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And ail B lious Complaints
Hale u take. Icj!f imrly Testable; no grip
Ibk. I'nwcts. All DnuocfcU.
BRING YOUR TOBACCO
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OFKICE (JEN. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, October 12th, 1882
arrive S.4S p
a 4-ta "
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Lear C M "
Black Mountain ..
Leave 6.10 a
Arrive 7. "
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" S.Ort "
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(Late of Pilot Warehouse, Winston, N.C.) ,
Business Manager and
Train No. 1
CMitwti At Salisbury with B. D. R. R. from nil
point Berth and Soeta and from Raleigh, connects
M HMnTllii wiu a. j . m. j. my . ui i . v . o. a. xv.
K. conaects at Warm Springs with E. Tenn., Va.
Ga. It. R. for Vorrtetown and points South- est.
Train No. S
connects at Warm Springs with E. T.Va.AGa.R.R.
from Horristown the South-West. Connects at
Kt.lMvlllr with A. T. O. IXt of ('('. A . K. K.
and at Salisbury with R. D. R R. for all points
North and East and for Raleigh.
on aaM at Salisbury, StatesvlUe, Ashevtlle and the
warn Springs to all principal cities.
- - J. Bt Macmurdo,
SALES EVERY DAY.
Good Prices Assured.
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS FOR MAN
: AND BEAST.
NO SALE, NO CHARGE!
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Insurance and Storage Free.
1 he Wood Chuck.
A special committee of the New
Hainpshire Legislature has been
amuHiig the members of the legisla
ture and the readers of its reports by
a semi-serious diatribe against the
wooden tick the oonaaion hpmrr a I
bill to authorize a bountv of fifteen
cents ou each woodchuck killed.
But realk the "woodchuck," or
"wood hog, is a terrible pest to
larniers in new England and m the
northern tiers of countries of our
Middle States. It does immense
havoc to growing crops, and its de
vast at ions seem to require as encour
aging legislative enactments for its
destruction in the way of bounties as
in former years the legislatures offer
ed for wolves' heads or foxes' skin.
The woodchuck is one of the most
wary of animal, lie is as bad a
sueak as- the weasel. lie makes his
ground burrow in a field planted to
. I a .
corn, or to etner vegetables, or culti
vated to clover. His hole may be
louud, but long before the beast can
be reached he is far away. It is diffi-
cult to attempt to drown out a wood
chuck by filling his hole with water.
Long before the water can be brought
me sly woodcliuclc lias made a new
home. Indeed, it is a fact that a chased
woodchuck lias made a new burrow
a mot iu sight of his pursuers while
tney were searching lor him.
How to JKitu.
The Tornado at Kocucstrr.
Liberal Cash Advancements made on I There is nothing succulent and of
GEO. A. EAGLE,
W. A. MORGAN.
Tobacco held by as for future sale.
KLUTTZ, GASKILL & CO.
Eagle & Morgan
We arc prepared to do any kind of
work at our Shops on Lee Street, (W. M.
Barker's Old Stand.)
SALISBURY, N. C.
HOUSE-SHOEING nnd all kinds of
Blacksniithini? done nromntlv nnd with ex-
o or r
pedltion. Repairing of Carriages, Buggies
and Wagons done promptly and iu first
class style. Painting and finishing of fine
work will DC clone iy w. 31. xsurker.
All we ask la a trial.
Jan. 10, 1883. 13:tf
University of North Ca ralina.
NEXT SESSION BEGINS AUGUST
30th, 1883. Regular Courses of Study
load to A. II., Ph. B., and B. S. Special
Courses aro open to Students. Schools
of Law. Medicine and I'harmacv nrtach-
ed. A Teacher's Course of two 'rears has
For particalara, address
Kkmc P. Battl-k, LL. l., Pre.,
Chapel Hill, N. C
J. ItnODES BROWKE, PKE8.. W, C. CO A BT, SEC.
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Uompany,
Seeking Home Patronage.
j m AAfialillj I CaUg
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One-half cash and bal-
a . '
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.,
-J:um- Salisbury, N. C
BLACKMER & HENDERSON
Sulisbury, N. C.
