"Q. : .
1 : .
Lively Though t&
I To love ami 1kj loved i twtr
j All natnre amiUs. true love to greet,
-!! And time glidetf by with silken feet ;
iltatlove contemned gives direst pain,
Such a life neTericnows again, y
Thongh oft we kneel at mocking fane,
i . , - 'r . . , Anon.
; True love is grounded one steera.
if Tun isgoml, truth isf better, and
lave iJei-2wcXmiy.-. j-V :
1 Passion is a blaze! and Jove a flame.
tLove : seldom , haunts
7 i f
where learning lies. Pope. L
Ilate makes "us vehement partizans,
bwtlbve still ' more-soGoetKc. y.
iovwe are alj fools alikel raA.
Thft pure.loveof .argood man and
n truewptnan is the le$t tvpr of earth
ly elicity.Za Motile, U ,
. Ii6ze;'pne time layeth burdens j
another time; giveth wings. &V 1
Sidneys vH :-
.lidve the virtue of woman.
Lhidecqni,' . ' . b ;
If' jlpve the deceit generally out
strips the distrust- RochefoucavJC, ''
Xqve is the only true inspiration.
Where love dwells is paradise.
SpiiuicrV Blaufc Amazement. The man who will agree !,to work
for nothing, is the hardest kind of a
One day, a short time after the; late man. to satisfy, when you cqpie to set
unpleasantness terminated, the' cor-1 tleiwith him. ;
I . a . a. - : I i - - -, - .
resionding clerk of Gen. P. E. Spin- ' There" arc two cesses of men amons
nerthen U. S. Treasurer, entered .the our acquaintances whont : we , never
sanc'HM ?f thaVofficer ; and quietly trust. ,The first consists of those whom
Iai(La letter qni inclosure before him. we dont know enough about' the sec
Thoold man took.it up looked at it, ona of those whom we know- too much
and began to look savage as he no1 about.1 ":
ticedilhat the inclosure was a Con
federate note. He next read the
letter which was' a very courteous
TIic Winter Palace
e))istle from a1 Sou
constructed, !) who
hern 'man nofyetj
EtatecTT that, inas-
much: as1 the. United States" had suc
ceeded to the assets, oFthe Conftdcra- !
; The winter palace at St. Petersburg
in which was made the recent attempt
to take tlie Czar's life, is thd largest
palace In' the. world, and is the resi-
dence of, the Emperor and his coiir
i '. -"'i t M r ti: m ?r sata to be inhabited by no less than
o,uw persons oi aa ran ks. xi occti-
ninnaii loirl tliat lnf nt "!- rr mnt.l'.-.. i- . 7
f v v;va Ithe reign of Peter the Great, lieloncred
cy, he presumed there, would , be', no
; j The obedieut spri.be accordingly re
plied, re-inclosing the note and sta-
Lqye is precisely to the moral na-Lt n ? j , ..
idiic vtiui mc suit ia t,v uc vaitii.
ttfA UfA Atl AW DMA I
4t , -, -r, iernal regions. theiTreasurer reconi
i - I mend fin him in hnvA it. Mthrt flmrn
I- . Ill I1IO ronltr n ancnrl thA I.AnAm
Iva niiiff in i fa Aitrn wtr llmj I .....
KTVi JU IbO U1IU Will. iUHI.! J ' It- I f ' II t fill
, I 1, 0- " ; " , I riirrinilSl V. JUKI ho nlwiok lexl hnnrtilv
' . ; 1 I nvnr it. fnr RAVfrnl w'nol-c !i;nl-i'n,. ln
'ot- k-i l j " ' ' r' w
uii viiai. ia iuvwi is aiu. jercmy 1 1 i u i r i r .,
L imfl PTtincrillSshfVl til. r.rtl Koiithnmon
I fPIVAll T rrm tlia niln whn nnn aixoa,!
