Go:io to'ltls -Love'
slit ! doors'." The victorious feani maT thi rst -
ed fur more gore, and, iu hid efforts la
cratify the desire exhibited almost
' ' ii ', . . j ,
human intelligence. Placing one paw
against the iron dofr. he would push
1 float- Some of these rocks give forth a rich oh it as jf raisiuga wjndovr. Twice
Ills note 01 me Katr. , iHmuT.r
rocks were chosen and a few tunes,
Thp romance of a wrecked Hie nasuucli as "uiu uunureti, -owra,
lieen brought to light through the diary and By," and Home, Sweet Home,"
found upon the person of an niiknown ere given with considerable clearness.
man whose body was discoveret
:-J:i,. RlvprJ O., Monday last, full tone, which IwouldrvieTWith the it yielded partly, and Jol it hi
Uttle before daylight, the body was best metal. The! "State House rock" position, he would lower his. head
foulnd at the foot of Wall street. It at one time was one of the largest: It sideways and look through the open;
liad been in the water for many days has been broken several times, but iug, but when he attempteil to get uh
ud identification was impossible. In it still preserves jits strong, full tone, der relaxed hold , would return, the
Jueof the pockets of the coat were The sound produced by : striking the door to iU place.. On the last trial he
tWo small book, one fillecl with writ- iinajler rockr resembles that made raised it, andt with the assistance of the
..,.t Ae. U tho Action of thelwhen a blacksmith's anvil is struclc, otner paw gave ii anomer mi, anu
iuuv.il j ... - , . - . . . . . i - . .-.
iine clearer than others but no was half way through the adjoining
alike. Many sound as though pit before the keeper could drive him
r nd -the" other -a printed vol- some bei
" , i y
U TIipu throw lufht upon the two are
. " .h Mkp and ciDose the car wheels ' were! being tested )Y the back. Tbe loor was then securely
inner side of a life varied and tem- hammer strokes of the station men. fastened to prevent a repetitron of the
pest tosta life finally wrecked, but The "ringing rocksV have been visi- proceeding. For the next half hour
which obtainednuch of the 'light and ted by thousands. On the surfaces the ' polar continued "trying to get
shade of joy and adversity. of many of themjare marks resemb tlirougb, and at last gave it up as a
Part of the book is used as a diary, ling footprints of horses and other bad job.
and shows a record of ten years. animals. ac similes oi numan rooi- Honesty Before Etiquette.
! TI.a tnrv it tells is that the -writer prints are also to be seen. rhxUx
' ' 1 ! s u a.u ,r Lov.Ji.v. P, L - There are those that nurse their
gome VCillo og"! ""'"b n " r j.
his betrothed, onae, leit nis native
tastes up to 6'fineypbint that moral
The of course the iron trade is not worth may be at any time . eclipsed
without a lesson. The price was abnor- by n bad ly-fiting garment or shoe, pr
city in Denmark and became a wan-
Aarmr TIlO i T 1 1 V?A 1 i ft! anl)CarS tO
u.v.. - " -7". -It- i . .. . . t n-rr I . . . ...
have been aimless. On many pages ally low in the jDeginning o! 10 , a violation ot grammar, spelling or
1 -otl. cl.rvrl : Ktnnrns of IetrV. are anu " impu.io y. hw.. enqueue, JI1HS IS BUCtr IOIIV, as uuc
wUbk. - r r t . . imi . 1 ' 1 1 . . . . - ..
l.- wrltpr'.. njimP the date latively small, jiney rn aiong oc- mUst needs take leave of the world it
v . w. j : . i -.X I , - -
tween 1&,UUU,UUM and zu,uw,uuv 1 os. he Would,avoid these little unpleasant
itv1 Danish Per month, the price being about $17 n&jsesV If the perpetrator have but an
y." He did ler ton The price beginning to rise, upright soul aud an honest heart, we
and the place in which the verses are
inscribed. At least twen
tnvni ro nrrfpd ill this ivav
not seem to care to earn more than the imports begarj likewise to increase. would rather Uke him or her by the
nUpntto barelv sustain life. He the New York Times we find a ana, than thousands whose dress,
: would settle at the town, and having table wl,ich shows the matter at a conversation, and manners are oracu
ftccumulated sufficient pittance to car- S,ance- 1 ur " v larly styled lauiuess. wi coure, one
r him te.nntW.ki. would i iournev 1879, the imports amounted only to prefers greatheartedness and refine
"J ' I ir, nrn l ..i'M i - . . .
