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0 / 75
From the third AffrictUtual Report
of the State Experiment Sta-
., ttonj I88O.
The constant demand j for formula
and directions for composting has in
duced the reprinting of those given in
1878-'79. They I have been tried for
three successive i seasons and have
eaved money and given satisfaction.
.The following instructions have
been prepared Jn .response to a great
many requests for: information on the
subject of composts and making home
fertilizers. There are countless "for-
xnulas" offered to our farmers, and
almost as many methods' of preparing
them for use. I have noi Intention of
supplanting or deciding between them.
Whatever our views as a people,
whatever the view that agricul tural
chemists hold as to the benefit of
chemical manures, no one will deny
that it is of the utmost importance in
(he economy of the farina to -utilize
all fertilizing material which the farm
can supply. To this end these for-
mulse have been prepared. By f6l
lowing them we can save money, and
"a j)enny saved is a penny earned."
In a State where ninety per cent.
of the population burn wood, no one
will deny that the ashes should be
utilized. In a State which raises as
much cotton as North Carolina, the
money value of the seed for fertilizing
uses alone is thousands of dollar?.
We need to increase year; by, year our
home supplies, and can do so readily
by an increased use of! oiir marls,
muck,- cotton seed, Stable manure,
WILL COMPOST PAY ? -
This question has often been dis
cussed. The answer generally depends
entirely on the demands of the soil and
crop, and the available means of sup-
r plying those demands I If we can
generalize, we should say that for
heavy soils the labor ofj preparing,
shoveling, turning j and moving the
ingredients of a compost heap will
pay better than for! lightjsoils. The
porous, sandy land
air warmth and
fain, to act upon fresh manure, ap
plied without composting,! quite rap-
r lfllV ftTMl pfflO'ininitcItr wlula ni-nn Jvti c
J w , ....a.w IVIIVUg
composting and rotting will greatly
Denent a manure intended tor use on
iieavy land. Another consideration
where cotton sead is used is the
fact that it must be killed ! before apl
plication. To do this and not lose
compost, properly made and protect
ed, can be found in a State where
labor is 60 cheap as with us.
So, jifter careful consideration, I
am convinced that in North Caroli-
x na at least, proper; composting will
always pay, I
DIRECTIONS, AND FOEMUUE FOBXJOM
pnaf tv i-
L Select for the manure heap a level
spot under shelter and convenient to
the stables. Remove enough earth to
give a gentle slope from every side
toward theentre. From the middle,
cut a small ditch 4 inches! wide and
the 63 1X2 Q (3 CCD. &ud CAUSA ifc in filnrtA
I ftr a w
from the centre to one side and empty
into a half barrel sunk in to' the earth.
This ditch can be covered with . a
uoara. xue liquids, so valuable as
' fertilizers and so often wasted, will
be cansrht in -th I barrel nA
j O 7 - . HUU lUUliD
in a while should be baled out and
sprinkled over the top of the heap.
Have at hand a pile of dry earth,
or better still a mixture of j dry earth
and ground plaster, and lonce in a
whllO lr am 1. I. 1 J . .t t -
-..v w,-4 ,. n,-. neap ia ine aeptn of
an men or two. By this method there
will be a maximum paving of liquids
and gases; and the com post heap will
1 -f Ka .... A ;i '
-.w. -r u.u uucuww me nostrils, even
are not at hand, tffth water, Then
begin. with the stable manure and re-
Words of Wisdom-
One act of charity is worth a cento-
peat the layers and wetting as before, I - Vno
until -afl the 'materials is employed. T e Wence,
The whole h ahouidUheri be cov-1 The use of character is to be a shield
eretl!withdiy!earth or plaster, Fermen-j against ttlumny,
tation will be complete iu from, three! .The fear of future evil is in itself the
to seven weeks and the cotton seed j greatest of evils. ! 4' '
killed;5 When ready to use, the pile , Cherish vonr heat hone aa faith
layers mixed to-
and abide by them in action.
He must be a thorough fool who
can learn; nothing from his own folly.
A great many j pairs of shoes are
before a man does all he
Every flower, even the fairest, has
its shadow beneath it as it swings in
the sunlight, !
