A Family DUrr.
I The following pleasant suggestion
WasUriade sometime ago by Scribner:
j "In a certain farm-house twenty
years ago a great blank-book was kept
labeled. Home Journal. Every
t some one made an entry in it.
ler naf-down the sal of the caves,
or mother the cut of baby's, eye tooth;
r perhaps Jenify wrote a full account
of! the sleighing party last night ; or
i lob1 the 'proceedings of the Phi Beta
club ; or Tom scrawled "Tried my
new guiu Bully. Shot into the feii-e
andihit Johjison's old cat."
On toward the middle of the book
there was an entry of-Jehny's tiarri
sigej aud one of the younger girls had
milled a description of the brides
maid' i dresses, and long afterward
there was written, "this day father
died," iu Bob's trembling hand. There
was a blank of many months after that.
But nothing could have served tet
ter to bind that family of head-strong
boys and girls together than the keep
iiigjof this book. They come back
to the obi homestead uow, men and
women with grizzled hair, to see their
mother who is still living and turn
many substances, and preserving
meats, Vegetable and fruits from
rapid decay. Its use as a filter in
cisterns is well known, aud its value
hre deiteuds upon the same quality.
KMi!irntes and" appropriate to itself
the decuviiitr matter and other im-
purities in water, rendering it pure
and sweet. If placed on the surface of
the soil it 'will gather from the air
moisture and gases and impart them
to the growing plants. On the same
principle its value in the barnyard,
stables aud hog jkmis, as an absorptive
agent, is incalcuable. Where used for
this purpose, to form the basis of
manure, it should be in a powdered
state. In regard to this-use of char
coal a writer in Bell's Weekly Messen
ger (Ixudotij Eng.), gives his exper
ience and views as follows:
"I am fully satisfied that as a basts
for manure charcoal will be greatly
appreciated when it is more generally
known. I am a great believer in
charcoal myself, having taken a hint
when quite a lad working upon my
Jather's farm at 'stifle burning.' I
noticed how much better the ashes
were wlien burnt Wack,oronly chaired,
than those that were over-burut or
burnt red. Those black ashes satu
rated with tlje runnings of a dung
heap or stables used to be a very favorite
garden manure, the results being so
much better when the 'bum-bake,'
as we used to call it, was used than
when the liquid alone was used. This
to their eves, it u ineir cnunoou
c ime back again in visible shape."
Salt on Wheat.
r n itiiMd val'Dfun 1 tr Willi tYlallV
: , 1 & ' . . . . orjivi mp ji trrpjit idea, at black 'liurn-
tt hearty laugh or the tears coming in- f , f ., , . -
cliarcoal, aud for eighteen years 1
made artificial manures for my own
use, and the last five years for sale to
customers, I have used charcoal with
liast spring Mr. Joshua Knight, of the very best results -oin mixing
Ogle county, III., sowed thirteen bar- cliarcoal with artihcial manures, and
rt?h ofsaItlo two acres seced to wheat, you will find you have much to learu
and left a strip in the middle of the yet of the good effects of charcoal. 1
juece without salt. The ground on am trying experiments every season
rni. which is three hundred
w itni$ if an ov v s oaii - uu w v. a i - ' j ,f
eighteen bushels of good spring wheat acres, so that 1 have an opportunity
jier acre, while that on which there of judging of its effects upou the dif-
wai no salt was hardly worth cutting ferent crops, and I carefully note its
the wtieat beiug badlyshfunken, effect upon my customers' crops,
injured by therust, chinch bugs, etc. Most of them tell me that they never
.: I consider this a fair test, and it has saw such results from any manure,
never before been published, though I and that they could not believe that
deemed it of sufficient importance to any manure whatever could make
report it to the Department of Agrt such a difference. I attribute my suc-
culture. A similar experiment was cess entirely to a suitable "admixture
tried in Iowa last spring," aud the re- of charcoal. It is a- great cleanser
iult was published iu theIowa City and storer f ammonia, and there is
Jtepublican n follows: more in it than any of us know of
"H. G, Coe, of Cedar county, tried yet. , Many objectionable plants will
the1 experiment of spreadingMhree be found to disappear entirely by a
bushels of salt broadcast over two few applications. It will quickly re-
acres of wheat field. The yield was move moss and things of that kind,
forty bushels per acre, while the rest and, from appearance, I believe it to
of the field gave only nine and a half be proof against smut and' blight in
bushels per acre. The 6traw was corn crops. I do not sow or prepare
bright, not being injured as the wheat feed corn in any way, but sow itsim-
alongside of it was, and it stood six pjy as it is, and I do not see any smut
inches higher." orjjjight of any kind. The manure
! The following from the Montreal seems to have a great cleansing aud
Gazette is apropos, as it gives the re- invigorating effects" Michigan Far-
ult8 of valuable scientific experiments vur,
on the effect of salt on wheat :
1 ! "Tn n InfPrpatinr, .Ina r,f QOT. SejmOOr B Politicians.
