How to Use Bones.-
iblant foot! is concentrated in bones;
tnit most gardncrs who make a btisi
W of raising frtftt and vegejaijlesv
" - . . .
appreciate their valrte. The great
drawback to their use is me uiujcuuj
6f reducing theirf tosufScientnene,
ho that plants may immediately approi
4riatethejTi. If bone mills were more
.common, and the adultefatfon of .the
ground bone tfere Ies trcqnent, tuu
rai;i;i vti1 hn more
commonly used; Etcn.withotft bone
mills there is no need of wasting the
bones,- if one h3 a garden. We
bave applied them with great pro
fit in several ways. In tree plant
ing they are almost indispensable.
They can be had of village boys gen
erally for about twenty-five to fifty
cents a barrel. They pick them up
about the streets gardens ana siatigii
, . . . . y t 11 i
teahouses the remnants of butchers
meats sold to families; This kind of
bone is nne enough to oe put. into
- t - t - x
' borders for grape vines' and fruit
! trees,.and to bury under old trees,
Without any preparation. A bushel of
these bones to a newly planted tree is
none tow much, and one may. safely
plant five-bushels under a bearing
apple or pear tree, or grape vine? So
large results will r.t follow ininie
diateljr from these coarse pieces ixS
from the ground article, or from sttper
phosphate But there will-be in the
soil a supply of food for many years
to come, and the roots will appro
priate it as they have need. The fine
rootlets till seek the bodes as eagerly
as they seek water iir-a .tile drain
We haye frequently taken up grape
vines planted in this way$ and found
the whole mass of bona,' oncd solid
penetrated with fine roots. We doub
if any investment in fertilizers pays
better than in these bones from butch
ers' meat, which are quite plentiful in
bur villages; Another method of using
them is with the hammer or stone
sledge; . This requires some expendi
tu're of muscle or of money; Tb
Common bones are tougli and require
heavy blows to crush them. Parts
will be brushed quite fine and some
will remain in inch pieces; They may
be applied to the soilfor all ordinary
crops; especially for turnips in this
partly broken state, with profit; It is
still better, however, to reduce them
to a finer jjtate, by fermentation in a
Compost beap, or by treating with
Wood ashes. If they are pui into a
task and mixed with alternate layers
bf" wood ashes, and kept moist, they
will soon go to', pieces, and the fine
mixture will hatb a lares nriressinri nf
potash and be made riiore valuable
and better adapted tocrdps that-want
a gpod deal of potash. If Wood ashea
are not convenient, the bones may be
fmnitri tori in a m I i , -s. !i I.
Aviuuui&ii in a WUIUSb llCa J Willi
jjood garden soil. Put them into any
fermenting mass of vegetable or ani
mal matter, and the bones3 will add to
the heat and become very fine; After
fermentation is over, thewhole mass
should be shovelled over, and in-
. a - .
timately mixed, and it may be spread
broadcast or put in the hill as a con-
cent rated raauure. This way is good
enough, though it requires inore time
than the reduction of bone j by sul-
uburic acid . whicdS rnst
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requires more careful handling. We
have used bones in all these methods,
with great profit, for thirty yearsaud
fexpect to use them while we j eat the
fruits of the garden; Never throw
ftway any of the bones; '
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Regularity of Meals
If a person should eat his dinner
to-day at 12 o'clock to-morrow at 2
fand the iext at 3, and continue in
this irregular manner for a couple of
weeks, his nervous system would be
come entirely deranged, for the reason
that the individual has prevented this
natural tendency of the nerves to
have a fixed periodic time to (leraand
the food, and as a consequence from
such irregularity indigestion is the
result and on- account of intimate
connection of the nerves and the brain,
very serious and detrimental effect
upon the latter is produced, fusing
mental inactivity and loss of memory.
