A V. i t:tli.cc- Viit;
I write this from a country.yilhsgejbut the vHJiage. is completely .washed .TTn',
runtainingybutjinbabiunts. It away. Water to the depth of AHUfllAliSJJ IJlbbULY 11
'is a lovely little town, nestled on a twelve feet lie across the village site. The Best by Actual Field
iide hill to break off ' t :.raywfnds The ice probslbly choked up the , ; f fa
fvinter and the hurricanes of .sum- channel of therivcr a shert distance ; jt i,as 1,00 the
;it seemed (tp me as 11 (iuerepiiw
jbe a ad man xr a scoiuing wuiuau u
the vilHage, but four hours ,hav
nr1 " l am anviser man. : .
came here , to see old Mrs. Brown
about a pension she wauts from the
g.verment, and when we had finish
ed our business, I said : "
'I see yu have cljurches here.'
4 Yes ; but ye neyer bayp any ser
mons worth listening to
' The men look intelligent and
: ' HumpIiI Ther are regular pokes !
There is not a man in Farm ville who
-nows enough to even ask boot injt
liorse trade . ... ,
.fBut the women ;look happy I
. 'Then they look what they ain't
she answered. 1 do' believe there
s a happy woman in the whole vil
lage. If you only knew of the awful
carryings ou here you would not look
for very happy wives
'What awful things do. the meu
'You'd better ask what they don't
-jdo. It is a wonder to me that Farm
.ville hasn't shared the fate of Sodom
and Go morrow
' 'Do they drink ?'
'Do they ? Didn 1 1 see even oldH
Deacon Harris weaving: this way and
that as he climcd the hilt last even
ing? It's a slippery path, of course,
))Ut sober men don't J climb a liill
r 'Do they gamble?'
'Gamble! What did Mrs. Potts
tell roe that her brother's wife tolu
Airs. Davis not a month ago ? Four
of the leading men in the place were
caught playing checkers for soda
water. That's a nice example, isn't
it?',, " M
J U Mrs. Potts ince? '
'Kice! Why, she's the worst gos--srp
in town ! It's a wonder the men
don't duck her in the mill-pond
' 'And Mrs. Da vis ?' , '
'She's a Jiypocrite! She'll talk
sweet to your face, and- abuse you be
hind your back
Mrs. George is w ell spoken of
Jiywhom? I've known her fif
teen years, and I never heard a
human being sjeak well of her! She
jeats opium and lies like a trollop!'
'Isn't Nrs. llenry all right ?'
- 'All right ? Why, no one can live
. . a . - . i - ' -' l '
. jn tiie bouse next to her
'The postmaster seems a good man
I ventured to remark.
TJivrul man ! WlVw 1 I .1 .1
v--wv. lu.u . ii uj lur lluivuaiJU Hi
jways believed he was ; the very man
rho threw a yaller dg down our
.well. I do not say that he steals let
Jers, but 1 know that when I sent
two three cent stamps in a letter to
my daughter in Illiuoy, she never
trnt it ' ' V ' '
'Brit there (mist be one good man
it town r
I hm mnoi - -1. t t . .
you'd pint him out to me. I'd Vile to
M " A tYlAU
'polish up my spectacles and take a
good look at him
'And is net there one faultless wo
man?', ! '
'Well, I don't want to seem vain
-nd conceited, because noue of us are
Jong for this world, but I "expect I'm
ihe faultless oue yoli are inquirine
Rafter ' ' V-
. 'I think I shall go out on the even
ing train. Mrs. Brown says that
every business' man is ready to ?bqst
and; every family has at least oii
scandal about them. On my way over
J the post office aii hjiur ago I asked
.a grocer if he knew old Airs Brown'
'Know her ! Why she's a 'gossip a
Jiar, a hypocrite and a dead-beat, ahd
too Jaxy to change'her stockings more
than : twice a year Quad, ""'
Tlic Great FIools.
7 rf " J-uu-'i -tieportcd Swept
Away and Thirty Lives Lost. '
YANKTOWN,I).T., ApriI 5.-The
ater has risen to a point a foot hU.
cr than the rise of March 29.' Lower
arikton isr.ubmergecl to-day and !