; wviv.t,o jjvo. A. il : -l
tor not answering ine uenerars let
brer tojeash the mste.w
1 tr a n4 ' tii n I nr Iionlr 1 n KIc li o t iv"Vv
' . . : t ' . to Count Aphraxm, the High Admiral,
gan , to think jt over and get mad. . , i I '
, f ' H j . i 1 i . "it: - J- who made it a gift to the Czarr Peter
Mu .wJHvThe present palacp wascpmplet-
. i - h r. ed in 1849, occiipying only. two years
. , u K , in construction, although it was built
. . - . h - . to . m a style of. unexampled splendor,
x i .i'iK , - vf - afi(I at a cost almost fabulous. The
ufuuuumuous.au uie. ueau oi ine ex-i Tt i Lo.
xiau oi ot. oeorge, or auaiance cnam-
ber is an apartment one hundred and
forty, feet long by sixty feet broad,
and. in it the court receptions are held.
The throne room of Peter the Great,
the Gallery of the Field Marshals, the
Reb, lie turned to the clerk and safd:
"Tell the man to go' to 1" '
, jj j . i -w..v.w ?, a4ni uic -iirii ii cos
i P .. . :. . . drawing room are also superb apart-
'-ww w .vu wwwk.vru, vw" till, lllb 411 I r.l . J
the chambers is the White Hall, in
which the court fetes are held, arid
which is finished in pure white and
gold. The picture gallery of the win
ter palace contains one of the finest
11 . a. . .
collections ot aintinrs in theiworld:
o i ,
taken in conjunction with the collec
tion in the Hermitage, which adjoins
it, but of itself it is confined mainlv
Leighlo7i. tn nnna i i i!- a i i , to battle pictures. In the Hermitage
r ' ;. - . ... sooner, but explained that the dc-r . .. . i ?
juove is an egotism oi two. Abbe I, , . . . , jgauenes are some ot the best! works
delaSaUc ; 7. t , , Tv """ of, Reubens. Murillo. I Van iDvke.
Icould not love thee, dear, so much , "J. J v Rembrandt. Tintoretto.! Tenir VP
. UL- X. : ! , -j '.4 i ; I KPn ill Tllf IllKf!ltira fit tha I MMsitM. I ' 'i
1 T-A - r T I T w ' ' 'wui,
1UVUV1 X llUb 1IUIIU1 1UU1 C MJUVCUICV. I . -1 . .
ne -inen proceeaeaito state tnat, m
love's selfishness is harmless. Lfo-
Jtnotm. v - - - I
Ah, loving is a painfnl tJirill, ,
And not to- love more painful still ;
lasquez, and other renownd artists.
The Romanoff ffailerv.in the wimornnl-
i " a r t - -
lr he had traveled to the dwelling-place c- --1-tr.uts of every
of-OId Nick and actually an f ll,.e f raTn0f,,nPS,nce3
-.,L... i.: Stt. ... . edorowich, including many ?
interview with him. He described the
Butf Oh ! igive the greatest pain, sulphurous deity as a rather affable.
" iui 0m uuw 4uvcu, iil: a in. Aum
On the second
bald headed old cuss,jand said that, on b
of Peter the Great
floor of the palace arc kept the crown
presenting the Confederate note and
r- A Leap Year Proposal.
jejvels, embracing some of the? fin
est-gems in Europe. On the main
For .Blood Di&eucs.
' : For Liver Complaints.
: 'CORATIHE, !
j ; Kidney iHe.
; i For 6croful Diseaacs.
t Tot XrMpcIat, Finjpl.i,
i I have juss receivert and hare on exhie
bitiou in? the Room Abore the Hardicar
Store of Messrs. Crawford & Tavlor a v-
ry Handsomo Assortment of Uurial Ca.
! kets to which public attention is invited-
J, '. 't i ' THEr AKE 'OP, - if '
VERY NEAT . STYLES.
