-rim TOUTED IN Tllli -1JSAH 1832. "a
r If irice fi.&o
i IN ADVANCE.,
Invalids, br&ten down in health and spir
its b ehronC dyspepsia, or Buffering from
the Serriblif exhaustion that follows the
ftttao"k of aiiute disease, the testimony of
thouitinds ; ho Bave beeu ' raised a by.-mti-acle
: from a similar state of pros-j
tratiap by Ulostctter 'a Stomach Bitters,! :
'' ijg aTsnre jrnaranlee that by the same,
mean you, fo, may be strengthened and :
salelby ail Pnitrgista and- Dealer'
' f generally.
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ROOTS.: SHOS A GAITERS, made U
OfJerAUTiv ort first JlaSH iieventeen Years F.x
' nertence. ill M:c: i il of the best grade, and wort
Keidy ni Blevdrk always on hand Repairing
niiiiy au.l Jiouipiiyjione. ona. rs nv maijurompf
AS Wi,iaS THE INTEREST OF
R. Grajvvford, . of tlie firm of
R-r (Irawforb a co.,
1 n,fnlAV 'prepared to Supply our
eutoineiwh all kiaids of
la addition to the
Selected Stock f
W ABE in the
S T A T p. -
g"Ve alao handle
Rifle ate Blasting Powder
and a f'f1! !ne of Mining Supplies.
Uaplic&te Any Prices in
! - . .
l tho State.
0ALL nd SKE,US. .
In 03 ' jy9iie;
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It. OF " "'
Senate and House.
. V"" in
j Haskell, of" Kausas, moved; to strike
on tithe word el oven, and in all cases of
j doubt as to the classification for the duty
jof flao imported article, audi article shall
i be classified at tho hiahest raite of dnrr.
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Agreed to. v..:, T":
j'tljhii provision was put in the bill thro'
a clerical error. , . j - i -
Uu motion of Morrison, of Illinois, the
tcwiuBo icpcauiiz sec i ion 3 w una zjus
sod statutes, was inserted in this part
he bill instead of iu the concluding
sectioiis as proposed, by the com iu it tee.
(Tljese aro the sections for tin tiesiu com
missions and oliarges.) . "j.V'M J1
W hiteyof Keutuckj, offered aaaoieiid
tueot providiug that tipon , tlie re -importation
of, articles, the growth, product or
majinfacture of the United States, upon
whjch no internal tax has been assessed
or taid, there shidl be levied collected
and paid a duty double instead of equal
as provided by the bill to the tax i an pos
ed, jj internal revenue Jawa upoia such
artCcles. Ho said that the provision of
the bill vras an attempt which jr en t far
to conrinee hi an of the truth mi tho state-?
mept made tu- tlia floor, last j year ;that
there seemed to be an understanditag be
tween some special tariff men'aud aoane
Rpecial wJaiskey mou, which tras doing
udjbehefit to. this Country and a good deal
less to tlae Republican party, j He clial-
lenjgcd a cfcnial of his- assertion that iu
was an attempt to do by indirection what J
could not be done in a straight forward
way. The bonded extension bill had beeu
slipped through tho Iloase iu j a f method
Mruicla was infamous. Then the' discus
sion braucljedoft' from the question of the
i-Jiip - ' , 1 i " - ' " -
laiiu. ana was auuresseu io raie question
of pe whiskey tax.
;f VrhittiJa-aniendineutwas los
15 to 130,
and tho consideration of thia
WjB passed from
- Cox of 'New Y prk , effered an a mend -
mdrat for; tlie importation of strips Under
a tluty f J20 per cenj adyalorem, pend-
bi; which the committee rose, and .the
llouso'thcivat 5.20'ty. in. adjwruod. )
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TllREIf RUXAWAV, HtSBANDS.-j The
Stel CnkttlmeiithisuiiV, has
been exercised the past few days orcr the
unaccountable disappearance of three men
of that towuship, all of "whonl left fami
lies Inhind them, besides a lot of unpaid
de!bt. Messrs. E1 Crowell, Samuel
Citowell and Anderson Brown are the
men aud thev all left last week without
givingJi wordluf wamiug or stating thfh
intentions. The first named wrote a let
ter honiH from Pulaski, Florida, but since
then nothing lr known of his movements
The other two hieti have not been laeaid
from at all All three were most respect
ably connected aud yere iu good stan'd-
ing with their fellowmen. What motive
they could have had for thus decamping
is not known. Their wives and families
are in great distress about them, and in
the meantime their property has been
levied upou to secure their debts. Char.