;the People have been f moved' to the
upper portion of the city. NG iives
are Imperiled, but considerable dam
age must result. tvproiirtv Tn;
gence has been received to-day from
Bonhommo that out or fourteen per
sons ten have been rescued alive and
yell. X family named Haddeman
are undoubtedly drowned ' e'vera
Other familiW- are probably jot six
miles this side. Jho Green IsIandJbate,
pvojne huve t.edu iix part removed to
j this place. No; lives were lost there,
volume of water across the lowlands
t , . '-j : '
on the Dakota side and causing it to
- , v,.- ., ,
flow eastward jthirty m iles before U
re-enters the old channel at verm 11
lion, a oint on the river bank which
is reported carried away with the
loss of thirty lives. This report needs
confirmation. -The river at this point
is about six miles in width. Its sur
face is covered with broken ice.
Further east a few miles the water
broadens to fifteen miles retaining
this width without exception for
7",-. A Dissolute Harl.
The Earl of iLonsdalel who recent
ly arrived at New York in his yatch,
is characterized by the Times of that
city as a nobleman f that class which
brings no credit on his -' order.v -Ever
since succeeding toa princely heritage,
nt an early age, he began to run a ri
otous cou rse, t k k i ng u pa rt as a Ieg
islator or any interest in the restates
from Thich he! derived his income.
He married a daughter of the late
Admiral Lord Herbert a profession
al beauty in $pite of the opposition
of her brother J Lord Pembroke, who
refused to attend the wedding. The
married pair entered on a course of
extravagant dissipation, and between
them they found au income of four
hundred dollars insufficient for their
needs, and were forced to sacrifice
some of their effects to settle up their
The W. X. C. Kailroad Iiijnnctioii
The Charlotte Observer of the 7th,
says ? The restraining order granted
to W. J Best by Judge Eure. prevent
ing the meeting of the stockholders of
the Y estern JSorth Carolina Ilailroad
at Salisbury oiji the 24th of March,
was made returnable before Judge
Seymour at wjlkesboro to day, when
it is expected that the argument fox a
permanent Injunction would be heard.
Maj. C. Dowdj one of Best's attorneys,
stated yesterday, however, that the
case would not be argued, and' that
At tj 1 1 J
Mr. Henderson had gone to Wilkes
boro simply toj make a motion for a
"Then you will not insist on the
periuanent 1 nj auction T' asked the re
"Well, we are realv to arirue the
case, and the whole matter will come
up at theJlowan court. We succeed
ed in preventing the meeting of the
stockholders, which answered our pur
pose for the present."
"Well, tut can't another meetinlr
be palled ? There is no injunction af-
to-day to prevent it, is there?
"No injunction ; but the law re
quins thirty days' notice for a stock
holders' meeting, and before that time
expires we can 'prepare ourselves."
Injunction Dissolved. - Ii is
fearned through private source that
Judge Seymour, at Wilkcsboro court.
aissolved the injunction against the
uiciimoud and j Danville Railroad on
a restraining orkler erauted bv Jiidtro
Eure tp W. J. pest. Thi action was
anncipaieiby JJett. as stated vnf.r.
day morning iu this paper. Thease
w uecuje ine tlje cost and oilier mat
ters comes up at Rowan CourC
cTwo Ck)UNTIES. Savs tIR..lA;rh
Fanner and Mechanic: A glance at the
iJnited Stales Ipos&l rejjort shows
many fgnny thines. . There is-for in.
Stance, an old county, formerly famed
as pernaps tne most cultured, certain-
V ie veamiicst, county in North
Carolina. It has but o ..affin.
The county isj New Hauover-the
pdstoffice is WilmioLrton. T1..M
another county.! which bv nnf MtA to
the wildest, and in 'nonulatinn nnn'r
me jniuest of our counties; vet the
good people of IWilkes havthr:
even offices, and we wish they nirfy
"ave a uojsen more.
Pa., April 7. The KeDubl.Wn
ens resolution, jendorainjj the course
ui e iwepublicansn the United
Nates 3enate, was passed in the State
entte to-day by a party vote. Sen
ator Gordon,. Democrat, moved to
amend by. inserting a proviso that the
resolution should not b construed to
; UUIS,! u,e wrgain w th Alahone. but
it was defeated
-r . r r I ' """" " . newspaper published
aftef pppsiderable 4eJ the Town of Salisbury in this Jndicial
" ' ' 'J'? ' iPf8. JC.F. Lowe, CSC 1
in section where ft has wen used. I Ins
. . A . . 1 r t
is doe to the Purity, High Grade, and
Exetwe of wterials ued. ,
in sectioas where it has lren used. This
Tf S. m.iinfuiitiiMul finlMrPitM Animnl
Boiies pAtash, Auiiual luatter, and Dried
Ulood. Better as f a toiirce of Aiuouia
than Peruvian. For sale by
' - r JONES, MpCUBBINS & CO.,
22:3t .. Salisbury, X. C.
