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At the colore! convention here on
liist Satiirtlhy.to nppoint delegates to
the Gold&boro Gonycnlion, a rcoln
tjon was adopted censuring ; Collec
tor Everett for not! putting colored
men in office. Everett xlidr Tapyoint
QnVcolorcd storekejjper jand assign
him to a distillery near ftowu here,
and we have been told that some of
the "stalwart Repubiicans" were so
!isgustedl at the) jdea of-" a nigger
store-keeper, that they in'cuced one of
A Small Pox Preventive.
j Th LouisvilleOncr-buntaZ re
fatet the following: i .
j Aft instance of the efficacy of cream
tartar as a prophylactic against the in
fection of small pox, has been recently
demonstrated in a prominent family
hi liouisyille. v Several weeks ago a
case of small pox was developed in the
hoasc, and was sent .
-Iiospital promptly a
to the eruptive
soon as the na-
ture 'of the disease was established be
yond a doubt, but not before all the
members if the family hail been ex
posed to the contagion for two or three
days. By the advice of a friend, the
; family. was induced to driirk. freely
i JnA nAnn nf frottm Inrtflr wnfer. in
i P ?il...iiiinnnr(inn tf on nnnfp fn .1 nint
I VUV ' VV1 kl VU w j w - - w " J
f of water Every memberjof the fam
I ily has so far escaped! while the coach-
man, who waited occasionally on the
sick man, and who did not drink the
1 cream tartar, contracted the disease,
I and is now a patient at the pest house.
lAil fear of the reappearance of the
I disease in the. family 1 has been dissi
pated, andthe use ofjthis simple reic
; cdy as a prophylactio and a modifier
of small; pox is recommended.
r Reports fom all sections of North and
WILCOX, GI15BS & CO.'S
' A A. . .1 . 1,1. 44 Ml I rtil f I
panners 10 uraw h wpnf " bein" unk
f the concero rather than submit . at law of
. -- ' .i .-'-' ! liotnrr nnK
a it.W nston ScnIineL -
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AHEAD I AG AIM AS
j Is the BEST and Most Reliable and CHEAPEST Fertilizer in use, and that the
WILCOX, GIBBS & C0.'S SUPERPFO SPHATE,
which we put out for the first time last
i'liospnatc on the JViarkct. t . j . ! . 1
J It is not necessary for us to say anything about thicse Fertilzcn jis the reports which
might be obtained from bur agents, or ourselves, coyer tlie vlli&H subiectl and will ara-
J ply repay pcrusil. We will have a mmlerate supply bf eachhich can be obtained
4 from our Agents, payable injCotton next Fall. If there is no Agtmt at jour Railroad
I Depot, net vour merchant to order it.
it 16:2 m
f l has maintained the same high standard and given universal satisfaction for 20 years. It
j is almitte.l to bo best in use. Persons wishing to use,it Svill please forward us their or-
-v ....... ... ws " cf luuv c jiw.fj Liiuir iTnuiics till UUF OUOKS WfllCll Will til
: sure delivery when tailed for. Salisbury, Feb. 15, X882. '
; D. R Julias is acting as Agt for us.
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j' I ; ; l ' , " '! (-; .j ' ' 1 j
H i f",u rtetermmed to convert my general Hardware Buslnesslnto Vacbtoery. ACTtcultural Imnie.
. SI ! i I ' ineut.awl t'liit-U pxclusl velv. I now i mr tor hash T.tr. 0.-.1, A J ui,iraJ.li,Ti
? 1 - io? "5? mnV Mi Kluikt s. 1 .Tf L
hi..: 1 1. ; r aSTT55 asvucj ipr me iouowing named ma- ,
' OclserHe.wiaioreaiJViorseiWeni -
h h "H-..-" iikt.rt klluffiiiao MihS.iw,,.i-- '
iThnm ..' 11. L..,. - " V, V""3-
B. K, .vrery t "Son's Sulky Hows, waiting p.iim
Mm,rMe. j " 7 walking Oath a
ww iu ken.
H -Warke"sl:l!eriows: "ii ! :i .
