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A. Fine Building".'
The Glorious Fourth.
To Young: Men.
Dasville, JVa, Tone 28. :Rev. I
i James Jamieaon did in Mecklenburg .
TTau, licb? Corners WiU CeUbrxde.ntvein iVMv. nd buried Here I Henry Clao once said : I owje my sue-
' - : ,.- .. , . . tl WWW . W - J . . : 7 , . '
i ' .. - - -... . . iug, fl i.tH ro rarr.. tinimir At tup
lto.av Hfi was for fi ft v years a Meth- , ' , ... - f . .
DJu?.nA iJ.sf-rdav morn- ' - . v .l A,V..L l.i fio1 twenty-seven i - commepeeu ana
' - "v v . , . odist minister in orwr Carolina continued for Tears the practice of read-
' lwgtoffice, a ng a blunt-spoken, hearty-looking Virginia and for many years a col- ing and peaking upon the
, Revenue j) firsitizen of Bebs Urner made lege president in Danville. ; some histbricat or scientific b
' , m-i his appearance on griswold street to ' ' " " ' . offhaud efebrts were made s
4arinz the late visit - to Raleigh
wc took occasion to visit te new
irnv arnment buildinjr erected there,
r- . "
and which embraces
Varl ftirf mom
r.,.vy... :r--, his appearance
partment, P.str.cttorney f.?,. some lawyer who would de-
Marshal omce, omce oi veginr
Bankruptcy, and various
mm. for the me of diflerentoffici.l.. """-'" !7 J VTJ. ;i. "S Kep ! . T .". P F "
- i- . . no iooiin?. ne nau www ui wu a .. no tpnt in isirce Kiauies. i .. t ..i..t. .... .. i. -.-j
ib in rharire Ot UOl. I " : - j . . "B; ' wr- ... 0 mm j ttlu , nmcuieu iui we )iunnrjr huu
" o , II... U. fVkllrkMr-siiaiia f r mnlTA fill nr. I l :ll r.. A 1.1; i ! i. . i r
i ujr ins jeuw-viM-. I DecausO iney win iuvc . me, uu leauiug impulse inai siiuiuiiiieu me ior
ward, andj8lianed and maided iny entire
subsequent destiny. Improve, then ,
young gentlemen, the superior advau-
ttr ,nart. 11 ver the fourth of July oration at goiitade and r are made savage by
i la. p..w.M Ho ki'4 hit(inn and i " n- l
I me vwusiix 1 neinfr Kent aione. vrua.ui vui'iiii 01-
Cabe OP HORSES. Horses hate cornfield, at others in a forest, and not
nuirequeuny m gome uisiaut uarii, wiin
the horse and ox for my auditors. It is to
The build m
T, .torical arrangements, anu nenao ue- h m follow them
rfoctea as tnroug , ne Pr,. gQrt of .Jdres, U wou,d not g0 by the,uselves.
t- hmUnnori a solid concrete founda- . w7 B 7
. , . , .J wanted.V He was put in communica
te used in the base V t k . ,
i,on graime ueu . . n attorney who bad
nf the build n was obtained from , . i n
or me ouwuing address of 400 pages of foolscap all
Warren county, and that used in the . ,Ke
bedy pf the same from Rowan county
He Tould Me ter du It.'
written out for such an occasion, Af-
- c i:n,:nP
1 IIC CiifcSSV
' . r .
A late landed Hilernian was a
mrl thA prisoner yesterday in the Fordham
Police Court to answer a cnarge 01
tages 3ou; Here enjoy. r.et no uaj" pass
without exercising j our powers of speech.
There is no pay like oratory. Cajsar
controlled! men by exciting their fears.
Cicero ly captivating their affections and
waving their passions. The j influence
is heated by a furnace 10 the basement - a rp(. t lhe assault and battery preferred against oftne one perishes with the author; that
which consumes one hundred and! . v I him by a neighbor. of the other continues to this day."
