PIERCE II. SHLT03.Vi
violent erJiild returned liiTadleu hoi so" showjv and tthereas she once
as calmty4 jtm given " would flirt i littlemind only a jit-,
And they parted, both in iseenaing tie mind only "a littlej for. she is 4 a
carelessness, but one at least in agony, great favorite of mine--she goes .now
-Henry Ash ton had knoWn Ills love- by "thename of7the cold beauty., A
'Mary !' said tle low voice of Hen-hy cousin "scarcely ( two . 'years, but married man, like myself, can speak
ry Ashton. The maiden Jooked up.. during that time she' ha I been to him! thus warmly, you know, without fear
' 'Mary ! I have much to tell you a divinity. Never in his wildest of having his heart called in as the
j will you listen to me awhile,- only for d reams, had he imagined a counten- bribe of his head " And do you know
a moment V and he spoke fast and ance more surpassingly beautiful than I that my wife suspects you of. having
. . moment Juu "J ; "fc,, giv
suDDose T must, but what' a beauti- wnich had become a part of his na-lgnard "for it began immediately af-
ful butterfly -is that. Oh! .the dear, ture.' But much as be!, adored, his ter a long illness, that happened a few
aweet, tiny -thing; do, pray, try aud he was not ! wholly blind to weeks after you sailedi" V-
catch it for me.' ! her faults. He saw that she loved ad- . Ashton was completely bewildered.
' Ashton was stung to the heart. e miration, and r he feared she was too He now for the first
had been on the ioiut brdeclaringj much of a flirt. ; Yet! his love bad gone Mary's sickness. His
I hers, and to her "accordingly, he had worked the reformation?" Ashton
r well, 1 giveu his heart, with a devotion started, and was almost thrown off his
time heard of
Un nw vit- - - M J - . uaU UUIlUg l - ' - ..- UIUI3CII; UC .1119 ClliUOiliU'
(ection, but that the wordstfrerabling father's house, seized an opportunity ment however, by rising.. His corn
on his lips were au avowal ofbis to deciare; his passion, but how i the panioti continued,
iter iigni-nearieuiieNi half breatned avowal was cnecuea, we
love; Her Iigiit-hearteUness at once ujf breathed avowal was checked, we And now: Harry: let us stroll
changed theAvhole current of feelings. wiH not recapitulate: Ned wejwpn- down Broawayibr to tell you the
Often had heard others jsayrthat der at his sudded resolution to fly truth, I promised my j wife to bring
his "beautiful cousin was a KKjuette, from her preseucej and, by placing you home with me. Besides, Mary is
and more than once had she f trifled the ocean between them, to eradicate there,-and I've no doubt," he contiu-
with his own feelings. He h hoped a passion for one viiom he now felt to ed, jocularly, you are 'dying to meet
that her conduct was tne result oniy unworthy Of him? rew men conJd her.'; ; '
of a momentary whim, but: this last bojnbre " enerjretic j tlian Ashton. "In Ashton could not answer : but he
act . displayed a confirmed heartless- Je than a week;
ness of which an hour before he would Europe. "
not iiave deemed her: capable.1; iie Qhl how Mary
Her "very sensitiveness produced "the
effect 'she wished to'ayoid; Vfhe'gen-
tlemen naturally sought mrtnent
nearest. them, and for a moment bhe
was Jeft ;alone. V? She ; thbujrht ;. she
would have fainted when bhe saw
her cousin cross the room and offer
i 1 , - - . "i - ' i - -to
be her escort. : , . . -
I They proceeded to the exhibition.
For the first time for years, s Ash ton's
arm upheld that of Mary.lAt first both
were' embarrassed ; but each made an
effort, and they soon glided into con
versation on different subjects. What
a relief it i was to Mary that night, to
think that she had been alone, as it
were, with her cousin without being
treated with neglect;
j From that day the visits of Ashton
t . ... - . w -
to Mrs. Seacourt's increased in fre
queucy, yet there was nothing mark
ed- in his attentions to Mary. In
deed, he ' still continued to converse
Chiefly with his friend's wife, though
he did , not openly avoid; J her guest.