.-Long visits, long stories, long essays,
long exhortations and long prayer sel
dom profit those who have to do with
them. Life is short. Momeuts arc pro
cious. Learn to condense, abridge" and
intensify, f We cau bear things that are
dull if they are only short. Wo can en
dure many an ache and ill if it is over
soon, while eveu pleasures grow insipid
and pain intolerable if they are-protract-
ed beyond the limits of reason and con
venience. Learn to be short. Lop off
branches ; stick to the main facts in your
case. If j'on pray ask for what you would
receive and get through. If yon speak,
tell vour message and hold your peace
boil dowu two words into one, and three
into two. '' Always learn to be short.
A little incident. Illustrative of the
attachment that formerly I existed and
still exists between the old Southern ser
vant and his master, was witnessed on
tlm Iavm THstflNliir. On the arrival of
ono of the packets from Baton Kouge
Gov. S. D. McEnery was seen descending
tho stago-plank leading an! aged negTO
with one hand and carrying bis carpet
sack in tho other. The incident attrac
ted the attention of a reporter, who dis
covered that the old man had formerly
belonged tothe McEnery family and vras
blind. Thji Governor was! leading the
faithful old servitor, who had probably
directed his young master's
early childhood. New
The T6t Pistol. The toy pistol kill
ed fonr6y8 in Tenuessee. It' generally
costs froin$800 to $3,1000 to raise a bly
to tlae toy-pistol age, and the chances are
that if this infernal plaything is continu
ed in hse the investment) will turn
out a dead loss, to say nothing of the
undertaker's bill. One of j them ough
not to be allowed iu the country and evf
ery man who sells one of thpm should be
indicted for.assault witbjnteut - to mur
der and made to answer before the court.
In several States bil, have; been Jutro-.
duced excluding beth the manufacture
and the sale. It wonld be wise If such ft
law waVeuforced throughout every state
iu the Union. . ' - s j
Tho Coiuagc of SiUcr.
Tint tnf r c..' r..i I.-.;,? t.A.
2 uw iviivi vi uciiciui J. uiri mill uo".
fore tho House of Representatives yester
day, in reference to the immense accu-"
tuulation of silver coin, winch th gov-"
ernmcnt is helpless to put in circulation
ought to lie' sufficient to I conyhace ! the
most obdurate that it is time to discon
tinue the coinage of silver. In the last ;
four yeara it has cost the government '
over $105,000 merely to. build vaults to
store its surplus silver; $8,203 of this
amount was expended to build a vault in
the sub-treasury at Baltimore,! and this
vault, and the .others which have been
built at New York; San Franci&co and
aud PhiladetnTiia are filled to their ut
most capacity. Thirty-five handled tons
of silver, lhorfe than $120,000,000 is uow
pit hand, ami it) doe& not scetu that any
method caiiibef devised to ccf rid of it,
unless the plan imitated out iu a petition
which was presented iu tho Senate some
years siuce by Mr. Howe, now the post
master General, be followed. The peti
tion, which' came from Iowa, asked that
there be paid out from the treasury a dol-
ar a week to every man wman and
Child iii the country. The adoption of
this plan would empty the treasury of all
its silver in about three weeks, aiad it
would be just as sensible as to continue
silver coinage. Wash. Cor. J3altiniore
The New .York Sun of day before jes-
terday very. plainly intimates that some
f the Northern Senators got drunk du
ring tlae tarilf debate on Monday evening.
The &um, in a doubld-leaded paragraph,
If night sessions of the Scunto are to
be adapted at "Wash inert on for the re
inaiaider of this Congress, they ishould be
ojH-aied with a proper exhortation on tlae
Maine law. I ho nm experiment on
Monday evening last hud at least one
cheerful sign iu proving that sectional
ism hud goue out from this body, nud.
that chivalry was national. If auvthiug
our Southern brethren were quite out
shone on that occasion by Northern pro
fessors of temperance aud reform.
legislation on whiskey is apt to mix
things at tunes,' but", it is . not f usual lor
the duties on wire fencing and rods to
upset brains' in the lanilto? steady ha Wis.
Salisbury Cor. Charlotte Journal.''