Red and -Saplen Clover,
G ARDjEN SEEDS,
'- Jrekd Gentiiiis-1-
- JUST DECEIVED:
Johnson Robbins' etc.,
At Wholesale and Retail
j At ENNISS'.
ONION SETS For Sale
4 At EXXISS'.
FIRE ! FIRE !! FIRE !!!
Oki Tf? 10 ,'ne an prepnre yourself
tn aganjsi uisttster uerore it ue
too iHte. bv calliii? at
TnE INSURANCE AGENCY OF
J. ALLEN BROWN,
and obtaining Policy of Insurance
against loss or damage by FIRE or
LlOHTKIjSO. This is the
LARGEST AGENCY IN THE STATE.
Aggregate Assets represented over
All Tirst Class Cos., including English as
well as American, ami our wn State Cos.
All Policies written here at this Agency.
IrgfLosses promptly settled.
nade on good Dwellings, Furniture, and
Farm propertv, for a term of 3 to 5 years.
' Feb. 16, 'SI. j tf
, i " ,f
To Robert E. Jones, Still
lmon Ilnlpr nnl
Charles Birkhalter. Jr.. non-r-ilir.t
you will take notice that the following
summons has been issued against vou:
DAVIDSON COUNTY 1- In Suvegiou Court.
Ethan A. Allen, Pltf. )
Robt. E. Jones. Stitl- summons you relief
man Ilsley and Clias. I
Birkbalter, Defd's. j ,
STATE OP NORTH CAROLINA,
To the Sheriff of Davidson County, greet
ing: You are hereby commanded to sum
mwn Robert E. Jones, Stillman Ilsley, and
Charles Birkhalter, Jr., the defendants aliove
named, if they be found in your county, to
be and appear before the Judge of our Su
perior Court, at a court to be held Jer the
County of Davidson, at the Court House in
Lexington, on the First Monday of March,
1881, and answer the complaint which will
be deposited in the office of the Clerk of the
Superior Court for said county, within the
first three days of said term,nnd let the
said defendants take notice that if they fail
to answer the said complaint within the
time prescribed by law, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court for the relief demanded in
the complaint. Herein fail not, and of this
summons make due! return.
Given under my hand and the seal of said
Court, this 28th, day of January, 188t.
C. F. Lowkc. S. C.
!of Davidson Countr.
Yon will also take notice that at the same
time in said else, a! warrant of attachment
was issued azainst vour nrom-rtv in
of the Plaintiff, far'thc mim ffl
sand One Hundred and Sixty-four Dollars
nu iy-iour cents, due by opcu account
for services rendered, at the rate of fifteen
uunarca aonars per annum, and returnable
tO Said Court in Said fnntr nn tlw. ftrt
Monday in March. A. D. ififtl
where yon can appear and dispute the same
if you think propcr. this 26th day of Fi-b'ry,
awl m-m w
Jonx H. AVet.born, Plffs Att'v.
DaYiisonGoily; In Superior Canit
ISAAC LOFLIN, Executor of
jonn joum, sr., dee'd.,
JOHN LOFLIK, J. C. PAT-
TJSuoON anil wife Anuie,
To Ilarri Ttflin T-imoo T fl:
Lindsay LoflJn, Gray Iflin, Whitson Loflin
Elmira Loflin and j Jane Loflin, Solomon
Hannah. Ovvin Hannah J1m unnnK
eraiah Hannah, Wm. Haunah and William
J. Cranford : . !
iJ?ike notice that 'e above named plain
tiff has filed in the Stinrir fnr f n!.i.
son county, State of North Carolina his com-
l.nuni Bgmnsi; you ana all the heirs-at-law
and legatees of John riflin Rr
for the purpose f having a construction of
in? iwd tt hi ana lestament, and a final set
tlement of the estate of mid John 1 Q
and you are hereby inotitied to appear and
answer said complaint, within twenty days
from the service ofithis notice, otherwise
the plaintiff will apply to the Court for th
relief demanded in the complaint. Feb 8
tOOI j '
-NORTII CaROT.TX a ) Tv Rrnrnrnn n
Davidson county. .((.Feb. 8th, 1881.