Mary grew more and more trembling
ly alive to his presence, and at times,
when she would detect his eye bent
on her, half sadly, half abstractedly,
her heart would flutter wildly, and a
delicious hope would momentarily
shoot across her mind ; but soon to
fade as quickly.
Oue morning, Ashton entered the
Urawing-room, and found! her alone.
Bhe was untangling a skein of silk.
o. v. y. ;
Oar Vegetable Term I fare. The crpat-
ext kuowu remetlr For xielline worna. Kaftfi
aoreftt and iuot rtfliatife. Manufactured kl
18af ; .:'J - M, BABKPfc'S Drug Sl$ry .
inPROYED PATENT LIYEft PAD !
' ' ' mr Kxtkm Gin Haij. , . ,
Cas u Vass axi EitiMtu Diiiuik Last '
. . Twic as Lose. T - , .
. f liter Conflus
EIck ft Ketrosi
iii . - J , r ! i;
" tlM. ;Ua
of the Stomach, eoyerinit tho Great Htm Centres, .
tU .15? Stncl- A eotl Veiretsbte
Tcmci abK)rbedintrthfcirctilatknofthe Blood and
Liver. purttvlnK th Bkwt lUmnlatinpr the Lirermd
Kidneyt to bealthy ctiin. and stmivtbenioK tb
btomach to dipt food. Pic o Pado 1 aso t i
ucm. So lp r all Oxcocim. or wnt bjr Mail
Of LApiCM. - r i . . . . - .
SlAnafacturrd at & 41 NoTB LlBKXX t Sx
Ku ac x', i?. XtUTTZ'S Drug Store.
30:Gm. - ' - - i
I have ins? Trceivect and Jmve on eshi
bit ion iu the lioom. Ahore tie llardxar
Store of Messrs. Cfawfokd &: Taylor a Te
ry Handsome Asaortmeut of - Burial ' Cas
ket to ubicli pablic attention is invited
.5 i; -! THEt ARE OF i ;
VERY NEAT STYLES
BEST IU -THE-KOPilD f P
narcfull Made and of varioos Gradea. - Will
ba Mild low. i-erio i,
kind fehoutd call nnd seelheta. M am prepaiea ;
m TTtuUnxko and furnioli everything rnmr-
ed. SSJSpecial attention to Preserving
diea from Dicoloring.-l 1 nave nau iuhch
personal experience irv tin line and feel turr
of giving RalifactiotJ;s x I oitMl :;
.u :h m.m o. W. 0. WCOLWITB.
Nov. 25, 1879.! ' ;6:6m
4-.; H2lilr irtf white color. Vt
pprar wuuf,' examined Ttt
I3IMEI1 UUAXD 1U ahSS
f the unerenee. .
rwi t a nd PfBE,a .ncTd Jm Tai lf
K17IELAU &l:si:A.C Sa7d fe !
-jinonlKl r t r U kind vith abowaSS - '
f1;' itTm,ncU in dear ftlaMos,
he had sailed for followed his friend into the street.
