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SALISBURY. N. C, SEPTEMBER 20, 1883.
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I T destroys E
the f -rw
- of DiscaseB
Grace tosses back her bonnie hair,
Soft and fine as a skein of ilk,
And her blue eyes darkeu dreamily
Orer her bowl of bread and milk.
What it the meditating upon
The earnest thinker, not fit seven f
She ponder awhile, then slowly asks
"Mamma, it there milk in heaven f"
O. wise mamma who sees at
That should she answer "No,"
Her little brown haired questioner
Would have no wish to go !
Tb. mM pole1 Antieeptic know. J
tf tESVENT THE CH0LSBA?
The most power Antt-
septlc -Agent wmcn cnem-
lstry lias prouueeu.
it - use either Internal
ly or Externally renders
nil it comes in contact
ith. nitre. t$wet aud clean
u..1.it . 1. . i.n.ililrtiitll it flttt-
11 , 11 i ll iiiinv Uis- case germs ceases auu iuu
by an-iniroiu.-cd nyipatleut recovers.
Srtiffi ,,&i?Jj ronS" When used on Vi.ckks.
elr soAUie, Burns, Ekcptions
SwtMf88! 111 e UndSoKfcsltstopsallpatu,
wiiunj,' flpieaL ' , 'sweetens the parts and
These llfiis;-onerite .promots the rapid fonn
JSSM nil tbe. uir um () uealtl.y Vlesh.
So she waits a minute, half-doubt fully
Mtheu, With a lofinj
Jilting of "milk at
' She'feerlessly answers
Qrace plies her spoon cout
With a cheerful little el
At if Umr Mimi. trai Hi
On a verylmnortaut
tisetnent of a fine country teat for
sale, and he read it through the
description of the stables, barns, bath
tubs, conservatory, veranda, land and
kitchen gardens ; the well, the tiled
hall and frescoed ceilings, as though
he intended to buy it for himself
Then he cast his eyes upon an ac
count of how Mr. Mullen had beaten
Mrs. Mullen, and had been arretted
for so doing ; and then he found him
self reading a paragraph to the effect
that the heirs of Timothy Bloom, of
Lancaster, England, if living, might
hear something to their advantage by
applying to Jones & Johnson,
the Jn uun-
SMAlX POM. MfASI.EH. EL- rtfl 8 U
I L AllltlH'segtuerate dlsease
Tt prnosure In a Sick
room, Cellar, 8Dle Pu:
the aimospnere auu
away the Reims of
nfise (in(l death.
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wDtaglfit 'A: Talen Internally It pu-
-PWIfcj '1 E-arise rtfr P ' 3
"WAL,Jl5;l Wweh -it tone and healthy vlwr.
from WfVSess Yin- It Is thus that It rvr
S SuufEtr uu- digestion and Dyspepsia,
deuqai I When used as a lotion
4w tUtfoiMb fin fce!lt destroys all Freck-le and
J o"ll Wbfa the Blouih-produclng germs,
rrfi o " .'' .1!,.it.li skin -clear.
S7P .wHue andansparent as
3rotli of that of a little child.
Bnt her next remark is one of those
Surprising, tin looked for things!
For she asks in simple childish faith.
"Then, mamma, do the cows have
Judge Jere Black.
A nation weeps
A nation with uncovered head
Stands in the presence of her dead ;
And he for whom the bittqr cry
SwelU np unto the leaden sky
' .. . v-ISi... ,Oo rtf Pnif.
n Korat &Addlind chlo
rine, kntiTu I
It renders all itl
:omes in contact!
with pure and
name many of the
Snace loos nol permit us to
MS to il:h tils great Germ-destyer is applica
ble. As ! ybur frugglst for printed matter descrtp
Uveof li i usefultiees, or address
1 1 J. H. ZEILIN & CO.,
i..mif:iiir nM lienns, ruit.nt
5(1 cQts peiBottle.
The angel came
Not to the tiny babe at rest
Upon the mother's glowing breast;
Not t-e the youth of restless kind ;
Not to the mail whose eager mind
Reached out for fame
But to the sage
Upon whose hoary, noble head
Had earth her kindliest honors. shed,
And whose life's sunset seemed to be
The dawa of that sterility
Which cheered his age.