Jan. 22d, '70- tf.
J. M. MCCORKLE. T. F. KLUTTZ.
NrCOKKLi: & KLUTTZ,
ATTORNEYS axd COUNSELORS
, Salisbury, N. C.
Office on Council Street, opposite the
KEKR ORAI.iK, I,. II. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Salisbury, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, lSdl.
nrrf MAI aejia
rrom tlicae aourcoa arise throe-fourths of
wi 1 1 humus or tiio Human ir.ee. Theso
.uruipioiuj iiiuicjirc Uieircxutence : JJnm of
, oj'Hvmk iOWCl CO&CIVO, feiCK IIOU
aehc. fniln.c. -ii....iu.
exertion of Ixnly cr mind, Eractatlou
Jir,riuu.,y oi lenxper, Low
omc dnty, Zlz;luc8,.V!nUcrinat tha
orcH V:i:i- CAnTIMV
mssM lha cso cf a rercedytn.it a U airtstl
ontho Liver. AsaLircrmodlci:ieTUTT
ia havo no cqaai. Tlicir r.cUo:i or. tho
jnuncBwmicicinisoiso prompt; lemoTuur
nil 1i-ir.nnrioo , . 1. . i j 1 . .
rnar-.-ra of the evetem." nrtvtr!tTi anna.
tito, Bonaa cli .restlon, rrnlar stools, e clear
i-tviuiuiaTigoroasuoav. yWTl fit.tjs
causo no nauar.a or grlpla nor interfere
Vita dailv ty.-rrlr n.nf1 n rm -ntn-tM:
ANTIIK)TE TO MALARIA.
goldoT.rytTTi- rggfc t)ffl.-llMttiTrSt.,N.Y.
tottb mm 0P
Goat IIaih or IYiiiskebs cbanmd in.
etantly toaOisSr Black by a single ap.
rT o,, a o
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UNA WATCHMAN, ON 1 .7
a sal id quality that the wootlchuek
does not relish ; growing beans, let
tuce, peas, spring corn, new potatoes,
anything that s eootl for humans ia
good enough for him. He will make
a meal off of clover, or will subsist
on ordinary grass.
But all his life he knows that he
is a sneak thief, tie does not come
out and mb like his betters of the
ferox tribe, luit is very careful about
exposing himselt. Just after the sun
has sunk in the west, iu the inter-
gloaming between daylight ami dark,
he sneaks out of his hole and p-opb
to feeding, but he never feetls with
out watching. His down nibbli
and uprisings are so frequent as al
most to be instantaneous. It is con
sidered in New Emrl and 1 (wu I if io
where the wood chuck abound.-, a fair
trial of skill to send a rifle bullet
through one as he shows hinuelf
above the grass or stubble. This
extraordinary quickness of movement
I .i ...
maKes the hunting ot the woodchuck
a sport. Usually the woodchuck is
Cailtrht With doirs mid "ilmurnin.
by pouring water in his subter-
raueau habitation, after driving him
in and being s ire that he ia there.
in wotHlciiuck. to those wkose
prtjudiccs do not extend beyond
reason, makes a palatable dish. He
is a cleanly fed animal, taki nor on v
vegetable food. He is a hibernal i 11 cr
animal, sleeping like the bear from
trost to spring, and grows fat on
vegetation ot the field and irarden.
until in the fall he is "fat as a hog,"
which he is, and deserves to die to
givo food to those whom he has rob-ii,.
oett a whole season through.
Of course every health v bov who Th- .i,n A.t
, , .. i . "iuu hiii unuuini tin wwu vi
has the use of his legs claims that he Uocheater,Minnesota, August 24, was
can run. A writer in St. NinlmUs UiunJi T-i.-uii
. p -. j. pi ti many iciuui Kauit rc-
gives the following hint on the sub- suits. On th rrlVkii nrla nf T? A Pla
i?ct: 1. L. - x. . '
" . ui in ie liik fTnurr. nn isp a purinn.