.. ot. istrii(rfTip 01 our ioreiaiuera 1
UUIIIIUIIT. 1 . . ..
vn, yes, x nave cbhiw hmv
references to their perils, struggles
supplied with hot
"Knock 'em right out then cross
one of them! Every fool
fathers had to struggle. Of course
their business to;
the praise due, 'em
" twenty tons of coal
various rooms are
and cold water, and it takes seven
hundred and fifty thousand gallons
of water to fill the- pipes : a forced
' n orator Mnlou every.
p..FVVu.K rrrr'U in the country knows that our fore
intotwolargetanksintheattwhicb' ? t of
contain about fifty tons. The furnance 'J
runs only about seven months in the liey ,d ' 11 w.
b-t rrln they have had all
Year, IJUfc me iiumiw 1 " bv bl , . . . t
.....j... -n. iv w xvuuIr Und Bebee's Corners won't give 'em
every ay. i . ;
arge. The post? ",,v"i" ,"r" I T
- A - f ,I,:K : T.roeJHHl " I ouiuov - "
, -v u ,. 1 our forefathers," humbly replied the
over by ex-Go v. Holden, is supplied ' J r
with all the modern improvements oraio' ;
, . -it i?hi "Very well. Now, what have you
boxes and 50 drawers' and a hand- JPr f881" reSard 10
,loL T i,a rmrriilnr fi Washington?
, T j . . i t "Well. X probably mention him
i o - . cri 4;r ! ri.:
. A ' i .ii .ilioriv or niiy iiiues, - ii nsuiuKMiu wc
in our bostoffice. The furniture in all Sreat man' aud vv? mU8t DOt forSet
"Why did you strike the complain
ant ?" asked Justice Wheeler.
nn i i a 1.1 a .1 ! it
reKasc ue touiu me ier uu ii,
was the reply.
"Oh, you merely obey orders ?
"Tell me all about it."
"All there tesjibout it, Judge, ees,
we had a little growl, and oi tould
him oi'd slap ees face ; thin ee jumps
'oop and down and cries three toimes,
i ! ! '
We are. determined that our
is the Engineer ,n charge. I he poster ; , j J'Du it, du it, du it.
It is reported that the real cause of
Mr. Chrisjtiancy'a ill feeling toward his
wife arose from the fact that during the
honeymoou Mrs. C. used to rnn after him
Goosey ! Goosey ! Gander,
Whither do you wander t
Up stairs and down stairs,
Or in my lady's chamber ?
No Michi-gander would like that sort
The Philadelphia Record claimls that Phil
adelphia is; the greatest manufacturing cen
ter in the world. The value of her manu
factures is expected to reach this year the
fabulous sum of $625,000,000. The produc
tion of woolens and cotton is put down at
SHALL BE SOLD, i
We offer Special Prices to Cash and
Prompt Paying buyers." Our Stock i
'TOG LARGE '
For us to attempt to enumerate here ;
But if you will call and see us, wc
to make it to your i
We are 1 ' '
Determined to Sell
Our Seasonable Goods. I
ROSS & GREENFIELD.
Chiirch & Go's. Fine bukg
RnnA. Put un in neat nackaires. for. sale
. , i . . ,
J. D. McXEELY'S.
Horse and Cattle Powders ; :
The Urgent Packages and smallest dose "of any
Powder made, and warranted to do all that it
claims. Manufactured at '
18:tf BARKER'S Drug Store.
O. V. V.
ftnr Ve&rAtflhle. Vermifuffc The great
est known remedy for expelling wornis. Safest,
nureet and most reliable. Manniaciureu ni
l&tf BARKER'S Drug Store.
NOTICE OF SALE IP?
The sale oqtteK. A, Caldrdl KL
nos-tponed fiQiu ihe ln.f 4?PrlT
place arhw pfce, Thuritlav, jjj.' Mt "
For further Hlit-uTar,, and for L P-H
Law and Miaetl lun tons lr.i-. 7 . t.of 1
oldt address niekt CUarlotlee f ifl
Jne5,1880. R. lU;,
May ID, 1830.
"And you did it ?"
"What, arter he'd tould me ter du $48,500,000, of carpets $23,000,000, of hosi-
"Strike him right out!" was
the departments in of solid black wal
nut, and, is kept in excellent order).