The tie that binds the happy may
should be turned
and the different
gether. 1 :'
No danger ! from firing" or 'burn
ing" need be feared if the heap is
moist within, ''and well covered to
prevent too rapid oxidation by the
air. " j ' -.-
When used for Cotton apply 300
pounds per acre, half in the opening
furrow and half "with, the seed.' On
poor or old soil 400 or 500 pounds! he dear, but that which links the un-
may be used; 150 pounds with the fortunate! is tenderness unutterable,
seed as before, the remainder in the Age is! not all decay j it is the rip-
furrow or even broad cast across fur- ening, the swelling of the fresh life
rows. . 1 J within tn4t withers and bursts in the
For Corn use nearly one pint to husk.
tne nui, unless tneianu be in pretty Passions are likened best to floods
good condition, when less will suffice. anj streams. The shadow murmur
On sandy pine lands, or old fields, but tjie deep are dumb,
which are usually deficient in potash, j,, and soarml with
r . . . 1 . 1 the wounds of elory thin to surrender
Ithrnnorh Airnpilipnov t wlfnf. i wntnrr
(c lui m ie;
A rretabl prepantloa and tk ni mm
Pd in the world fop Hrlvltt'a
VTestlmonlAlB of tbehlrttet ordr In proof
of these luwmean, t f
; SVFor the care of Ilh, call for War,
a Safe DUtf Vnrp "
i.WFor the cure tf Brirhfa and the oth !
25 "UI01" WVfrt; BtU9 lduejr
VSebil for PamphJet
Fsruit Jjars !
acre mav be added.
solved in the water used for wetting
. 1 rrt
tne compost neap, mere are verv
How quietly flows the river toward
r i i i u ! the sea, yet it always reaches its d
Few lands nnnn which an nnnlinatinn nf Ji J
r rr rru: :
rpotash will not pay. Where ashes ","rtUUU- l"'3 18 f pu,"b lU
are plenty they may be substituted
for the muriate of potash.
This formula will do excel leutly
for winter wheat, 400 to 500 pounds
per acre. But when used ou this crop
I prefer 50 pounds sulphate of potash
dissolved in water and applied as di
rected in the j case of the muriate of
potash. After a backward season 100
pounds of nitrate of soda per acre,
broadcast, in the spring will help the
crop very greaily.
Many requests have been received
from farmers in the northern counties
for formula? for tobacco, &c., without
the use of marl or cotton seed as a
basis. This formula may be compos
ed in the same manner as described
br formula No. 1.
When chemicals are not to b ob-
ained, good stable manure or a high
grade commercial fertilizer mav be
when you are trying to 'rush things.
Just received a: Nice Liot of
HALF GALLON i AXD QUART
Jars for sale at j ENXISS.
A J- r.
''We are determine that our s
LARGE STO G.K
SHALL $E SOLD. t1
We offer. Speciat Prices tp Cash , and
Prompt Pajiug buyers. Our Stock is
; TOO LARGE
For. us to attempt to enumerate here j ,
put if you will cU ind see us, we
t make it to your
Determined to Sell
Qur Seasonable Goods.
ROSS & GREENFIELD,
BINGHAM- g CffOOI
1 Estalbllshe4!in 1793, i,
Is now. Pre-em.iuen among Souther
fioarding Schools for bojs in ae nvimu
hers ana area patronage. The 173rd Ses
kiou begin July 29th.1 1 For catalogue,
giving full particularaaddirss r
t ... Ma. R, mNGHAM, Sup't. 4
, 3$:3tp ' , V - 1 ". ' '. "
May ip, 188Q,
AT 20 Gents per Gallon
A Narrow Escape from a Watery
MessrsJ H. A. Cook and G. B.j
Haly burton had just completed a saw
mill and shingle machine, after a
couple of months' work, twelve miles j
west of this place, on South river,
and had been running them success- t)AA T?ii-kfTT OWI
5 Ceuts per Quart at
fully about ten days, when, Thursday
night ot last week, as they sat upon
the dam! after supper, talking over
their business affairs, there was a
sudden rush of water and the dam
burst to pieces. In a moment the two :
men found themselves precipitated
into the current, fighting and. drifting
with the debris of the dam. Cook was
washed about fifty yards down and he
cought on the shingle house, which
Molasses and Whisky
To arrive in a few days.