I believe I can tell the bov Am. rnl, nr (u r 21 i a.
... ... . . . . J i v tw aionu io io ue seen. a
ining inat win neip them to run bet- mne board, about, sir ft nntr ,nd
ter. I was a pretty old boy when I four inches wide, is driven endways
ti Mr fminj r . ..... I. .1 J. . . T 1 . . . '. ' T. ' j
r,T? " ut" .VUfc l"e nni l,nje a through the trunk of a maplo tree
inea n l ran a mile and a quarter at six inches thick, and remains embed
onc dash, and was not weary nor ded in it.
blown. And now I am going to give The wife of one farmer, who was
you the secret : the field, started for the bouse, but
VC hah ( il ... I. . O I , . saw . 1L1 '
inrougii your nose I tailed to reach it. She ran for a
been thinking what poor run-J stake in the fiald, but was blown
OPTS WO ft t0 A II 1 1 lliniwln.li... 1 il.. Il . . . rm
.. .t uH,lCmig ny me aimosi io pieces. i he stake was
amuiais can run so tar, and it came driven through her body, and her
io me mat perhaps this might account limbs torn off so that they have not
for the difference, that thev alwavs vp Un fn...i
take air through the nose, while we The Hon. John McCall, of Winona
usually begin to puff through our was killed near his elevator. He
mouths before we have gouo many had started for the house, across the
ffasTltt Srni a anlmla a I 1 I a
V. ", eucu aa me uog way out, naa evidently been caught
v .jj.cu nieir mourn m me air and whipped on to the
ami pant while running, but they do earth, for the grass was sweot clean
this to cool themselves and not be- where he was found auoV ever boue in
cause mey cannot get air enough his body was broken,
through their noses.
I found once, through a sad exne-j A silent hour under the stars may
nence with a pet dog, that a dog must whisper to your soul great thoughts
ilio if hi,: nnt.il. - - l 1 Inf Marnilv
'Plm,, u,Cl I I.... 1 I. . A. I. . I .1 .11
wicau.e mrougn me mouth jflnftnlw, anw.
link- tt-hiu u ;. f...:Ki.. i.-i.i -e Japanese oot Gear.
iv is luiuuir ueui tiiien : u
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2, Granite
ow- D. A. AT WELL.
Agent for ths C4CardwellThre8hor,"
8alioarjr, N. C, June 8th tf.
Malaria, chills sad Fever, and Bullous attaeks
nrftST1 WliU Emor ndard
iMSttW : never fdU8 10 cur ie moat
ail otiH-r-ieuKMl s bad (ailed. They are prepared
ygMgOOatOlataga atronjr cathartic an.
mmmiamm contointnR no omnlne
orxnmsii; causing no ffripnuror DorviV- thev i re
1 ad rtA"-'?J!irey. effectually eleanse the svstem
lv aew lite and tone to the body, as a house
kpld rt-mcilj u.ey are unequaled For Uver jim
not SSSSWW will ha"
a wonderful effect on the worse case. Thev "are
SrSirfJ'1 J1" Jy phyalclanTand mid bv
stasis s&? aH2
POX tAU UTI. H.gWWIU.
Sale of Land!
By Tirtue of an order of "Sup. Corut of Row
n County in the raw of Jh,t C. Lingle and
others against Martha J. Linlc and'others,
I will sell, on Monday the 3rd day of Sen
temuoi, 1888, at the residence of the late
17 Acre s of Land,
Adjoining the lands of Moses Lrcrlv John
C. Lingla, Henry Klutt and others! known
a the Moses Lmle trani, suiiject to the
dower of Annie L. Linle, widow,
j Terras, one thlrii caab. r.p-t in six
nioMf h np.d the ba'ane in twelve montjis
noi- u.i.. luiertt at eSjlit p r tnt. from
day of sale on the deferred pavnient
tCWIS C LINGLE. C Mi.'r
qlyW 188 42:1m ,
B " sss
lS A. CAITCDO a a
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perlence.-All Material of ttoSstl and wort
done In the latest styles ana won
Readv made trnrt nlwav-a nn r .
