THE LA WYE ft IN JUE EDITORS
1 Hlt.pt.iD an Mitor bed lastnisM,
' vff b imi lier chanced t lieuigh ;
idnv I thought, as I tumbled the editor's
How easil editors he ! ."T"
If the lawver slept in thft editor' bd
When no lawyer chanced to bo nigU, -
Ami thotigh, as above he has naively said,
How easily editors lie, --
He roast then admit, m he lay on that
And slept to his heart' desire, -VVhate'er
he may say of the editor bed,
' T-a the lawyer himself was t he .her.
Stw Orleans Bulletin.
Wlien a farmer raises a poor crop by
nnnr aeM or inattention, harvests aud
...11. i-1r nllfl rM'
mis all in visiting friends
i the iiefflect of his promises to pay. at
i.fti-vPKt. when another merchant sees him
anil his wife coming to the store Mr. Smith
letter suddenly hide himself in the back
innr. iii tho store anch-clerks
illll OH" mm J
only as are not "authorized to 'sell
When a farmer sell all las calves at
weanine time, allows his sows to smoth
er all her pigs ii straw stacks., permits
.. nf mi nil the chickens, suffer
l IIC "en 1 1
the swine to root up all the door yard,
pastures liis sheepjind colts in the orchard
nod has acarden of weeds and grass, ana
finally, when his wife dies of neglect and a
broken heart, nice young girls better not
marry tho widdwer.
When n farmer is up in the nineties in
religious matters whenever an evangelist
comes along, aud contributes to donatiou
i i oT-liihttinST
tornev uenerai ucveiw o
cowardice in dealing with this question,
and that they are afraid of Gov. Hamp
ton and the effect of an issue wiui urn.
ixin.ii the country at large, Republican
polititiciansare now tnorougniy musuv..
with the line of action agree, upon,
. ' . A.
say that if the State authorities in at
tempting to carry into execution section
643, that it will have an excellent effect
throughout the North and greatly strengui
en the Ilepublican party in the approach
ing congressional campaign.
(. Ar Thene Thinas tn I ranee
Bart tn MuUfummer.
(From the London Standard.
If we wish to escape sunstroke, eveu
.... . i e f t... ...... l.iaitnilA
in it3 niuiiraieu iorui wi wuim,
n.i lrotvciiio4. we must keen ourselves
cool; and to do tlii as it ought to be done
we must take precautions against the neat
before it burst upon us. Those who wish
ti Lmiw how this can best lie effected
nriiiMB wiBtfgpi imit F'vyB. T 'V Proa
""r-.-'-.-T. k. BKUNKtt. AaaoclateEd. -
3! tl1BSrricKkTp: !mgy
Perl'eiil;i)ij'blelasdTalice.i. M $
- ' .. - - ... . M
one Inch, one publication,,
, LWU pUUWitUUlUt
Contract rates tor months or a rear. ;
HanM: How Lost, Hoi WofeJ!
f"Sa Just published, a new edition of Dr.
I Si) ICulYerwell'i Celebrated Essay on
Z&iJ the radical cure (without medicine) of
Spkbmatobrboza. or Seminal Weakness, In
voluntary Seminal I)ae,lMrpTKNCYf Rental
and Physical Incapacity, Inipediraeii'utd Mar
riage, etc.'alAO, CHSOMJ?TloJf, EiMLEPSY and
Fits, induced by aelWodtilgence 6r sexualex
trtTajtance; I 1 ,?
"Priceln sealeuenvelope, only six cent.
The celebrated author, in this t admirable
Esvir, clearly demonstrate, from athirty yean
auccewful practice, thnt the ' alarming conse
quences of elf-abne may ba radically cared
without the dangerous use of internal medicine
or the application of the -knife; pointing ont a
mode of cure at one simple, certain, and effect
ual, by mean of which every mifkrer, no mat
ter what his condition may be, mnr cure him
self cheaoW. nrivatelt, and radically.
wraThi Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth ana every man n me lami.