onward. At times he appears to have ivo,uw,uuv pouuus, win w iu uc ment combined ; but it to gam the
become a prey to melancholy, and si : months of that year they ran up hatter the forraer mult be dispensed
writes as follows : i to J,jyj' An gst le Pr,ce with, it is in our opinion, too great a
"There is not one friend left to me was 2l ln Uctobcr m 1Jecem- sacrifice: We have seen people whose
iu- this desert of a world ; neither sis- wr u e sec, mereiore, uiai uie tecth were-quitect on edge by the
ter nor brotlier, and she whom I lov- English workmen have prohted very chance mjSpr0uunciation of a word,
ed is gone to rest. She looks down 'geiy. irom our oom m iron, xwo ta wi,om an acfc of dowuright immor
upoume from amongthe tars and months ago the price was up to40, rality: would be far less distasteful. It
beckons melo her. I come,! I corne l DUt ,10W u 13 dropping, the great aa- is unnccesSary to pronounce a verdict
I saw her in a dream last night. I vance checking consumption, lhe on such surto-people. Let them
know I shall soon meet heragain." reduction is already 25 per cent., and keep summing life till it be thinned
Again he puts his feelings into lhe ouiiook is saiu 10 oe very g'oomy tQ thdr taste
tor the owners ot tne American tur
This statd of thimrs has been The State Board of Medical Ex-
caused bv pushing nn -the price so "miners win - meci m Wilmington on
ranidlv as to indlice the trreat influx the 01 ilay to enable candidates
of foreign pic iron, which overstocked wno PaBS ine,r examination, 10 eon
nect themselves with tlie otate Medi-
1 P.W JT. -
f A -j- -.t I S . fx
I ! A' Groat Tow lc
A Sure Appear.
i IROH BiTTERS,
I " A. tranflrte 5uetfth.rr.
! IR08 BiTTEBS,
! A Valunble Mvdic-'n.
Not Sold u k Cetrtir.
Par Dr!ict FcnulM.
t the 1' ik- ItitTMli di-i
f 4-ij.t'f in i imt am-
ti1t-i iftliirut fr-rn-.
Iffttli, JLoim of
tirt HQt!;, i.nrk of
h.uei t tti. It n
rifin the blood,
stn )i,i!FMi tb nios--ai,i;:ifiifiVOH
tew 11 f
i ii.v i ir?t. To tb
si-t"1. l:-f!l'-.. ami chU
srn r'v il:!y r rtipor
!!ii, I Is is vniuabl
i"rrer:y tun not be too
i Iire eharit
i :i u:-tl t'ttitive organ.
A I'-HKjHiouful bt-fure
i;iTis ftlll reninve all
Sold by; ail Druggists,
TE2 SHOWS CEI1CAL COL
B AUTJ MORE, Md
I S4f5Si3 is&Ji-3i &iS&&3t?i?
w'-' 4 -e- v '
I have just received ana have on exhi
bition in the Hoom Above the llardvar
Store of Messrs. Crawford & Taylor a ve
rv Haudsoine Assortment of B urial Cas
kets to which public attention is invited
I - THEY ARE OF j
VERY 1 NEAT STYLES,
Carefully Made and of various Grades. Will
be pold lov. Persona wishing anything of the
kiml should call and see them. I am prepaied
to Uudertakei and furnish everything requir
ed. B. Special attention to Preserving Bo
dies from Dicoloring."53a I hav !td ranch
personal experience in thin line and Awl sure
of giving satisfaction.
: C. W. C. WOOLWINB.