But on the other hand, ir we shotii'd
tat our dinner to-day at 12, to-morrow
and the next day at the same
hour, we will find that this periodicity
has been established; and the little
messengers, the nerves, will Warn us
exactly at 12 that our regular period
has arrived. It therefore follows that
if we comply with the request every
day promptly we will find good di
gestion, quiet nerves, better memo-
ry and a more active mind, to be the
A new Suit of Clothes Even Eight
WeeksA Diet of Mice foods
1 -, t '
From Ore ranalelpMa Record.
"Some Critturs arc born Itrcky. Now
neither yoti nor me could slrake our
old coat and put on a new one5 unless
We put up the needful. et oiy wards
here have got . their spring Suits free
rrrn risf ana for nothirrtr; That isn't
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what I call eoualitv'
So Said Keeper Shepherd; yeSter-
4 ' I
dav, as he tickled a king shake with
one hand and dangled in the other a
ffkin which one of the rattle tribe bad
just discarded, I he -Kecord man,
having learned that the reptiles" had
awakened front their winter sleep, had
dropped into" the snake house at the
Zoo a kind 61 informal call, as it
were- for the ptifpese of expressing
his hope that their slriiribers had been
pleasant, and that they vTtfflld have a
jolly time during the summer months.
Either, however, ther creatures wete
not in a mood for receiving company
or else they were unfavorably ini
pressed with the appearance of the
visitors, for not a single one conde
scended to raise its head and acknowl
edge the salutation. Bnt the uninvited
caller' was not to be snubbed, aiid ac
cordingly he proceeded to arouse the
two rattlesnakes with the point of his
umbrella. The effort was so far suc
cessful that, on the principle "self-
preservation is the first law of na
ture," he was glad hastily to with
draw the giugham arid shut the door
.t 1 i 1 I Jl i l .
oi the glass case; wnue me tans wen
"rattle, rattler and the creatures
tongues kept time io the music
"Some people think that snakes
only shed their skins at certain sca
sons of the year," said Keeper Shep
terd "That's; a mistake. If they are
well fed and kept right warm they
change their cbats about every eight
weeks through the year When they
live otiS of doors they are, of course,
in a state of torpor during the cold
weather, andj generally, when they
come to, they are off with the old and
on with the new befure they think of
getting anything to eat. Then they
change eviry j ten weeks until winter
come around again."
"Does it pain them ? Not a bit of
it. You seer the skin of a snake does
not increase in size as the reptile
growsj as with us. While the old
skin is getting: smaller by degrees, a
new one is farming underneath, and
the other gradually gets dry. When
it is ready to j shed it loosens around
the lips, and ; the reptile rubs itself
against the earth or the rock in the
cage, and turns the upper part over
the eye and the lower part over the
throat; Then 11 commences to glide
around the glass case, all the time
rubbing itself against something until
the entire skin is worked off. Some
times this takes days ; occasionally
they get rid of this incumberance in a
few hours, i
"It don't cost much to feed 'em,"
went on the) Keeper, as lie surveyed
his family, some thirty-seven, all told.
"In the summer they get their rations
every two or three days, and about
the same intervals in the winter; that
is, when we can keep the tempera
ture above 60w Wheu it gets below
that they go to sleep and don't want
anything. These king Snakes here
live on garter snakes, which we pick
up handy hei'e on the river banks and
in the woods. I generally go on a
foraging expedition about once a Week;
Here's the rattlers ; they fancy mice.
We give little boys two cents apifcee
for all they; bring. Sometimes the
rattlers get a bird by way of a treat;
All the dtherji live on birds nd mice,
except this Indigo snake. He has a
partiality for. toads and land lizzfds,
and the youngsters generally keep
him well supplied and earn an honest
lenhy by the operation. .
"That fellow once coiled around
my leg andj sent his teeth into the
muscles before I could say 'boo.'
What did t do? Just gripped him
below the head until he opened his
mouthj and held him so until I had
unwound the Whole ten feet of him. 1
had a bad limb of it after, though; I
tell you. Another time-, while I was
doctoring a rattlesnake) he got me by
the thumb and gave me a nasty bite-.
