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vv ate nman.
ML XV. THIRD SERIES
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He Carolina Watchman,
IN THE YEAR 18S2.
itolC&Sl.M IN ADVANCE.
C o stive n ess.
Impurity of the
I .lood, Fever and
aud All Diseases
EC caused by Ie-
-nient of Liver, Uuwels and Kidneys.
-TMTTQMS OF A TJISFASICn I.TVER.
Bad BrSsth: ri Side, sometime the
:. cirunder the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
kkautnatisin 1 general Ion of appetite ;
isrtllf cfasnvei uiaetimt alternating witn tax;
1m kssd M troubled with pom, is aull ana neavy.
with coiaiderabl lots of memory, accompanied
with psinjM tenia tiun of tearing Undone something
ale ought to have been done ; a slight, dry cough
isti lushed face is sometimes ai. attendant, often
Bttuken fki obiauniptioa; the patient complains
af wriiei aad idebility ; nervous, easily startled ;
feet cold or buru tig, sometimes a prickly sensation
af tkc lkiar.asisti; splriu are low and despondent,
5 although satfidied that exercise wyuld be bene
Cy yet one-can hardly summon up fortitude to
I iiin fact, distrutu every remedy. Several
the abort: tymptoi .-. attend the disease, Intt cases
aarc ecurrad when but few of them existed, yet
examination afte death has shown the Liver to
hare been extensively deranged.
It thraild be used by all persons, old and
young, whenever any of the ahuve
Persons Traveling or I. i vine: In Un
healthy Localities, by tr.kitv a dose occasion
ally to keep the Paver in healthy action, will avoid
a Malarta, TKlinns attacks. Dizziness, Nau
tsj 4)rowsisss,iDepression of Spirits etc. It
will invigorate likf a glass of wine, but is no in
toxicating be fern ge.
. If Ten have eaten anything hard of
digestion, r fed heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Doctors' Bills will be saved
; by always keeping the Regulator
' h tw the Ho n !
Par, whatever th ailment may be, s thoroughly
aafc purgative', alterative and tonic can
atverhe out p! pkce. The remedy is harmless
and does not interfere with business or
it ihIpcrelt teoetablk,
Asd bat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Ijjvcr, Regulator has lcen in use In my
unity for tojne time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition v me medical science.
Q. (int. Shorteh, Governor of Ala.
Bon. Alexander H, Stephen, of On.,
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liwr Regulator, and wish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fails to
Believe." 3 have used .nany remedies for Dys
pepsia, l.ivei Affection and Debility, but never
save wund akiyttSng to benefit me to the extent
Simmons I.ivtr Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Geojgia ifor it, and would send further for
uchamediciiSe, ahd would advise all who are sim.
Uady aflectcdf to give it a trial as it scenu the only
thing that ne vr fails to relieve.
IP. M Jannbv, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. V& M:min says : From actual cx- -prrience-
in the uss of Simmons Liver Regulator in
ny practice have been and am satisfied to use
tad prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
JiyT'akelon6 the Genuine, which always
ass on thei Xf rapper the red Z Trade-Mnrk
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIN & CO.
FOR SLE PV ALL PRUGOISTS.
Eiitiri Stock of
I T 0-
t i - it
BLACKMER & TAYLOR,
sr i i
I v ill carry on the
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to -a 11 1
s brunt: lies, including
RIFLE and LASTINr POWDEIi,
Dynamite ad fall kinds of Mining Sup
plies. In sboit, everything ordinarily fonnd
in a First -C
Where I wifl lxj pleased to see all persons
w ish to; purchase Hardware
WlLX KEPrNO BOOKS or Accounts.
All parties indebted to Blackmer
TylQr are requested to make immediate
8ettlement. Tujfir accounts will he in the
hands ofV, & Blackmeu who will mftke
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The Wish King.
A young farmer who was very un
lucky sat on Iiis plow a moment lo
rest, and just then an old woman crept
past and cried : "Why do vou va on
drudging day and night without re-
ward ' alk two days till vou come
to a great fir-tree that stands all alone
n the forest and overtops all other
rees. If you can hew it down, vou
will make your fortune."
.Not waiting to have the advice re
peated, the farmer shouldered his ax
and started on his journey. Sure
enough, alter tramping two days, he
came to the fir-tree, which he instant-
y prepared to cut down. Just as the
ret swayed, and before it fell with!
i crash, there dropped out of its
branches a nest containing two egfs.