Not. 25, 1879. 6:6m
My staff witlfheavy heart I took,"
A wanderer on the earth
Ye-withering leaves from Nature' book,
Blown merry ly over ber lonely grave,
Soon dauce ye over mine,
Next follows quite a long poem, the market, and has occasioned the
which describes the death of (hU love crash. It is an ill wind, however,
and cxpresses'a wish soonUoijoin her that blows nobody any gcod, and
in another worlds His only regret what gives the iron men trouble makes
at leaving this life seems to be the tne consumers oi nans ana iron mau-
thought of the fate of the mementoes Noctures feel more comfortable.
left him bv his dear one which Jie de- Raleigh Observer j
scribes as a faded wreath, a lock of hair
and a crushed violet. It cuds with
the following couplet r j How the Polar Bear Kitted the Brotcnl
cal Society on the 11th, 12th and
13th. The Board will continue in
session during the 11th, 12th and
13th of May.
A Terrific Bear Fight.
Bat place them with me when I die,
And 1 will rest content.
at the Cikcinati Zoo.
But tWO names beside his pwn ap- Clnclnattl Commercial.
pear lathe little volume. One of these It was found necessary yesterday to
is the dedication of one of his out- repair the polar bear water tank at
bursts ofinelancjMjiy to "Miss Chris- the Zoo, and for the purpose the
tup," and an other to "Tine," which brown bears were driven into the
is an abbreviation for Vincentine. On right compartments so that their pit
the last pages of the diary, written in could be occupied by the white speci-
Mr. George G. Loddell, of Wil
mington, Delaware, passed through
here on Tuesday to examine the lauds
of Mr. P. J. Snipes, about ten .miles
north of this place, with a view of
purchasing and working the iron ore
that is supposed to be there. We
learn that it is more than probable
the sale will be made, and if so, Lod
dell will go to work with a large
force and make things lively, in that
neighborhood. CaUiam Record.
A reeetAblo preparation and tfc only rare
mneiiy in the world for Bright' Disease.
Ilateti. mnH AlX IUliey( Liver mtid
K39Testlmon!l of thehlghest order in proof
of Lbese statements.
WFor the core or Dlnbetes, call for Ww
cr't Safe Diabetes Cure. -
Xd-For the core tT Bris;litVi ird th other
dlsraapt, call fur Warner's Hmfe Kiduey
Tf& dies are sold
Mm mi mm i m.
S'M I & eTery where.
rwri uu us i r muiuu vv
msoenesier, x. x.
BSrSond for Pamphltl
400 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
o. c. s.
Oar Consrh Syrup. T!ks most ;i!ata
hle, soothing .and tilicacious lfiiicdy ever
plaeed lef)n the jnililic for that most
dreaded of diseases, eoiiirhs, ells, &.c,
manufactured at BACKER'S
;'16:tf l)ni; Store.
Tlie distinctive features of this spool cotton are
that It 1& made rrom the very nnest
SSA ISLAND COTTON.
It Is finished sort, as the cotton from which It le
made: it has n waxtmr or artificial tinlsU todecelvt
the eyes: It Is thR strnnsrest, smoothest and most
elastic sewing-tlire .id ln the market: tor machine
sewing It lias .10 equal; it is wound on
The Black Is the most perfect
ever roiucert In spooleotton. beln? dyed by a svstrrL
patented by ourselves, The colors are dyed by tUt
' 1TSW A1TILIN2 PSOCSSS
rendering them so perfect and brilliant that dress
makers everywhere usethmlnstead of sewlnpsllks.
We. Invite eft'nnirlson and respectfully ask ladles
to srive it a fair trial and convince taemselves of Its
superiority over all others.
Tb be had at wholesale retail from
J. D. OASKILL
5:6m Salisbury N. C.
Iwil ui . Lllilo
Fee Simple Deed Deed in Trust, Mortgage ueeaa, coniuiissioiwrs' Deeds v;L J
Deeds. Chattle Mortgager, Farm Contracts, Alarnage ana Continuation Certifie
, - Distillers' Entries, and rarious other forms for sale at the ;dUs
. " JVATCHMAX OFFICE. -
SALE NOTICES: I
call on us for printed
iv ;i J
oiieo Bcriijceu iruiu mis ut" v mci using iufht h '
a'vWl it and midn it liriiicr its Vftloc. ' We furnish Sale DOllCCS Dromntlv onr AWt-,
m7W f VU V WIIVS MUSWMW W wrm mm y -w - - X , J V ii J)
executors, commissioners, sheriffs, constabks,'lgents,A'c., areailvX j1 iJ
sale notices. It ia certainlv great injustice to owners to Am
at pubiicauction without nrst giving ampie notice or the sale fh 1
the law on the subject every body knows are insufficient. Prr,,Z r?