conscious that Mary and he must
went" athis depar- j meet. --and feelincr that the sooner it
sighed, and was silent. : Uure I A thousand times she was on I Waa done the better. His companion
I v 'Oh! dear, iow ungallantyou are,Jthe of writing to recall him, but during their walk, ran on in his usu-
j oontinuea ms cousin, lb her pride as pflteni prevented the act. al gay style, but Harry scarcely heard She arose, and said, with some em
icreature win reai.y escape .uu a u She hoped he might yet return. a word that was said. His thonghts baarasment,
sp-love butterflies Surelyshe said--he who had once were lull of his cousin. Had she in- 1 "Mrs. Seacourt is upstairs; I will
'It is gone ! loved her so deeply; and who " must deed become . cold to all other men ring for her." I
i So h is- 1 sbal) "ever forgive you. have known that his affection was re- frora Jove to himself? Strange and "Not for the world, if she is any
Don t ask me to, said Mary aflect- turned, would not leave her forever, yet delicious thoughts whirled thro' way engaged. I cau await her pleas-
tcdJf' " . " , Hour after hour she would sit watch- his mind, and he woke only from his ure." I
i 'Then we part without it, said; ing the gate for his return, aud hour abstraction on finding himself in Sea- here was a silence of some miu-
j Henry care essly. I leave hereHc- aaer liour she experienced all the courts drawing-room, and in the pres- utes. Mary could scarcely breathe :
MinvMiv anil elm 1 1 visit K.nmho hulnrp .. i f ; lirt: . i
- "V-T" T - wuerness oi (iisappoinment. vneu, ence of his cousin. ' she knew not what to say Her fin-
Sea- igers refused to perform their duty,
Ashton'slind her skein of silk became more
S companion, struggling U appear com- esa to the fl(,on fijver that ensued he made h , nce De I -Shall I helpyou ?" said Ashton,
"'"fi orougiH ncr to tncrvery unuic ot the votedly asshe loved her cousin, she approaching ter. "My patience used
j 1 1 return. , it may De years-it may oe at length; she read in the newspaper - Mary was on a visit to Mrs.
I UiCVC4 A e"rt" w v".."- ,. tnat "1 naa really sailed, ' she gave court aud did not k now of
t! I 'Why liarry-you jest, saia ins one j loud shr;ek and fe 8ese- Rminr nntll Cw ml,,
pale her cheeK had grown.
heard of this before. You are not in
MERONEY & BKO.
Hive their well known establishment in full
and regular work again, and rvspeci full y no
licit ordv-r. They have in their employ Mr.
J. A. GILL, one of the !et Machiuiitli in
the couiurv. with a full force of tried work
men. : Are prepared to do all kind of repair
on EngineH and other Machinery, at ahort
notice. Their fouiidery i in lull : operation
for casting in Iron or IJrass. Their Machine
Shop is turning out Snsh; Blind, Doorn, Moul
ding, &c, and everything called for in that
line. Person waniinjr anything in ihee nev
eral branchea, would do well to call and pee
them. They are nlill manufacturing the cele
brated Mroney Plow.
ratiliJl M LujwurWy wkHtoJ., XbVii
t t.ou iiwolnWe wtfe irrth infeffcrKodIS '
erxrees, by the nnlky i p WSnc o7tbidhut.
l t niiy f fluali&g flocki inattHr
Ur, , .. - 7,7' 77 :; ;i ;
rr iu V4muti nitwt ott ih parkam and I - Is
- (i,V(wh..iii milk. 1 1 prHertiiee t XUkbl.
tia ia4 ffUj -., ff , -jTr; j,
would have given worlds to escape to be a proverb with you."
Ashton went forth unon the world Itti'
earnest, ana sne iaia ner sou wuue ftn niprpii nimcwr. n mUintlimnir. 1 1 .i i i. t n
, , . , j , , i auerea, almost a misanturopic gible, without exposing the long treas- swer, for her huirer.s were actually
hanrl r.h:it hand, wlinae touch made I -rv: i - . ..i - " ;. I - . r . I ' i J
. - t - man. xais iiodcs were wunerea . n s npwi enn nr ..