That time, also, J Was very sick, but,
as you see, Ifm here yet.
rtD6 they know met Guess dot; I
dont belivee they have a bit of in
telligence. iTor all I feed them nA
care for them, they would as lief bite
me as any stranger. I can handle a
Cowl many; of them Safelv. but it'
oily the knack of the thing not that
they woiu bite, but thattbey can't
get me chance, I've tried to make
pets of some of them," and make them
understand peculiar whistles and
sounds, bat it was love's labor lost;
I couldn't make one of the whole lot
know me from any one else if I gave
the balance of my life to the job.
They'll go for everybody who don't
give theui a wide berth wbelher it's
friend or foe." r
The Necessity of Sleep".
Rev. Dr. DfeeiSs. uastor of "The
Church of the Strangers," New York,-
has written an article' which appears
in the Phrenological JdUrnalj and
which we recom ni6'i to our readers as
worthy of careful perusal; The fo-
lowing is a portiob o"f the article al
One of the niosi important tilings
to know about any man upon whom
you are going to (place any depend
ence, is how he sleeps. Sleeplessness
may sometimes bej in voluntary. There
may have been isorae shock to the
mau's nerves whifcti has made him in-
somnoleut ; but sleeplessness is tnorp
freduetitly voluntary. Men choose to
push their studies or their work into
those horifS whin ihey should be asleep.
It does not matter for what cause any
man may do ikh j the mere fact of not
sleeping spoils his case; He may
spend his nights iti lh theatre, in the
study, or in the "protracte'd meeting.
It will make no difference ; the result
to' the body will ;be the same: The
sleep Was not had, and for that the
man must pay. One man may do with
a little less sleep than another; but
as a general rule, if yon want a clerk
a lieutenant, a lawyer, a physician, a
legislator, adjudge, a president, or a
pastor; do not trust your interests to
any man that docs not take on an av
erage eight good, solid hours of sleep
out of every twenty-four Whatever
may be his reason for it, if he does
not give himself that, he will snn
some time just when you want him to
"The intellectual and moral con
nections of sleeping have, I think-
not been sufficiently appreciated. Men
and boy3 have been praised for ''burn
ing the midnightjoil." Nov$ the "mid
night oil" is a delusion and a snare
The student who is fast asleep at 11
o'clock every night and wide awake
at seven o'dlt&fc every morning is go-;
ing to surpass another studont of the!
same intellectual ability who goes to
bed after twelve and rises before five.
In sleep the pliite on which the pic
ture is to be taken is receiving its'
chemical preparation, and it is plain
that that wiiicli is the best prepared
will take the best picture:
"Men who are the fastest asleep
hen they are asleep are the widest
awake when they are awake. Great
workers are great resters.
Every man Who has clerks in his
employ ought to know what their
sleeping habits arc. The young man
who is up till two, three and four
o'clock in the morning, and must put
in his appearance at the bank or store
at nine or ten o'clock, and work all
day, cannot repeat this process manv
days without a certain shakiness com
ing into his System which he will en
deavor to steady by some uelusive
Stiraulous. It is in this way that
many a young man begins his course
to ruin. He need not tcceSsarily
have been in bad company. He has
lost his sleep; and losing sleep is los
ing strength and grace. '
"Here is the outline of the histo
ry of a suicide within my own knowl
edge: A young niaiii a stranger in
New York, in a good situation, in a
large boarding-house, has pleasant
young companions; spends his eve
nings out; goes to midnight parties,
frdni eleven to seven; if his nerves
become disturbed, then a little drink;
a little mistake in business another
drink ; reproof from employer more
drink j mere mistakes, loss of situa
tion, no help from frivolous com pat -ions,
money all gone, then turned out
of the ! boarding-house, wandering in
the streets, mortification, desperation
"Now, it does not always come to
this; but all people who are losing
sleep are somewhere along this line.
They are somewhere in the rapids.