SCHOOL CIRCULARS i
LETTER HEADS, 1 1
UAKLlo, Jfosters, all kinds,
Who has once nsed tlm PEOPLES' MACHINE-will prefer it over all others, and
AGEXTS selling it find it just what the
PEOPLE want. It mat. cm th shuttle loci
stitch, runs easily, dws the widest ranged !
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
The Motherless. Sittincr in the
infc that appears-much tresher than mens of the Gcnu3 Ursus temorari- school room I overheard a conversa
any that precedes it, are four lines of Jy. One of the iron doors of the com- tion between a sister and a brother.
ryhme, rudely constructed. They con- partnient not being fully closed re- The little boy complained of insults
iue wnierj, luwnuoa oi , enaing suited in one of the small brown bears or wrongs received from another lit
ais iiie. auey are signeu "ti.vy- discovering what he considered intni- tie boy. His face was flushed witl
111 . ,, nil . I " : . .. I
renuani,iu naste. 1 lie stanza reads dew in hisfatnily'sdomain. -Evervtirae aner. The sister listened awhile and
ftSIOllQWS: - lone of the visitors nnsSPll this nnpnitiff fhon fnrniiiir wp bIio anewornl "f
- - y - w umm aV M O I S S " J J 0 V UII0II VI illj V
qrer the grave so lone he rammed one I paw throueh arid do not want to hear-another word.
ppray from the Sea is thrown : . t , i . ,., ... . .
Soon, tot, over me luiwwgive imu a swipe, rinnanyi wuuc aas no moiner. ne urotner s
will the waves dance jiernly. the male polar, after making several lips were silent, the rebuke came
Following are these words, which go-as-you-please laps around the pit, home to him, ami stealing away he
appear to be the last ever written by seemed to have definitely settled upon muttered, "I never thought of that.
the exile: a plan of action. iWhen making the He thought of his own mother, and
Hopeless misery qt the parting, next circuit thel warlike paw was the loneliness of Willie compared
When the morning's sun rises from stuck out as before. In a second . he with his own happy lot. Do wc think
the waves mine shall have set forever. grasped it and dragged its owner into of it when want comes to the orphan
My day to-night shall turni Brief the pit. Those who 6a w the fight say land rude words assail him ? Has the
wad my joy and weighty , was my that it was terrific while it lasted. The little wanderer no1 mother to listen tb
sorrow. phaJJ I never see her whom contestant were unevenly matched, but sorrows? Speak gently to him, thea.
1 love again ? O my love, farewell." nevertheless the little brown bear stood Christian at Work.
up to the work with admirable nluck
Ud and down th nit. thv WonJ Yol never find out how bad a man
in the deadly struggle, the little fel- I,as been uatil he nominated for o
low scorine the fifst point bv brin- nce and never kMOW how good
Id! fnr u.a f. .l- !. he has been, until vou read his orbit-
J. 1 l , . I u'uuu vru nn, liutui O liCJU, 1U1 Willful '
ft. was a op ock when our partv j,0 rana:nA lu.- ....i , 44t. uary.