A nation weeps 1
But what ah, what are human tears
To him who, full of useful years,
Meekly his burden layeth down.
And, with the promise of a crown,
In Jesus sleeps.
Pint Bottles, $1.00.
A CHANGE IN FORTUNE.
Timothy Bloom, salesman in Mr.
Crabbe's big retail dry goods store,
was stealthily eating his lunch in a
dusty corner amongst some empty
packing boxes. It was not very good
lunch, ami warm as the day was, he
had but one irlass of ice-water with
A mild, pleasant looking young
fellow was Timothy Bloom, With eyes
like a pretty girl s and fair hair part
ed down the middle: but he was
rather doleful at this moment, for
Crabbe, senior, had just been abusing
him for nermittino; a lady who was
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not to be suited by mortal salesman
to Teet off without buying anything
and had likewise informed him that
he had been five seconds -late that
morning and would in consequence
"be deducted an eighth on Saturday
That" was not pleasant, tud Mr
Crabbe's manner was not pleasant
and Ihe dusty corner and the sj-ale sand
wich were not pleasant. And who
can wonder that poor Timothy Bloom
looking up at a row of decorated cor
set boxes above his head, and taking
his idea from the winged infant pic
tured upon them, remarked uuder his
!l wish I was a cherub."
At this moment, even as the wish
fluttered up to the corset boxes, a
little boy, about three feet high, boat
ing on his bosom a badge with the
ntw prepared to supply our enormous number 1189, came around
the corner, and fixed his pothetic
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eyes ou Mr. doom s giass oi water.
'My name thought Mr. Bloom at
first. Then, with astart, he remem
bered that he had heard that his
ras ! named Timothy.
Certainly, he came from Lancaster
England. His father, David Bloom,
had been an only son. He was an
only son" himself. Well, then, he was
Timothv Bloom's heir, if it should
prove that the Timothy Bloom men
tioned was really his grandfather's
'But, oh pshaw !' said Mr. Bloom,
'This sort of thing could n t happeu
to me. It's some other Timothy, not
poor old grandfather. And he copied
the address of Jones & Johnson into
his pocket book and went back to
his counter quite calmly, though he
wrote to Jones & Johnson that
However, wonders will never cease.
When Tim Bloom, the meekest of
all young mou, went home that Sat
urday evening with a 'deducted' sala
ry ' and a scolding, he found Mr.
Johnson himself in the boarding
louse parlor, and an examination of
he family Bible in his possession,
anil of a certain bundle of yellow
etter that Mr. Bloom had more than
once uecmeu to mini, out nau iortu-
nately spared, settled the matter.
Half a million of money had come
to him in the regular course of nature,
and he was richer, uot only than Mr.
Crabbe, but than any of his most
It was a wonderful surprise to
little Tim Bloom, and he scarcely
grasped the idea at first. Even after
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he had told his duet conhdant, lus
landlady's pretty granddaughter, Me-
hitabel W hite, a pretty, pink-cheeked,
callable damsel, called Hetty for
short he only went so far as think
of a pair of patent leather boots and
a diamond cravat pin.
Hetty waked him to a full realiza
tion of his changed condition by say
ing, rather seriously, and looking
away from him :
'Of course, grandma's won't suit
you any longer, Mr. Bloopi, and
you'll have to go back to Crabbe &
Rv Geonre ! I never thought of
it ; so I shan't,' said Tim Bloom.
'No more counter jumping for me :
and if Mrs. White will let ine hire
the back parlor, take I'll that. Go
away? Not I.
Not yet : it's too soon,' said Hetty
to herself : 'but he'll go as soon as
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snubbed roe whenever he spoke to
me thought Tiro Bloom. 'Yes,
this is the old story : everybody,
everybody, even old Mrs. . White
flattering and cringing fib my money.
I wonder whether H e t't y is
the same?' And in the seclusion of
his own apartment poor Tim Bloom
actually cried ; though Mr. Crabbe
called that evening and took him to
a cna rating stag party, wuere me
guests were principal ly in the dry
goods lice, and in every direction
one's ears caught the remark, 'sold a
bill of goods to a man.'