As the demand fur BARRELS will
be great. Call and leave
orders, at ' EXNISS'
wa itself Under water, where he held
used, with a plentiful addition of UDtil the Water sqbsided He Wlls
In regard to the amount to be used
per acre, no general rule can be given
it should vary with the condition
beaten with the timbers and rafts, re
ceiving numerous : bruises and cuts
upon his face, heqd, and different
parts of his body, j and haying: his
of the soil," from 400 to 500 pounds clothes neirlv a11 jrn oft Halybur-
or even more per acre. ion was swept aoout a quarter ot a
mue uown stream, ana when he came
to realize his situation was hanging;
to a bush, i He finally eot a foothold
r o . -it i i " "
VIIVJS OTUC'K. A VARIETY OF InnH nn rtA tn -T., - I r.. 1 1 1
tame iu iouu iu u uiuisiieu ami
Food. It is a well established fact greatly distressed condition. He vom
that a sinele kind of food is not ua n Lr
ucu a mivc aiuuuubiui w.iLtfr. ca.'SLiiiir
o I to
Yalflai GoldMiBB Property!
Ry virtue of a certain Mortgage made to m
as Trustee, I will ell on the Dremu.-s on ih
24th day of May next, for cash, all the proper
ty of the Rowan Gold and Copper Mining
uompany oi .Baltimore, consisting of 108
acres of land, with whatever Machinery there
may oe lliereon, together with all the Minerals
Mining Kights, I'rivilegen, Immunities, im
provements and appurtenances thereto belon
mg or in any way appertaining being the
property so long unit well known as the Ry
or description of property and title
see Mortgage to the undersigned dated Febru
ary 'oth, LobJ , and recorded in Kcw.L- W. 49
page 254, in the Register's office of Rowan
toumv, ;v u.
- JOHN A. THOMPSON, I rnstee
Rowan Co., April 10, 18S0. 20:Cw.
About 27 bushels.
TURNIP SEED !
TMP SEED ! !
A Lsirge Stock of Fresh and Genuine
of Different Varieties at
when quite nearthe
The following formula have been
prepared, as already stated,! to enable
those iwho ao obtain cotton seed
muck or marl, to
in their compost,
money aud purchase
S cable manure, .. ....
of chemicals :
...... i. . 450 fta
! To Prepare this formula snread
layer of barn-yard manure two inches
deep on the compost1 yard ; 2d, a lay
er of dissolved bone two inches thick,
and 3d, a layer of cotton seed four
inches thick. Wet the mixture pret
ty I thoroughly witli chamber lye, or
nrina from the stables, but if these
enough for the best growth, health up with-a quantity of gravel which
uuu uomiortoi animais. u Ke our- he had unconsciously swallowed,
selves, the stock which we keep does The young men tell a very thrill
rel.sh a change of diet thrives ing storv of their perilous adventure,
better With a change of pasture so to They were under the water for a con
speak and gives fuller returns for giderable length of i tiW i and Mrh
Rouble of providing the variety of says that h expected every moment
foods. Coarse fodder should be mixed to be his last.
with that which is of a finer nature, The breaking of th dim ,W
and the highly , nitrogenous feed with to the fact that, having been! just cotn
some substances weak in nitrogen, nleted it hatl not hrl nrnnprJiv l.r.l
O ' ..mi . i . . rr--r v
' win xeea ineir sneep and an old dam a littlej distance GREAT EXCITEMENT
corn one mprningnd barley or oats above it on the river having broken, f lJn . t 1
the next, and thus keep up a contin- the new onUas not! able to resist th At M 1, IDFDIIV S Grailfe M
ual surprise, heightened by a lick of rush of water. Th vnn, m 9 r-. - .
salt now and then. It is the same love n0w rebuilding the dam, and the peo- MCUUMIIS, MALL & CO.
of change which , makes colt, cow, and nle of the neihhorhood kindle Have just received their
heven the oldest horse, feel glad when dering their assistance, they expect SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK OF
uzrueu into a neweld. to be at work aain earlv next wek. TVrnCPTXr
Bites and Stings. AddIv in- Tne saw m'l wa3 removed about 25 BOuoirT ESTfKi.v n
..an Uy9 wiia a son rag, most lreely, " .jt"-, u.ub uuuuug was at exceedingly low prices, which cannot fail
spirits oi . Hartshorn. The venom of oiawsvuie ! JMnamarc.
stings being an acid, the alkali nulli
fies it. Fresh wood ashes, moistened Not onlyj does thej healtli of man
with water, and made into a poultice, nd depend much upon their clean-
. . A mm .isa - ...