2-st -Mickeye anu caamnlon-liowm nfl.ro' t
r-- - i - a - r 1 B
and Prices.' Address D. LANDRCTH & SONS, Philadelphia
. ; r-:' j f I . 1 i 1 I Trim nintiTii v "W w -,j I . . "
. The Coilor'aii.l Lustre of Youth are rcrtor
cd to failed or txy hair by the use 01 i nr
kcr'-g IIai Dalsani, it harmless dressing hig
lv esteemed tor its perfume and pur;:j. j
" Ocl3-Kovl3 1 ' S'Z I r -
Is Tiik ScrK-
n n lu mwm 1 i ri w. s
C. C. Krider.fAdm'f bf Rosanna S. Cartncr,
.; Plaintiff, ,j f j-j
Fredrick Cartuerf and others, Heirs at Law,
Defendants, f j
Petition to Lad rod Assets.
Tt flnnonrinfr to the Court that the Heirs
, ""nTnr vPikPr. dee'd. (their names
' J ." . . .1.. u.
nown to the piainim;, iue uku
;f?thrinei Boston, (their names.
Bown to the Piaintm i in ucir
being unknown to TOPiu.ui,r
TJ manner, oarM " " ' " i
ta:,i T.nlf onrl wifn Susan. .Wasli-
a L'ni ikAMtn I fill n r.miirrai
detenaanif m inis uuc,
limits of 4he State. It is therefore orderjed
tti.f nnM;i.itinn made for six successive I
weeks in the Cirolina Watchman," notify
ing the said defendants, andi all the heirs
fit law of Rosanna 8 Gartner! whose names
may be unknown to the plaintiff, to appfar
at tne omce oi ine vicr. u s w ..?
Court of Rowan county, at the Court House
in Salisbury n or .before Jlonday the 21th
day of March, ,1882, and answer the com
plaint of the.plaintiff, a copy of which is
.lonoslted in tlie bffiee of the Superior Court
clerk for said county. and that if they fai? to
answer tue sameompiaim, xue piaumu wm
apply to the Court for tho relief demanded
e tne corapiainti
This 2d day of February , 1882. f
i r!J.M. IIORAH, Clerk
17:6w j ; : Sup'rourt Rowala County:
I will mail (free, the recipe for a simple Veg
table Balk thatwili remove tan, r beukj.
Pimfuks and Blotches, leaving th? kin so",
lAr and boantiful: also instruction for prodti-
- . . " ww nZ . . I
cing a luxuriant growth pi hairon a bald ueao
or smoh face. Address, inclosing3c.8tamp,
" r r. il
lb82 i ' i 7
IN o tics troLUreaitors i
k j; U r
All persons haying claims against the es-
tate of Joseph Miller, deceased, arc ivcreDV
notified to exhibit the same-to the under
signed bicfore thp 23d dayt of February,
1883. This 21st day of February, 1883.
Tobias Millkk. .Executors ot
Alfbed Miller. ( Joseph Miller.
South Carolina, Georgia and
claim that the
season, has proved uncxcelljcd by any Acid
WICOX, GIBBS & CO,
, Savannah, Ga. & Charleston, S. C.
Of this btandard Fertilizer on -hand and 'read r far AoWxprv It
, - r McCUBBINS & BEALL.
Orders to lumt or ourselves will have prompt
-j 1 rlfwl Cutter , , , .
-UM? Mills an ETaporators. '
Miiirrs rienca mirrurist wins.
i- . c.eicrutu Sewing JUacuines.
- ; Keutueky liazird lane and bUibt-W Powder
' AVUnti.? (nani Powfier.r
. 1 Robert Lawson a, Cba. Buez llarnessL
i ICf 1TTT I A lm f t .
every man's door. If our
SEEDS aro not sold In your
town, drop us a Postal Card for
Handsomo lllustratod Catalogue
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ioq a CDnTrn ! 1 fl R 2
UUa. M. - - -
t v pftss von
. - p, nK has a supply
A A (i
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CD. 7HI, I
"LIFE iriSURANCE" MADE CHEAP
Table Shotoivg 'Actual Cost loMembers
of $4,000 Unsurance for One
YearXMarch 1, 1879, to
March 1, 1880);
L ' t -
Fjrsfc ciaiss, aged 18 to 30 years. . .917 00
gecoml 30 u 40 ...2125
Tliird " 40 45 " .,.2550
Fnntth 45 " 50 " ...3400
f :fti. i I ;n u HI nn
sixth " . i 55 w. ... csoo
r !'... JiB..&XcHreelr, Ag't.