, T . , f great and good man. Bebees Cor-
nam. 10 no Inual tld 11 IT TAWII in A mfr I
"Yes ; you had no business to strike
him. even at his own request. Got
A friend paid the fine, and the
the prisoner retired, murmuring to him-
ery and knit goods $23,000,000, and of silks
and mixed goods $7,000,000. ' These figures
indicate the great" prosperity of s the city of
Brotherly Love, and they show that Phila
delphia is destined to take rank with the.
foremost of the world's busy marts.
fiat command. "Washington was aUlf, "a strange countree oi've got in
" ,' " . i i m i- t ica. but we've hat! Washington
W e hope to see such a building here ,
before many years, the first install
ment of $65,000 having been voted
for that purpose. Wit. Star.
He Laughed Too.
wc can t rest.
The orator madei a note of that also,
and the other continued :
"I presume you have put in a boom
for the Declaration of Independence?"
"Yes, I never heard of a Fourth of
of July oration wit.li that left out."
xneu you are guwig t.uieaiiiov.Aje-1 f tjje jjan(J ?
thine new. lichees Corners would
From the Detroit Free Press. . i
The Chief of Police yesterday had
a visit from a farmer living! out on
the Chester Line road, who had a story howl all dav over the sight of an Amer
totell. After two or three efforts he jean flag if there was any call for it ;
began: but "we're going to take a new de-
'I vbas goiu' home last night vhen parture. No Declaration of Inde
I overtakes two men on der roadt. pendence in our i oration this year.
Dose fellers -dey laft und saidt Scratch 'er right out."
would I gif 'em aride; Iiaft too, und "That doesn't leave me five min
Bay shtjmp in. - ' " 1 utes'-talk,' said the attorney as he
4 Yes, I understand.' made a calculation! 'All I have left
Pooty queek one feller laft und saidt are a few remarks on the Pilgrim Fa
he likes Dutch mens, cause his uncle there.'
vhaa a Dutchmans. Dot vhasall right -WhKt kind of an oration do you
und so I laft too. I v has real tickled, want up there? asked the lawyer as
und I shakes all oafer.' his heart began to sink.
'YeS. Tli, what 1M1 a11 vmi Pan von
Un a leedte vhile one veller vhant ;ni9
me to shange aseven toller bill, so as
lie could gif some money to der or- Then you are out in the cold. We
phan'asylums, und he lafts ha ! ha ! want an oration lasting just ten min
ha ! Dot tickled me some more I lafts utes. We want a sentimental song to
too. Den de odder feller he grabs me lead off, and a funny one to end with,
py der collar und pulls me down be- The remarks between the songs can
hind und says dey looks in my pock- range all the way trom 'Major Jones'
ets for Ja stheampoat dot vhas stoled to 'Pop goes the weasel,' but they must
from-Detroit makes us all laff like be funny all the way through. We
some good shoke.' . are a funny set up there. We go in
'It must -have been famiy heavy on conundrums, and we make
'It vhas. Dose fellew took out my some of the best puns going. We
wallet undounted oop der monish. shall want, say, ten puns, ten conun
I hadt shu8t ten tollar, undP dey laft drums, two songs and something to
und said dot dey must go on some warrant about five grins and from
trips to der seashore mit dot. Dot seven to ten regular old side-splitters,
tickled me sorao more, und I laft and the terms will be $15 cash on the
too. nail. Are you the man ?'
Well, what theu ?' 'I I guess noti was the faint jre-
'Vhell, den day shumped but und ply. t
put dier fingers on der noses und says - 'All right 'nun said. TH move
goot pye old Dutchman,- und avhay on to the next, and if I can't strike
dey goes like some horse-races.' the chap in this town I'U sail down
'And you didn't laugh at that b' to Toledo. Bebee's Corners is going
! Vhel I, not pooty much. Iivhas al- to git up and howl this year, and don't
ready to, but I sthoped. If 'dem fel- you fbrgit it !' J '
lew vhas up to f shokes it vhaa -all ,H T
right,bdtifdeys vhas robbers I vhaoti yJ?' W'J VA:'J?e 27
you to catch 'em und gif 'em some V ,ule a1D.em?rat1,c ttion meet
pieces of my mind like dander ! I !S Was be,n he d on CaPlto1 uare
doanrlike" somepody to UtY at me yeaaS and while a salute was
vhcny doan' feel tickled all over.' - "g ' g
man naraeu iucariny ana a boy
Escaped. Saturday afternoon, as named Nibert.