nients recently made on the farm of "I never loved the exercise of pow
the Royal Agricultural Society of Eng- er, never cared particularly for public
laud, the manure value of salt was place, but I always ioved politics,
unmistakably indicated. An acre of and what! is more. I like politicians, oottering-au at s low rates as can
! ' .1 - i , - , ' i . r State, lie Is special agent tor the a
wheat dressed with dOU pounds of salt Ihey are a much abused class. It is cook stove, which he is selling at Te
. iiciucu uuny-miie uusueis 01 grain, line lastnpn to sneer at them, but 1
With a projwrtiouate amount of straw;! think, as a rule, they are better men
; while an adjoining acre, left unman- than merchants, bankers, and other
j 4ired, produced only twenty-nine bush- representatives of what is called re-
els per acre, with straw imperfectly spectability. They make more sacrU
I developed. Ihe entire cost of the fices and do more unselfish work for
j crop is not stated, but this experiment others than business men ever think
; juWs that the additional tenlushels of doing. They cultivate a certain
i resulting rora the salt were produced chivalric sense of honor. Even some
THE GENUINE r )
DR. C. UcLAItfE'S
Celebrated American ;
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is pale and leaden
colored, with occasional flushes, or
a circumscribed spot on one or both
cheeks; the eyes become dull; the pu
pils dilate: an azure, semicircle runs
along the lower eye-lid ; the nose is ir-j
ritated, swells, and sometimes bleeds ;
a swelling of the upper lip; occasional!
headache, with humming or throbbing!
of the ears; an unusual secretion off
saliva; slimy or furred tongue; breath;
very foul, particularly in the morning;!
appetite variable, sometimes voracious,!
with a gnawing sensation of the stom-J
ach, at others, entirely gone; fleeting
pains in the stomach; occasional
nausea and vomiting; violent pains;
throughout the abdomen; bowels ir-j
regular, at times costive; stools slimy;;
not unfrcquently tinged with blood
belly swollen and hard; urine turbid;
respiration occasionally difficult, and
accompanied by hiccough; cough
sometimes dry and convulsive ; uneasy!
and disturbed sleep, with grinding of
the teeth ; temper variable, but gener-:
ally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist, i
DR. C McLANE'SL VERMIFUGE
will certainly effect a cure. j
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY j
in any form ; it is an innocent prepara
tion, not capable of doing tfu slighted
injury to the most tender infant. !
The genuine Dr. McLane's VeiJ
in fug e bears the signatures of C. Mc
Lane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. McLAHE'S
are not recommended as a remedy "for all
the ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections
of the lirer, and in all Bilious Complaints,
Dyspepsia and Sick Headache, or diseases of
that character, they stand without a rival;
AGUE AND FEVER, j
No better cathartic can be used preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine.
As a simple purgative they are unequaled;
BEWARE OF IHITATIOHB.
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Each box has a red wax seal on the lid with
the impression Dr. McLank's Liver Pills;
Each wrapper bears the signatures of C.
McLane and Fleming Bros. -
Insist upon having the genuine Dr. C. Met
Lane's Liver Pills, prepared by Fleming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, Fa., the market being
full of imitations of the name Me Lane t
Spelled differently but same pronunciation.!
Embracing IRONS and STEELS every, variety ot
sizes ana shape oet quality.
; Wagon and Buggy materials.
comprising: all the various kinds required springs,
axies, wneeis, cc, reaay 10 set up.
Telegraph Straw Cutters
all sizes, and unsurpassed in quality and durability
Great American lightning SAWS,
every kind and size, embracing- MILL & CROSSCUT
-NAILS U sizes cut and wrought.
ifc r ;
P. N. HEILIG SON, 1 1 HlS l
would call attention to their larye and splendid t , 1 J? no 2, . 1 . HH
stock of jU. I 5 g p EL
HARDWARE iul Hs2 2
; If I
x:- h 2 li 125
Ot? e - s hh
S XI S 1 : t
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rc S ? -a S3- j
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Warrantefl to Cure!