"We must begin a reform in this
departmentv People who "call and
profess themselves Christians" must
refuse to go out in the evening to
any Amusement, to any entertainment,
to any religious exercises, from which
they cannot leave at ten oelock,
and be in their beds at eleven. The
alwurd and ruinous custom of guests
arriving at nine and ten o'clock and
supper being served between eleven
and twelve must be opposed.'
Mortgage Deeds for ale here
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FACTSl SPEAK I THENSELYES !
Health is a great blessing, j Disease is a
want of ease, and without th earners and
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.They have completely sftpcrceded mercury and
bteedingj which was found in very general use
Jn thi country fifty years ago. ! 1 said that the
oue was poisonous and the other a murderous
trestffrent; the remedial power of nature had
not otity o cure the disease, but to eradicate
mercurial poisons and Mipply new streams of
blood to exhausted patients, which was too
mnch or any constitution; that my plan' of
treatment wits tcr remove disease by purifying
the blood with Bra'ridrelh'af Pills, for when the
blood was thus made pare, the medical force
of nature; came into full play,' arid, unless God
willed otherwise, the patient was sure to re-
c6ver. Brandretli's YUli dssirt nature in all
her effort?. It is nature that cures disease and
not medicine. Every olhei couise of . treat
ment only (h rows great obstacles in the way Of
the constitution. I ant happy to say that bleed
ing; which I said was" always improper, has
been generally abandoned by the medical pro
fession: af3 that the poisonous qualities of mer
cury have been' so far recognized that the use
of it has been forbidden in the; United btalea
Army, by the Snrgeon-Generalj In the calen
dar for 1881, 1 puhliih numerous easff cf cures
by Brandreth's Pills: sotfrfe' 6 them so remark
able aA to be little t-hort of miraculous: But
they are true, and the witnesses can be seen
and consulted. If Brandreth's Pills were used
in every family, each box would be a magazine
of health and a pei feet medicine chest.
that Brandreth's Pills, taken on an empty sloth
ach, create no nausea, vomiting, or griping
They do good any time, hut are most effective
and agreeable taken on going to bed, when lit
tle, or better still, no supper has been eaten.
COSTIYENESS AND DJSPEPSIA CURED.
ErjZACETH Falls, Maine, Qct. 31, 1880.
Hon. B. Brandretii : My Dear Sir I like
to have a good supply of Brandreth's Pills in
my house, and therefore enclose yon an order
Jbr two dozen boxes. I tfnst learned the vir
tues of these Pills when I was troubled with
obstinate costiveness and dyspepsia. By taking
Brandreths t ills, two every night, for a
month, my digestion was restoreJ, and I be
came -perfectly regular.
CURE OF COUGH.
Nobtii Fairfield, Huron County, Ohio,
October 6, 1879.
Hoy. B. Brandretii: My Dear Sir Some
years ago I was a broken down invalid, with a
bad cough, and pain in mv side, which (he
doctors thought came from liver complaint,
but none of them could do any good. I com
menced using Brnndi elh's Pills, taking three
the brut night, and mcreasiug one every night
for a week, then rested a week, and commenced
again. In six weeks 1 grew well and strong,
entirely recovered my health, and have re
mained so ever since. v . E. Jackson.
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Principal Agency, 294 Canal Street,
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To Georto Leonard and Josepliina Leon
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issued ttsainst you i
DAVIDSON County I IX SITEB10R COURT.
N. B. Orn.tl, AdmV of Jos
Brown, der'd, PIVJT.
A tut in ft
Geo. Leonard and wife jo- Summons
seplune Leonard.!). F. Brown,
Alphcus Brown, Jos. Brown,
W. C. Brown, and Charles
STATE 62 NORTH CAROLINA.
To the Sheriff of Davidson County ffreet
inr : You are hereby commanded to sum
mon George Leonard, Josephine Leonard,
O. F. Brewn, Alpheus Brown,. Joseph Brown,
W. C. Brown and Charles Bodcnliamcr, the
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Clerk of our Superior Court, for Davidson
county, at the Court Ilouse in Lexington,
within 20 days from the service of this sum
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answer the complaint which will lc depos
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let the said defendants take; nolU-e that if
they fail td aikwer t"lesid complaint with
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will apply to the Court for the relief de
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and ftl'.is summons make due return.
