1,200 dozen. I of tne very teut brands, via :
Fresh vegetables., dead meat and live
bullocks, sheep, pigs, geese, turkeys,
ducks, fowls, fish, and casual game are
generally supplied at each port, so that
it is difficult to estimate them. Proba-
1 1 1 J l 11 1 1 ftA nliAAn
Oiy wo uon ouiiuca ctxiu w Qo Rnd . Tc8timonial9 aml jf yoa Wftllt
,HM"U " i". .. i to gay,, money, don't iorget to can on nim
voyage, ana tne rest may oe mrerreu in before baying either Goods or Fer4tfizcfs.
proportion. During the summer months Salisbury, Oct. 1, 1885. 23:tf
when traveling is heavy, Zo fowls are
BAKER'S Well Tried FOR WHAT.
ME KR Y MAN'S A. D. Bone 4 44
WALKER'S Ground Bone M u
NATURAL Guano just from Orcbflla,
and supposed the only Natural Guano on
THIS NEW FACTORY
ls nov in operation, and facilities for man
ufacturing Woolen Goods such. as have nev- I
er before been offered to our people, are j
within the reach of the entire Wool grow- j
We manufacture JEANS, CASSIMERS,
FLANNELS, LINSEYS, BLANKETS),!
YARNS, ROLLS, &c.
Soliciting a lileral patrouac of ourpco
pie, we arc rci)eetfiilly,
Salisbury Woolen Mills.
ISOfficc at old Express Office.
May 28th, 1885. 32tf
often used in soup for a single voyage.
He Was Just Too AwfaL
"Your beau seems very bashful,"
said a Dayton avenue mamma to her
"Bashful!" echoed the daughter;
"bash ful's uo name for it."
"Why don't you encourage him a
little more? Some men have to be
taught how to do their courting. He's
a good catch."
"Encourage him!" taid the daugh
ter; "heeannot take the must palpable
hint. Why, only last n:ght, when I
sat all alone on the sofa and he perch
ed up in a chair as far away as he
could get, I asked him if he didn't
think it strange that a man's arm and
a woman's waist seemed always to be
the same length; and what do you !
think lie did?"
"Why, just what any sensible man
would have done tried if."
"He asked meif I could find a
piece of string" "so we could measure
aud see if it was so. Ain't lie horrid?"
-,Sf Paul Herald.
The Croat an Indians.
On lhe 20th inst., Fayetteville
will be visited by a party of exeur-
.i.itikiH fmm Robeson, consisting of
CJSVawA - i -J
a large number of CroaLm Indians
under the superintendence of Prof.
Hamilton McMfllian. They say they
are coming to enjoy a day iu Fayette
ville, bring their families and buy
some goods. It is to be strictly an
excursion of "Ii! the oor Indiau,"
without any admixture of the Cauea
hian or African element. We will
welcome them cordially and give
them 'the best we have ju all our
C. S. Adams, the cashier of a Bos
ton savings bank, stole $228,000 aud
then killed himcJ&
Probably nothing tires one so much
as feeling hurried. Then, in the early
morninc the dav's affairs press on one s
attention beforehand, and there comes
the wonder how in the world every-
t.hincr is to be acconn)lished when any
There is nothing to be iuvented! hntprrunntion is received impatiently.
There is no new form of abuse. Tliere an the clock Is watched in distress as
will be no need of orators or oratory, its moments flit past then the mind
These machines cuss the inventor tires the bodv. We are wrong to drive
will tell it all! We are out of a ourselves with whip and spur in this
iob and a hard wiuter comiuc wav. Each of us is promisea strengtn
I - . 1 - A.
for the day, ana we musi noi wear uur-
Thcn they kicked the phonograph selves out. If only we can Keep cooi
down stairs, smanshed tho motto and calm, we sna i oe
,.rnr P.i..r;,.,.. f.trv V .J or. we have reached the evenuoe.
A Radical Cure for"
rflina tho skilled phy.