JLM U; Li
$340.00 Piano Uprtsht Parlor Organ, 0 Octaves, 13 Stops, 2 Kn twll,for $33 a!
euuiUMt or iZ .r
The most popular and approved styles Plow Cast
tup, all Klndi. bolts, &c EST" I No. 5 points for $1
WINDOW Ct ass rrom s n to 4x30 Putty, oils.
Palnta, Varolanes, Llutninc Lrter, sc.
FAIKBANK SCALES Steelyards and Balances
For Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Shoemakers, Farmers.
Champion Mowers and Reapers.
Horse Rakes, Threshing Machines,
Uorse-Powers, Pumps, j:"iirala CradleK,
Orass Scrthes. Planters llnn'llcd Hiet.
CUNS Pistols, Knives, anrlOlTTi.EKY fr all kinds:
I , es"imr stock embraces e erythlnjr to tx found In
a larsre and comolefe Hardware' itore. and all at low.
prices tor caxh. Jtf With tlumks for past favors we
bope to rarlt uoatlnued confUt nce and lnrejslng
patronage. Marcn 1, vomy
Meat kr tW
rt t ( u mmaitiiil latiii u itnTtiMnL I nTfn frrtffht eharBM both VATI.
lUnwrnber thi offer to t th wit 1 wwt ttw
ThlaeeruLUT k . ff!
morceactUylntrodcd, banc this n
mhnnt th. uiim M nf nunnftinrinv , Mm at MM (TnT OnM WbCIl iBtrodnCM
othan. It to ta41 4TcrttoceL j Hence I can thu clre you tkU vbwjM kmta by m
Or4cr t mma, M rrery Orgn wben introdQMd in . new locmiitr H
Yoa wilTdo wIl to ccpC this great bargain. . Sevaty Thaw af Beattyva CdiwS
w haw in ..timl tiA thrmurhoiit uia enruiaea wor Ml. Baa l cnauemro any on tA ih
doeaBotrivanarfeetaatiafaetloii. ; Bales now rerr lanra. conUuUr IncreaalnBr at a rapid rt.
zul noose in Amenc-a. More aaneifa tetrai laia
toe enure worto. 'Ike mmm aalaea new acre mi
tended toar tbroagn the continent or Ure,
""y www sno ssstlM
This Important organ weighs but about tbree
pounds, ami all the blood in a living person (about
three gallons) passes through it at least once every
half hour, to have the bile aJ oilier impurities
strained or filtered from it. Bite is the natural
purgative of the bowels, and if the Liver becomes
torpid it is not separated from the blood, but car
ried through the veins to all par u vf the system,
mnA im Irvine to Mcane throueh the DoreS of the
skin, causes it to turn yellow or a dirty brown
color. The stomach becomes di.ased, and Dys
n.nu. Indigestion. Consultation. Headache, Bili
ousness. Jaundice, Chills, Malarial Fevers. PUes,
Sick and Sour Stomach, and general debility fol
low. Mfkrell s H hpai ink, the great vegetaoie
discovery tor torpidity, causes the Liver to throw
Blaclmer ai Mkm,
SALISBURY, N. C
Janaay22 1876 tt.
Sttowej at f ato,
off from one to two ounces of bile each time the
blood passes through it, as long as there is an ex
cess of bile : and the effect of even a few doses
upon yellow complexion or a brown dirty looking
skin, will astonish all who try it they being the
first symptoms to disappear. The cure of all bili
ous diseases and Liver complaint is made certain
Sr taking HsrATlNR in accordance with directions,
cadache Is general'y cured in- twenty minutes,
and no disease that arises Iroiu the Liver can exist
!0LrDAS5C SUBSTITUTE FOR PILLS
BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price 25 Cents and $1.00
The fatality of Consumption or Throat and
Lung Diseases, which sweep to tbe grave at least
one-third of all death's victims, arises from the
Opium or Morphine treatment, which simply stu
pefies as tne worlc ot aeatn goes on. fio,uou - "
be paid if Opium or Morphine, or any preparation
of Opium, Morphine or Prussic Acid, can be found
in the Glob Fi.owr.m Couch Svkup, which has
cured people who are living to-day with but one
remaining luncr. No greater wrong can be done
than to say th:W Consumption is incurable. The
Glok Flower Cough Sykuf will cure it when
all other means have failed. Also, Colds, Cough,
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the throat
and lungt. Read the testimonials of the Hon.