Given under my hand and seal this 21st
day of March 1881.
C. F. Lowe. C. S. C. of
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ISAAC LOFLIN, Excctrtor of
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JOHN LOFLIN, J. C. PAT
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To Harris Loflin, James Loflin,
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Take notice that the alove named plain
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Fee Simple Deeds. Deeds in Trusf,- JioftgagrDecd?, Cothikiiissioners' beerf, 0r
Uceils, CUattle .Mortgages, t arra tomnrcw, r jjiarriago ana conqrmation Cmifi 11
Distilrcrs Entries and Tarious; other forms for sale at the ""i'V
" " . ' : - watch-Max officii-
Admtntrafo3,- eiectitors, cblrritssTosera,'
call on iis for printed sale notices. It is
tneir propeny ai pttouc suniim niuiuuiuisi, 5"u hiic nonce or the sale- tk"
quiremehts of the law on the subject every body knows are insufficient &i 1H
often sacrificed frdfa this cause when ;a dollar or two spent in advertising Lt-JrH
j saved it and made it bring its vilae.
Fruits,- - Canoies,
Pictures, And A
32: , tf
WHEi YOl WAXT
At Low Fignres
on the undersigned at No- 2, Granit
D A. AT WELL.
Salisbttrv.N. C. JoneSlf.
JAMES M. OKAY,
glttatntg n)i tonsellor at
TIIK BUILDIXO ADJOIX1XO ThE COURTHOUSE.
owners of GoldMlnlnir Lands ami Buyers, put In
All Mining interests meet prompt attention.
Notes, accounts, &c. collected.
Estates, and all matters ot Adinlnisrratoin and
Executors, c. settled
Land and all other titles c:reftniy mvesligatetl.
REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lands In Rowan
and adjolnia-f counties ooutit and solJ. -
Communication solicited with lhore desiring to
buy or sell.
Arrangements made to pr.rclus.- cheap lands In
Florida, Texas and Minnesota 0 part know n us
the promised Land).
Lands for sale In Illinois, and alon the James
river In Virginia. 1
Parties desiring to leart, or wt to, North Cartl'na
furnished with 'necessary information.
N.K. Lands bought and sold along the proposed
line of the Wadesborn and Salisbury r iHror.:!. (Tht
road must bs bull whether Anson, Starry and r ow
an counties receive outside all or not. rue rgn-s
of tneuiy anu tun !iw;tKemnr rw -:n- '
pie of these counties demand and !i:us! na . e i j.
Arrangements beln perfvtel-to put towu'tuts in
Salisbury and at other pciuis Ui ms-rkt-t.
P.s. A market ready for small dfslr.tt-le farms.
tT"Cail at ofrlo?. .10 address ; nx ."!(
aji i gg?
Is made from a simple Tropical Leaf ot. Ware
Value, and is a POSITIVE REMEDY for all the
diseases thai cause Dales in the lower part of the
body for Torpid Liver Headaches Jaundice
Dizziness, Gravel. Mol-.irla, and all dlfflcultles of the
Kidney, Liver, and Mrinary Organs. For FEMALE
DISEASES Monthly Menstruations, and during
Pregnancy, It hris no equal. It restores the organs
that i;ifc the blood, and hence is the best BLOOO
PURIFIER. It is the only known remedy tH at cures
BRIGHT'SdlS-Ase. For Diabetes, use WAKN
EK'S SAFE DIABK I ES CUKE.
For Sale by Druirtftsts and Dealers at $1,2S
per bottle. Larjrest lxtfS In the market. Jry it.
H . H- WARNER L CO. Uochcstek. K. Y
(j) p Outfit sent free to those who wish to engage
V Kin the most pleasant and proflable business
ii I known. Everything i.er. Capital not re-
V quired. We will furnish you everything. $ 10
a day and upwards is easily made without staying
away from home over night. No risk whatever.