rpar.npil "Kioin. I 1. it ti.. i I
n ttnrtwMin na . . K i I s I ' ,
til ZZJ " 7 P :r P'J They i0S Hke a flash This gentleman, a prominent and well
xruzen,ana;mosPot and quicker thaa thought the nnlar known lawver nf TnvWill. dl
ttlA finnur nf ri.tfrnN k-J .1! L i I I. O " " I 'I J J " I
v, if iulci iiuti ii innairoi i )- . . i . r
V i4i ' 1 r 7? nose " lts h,uU with his enemy in that place last Tuesday night. He
ye had come to ring a chime on the i i . A, ' r , , J fa t
strantn nd wnnAnt.r.A i f "vw. p iuc iwsurwas was a sun m uie iaie ex-onerin OOr
ZterJ"lTh could be heard to seph Bogle, Iredell, a brother of Uri
hr L J 7 P 4tetl Ckr Gently the hug relaxed Roxana Simonton, of StatesvilleL
M farm of Abraham Monlf Z 1 a S h f?rPped to the le- and spent a considerable part of his
i - I mnnt 'l ha tn ny. 4., i I 1 iL'. t r t t
Pottsgrove township, Montomerv Z Tn eanyuie.n tn.s p.ace. Mr. liogie
muntv ; TlL , I I ne seemed to be; fuhy enraged, and was a man of excellent natural pow-
three-quarters of an acre. Oiir nartv . i-j.-i "wwu C4a U1 "'""i geummy oi mau-
- j'i uwji, i iitioj uu "oiu iu uuivcisui es-
in aii- teem. Staiesville Landmark.
AROUND flic CORNER
TO TISE PUSLiC CS2Ti;i3:
CaMaet Mm aai Carpssters.
Their prices are an low-as it sis o-.-iMeto
make tliem, and llu ir work not inferior to any.
They till uril;i! in two departments.
Their redy mide ?tok in hand comprises
a general asnortjuent ofhouse furniture Bed
steads, Bureau?, Clothe iress-s, Lonnyes,
Racks. Wardro!,, Book-Cies, (J)l)iardj and
China Prestc,Cand!eSt.inlf,Tin iSafep, Ienk,
ratdef, W ashtandc, Ciuiirs, &0. TLey also
keep an assortment of
of w ilrmt, pine an 1 p-pUr, from ?1 upwards.
lso, W iihIow . i.sh I hev.jiU orders, w itriont
vexations delays. Will eontr u t for earpenter's
work and w.irr.iut satist u tion. Will i.ke j;oh1
nnler and eountrv proiinoe in exelinnze for
furniture. hop nearly opposite Watchman
Office. JUL! A S A FKA LEY.
This ends the record of a checker
ed lifeNew York Star.
. ; Music in Stones.
ppnsisto ladivs-and gentlemen 7" - "T
. I ! T- , , hoarse growls that cal ed forth an
versed-in music. Ji,.ich sp wt,l
.It.M. nr- -L-rlVr Bering chorus from all the animals
tkIlJ:.... .,.... .V. " v surrounding. Hqatlast held the car-
-f icauin cuiiciuaii look ine rock
IS i mnw trifll Ann
L - i -itcy. . ' . ' i ' " uuc i'av uuu .com
tp . ..ammer, ana it teeth. The keener, who h niwnJ
.f-i - -
rans out verv much like the old T- Li i '
, -;- me utwrs, maiiing a passage wav
forctwas vrackeJ. The t.rn of a wcnt j wU, a ;'; '.
puuiuer oi siuues were testeu belore
iiron rod. and kiinrpmloil An A:.i
each member of the party . had select- the polars back! to their quartera
pdone nthatouecorrespoudiUgt9wheu he immediately-let .down the
Death of ax Aged Citizen.-
Mr. Thomas Stevensou died Monday
of this week at his home nearKilpat-
nck's ford, on the South Yadkin, in
this county. Landmark.
Iredell Superior Court ! (the 8th day
of June) when the time and place for
the meeting of the " congressional dis
trict convention will be selected.--
Landmark. t . . , i ,
Will ears or prevent Disease.
Jfo Hobsk will die of Colic, Bots or Lmro Tk
Yr.it. if Fontz'B Powilers are csed ln time.
Fontz'B Powler will cure and prevent lloo Cbolzbx
Fontz Powders will prevent GaI'es ik Fowls.
Fontz'B Powders willlnerefute tlie qnnntitr of milk
snd cream twenty per cent, and moke the butter firm
and sweet. :
Koutxl Powders wm euro or prevent almost xtxbt
Disxasb to which liorsos and CatUe srs subject.
Fotrrz's Powdms wile sirs SA.TisFA.cTiojr.
DAVID E. TOVTZ. Proprietor.
Til EO. F. Klutt:?. Agent,
2:Gm vSalist.ory, N. C.