Everybody get rnady to grossly in
sult every body else. Valeutiue's clay
is close at hand, and those vulgar, wit
less, idiotic libels that give evidence
of vour own skulkiiiir. skuukv disno-
anion may oe nan. xaowever, inose oi
us wlio desire to conduct -ourselves
with becoming decency, and preserve
ourseli-resiiect, and who wish to send
graceful eoiunliiucnts to friends, can
6ml them ranging in price, from those
that would forever ruin a ten-dollar
kill, to easy Teach of the impecunious
copper cent, at the usual places.
' Three times three, audi oue time
more for our Mayor and the Patras
Consc'ipti. for they have takeu the
charier fully in haml and our bonds
will Joe placed on the market. Hence-
forth the blue crane will pass over on
his way to llaleigh, and the mourn
ful cry of the lonely bittern will no
longer swell in dolorous echoes thro
our streets. And that old Dodo, the
water works, will possibly have a re
cumbent JNeptune in bronze placed
oyer its cavernous mouth. ' Iu other
Words, the spirit of public improve
ment has struck us. instead of the
dog-fenuel, and we are goiug in for a
spriug clean. j
Richard Skahan, sometime answer
ing to the sobriquet of John Kelly,
has moved his family to Asheyille,
where he will take charge of the bus
iucss establishment of Hallyburtou &
Co. ' VVe will miss Dick j at the ap
proaching Mayor's election,as he knew
more about the registration books than
any other living man, and at the polls
if there was a weak spot 'about the
ballot, his challenge was a certainty.
We can recommend him to the Dem
ocrats in his new home as the best
worker we ever saw.
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A woman" named Catherine Bcrner
soii, shot and killed a littlo girl nam
ed Maggie Carlette, aged 12 years, in
Philadelphia, on Wetlncsday evening,
because she aunoyed her by plajiug
in the street near her house. Accor
ding to Stalwart logic this- makes all
the .people of Philadelphia lawless
serai-barbarians, whose Wives and
daughters use the pistol upon any poor
little child A who"; happens to annoy
them by u u pleasanjtnoiscs. Charlotte
Journal. i - J
JWasiiingtox, Feb. 1. The secretsiry
of the treasury; to-dayfissned a call for
the redemption bonds of. tho live percent,
funded loan of 1881 coutihued at 3f per
cent. Tlie call" is for $I5J000,000 and
notice is given that the principal and ac
cruediuterest will be paid .'at! the treasu
ry on the first of Hay next" aud interest
cease that day. 1 -
A snow-storm prevailed in Minnesota
Titcsday wiaWi at? the latest advices, had
not abated., .All, 5 rain on? t,,e
Northwestern linea were b1ocked.No
passenger, trains arrived at St. Paul jea
teiday, and but a "fcw sent out.
1 Bride For a Sight.
A dispatch from Halifax. Court House
uatea January n.gu-.,
T M Ant in. j nmanmna vnnnrr
Jir. JameS.UUinne,! prwspcrwua young
farmer, was married o Miss Hulda Martin.
A Urtrc company was present at the wed-:
- j - -
amg, wnicn wns Boiemmw-u v iuc u-mucuw
. . 1 1 ""V A 1 J 4. 1
er the guests remained at .the mansion all
niuht. This morning; when they had ; as-
e T .
C? ; rT w ;i -
semuicu at ine uruniwiuai. tauiu. ii wav ic- t
marked that the bride and groom . were
late in Coming. Suddenly the shrieks of a
Woman were heard, and the startled guests..
hastened into the hall, where they met the
bride "of a night, who cried: My husband! or tup trial but that Is only a small pcrcen
Oh, my hnsbandl When she awoke this taSeof w-bai they got out of the Treasury,
moming.she found her husband tlead by
her side. ! She is almost insane from grief.
Sklectino a Wifk.-
Who marries for j
uyc I a iv ca a nnu turn i iw v ivuuuv
takes a mistress; who marries for position;. . . . t w. ..
- . . , , , , r ; tariff reform in the abstract. When it
takes a lady, You are loved by your wife
ICUIUU T J VIA UIIOIIL9A IVIVldbVM VJ JVUS
ady. You have a wife for yourself, a mis-
tress for your house and friends, a lady for
it , , , . . tt t .,,
the world and society. Your wife will
. . ,
(in with vmi vntir misfrnw will rnl( vnn
" , 4 . L -v 1 .,,
your lauy win manage jou. . lourwuc hiu
take care of your household, ypur mistress
of your house, your lady of appearances.