irequeniiy renewed, is an excellent Iiness, but their cleanliness is one of
substitute, or soda or ' saleratus, all the principles of their good humor,
being alkalies. To be on the safe side their internal satisfaction, and even,
in case of snake or mad dog bites, in certain respects, their morality,
drink brandy, whisky, rum or other Uncleanly villages and huts arc the
spirits as free as water, a teacupful, favorite abodes.of idleness, d egrada-
or a pint or more, according to'the tion, bad faith, theft, and all the
aggravation of circumstances. vices. A want of cleanliness iniurea
; When a man snjeaks into the house T DJr,lhe Viy ?! thp bdy but
at m dnio-hf nrl t ... L , " soui itsem
without waking up the family, every
stair and floor board creaks like a
rusty swinging sign in a gale 5 but a
burglar an go through the same
uouse as; noiselessly . as a floati
zephyr. 1 r
A scientist says 50,500,000 stars
glimmer in the firmament. Will some
one of our readers please count the
stars and inform us how near this
scientist is correct iu hi figures? If
the count can't be made in on a Avon
Mtm. ..!...'...... - , -r
Ams is a nice time of night for ing enumerator jshould make a
you to be coming in," said a mother halk mart where he leaves off, in
- " "-uMltr wno returned from a to know where to commence
waiicMeno clock. "When I was the, nexi night; otherwise he may
like you, continued she, "my mother count iosua stars twice, i
woum not aiiow me out later than
CASAn a' .At,.
W H' J '7Un t? ? -At -e man ,peH-
lT , .ureumegirl; ed "passu p' and got beet.
"I had, you young jade' saicHhe
mother,, "a nicer mother than vervoa XvuZ. 1 ' '
hiV'Salem SuJ y0B What is marriage? One woman
to please. They have a full and complete
BOOTS and SIIOES,
Fis.fy, Bacon, Lard, Floor, Meal, &c.
They are agents for the sale of John Mer
rtman & Go's. BONE DUST, admitted to
be the very best cotton and tobacco Fertili
zer in use Also, for the French Btrrr Mill
Stones, Bolting Cloths, Eureka Smut Ma
chine, &c. Don t fail to call at No. 1.
March 26, 1880. 24:1 y
P. S.We have fenced up a Free hitch
ing Lot in rear of of our Warehouse, where
people can hitc and feed without being
annoyed by cattle and hogs. We intend
putting up stalls, ts? No charge excent
to shnt the gate.
t Tl ATTTT ii -, t w--r-v
AUUUiMJ TflR L KWWK
TO THE PUBLIC GREETING:
C&et Mm and Carpenters.
Their prices are as low as it i possible to
nj;ike tliem, anl tlieir work not inferior to any.
They fill orders in two departments.
Their ready ma.le sto-k in hand comprises
a general assortment of home furnitiire Bed
steads, Rureaus, Clothes Tresses, Lounges,
Hacks. Wardrobes, Book-Cases, Cupboards and
Chinti Tresses, Cand!eStanIs, Tin Safes, Desksr
TabltR, Washstands, Chairs, &c. Tliey also
keep an assortment of
of walnut, pine and poplar, from $1 upwards.
Also,Vindow Sash. 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. b-'bop nearly opposite Watchman
Office. JULIAN & FRALEY.
ChurCh & C0'S,V Fine Bakixg
Soda, Put up in neat packages, for sale
at : : ' i J. DMoXEELf S.
IHPROYED PATENT LITER PAD I
- Kt Gm Raxd. f ' :t" '
Gam m Mass t 8uraTH i)xatuo Zwuf
Twice am Loss.
. etrn? -,;
dilQs and FeVen
Rck I Kenoui
These VSa Gan all Diaeaset by Absorption Ko
rToxioos PIQm. Ofla, or Potaonon Mediciaet are Ulcm
tut o the Stomach. The fads are worn ow the Pit
f the Stomach. coTrrinn the Great Nerre Centres,
aisi the Liver and Stomach. A (rentle Vefretabla
Tooicii absorbed into the circulation of the Blood and
LtTer, pttrifyiDf? the Blood, stimulating the Liver and
Kidneys to healthy action, and strengthening the
Stomach to digest food. JPxics or Pads tl and S3
each. Sold by all Vbuogists. or sent by Mail
Letteb and Kote liJ .
n . nrv, . ' Kir. y.
This School; located in a1
ealtbr Village, four miuiful
bury, will reoDen on tii., of &
A rurn st.-1 PRO.' lV ilon,?'
W TV - w w p.-
. "o5!fll "Tone. wiVl
; mius ouwu vjiujld VVAtch ,l 7 w "Hlft.