Rent under seal, in a fdain envelope, to any
Im'vn flnlr to nar a short visit to fans aaaores powpawi, . rrvp u . vr r
. . , . . , r a. two pontage stamps.
during the sultriest weeks of August. As Alpe4 the Publi-hers,
sixnj as tho weather demands a change, a CTJLVERWELL MEDICAL CO
- And ia perfect Tn all Its keys,
IF YOU DO NOT FIND Til A T WE n AYE THE SHORTEST AND LIGHT.
CORNET IN THE WOULD, YOU CAN TtETURN IT AT OUR
" -v-.' .U. . EXPENSE.
In future all our Cornet will be SILV ELATED ! The $5o Cornet will be plated ahj
neatly firiwhel with what is known as the fcntin f intun. j He 570 linnet wU! be Tri.
- ' pie Silver1 Plated, Gold Mounted and Burnished.;. We finish this instru
y a ; ..i .. ieutns elegantly a U KiiLJjrto dti,, . -
Irwtrumentssent for a trial of FIVE DAYS befure acceptance. Photographs of our Ktw
Cornel Sent nn application. . ' ' '
II is foolUU lo condemn before trial. If our Cornet is not all we represent we pay all charges
' ' " Address all orders to ' ' .
Frenchman apparels himself in low shoes
twid trousers of duck or nankeen; his shirt
collar expands; his neck-tie dwindles to
an apology waistcoathe altogether dis
cards; his coat is of thin alpaca or the
lightest Tussore silk; hU hat of white felt
or of straw; nor is ho ashamed to boldly
carry an umbrella. His house, especially
if it le on the sunny side of the street, is
regulated with equal care and forethought.
"41 Ann St, New, York; Post Office box, 4586.
ORDERS .FOR; PRINTING FROM
Responsible persons, or on casli remittances, shall rcceiveJJ
iPnonPT AWD CAREFUL ATTENTION.
COURT AND JUbTICES' BLANKS KEPT ON HAND. .
kept closed throughout the day; the court
yard is hourly watered, and in households
where small excuses are of little moment
a large bowl of ice and water or a pyra
mid of solid ice surrouuded by flowers
forms the centre ornament of the., table.
What the individual citizen does for himr
funds.and negiecrs .. u..u 7 The carpets are token up; the heavy ja-
Arm attending religions meeting on ; Mon
days, while poor men are suneriiig uromw
he ,dpes not pay his honest debts, and
his stock is suffering for want of his care,
his crops, going to weeds; he is very
much mistaken if he thinks Christ meant
him when he said, '"ye are the salt of the
wnonaiarmpnor ...,, , ronllicilHitj. f parU doe.
day occasions, meir uutluhj
published in the newspapers, but who
ive little to the poor, and make hard
bargains with hired hands, the hired girl
or the wash-woman.'or hide away large
sums tiutiV they take the benefit of the
baukrupt law, it is not expected that their
righteousness in the final day of reckon ing
will exceed that of the Scribes and Phari
sees. Elizabeth City Carolinian.
3 J I
. '- K A
THE'SOUTIl CAROLINA CASES.
The hftue to be Met by the Gorernment
An--ther Chance for Political Capital
isians are astir the streets have been well
watered with a hose aud the troitter thor
oughly washed down. Along the boule
vards and in most of the priucipal ave
nues large trees gratefully cool the at-
niosnhere and succest ft pleasant sort of
lotus-eatinsj dream of wood and field.