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, Everybody wnts it, but very few get It,
; boctfaso most peoplo do not know how to
j select coffee, or ft is spoiled ba the itxistlng
or making. Tq obviate these difficulties
has been our study. Thurbers package
Coffees arc selefto J by an expert who un
derstands the art of bloudin various tta
, Ipor&i They aro toasted la the most perfect
s Jmiaaer (It I3 possible to roast well in
'small quantities), thou put in pound pack
ages (in the bean, not ground,) bearing our
signaturo as a uarautco of genuineness,
and each package contains tho Thurber
Tecipo for iaiking good Coffee. We
pack two kinds, Thurber's " No. 34,"
strong and pungent, Thurb r3 "No. 41,"
mld and rlch Ono or tho other will
suit 'every tasjtfe Thoy havo the three
great points, jpootl quality, honest quan
tity, ireaaondblq price. Ask your Grocer
j for Thurber's rdasfed Cb.ee in pound pack
ages, "No. 81" or ''No. 41." Do not be put
off with any otter kind your own palato
will tell you wliat is best
Where persons desire it we alsoi furnish
- the "IdeaT Caffeo-pot, tho simplest, best
and cheapest coffeo-pot in existence.
Grocers who sell our Coffoo keep them.
Ask for descriptive circular.
IL K. &:F. B. fHURBEB & CO.,
Importers, Wiolcsalo Grocers and Coffee
Roasters, New York.
P; 8- As the jlargest dealers in food pro
ducts lntnowqrld, wo consider It our in
: r terest to manufacture only pure and whole
some goods and pack them in a tidy and
6atisiacttty mannor. Ail goods bearing
. our name aro'guarantood td bo bf superior
1 quality, pure and wholesome, al dealers
are authorize to refund the purchase
. price in any caso wfcoro customers have
cause for dissatisfaction. It is therefore
to the interest of both dealers andcon-
- sumers to use Thurber's brands.
30HR3 tF. EAGLE,
Inrite ronr lttntionlo hi filiop, opnoile
Myrs Ulure. Kepairinc neatly and t rompt
lvdone. All srrade of "cods made to order
Oct. lt, '81:tf.
K BUR CRAIG 4,
L. IT. CLEMENT.
CRAIGiZ & CLEMENT,
SAllSBDRY, S. C.
OCOT business now before the public. You con
U LU I make money taster at work for us than at
Buytntngeise: vapitul not needed we -will start
VO'i. tit a. day and upwards made at borne by the
industrious.. Men; niumcn, boya and glrLs wanted
every wncre to worK ror us. ?sow is tne ttme. You
eanworKln wparel time on!y cr Klve icur wbole
time to Uie tUHliiR. You can live at Lome Mtd do
tbe work. otlifcr business will pay you nearly as
well. No one caij fall tor make enormous pay by
enjrapirg at oncer Costly outfit and ttrms free.
Money made last, easily a nd Loiiorabl v. AfUircj-s
!' Tkck & ca, Augu.su, Maine.
WlliTB OATS !
A Spring Oats and
Wonderful Ivmmlific. Will vUld.ashiirh
as frotn 75 to 150 bushel to the acre, and
one pound lias! produced as nmrh-asfive
boMiel. Tlicsfe oats t;row from ?1 to 5 feet
in jiei"ht. In fat-t. ibcy aie' said to lie su-
jicrior to all ot
Sirbyr-rllH' "or 'ar'i a V':ifrI:n:i!i
'wlyl.OO jr.ye:ir in .:id vatic?. "
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AT RICHU0I1D PRICES,
BY THE BARBEL,
AT Jno.H. Eriniss,
FIRE m SALISBURY !
.-..THIS is to state that all the old seeds
that were remaining on hand were destroy
cd by fire on the 1st of November la$L
Now have on. hand 'fresh and reliable
Seeds from Landrcth, Ferry, Johnson &
Robbins, Buist and Hiram Sibley, j
; At JNO. II. ENNISS
Mi! - , r i- i - : .1
Ingredients will be furnished so that
you may make j
! YOUR OWN GUANO
! i .
cost you Three-Fourths less than whiat you
nav for other Guano's, and which wH
yield as full returns. For Sale At
CliOVER & Grass Seed
At Richmond prices at
ENNISS' Drug St
Letter and Fools Cap Papers
; at reduced prices, at
ENKI3S' Drug Store
Z B. Vaxce. . II. Bailky.