Win. A 0
JOHN F. EAGLE
M' A; K KT
Inviteyour atlenlion to his .hop, opposiie
Mayor . Ofhee. Bepsiring neaily and nXEl
Avoid Farm Mortgages.
H. A. Haiirh gives the following
1. . .w o
wholesome . advice on mortiruo-ps tii
farmers in the American Agriculturist
for A ugust :
Mortgages arc necessary nnd bene.
ficial in civilized society, but there
are unpleasant features about them.
They often enable a man to accom
plish what he could not otherwise do
and they also often involvea man who
-.vould have been othcrwicsuccessful.
They often enable a man to get out
of trouble which lie could not other
wise avoid, and thev perhaps couallv
as oneu make miserable a life which
would have otherwise been hnimv.
It is easy to get them on the farm.
... . .
out ii is not always so easv to trt-t
thorn off'. V arm inort traces are ulinni
.i . P 7
me uest investment that capital can
find. Investors crenerallv like thorn
They partako of the nature, per ma-
nance, and other substantial qualities
oi real property, but are relieved
from many burdens imposed upon
Therefore: 1. Do not moi tcraore th
e . . o o
iariu unless it seems absolutely neces
sary, lint, as a general rule is less val
uable than a particular one, it may be
well to specify, by adding : 2. Do
not mortgage to build a line house.
By so doing, you will have to pay
for an investment which docs not
bring money : 3. Do not mortgage
the farm to buy more land. Where
there is absolute certainty that more
can be made out of the laud than
the cost of the mortgage, this rule
might not apply. But absolute cer
tainty is rare ; mistaken calculation
is common. 4. Do not mortgage the
farm unless you are sure of the con
tinued fertility of its soil. Many
persons borrow with an expectation
of repayment based on an experience
of the laud's virginity only, which,
on failing, may leave the land less
productive, and the means of repay
ment thus be removed. In this way
trouble begius which may result in
the loss of the farm. Keep very clear
Leadville, Col., August 31.
Reddy Williams and Ed Cunning
ham, living near lied Cliff, Battle
Mountain, yesterday agreed to settle
il..:. i v .i a .
nrir nvairy lor me naud ot a young
lady by means of pistols. At a shrn.il
each drew his weaon and fired.
Williams fell at the 6rst shot, pierced
through the heart, and ( 'mi :i i nirli i mi
I fell shot through the lungs, aud died
left to themselves they always breathe One of the most striking sights that
throntr I thttir nne I. I .1 .. - . B O) 7 -
, . m i . . , iaKes t attention ot the traveler in
oo. possibly, we are intended to J.... : e . .
t i ii I i . . r" " me wooiicn sanua s
tflk'O llll llie tn-il f ......... . , "
... iL- r. . . B , . ' worn y the 35,000,000 of people.
unless necessity drive- us to breathe These sandals have a separate cira
through the mouth. oartment for flm bro,i toi
wA!!L7iT ""I" t,,Cr rea8T W.h? c,at;kig s o the streets. Straw
we ought to make our noses furnish Li;, i .L i . .
i . . , ..i.o me awo wurn, auu a traveler
all the air to our lungs One is, the starting out on a journey will strap a
nose is filled with a little forest of I r .u , . Jt , ?. T.
. i i . , t. . i v j w iucui on ma oacK. mat ne
hair, which is always kept most, like! m! TTT
all the inner surfaces of the nose, and is worn out. Thev cost but a cent
par icies o dust that would otherwise and a half a pair. They are rights
rush into the lunges and make trouble, and lefts, and leave the foot free to
are caught ami kept out by this little the air; we never see those deformi
ha.ry network. lien the passages of ties of the foot in Japan which are so
the nose are onger, and smaller, and frequent in this country. They are
more crooked than that of the mouth, nm- ;.. it., i..." il- - : .
. w. ii ... .ne iiuusv.ueiuir leu out
s that as it passes throuirh them t lie L;.u t.: 6.,
i t v . -. .. i dunii( uinrii cue street
air becomes warm. But these aro on v v ..e it .