Many new workers wanted at once. Many are ma.
klnjr frtuhe8 at the business. Ladies make asmtrcn
as men, and young boys and girls make great pay
No oue who is willing to worn fails to make more
money every day than can be made in a w eek at
any ordinary employment. Those who enguge at
once will tind a short road to iortube.
.Address, li. hallett & Co., Portland, Malnei
01:ly ' '
obtained for new inventions, or for improve
ments in old ones. Caveats, Infringements,
Trade-JJstkP, nhd all patent business prompt
ly attended to.
Inventions that have been Rejected
may still, in most cases," be patented by us.
Bei"nr opposite the U. S. Patent Office; and en
jiagetl in Patent Business Exclusively,
we can secure patents in less time than those
who are remote from Washington.
When Inrentors send model or sketch, we
malte search in the Patent Office, and advise
as to its patenabilitv free of charge. Corres
pondence confidential ; fees reasonable: and
NoCharpe Unless Patent is Obtained.
we ret er by permission la the City Post
master, and to the Superintendent of the Post
Office Money Order Division in Washington.
tor special references, circular, sdvice. terms.
&c., address 0. A. SNOW & PO
Opposite Patent Office, Washington, D.C.
It U30yn the eldest, and onf rrtnlrffim
inons Medicine now la market. rrrpan-dODtYbr
uccewor to M. A. Slmmona, M. D. In ind
$1 botUe. and pcktge. byallDnSUrT
NOW IS THfi flME TO SU
FOR THE WATCHMAN
Cheap Chattel Mortgaffet
Tarioui other blank for gal here '
X IVmjt- Of"!
sheriffs,- constables, agents, &c , arel ad-1
certainly great injnst ice te owner t
furnish sale noticfes promntlv anS Ivf
A THlj-aM Discovery and New DT L I
Kmed, f oTtha ipwd rSS
nal KmtestoM i;if ??V?t of to2
av. : Direct Application l' I
t!Jt??,1,Sct"' Prostate CU, '!: W
nse.ot the Kejnedy i, attended w ttno r?5
vsnieoc and do not tntrfer wab1 1$
pnniuiU of life; it U quickly dSoh5 1
tlv effect tjpoa the felual .nd,"J-
thms wrecked from neifbuse and eTl!.n
boaltta and sound memorv, reraovin? th. T??St4
01 prematttrs ota aga usually tucmnrJkr"
Jroubto. and restoring perfect Se! v"t
H hM been dormant forjoars. XhU moIui!!?
meni ha. rtood the test la rery
eeribeS latheaa troubles, l.Jmf "S?"
pos. to, with but little ifTny peVuntlf,!
to no Nonsense about th Preparation. l-nSaJ
erratlon enable tt positively guaranS7Z?t
. will Civ eatisfaction. burin thlTJu rtlSl
it has been la eeryrai use, ye have tnounaSo?
? Us Value, and it is cow conoeW h?S
Itedical l'ro.eeslon to be the most ration2m!ail2
Discovered of reachiixr and cnrin.iki. ""''"
trouble, that is well known to be thecuotiit2
misery to ao oany. and noon whnm "!
their ntnlalt niMmm unH hi a -fciTr.17 "
is put up In noat boxesjpf three nizes. Ko. 1
to last a month,) $3; ITo. 8, uml ient to ,S2
raanent cure, unless in severe caw I5 v .
(lastine oer three months. a111 tnn miJi .n
severe cases. s? Vl
, in Bum emiMtom
aeaied, in plain wrappers. Fuil UIRECIiOKaS -
usiner wm eccompany EACH BOX.
' AC H .
i let giving A Miitouiirat I lluxlrut.tu,
ft ttiidTetitttnnny, trhit-h trill rmMfimtm
1 Hi. I l
LI tint nont Hln-ptiml that thr-y
tttl fur fli t ilttiie f lifft, NnjHe a! iff
Merer ajfevteH. Svhl OXt,t bm .