Each thoroughfare has its shady side, and
instead of the repulsive London "public,"
one come at every few hundred yards
across some little cafe, with its awning
drawn over the pavement and with chairs
and mai;ble tables, where the thirsty soul
who demands of the garcon even a cup
of cold water and tenders for it his three
half-ence will receive' courteous wel-
WAsniQjox, 3r nly 2fi. A decraon wur j
reached to-day in regard to the South
Carplina revenue cases by the President, come.
which will have the effect of raising a
suuareissno between the federal govern- Somebody has said, "A man "devoid of
rnent and the State government of. South religion is like a horse without a bridle ? '-
Carolina. Special Counsel Earle arrived
foere to-day from Sqitfh Carolina" to coiu
suit with Attorney General Devens in re
gard to tho case. After the cabinet meet
ing was concluded Gen. Devens and Mr.
Earle had a long conference with the
President, when thejcase was thoroughly
discussed in alHts benring. It was de
cided to call Secretary EYarts to the con
ference, and to hear his view as to the
law aud tho duty of the general govern
ment under the circumstances. Secre- L-
tary varts tooK tn position mac tne
Federal authorities must maintain its
!9yereignty and its right to dispose of the
QaSva oefOiu in uwu cutii nuiiuiit unci - i v. s
hpaiipa hv the SLte authorities, and that l c?r
the government should proceed at ouce
nider section 643 of the Revised Statutes,
anj Jo have tle cases removed under said
aeetion tq tlje Circuit Court of tlje United
After-, further discussion and inter
phange of opiuions the President decided
fo accept the view taken by Secretary
Kvarfa, and not let tljo casg go tq he
Supreum Court f the Stnte ou appeal.
Tho necessary instructions have been
giyjen to carry' the decision into effect.
Mr. Earle left heve to-night for Baltimore
to see Judge Bond, w1jq is the U S Circuit
Jud.e of outh Carolina at ouce and hold
a special tenn of court, so that the cases
can be removed from the State court, and
the imprisoned revenue officials released
on bail. -
Great interest U manifested in these
rircA-eiHlings here by Federal officials, and
Jh,e belief is shared by many that Judge
Kershaw will not acquiesce in the step
about To be .taken, and that tho State
people aro pitting aequalmw'. niul IUo who
are uot ooght to be with tho wonderful merlti of
that grmit Amrrican RoiimhI . t!io
FOR MAS U.TD BEAST.
This Unlment very naturally originated In Amerl
ca, where Sature prorlde iu her laboratory uca
surprUlng- antidote for tao maladies of hcrchil
drcn." Its fame lias been spreading for 85 years,
untU nor it encircles the habitable globe.
Tho Mexican Mustang Liniment 1 a inatehleM
remedy for nn external nilmentaof manandbeaat
Ttoclc owners rndCarmera It Uinraluable.
Aslnglo bot'.lo often aavea a human life or ra
atorc3 tho usefulness of an excellent bone,X
cow, or cheep.
It cur: 3 foot-rot, hoof -oil, hollow horn, grub,
.scrcw-vroria, kiiouMiy-rot, uangc, tho bitca aud
J c r "lsJnou rcpt3caA.ad inscotn, and every
such drawback to r.tock trcedlnff and bush life.
It cure every cjctcrnr.l troublo of horses, such
as lmjcnesa, scratches, swlnny, sprains, founder,
wind ssH, rbsbono, tc etc j
ThoexlcsaSlustaajLlnluient Is the quickest
cure in the world "for "accidents occurring 'la the
family, la the absence of a physician, such as
burn. scalds, sprain-., cats, cti., and for rheuma
tli-n, afed stUTncsa cnftitlerrd by exposdre. Par
ticularly valuable to Jliner.
It l.i the ch.-apest remedy lu tho world, for It
penatrates the muscle to the bone, and a single
Vyllcaiion Is severally sufllelent to cure.
31 ?s lean Mustang Liniment Is put up in three
sesof bottle?, the larger ones being proportton
!y much the cheapest. Sold ercrywhere.
g.S O 2 23
1 -1Z - O 3
- o Ik rrs
I t s
-ed force on the part of the Federal
fhority would seem to be inevitable.