every nerve of Ashton thrill on her first dream of love had vanished ; he herself
lover's arm, looking up into his face feIt if there was notling for uim and gn
with her darkT ad uow melting eye. to Hve for iu this world. His mind cientlv
But the chord had been stretched un- becarae almost dikeasetl. He loathed her cou
Ul it naasuappeu anu iter inn ueuce soc'ietyt tUen he veered to the other tation. He excha
was gone. . He half averted his head, extremej anU craved after excitement, complimeuts of thi
us he answered coldly, j He'sought relief in travel.: He cross- and then took a
! do not jest,especially: with a the stepp-s of Tartary-he Hra- rt wl,n h-,.1 l
She nerved trembling with agitation. Bl.e Celt she
accordingly, for the meeting, could have sunk into the floor. She
iner tor uiml,twl ;
with her dark and now melting eye. to live for io thii world HI rninrl 4t 11 . . '' 1 1 1
o wu ' 1 j 1 11 . .ti w- wr iu tins worui. nis mind ciently composed demeanor to greet Ashton .took hold of one etui while
But the chord had been stretched un- Kec-me almost disenswl Hp InitliMl u i .1 . . 1 . . . ,
...... , 1 ,. -la ; l Decarae a,mosl a feaseti. we loatiietl her cousin without betraying her atii- she retained the other. iNeither snoke
ulnM8 M!et,;,lenSe Peered to the other utiua. IIe t," ,," but Mary's l,.,so, l,,:,vc,l tu.uui.u-
e occasion with her jously, while Ashton lelt His heart in
seat bv Mrs. Sea-1 his throat. At lust in inutuullv uu-
Stepp?S Of Tartary he jtra- Ujurtwho had hnn nnP nf 1,U nl.l U:ino-linr th skein, their hniuls mot.
versed .the deserts of 'Arabia- he I a.: i r rt 1 i-u.. 4i.:ti-.i .1 1:1 1: ..
Th tonp. th Pmnhais "the man. .fl I i . , . .,u8.- ary ,e.t u.e ueg.ect ; sne ue luucu ir.,.u tueui . he ugnieu-
U nl ina ,L (1 nf lu - S ' -: aD -' saw he did not love her. That night ing. Ashton almost unconscious v
iSSSl! TT f 4and A"" ee wept bitter teat, of anguish. " refained the hand of his cousin it, hU
.felt that his censure was just, and she he wandered, a stranirer to civiliza. A r . , ...... l,, ., , , ..r , 1
miri.J ! Hf Ltulil fmm hii . ,. . 7. " ahu yei i cannot uiame nun. kji own. out ireuimeu vioieiuiv.
P" A :fler land-feU4rora lns tion.seekinsr onlv one th n?o for L iri: .... .. U . , . ; , . !
4irim and emulatino-his own coldness, u' M r A . . " ? I,u 4 Bue oiiueut is an my ry : uesu.u.
4 RpttJ - i r ' "c ucver ujuu-eu aer America. fcult. He once ,OVC(, me an(U ghe ,ooketl ha,f doubtingly half
i S Vw.Il nQnn uJ H.18. m5ly' Wee aU dea-d' aPd Jie heartlessly flung that affection from timidly tip.
BS hi rr-1? f :k,of Ma;ke -I would giv worlds Hoi to win! -MaVwc love each other-do we
-Tp htSUrTi tneS d7 1-rs; I must no
faJ T1: erewas no answer, j but as he
inV stw withdrew VI i 1 ,i " i , uwiy, lornecanoot neip coming here, preweu we ougen iyinj (ussiveijr in
AdU; V'Og in whom I "edfor dealh He foand.t aijd to 8hor,e a,y vUH would lead U, bU Brp, the pressure wa gently re-
iad garnered up U my heart's best id Matv toi oh 8U8P'f '0DS-, I "ust therefore school turned, and, bumting into tear,, his
.ffecfions exibimed Ashtonrwhen IrT. to disguise the secret of my cousin fell upon his bosom.
Ee found himself alone. This the ZrUTZZ hT . , A.hUm .nd Mry k,..l. wed-
divinity l!havP:adored with a fervor ne1 And Ashton did come daily, and ded for years, but their honey-moon
Tno oVtat bosom ever Vet felt: and ?! " -.1 . """I though his conversation wa, chiefly M continues, for they have not yet
. i ' . ""wuicufc wijeu kiie iounu nerseii ,Wrti-h c u r.i. n.wi
- i -.v. . iu uavuun, iie ueibiier i ti isu.
nor avoid his cousin """""""""""""
he found himself deep
in a conversation with her, and he
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nin nitfactu red at BARKER'S
she could talk, heartless! v talk if theLi ij ti ti .