'You rascal said the excellent
father, on the wa v home. 'I see you
are afraid to speak, bat I know you
could n't keep your eyes off my Be
linda last Wednesday.'
'Could I hone for yur content if
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My dear boy ha ! ha ! Why ask
her and see !' cried MrrCrabbe. 'It
has always been the wish of my
heart, even when you were a poor
clerk, and she (don t you say I told
you) always admired you always !
At nine o clock one night Mrs.
White's door bell rang and a messen
ger boy handed in a letter a big
seal and 'immediately' on it. What
eould it be? Something about the
property, of course. Mrs. White car
ried it herself to Mr. Bloom's room,
and as she handed it in. she saw him
seated beside a table on which stood
a tray of delicacies. Mr. Crabbe was
at supper with her boarder.
'Excuse me said Timothy.
'Oh ! certainly said Mr. Crabbe.
Timothy opened the letter, read it,
uttered a deep sigh and passed it to
Mr. Crabbe. Mr. Crabbe read it and
'Do I understand it? said limo
hy, hiding his face.
' Your lawyer says the property is
no longer yours, .mat your granu
father was not the right Timothy
Bloom, and that the real heir will
demand a restoration of what you
have spent already.'
'Yes, I was right said Mr. Bloom.
'But, Mr Crabbe, after all, I shall
do very well. I can go back to your
store, and Miss Belinda has quite a
little fortune of her own. We can
still be happy.
Mr. Crabbe leaped to his feet.
A person in good health, with fair play
easily resists cold. Bat when the health
flags a little and liberties are taken with
the stomach, or the nervous system, a
chill is easily taken, and according, to the
weak spst of the individual, assumes the
form of a cold, or pneumonia, or, it may
be jaundice. Of all causes of "cold,"
probably fatigue is one of the most effi-
cient. A laueu man comintr home at
night from a long day's work, a growing
youth losing two hours' tleep over even
ing parties two or three timet a week,
or a young lady heavily "doing the sea
ton," young children overfed and with i
thort allowance of sleep, are common in
instances of the victims of "cold." Lux
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nry it favorable to chill taking ; very hot
rooms, toft chair, and feather beds, cre
ate a tentitivenets that leads to catarrhs.
It it not, after all, tbe "cold" that is so
much to be feared as the antecedent con
ditions that give the attack a chance of
doiug harm. Some of the worst "colds,"
happen to those who do not leave their
house or even their bed, and those who
are the most invulnerable art often those
who are matt exposed to changea of tem
perature, and who, by good sleep cold
bathing, and regular habits, preserve the
tone of their nervous system and ciicula
Probably many chills are contracted at
night or at the fag end of the.day, when
tired people get the equilibrium of their
circulation disturbed by either overheat
ed sitting rooms, or under heated bed
rooms and beds. This is especially the
case with elderly people. In such cases
the mischief is not always done instanta
neously, or in a single night; it ofteu
takes place insiduously, exteuding over
days or even weeks. It thus appears that
"taking cold" is uot by any means a sim
ple result of lower temperature, but de
pends largely on personal conditions aud
habits, affecting especially the nervous
aud muscular energy of the body. Lon
don Lancet. .
1,000,000 POUNDS OP
DRIED FRUIT il BEBRIES
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KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN'S I
Dry Goods, Notions, ClothinG, Furnishing Goods,
They have just received a new supply of Sl"BlEH GOODS, which the; offer very
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cuesp, wiiu m inn nssurtnwnt m
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Their Stock of Family Groceries is large and complete. They still have the best
Flour, Oat Meal. Meats, Sugars, Teas, Coffees, Rice, Meal,
Npw Orleans Mnlouna. Svrnna. Pnm T.arrl. Ac.
A full assortment of Family Medicines. FRUIT JARS cheap and all kinds.
Table and Glassware, A Good Stock. Agents for Coats' Spool Cotto.
Still have a plenty pf Five Cents Tinware. Come and see us before you buy o
sell, for we will do you good.
July 4th, 1883.
sir !' lie said, 'this
great piece of inijiertinence, sir
haven t spoken to iSelinda.
'But you assured me ' began
'I didn't!' shrieked Mr. Crabbe.