It is no secret that both the President
officials will not surrender. up the four
revenue officials to the Unjted States
marshal in responsp to the summous of
hp Cirpu pou'rt. If this course is pur-
aiied nn nnn fnnfl:rt jiml a rtxnrt tn m-m.
I 1 Sig
4. ' 1 I 1 1 I ' 1 t.
puu Aiiuiur vjcuciiii toriis nave oeen
incljned for a day or two to ajjovr these
pases Jo gq tliQ Si?pren0 Court of the
State ofoh Caroljua, on appeal, with
out resorting the ulteruative agreed
upon to-day. Bqtlj of these officials have
vauted to avoid a conflict if possible. anl
S a4 -sc
Q 2s? H i
;V"' I B
PRICES STRICTLY LOW.
JLbbrtss WATCHMAN, SALISBURY, N. C.
. .... ... . . . 4 . . . a
OUR NEW CORSCT PLAYS j" ' '
E PIT. . C, ,B FLAT AND A.
We are aware that roanyitf cry IMPOSSIBLE, bat onr
-reply is TKx IT : tJ
W W TSTS K IK w
CONN & DUPONT.
SAVE YOUR LUNGS AND LIPS BY USING
DEEDS & MORTGAGES.
Fee Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners' Deeds, Sheriffs
Deeds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage and fJonnrmation uertincaies,
Distillers4 Entries, and various other forms for sale at the
Administrators, executors, commissioners, sherifis, constables, agents, &c, arc advised to
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly great injustice to owners to put up
their property at public auction without nrst giving ample notice ot the sale, me re
quirements of the law on the subject every body knows are insufficient. Property is
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent in advertising might have
saved it and made it bring its value, ne iurimh sale notices promptly and cheap.
NOTIOSC TOU POSTING LJLND PP.I2773D. '
CARDS, Posters, all kinds,
If after Trial Our Mouthpiece does not enable you to play longer
without fatigue and play higher with less effort,
Send it Back and Receive in Return Your Money,
ANY SIZE $1.00.
Subscribe for the
The Only Ametuer Baud Instruction and News Journal
PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES.
Subscription Price SLGO.
CLUDS OF VIVE SVBSCUIBKH8, (to one adtfirss,) J'1TH ONE -OF OVK
PATENT MOUTHPIECES TO EACH ti U BSC HI BE R FOR ONE
DOLLAR EACH SUBSCRIPTION.
CONN & DUPONT,
TIMETABLE WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
In effect Friday, May the 10th. 1878.
STOP AT TSIE 3
" ; .
SALISBURY, N. C.
O. S. BROWN, Prop'r,
(Late at the Kaiional Uoteli'iiafIgli. " v t
SSTT HOME AiiAJLN. -
Having leased this house for a term of yean,
I would be pleased to, have mr friends call and
ee me. It will he kept as a" FIRST-CLASS
HOTEL IN EVERY RESPECT.
Board : Two Dollars Per Day.
fiOMNIBUS AT EVERY TRAlN.-a
Large Sample Rooms for Commercial Trav
ellers. TRY ME.
, C. S. BROWN, Jr.
: yr. o. m hXBu rx. cierk
January, 1st, 1378. ll:tf.
J. T. Moore.
A. A. Thompson.
7 a. A M
.! 8 27 A,
,; 9 15
.10 07 ,
. 1 43
., 2 27
. ; 3 07
.! 3 28
12 A. M
..... 9 60
...10 3U "
,11 04 "
Ill lfi "
... . 12 04 P. M.
!12 50 -
MOORE & THOMPSON,
ZTmi. DB. RICH AED H. LEWIS,
EALEIGH, N. C.
Special attention paid to the sale of
' - BUTTER.