Alexander H. Stephens, Gov. Smith and Ex-Gov.
rtrow nl f,a Hon." Geo. Peabody. as well as
fjj those of other remarkable cures in our book free
S3 to all at the drug stores and be convinced that if
IH you wish to be cured you can oe oy lamns; ma
Globs Flowm Couch sykvt.
Take no Troches or Lozenge for Sore Throat,
when you can get Glosx Flows Svaur at same
price. For sale by all Druggist
1S&, wuU arwaraa. Beware of Imitations jty great snooeas baa broogbt into exjstwx
nmSMaimitatArK. Bewuvl Buvthahaatl But Stvotd the mOPOPoUsta and irTtanonsible
with much Information about coat of Pianos and Organs free to any address.
Jals than any manufacturer. I have extended my mUm JSf
It light say taatiaasjataf-Sinee my recent return hvt T
U tsM vary laweas, ana aouung emu am Bavea om uu .umnuunno; ""TnTr, , vrmrr mmw I U fa. aZ
)ut want one yourself, oder on and make yon friend a handsome present. tVTbia is the greatest offer ydmtS
ddraaa, DANIEIs F. BEATTY, 'Wmmhlnsion, New Jerey, U. 8. Anrk&
tar SHOW THIS SPJLSNDIO OFFER TO YOUR ME1CH.ORS.
CAROLINA REAL ESTATE AGENCY,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
ENNISS' CHICKEN CHOLERA CURE-
nr nionev refuudetl if ducctious are
PRICE 25 CENTS, at
26:tf. EN NISS' Drugstore.
Continues to carry on his
1 old business as beretorore.
Keeps on band a lull ; line
of wares, Cook and lleat-t
lng Stoves, ic. Repair 1
stills, puts up Hoofing and
n dc aone in me
very low rates.
Pries 25 Cents and $1.00
are made in the treatment of all
diseases that arise from poison in the blood. Not
N NEAR BROADWAY,
HOTCHKISS & POND, Proprietors.
On The European Plan.
The restaurant, cafe and !unch room attach-
at a cost of thirty cents each. In "an- who are natnrally corrupt will refuse rZTn' Vl
other case a piece of ground intended the most tempting bribe when the in- $3 io Pf week. Convenient to all ferrie.
for wheat was tdniin-hAd .1ia nrorariSnrr ;p ..... : t ",,u cut roaa.
- --- ... rtvwvig vcgiiM V men uauv IUVUIVCU. X
full, and again in May, when it was have seen euough of political life to
sowed with salt, and afterward plough- satisfy me that its influence is eleva-
ed before seeding. On the 1st and ting and not degrading. I would
3tod of September wheat was sown at much rather be trfed by a jury of my
; tjDe rate oi two bushels to the acre, political oppouehts, who were ac
1 ine croi wlien harvested vie ded. ne- know U vmI iJiiimnc tuan k.. -
i f 9 I " v " " ik--- a e , aast aiOs. ftSCftL J V a
cording to the estimates of the owner, jury of respectable, business men who
one case of Scrofula. Syphilis, White Swelline,
Ulcerous Sores and Skin Disease, in a thousand.
is treated without the use of Mercury lit some lorm.
Mercury rots the bones, and the diseases it pro
duces are worse than any other kind of blood or
skin disease can be. Da. Pembbtoi'sStti.li!-
GIA or QuaaVs Delight is the only medicine
. . . i- f t..tc
upon which a nope ot recorery irom scroiiua, st
pnilis and Mercurial diseases in all stages, can be
reasonably founded, and that will cure Cancer.
fioxM will be paid by the proprietors if Mercury,
or any ingredient not purely vegetable and harm
less can be found in it.
Price by all DniKista Si.oo.
Glob Flowk Cough Svavr and Mbkkkll a
Hbpatiicb von thi Livkk for sale by all Drag
gists in as cent and $ i.oo bottles.
JL r. UXSSZLL is CO., Proprliton,
We Imy and sell nil kinds of jRtal Estate on connnission. HaveagenUXorthW.
ing up emigration tor tins section. e aaveriise more extensively man aay; otle
agency in me country, ro mat rur cnances ioi setuiig lauus are superior to asjot
agency. We make no charge if no salf is made. We solicit correspondence t$
those having real estate to sell, We want a nuniler of farms now to fill orJra
Agents wanted in everv couutr. Send for our advertising paper "The Soullflani
DAWSON A: CO,
tta."ntos A.isrr OTC&Asrs. :
We are State Agents for Horace Waters & Sons celebrated Pianos aruU)rgaim
The best -instrument in the world for the money. Fully warranted for ix vi
Prices lower than the lowest Of SHEET MUSIC we have a full stock. New bw
received as soon as published. I Churches, Sunday-Schools, Female Semiiiariesrni
Teachers supplied with PiANOS, ORGANS and SHEET MUSIC; large disconrfti
Send for catalogue and price list. Any other make of pianos of organs satufw
when desired. Agents wanted in every town and county.' Address, -
DAWSON & CO.,
Price from 25 to 45.