The eggs rolled to the ground and
iroke, and there darted out of one a
young eagle and out of the other roll
ed a gold ring. The eagle grew lar
ger, as if by enchantment, aud when
it reached the size of a man, it spread
its wings as if to try their Strength,
then snaring upward, it cried :
"You have rescued me; take as a
reward the ring that lay in the other
egg; it is a wish-ring. Turn it on
your huger twice, and whatever your
I " . lis , . r -a w.
wisn is it shall be lulhiled. JtHit re
member there is but a single wish in
the ring. No sooner is that granted
than it loses its power and is only an
ordinary ring. Therefore, consider
well what vou desire, so that vou mav
never hive reason to repent your
choice." So speakiug, the eagle soar
ed high in
the air. circled over the
farmer's head a few times, then dart
ed, like an arrow, toward the east.
Ihe farmer took the ring, placed it
on his finger, and turned on his way
lomewartl. 1 o ward evening, he reach
ed a town where a jeweler wt in his
.shop behind a counter on which lay
many costly rings for sale. Ihe far
mer showed his owu, and asked the
merchant its value.
"It isn't worth a straw " the iew-
Upon that, the farmer laughed ve
ry heartily, and told the man that it
was a wish-ring, and of greater value
than all tne rings in the shop together.
ihe jeweler was a wicked, design
ing man, and so he invited the farm
er to remain us his guest over night.
"For," he explained, only to shelter
a man who owns a wish-ring must
80 he treated his guest .o wine and
fair words; and that night, as the
farmer lay sound asleep, the wicked
man stole the magic ring from his An
ger, and slipped on, in its place, a
common one which he had made tu
resemble the wish-ring.
The next morning the jeweler was
all impatience to have the farmer be
gone. He awakened him at cock
crow, and saiil : "You had. better go
for you have still a long journey be
As soon as the fanner had departed
the jeweler closed his shop, put up
the shutters, so that no one could peep
hi, bolted the door behind him, and,
standing 111 the middle of the room,
he turned the ring and cried : "I wish
instantly to possess a million gold
No sooner said than the great, shin
ing gold pieces came (muring down
upon him in a golden torrent over his
head, shoulders and arms. Pitifully
he cried for mercy, and tried to reach
and unbar the door; but before he
succeeded he stumbled aud fell bleed
ing to the ground. As for the gold
en rain, it never stopped till the weight
of the metal crushed the floor and the
jeweler and his money sank through
to the cellar. The gold still poured
down till the million was complete,
and the jeweler lay dead in the cel
lar beneath his treasure. i
The noise, however, alarmed the
neighbors, who came rushing over to
see what the matter was: when they
saw the mau dead uuder his gold
they exclaitred : "Doubly unfortunate
he whom blessings kill. Afterward,
the heirs came andV divided the pro
In the meantime the farmer reach
ed home in high spirits and ibowed
the ring to his wife.
"Henceforth we shall never more
lie in want, dear wife," be said. Our
fortune is made. Only we must be
very careful to consider well just what
we ought to wish." -
The farmer's wife, of course, pro
fered advice. "Suppose," said she,
'that we wish for that bit of land that
lies between our two fields?'
That isn't worth while her hus
band replied. 'If we work hard for
a year we'll earn enough money to
So the two worked very hard, and
at harvest time they had never raised
such a crop before. They had earn
ed money enough to buy the coveted
strip of laud and still have a bit to
spare. 'See said the man, ( we have
the land aud the wish as well.'
Tlie farmer's wife then suggested
that they had better wish for a cow
and a horse. But the man replied:
4 Wife, why waste our wish on such
trifles? The horse and cow we'll get
Sure enough, in a year's time the
money for the horse and cow had been
earned. Joyfully the man rubbed
his hands. 'The wish is saved again
this year, and yet we have what we
desire. How lucky we are?'
But now his wife seriously adjured
him to wish for something at last.
'Now that you have a wish to be
granted,' she said, 'you slave and toil,
and are content with everything.
You might be king, emperor, baron,
even a gentleman farmer, with chests
overflowing with gold ; but yni dou't
know what you want.'
'We are young, aud life is long,' be
answered. 'There is only one wish
in the ring, and that is easily said.
Who knows but sometime we may
sorely, need this wish? Are we iu
want of any tluug ? Have we not pros
pered, to ail people's astonishment.
since we possessed this ring? Be rea-
ire i m . - v t si
sonauie ana patient ior a wuue. in
the meantime, consider what we real
ly ought to w rsh for.'
And that was the end of the matter.
It really seemed as if the ring had
brought a, blessing into the honse.
Grainaries and barns were filled to
over flowing, and in the course of a few
years the poor farmer became a rich
and portly person, who worked witftTOjjU production. r
his men afield during the day, as if
he, too, Had to earn his daily bread ;
out aiter supjier ne iiKea to sit in his
porch, contented and comfortable, and
return the kindly greeting of the folk
who passed and wished him a respect
So the years went by. Sometimes,
when they were alone, the farmer's
wife would remind her husband of
the magic ring, aud suggest many
plans. But as. he always answered
that they HaU plenty of time, and that
the best thoughts come last, she more
and more rarely mentioned the ring,
and at last the good woman ceased to .