- VANCE & BAILEY, ;
ATTORNEYS AND . COUNSELLORS.
i CHAKLOTTE, K. C.
Practice in Smrme (V.iirt of the United
State, Supreme" 'Court of North Ciirolitia,
federal Court, and (. ouniit k l Mecklt nwinr,
Cabarrn, Union, GaRton, l'ovjui aiwl I)iiviL
eon. 6L.Onice, two duors e:i8t of Indepen
dence Square. i 33:tf
Ismnrle from -a simnle Troutcal Leaf of Rare
Value, and lsa POSITIVE REMEDY for allithe
dliieases tl at cause pales In the lower part of ;the
Dopy ior rorj)ia i.iver HPaaacnes .launuice
Dlwlness, R ravel, Mol.irta, and all aimcultles of the
Kinney, Liver. and Mrtnary orcans. For FEMALE
DISEASES Monthly Menstruations, and during
Pregnancy, U has no equal. It restores the organs
that nutke the blood, and hence is the best BLOOD
PURIFIER, it is the only known remedy -that cures
BSIGHT'S DISEASE. For Diabetes, use WARN
ER'S SAFE DIABETES CUKE, i
For Sale by Drusrzlsra and Dealers at 31.8 13
pcrbottlo. largest bott in the market Try it.
H M. WARNER & CO. KOcnrsriR. N. T
POWELLS PREPARED CHEMICALS
t& 1 0 a Farmer can buy a FORMULA, i
For plZ (526 lb6)of POWELL'S I
This, when mixed at home, makes OnoTort
of SUPERIOR PHOSPHATE, ehal in
plant-life and as certain of successful crop-.
production as many high priced Phosphates. !
Tir EXTRA N trouble to mix-;
IN EXPENSE. I Full directions.
V Povteli-'s Chemicals have been thoroughly
tried, give universal satisfaction, and we oCcV '
leading farmers in every State as reference.
' Send for Pamphlet. Beware of imitations.
Brown Chemical Co
Manufacturers of Baltimorr, Md.
Powell's Tip Ton Bono Fertil
izer. Price only $ 35 a Ton, net cash.
Bone Meal. Dissolved Cone.
Aad all high-grade Fertilizing Materials.
3Aytirslu place of Iron Bitters. April 23
JTe con tin tie to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveats,
jTraae Marks, Copyrights, etc, tar the United States,
iwaaa, moa. tujrianu, trance. Germany, etc IV a
bave had thirty-Avo years' experience! "
Falents obtained through us are DUicod In the SCI
ESTinc AxericaN. This larpo and splendid lllus
itrated weeklyrper,$3.20 ayear.sbowathe Progress
ofscienco, U very internstin?, and has an enormous
dreu atlTn. Address MUXN & CO, Patent Solici
tors. Pub's, of Scientific Axkmcjut, 37 Parle Row.
KewYort. Hand bortabont Patents free- i
1 m. M W i m
Vf 600DS Iffip
COTTON L GRAINS
Pack has to two cartoons that are
noticeable ancj timely. One is entitled
That Greedy Boy again." Columbia
is seen sfanding dividing a watermel
on worth 144,000, surplus. She has
cut off a slice valued at $10,000 at
Logan's request, which., is for Grant,
who is seated crying like a bad boy,
great tears rolling down his cheeks,
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1113 lap lull 01 gins, anu ma cuair cu
circled with other bestowraents. There
are a carriage and four horses, a house,
merchants' gift $100,000, monopolists'
gift 250,000, and so on. The other
cartoon is needed specially. The ti
tle of the cartoon is "A Freshet of
Frauds." A stream on the right of
the Capitol, .wrTich is situated on a
lofty eminenence, leeps over a preci
pice. It is called "Scheme of Plun
der." A huge wheel connected with
the Capitol ir being turned steadily
by this stream, and as it turns it cre
ates "jobs" of all kinds. Then there
is another and wider Tall called "A p
proprjations." Below ia a widestreaqi
in which are jobbers floating on
planks, each labelled with some pet
scheme of plunder upon the Treasury.