Harmless lb action and j Carerallr Made and of various Graces.. Will
sirs&aiffira J ,b? ,0.w wi-Mn of th
K.HKI imiiiiti -au nnu ee mem. . l am pre pa lea
to Undertake and furniVh evervthihEr reonir-
ed SSL-Special atteni Ion to Preserring Bo
diea from Discoloring. tissj I have had much
personal experience in thilinejand feelnre
. Only Sewing M'a'
A medivlnal com
pound of known rain T
comblniuK in one prep
aration . ihfe curatlva ;
power for the evils
which prodace all dta- :.
eases or the Jf MMf . the
care of all JMt i
re eucji as St-oV
4a, rnmr. Jlit -Trtter.&alt
eurial ' Xolmottina,
gf-tiot hottf Htou .
f . ! JSef euie
I'rliie, ete. '. i ...';. : . i
' -1 FfJR !T.r --J
C. W. 0. WOOLWINE.
l-i- u r - ' Fr i i
H fTt'',' Hal
A TejetabJe preparation and the only rare
r-mnlj la the world for Briffnl'a biaeaae.
Te8?I?on,fLl" of thehlghest order in proof
Of th&ie Btatements. j .
ar-For the core of Dl nboteaJ call for Wavw
ner'a Safe Diabetes CstreTTI
rtiI!!? c,ure.lf Brlgrnrsi jand the other
and Ufer Cure.
- dies are sold
y3 J Proprietors,
BE"Seml for Pamphlet
O. U. L,
Onr Universal Liniment For Man and
Beaut. A certain cure for Pains. AcIim
Bruises, &. : Manufactured at i
18:tf BARKER'S J)ruS Store.
Olllliera letter in iia . Iinsf t.ha n il ,b
j ':i . j . floor of the palace is the room known
as the death jchamlicr ofNicholas I.,
fellow danced at it. and. tnmlnof tn si
- . i a
T 7K-7.L.1 "IT . ri- ci t ' I Clerk. Kliil-; -"Hm-a hav fliJa man
Atic uuitiiu -L uiliuj jii fin nr-t-vrn .1 linn t r r . ?v.n bt.i mau 11101 i .r . . . .
I . " ' iJ Ti c . ? ' ,, , woereinai mouarcli led March 2,
and the Maiden Jby1 the Well. - mqnejr. I know Spnuier well enough; tVu ' A : l4. ,
M ..y. . ... , .ul;.! . : i . . , ' looo. - Li is. and was then, entirely
: j, this efldorsement is good enough for ! , r ' , . TT! :
it. ' t ., " . i - f i ... uQToid of any splendor. His sword.
Notmanyniilcs from San Juan- ;. turning o hi guest, he tLzrv
more than fifteens-resides a youne continued: "Just tell Spinner I'll I rM -.,:.i - ,! , L , A J.
farmer, who is not over ' twenty-five
years of age. He has considerable
oftJ$ requisite the coin. Up to with-
l.t- ..1- i' . . j- wiierc ue icii mem.
wrtrvu ma vuiiwiBwiueuLi ior any amount . . j;
5 aiLTUS lOr. - s 1 T'.t-. A , k mi
I lvi" ir.U OULUMDA.-- i ne
I'Thif, letter was hown to the old (7?fCtsA Messenger mentions an intcrcs-
iq a very, short time he hadt led a man, who read it. and found speech tiner proof that Solomons shrewllno
lonely life, s but thanks to tlic year inadequate tb fitly express his views ; has descended - to the Israelites oi
ioou, wnien lias proved Ins salvation but he tliouglit until the skating park New York. Two women claimed to
a young lady has proposed to him, on the top of his head grew purple, be widows of a brother in the order of
and he is now enjoying her society as When 1 he recovered! sufficiently to B'uai Brith, and demanded the en
his wife. The follow illf is tliP wnv it I command lammncrp lia
. j i ----- " s iu uiai-unuiviii muiiwy wtiiuii is iiayauie on
WV. MM t
oa uruugm auouiMiie young man corresponding clerk and said, wh e a tUe death of a niemhpr. ' Th rl'oe
had every qualification ibr a good bland ! smile radiated: his face, com- ed brother had been marnwl annlv
KtlornAoa J 1 -111. ' ' . ! . . . l-i . . - J
UU,UW out noiwitnsianaing ail uiunicaung a roseate glow to his cn- once, and there could hn hut nnn
.1 . . ... - I . - 1 ' - f - " wW " W.
wis was extremely bashful and blush- tire coriutenance: "Mr. , I think pw; but the lod;e could not determine
u riear- to Jus ears everv lime linlthis 13 a fjroou time to drm tli .m.. I whiMi r im i,..,! 1 1 L -p.
ml ; . j w " -!V(Vi..v WW. W 3 I iw.w.. w Kllw HUlUtll 1IU11 Uwtill III!) W1IC.