.peai ui iv aiiogeiuer.
To be sure, the farmer looked at
the ring, and twirled it about as -many
as twenty times a day ; but he was
very careful never to wish.
Alter thirty or forty years had pass-
il, 1 nur.iv ami tl.A f.. ...... m .....1 1.!.
-m u ii ui , uiju iiiw mi iiici auu ins w lie
iiuu grown oiu auu wiiiie-naireu, auu
Uieir wish was still unaskeuTnien was j
uoa very goou to inein, auu on tue -
same night they died peacefully and
Weeping children and grandclul- mwmm- u,uluWB,u
dren surround the two coffins ; aud as . en the wavering. Stir up the lanud.
one wished to remove the ring from Strike the money bags. Show the bu
the still hand as a remembrance, the siness value of mi education. Note the
oldest son said : Lct our lather take
his ring into the grave. There was
always a mystery about it ; perhaps it
was some dear remembrance. Our
mother, too, so often looked at the
ring she may have given it to him
when they were young.'
So the old farmer was buried with
the ring, which had been supposed to
be a wish-ring, and was not : yet it
brought as much good fortuue into
the house as heart could desire. St,
Nicholas for October.
The Internal Revenue System.
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Ihe iew York Journal of Com-
merce, a non partisan paper, in a
. .11 1 la a
leugtinvanu aoie eaitorai.iaKcssirong
i- . - -
grounds in iavor oi me auoiinon oi
the revenue system, from which we
clip the followit e:
Nor is the revenue likely to come
short if the entire system is abolished,
1 he debt will not be so rapidly re-
duced, anil a lime economy may ue
suggesteUy a smaller surplus o
tunas in tne treasury, uui no one win
l. . I I ... I i.t-wvn . r flltt.ir tpnni airnop
of these results. The internal reve-
nue for the current fiscal ear will
probably be about one hundred and
twenty millions of dollars. It can
all be spared to the great relief of all
As long as this excise system is con-
tinued the foot of the government is
on the necks of the people. They are j
none of them secure from domiciliarv !
visits of armed men by da or night.
A .aolUU ,lr rn-
: A! i.4 .i
Slant espoiuage inrougiioui inc yenr.
Business of all kinds is watched and
halted, and scrutinized by govern-
ma..t r.ffii.i.1. in all H.a Uncrth atwl
breadth of the land. A oonstantsur-
vei I lance must be maintained lest il-
licit whiskey or ceutriband cigars
shall find their way to market.
Such relations betweeu the officers
r . ..wl .Um nMU
mimim h maintaittavl wit hn.it lp:uli no-
Vfc it H W w wim aa aa a -...... w mm aawaaaaai a-
o rr.nar.1 H.nwir cat mi Kvaainna
of law not only become more aud
more common, but because of the op-
tr of the oversight
iuvoive no less of reputation, and meu's faees. Tbe eye is the wiudow to at the sun, or wueii uie sea iiarmoui
kXry with them no sense of shame, tbe soul ; use your eyes aud hold your ously surges oyer the jingles of Kent,
W J ... . "a ..a a ? a IT ' . f . . . a 1 k Ail ii I I i.i.t I a kit mf mm I i (fu
Defraudiiiff the revenue no longer
wears the brand ot tiisiionesty, out
is glorified as a virtue, since it is re-
sistance to an intermeddling re-
st rain t that has grown to be not ouly
irksome but well niglt intolerable.
.a i i I
1 It m I ul it win if til tv.ipm won i
practically settle the tariff quarrel
i'nr ihp nvt nuart pr of a eeuturv.
The friends of oroteetion and the ad-
vocates of a tariff for reveuue conld
SALISBURY. N. C, DECEMBER 13, 1883.
meet on a common ground. A levy
upon the imports sufficient to answer
the requirements of the treasury
would give the home manufacturers
all they could decently demand un
der their own view of the situation
for the upholding of their industry.
More than this would be a curse to
them instead of a blessing, it would
lead to over-pioduction, -which is
worse than any foreign competition.