KAMA'S RZMEDY CO. f&rz. CHTJfSl
Market P.h Sts. -St. Louis, Ma
A B-wan4 coatlrte I.I IDR TOWfBUrb
rmitJininr Chjpl.n ea A LohiprtcM Wm;
nolPSeiction of Wif. T.n&tmtn f flir
rtr, "TtiBBtnmtBU. MrriiiT. Advice ullnJ -
C liH. ! HI 11.. .-HtHimmt, Uf m4 rmilUtr. ' fi 1 i tl ta
K..". JJ .. U-nM-s I .-f M I ... ... ..........
li U alw i Pri vote xledical Adviser " n iIihmci
ftftinr from impure 5riuil afftnctatmiit. am!:nB Bc!tibuaw4l
.ni t riiffliMjf!. Itf. .. Kif-h r Lm
. P -u mmi ml mmmw. tt
mm W Jnmf tmmfmmt0
1 B f ritac, .VMfay. ' '
I"- CjTTSLCiyrt)ISA3T, s. f s. H'h fit
titmm tuff iH Mi
ILLUSTEAfiD FIOBAI. GUIBL
' fr jhm is an Eieg;
nt. I'.ook fit I'iijT'-s, One C
and 6w Il;ii.itr;tti(iiis. with i
' ea riower i'lat;
script ions of the best Flowers aftd Yet'taWe ani
iJi. ecuoiis ior fmmiu. tuny iu cunts. - in tnf
;lsii or (Jernian. if you afterwards order smlsd
dut-t-the n irnis.
VICK'S SKKIS Are' the JbORt In the world-. TV
Kuikal ;i ilk vvu mi how to get and grow ihrtii
VICK'S KiAI'-V Kit AND VStrfcTAKf.K AKtlE.V
173 rases. 6 Colored IMutr-s. 5ml Knirnivlncs: F
; cents 1 paper covers; Sl.uu In elegant i :6l"u. a
i (ierman or rjillsh.
Vl:KS ll.U Si i: TED MONTHLY MrV.AZttl
j S'2 Prt yes, it t olomt Plate in every miL-tlxr iM
! manv tin Knrr.r.inis. rlf ti.ts a vrjf rlW
cop-.es for .'; specimen Numters fj,t
ccnt. : 3 trial ccplrs for 5 enS.
J.VMrV l K. Koeiirsti-r.s. T. .
The Largest and BestJEaiflily Paper in
the World. .
Send for Sample CopijFreC,
new ronn os&sziveii, .
37 ! I'ark Row, IYcit Yort
Outfit furnished free; with full lnstmftKKJI
for conducting the most prontunic ouaiK
' lso easy to learn. an3 our lnstrurtionsi'
j simple and plain thatanyonecan njakegrealN
uis ironi tne very start. o one can ion wuuisi
lag" tojvork. Wolnen are as successful us uiea. Bofi
and girls can earn large sums. . Many have nw
the business over oue hundred dollar? iu UJ
wee. Nothing like It ever-known before.- All
enssigT1 are surprised at the ease and raiddlty wm
which they are able to make money. . Yoll cJ
gag? in this business duringyour spare tlinMlFJ
profit. You do not have to Invest capital In It.
take all the risk. Those who need ready
should write to us at onee. All furnished fre. A
dresj. Trck Co., Augtista, Hum
5l:ly ' .
i JUST RECEIVED t?"
AT RICHMOND PRICES:
Red and Saplcn Clovcrj
' Orchard Gras.s -'
- Fresh and Genuine
Jolintm Kobliitts' c. .
At Wlrolcfealo and -Retail
ONION STS For Sale
WASTEO, Onion Set.
- At EhM
- SALISBURY, frC.
Dealer irt Tin- I I L A" J": t will
Ware Coer .M I
wure, stills, - t
Store in full 5 -.fr cheaper
variety. Par- l8Sfl.I53'MU
ior, AWm. anu - titf.
Office, from $3
tin? eheanest v. i
to the best.
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