If you are sick your wife
will nurse you, j
your mistress will visit you, your lady will
nquire after yeur health. Yontakc a walk
with your wife, a ride with your mistress,
and go to a party with your lady. Your
wife will share your grief, your mistress
your money, your lady your debts. If your
are dead your wife will weep, your mistress
will lament, and your lady wear mourning.
Which will you have.
about the tariff
The latest we have seen
. .. . . i . 1 a
reduction not reported in our telegraphic
cnlumns, is the following from the Kich-
mondfe' letter from Washington. It
says: r - J
"Mr. Beck and the other opponents ! of
the Finance Comniittee'a Tarilf bill, were
jubilant yesterday over the action of the
Senate pu the metals schedule. AiUeU by j
Ingalls. Van Wyck and McDill they beat
the extreme protectionists on the general
result of the struglcv . Vance tried, but faie-
eu, to reduce tue uuiy on railway oars. ,xie
tion on steel rails from $17,92 U $15,68 per
wu T l,tt,fcr. 1U u?''u r 1
tne Morrill bill, the iron and steel men
are discouraged attire turn things have
taken, and unless they can restore the situ-
ation, say they will try to beat the bill,"
The Democrats are making a good re
cord at Washington. They are standing
together admirably for a lower tariff and
vote ri-'ht -centre shot every time. Nci-
ther of the two tariff bills now undergoing
discussion can give satisfaction to thecoun-
try. They are in some paticularsmuch worses
than the existing law which has -been
absurd from a to lizard" as the most vil-
lianous compound ever prepared for the
lips of a free people. We cannot credit
that the Republican leaders arc in earnest
in their protestations of reform when they
offer such unacceptable measures for Con -
grcssional action. Neves and Obserwer.
Six years ago the Empress of Germany
announced that she would thenceforth de-
coratc with a coldcn cniss every temale
servant who had passed foity years of her
life in the same family. An official list, pub-
liahedSwith the beirinninz of the present
year, shows that the receipts of this royal
favor number far 893. This is a result
1- n Atltat nmint rw in tliol
world could show.- In the United States
iastancs of such relations existing for ten
years Ure almost phenomenal.
- Thi ,!, Ohserver makes the
following sensible suggestion:
gists, we think, ought to move on the Leg
is ature to require ti'aw i-ciiuui umigwuua
islature to require th
and poisonous drugs
should be kept only
in triangular bottles. If anythig is
nnno in this matter, now is tne tioie. iibi
. ,i j, . i. mi M1i-4M:
are sure i iai any itch uin um nni
.. .u i ; r u a 1
subiect, mectmi; the approbation of the I
' J . ' , i r -iki.
, t si tf-t-t era irnnin i i i iih ui.viijn.LJic
consiuerauoii ui me ijcs,,-uc-
some excitement on the stock-law question
in ailjoining counties. They have-failed
ou some of their hobbies in the past, ana
as a last resort the attempt to prejuaice
. a 1 .
people against a decisive step ot progress
is made simplo for political effect. Daily
t:1i i f-f . Ktrv Fnirer de-
, i.i!. M..r
. tw w wt M. mi a. il. i 1 1 i. i
. . J . . r - tu.ivnu will know much more about it
niCKie. li s so near ine Bii wi 4"""
and looks so bright and silvery, that the
iI.srf Ammm An n,l thpv are trenerallv
i . . : , , .. . , ..t-i r..i
near-signieu, iai tu ucicvu.
r ' . .
ly pliced in the collection plate.
3 v t r.
A dispatch from Matamoras, Mex says
party of bandits,! lea ny jesus uanacar,
were attacked Sunday near Juan,"1 Jalisco,
by rural sddiers i under Captain Lemon.
The bandits were defeated, losing eleven
killed.; Six soldiers were killed, including
a brother of Captain Lemon. , , ; -
Sdnset Cox made some very smooth
remarks in aronniugdebate on the castor
oil tariff a day or two ago, which seemed
to operate well on the House. Charlotte
It, is hoicd that jtlrc workr'of the Tariff
Commison isveweI with pride by the
honorable iomtoissimierV themselves. No
body else has a good word for it. Wash.