a gang of convicts employed outside
the penitentiary1 were returning from
Sociability. Think how much
happiness you convey to each other
by kindly notice and a cheerful con
versation. Think how much sun
shine such sociability lets back into
vour own soul. Who does not feel
more cheerful and contented for re
ceiving a polite bow and a genial
"good morniug" with a hearty shake
Who does not make
himself happier by these expressions
of fellow feelings and good will? Si
lence, and a stiff, unbending reserve
are essentially selfish and vulgar.
The generous and polite man has
pleasant recognition and cheerful
words for all he meets. He scatters
sunbeams wherever he goes. He
paves the path of others with smile?.
He makes society seem genial and the
world delighted, to those who would
else find them cold, selfish and for
lorn. And what he gives is but a
tithe of what he receives. Be social
wherever you go, and wrap your
lightest words in tones that are sweet
and a spirit that is genial.
Warn Safe Pills are an Immediate
timnlus for a Torpid L ver. nnrt carp Costive,
ness. Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Bilious Diarrhoea,
Malaria; Fever ani A sue. and are useful at
times In nearly all Diseases to cause a free an-1
rwilnr action of the Bowela. The best anti
dote for. all Malarial Poison. Price, 23c a box.
Warwr'a Safe Bforvlne qnlckly rives Rest
and Sleep to the suffering, cures Headache and
Nearalpia, Prevents Epileptic Pits, and is the
best reined.v fur Nervous Prostration brousrht
on br excessive drinking, over-work, mental
shocks and other causes. It relieves the Pains
of aU Diseases, and is never injurious to the
system. ; The best of all Nervines. Bottles of
two sizes ; prices, 60c.
and tlJW. I
and Dealers fa
EH. WARNER &C0n
Ore "Send for Pamphlet
Frais J ars !
Loxfi&N, Junei 28. The master
cotton spinners ofkMossley have re-
AioaJ A. a. L 1 m r ' '
dash for fredom .! : I grauv uie aavance oi nve per
J uuvwsutU III S3-
work, three of them made a bold
I w.n f i ... 1 a a.
capinir. although rennatlJ .U iir:C:,B,M T9 wuon 8P,nners
by the guard.he names, resident IfT; H consequently
iid wnfr.nfinm:-i-'ri,. struck, and from seven to eight thou-
. -'Mn.uism oi me iufai t s
tives are as lollowsr Johu .B out of employ-
lartin county, two years, for larceny: A n . '
Bobert Wilson. Menlcllnhl. .ill . A Constantinople correspondent of
years, fbr larcenf ; Isaac I Hunter " ' Manchester G says W has
Davil in- i IJL" ! Uon to believe that the gravest an-
' i pretiensions are entertained at the
British Embassy relative to the torn
Russians at Court.
. In the Romanoff gallery at the winter
palace at St. Petersburg the attention of
the visitor is attracted by a green cur
tain on one of the walls ; it conceals a
table inscribed with the very curious
rules which Catharine the Great caused
to bo observed at assemblies. These regu
lations were as follows : I. Lea to your
rank outside as well as your hat, and
especially your sword. 2. Leave your
right of precedence, your pride and auy
similar feeling ouside the door. 3. Be
gay; but do not spoil anything; do not
break or gnaw anything. 4. Sit, stand,
walk as you will, without refereuce to
anybody. 5. Talk moderately and not
very loud, so as not to make the ears and
heads of others ache. 6. Argue without
anger and without excitement. 7. Neither
sigh nor yawn, nor make anybody dull
and heavy. 8. In all innocent games,
whatever one proposes let all join. 9.
Eat whatever is sweet and savory, but
drink with moderation, so that each one
may find legs on leaving the room. 10.