There are Logan, Richardson, Grant,
Eads, Maxey, Jonas, Robeson, Rice,
Potomae Flats, &c. Towards the left
of the picture stands the United States
Treasury building. Secretary Folger
is on top in dismay. lie is seated and
holds a ledger showing no surplus.1
The waters aro rising steadily around
the Treasury. Near the building is
an empty cask knocked to pieces, the
funds all gone. . To the rcarand to
the left of the Treasury the people
aro drowning. They are swamped
completely. They have got on the
tops of chimneys and are crying lust
ily for "help," "help," "help." But
there is no help.
What a lesson is here for the poli
ticians and for the taxpayers as well.
Frauds, extravagance, unwise legisla
tion, .schemes of pillage, subsidy jobs
these arc the things that ruin and
impoverish a long-suffering people.
Are these things to continue indefi
nitely? Shall there be no end to cor
ruption, waste and frauds upon the
pockets of the people? Boss Tweed
said his followers could not read but
they all had eyes and could sec. He
reli-rred to Harper's cartoons repre
senting his own villainies. We hope
Puck will do good by his clever ex
posures open Jo the eye.
The watched pot never boils ;
there arc people forever in search for
happiness, who never find it. Happi
ness ouencst comes by indirection.
Yon are intent on duty and are sur
prised to find you have stumbled on
more than yon sought. To make hap
piness the end ofyoursccking isan easy
way not to find it. It is a coy blessing.
Hovering about your path, it yet
eludesyour grasp. Attempt to put your
hands on it and, like the wild gazelle
upon the mountain, it bounds away.
The search for happiness is like the
search for the end of the rainbow ; it
recedes as you -advance. You cannot
capture it. After all yotir planning
and straining after happiness, you
will have to give up the pursuit and
content yourself with following the
plain and ploddiug path of duty and
to find your joy in fidelity to con
science, and in obedience to the divine
will. Once in thi state, happiness
comc3 to you unsought, dropping
down, as it were, from the 6kies, a
surprising benediction in the midst of
your cares and burdens, as though it
would say to you: You could hot
capture me, but lo, I am here, and at
your service. In attaining this bless
ing, imitate the boatman, who, in
crossing the stream, directs his prow
above the point of destination, and so
makes sure of it. Aim at something
higher than happiness; aim to be
good, holy, pure, and true, and the
higher will be sure to include the
lower. Nineteenth Century.
Disl ics rIjvlc of ltipcr.
The latest application of paper is
the athiptiou of paper plates by some
of- the great restaurants and cafes iu
Berlin. The. innovation was first in
troduced during the summer .of last
year by the adventurous landlord ofa
much frequented open-air restaurant.
Every customer who ordered bread
and butter, rolls, cakes, buns, or sini
ilar articles, Ind them served to hini
on a little-paper plate, made of light
papier macho, adorned with a pretty
btrbor iu relief, and having, at first
glance, a great siiuilarily to porce
G. .. ii.
, - .ti,
It savcJ I
leased wit It 'lie novi lly.
mmv ft (Ipfltiniion from
IUU I J -mm .
heir wages on account of breakages,
which the deftest and cleverest can
scarcely avoid when he handles ...hun
dreds of pieces of crockery during a
&ine afternoon and evening.
The paper plates were ' so cheap
that-tho landlord did not care to as
sert his ownership -over them, and
his customers werp allowed to carry
them" away like the pretty1 serviettes
of thin paper used in so many restau
rants in Holland. There was always
considerable, saving on. the time lost
and the chance of accident incurred
in the cleansing of earthenware pot
tery. The success of the ex per i men t
has been so marked: that the new
species of plates is likely' t be i nt ro
duced i'u to a large number of restau
rants. J - ' ; ' :' ' 'lJ
Politeiicsj of Great Men,
Truly great meii arc polite by in
stinct to their lintenors. It is one
element of their greatness to be
thoughtful for others, i he greatest
men in the world have been noted
for their politeness. Indeed, many
have owed .their greatness mainly to
their popular manners, which iudu
ced the people whom they pleased to
erive them an oDDortunitv to show
their power. '
Many years ago the .errand, boy
employed by a publishing house- iu a
great city was sent to procure from
Edward Everett the proof-sheets of a
book he had been examining. The
boy entered the vast library, lined
from floor to ceiling witli books, in
fear and trembling. Hd stood in awe
of this famous man. and dreaded
to meet him. But Mr. Everett, turn
ing from the desk where he was wri
ting, received the lad with reassuring
courtesy, bade him sit down, chatted
kindly as" he looked for the "proof-
I sheets, and asked : i ; ' .