Pvst, Dem. 1
? j A snow-slide started from the summit
or Kuby, Peak, Colorado, on Monday
ru,Lea down wl'tl UmM
oc tQ rf ,
in ,. ... l - ,
R . fi. . f . a HjiW1m1
W -mmm-mr " M S- lirlUU
n ijumjb u uio uurangD mines, iign
. , Mr,- . Anirt !
One Was dead1 when' taken but.
- ana two others are not PTtrarml tn iWnt-.
" is annouccu as though it was a Rrent j
uarasuip, mat tne btar ltoute rtctentlnts,
Brady, Dorsey and Vaile have had to pay
oat more than $75,000 each in the course
. wuinj; i,i nie present ouuook iney
I woutd be glad to refund it all to keep out
of the penitentiary. -Wil Star.
Piladelpkia Record; Senator Vest, of
mt i 1
comes to zinc, which isau infaut"indus-
g . - - ;
. . t , f .
s , ; . . J. . , .
full of his kiud of? tariff reformers, 'and
t, . it ...
? tliat is the reason why the prospect of a
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'sub&tautial reduction of duties in the! in
terejt of taxpayers is so small, i j
The failures in the United States; are
steadily increasing. For the week ending
November 11, 1882, the number of failures
was 149. They had even fallen to some
118 in another week. Last M eek they; had
risen to 274.
Of these 73 were in the South
then) .failures are no sign. WiL Star. " ,
That a very large Asbestos mini; has
bten opened in Burke county by a North
ern company. -That another com pa-
J f Northern men have opensd Svipro-
uutuic uiiusiai uiiuv. muui 111111 i.mcy
. ,. , , ?
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T U4 buc" "i" f
boom. Dailv Journal. , , , ....
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A number of persons in this countyihave
tried the eineriment this season ffdiinrWMt
. -U-itrf frnm f5nAnci..kmr,-rt-SStofint
& . . . , .
In eyerycaseithaS proved an anfortunatstep
j for the debtor and a feodd,heforthe
creditor, as all their projpertjFleftlwhiita has
. . eintiori8in .ttwdimenL'
The Wilmington StarAa a well consider-1
d Article on the rcclamat on of our
swamp lands, concludes thus:
"In no other State but North Carolina
would 296.000 acres of the richest lands
on ine comment nave reinniocu ; long
The committee en agriculture of the
Massachusetts Legislature has under con
sideration the offer of a bounty for the
desjt ruction of the English sparrow. It
is asserted that nearly half of last year's
apple crop iu Massachusetts was destroy
J ed by sparrows.
J Greensboro Patriot: An Iredell firmer,
assisted by two mules and one hand made
last year 21 bales of cotton, averaging 450
pounds to the bale, 375 bushels of corn, a
j fine crop of oats and a plenty of wheat to
1 Jo him
Advice to a Young Man, '
I think my boy, that just about
your age is tlie time lor you to icarn
I what you are good for. And when
you have found oute what it is, go at
it. I want to see you at work.
"I have no secret," said Turner, the
I great painter, but hard work
Vir liinr ' eu!d T t mi I tai ti
j-possible to nan who can will.
I isjthe only law of success.
j'There is but one method,! isays
SSY Smith, "and that wi hard
and another.' said Uf. Arnold, "is
- a v a It
. . it
not so much in talent as in energ
"VbA" . , " w ' .
Ani ya 'rect yur enefgy m
one channel.. Don't be diffusive in
. .... . . ,
your work. 1 here is power in coucen-
- . . . ... ,
tration. A handful of powder scatter-
, . . , , r . A ,
ed on the groaud make a great smoke
I niliaii Kmut lwi iwitliincr liwird I t ia
I r. : , i.
blast of a gun-barrel that counts for
I gomethintr when it goes oil. It you
I are a lawyer, a physician, or a' car-
peuter, and make up . yonr 'rnind
a j w . . . T
i yOU w,u know as much abput
1 0Iie particular line or branch or spe-
j Ca1ty of your profession or trade, you
do well. Because, if ytu know as
much on auy point as any other man
I ftiiroW m the heavens are above -us.
. .u...w.t - '
. , i . i i .
than thousands, ana mmcaurau.y
more tnail millious wi uuier u.,nuv.
Itlua makes vou an authority.