At length, however, one of the wmen
proposed that the money should be
equally divided between them. 'This
proposition relieved the Hebrew in
tellect of its perplexity, and the wo
man who had .proposed to discount
her rights as a wife and a widow was
promptly-shown to the door. The
Solomonic precedent is recorded in the
third chapter of I Kings: verses tcvi-
j mi.' x T 'Ail
r .- i , --m mw n i" ji a Tf-
caught sight of a young lady. More- pondence."
over, he imagined he was a fright to , ' " : . ;";
oenoid, and ; no girl would conde- i A Detroiter Interviewed.
HOend to Innlr tVlfVl tfetxm. imva.
T. !'r VH. -s "' ' T- ii4, broker rt..te in tho-iouu-
, -V ! rV"" "!"""" ", DC try Hi Mbef 14 l.lt iifter mm poul-
"Mawuwl lo leau aiieot single try g,,t suck in the roda-hole, although
.blessneisftll.tlie days he mightlwan- UvingJUig!tf boggy an;i a strong horse.
uer iaoput on the terrestrial sphere. lie Kot out took. -a- raifj off a fence, aud
One:danowever, he8 stopped itihe gSm tlie- Vehicle bnt, when
house J where1 resided a lovelv S rl tS t'inyoang'womKn,
Shn' U! IDILl t - " V ! l ifAi ' v lweuiy-8lx years pi age. SJie Ualt
MtfeOhy he IwaCpn edarveyed the-situationyand said :
everyteeaion:iuid became infatuated You stand by the hoise while I lieavo
the road and fi-
ippies and garden 1"H roiij-ana uoirt do afraid of gettiui:
truck, and was determined ihnfc th mna "u.J01"' auds audiboots."
ice s66nld be brokPn ln., Their united efforts released the vein-
.rlT'l,ar.ll?uiar. granted to the ted, looked np and doxvh
sterner sex. ( .The yourie ladv thp'rpfnr n'allr said: TTm
J J w . . i
"Stranger, I'm blunt spoken. Who are
i JIegaveJus name aiid residence, and
I'm over twenty-five worth $500 in cash,
aud this is
alIi h'm: as shood by the
wel l.and, cal 1 ing the young man by
l,ls W !n V.an,e askcd him whv he
iVf Vi' carried. He replied
WltiiTni!!riroricf In i."- .1 . . ' .1
" "vucaiuem mat lie Know all about house work
uma 1 tainfc there - was anybodyJwho leapyear.
ve inni. "Whv" rot.li
Yesj I know, Lot for heaven's sake don't
jruuuiauy wun great fervcnfir T 1- - . jouj ne replied
will hl6f Vaii " -' ti JJ saw the drift. , 1 '!
u Vai.3ou,ltThe vouny mn ,i - - . . -
r 1 , 0 : "t oee m re, sue 1 con tinned looking
iirnetl red and shmmpr rL , 1 . . , ' . ; Vfy J OKln
1 I . . w. WW.fcw Lliri K En II . T. . 1 . . T llll AP.k 4.17 . .
..w mi mo tjc. nuf n srraii;
ear a Xo. 7 shoe and I like the looks of
T.o;-,-., -"Jiicuiw'ms . wrrp uuu , r,. - -
matie.ationcc for tlie marriage ceremo- - -e8Jb,lt Iou talk - that way , to
but finally he did manage-to tell her K ea
At! -iirht "
y, aiulin Jess than a week tlicy
ci. : . I .
y.ng together as man and wifk hn: L "T"8 TT! and r Sin
nv n-i1r.!: . '. '.-k 1 " i 111 j wi nave me or not T77
Iy as-birda in a nest. t Hit it.;
t ni.n m-u i ue laiter-
... ... -r- 7..-(-'iUi l .