'At least I was mistaken. I came
here with the intention of telling you
upon my word and honor that the
can't endure you and as for the
store, you are a most incompetent
salesman. There is no situation open.
Sorry for you, but good night.
'Good night,' said Timothy,
'Then, as the door closed, he took
the letter and carried it to old
Experiment in Grape Culture.
Mr. G. H. Wearn, of Berryhill
township has been experimenting in
grape culture and yesterday brought
us a lot of fine grapes of his own
raising. They were a cross between
the Concord and Winter grape and
have the peculiar taste of both com
bined. In size the grapes are a little
larger than buckshot. The vineApon
which they grow resemble the wild
grape vine in every respect. Mr.
Wearn secured this odd result by
grafting. This new style of grape,
Mr. Wearn says, makes wine oL a
particular fine quality. Journal Ob
Commerce quickly sees the best way
to effect her purpose. Since the St. Goth
ard Tunnel was finished much of the Ital
ian trade has beeu diverted into the bauds
of Belgians, Germans and Hollanders
Through the tunnel and without break
J. n. KEE2ST,
Salisbury, N. C.
Apt for PHffiNIX IRON WORKS,
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills,
Also, Contractor and Builder,
Ja 25, S3. ly
The B iston Globe in nnticieng the
industrial exposition says "the North
Carolina exhibit is nearly arranged
and is well worthy of the most care
ful inspection. The grand display of
cereals and mineral cannot be passed
by without many inquiries, and the
gentlemanly attendants arc ever ready
to o-ive the most complete infornia-
The Valley Mutual Life Association
of Virginia stands endorsed by such men
as Judge A. C. Avery, Rev. C. T. Bailey,
R. T. Gray, and other prominet men of
this State Judge Avery says of it :
"I have held a policy in 'The Valley
Mutual Life Association' since the fall of
1880, and consider myself fortunate in
having relied upon its solvency. The cost
will never amount to more than forty per
cent, of the premiums charge by regular
companies ou the same risks."
THANKS, THEY (01 !
Our Stsck Constantly Replenishei.
Mrs. White, wive with Hetty as as- uulk early fruits many be taken from
sistant was seeding raising for next 1 n parts of Italy to the principal seaports
AkWKUi AS THE INTEREST OF
rR. Crawford, of the firm of
. R. CRAWFORD & CO.
omcrs with all kinds of
In addition to the
Hes Selected Stock or
D W A It E inthe
S T A T E.
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iWe also handle
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Rifle anci Blasting Powder
Jind a, full lino of Mining Supplies.
'I say, Mr. Bloom,' he whispered,
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pathetically, -won i you give mo just
a "mouthful of that water? Mr.
Crabbe says us cashes ain't to have
no drinks, and I'm chokinV
Mr. Bloom smiled pitifully at the
child, a forlorn widow's bread, win-
ner. and said mildly as. he held out
'Here. Johuiiv. take half, I'd let
7 & m
yon have it all if we were not limi
ted to one elass ourselves
'Guess water's gettin' dear,' said
Johnny, eagerly swallowine the
share allowed of the cooling draught,
but scrupulously careful not to exceed
'ThanVee. You're a brick. Mr.
Bumps hit me a lick when I asked
him. Here xre have the evening
turner. A customer left it on the desk.
Save it for me to take to mar when I
duplicate Any Prices lWf2SE5,W
Hie UIUIUU9 r O
'Cash 1139!' shrieked a female
voice. 'Cash! Cash!'
It's Miss Pringle. I must go,'
whispered Johnny, and sped away in
terror. , , .
There wexten cash boys in the
store, and thej' had been numbered
high to sound well.
Mr. Bloom peered around the cor
ner at the clock, and saw that he had
11 11c subsection priee of the Watcumax ell minutes more to himself, and
K L!!f ,da!r9 ? I opened the paper. Tbe first thing
r.st,M nl,e Horse," free to every sub- i:..l.Lf..nn vv-s the adver.
c quite understand,
'Let me congratulate you, my dear
Mr. Bloom, said Air. Crabbe, bowing
day s pudding, sitting one on either 0r ti,e Continent on the German Ocean,
side of the drop light in the diuing auj floul 8U, places as Antwerp and
Rotterdam swift steamers convoy the
precious but perishable produce with all
speed to London and other English cities
where a ready market is obtained.
have to give up the back
parlor,' said poor Timothy. 'And as
for mv half-hall bedroom, I don't
. 1 If i ci
very store uoor. j. aiwuys a
superiority in j'ott over the otner
young men. I said to my daughter
Belinda the other day : 'it it were
not for giving offeuce to others I
should ask Mr. Bloom to our little
as he parted from the departing clerk, 1 kow inv to pay for that, for Crabbe
as he did to carriage customers at tne won't take me back
'Time serving old wretch !' said
Mrs. White. 'No matter Mr. Bloom.