- - . . . i
I , T- .n.l.::na na vmi will hilt llO
. . V ' i i-
1 I '.i.::. : -rtmo HinMlir flirwtion.
a I y make any sphere of labor
I liouorable. A good honest, earnest
mm rin slmvel sand with credit to
himself and profit to his employer,
and honor to his country. Many a
trood blacksmith and harness maker
p -ii i i i r i...
have been spoil eti oy ecooi ui ww
and medical colleges; and let me tell
yon, Telemachus, right j here, that so
ciety, your country, humanity and
God need good carpenters, and shoe
makers and stone cutters aud j farm
liAnilfl. more than poor doctors and
nLp nrAardipra and uoor editors. If
yau have to choose between a poor
lawyer aud a good deck-l a id be a
good deck-hand every time.
i-ltnca. Jaundice, -
Ittiari(y of. tb
CIimmI, Fever aad :
antl a.U Dlaeaaes
rangement of liver, UuweU aud IOdher.
" STJTPTOMS OF A DISKASm X.TTER."
j Bad Creath; Paia in tlx Side, sometimes the .
poia is iclt under the Sbnulder-Uadc, mistakes for
Kncumausia ; rawral Iks of appetite; Bowels
SaterailT cosavc. sMatiincs ahenuuinc with Ui
the head is trw.Uol wilh pran, H dull sad heaTy,
- wiih coiKKlcraUc loss of mcnuwy, accompanied
"7? ? painful sensati. n oflcavia, uuilone tomethinc
f T Of ?5hJt a 113 rc bee a riglt. dry cough 4
and flushed (ace is sometimes an attendant, often
; mistakes for consumption; the patient complains
oT wearims and debility: nervous. easily startled;
leet cold or bura.ng, sometimes a prickly sgnsntioa
of the slua exists; spirits are low and despoadcat,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene- '
fictal, yet one can hardly suaimoa up fortitude to
' try fc-iaJact, distrusts every remoiy. Several
. of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but tew of them existed, yet
examination after death havihowu the Liver to
. have beea cxteosively deranged.
It should b used by aU persons, old anA
yoang, whenever any of Uio above
I syinptomu appear.
Person Traveling: or livlnir In TJn
bealthy Localitlen, by takiit a d uccasioa.
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
, all Malaria, IUUous attacks, Dixtiness. Nau
sea. Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no !
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
, digestion, or fed heavy after meals, or aleep. -leas
at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors Bills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
f In tlie House!
, For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
Sale purgaUve, alterative and tonic can -never
be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS PURELY VEOETABIX
And has all the power ami efficacy of Calomel or
. Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
. - A Governor's Testimony. -
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
X family for some time, and I m satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Sijortkk, Governor of Ala.
lion. Alexander If. Stephens, of Ga..
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
further trial. - ,
"The only Thing that never falls to
Kelieve.M I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it. and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim-
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never tails to rebcte.
P- M. Janmbv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. TV. Mason aayst From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons liver Regulator ia .
my practice I have been and am satified to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
BTake only the Genuine, which always .r
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
t and Signature of J. II. ZEILTJi A CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
LEADING DEALERS IN DRY
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II- li ll ir- II mm II I"" II lit I li i U W ;I is 1
1 il l I" V. U U I III U 11 1 1 V
B'A B III I M il II I III I I I I1 IfJI Kl lil
Large Assortment of Ladies' Cloaks and Shawls-
LADIES' HATS MD TRIMMINGS. MEN'S HATS ANDiAPS.
BOOTS ARD SHOES A SPECIALTY. We keep tho best made.
AGENTS FOR COATS' SPOOT -COTTON. New supply of 5 cent Tin Ware.
Full stock of Glass and Table Warer
Best Flour. Mrnts, Snirar, ColTce, TEAS. Rice, Potatoes, Canned Fruits, Pure Lard, j
Corn, Bran, Meal, New Orleans Molasses and Syrups, &c. Full assortment of Family,
Medicines including Quinine. j
Occ and three-fourth lbs. Cotton Sacking- at 9 Cents. Wow Tios
at. $1.75 ner bundle. Three lb. Cans Tomatoes at 15 cents. I j '
OVEIV-OOATS At $8.60. Boat lO cts. Sucar,
try it. Be sure to see our Goods before you buy. We mean to sell you good Good
the very lowest prices. !3FVc buy and sell all kinds of Country Produce.! - .
4 W. W. TAYLOR, II. F. ATKINS, 7 KA fPcV
Nov. 1,1883. . and D. J. BOSTIAN. . JbAbfll. ..