I- - "T vwriwi. iiiesnocK almost aestroy-ueemeti to
merest trifle, wheu she saw that mV La i...- -i ' i; u i - : ., Heemeu tQ seek
i . . , , V i A - i p - M,UM.SM 6He Tecovprea ai- ow auj ten
whole, heart was bound up iu her. 1., -...1 i. :. ...J u U,B"
i -vi - ; "- - r, I r T.crti oiuKiieas, i fc. was I
II. 1.1 . T .
yjii i woum we naa never met. uut to discarJ all her old habits, and to i , 7 7 V lu
mv delusion isover f will flv Marvt ' i ' thought of old limes. But th
earn: that mvL A, Ll' "7 " Y ot tlieir last interview cam
Mary i little did I
lovewould meet soch a return.' . ... 'r..' ':.: ... ,1- o, ,f. r ll,m t such moment l.ke a bhght.
Mary hurried to her chamber, ind Vui' Tl wonderfully Ashton has im-
locking the door, she flune'herself ..:Ll . Prof since his tvels,' said Mrs.
Sim the bed: and burst intoa flood i 1".'" " Seaoourt one morning.as sheand Ma- Sc..,w! Series
( - v . .t ,-- . , m tuvuj:ii bile eye UI ' IlCr UOSenL aim m r m
tear... HoV bitterly she jreproaeb- ,Qver wa3 nMJn WdlirW 7 "!"J do X-
- edherae f that her momentary.coqoet- i ,L, L.. ,W.. S. "! know,' continued she, look.ng arehly
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t he hi achine. Iii proved patent Journjlrjhic
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-Ouly $1.50 a .year in advance, j Manufacturing L Com pjnyr next .door to
i Barker's Drug wore. . Vl' 4 -;" '
THEO. F. KLUTTZ.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A CAR-LOAD
Celebrate Home Fertilizer!!
A New'nnd Select Stwk of Books, Station
ery, etc., including the following popular
companion, "that I deem my
rv had lost her the love of the oiilv h:i.i.ra:I VJ i - : ":v "
: : feine for bm Scared.! She did .Tl. S"'WiHfi toyou for his charmin
di?Sui$e from herself her affection: iMrrtara v.! i. ' V!4US
. T.nji t r .....?ts',.fv.5 1 pernaps, - too, ne might be no more : -t .... r u t n i
- she could Uscarcelr tell wKv she had iwT C.i.--H f. . W IUore Mary felt the blood mounting to
thip, a!! she did to his standard of exM- t0 PickoUt!
moment : but she felt? thatshe had io W .J.r v . i a stitch. -
; ' 1 .. . - - wvc i n was ner ueep aoiuiu love ur i 1 i .
you know it is not so."
Jpst irretrievably the esteem and af- Which did it .
f jectbn had passed hen Ash
TiaVOuiycu orms iq nave recalled ton found himself
Eineinon Arithmetics and Algebras,
Bui Hun's do-
Hymn Books Methodist, Presbyterian,
" We f shall see. I prophesy that Carman Rebrra, 0j3pel Hymns, &c.
the last hopr. Even now she mitrhtL Uf; v ";r thlsafte lien K" to the ex
lowing heSeif htSSCT S?' f
g luVperhaoaiu ih Thombury to Seacourt's neph-
She rose do 6Qrt when her band Utle pass in silent At length tis ' w i; . . ' u tl
wason' thelock she thoudit that he nmr,an;rt lengtn nis Mary'a heart beat so she could
Pg ?puru lier. 31)Q hesitated. In You' xr"::;i fi: P buishemanged tore-
auother momeut her 'pride had re-rw., f . i v P'
. Vat :- ' T 7v"r-t ;uayc you, tiarry71
Ahtqn answered calmly, with
ill a ... i . .
aeeu you Know, Ashton cares nothing
for me," and she felt how great relief
would have been a flood of tears.
could she have ludulged in them.
gained "thp materyr
' 'No Trflnnnt. Tdamnnt TT. ...til I ' i . ! .-.