It appearing, by affidavit, to the satisfac
tion of the Court that the above named
defendants are non-iiflnt r c..
r -- --- tun umic
and are necessary parties to the determina-
ymm w. . US aU.,C CQ, C8US '. H tllCre-
fore ordered, that the fnrAin t.
, a : .v6...u(i infuse
served upon said defendants by publication
once a week for six fnccessive'weeks, in the
- and Judge of probate.
ALLGOGK'S POROUS PLASTER
: A Curative Host In Itselt
Thirty year experience baa firmly rooted
Ali-ock's 1'orous Plaster in poblic estimation.
Their wndcrfal adapuUlily to the various
symtoms lof disease is a marvel to medical men
of all choo!aA For nervous persons and luna
tics, Qne or mora applied to the wpine produc
ed ideep rhen opimteM, even hydrate of chloral,
Had oeen.of little servire. ISow, when one can
not sleep its. i the common practice to apply
m I'lattler to the back. You scarcely touch the
pillow before you are sound asleep, r
Alleot-ks Porous Plasters have the curative
effet-t ol the Hpanlak fijr blirtiem, yet make no
sore, and never affect the kidneyu ; are conveni
ent for all, ages and condition! usually only
producing a -bluh" on theskinand more cer
tainly curative than liniments or blUer, and
without j)roKtration or pain of the latter.
THis irf true even in Croup. Quinsy. Plenrhtv.
Lnns and Throat Affections, and the utility of
thin MUkiiary invention has been warmly wel
cmei. iThey are largely sold in every part of
ute wr.rui, and it is believed tliat not less than
live hnndred thousand femmsi are well, and
attending to the dutitu of life, free Iroui pain,
who have an AllcockV Porous ! Planter some
where about Ihetn, and who. but for the said
plaster, would he prostrate njxn a bed of ago
ny. Ueiidet, a Jteculiar piwt pletimml odor. halo.
or atmntphtre tihalci from them by the vxtrmth of
the Wy,jimperceptible to the eve, but which
riiinu tiie ptrrnuu in viuihi Ol inin vapor,
through Which contagion cannot itenetrale. In
fact, A lUpoek's Plasters supply an atmosphere
like that from b.ilitain or pine Woodn, and no
doubt attract oine. When contagion or infect'
inn disease art about; theg tltould be vorn on the
chest or bock at preventives; .
THE AllCOCR'S POROUS PLASTER
ooihe pain reanimates iorpij limbs, seemx,
111 pnanjj viisex, io" revive met powers ol life.
The great demand proves theni to be ued as
a universal remedy. They are convenient of at
piicaiton, anu naie lor au, beijng incapable ol
producing any injurious elfecH.
Dr. Vulentine Alotl, Dr. Jolinson, of Hart-
low, ana ue. iiyern, ol bavanuah, ltavenpken
of them in the highetl tern)!. jThe treat Molt
said: "They were all that coiild be hoped for
111a planter simple, cleanly; and HdheKive;
jerfect s artificial supporters of the uinoclen;
and for pains, because of tlieir counter irritant
qualities, usually at once giving eaw." Ixcal
weakncHs i.f the back, breast and wde, alwavs
vcucuicu, inuKvunng iiinioagoin a lew iiotire,
sometinien in a few minute, j
In seriouH heart and chest affections their
use causes an absorption or evafioration of wa
ter, Dy wtucli Urojy ol the heait and hydro
thorax Have undoubtedly been cured.
They j appear to have a peculiar effect upon
the neryoua, aliasing irritability while fnprly
ing warmth. They setm to jnccmuhte elec
tricity, and aid the circulation of the blood
through the psitt where applied, by which
healthy :k lions are induced.
The Ponms Planters re flexible, and found
of great help lo those who l.hve weak back
or pair.s in the side. Esne iailv are thev r:il-
iinble totliose who have neglected cttUU. Titer
are oil en preventives of consunipiion : nav.
they are believe.) to have loosened the 1; rasp of
. I . . ill . r . . .' .
uiis lernme .naicium, aun iiad iieen mainly
instrumental in efleciing a cuie. In variable
climates I hey should lie worn in the brcaM, or
between the shoulders, or over the kidneys, by
those who are subject to lake cold easily.' This
simple plan will wwn produce constitutional
vigor that will enable one to resist extraordi
nary changes of teniHratnie. I Experience 'has
proved the Purons Piaster toj be a blessing to
the consumptively inclined, invariably produc
ing the j most remarkable abatement of the
Principal Asency, 291 Canal Street,
New York City; and fjr Sale by all
DnigglstS. 20:1V , d.