"Shall I put a paper ronnd-them
for you ?" as politely as if his visitor
were the President.
The boy departed iu a very com
fortable state of mind. . He had been
raised in his own esteem by Mr.
Everett's kindness, and he ha3 never
forgotten the lesson it taught him.
North Carolina Railroad.
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Dale, Feb. 19.
A rr. Greensboro ....
Leave (J reenaboro .
" " Durham
C.50 p. ra.
1 1 .01
No. 17 Daily except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro 6 00 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 3.04 a. in.
ArriveatGoldsboro8 00 "
No. 51 Connects at Greenaboro with R.-&
D. R. R. for aH pointa North, East anil West,
via. Dsmville. At Goldhboro with W.&W.
R. R. for Wilmington. '
No. 53 Connects at Salisbury with VV. N.
C, K. R. for all poihlsin Western N. Carolina ;
daily at Greenslkoro with H. & D. R. U. for all
polnts1?orth, East nd West.
TRAINS GOING WEST. ' -
D.ite, Feb. 19, 18S2.
Arrive Durham ....
Arrive High Piont
10.20 a. m
7.25 a. m.
12.50 a. mi
No. 18, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv. Goldsb'u 2.50 pm
Ar. llaleigh 7.10 pm
Lv. 5.00 am
A r. Greensboro 2.20 pm
No. 50 Connects at Charlotte w ith A. & C.
Air Line for ail points in the South arxl South
west, and with C. C. & A. R. K. for all noinU
South ami Southeast.
No. 52 Connects at Charlotte with A. AC.
Air Line for all points South and Southwest;
at Charlotte with C. C. & A. 11. R. with all
points South and Southeast.
U. W.N. C. RAILROAD.
9 20 p m
10 36 44
1 1 20 "
9 41 "
Ar. Kerne rsvi lie
41 G reensboro
5 1 5 a m
5 50 44
7 00 44
J00 p m
6 40 44 ..
8 00 44
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
Leave Chapel Hill ....
Arrive Raleigh. 1
7 30 a m
8 20 a ra
10 15 a m
Daily ex. Sun.
Arrive Chapel Hill ......
3 CO p m
5 15 pm
- I G 1 5 p m
Pullman Sleeping Cars without Change
u" lra,n. N ork aml Atlanta via.
W ahinslon & Danville, and between (ireens-
boro and Charleston.
On Train No 52, Richmond and ! CLa-rlotte
t?lin and Chwlott vw Danville. -
. ..n nsn i lcke, on saleatGreenslwro.
.. I . . """ .r Kaunas anu he Southwest
i rfiiitui 'in. -i v -. . I . . .
i n yjwii'
alverlier liavins beenremiin. .i'
i f that d rei.d disease, Consumption, W aV
' remedr,w t nxious to make knownoI)igl?tt'!,
wifiereis me mearmoi cure, jo m wh0i
it. lie win neiiu toot ui viic nrwMini i -
It cure Rh-Jr
j rarKers : ? cisa
Hair Balsami siS8a
Th. Bert. Ch-a-rt. aad S?, tuscaoj
Mart EomomV-l fair Dran- a OUlcr loSJcs, d
tii-l color to pmyh-ir. & Ca, ChenuS it?
Aup. 4;4y. Dattcliy.
RKOWJ & GOWAI
1 Cook Stoves of ' all; sizes and stylje8 lalwayj
-tandl at lowest prioes.1 tarMake a specialty ottJn
ACORN COOK STOVES, ie iestlnti,
wortd.A first-class stock ot Tla aijia'Gnmiji
Till AND COPPER SMITHS
AU kinds of nouse-Rooflng and.GutterJngdoneM
short noUce and In the besrstyle. 1 j
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AH Work Strictly First Class
Havine had sixteen rears experitnee in tin
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Salisbury, N. C.
! JCSTOOice on Council Street, orf0?'
( Oxford, N. C.
The next cession of this School will W
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