: T-rl " 7 V .7. 7 M roroca,.?",-in.; the nagative.
Don't, ray dear Mrs. Seacourt, don't
h I f BflSA nna Ihia nniir - V. :. I.
I- L: i-rf?" ffwu f W1 1 aepise Yoa mnst not mAtu;,. .i.IVr
1 Li . those idle words and flinirinir ffrWn-fi1. mi. k,l!r;I .
i 1f i i .'' w ib tvic wcuuvimi man when I
-l"7 fieF?" Whe-bedyshe swept vdu went nW If
, , ?, ,'JIary appeared tl)at eyening at the Uave nord froi'S; 8a,J,,0f'orft ' - - - i
Bvrted loot, ofshtoo, she raw on, feeling that huj ii.fS company werpeiuhled tnlhedraw-
BOOKS OF WORSHIP.
An elegant axtortment of all grades of
WRITING PAPERS, ENVELOPES,
Steel Pens, Inks, Fencil, Mates,
Visiting Cards, Playing Cards, Cray
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the Celebrated Fifteen and Sixteen
; PUZZLE. All cheaper than ever be
fore offered to the trade.
22:tf. At ENXISS Drnj? Store.
Oar Qnlck Care. As thousands can
testify. Nothing has been eqnal to it for
the care of colic, crumps and diat bcGa &c.
iu their worst forms. Manufactured at.
18:tf BARKER'S lrag Store.
irm i !br pride.; m even- some reply, : I'TTV
Jng passI oilyr he llrni :
dm rr'-l "v . .Is . - - s , . v ue"TT,l ladies were risinw ti a . Ui.im.r At ...r..niroH t
OTJCES' ; !
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AROUND tie CORNER
TO THE PUBLIC GREETINS:
FULI AN & FR.ALE Y,
GalJliisE Makers ani Carpenters.
Their pricen are as low as it is possible to
make llietu, ami their work not inferior lu anjr.
They till orJeis in two departments.
- Their ready mvle stiH-k in hand comprises
a eaer.il assortment of hou.Mj furniture Bed
steads, l)ure:i us, Clothes I'rees, Lounyes,
Racks. Wardrohes, Hook -Cases, Cupsioardsand
China Presses, Candle Stands, Tin Safes, Desks,
Tahlt-s, WaslMtanris, Cliair, &c. They" also
keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine and poplar, from Si upwards.
Also, Win low Sih. Tiiey ti.l orders without
vexations .le.ays. Will contract for carpenter's
work and warrant satisfaction. Will take mmI
Inniher and country pr.Ince in exchange for
furniture. Shop nearly opposite Watchman
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REMEDY ; Aa un-
falling cure tor
!v Spmiiiiil Ujk-nSi
, -f v, lmootencv. anu au
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as a sequence of
Self-Abuse: as Loss
ot Memory. Univer
sal Iissttude, fain
CIF8RE TAll3a.m the Back. Dim-AFTER TAIIM.
ness of Vimo.i premature Old Age, ami mny otiier
Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, aud
a Premature Grave.
pgfFull particulars In our pamphlet, W.nVh we
desire to send free by m Ul to every one. S3The
specific Meiliclue Is sold by ail druggist at $1 per
paekogfi, or six packages for is; or will be sent free
by mall on receipt of the moner by addressing
GRAY MEDICINE CO..
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fWHoXA In Salisbury and eveiywhere by all
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The Chemicals fur making 1 'i'uti will be
sold lor $11, or 200 lbs. of CottOIliiJ Xo
vembcr. . .
JCo Cotton Seed or Stable M nt.n- retiuin d.