To Georirc Leonard and Josephine Leon
ard. O. K Urown, A'phcua Urown and Ji
scphBipwn, non-residents:' You will take
notice that the foliowi.ig summons has been
issued sbainst vou :
LAVIDSCH Qozzty IX SI PERIHE Ci;l'BT.
N. D. Orrd!, Adm'r of Jos
Brou u, dtcM, PlCjf.
Geo. Leonard and wife Jo- !- Slmjioms.
8cplnne i.conard,. F. Brown.
Alphcus Brown, Jos. Brown,
W. C. Brown, and Charles
STATE OF NORTE CAROLINA.
To the Sheriff of Davidson County ;reet
in;: Youare hereby cotninanded to sum
mon George Leonard, Josephine Leonard,
O. F. Brmvn, Alphcus Brown, Joseph Brown,
W. C. Brown anl Charles Bodetihamcr, Ihc
defendants almve named, if to be found in
your county, to be and appear lcfore the
Clerk of rur Superior Court, for Davidson
county, at the Court House in Lexington,
wiiinn zy o:ays ironi the service of this sum
mons, exclusive of the lav lof service, and
answer the complaint whirl! will lie depos
ited in the office of the Clerk of the Superi
or Court of Sitid count v. within ten dava'aml
leiuiesatt uetendants take notice that if
they tail to answer the said complaint with
in the time prcscrilicd by law. the praintiif
will amd.v to she Court fo- the relief de
manded iri the coir.nlaint. Hereof fail not
and Bf this summon make due return.
Given under my hand and seal this 21st
day of March 1881.
C. F. LmvKi C. S. C. of
23:Gw Davilson County.
DEVON BULL. '
I have a fine Devon stock animal for public ser
rice at moderate rates. Apply to
Salisbury O W.ATWELL.
e Deeds fir sale here
Also various other blaps. -
2 1, .j
, wugtr, Backa. aadrsK, KtlUIafU aadl
thf of tK beM mclicmes kaowa arcoM-J
.Km-J9 - 1. :i ..II 1 r .- rw- 1
to make it the greatect Btee4 Puriter and the j
vcsewMia luamafM Miunr ever asa.
It core Dytptpsia. Rheematiem, Nerafoia,j
Sleepleeeaeet, and all dkeates of the StontechJ
li TO ate wsun away wit Comma ption or J
r-7uncw,mf1ni iwitiwaj. remauet vaat
vw.swwe A MM - tm veep mm mrM BIHTWCTJ
the Beet Faesily Mediciee rre aude. enuxclr i
different from Bitten, Ginger Preparations and i
Other Tmirc lilnisltikMktiMniM1
BmuU. 1 Ti.:. T J. V :
rti...ll 'P.. & 1 ..I-. K .j " .
1 PARKDTS HAIR BALSAM
"-.'' 15: ly I""'
MITH'S .WORM OIL
... i Atheks, Ga., Febrnary 22, 1878.
Sir : My child, tlve years old, had aytnptomV
or worms, j I tried calomel and other Worm
Medicines, hut failed to expel anyj Seeing Air
Bain's certificate, I got a vial of yonr Worm
Oil, and the firnt dose brought forty worms,
ann tnexeconu uoae,so many were pawed 1 did
not count tnem. S. II. Adams.
Prepared hy Dr. E. S. LYNDON,
For SalD Ly Dr. T. F. KLUTTZ.
Salisbnry, X. C,
And Druggists general. 2(J:ly
(PERUVIAN AND HOSE DUST.)
Just in, A Car-Load
Proved entirely nitlsfatory last acneon by
those who tried it. '
BEST Id THE MARKET!
CS-"510.00 c&sh, or 450 pounds of
viotioa in uue c au
100- BARBELS ; -100
VIRGINIA ROVK LIME
Only .1,50 per HjiitcI.
A Lot of Good Secoml-hnml
In Gcoj Order, Cheap.
Als n First-ra to
With three scats,
- A 11 d a
Am receiving my
Every thing in the line, nod nt prices to
suit fm mels. Come stud see ine for low
prices before trading elsewhere.