SOMETHING WONERFUL :
While Ejyplian Corn yields under good
conditions 'JOl) bushels of corn per acre lias
been known to vicld 5-10. Tliisis no exairera-
in. Make the finest bread, cakes, etc., ever
tasted. iN'utl.ijng euual.s it for luwls and 8tock.
A p.ickagt by' mail fur 2oc, tlirce packages
for 50c. One pound for SI.
Jeosinte. A native of Uentral America, pro-
diices a greit number of i!iots, growing three
to four yards higii, thickly covered with leaves
and yielding such in abundance of forage, that
one plant will feed a pair of cattle for twenty-
four hours, One package 40c or o packages
Lig-of-Wood MitxJc Melon. CJrOws 3 feet in
length ; ripens vi-r;. early, yield' a lare num
ber to the vine and is of splendid quality. 2oc
5 for $1.
Excelsior Watermelon. One of t lie earliest
grown, attains an immense s-ize, thin rind, sweet
and delicate to the taste : 1st premium of the
Mass. Ilort. So specimens weighing 65 lbs.
Package 25c, o for $1.
The Chiri'se Jiwn. Introduceed at our ('en-
tenninland m;ide a sensation, yield 40 bush
els per acre of very small, nutritious beans in
lender pods which hang in huge' clusters. 2oc
1 e pkj; 6 for $Ii
larks larbm romitn. Ivirly i and prolific,
bearing lOto 20 fruits in a cluster, with few
seeds, solid body, delicious flavor; robust
prowth ; fine for, preserving; beautiful for dec
orative uses. Pkg. 20c.
Cuzco Corn. The Giant Corn of South
America. The grains are one inch long by
inca wide.' They are unique curiosties. 15c. a
package, 4 for 50 cents.
fOne package of each of the seeds by
mail postage-paid, for only Ose Dollar."5
Aa a premium to purchasers of $1 worth of
seeds I will ?end a method by which it is
claimed that vegetables may be grown lo dou
ble and treble usual izes. ThU secret has
been sold at $5.
Send money by registere1 letter or money
order. Postage stamps taken as cash. for small
sums. Positively no humbug about these
seed. I have spent my Jiff here and refer to
any body in thiscity ato reliability. Any seeds
man or agricultural editor will endorse theee
JOHN GASDIIIEE, 1C7 Whitehall St,
, ! I ' Atlanta, Ga. 1
CRAY'S SPECIF'0 ?!ED1C!NE.
TRADE MARKTheunat KngllshTRADE MARK
REMEDY ; An un
failing cure for
-i ; E Tmrmfptipv mid nil
diseases that follow
as a wquence of
Self-Abuse; as Loss
of Memory. Univer
sal Lassltwle. Pain
CEfQRE 7AUa.ln the Hack. Dlm-AFTI TAIIRI.
noss of Vision, i remaf ure Did Age, aim many other
THsoases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and
a Premature Grave.
t3T"Full particulars In our pamphlet, which we
desire to send free by mall to every one. W The
specific Meliclne Is sold by all dnyretst at f l per
packojre, or six packages for $5, or will bo sent free
Dy man on receipt ot tne mone ny nnaressmg
GRAY MEDICINE CO..
Mechanics' Block, Detkoit, Mich.
tSold ln Salisbury and everywhere by all
EEST 111 u
r1 . v rFr. -V:.?.v
IA11 kinds of Blank for Sale at the
. Impnre R ' r r fuln ! f
llgbOr lrty wito r(fr. I" tr
appear . v:3aiJ, eT.-niine r-
elf, bnt a Cf Ji'iliMr; Wl '
rHvntn v-i ASiTi -
See thot y Tklne Sd- '
-wViite ai.d rt 11'.. a sliooir. I f ;
- A simpl Vnt ' Tfr tst f iht enrn'-a-atir-slue
ot aiPpTv'.t 1 mi r rt Pods i 1 dfJO''
fisnt prxxiofii of . Ukindwi ' sbu ii i
of vatrhoti i -vm I in rtwrir as . r
until all is tun't f t ..-o.ve I . Tt
rioon inoll2 lu ll r tti f"irvr i4v.
be shown ci r utt'ir.. mt- tireDfv inw
sooner, by th m!kv i -furanof t';--
tl quTi'"7 tf tiaaUtii llucky xuu.'.. u.