Tell no tales out of school ; whatever
goes in one ear must come out at the
other before leaving the room. A trans
gressor against these rules shall on the
testimony of two witnesses, for every
offense drink a glass of cold water, not
exceptiug the ladies, and, further, read a
page of the 'Telemachiad' aloud. The
Telemachlad" was the work of a verv
feeble and evidently much despised poet
named Treadiakoffsky. Whoever breaks
three of these roles during the same
evening shall commit six lines of the
'Telemachiad' to memory, and whoever
offends against the tenth rule shall not
agaiu be admitted."
Just received a Nice Lot of
HALF GALLON AND QUART
Jars for sale at EX?iISS'.
AT J?0 Cents per Gallon
Valuable Golfljiie Property !
By virtue of a certain Mortgage made to roe
as Trustee, I will ell on the premises on the
24ih day of May next, lor cash, all the proper
ty of ihe Rowan Gold and Copper Mining
Company of Baltimore, consisting of 108
acres of land, with whatever Machinery there
may be thereon, together with all the Minerals,
Mining Rights, i'rivueges, Immuuities, im
provements and appurtenances thereto belong
ing or in any way appertaining being the
property so long and well known as the Ry
C. For description of property and title
see Mortgage to the undersigned dated Febru
ary 25th, 1861, and recorded in Book No. 42,
pge 2o4, in the Kegister's office of Rowan
County, N. C.
JOHN A. THOMPSON, Trustee.
Rowan to., April 10, 1880. 23:Cw.
Our Cough Syrup. The most palata
ble, smithing and efficacious remedy ever
placed before the public for that most
dreaded of diseases, coughs, cohls, &cc,
manufactured at BAItkLU S
"FT. A OH-'B
IMPROVED PATENT LIVER PAD I
Nbvsb Grrs Hash.
Ca bs MaBI axi Stkkxoth Dksibbd. Last
Twicb as Loxa.
Biieuet Corel TltliOTrt DrttKiaj tti Syitea. :
Ed t Kenou
TTnTTT TTT imntrnn .
fill-will be apjmrent to anv one vhnJn !'
amine ;i SouuiGoi.D Wajcii, tllni r
Uie necessary ijiickuePs for ei.gravii.l- F0Bl
ishing, large'i.roortsun orthfrtorprr?;
al nwil la ntiaili1 ... . !, ' DIM
enrave4-oortions ir. i, .... .... . HU'lts
necessary soliduy and strength; .?u'Hi-lfc
gold is actuall)- needless so laras ltim
beauty are concerned. In Jom,, vT
- . k 1 1 1
These Psds Care all Diseases by Absorption.
Noxious Pills. Oils, or fb nedieines arc taken
Into tbe Stomach. The Pads are worn over the fib
of toe stomach, eoverinjc the ureas Nerve Centres,
sis the Liver and Stomach. A genOe Vefretablo
Torucii atorted i nto the circulation of the Blood sod
Li ver, purify inf. the Blood, stimulating tbe Liver an!
Kidneys to healthy action, and strenfrtheninft th
Stomach to digest food. Pkicb op Pads tl and $X
bach. Solo bt all Druggists, or sent by Mil
Manufactured at 39 & 41 North LiBXRir St
For at T, f. KLTJTTZ'S Drug Store.
. PATENT I GOLD WATCH cS'- :
this wast3 of j.recious n.elal o?wLi3 r
the same solidity and strength Hi, vi
at Irora one third To one-half JT?
I-!,.,L ulnr.i I' .ll . , l"e;Ult J
,""ur " v piate ol t t - 1
C-omiiwitiun Joetal, epe,Msliy il(!.tted T l
nurjiose, i.as two plates ol soljH (rr.A
U one oo The !
ea oetween iwiiaIh-cI steel rt.l!rs ard th
suit is a rtpioi heavy, plated vomrC
from whK.h the ha. ks, centre h T
&c, are cut al shaped hyiAh dS
formers. 1 he? gold in th.pe cases i. ftr--tytlrick
toadmrfof all kin.ls r Ltt
t it- vllinT as
graving and ejMuneHing; the engraved
have been carried until worn tiA-r ..t
by time and life without removing 1 1.' f'k I
This is the 4niy Cie Mae witlrTwJj
Plates of Solid Gold & Warraite
by --'Special Certificate.