. J '""K ui inuui at mc
a few reasons why the nose ought not doors, old and new, large and small,
to be switched off and eft idle n. r : !... . . .
- i , . ,a aui pnaiug to sue uow rapidly the
many mates are while 1 heir owners go Ja, step out of them aud pick then,
pufling through their mouths. Up again with their feet, without
All trainers of men tor racing, and stopping, when leaving the house,
rowing, aud all other athletic contests, . 6
unuersranu tins, and teach their mi- Ti11,i..,,T,.i..i..
pus accordingly, jf the boys will try
una pmn. mey win SOou see what a Tl - u , .
.1 :. ...:n i .i . . mivc mi out meilK WHO
MiunvuvR .i win niaae iu meir enUU- waa w L-in.r il.m.n. -.i.
ranee. After you have run a few rod i:n L " 1 "Tf" yu" "
I. 1 i. . .. . 7 , -i ounuiar uj ins siue. l he o d
Holding your mouth tightly closed man suddenly LnlTj LTIl
here will come a time when it wilt t- f..r -l' i. . V.,7
seem as hough you could not get first was beginning to iieep above the
a,r enough through the nose alone; ground ; the secoiTd had rooted it-elf
but don t give up ; keep right on, and pretty well into the earth ; the third
hi. a n . V 7 rM 8mart 8,,r,,b J whilst the fourth
thlS. A little Practice of t il methm L.... I l- r. ti . . L
, - .. mat nan a iu ii sized iree. Alien
the old moiik said to his young com
'Pull up the first.'
The boy pulled it rtp easily with
hii fi igcrs.
Now pull up the second.'
The youth obeyed, but not so
'And the third.'
But the boy had to put forth all
"m uowy saiu ine master, 'try
your hand upon the fourth.'
But Io ! the trunk of the tall tree
(grasped in the arms of the youth)
scarcely shook its loaves ; and the
little fellow found it impossible to
tear its roots from the earth. Then
the wise old monk explained to his
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An Adventure with a Snake.
A Dangerous Plaything Two Young
Children tone Found with.
A Stroudsbunr (Penn. telegram
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Mrs, Franklin Smith, in Eldrcd town- Z & & th
ahinL thi. eoiintv. i ;i ..1 hi Mre le 8cceetlcd in uprooting it.
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tle snake dead. Mrs. Smith was un
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ai;e uro, aH a el.iM f . neighbor, . "1 .1 7 ,1 CXl,la",,
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o.iv. H. in ueeu waiciwng mem ironi tne iru:- . .
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would laugh heaitily. The other , 1 eir deep down into our
child at intervals w&ld hend Z Zllh II" Za! TrT
ward, with her face to the o.h1. ew Almighty Imnd of ths
and apparently stroke something with FT Yl I plUOk .,V,ein out'
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vnow-J. PKnFECTLY Harmless.
and try it. -
At ENNISS' Dnto Stor.
North Carolina Railroad.
CAMhrmcn oournmr 1
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Date, Apr. 3u, 182
4 Hieh Point..
A rr . G reensboro ....
Leave G reensboro .
" Kaleisrh.. J.
Arr. Goldsboro ,
I No. 51. I
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6.26 s -7.5011
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Letter fvom a Osatl emsn Ninety Years
Old. Lon jLifg from Tjae of Brand.
PitAittie ocCiiie.v, Wis., Feb. 11, 1882.
I am in the ninetieth venr of mv unrlil.
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i 111 l..rtt..i.i.o .in. I I . T.. . . . . . i .
fw... ! I fc ' passing toanoiiier, and
lur I I trust, a better world, 1 wish to bear testimo
ny io ine great vtrtuesof lirandrelh's Pillsas a
household remedy. They are the best blood
pun hers and cleansers of the stomach and bow
els in the world. I have raised a family of 10
children, been blessed with three wives,and my
lamily experience reaches over seventy years
For over forty-five years I have known and
believed in Brandreth's Pills. They have
cured me of indigestion. in.tivenu ,i,.J,.
and the females of my family have found them
invaluable at all times. I also wish to say
that I have found Allcock's Porous Plas
ters very useful in breast pains, backache
and weak muse lea,
A l kreo BacxsoN, A.M., D.D.