This I'ertilizti is. fnhy eq .al to the biirh-
priced, t-o-called (itinns, nd al less thaiK.half ;
the rice, t rtrkr io the foil n g well known :
genlleinen, who in d it la?t -eaon .n coUiii : j
John V. li;irrin.er, Jas JJ. tiibson, W. F. '
Watson, Tints. (J. V atson, U. T. Cowan, W. II. j
.Meares, A. lait, J. O cauble. J. I' . h. Urown, .. , , .
E C. Lentz, S. J M. Brown, and o.anv others! 9 on lhe nde.rsigned tN0.
WSlUiV YOU WAilTri
m i r
At Xiow Figures
Call early for your supilis and save money.
T. F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
-1 FULL SUVL'LY OF
Bui st's Celebrated Gar denSeeds
is the only Seed-Grower
who WARRANTS Iris Seeds. Look at
every pajierof Fery's, La ndreih's, Sibley ',
&c., &e.t aud see if you tiiul any war rant
upon tliein. lie waive of worthless, un
wuviHiited conitnission Seed, and eoine to
KLUTTZ'S for Buist's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine. -THEO-
F. ELUTTZ, Druggist.
OUeap Chattel Mortgages,
arions otlu r blank for sale here
Salishnry X: C. . Junf 8t 1
, TO LiilD 1 MIHISAt Of 11IE8!
r Farming: or Mineral Lands.
j along tie line
of tlif Xorrh'Cnniliiia Kailroad , from Cott-
cord to Greensboro, and wihh to. iUsjwm
of the t-atue.'uill do well totl.ou- i I
Hew York L&na,& Eaigratitjii Co,
Mortgage Deeds for saieTiere j
Also various other, b!a.iis,..
G erxan Millet1 Grass! j-
d .heap air ?XXI S';.
1 4" . '
' W . 7 J ; Tf I UWt3U tA3 OUU1C Ul L11H H mntlflfl . I 1
i, her to bid her farwIL -She tlionil,, U r"
i vber. heart) wot torsi in herbdiee. But ,he U difieVent hom tl . ' "'"e
Atuens, Ga., Febrnary 22, 1878.
Sir : My child, five jesrs old, had symptoms
of worms. I tried calomel and other Worm
Medirines, but failed to expel any. Seeing Mr
Dain's certificate, 1 got a vial of your Worm
Oil, and the first dose brought forty worms,
and the second dooe,o many were passed I did
not count them. 8. If. ApAMS.1,
Prepared by Dr- E- S- LYNDOBTi' ' !
For Sale by Du. T. F, KLUTTZ. 7 '
-.t SalUbnrr N. C,
, And Drugsista geweriU.; . .StiUy,
DEEDS & MOI1TGAGES.
Fee Simple Deeds.1 Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Commissioners' Dectls;1 Sherifi
ueeus, lyiiattie Mortgages, Farm Contracts, Marriage . and Confirmation Ceriificstei,
Distillers Lntnes, and various other forms for sale-at the ; l -f
i WATCHMAN OFFICE.
Administrators, executors, commissioners, sheriffs, eoristablcs, agents; &e., arc adfiMdW
call on us for printed sale notices. It is certainly1 great injustice to ownciJs! to put ?f
their property at public auction withont first givinir ampie hotice of the sale.1 Tbt j
quirements of the law on the subject.. every body knows areinsoffici en t. j PrmxrtyjL
often jsacrificed from this cause when a dollar or two rpent in advertising inifttt
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices promptly and ilieap.
itqtzoss ron pcctxitg land ?is.A-D? ??.i::730. i f !
SCHOOL j CIRCULARS,
J31J jL-HEADS, f
To make Title to Land, and Laborer and
Who has onco nReil the PEOPLES' MACHINE will prefer it orei all others,
AGENTS 8ellinlg it find it just what t
PEOPLE want! It makes th shuttle
stitch, runs eastly, does thej widest t
wcifc, aud winds! the b)bbins jwithbut ronDicf
the works of the'maclnne. Write for' Rescript'
ivietirtrnlars and 'fall particulars.
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