For sale by J.&H. HOR UnA .u rTT
BEST lil THE WORLD!
Macox, Ga., June 27.One hun- P" affairs in Albania.
. S ' . . '!'.... I - i -5 ..I,
urea guns were -fired last j night in The population of Nash villTenn.
honor of themotic candidates-- essee, is report tp be 43.377. In
Mutw"1 ouu i 1870 it was hut 9. Rft-.
Leighton, Pa., June 28. George
Dick was found dead in the grave he
was digging in the Catholic Ceme
tery this morningr His Death was
caused by sunstroke.
New Yobk, July 1 Of 187 deaths
in this city for the 24 hours ending
at 12 o clock to-day, 79 were caused
directly by excessive heat, which also
U1rlM tbo ff b rtf OR ar nan
I of the other cases,
5 Cents per Quart at
200 Empty 200
Molasses and Whisky
To arrive in a few days.
As the demand for BARRELS will
bj great. Call and leave
orders at ENNISS'
AROUND the CORNER
TO THE PUBLIC GREETING:
JULIAN &FR ALE Y,
CaMiet Maters ani Carpenters. -
Their prices are as low as it is possible to
make them, and their work not inferior to any.
They fill ordeis in two departments.
Their ready made stock in hand comprises
a general assortment of home furniture Bed
steads, Bureaus, Clothes Presses, Lounges,
Hacks. Wardrohes, Book-Cases, Cupboards and
China Presses, Candle Stands, Tin Safes, Desks,
Tables, Washstands, Chairs, &c. They also
keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine and poplar, from $1 upwards.
Also, Window Sish. They fill orders without
vexatious delays. Will contract for carpenter's
work and warrant satisfaction. Will take good
lumber and country produce in exchange for
furniture. Shop nearly opposite Watchman
Office. JULIAN & FRALEY.
SHOP connected with Brown Verble's Livery
stables. &&u Ueslgns of Shoes, to suit any
suapeoi loot. All shoeing on strictly sclent llleprln
clples and WARRANTED. All kinds blacLssuiitUlut;
promptly done. is:ij-
Subscribe for the Watchman or.l S'
The BEST Weekly in Wostnn North
Carolina. Only $1.50 a year in advance.
Ilgbtly dirty wlilte color. It mar
appear white, examined bv it- 1
elf. bnt a COMPAUISON WITH 1
CHURril Vk CO.3 AH5T ANO
HAMMER" IIAM will show -the
See thai your Baltlne Sda It
'"White and I Ill, an should be ALL
SlJlILAlt tjllSSXAML-s used for
A Eimple ut svcrA tost of the comrarttm
value ol different brands of Roda is to dtwolre a
dessert spoonful of enrlx kindrii h sbout a pmi
of water (hot preferred) in clear glasws, ttirrinv
until all is thoroughly dissolved. The delete
rious insoluble ma ttei- in the inferior Sod will
be shown nfttt settling sorae twenty minate or
sooner, by the milky uppe iranoe of the wlutioa
and the-quantity of floating flock y matter to
cording to quality.
Be sure snd ask for Chnrch & Co.'s 8o"a4
see that their name is on the package and jou
will get the purest and whitest made. Theuse
ot this with sour milk, in prelerenco to Baking
Powder, avea twenty times its cost.
See one ponnS package Hr valuable infonD"
tioa and read carefully.
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER.
l:5m i '
THE0. F. KLUTTZ.
HAS JUST RECEIVED A CAK-LOA1)
Celebrated Home Fertilizer ! !
The Chemicals for making 1 Ton will be
sold lor 14, or 2C0 Its. Of Cotton in No
vember. Ho Cotton Seed or Stable Manure required.
This Fertilizer is fully equal to the lii;h
priced, so-called (iuunos, and al less tlum half
the price. 1 refer to the following well known
gentlemen, who used it Ia-t season on cotton:
John V. L'urringer, Jas. ii. tiiuion, W.'F.
Watson, Thos. C. Watson, H. Cowan, W. ii.
Meares, A. Tail, J. G. Canble, J. F. E. Brown,
E. C. Lentz, S. J M. Brown, and many others.
Call early for your supplies and save money.