M A iarally is like on equipage First
the Either, the draught horse; jiext
th l.the.wlKs.for.they are al
vays running aronnd; then the girls,
they are surrorinded by felfows; the
baby occupies the lap-board ; and the
nioiner well what o xrnWJ.rr
out a tongue, anyhow?
"Honest Injun i
"Well, thaj; settles me and I won't ride,
111 take a4 cut across the held to oldSpoo
ner'i He's SJoiir sonsjand a fool neph
ew, and I'll begin on the old man and pop
the ciowd clear flown to the idiotfor I've
fltiinixed'arouna this world jast as long
s I am going to! Good-bye, sir, no ham
A responsible party in Birmingham,
England, has made the following
position to the Virginia Bureau of
pmigratio : For a supply of maps,
&c hand-books and $5,000 in cash,
he will advertise Virginia lands, j&'c.,
in not less 'than .250 pajcrs in Ureat
Britain ; in leading papers in anciout
of London : in lcadinr -aorrienlr.lirjil
O O p-. .
papers, and in railway guide, fee,
and he will publish a monthly Vir
ginia journal, putting 1,000 copies at
so many railway statious, ami 500
m reading rooms, &c, &c.
The plan suggested is worthy of
consideration. During the past tllrce
months we have had 25,000 immigrants
from Great Britain, of whom 'ojuc
hafl were from England. They pre
fer the South to the North. Raleigh
Observer, ' -'-
AROUND tie CORNER
TO THE PUBLIC RREEf ING ;
Their prirtv are as low us it i rxwible lo
fiiiike ihem, au l ilieir work not inferior to any.
Tiny fill ordain in i li'artiiiont.
Their reudy niride stock in linty! comprisep
a general assortment of !um-. furdittiru Bed
stead.-, HureaiiH, Clothes IVesses, Lounges,
Kacks. V ardrn es, Uook-t'Hses, (n p! toanl and
Cliiina Preysts, Candle lando, Tin S.tfts, Desk,
T.. 1.1.'. tl 1 . i ... . ' ., ' .
limit-, asiiMaiuw. vnairs, V5. ilicy also
keep an assortment of
nf a In tit, pine and poplar, from $1 niwards.
Also, VViirdow 8ash. They till orders without,
vexations delnys. Will contract for :u center's
!. . . I . r ......
wh niHi wnrrnm paiiftiarrion. Will t.ike good
lumher and country produce in ciclianP iVr
furniture. J'hop nearly opposite; Watchman
Office.; ; . JULIAN & FRA LEY.
' .h s .iwacQ
O. prs s- e a iiiiKgg
o r a iilSP
MERjCAN'is easily learned, does notgst out ofoider and ji
less labor tha. any other machine. - Illustrated, Ciku'v lurn
. The -NcV AM
more, work, with
I do not hesitate lo sav the American Machine surpasses all other machine's
... .. . .. .. a .. . V. 1 . nn
ini all the work that otnerinacnints can. it oveftscuuiu ami wor iniltoii holts in - afiVffi5j
from Swiss Aitudin lo JJeaver cloth. 1 have '.used. Sin-jenf. Howe arid Weed J.l:. Wi ;
tind the Vmerican is kuuci ior lo them all. t-; ...,!. ' ftl
I have used the Singer and other machines, and ; would uot texchange. the Aml.Ji 1
i IJsbtiry.X. C. May !2d u-ro
MeroKeyA Bro., Asenls American Sewing Machine : - ' ' ? " ; ' i .J, . r
Sius: 1 have ustd the Howe, Singer, Wheeler & Wilson, Wilcox A Gibbs, Sewine'il
chines, and would not give the American for all of them. It wido alpat ia claitue4 f0 ,r -I
in ine circular, i consider u superior io an oiuera i nave ever seen. ' ' H !