Consignment! Solicited. Highest Price
x- Obtained. - -
Refers to Citizens "National Bank Raleigh,
Lost, at R. J. Holmes' store or elsewhere
in Salisbury, June 21, n leather pocket-book
containing a judgment against Jacob Miller
for over f 80; a note on Moses I rexler s es
tate for $19.20 ; and a note on Wiley Bean
for alout $40, with other papers of less val
ue. A suitable reward will bu paid for the
recovery of these papers if left with Mr. R.
J. Holmes. Salisbury. Jas. A. Reid.
June 2Gth, 1878. 30:2t
iig aout au anp -jth the Stateovera
jnentf He was disposed to tke the coji
pervative course of letting the case be
lipposed of hy the Sontl Carolinn, cqujU
in nrjjnjar order, and avoid any feeling
ietween jhp Fetierai and State official.
Tin .alHtKT tf SMHfarv Kfnrfa iu il. ..
- -rrr- "t r y - -r - - ..e r f 8 to t lie State Medical Societ and
rnu however, haa led the Preaidpnf rt L . -,. . v. r "tj "
adopt the ptler ppurse, aud rk an
isKiie the Sjte authorities.
It becarn knoyn to a consileralil(e
number of Repnbluruns that theBresidenf
jras incjjned f? let tl)e State coqrja settje
(Late ProJessor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear
in- ine navannaaieaical College.)
Practice Limited fp (he
EYE and EAR,
he Georgia Medical Society.
Wrantefl to Cure!
ENNISS' CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE
or money: refunded if directions are
strictly followed i , ', .
- PRICE 25 CENTS, at
2G:tf. ENNISS' Drug Store
t a. . -
thnc cases, and no IjUje feelfng w pro, I Mg v"Jj!TJ!
dnced fn DSquenQ?, f lfiph wotdd have beit quality and late? t xtyles of writin,r. paper
nianjfcsted itaeif if the President h.ad not kept here. Also the renowned 8inger Sewin
piattT. It was freely charged by Repub- goods ind machineB. " " ' ii:ly.
31, '78. j
X. C Rail Road Compast,
Secretary an.I Treaaarer
Company Shops, N. C,May
The twenty-ninth annual meeting of the
Stockholder f the North Carolina Rail Road
Company, will be held in Hillsboro, N. C, on
the second Thursday of July, .1878, and the
transfer books of stock of said oampany will be
closed from this date Until alter the meeting.
' W. L. THORN BURG,
33KJt. Sec. N. C. R. R. Co.
glttonun at Sato,
TO TJIE PRESS : Plrnse show this paper to the leader of the1 Band in yonr place, asjt
will be a benefit to the whole Band. 1
I stake my reputation ?s a musician and my inlecrily as a man in fully -endorsing all
of the ahoye; and invite correspondence from members Tvf bands who know me.
24.6m. W. II. NEA.VE, Salisbury, N.
Buy only the
It is Tne
Only Sewing Machine
WHICH I! At A
It iai Self Setting ITeeilo. "
I'evc? Ersiks the Tb-eai
Ncrer Siips Slitchei.
. , Is Uls Lightest Eurnisg..
No. 12 N. Eighth St.
St. Louis. Mo.
Vibo hu had grater erperleaee la the treatment of tha
csnsl troWilrtof buth milt and female than anvphyiician
hi the We t, tvn the renin of hit Ion ana auceeattul
jiraclice in hu twa b.w wort, just publifhea, euUtleC
The PHYSIOLOGY OF MARRIAGE
The PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
Book i that are really OaMx aa4 ariMmtrartara in all mat
ten pertaining to ManiMicMl and V mnthnti. and aupply
vant long felt. They are kH-.BUr.lly III.Mraird. and in plain
laguaKe, easily andi-ntood. The two book, embrace 541
page, and contain talaable lafnrlU for both married and
aintrte. withailthe recent imDroveiwnU in medical treatment
iieaa-wnatour nomepapm aay ti at anowieaKeimpartea
in Ur. Balla new work, is in no war of aimtionable char
acter, but ia aomething that ewry . itaiM laaw. Tba
leath. the victim of early fodiacretwn ; tba Baa, otnerwiaa
ertrcuy ncaitny jnaTW, Dut witn wan m e TTtrrtr tn theti
of life, and Ike Waaiaa, in mierr
jrom n many 111a ner aex u
to." St. Iouia JonmaL
rortLAK nucts 60 t. each
both in one Volume, tl t in c.oth a
cilt. IS eta. ertra. Sent nnder aral.
receipt of prise In money or ptampe.