II A It D W ARE
At Low Figures
.""all on the undersigned at Kc. 2, Granite
D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury ,N C.JuneS if.
For the speedy "nre of Seminal Weakneiw, Lost
Manhood and all disorders brought on b, Indis
cretion or erPs. Any Irug;s;''t hsi th Inrre
dients. Ir. W. Jtqim Jk 0.. Nk 1W
YVeat Slxtla SlrowU C'inelsiaaiU. O.
Hew Furniture, New Man age m en t
Hack Line to Albemarle.
SALISBURY j OK STORE.
GEO. W. YOPP, Propr
(AtPlyler's Old Stand.)
BRIGHT NEW BOOKS
CALL AND SEE HIM.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
r. J oh u far k, not less than forty said that they took no particular in- in-weeklr Hack line from Salisbury wTAlbe-
. , . i I A vnoqnuoa for tn onra asa prevention oi
ine unaeraigaeu in running comluriabl I tlmnaotln Horaea, Catue. oga.t,B.ep.ana rowie.
! t,natii1a t Va ...ttl. l .. . a. I x . J i . I marie. N. C. Will con vpt nnnin t
,U9u, a h,. pomm, DM USUallv voted Hill, or elsewhere on the line, chThiin (hi o Tirl Off
Growth of straw. From Mipsa n, Rninli;.n :L, v .1 t . 1 5er ki.i.i. t u..,s.i...: 1 I vii ailU vli
T pny similar cases the inference sWm. should xpcct gross injustico and pre- ts BOOTS,
to be that salt is a sihjciOc for the iudice ten time as intense as mv 6 p.m. ; ' J
.1 .'- 1 . ... . I "'I Lfeirc orJini il Voinn.l Ht.l i i
wneat cron. imnartiner Koiiriitv tn th!'a.m,ui 1:.: 1 ' u it
-j 1 v ai vncu; puiiu.ai upjIUUCIIU WUUiU UIS- tj. VV. WHITLOCK I ',
Slick as Grease !
gram and nruaness to the straw. But play. The man who serves a cause.
fit must not be concluded Chat the if it is not a nositivelv bad cause, is
equally good results will always fol- ennobled by the service. He learns T, X AYEBS.
low the application of salt. Rural to look at men as well as doctrines, MANUFACTURER OF FINE CIGARS W TVT TT! A CT .TT
' 111 viu a 11 1 truer aiunuDuini iiiHn mppp 1
1 t 1 tt t The toUowlntr brands k
personal selfishness. Hence I repeat Royaj oenu"$5o.w per m
. 1 . x 1 i-i ii ' 11 M. (Bo tb Havana filled.)
that I do like pohtCians as Well as "Silver Lake," (haU Hara
Respectful ly annuonces bin continuance at
politics, but I do not like offioe,"
" Charcoal as a Basis for Maanre.
The absorptive potver of charcoal is
Well knoWn in the arts. It, capacity The leneth of a ladv'a train sliould
-1 . ',1- - .
n this direction is niost remarkable, never be uuder a foot.
Accurate experiment has proved that "Twenty years ago." said a colored
yt vweiuy-iour nours it would absorb philosopher "niggers was wuf a thou-
loeiy limes 11s own voiunje of mun- sand dollars apiece. Now dev would
tic acid gas. It is this remarkable be dead at tvo dollars a dozen. It's
uality tliat , makes it so valuable in fsttfehiiitf' how de race am runnin'
Ueitroyjng odor, color md taste iu I down.'' .
Tbe tollowlngr brands kept coQstantlr on hand: I h old stand in his old Hue, on ilaiu Street,
. "Uiue ret," S40.00 oer onnn&itf RnnirfR' Drnir Storo
aa mam w 1 . . -
"Daisy" S35.0O Der M.
Havana nued.1 tss.oo ner u
"No . 1' $30.00 per M. "Pride oi Cuba," t.oo per m.
uuia cornioodore,nsso.oc pei m. orders promptr
urar 100 latest Novell
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
rarioiiM other blanks for al here !