McUas. wait boat
'too free indulgence, or
' over brnin work. Aroid
18 NOW AT THIS
Corner of Kerr & Lee Streets,
with a fall lino of DUV GOODS ami
GROCERIES. Also keeps a First UU
BOARDING HOUSE. Call and sec hiio,
In Young APSIddU
TCSTTD FOR OVERl
Years bv usEiNt
fM our Free
I am, and lean importnl
ISITRE IBBH that HAS
CURED thoutandi. dexse
I not interfere with at ten- j
ti to bww. or mom
pain or incon ven ienca tm
any war. Founded on
lf Mttc ntdfcali
tn the mt of
I without deUy. The nat-
I unction or me cu-
Ono Month. - 93
and ranUly tain b4k
ried a resolution to adjourn indefi
John Sherman snys that so far
rom cha using his position iu the mat
ter of the hloody-shirt that he fueau
to keep shaking it as long as there is
children may be fractious, the servants
trying, the fnend we love may ian us,
the letter we expect may not arrive;
hut if we can preserve our tranquiuty
of soul and demeanor, we shall get
through everything creditably.
An Upright Judge.
"I'll allow no man to call me a liar
HARRIS REMEDY CO
D I MOTUREP PE
r v r Ax for
CAPITAL & ASSETS,
a a rt .1 - I I
an nnrepented rebel in t ie aoutttj or i d o nished," said a Judge to a
worus 10 mai cirecr. j.ne man wnw . - . . - r,!Ui ,llsf pftmmitteo: that
Iiin tv.1 J .
was conspiciioiis in rapTng Eouisiana
and in installing a creature who was
never elected Presitleut, and who has
made a million and a half dollars in
thirty years upon a salary of from
$5,000 to $8,000 annually is too de
graded a wretch to worry the South.
offense. "You are fined ten dollars,
BY THF BARREL AT
E NNISS' Drug Store. J
July 9, '85 tf.
FRESH TURNIP SEED? j
The Earliest aud Best Turnip Seed for
sale at KXNISSt
3. BnODKS BUOWXK, I fWM. C.COAET,
Prcst. it secrcury
Twenty-sixth Annual Statement
Jaxcakt 1, 14S.
Casta Capital .. ...
Ke9ervefor Ke-lnsuranot and alloihcr
llaUUUea, f 1W-,UM
"It's the truth, though," replied the
lawvpr as he naid the money.
"I don't care if it is the truth," re
torted the Judge. "A court of law is
no place to tell the truth."
reduced prices, at
Of all kinds, at
SCHEDULE OF ASSET:
Cash In National Bank... I j.'n 06
Cash in hands or Agents I1.92 '
. MC3 it
The simplest and best test for glu
close in sugar is to place a little of it
under the low power of a microscope.
Magnifying forty times is quite suffi
cient, aud less will do. Cane sugar
under this power is distinctly and
beautifully crystal line, and each crys
tal looks liue rock candy. They are
clear, bright ami beuutiful. Glucose,
on the other hand, has a dull, opaque
DEBILITY IN ADULTS IS often
,...mi.,! liv worms. The change irom enno
to manhood is not wifhcieiit to rui ine
system of this awful plague. Shnuer'H
IikIihh Verm if nia will exiKl tiu-m aim
restore health and a bright coiuplexiou.
CHEPER THAN EVER.
Rubber Kings for Fruit Jar, at
United States Heglstered BondK
State and M unicipal Bonds
NaUonal Bank Stocks
totton Manuf:u:turtni twks
Other Iyical stocks
Ileal Estate (unincumbered clly pioprty) IT
Loans, swured by llrst naorta'cs H,413 84
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. (1,091 94
. IK, KM 00
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When la The Wrong Caaaael.
The bile wreaks grievous injury. Head
ache, constipation, pain in the liver and
stomach, jaundice, nausea ensue. A few
.L.ses of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will
like a lump of tallow, j reform these evils and prevent further in-
Once seen, it
Will he easily known jury. It is a pleasant aperient, its action
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upon uiu tia j-"p, t 1
uriuing. Tlie liver is both regulated and
c;.r..,tf. bv it, and as it is very impolitic
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A n,r U WMfnii fiIi t M Aftan 'u,wth ' . i j
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ti,r,..i .Ii neiflect may culminate in danger
cauo-ht op in the clouds by revolving lous conaestioa and hepatic alweess, the
and dropped again many
miles from the place where they
were taken up. Small fish have of
ten been found in puddles of water
in vi.laifc tirccts. to the astonishment
of people who were unacquainted
1 with the phenomenon.
nitte.rs should lxi resorted to at an early
stae. Failure to do this renders a contest
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the restoration of vior. I At ENNiSS' Drag Stoie.
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; CONVULSION, FITS, ed.. arc frequent
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