Also, Ayent for
WANKAMAKEE & BROWN,
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to order. Call and examine samples.
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4 : j
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call on us for printed sale notices. :-: It is certainly great injnsttce. to owners
hair nrnni-rtv nt nnlilip nnMirin withAll! first (nvinor ininla nntt.' ' tQt ti
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II A IJ D V A B E
At Low Figures
Call On the undersigned at No- C, j ranit
i D A.ATWKXL.
Salisbnrv .N C.f Junt 8 -ll.
JAMES M. ttltAY,
gittomcn an tansellor at f ali,
THE BUILDIXZl AlWOIXIXa TfiE COUKTHOUSE.
owner of (iold Mining LantU and Buyers, put lo
All Mlalns Interests meet prompt attention.
Kote'3, aeunts,c. collected.
Ksutes, and all matters ofadmin!itrttors and
Executors, Ac settled -
Iind and all other titles carefully Investigated.
REAL ESTATg AGENCY. Lands in Kowan
au1 adjirfniu counties bouui and sold.
Cominuniuation solicited with those dej4rinj to
buy or sell.
Arrangements made to purchase cheap lands in
Florida. iVxaa and Mluneoui u Hat pail, kuon u ar
the promUted Land).
Lands for sale la Illinois, and along th James
river in Virginia,
Parties dedrlnj; to eiw, or to. North Carolina
furnished with nerciary lufomr.Uion.
N.B. Iindn b-juiit and sold alon? the proposed
Hue of the Wadesboro and Sads'jury i-.dlroad. (This
road must be built whether Anson, suu'.y ami ;ow-
an counslw receive outside awl or not. The prefnsa j
of the day and the awakening eueo.'tes of the peo-1
pie of these counties demand ana mui nave nj
Arransrements ncln perfected to put tow n lots
Salisbury and at other points in market.
P.s. A market ready lor small dost ruble farms.
PBr'Call ft o.tice. jo address I ock lux sw
latasule from a Slinnle Tronical Leaf of Itare
Value. and is a POSITIVE REMEDY lor all the
diseases thai cause p:dos In the lower part of the
body for Torpid Liver Headaches Jaundice
Dizziness, Gravel. Molaria, and all difficulties of the
Kidney, LiYer. and Mrtnary organs. rKor FEMALE
DISEASES Monthly Menstruations, and during
Pregnancy, it lias no equal. Jt restores the organs
that tue the blood,and hence is the best BLOOO
PURIFIER. It Is the only known remedy that cures
BRIGHT'S DIS.ASE. For Diabetes, use WAIT
ER'S SAFE DIABKTE9 CfltE.
For Sale by Druggists and Dealers at S1.2S
, Largest bott in the market, iry iu
H. H WARNER & CO.
ROCHESTER. N. Y
toutflt sent free to those who wish to engage
iu uie uiosi pieasaui ana pronauie Dusincss
known. Everjthlng i.ew. Capital not re
uulred. We will furnish you everything, tio
a uay ana upwarasis easily maoe without staying
away from hoaie over night. No risk whatever.
Many new workers wanted-at once. Many are ma.
king fortuups at the business. Ladies make as much
as men, and youn" boys aud girls' make great pay
So one who is wllllug to wor faiLs to make more
money every day thau can be made In a week at
any ordinary employment. Those who enguge at
once will und a short road to tortune.
Address, w. Hallett & Co.. Portland, Maine.
obtained for new inventions, or for improve
ments in old ones. Caveats. Infringements,
Trade-Mai ks, aud all patent business prompt
ly attended to.- - . .
Invantions that have been Rejected
may still, in moM ch, he patcnlnf hy os.
Beinsr oniKisite the U.S. Putpnt fRo xnil ,.
gagwl in Patent Business Exclusively,
.cv.iu rrtuir iirin ill irsn llllie-inan lOS
who are remote from Washington.
When Inventors send mcslel or sketch, we
make search in the Patent OfTu-P anA .t
as to its natenahiliiv free of charwp. frra.
Knlence confidential ; fees reasonable; and
flQ ' uaarge unless latent is Obtained.
YYe refer by permission to the Citv Post
master, and lo the Superintend
Office Money Order Division in Washsnjtlon.
ror special references, circular, advice, terms,
fcc., address (J. A. SKOW & CO.