HOOSE AND LOT
Having determined to make our home in
Winston, N. C, we have concluded to sell
our House and Lot in the great West Ward
of Salisbury, N. C. House has 8 rooms, a
good kitchen with 3 rooms; well of good
water in the yard. A good garden and sta
ble n the lot. In the best neighborhood
in the city, on the corner of Monroe and
Church streets, adjoining J. M. Horah and
others. For further oarticulars see Messrs.
D. A. Goodman; STAV. Cole or B. F. Fraley.
R. F. & M. C. GRAHAM.
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Gives the value and correct ratings of over
. 8,000 Hilling Companies and the
LATEST MINING INFORMATION,
Including Dividends, Assessments, Lowest
and Highest Stock Sales for each week, up
to within 24 hours of publication, &c.
For Sale by all News Dealers.
SuBSCHiPTioN, $0 per year.
Single Copy 15 cents. Special detailed
reports upon any mine furnished. See pa
per for terms. Address,
The Financial and Mining Pnb. Co.,
237 Broadway, New York City.
enniss' Dm - sure.
SCHOOL BOOKS at
COST, at - -
'enniss' Dim Store.
Mtil Wanted ! !
The- attention ..fP,.
i 1 1- V .. V "- i t u gener
al public is called to the fact that ;
LIen,,, aFirst e?ass PA311I.Y GRCw
- ... , ,u umiMiicr Ci
Taylors Hardware, where he will krep a
" can jiuiiun sur.HJt r lour, ileal. -
Bacon, Salt, Sugar, Coffee. Tea, &c, .
Also a fresh and complete stocl: of "
C O IV FE C T I p X E R I E S,7
, IP-aad Pancy-CfTCccrics. j '
-Will pay the highest cash prices for But- 1
ter, EgfisChickens, and all saleable coun
try products. '
January 18. 1883. ;U:Sm.
SALISBURY, IT. C. - -
MllS. ull. REEVES, I ' ''..I
Ftarnierly proprietress of this well known
House, has again leased it,- and will bo
pleased to see her many patrons when '
they visit SalUhury.
Jan'y 15, 1883. 14:3m. -1
GEO. A. EAGLE,
W. A. MORGAN.
We are prepared to do any kind of :
work at our Shops on Lee Street, (W. M.
Barker's Old Stand.) ' - .".r
- SALISBURY, K. C.
HORSE SHOEING and all .kindsu of.
Blacksmithing done promptly and with ex
pedition. Repairing of Carriages, Buggies
and Wagons done promptly and in first-
class style. Painting and finishing of fine
work will be done ly W. 31. Barker.
All we ask is a trial.
Jan. 10, 1883. .' I 13:tf
E5ii:oKN or voum ;
AOestlemax who willi-ml for yearn from
Nervous Debility, Pkkuature Decay,
and all the effect of yonthrul ami accretion, will
for the sake of suffering hnmaiiily,send free to '
all who neetl -it, the recipand Ureclin for,
making the simple remedy bv which he wax
ucred. Sufferers wilting to profit lj the nJ
TertaHCM exjwraence can ilo so bv addreaingin -perfect
confidence. JOHN B. OGDES,
20-.Jy - Cedar St-IJew York-
GOODS AND GROCERIES I
Cash ioj Motto.
Having determined to adopt' the Ciyr "
System from the 1st of December,! wou;)
respectfully request, all those who are iiir
debted to me on account or otherwise, and '
for Guano .to call in and settle, as 1. am
greatly in ned of money and I (
Must Have It.
I shall in future sell strictly jfor Casn
Barter, as by 'this means I will be belUr ''
able to give my friends and customers
More Goois For Their- Meney
I am now receiving a nice anq fresh lot -
Country Produdc . ,:
for the - -
Cufl and we icy stock befori yau
make your pur hases..FJ --i
1 have a tine lot of
C0C0A1TUTS ' e
AND APPLES OX JiASIJ.
AU K'md of Country Prod-ke Taken if, t,
Excliange for Goods.
FURS, - 1
SKINS, WAX. I
RAGS, BEEF HIDB.
S1IEEP SKINS, 13L ITER,
EGG 4, CHICKENS, TURK EYS.
GEESE AND D U a S, EfC, 1 TO
J. D. MOHEELi.. .
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