No. 15 Daily except .Saturday,
Leave Greeusboro 6 30 p. m.
Arrive at Raleigh 2.45 p. in.
Arrive at Uoldsboro 8.00 "
Noi. 51 Connects at Salisbury W. N. C. R.
K.. for Asheville and Warm Springs 0
Greensboro with R.& D. R. R. for sll paoU
North, East and West, via. Danville. Al
Goldsboro with VV. & W.R. R.for Wiisap
No. 53 Connects at Salisbury wilh WJ.
C. It. K. forallDointsin Wpstrrn N.Cirolini:
daily at Greensboro with R.&$). R. B.fbr)ll
points .North, Jiast and West.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Date. Feb. 19, 1882.
No. 50. I
land turtle about the yard for si sou and dVfV. 1
days and Air, Smitl supposed the r
ohildren had come across this and rpna in cnecK. JLx.
Mater ual Love.
were amtisinfir themselves with it ftk
w - - -w v.
watched them for as much as a ouar-
. -m i t i . . . .
icr oi an nour, wiien she waked in. a !. ....
ward them to see what tl.ey were do- ad necu iar Tho ohiW abU,,"g'
inz to the tortlo. IVhsn .ii ki. . nrt peculiar. The child, as soon as
e . r.i , c oorn, is taken up into her tendorvt
feet of them she was struck srwHvd.l j ! . r. tentierest
and motionless with horror to see that Uves Z t'Zs ZSTY'
their plaything was a lanre rottlo! v. of herse,f'
i i , . . - ,, , . auio pwtuiiu uuect on is as extendi vp
snake, which was at full length, mak- L tile race, for it is found LT'I!
ing no Hostile demonstrations, simply as well as civilized peop e
raising ,t. head when ,t was touched, This affection was strikingly nita-
opeuing its mouth and darting its ted by an Indies who U Ctr
tongue out and ,. It was this per- childf Unableto find her owu ehiM site
foriuance of t in siink w ki.h ,.o,,.i . .i. wu,r1'1
. .... , . . wvi cuicreu ine uome oi a wmtt familv
the children's mirth. Finaflv M.L ,-h;.. i "l L w . 6 Iam,,Jr
cj -.1 . J vmw tiiut; iu ner anus tne nrpttv
b 'l'"0. Le'e.l; "r tw11frwJd. baby, lavUhed apo. it br w eal," Sf
and the snake discovered her. In- .,,,,1 fi.iL m, . 1
.... imooiiicu ny ujuuiuiea. 1 lie mn nor
slantly its whole appearance changed. wa8 surprised at the peculiar exhibi'
as quick as lierlitnmcr it thr
,i . . 7 .vu, mn urnuir io rwara to rescna
into the coil which gives it the pow- her child, when X tLT t'"!
er to make its dead v snrino- d .h i .... i. ui.i..r MTt
i , . - or gomvj.cw uii uianaeiasone would
sounded its rattle. 1 his sudden move- S sick child, aud, after clwJi
ment ot the atiakfl a larmd ii,B xi. i. ' ' "''"IH in
j j , v . , ' 'cr arms, utierea a low, mournful
Mrs. omitli then huiud a Hub. nnd ,..k: .1 . .
with a few blows killed the snake JCs! ZCT r?Z LT
r. l-ti 1 ' mm mc xuuiau b arms, aim
alter which nhe mm-iulH-ml not . ma 1.... I... I. I :. 77 , 9
until revival by her ..ck-hbor. TkZ ..7"n" 7Z "7 ,lmaer-
8.ke wa. bwVc- fair and five feet I . JT STZ2r22TS
loug, and had ve rallies neck of ri 7 V.'a .k1B "
a. r I IIC All
time two buffalo tongues. She
asked permission, by signs, to kiss
the baby, and it was grauted.