Very respectfully. . MRS. GEO. WaiARRIS0K f
g DEEDS & MOB,TOA(3rEi!
Fee Simple Deeils. Deeds in Trust, Jlorlgac Deeds, Coniiaigoncr$f . Deeds .". Shedffit t'
Deeds, Chattlc .Mortgages, Farm. Contracts, Marriage anifontiriuatioa Ccrtificajie&j !'
Distillers' Entries, and various other forms fur' sale At the ' "fe if '
:t i .!
s '; p. I'Hii
Administrators, executors, commissioners,-sheriffs, const alilfiij ngt-nts, '4'c, are alriWafili
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly great injustice to owners to nvi ukMi
their property at public auction without first mvimr ample notice of the sale Tim Jh it
. it , ... . 'L
(lnircnicnis oi me law on tnc subject every Inxlyjvnows afensiithticnt, IVopxrljiii
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two spent Jii advertfsRj'iuiny havt
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices!; promptly and dicap. v 1 l
xtoticss ro rcDTiira land. p.s As? pknTTSD.ijf1 1
f ' T rap eXQ
j . ?i .
- ' ; ... , ,
Who has once nsed the PEOPLES' MACHINE will prefer it oveiralHthersf jinds f
f-. AdEXTS Renin" it find it Inst what- tW ;
stitch, runs easil
SOLE AG EXT,
400 BROADWAY NEW YORK. '
rmpar- r:r-r7 1i of a
PFfar tvfj'tf, isis.-,ii. I bv 11
C :5TI?T ; . i ATj ;'vi)
-.X "-.T-- ! -r JtJ
Bad Cottox Skei. A Georgia paper
remarks upon the fact, which some of the
farmers of that State have just discover
ed Jthat aast quantity of the cotton seed
put away forw the-parpose of planting,
has ratted, from ; being ; overheated. In
view of this fact, it wouid be welljfor
fapmers to examine their piles of cbtton
seed which they have reserved for plant
ing, and observe their condition. The
warm season we have liad has no doubt
canAod considerable losses of cotton iced.
-Char. Observer. h - j
t H'- Mil . ... '.. i.n. -ri h Kfxilr. ;. pint
-A.l vHt'r (h it, J r )jm !' Tp!a ni-.i:. 7
"ir.-..'i'! 1; .ii . f:, i .-f.vel 'J iio elf -i
:c-j i- .- -. . t, .- f , 1 . nrioJ wi..t
4 i? .'x'viti 1 ' r 1. tf .-ir..-1. r .. iomv ni; nt or
1 r-.t I f . V
c.,r 'ill t ) :; ,hty
vr-p ri... - 1 1:.-ir i nrrio m .;,. j.,M.kM i--t i
T' !! jt, t ' ; ) ! U' f... t Tv l.irt m J h
-t liww.i'n fc. i . , tfHIVikm taJS'4kiu
J'uwdiT, .t i IVrmty ti:ro-: Cir-t. i !
. p,8 n n ! Tv-k f p t. ln.ir is h.rria
iijn ai d r.'a.l f. lijr.
I show th;j Vd yo-jr ssoczk.
The distinctive fontnrps of this
.w.i. . - -r . ' -
uiiii ii. ia uiaae irom lue very nnest
SEA ISLAND COTTON.
Tt Is finished soft as the cotton from which it. is
made: It ims no- waxlnsr or arll'U-lal tinlshTodo-eirp
ineeyes;iCH the strongest. 8niooUn"st, nnd tmtsi
clastic sowtn-T tureaa In the in lrkci : for machine
sewing it nas no equal; lt is woua.l on
The Black Is the most perfect
ever produced In siooleottnn. hrlncr d ved a svstrr.
patented by ourselves. The colors are dyed by the
NEW ANILINE PHCCESS !
I rendertnsr them so perfect and brl'Hnnt that dress-
makerseverywuere usethemlnsiead of sowinsllks.
We livvlte comoartson and r.'s:v-mtUv ask ladlns
to crtve it a fair trial and convince themselves of Its
superiority over all others.