Mortgage Deeds for sale her
Also various other blanks.
He is alwajd
ready and anxious to accommodate customers
in bis line in tbe best manner possible, lie is
prepared to do first class work and can com
pete with any northern Shop or Hand made
work, lis machines, lasts, tc, are of tbe
latest ard best pat em?. Reworks tbe very
best material and keeps on hand ready made
wnrK, ana stock equal to any special order.
Repairing neatly and promptly done at re a.
aonable prioes. Satisfaction gnaranteed or ne
Prices to Suit the Times.
Cash orders by mail promptly filled.
34.6mo. W. M. EAGLE.
Subscribe for the Watchman only $2.
Porl mrm getting; ocqaalnted 4
ara not ought to W with tb woadsrful BMrIt o
that great Amtrlcu Rcmody, thm
rOR HAN AND BEAST.
This UnlnMBt very aatttrally orlflnaUd la AbmH.
a, where N stare provides in her laboratory Buck
surprising cntidotea for the maladies of her chQ
Urcu. Its far.10 has bcrn iprcadlnf for S3 yean,
until now it encircles the habitable globe.
Tho Mexican riustan; Unlment is a matchless
remol.r f jrc'l external ailments of man and beast.
f To stoc'x owners and farmers It la lnraluablt.
A slnjlo lo::le often save a human life or re
stores tho usefulness of an excellent hone, ox
cow, or sheep.
It currj foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow horn, (rub,
crew-worm, shoirkler-rot, mange, the bites and
stings of poisonous reptiles and Insects, and every
such drawback to stock breeding and bosh Ufa.
It cures every external trouble of horses, sueh
as lameness, scratches, swlnny, sprains, founder,
wind gull, ring-bone, etc, etc.
The Mexican Mustang Liniment Is the quickset
core in the world for accidents occurring in the
family, in the absence of a physician, such as
bums, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc., and for rheuma
tism, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Par.
tlcularly Taluable to Miners.
It Is the cheapest remedy In the world, for tt
penetrates the muscle to the bone, and s single
replication Is generally sufficient to cure.
Mexican Mustang Liniment la pnt up In three
. 'ses of bottles, the larger ones being proporttoav
sly much the cheapest, Sold everywhere.
Buy only th
It tbs -,
Only Sewing Machlni
WH1CB HAS A
Setting Keei j
Hercr Skips Siitcha
. Is the Lightest Esisfy
The Simplest, the Jlosthr
able, and in Every Respd
Th Best Family dewing Machine!
The "NEW AMERICAN" easilyilearned.jJoes not get out of order, and will
more work with less labor thau any other machine,
Illustrated Circular lurnithed
J. 8. DOFET, Manarer, C4 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, li
MERONBYS & EOGEES, Agents, Salisbury, H. 0.
CER'rill C ATES :
I do not hesitate to say the American Machine urjas.es all other machine. Bef
ink all the work that oilier mat-hint can, it oversea ma and works bultoti holes in aBj t
irom bwi Munlin to lieavtr clolh. J have used feingen, Howe and Weed Macbiai
Dud tbe American is superior to Ibew alt.
MISS M. RUTLEDG1
used the Singer and other machine, and would not exchange the Aoe
j f MKS.U.N.BRiy
! Salisbury. NC. May 22d,
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics' Lacns, for sale at thig Office
MCROKET& Bro.. AsrentR American Sewinc Marhinor
bias: 1 haye iwed the Howe. Sintrer. WbeelerA Wilson. Wilcox Oibbs, Kff
chine, and would not give the American for all of them. It will do all that is els"" 1
le circular. I consider it suberior to all others 1 havever seen. ntC.n I
Very repfrrt fully.; MRS. GEO. WT. EABBISOVj
Fee Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners' 15J
Deeds, Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage and Confirmation Certi"
"'""" auincB, auu various omer ioruis ior sale at me - L-trt
... J WATCHMAN OWO-
call on us for printed sale notifces. It is certainly great injustice to owners r
ineir property at public auction without first civine amole notice ot tw
quirements of the law on tbe subject every bodv knows are insufficient..
often sacrificed from this cause when la dollar or-two spent in advertising njjt
saved it and made it bring itsfvalue. j We furnish sale notices promptly and
2TOTIOSO POK OOTIITO LA1TD HSADY
. Monthly State
CARDS, Posters, all kinds,