Bbsnre a 'l srU f" Church t Co.' S" " r "
pe tlit Iheir i nm- is .u tba piw-ssar . '
Will evt ih )'i:'cs i I whitest mi.fe. I'J ''
rt this with pour mi . in preierrncu to; Br;;
Puwder, ssverf ' wciit y timad its cost.
See one pn- n 1 p-cViiga r vslosbls ik?s
tion and rea l f .rf ..ly.
show t:;;i to your grocer.
v:ik, anil winds the "bobliin without !
the works of the nijuhine. AViite for tlescnut ;!
ive lircnlars and full particulars. P !
1301 & 1303 Buttonwood St.
1 PMlafielpMi Seras Hacie Ci
ISAAC A.SHEPPARD & CO.,SaItimore,ia
Manufacturert of THE CELEBBATED . -.
Unsurpassed for Durability, Economy, and Convenience
CMiMiiif sll lBiprTmente of Value,
Ami Perfect ! OnrratlaB.
-J ALSO A VABIED ASSOBTMEXT Of STJPEEI0R
FOB BALK ST
C. F. BAKER &-m, Salisbury, N.C,
WIIEiV VOU WANT
II R'D W A II E
At Low Figures
MOW TO SfliMl
I WARBf !
And you will not only save money,' butgri
tlie Best Goods made, ion will hud jb hn
Well "SelecTed Stock of - Hardware, Mowen,
Threshtrf, aiul Sewing tuachinep, x 1
Call on the undersigned .tHo. 2, granite gtraW-CuttCIS & Coril-Sliellfe
Salibur N. C.
D A. AT WELL.
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BARKER'S LIVER PILLS.
Though h new iin-aration, has given
universal satisfaction, nnd i warranted
to work anywhere Manufactured at
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of the North Carolina Railroad, from Con
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of the g;tnie, will d. well to call on
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Patent Plv-Fans and Trans.
Farming or Mineral Lands BUGGIES, CPE1T AND WITH TOPS.!
ajong tne nne nllfrr.iisirn-M. Hn,,, Leather find
Mountings, Wagon ami liuggy Majeftal,! j
and many other arficlesjoo -twlioas to,-;
men tion. ' ; ;
At Heilig'ff old stand, main street4
SALISBURY, N. C. j
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Mechanics Liens, or sale at this Office
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HAS JUST KECEIVEI) A CAK-LOAD
"Tie Siipr apin TrinmsiaBt!"
FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED
AT THE I
Note the following improvements: An
Eleirant guildcd stand, Improved Bobbin
Winder, winds thread without running
themachine. Improved patent Journal, which
THE LIGHTEST , .RULING MACHINE
BEFORi: THE PUBLIC?.
Sold cheap for cash, or small monthly
instalments, at the office of the Singer
Manufacturing Company, next door to
Barker's Drug Store. ! ;
U:ly, J. O. REAM. Aot.
A NO '
HOP connected with Brown Verble's Livery
j Stables. tW4 designs of Shoes- to Ktilt &nv
shape of foot. All shoeing on strictly scientific prln
wiyiro auu warranted. All tinas DiacKsmitning
promptly done. is:iy
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' German Millet Grass
Seed, cheap at " ;EXNIS&
CeleTjrated Heme Fertilizer!!
The Tjhemicals for roakinp 1 Ton wilM
sold for $14, or 2C0 lbs. cf Cottoning
veniber. . , I
No Cotton Seed or Stable Manure requ f
Thi" Fertilizer in f.ill.v equal to the 1 j
priced, so-called Ouanox, and at less than h. ;
the price. I refer to the1blloing well kno j
gentlemen, who uied it fast season on co"fDi, )
John V. Barrinper,; Js. B. Ginwn;;V
WatiKjn, Thos. C. ntson, K. T- Cowttr.-
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is the only SeedG rower
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every pit per of Pel v'a, Landreth's,SiWry
&eM &e.f and see'if you tind any va
uiKn theniJ, Beware of worthless, 0
warrauted comniihsion &Y7, 1 aud come w
KLUTTZ'S for Buisfs which are arrl
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