Then she departed, and never came
m m m j
We should never throw off polite
ness even iu our conflicts with coarse
London, August 31, The Vicar
of Stratford on A von, has signified
his williitgiietM to allow the remains
of 8hakcM.eare to be examined. The
object ia d.sturhing the remains is to
compare the skull of the poet with
the busts aud portraits of him.
CUBE OF NEURALGIA.
Taken as a "Forlorn Hops, "Brandreth's
a Fills Effectta Jlagical Cure.-Small-Pox
Sehenek Ave., East New York, April 12, 1880.
I most cordially give my testimony as to
the great value of Brandreth's PiUs, verified
by eighteen years' experience in my mother's
(the late Mrs, Dri Geo M Browne) family and
my own. They were at first taken aa a "for
lorn hope for toe cure of a very aevre case
of Neuralgia of several years' standing the
patient being completely prostrated by disuse
and the excessive use.of opium, taken-to dead
en the pain (by advice of her physician.) The
InVLlZTZl101 mfgiC?i; in O0e nont, he
was able to b nn -.ml i .
r "" aiuunu ireeiv.and
the disease has never returned. My mother
R,? cudff" eltackof Iniamatoiy
Rhumatism by the same mean. About six
years ago I was taken with what appeared to
be a bad cold, bat in a short time. sVmtoins of
confluent Small Pox were dvelopedreauslng
Sl?0nim- 1 det'ned lou Br.nd!
reth s Pills as a remedy, and their efficacy was
soon apparent. I was well mch sooneMhan
w expected and without receiving a Lawle
Kli0'- ir,rbi'?t ny kind. Ji b Vj 3K
belief, judging from the severity of the casT
JtXj -DVr-8' tfe reularuUne
prescribed by physicians, I should have died
r o W ? "!a,,J other inUnces of the value
Mrs. E. St. John.
XT8EII THIRTY YEARS.
COULD NOT GET ALONG WITHOUT BRAND
RETH'S PILLS IN THE HOUSE.
84 Morton Street, New York City, Umr. 1 1880
I have used Brandreth s tfigl ov 'thirty
years. I am a vrot ,.pr... J:! "rv
V.TTiCZs 5? relief. I also
7en, with whieh I am
wi i rain .o. oz, xuenmena iiw "V-Trl
V.al,inl,.n " - il- mim flallTll''"
i . -. t .... . . ..... IiAFVi
tfnsr i nrouiin ricReis on saieaiurrc"--jT'
Rfieigh, Goldsboro, SalUbdry and Charhg
anf at all principal points South, SootSOB
ttt3r7Z W',ich , Weal, North and East. For Emigrant. rrtjw
Arrive Raleigh ...
Arrive Durham ....
' Greens! ro...
Arrive High Piont
10.00 s. m
10.11 a. a.
No. 16, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv. Goldsb's 4 4fO
Ar. Kaleigh 8,
No. 50 Connects at Charlotte with A. 4
Air Line for all points in the South and Seilta
No. 52 Connects at Cbsrlotto with C, m
& A.R.R. with allpolnts South and SoolhetN .
N. W.M. C RAILROAD
Goisg West. No. 50 Daily,
Lv. Greensboro 925pm 10 25
Ar. Kernersville 1041 44 1135 44
4t Salem 11 10 44 1209 pU.
No. 51. 1
Goxxo Wist. Daily. No.W.
ex. Sun. P''' J.
Leave Salem 620am 6 10 p at
Ar. Kernersville 646 44 tot u
" Greensboro 7 45 M -I i
ITATE UmVElIIfY UlUulkk
AO. 1. M -
Leave Chapel Hill ...
Dsily ex. Bus.
Arrive Chapel Hill ......
Pullman Sleeping Cars without ChS
I in IV. ir. Vr. Sll K- V..,U ..d Al UUW
v ' - v. w. t 4via saw i ,
ttv a - a . .ii i: i
asm ngi on x mnville, ,.u
52, Kichmend iHrin
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