M necessary IhiAneforwgS
shine, a larr Dronrtion f.? T '"ItJlJ
al used, is needed onir ic .,:r.i P'ioiu.
engraved -portions in tlW fcM
I neceasary-8oii4 ity and strength! nft
?. gold is actually needless 80 lar arir
amy vare-concerned. In Tftm"
TATENT GOLD WATS
15 Waste of precious moi.i s-'.
the sani? solidity and treno4?C0Blt
at from one-Uurd to one-half 0,Vh proi3
of solid case. This
Ulf m ...I
"up" "'uir. a to invi. t -r : -v
lanufactnred at S9 k. 41 Nostb Liaai-t St.
For s tie at T. iF. KLUTTZ'S Drug Store,
compositioij toetal, especially .j" jyk
purposeas two plates of solir lT!
ed one on each ,ide. The t
ed betwea polished steel roller, - .A", r
suit 13 a irV of heary plated
fron, which Uie case, back
Ac, are cut ind shaped by suiukiV'
- nr mese cases i ,
ly thick to adoit of all kinds of
Thia w thepnly Cse Made AAtW
Plates.of Solid Qold A XVarrlJ:,
by Speciil Certificate. ' Bft
srrayinjr aAd enaraelIiDg ; the en"
hare bwn carried untii Worn n,L
I - - 1 - I T lb.
For ale bv J. & H. TTOT? a u . . (-.1i
BEST III THE WORIDI
SHOP connected wltb. Brown & VerblCs Livery i
btaoles. ZTU aesins of suoes, to suit any i
suape oi foot. All shoeing on strictly scieiitllie prin
tlples and WARRANTED. All ktida blacksmitlilDg ,
promptly aone. j
Subscribe for the Watchaian only S
a a. -a, m aa m ah.. -vv k.1
Impure ni-rarb -Soda Is of a
Ughtfr dirty wlilto eolor. "tJiay
a it vaminad k t
weir, bnt a COItlFAliisv iW.r
.?S utnn 'HIS.--
' FOR THE
The J3$r-Weekly in Western North
Carolina. Ouly $1.50 a year iu advance.
THE0. F. KLUTTZ.
HAS JUST KKCEIVEU A UAn LOAD
aeir, bnt i
IlVltClil S i:i.M " AII1T lain
IIAlTini Ell BRAND will .Sii? 4
Ibe difference. w.
See that jronr Bakta; Soda u -Tvh
ite and PtJRE,u ahonTd be ALL '
rood. J - 1
A simple bat sptcm test f the cornramm. ;
alue ot different brands of goda i to diawiw a ? J
deaaert apnonfnl of each kind with about a nak ;
o 7ff (hotjsreferred) in clear rIsjsxs, rtirrar i -until
ail u iboroagblj dis)lTl. Thadeleta-
rions inaolnbl mutter in th inferior 8odi,l ' :
be abo-sm after settling some twenty ajinntet or1 '
sooner, by the milky appeiraaceof tbeaolatwa I
and the quantity of fioaticg flocky matters ;
cordin; to quality. ; :
Be snre and ask for Church S Cr.' gal mi '
see that their name ia on the package and m
will ffct 'ie purest nl whitest tnarte. Thtajt :
t this with sour milk, in preference to Btktst
Powder, uvea twenty tunas ita cott.
See one poind package for TaluaWa inform
tka and read earef ully,
SHOW THIS TO YOUR GROCER,
1 2:5in ' ' J i
Celratei Home Fertilizer ! !
The Chemical for making 1 Ton wilLbe
sold for 14, or 200 lbs. of Cotton No
No Cotton Seed or Stable Manure required.
This Fertiliztr is fully equal to the high
priced, so-called Guanos, arnl al les than half
le nrice. 1 reler to tne louownig wen Known
gentlemen, who used it last sea.-i.-n on cotton:
John . Iiarrintjer, Jas li. Gibson, W . f .
Watson, Thos. C. Watson, R. T. Cowan, W. B.
Meares, A. Tail, J. G.Catible, J. F. K. Brown,
C. Lentz, S. J M. Brown, and manv others.
Call early for your supplies and. save money.
T. F. KLUTIZ, Druggist.
GRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE.