'i o be liau at wholesale retail from
J. D. OASK1LL
5:6m Salisbury X. C,
It makes the shuttle lock; ?
. ! . ' .lit
does Hie widest;' range oif
woik, and winds the bobbins without, vunningM
the works of tlu machine. "Write- for descriiit-
ive lirculars and full paVtieularsi . i )
1301 & 1303Buttonwood St.,
PMlafielpMa-Sewini Maine Cn,
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
ISAAC A.SHEPPARD &C0.lSaItIa9rdAU.
Manufacturers of THE CXLEB2L1XED -'
II f tlinil ll :mm 111 I I I 1 I I 1 I
I - Ml i tturn
Unsurpassed for OurabiIit, Economy, and Convenlene.
Combfadn all Iapparemeata f Tl
t Ab4 Perfect U Operatlmk
ALSO A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF. BtPEKIOB
- i C. F. BAKER & CO., Salisbury, N. a.
VOX BALK SY-
rf ji '
i - !T3a . ti. ' .!-,;t a i
tsttl - a H: t"V liXUUm
Siapr ajciD Trinpliait!"
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED
STAT E PAIR.
Note the following improvements: An
Elegant guikl ed stand. Improved ! Bobbin
Wirider,- winds thread witliont running
the inachine. Improved patent Journal, which
makes it ; . i
THE LIGHTEST .RUNNING MACHINE
BEFORE THE PUBLIC.
Sold cheap for cash, or small monthly
instalments, atj the office of the Singer
Manufacturing Company, next dbor to
Barker's Dm Store. i f
Will ear or prevent Disease.
Ko Hons wilt die of Colic. Bots or Lnts Tm-
Tkk. if Foatz's Powders re nsed in time.
Foatz's Powders will cure and preven t Hog Cboubi
Foatzl Powders will prevent Gapes ix Fowls,
Foatz's Powder will increase tlie quantity of milk
and cream twenty per cent, asd make the butter firm
Foatz's Powder will cure or prevent almost kviet
Disxass to which llorsca and Cattle are suhject.
FOUTZ8 Powdibs wiu. eivc Satisfactiox.
DAVID E. rOU'l'Z, Proprietor.
Theo. F. Klutts. Agent,
2:Gm Salislmry, N. C.
J. O. liEAM; Act.
GRAY'S SPECIFIG MEDICINE.
TRADE MARKThe (irtat EnglistiTRADE MARK
htMtur ; An un
falliDjf cure for
dtseajics that follow
as a sequence ot
Self-Arjtise: as Loss
ot Memory. Univer
sal Lassitude. Pain
BEFOkZ TAEIX3.tn uie Baefe, Dim-A ma Tirlsa
neswor Visiua, i rerafitare old Astp, and many other
Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and
a Premature Gravel . ;
tFuIl particulars In our pamphlet, which we
desire to send free by mall to every one. KTTne
specinc Medicine Ls sold brail -draipelst at fl per
packope, or six pnekases for $5, or will b3 sent tree
by maU on receipt ef th moner br addresslntr 1
CRAY MEDICINE CO..
Mkchamcs' Uicx, Detroit, Mich. '
f"Sohl In salLsbury and everywaere by all
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics Liens, ior sale at this Office
1 i h !
SHOP connected with Brown & Verble-s Livery
SUibles. p-14 designs of Shoes, to suit any
suape ot fwt. All shoeing on strictly sci-ntltic prln
clplesand WARRANTED. All kinds biacKsiulthing
promptly done. is:iy
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Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
ariotig otlier biaokB for sale here
WIIEIV.XOU WAKT l: "n:Lr
ii ari w Are I
At Low Figures n 'j
Call on the undersigned atNo. 2. GrhC
KOW, i - - - V-r . : :
., D .A. AT WELL.
Salisbury .N. C, June S tf.
Mortgage Deeds for sale here
Also various olbcr blans. r
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PAKSOX'S SXUFF;S0l increasing
n favor. Tjy it. It is mild and jure.
For sale, by; , , J, IJ. Garkill.!
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