T. F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
AVIli: YOU WAST
II A R D V A J E
At Low Figures
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARRTbe ureat English ADC MARK
remedy ; An un
failing cure for
Impotency, aud all
diseases that follow
as a sequence of
Self-Abuse; as Loss
of Memory. l'nlver-
sal Lassitude, Pain
BEFOKf TAIlMJn the Back. inm-AFTM TAIIII.
new. ol Visiou, iremature Old Age, and many otner
Diseases that lead to Insanity or consumption, and
a Premature Grave.
"Full particulars In our pamphlet, which we
desire to send free by mall to every one. tr-The
specific Medicine Is sold by all druggist at SI per
packoge, or six packages for $5, or wlu be sent free
by mail oa receipt of the money by addressing
CRAY MEDICINE CO..
Mkciianics' Block, Dktroit, Mich.
rSold In Salisbury and everywhere by all
A FULL HVVVLY OF
Bui st's Celebrated Garden Seeds
B U I S T
is the only Seed-Grower
who H'JJATAfhia Seeds. Look at
every paper of Fety's, Lambeth's, Sibley's,
&c, &c, aud see it you nnd any warrant
upon them, lie wave of worthiest, un
warranted commission Seed, and come to
KLUTTZ'S for Buist's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine.
THEO F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
SMITH'S WORM OIL !
i Just Beceived
A Large, j Stock of Fresh and Genuine
f Turnip Seed
of Different Varieties at
''Athess, Ga., February 22, 1878.
Sir: My child, five years old, had symptoms
of worms. I tried calomel and other Worm
Medicines, bnt failed to expel any. Seeing Mr
Bain's certificate, I got a vial of yonr Worm
Oil, and the first dose brought forty worms,
and the second dose, so many were passed I did
not count them. 8. H. ADAMS.
Prepared by Dr. E-S-LYNDON,
For Sale by Dk; T. F. KLUTTZ.
Salisbury, N. C,
And Druggists general. 26:ly
To make Title tp Land, and .Laborer and
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
arious other blanks lor sale here
Call on the undersigned atNo. 2,. Cram
Ro.. - !
" , D . A . AT WELL, i
Salisbni X'C.JunS . '
TO LAliD & MINERAL Offll
Persons owning-" -
Farmiflg or Mineral Land!
r ' ' along tbe Hd-i
of the North Carolina Railroad, from C
co.nl to Greenlxro, and wish to disi'f
of the sauierAtill do well to callon i ;
1 Jno. II. ENNISS, Aft.for
Ifcw York Land & Emigration Co; -
MortgageDeeds for salelew
Also various other blans !.-'
German Millet Grass
d, cheap a 5H
DEEDS & MORTGAGES.
Fee Simple Deeds, Deeds in Trust, Mortgage Deeds,. Commissioners' Deeds, brDi
' T . M ,i i . -n . . r ' y, . : f 'rtillf:atCI.
ieeu, v.iiame -uorigayes, r arm contracts, jiarnage ano tonuiuiau"
Distillers Entries, and vanoui other forms for sale at the ,
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Aammisiraiors, esecuiors, commissioners, snerins, constauifs, agents, --- .
call on us tor printed sale notices, it is certainly creat ininstice to owncis j
their property at public auction without first giving ample notice of the sale. 111 'jg
niiirrinents of the law nn the snli.rf .rrv hnrTv V- nnwe inrn insufficient. I ropery. -
often sacrificed from this cause when a dollar or "two spept in advertising inigi1
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish sale notices promptly and theJ
170 TIC SD POP. POSTING Lr-1TD P,3AD? PP-I2T7SD
Who has once nsed the PEOPLF-S' MACHINE will p.efer it ovei allotM,
AGENTS selling t find it just W 4f
t makes th hntm
stitch, -rpns easily, does. the widest raug .
uoik, au4 winds the bobbins without runniol
the works of the machine. Write for descript
ive t ircujafrand full particulars.
1301. &1303 ButtonwQod St,
PMlafielpMa Seiin Ilaclim
U PHILADELPHIA, PA-
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