I'll trust you. Intentions beiug right,
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1 never win oe nam on my uwrc.-, make the exhibition H 8UCCess. Tiis o
and you cau keep the parlor until it Races will be
! is hired, because its more couitorta-j . t , . ... .., ijiiin
n .1 f . 1 I : r one ieuiuro auu -
evenings, oomeui.ng 01 ineprinc . b,e , All the lead in 11 India. Chiefs
iiggiusn awui Hiiii, uuV u "tci 'Ana try to Keep up your sunns. . , . , . . . . -
w. . . . .- I - . . " t. IIAVP. IeU IIIIlW-l aim nil. i""""
has his dunes, l ney sometimes maue sajti Hetty, 'for, after all, money isn't
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his heart ache, but tie must penorra t everything.1
them. It seemed too sudden to last, said
Little Rock, Ark., September 8. On
the JSth iust., au internatioMal fair will
be held at Vinton, Cherokee Nation. The
rimmkeas are makiuc every ettoit to
I the State.
(fAUiND see us.
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Mr. Bloom remembered the plac
ard over the water cooler: 'Cashes
not allowed drinks : "a cash who
drinksdeducted one-half,' aud thought
that if Mr. Crabbe really had a heart
this must be true.
Tim Bloom was a rich man ; but
he.4tad no rich friends as yet. The
i i . - o. r i l l
oierKS at vraooe oz. vo.y nw ween
always quarreling amoug themselves,
and he had not kuown 6fie in
The boarders were not 'sociable.'
He treated them to ice cream several
times, and took Hetty White -to a
concert or two.
He improved his mind in libraries
and museums, and set up a bookoose
of his own, into which he put a
miscellaneous assortment of volumes.
When one day he received a perfumed
envelope, inviting him to a lawn
tennis party at Mr. Crabbe's country
seat, he felt that the wealthy had
just begun for him. He accepted it
of course, and went attired in per
fect style, and -looking very well in
deed. He returned bewildered. Miss
Crabbe was very handsome. She
played and sang and danced and was
stylish.' She had set her cap for
him, and Mr. Crabbe yes, actually
Mr. Crabbe had plainly allowed
him to see that he would give his
consent to the match.
Mrs. White. 'I never trusted hee
So the good sonls comforfed him,
and after a while, when he asked
Hetty to take a little walk with him
There was a little park ou the op
posite side of the street, and though
the gates were locked, they walked
around its railings. Their talk was
long and earnest, aud at last Timo
thv said :
"'Well Hetty, poor as I am, will
you promise to marry me some
day?' . ,
'And she had answered, 'Yes, Tim,
it was settled ;
A Great Water-Power
FOR SALE !
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
PIJ HTIFJt A 1KORGA1V,-
Wm. J. Plujuirr. long known e the Lei
Harue and Saddle Maker who ever did bufia
nei-s in Sidislmrv, presents hi compliniPiit-
to old friends nnd patrons with an invitation
lo call and see. his present tock of ntw
Ha rneKs, Saddles, Collars, Ac lie warrants
satisfaction I o every pun li.i-er of NW Stock.,
and also his repair work. Rales mt low at a
good article will admit of. Gall and Mr.
PLuMMER & MORGAN.
very simply and so
and for a voimtr man
duced from affluence to poverty, Mr.