TRADE MARaThe Great EngUshrRADE MARK
KtwtoT ; An un
failing cure for
1 i Seminal Wen tnps
Tri&V spermatorrhea, V3S
Wi? i,A Imnotencv. n.i all f.l&
Cm i m-J . . - '
-oiseases tnat rollow
as a sequence of
f a a . - r
c-eii-Auiuse; as Lrf)S3 yrt;
nf VI nmrwi- C-C-J
sal Lassitude. Pnin
BEFORE TAIIia.i'' the Back, Dini-AFTER TAI1I8.
nesa of isiou, premature old Ape, and many oUier
Diseases that lead to Insanity or Consumption, and
a Premature Grave.
tSTFull particulars la our pamphlet, which we
desire to send free by mall to every one. fcjgr-The
specific Medicine is sold by all druggist at $l per
packojre, or six packages for $5, or will be sent free
by mail ou receipt of the money by addressing
CRAY MEDICINE CO..
MKCUANICa' ULOCk, .DKrKOIT, MlCH.
ISold In Salishary and everywhere hv ah
SMITH'S WORM OIL !
Fruits, . Candies,
Tq make Title to Lan5, and 'Laborer and
Atoexs, Ga., February 22, 1878.
Sir : My child, five years old, had symptoms
of worms. I tried calomel and other Worm
Medicines, but failed to expH anv. Seeing Mr
Bain's certificate, I got a vii of yonr Worm
Oil, and the, first dose brought forty worms,
and the second dose, so many were passed I did
not count them. S.H.Adams.
Prepared by Dr- E, S. LYNDON,
For Sale by Dr. T. F. KLUTTZ,
. . Tl . Saliabury, N. C,
And DruggisU general. 20:ly
WANTED !"One Hundred Bushels of
Onions j.alsp One Hundred Bushels of
Peach Stones, k ; EliNISS'
NOW 18 THE TIME TO SUBSCBIBF
FOB THI5 WATCHMAN
1 FULL SUPPLY OF
Bui st's Celebrated Garden Seeds
is the only Seed-Grower
who WARRANTS his Seeds. Look at
every paper of Fery's, Landreth's, Sibley's,
&c, &c, and see if you find anj' warrant
upon them. Beware of worthless, mi
warranted coin mission Seed, and come to
KLUTTZ'S for Bnist's which are warran
ted fresh and genuine.
THEO F. KLUTTZ, Druggist.
Cheap Chattel Mortgages,
Jt'riouH oilier blank for sale here
WHEIV YOU WAST
II A R W A Jl E
At Low Figures j
Call on the nndersigned atNo. 2, Grtfiit
Ron-. ' 1 V
Salisbnryj.N. G., June S tt.
Special Term of the Su
perior Court of Rowan '
Notice i-s! hereby given to all Partieata.
Suits, Witnesses; Attorneys, and to H
whom it may concern, that a Special
Term f the Superior Court of Kow.
County will be held at the Court HojiM
in Salisbury, uu Monday, the ninth f9tb
day of August, I860, for the trial of ciril
cases, and continue until the basine&i
disposed f. D. A. DAVIS, Chairman
County Comiuis'rs of Rowan.
II. N. Woodson, CTk Board of Coont;
Fee Simple Deeds, Deeds m Trust, Mortgage Deeds, Cpmmissioners7 Deeds, Sbenfc
Deeds Chattle Mortgages, Farm Contracts, .Marriage and Confirmation Certificate!,
. Distillers Entries, and various ther forms fVr sale at the
- WATCHMAN OFFICE..
Administrators, executors. commi?sionr sfrifTa 0nnc.u .rpftdviw
call on us for printed sale notices. It is ccrtainl v great .injurtTce to owners to puttp
their property at public auction w ithout first giving ample notice of the sale. The
quireiuents of the law on the subject every ldy knows are insufficient. Propert7
often sacrificed frotn this cause when a .dollar or two spent in advertising might h
saved it and made it bring its value. We furnish safe'notWs nmmnt.lv and cheap. !
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ITOTIOSS ffOSl POBTHT& LANCtJtSADT PSlI'rSD.:
Who has once used the PEOPLES' MACHINE wM Prefer it ovei-all others, tni
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AGENTS selling i find it jtist what
PEOPLE want. , It inalie. th shuttle li.'
stitch, i-ttna. easily N does the, widest
WOlk. and winda rh ImKKin without rnDD
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the works of the maciine. Write for descnJ?
ivo circulars and full, paTticularaT i -
PHILADELPHIA, PA., f
BALE NOTICES H
For Sale at this Offic.
iwj more ana one man the less.
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