ELECTION NOTICE !
Notice ia hereby given that an election will
be held on Thursday, first day of Auguct, A.
D., 188; at the aeveral toiiuo; precinct in
Kowan lkuntjfcfor the following offietrs UJ
A Chief Joatice. and twoAfwociate Jtwtices
of the Supreme "Court; a Judge of ll.e'Su perior
Court for the 7th Judicrul Diatrict, a Judge of
the Superior Court for the 8th Judicial Dih
trict. and a Judge of the Superior Court for
the 9th Judicial Dial net, anil a Solicitor for
the 7th Judicial District all or whom shall
be voted for on one ballot.
A State Senator for the 30th Senatorial Dia
trict, and two members of the Ilouae of Rep
reaentativeg who nhall be voted for on one
The following County offirer, to wit : Clerk
of the Superior Court," Treurer, K'gixler of
Deed, Surveyor, Coroner and Sheriff who
Khali be voted for on on ballot.; .
S$& If an elector haa previously H been ad
mitted to registration in any Townnhip in
Rowan County, he will not be allowed to reg
ister again in another Township until he pror
duces a certificate of the Registrar of the for
mer Township that said elector has removed
from said Township, and that his name haa
been erased from the registration books of the
Township from which he haa removed. '
C. F. WAGGONER, Sheriff.
I June 22d, 1878. 36:1m.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
ON LEE STREET.
Complete in all its Details.
Come forward with ample facilities to accom
modate regular and. transient customers.
They have splendid slock horses and vehi
clea fur pleasure or business rides. Can fur
nish anv outfit required. Will send travellers
on their wv to any point. Will board and
groom horses by the day, week, month or year.
Will fill orders for hauling. Will buy and
sell horses. Invite Drovers to come to the
best and cheapest stand. They propose better
services for less money than ever before given.
V V ill buy grain and provender. And aa they
are in for a lively business they say to all?
Cume and Iry us,
JAS. R. CRAWFORD,
1& . , CHAS. HOLMES.
and Morpbtnn haltearrd.
Ta Orifflna I nl abaolnta
CCKt. jtei-ditaini) fue eoeke
II1" K-Uoe. ta W. B. Bqsire,
WMUinju.a, Oraano Ce lad.
GET THE BEST.
DAILY, one fear, !
WEEKLY, one year,
gSend Postal Card for Sample Copj
Address THE RALEIGH NEWS,
Raleigh, N. C
77ic Simplest, the Most Dur
able, and in Every Respeit
The Best Family Sewing Jacliine
' The "NEW AMERICAN" is easily learned, does not get out of oder. ard w.ll do
more work with less labor than any other machine. Illustrated Circular turmshed on
AGENTS WANTED. ,
J. S. D0VEI. Manager, (U N. Charles Street, ITalUniore, MI.
MERONEYS & ROGERS, Agents, Salisbury, N. C.
I do not hesitate to av llW American Machine surpasses all other mschirves. Bfl i
n- all ihf work ih.tl other machines can. it ovetenuin sn.d work bultun hobs iu anj lw
roni SwiM M.i.-I in to Oliver cloth. 1 have UMti Mnbtr Howe ai.d Wttd Mat-liines,
find the Viiitrrit-Hii i Mipirior to them all; . , ...... .. m-rr rwr
All&ft ill. tJ i ut-w
I have used the Singer and other
machine, ai.d would
not exchange the American
MILS. H.N. BRINiiLF-
Salisbury, X. C, May 22d, 1S72.