Bloom certainly looked very happy
as they went home together. But it
was only after Mrs. White had given
her loving consent to his marrying
u.,ft,. vhnn tbev had enough for
bread and butter, that he made
I can't keep it to myself any
longer, grandma. I wrote that letter
myself, I'm as rich as ever I was,
aud -I've tested my friends. Old
9 a a
Crabbe has proven talse and you
have proven true. I felt sure about
Hettv all the while ; and when we
j are married, you must come aud live
with us, and there will be no more
hard work and boarders for yo in
A . S"
TwA mnnl U n (TO IP O'.l tt 1 me fl
stupid Idiot. Two months ag he this world, you dear old soul.
If President Arthur is a sensible
man he will prefer a second term in
the wilderness, aud a longer one, to
leading a forlorn hope towards a
Keennd term in the White House.
Boston Herald, (Ind.)
H. H. Bancroft, the Calfornia historian
has cone to Mexico aud Central America
for one year to stady the antiquities of
of those countries. He is accsmpanieU
by three assistants and proposes to carry
on nisterical wonc wuuoin. iuiciuiimi.
The composition used by Mr. Hatch,
of San Jose, Cal., to kill phyrorsra con
sists of eqnal parts by weight f sulphu
ret sfoarbou, potash, oxide of iron and
sulphur, mixed with eight times the same
amount of Mercury.
Leather may have its color restored by
an application of good blacking, a subse
quent brushing, a very slight oiling, and
... HiMiin(r of crnmtracacanth. It
is surprising what au effect this treat
ment has upsu old and shabby looking
Carrier pigeons are sometimes attacked
aud destroyed by birds of prey. Lately,
it was resolved to try how well raveus
would perform the same functions as the
pigeont. The test was made at Cebleuz
with young birds. The point of arrival
was a small place on the Mosellei near
Troves, distant from Cobleiu about forty
wiles. The sable messengers did Uieir
The most extraordinary unimproved
Water Power on the lalkin Itivcr is lor
sale at low figures. It is situate at the lieau
of the Narrows in Stanly county, 8 miles
from Albemarle, tne couniy seai ; i mnw
from Gold Hill, and alx.ut 28 miles from
Salisbury. It is one mile from the public
highway leading to Salisbury, from which
road it is easily accessible down to the
water's edge. The peculiar feature of this
propertv is that it is a natural stone dam
which "makes about a six foot head of
available-water. The dam runs at an angle
of about 20 or 25 deg. up the river nearly
all the way across, gradually diminishing
in height as it npproac',e8 the opposite
shore. A race of 400 feet in length will add
from 12 to 14 additional feet of head, mak
ing the erand power of 18 or 20. There is
any quantity of building stone and slate
of excellent quality, on the premises, easily
transported by water.
Ti.ia PTf pllnnt nowcr mav be used for
GRIST AND FLOURING MILLS,
COTTON & WOOLEN FACTORIES,
REDUCTION MILL FOR SULPHU
t ta mnvMiientlv near the mines of
a - r
Montgomery, Stanly, parts ot lanarrus,
Rowan and Davidson tonniies to mac n.
a custom mill, for the reduction of ores,
with the great advantage of being in the
centre of the mining districts named above.
The ores within easy reach could not be
worked out in a century.
This water power with 10 acres attached
is offerred at $2,500. with the option of
100 acres at $3,500. The lands are valua
ble for farming purjMses; the situation
healthy, the society good, and church and
school advantages very good. Persons
.;ci,;nir further information may address
Watchman' Salisbury, or air. n. un-
tleton, Albemarle, n.
Map of place luruislieit on appncaupn.j
I W CELEBRATED
ta flrver and agae diatrleta, la tropical aa4
pUjer reg-ioaa viitd by epidcmira, and
indeed in all localities where tbe condi
iona are unfavorable Is health, this fa
mous vegetable invigorsat and alterative '
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters haa bees
found a potest aaftgsnrd even to feeble
contitotiooa asd fragile frames, while a
a cure for indigestion , biliousneaa and kin
dred complaints, It la without a rival.
For sale by all Druggist and Deslcra
School Books Full Stock, lowest prices'.
Writing Paper, Pens and Pencils.
Envelops, Visiting Cards.
Seaside Novels and Monroe's Li buoy'.
Blank Books, Gold, Vim.
Autograph nd Photograph Alliums,.
Wall Paper, Toilet Articles, Perfumery.
Fine Toilet Soap, Combs and Brashes.
Bathing GUves and Towels.
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