Opiiosite Patent Office, Va.hington, D. C.
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FARMERS, LOOK HERE"!-
Slake your Own Guano. ;
RhUfl t.TlAAP tninlll HaalaM akt eneeA . " T
own fertilizers. Most of the material is on your
farms and easy to be had and the balance can be
naa at your nearest town.
better than ihi muri-uiu u, ..w -ia
- . "i " - oiiu ii j uuKrauuiLiM
dealers, w ui be mailed to you on receipt of
ZSifl!008 r 'nP1. no or apparatus
needed besides wfl.U a farmer already has, and the
cxtuoes not eseeed THKEE DOLLAKS per ton
hn3,rrl Pounds put on au acre will make a
oetUT crop than any sruano you can buv. Senri vnr
ATal- V.H with
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NOW IS THE TIME TO S : J
FOR THE WATCHMAN
- Cheap Chattel Mort?aiyc?
. . ?v oler b,nk,, le here
I 1 J l ..--r- " ' -f " J" vjv;c Ul Hie fin I a nil .mt
a of the law on the subject every body knows are Insufficient P
saenccea trom tins cause wneniia aoiiar or two spent in advertUtm .t PnIii
it and made it bring its value. ! fWc furnish Sale notices promntlv .T8 TI
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U no Monamiaa abotit this PnWS TSi V
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nonUla as to Oa in. and It U omeoaciSId
Medical lrorelontole the mnt rtkSi2!2
dUcoTered of reaching and caritithi.TTZz"1'
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miiwry to no many, and npon whom quacki
their aw M sastmni and big 6e!TSl55
jm put up I a neat fcoxea. of thm x;'
tolaat a montaj S3 ; Ko. 8. iBclenUB 4i57li "
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tlastinj orer three inontha, will Hnpvn&faJi
restore Tifftir In -tan wort ewe,) 1 Rf-
ted,ln i i.Uln wrapper. Full D I RECTIcSifei
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workman please leave them with Mwsn.
Klutti is liendltman, Salishnrv, N. C.
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MEBA SEVILLE, X. CV
Established in 1703, "
Is now Pre-pmincnt union p Soutlifrl 1
lloiifdin ScIhmiIs for Boys, in use, nom'
tiers and men t( patrtiinpe. I lie w
Session begin Jannaiy 12, 1881.
catalogue, ri vinr fuirparticulars, i
Address, - . i
Maj. 11. IJixgham, Sop't. ;
Ontllt furnished free, with fun Inst roctW
ror conducting the muwt profltaDie uukdt-
f Vi ! f ftnvtnA aim ai itfiira In . Ttiff tUlB
bmM ny 4t lcara, ftD3ur'ln ntctico
so slitinle and nlaln that anrone can tnal great Ff
Uis troin the very start. No one can fall wfcols
lug to ork . w omen are as successful a men.
and girls can earn large sums. Many have m"?:
the business over one hundred dollar? ln B
week. Notiiing like It ever known before. AH J
engage are surprise at tb ease and rapWitr
whUKthu. A. ..i.i . -...i.. mm iai ra"
nuivumr air uifir ur ujuikr upmicj . v - .
gage in thlsbiwInessdnrtngourparetlineMPJ
pront. l ou no not nave to invest capnai iu i- -
take all the risk. Those who neeil ivaur
should write to us at one. All furnishrd
dress, Tbck 4t'o Augu.su, a"06
SALISBURY, IT. C.
Dealer in Tin
ill AVI In d0'
Stoves in full
lor. Cook and
to the ljcst.
Short Notice. ' i
Vonrseiifeany twlw LM
ni imlilian i-h;,nr Ul offered, lucll
1 alwaysjceeplnjr Pv,el w' ,
vntnirv nf the onrwi rbance for ID skin? aff.Vo
are offered, fenerally bw-ome wealthy. lLftiv;
who do not tmprore sue chances rrmaininr' fflt
We want many men. women, boys,anipri-
foruartgrht ln their on localities. J;
win pay more man ten umra " , term,
...f..w AMvnAnPVA MMt anil all ulill J -
ritirifKh tn.i rwuiiKliro nutnt and all tnai it.
man len umn ' err
free. No one who eneaces tails to ne
ii.' " ""r.."" 'Vt , Full I
tf rspldir. You can devote yournof"
and all that is nerded sent free. wgisfc
81-ly SnKSoa & Co., PorUiw. .
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