Meroney & Bro., Agents American Sewinp Machine :
Slits: I have used the Howe, Singer, Wheeler & nwnn, i cox v yr, -r-j. ..
chines, and would not give the American for ail of tliein. It will do all U.at ia ciaimcu
in Xhe circular. I consider it superior to all others 1 nave ver
Very respectfully, MM.uwj.
Great chance to make roy- "L
can't tret gJd you can l(rtPf
We need a iwrson In every Wwu
subscrlDtloiia for the largest,
and Ut Illustrated raiaii) -PUiHfl
in the world. Any one can beamir -j
An old nbyslclan retlwl from active practice, hav
ing bad placed In his hands by an East Indian mls-
airn.fmr tha fnnnilhi rtf n al m Tl i V(fPt :i t -n U4 1 V
fn V - Baw&a-wl if an1 rr rt- . tionl miro iT I 'nncmnnrlnn lA.Ane T . . v- - 1 rwv . . r, 1 u'( trk. 411 ill I
iWl Wir TC-VJ aAlAU J". l iticail V tun va v.uniuuiu';u, I alirlH , I UC 111' T)l miT Ail - ' w" " " " lmrot fttTj
Broncnius. catarrh, Asinma, ana au inroai ana subHrrtlerH. -TUe price isso io m "'"'"V
General Debility and all nervous complaints, after ' 150 a week. A lady 0 gent reports w uj J1 " " moB.
havlni? thoroughly tested its woudcrtul curailve subscribers tn teu days. AU iioe"fc'e,", .
powers In thousands of cases, feels It his duty to
mate 11 Known M) niaaunenns? leuowa. ine rwipe
will be sent free of charpe, to all who desire It, wlih
full directions for preparing and succeKsfully using1.
Address with stamp naming this paper. Dr. J. C.
Stonk, 44 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
subscrlbere tn teu day. AU uo bud
ey fast, i ou can demote all your "'"Vlt be
ness, or only vour spare time. ou ncKi not v
irogi aome over nignu
Elegant and expensli
For the fipeedy C'urof Heuiinal Wtrnlciioaa. it
MAnhmxl and all disorrlers brouitlit nn h.indiv
cretlon or exe. Anv Dmmrist hits th nisrr
dtents. Or. W. JiqrKM Jk CO.. No. 139
WX4 Sixth attreet. CUaelauaaiU, O.
1 Lie rr"F" -4S:iy-
vaii Mn no Ji "v
rnf nst ve t )uttlt free. If o" w ?T Jt
- - - - a ' - . . ii vw-
fltatrte work send us your aaarra i enCag
IlOUllllJf tt) iry uie uusiiiuao.
Sails to make great pay. Address
Ta. V..mr4T .f ta. ta f-r-
Manufactured by a
Ztilxn Pile Ct Co.,1
It aerer falU U ear. SST
a, Pii. aa a ear. fL.
Vrir I I't aa4 eoaa ,
ptrabM aa aaolleeUea
Z.t A w BSW'i C " 'Ue-TL0
WI1E YOU WAIVT
At Low Figures
Call on the undersigned at No. 2. Qranite
' ' "
Sali6bary,N. C, Jane S tlV
AGENTS VANILU run int
Embrartng full and authentic -accounts i' mt
naaon of ancient and modern times, a jjou1
hlstorr of the rise and tall of the Greek ana
Einplrea, the growth of the nations of JAlX gt
rope, the middle agiss, the crusades, the goot
tern, the reformation, the discovery aud
of the New World, etc., etc, .. nndJ
It contains 673 nn hLstorical engraving "piH
large double column pags, and leTSt, Tftt sf
Hlslory of the World ever published. It sei 8
Send tor specimen pages and extra wsrLt. Al
and see why It sells taster than any otner
& NATOMAL PfBLISHINO CO., VbM