New York Stock Report. hc8t thing he can do is to marry, provid
A mill is to be built at Atlanta, Ga., d he can find a young lady so much in
for the manufacture of flour from pea- ,yve with him that she is willing to take
nuts, which it is said makes most ex- the chances of having a home of two 01
eel lent biscuit. Pastry made from three rooms this year, and next year to
peanut flour is said to be excellent, find even the money to pay for three
resembling cocoanut Jul taste some- rooms. What bosh, when not au eu
what, although mttcjt more oily and lightened one of as would advise our
sweet. The kemes' of tile pea nuts sons and daughters te jump at such a
are ground between ordinary mill- fate! I read a flowery article in a pop
stones aud the flotrr is ''baited" or ular monthly the other day, relating the
sifted through w ire sieves in order experience of a yooug couple who mar
that all the coarse, -sharp pieces and ried without a home, the man earning
the leather like skins may be remov- sixty dollars a month. They rented
ed. The refuse if It may --be so call- three rooms and lived very comfortably,
ed makes excellent food for pigs. had beeu married four years, and advised
1 Ajm aaa 1 I
ft; Mississippi nas if i,uw,uwu invest-
ed in manufacturing industries, a gain
of 100 per cent, ill live years, and A I-
abama has five mfKoa uoiJors in-the ;
In the above art
to the fewness of
the local press
1; but are not
&6r more at fault
than the edltew ?- We are. satisfied
that editors are wiHing-to give space to
educational news items, and well-writ
ten articles on the subject. Our teach
ers and superintendents are able to
furnish both. Why do they not sub-
sidize the press to their own and the
general good ? Is it laziness, or false
modesty, or a pressure of school room
duties, or a fear to ventilate their work
nd ndvrvmk trtP.r minm. nr n eold in.
diffprpr, tn nuhlip inPivsts or what
t , .
"NJ vilirl ronum oviutc frtr thivi cmrtor.il
4.1 w v !."-" l
silence, leacners, iaKe opine pen.
Write. Ventilate the subject. Defend
u,.,,. Give the reasons of rom
, M . i. f- r..,,
primes of the isrnorant. Gather statis
tics. Give conclusions from your ex
perience and observation. Narrate in
cidents. Tell anecdotes. Turn on the
light. Let the people see. and the
politicians hear it thunder.
Yours is no common calling. Why
should you hesitate to go before the
people, through the press and other
wise ? Presidents have been teachers.
Senators have been teachers. Govern
ors have been teachers. Bishops and
elders have been teachers. Money-kings
have been teachers
heen teachers. All respectable and
..x, 'aaaaa Wo h:ul tlW
vv Vll Kvvlu iaaVJjw ana v
. in v
teachers. W hv should vou fear .- lour
calling is noble, lour cause is true.
Your work is holy. Your pupils are
treasures. Iheir hands are capable ot
excellent skill. Their bodies are God-
jike m jmage. Their minds are power-
. , m. i are immortai Of
Uw3 and konmnace f namnTil OTP
UVMVw . v.- I
based upon your work. Ihe htates
future material and intellectual great-
ness is founded on the principles you
;ncuWe. The en ternal destiny of
precious gfe n yoUr keepin
Wh . incentive do Y0U lack ? Let
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Jr volce te neard.-Arf. Journal.
Listen Boj's I
Wordsworth says, "Ihe Boy is
Vthr of the Man." and the Cleveland
t ' .
(0.) Farmer offers this good advice to as
piling boys :
The highest attainment for you my
bi.y ! is to be a man. This world is full
of counterfeits. But it a grand tiling
to stand upright iu defence of truth and
J principle. When persecutions come,
' some bide their faces until the storm
iiaaaa bv : others can be bought for a
mess of nottace. Fvom such a one turn
awav. Uut stand Uy a Irienu ; oe a inanj
do.no run away when danger threatens
1 to overwhelm him or yourself. Think
for yourself. Kead good books and read
tougue. If opposition comes meet
m L- . . . . . - ....... ..tl,.i.f..
mautniiy. iiiocwMcnmu.juui cum
bear it quietly. Do your own thinking
and keep your own secrets, worship uo
man for his wealth nor his Uncase. Fine
feathers dout always cover fine birds.
Ha wiliar 1m limioat .'iim instill all VOUT
dealings with the world be true. They
w ill ll von fnr monev or Donularitv
aWt tnmt them. Wear but one face
and let that be aa hottest one.
ta , mm r
w . a ! . '
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Love which Can't Wear a Bridal
is Bad for the Bride.
Why in the name of common sense do
folks want to nrge young people to marry
on nothing Every other paper or m:t e-
azine one picks up contains an accurate
estimate of the cost of living, and trying
to persuade the young man with a salary
of sixty dollars per months that be is in
a position to marry. Without a home
or any sarety of keeping his present
situation permanently, they would try to
make the Toum; man heli that tt.
1.. . ...
UI,IC1 jus awpwi 10 go auu no like-
wise. It is needless to say they had no
children. Now that's all very fine ; but
young people, beware how you marry
w'.m ine mea 01 never having any little
oues, lest yon tind yourself most awfully
surprised some day. Then woe to that
sixty dollars per month, for it will melt
like dew before the sun. Then, again
.1. . ...
mis joung coo pie we, reau about never
got sick (lucky couple) no doctor bills
to pay. Supposing though jou should
get sick young man, and consequently
. .... 2 I .1 a a a
iiu iiiuiivj coining in; mm would no a
nice boat to be iu about the first of the
month, wouldn't it t Perhaps yon might
lose your situation, too such things
have happened before now. The young
lady thiuks in such a case she would
work and earn money too. But what the
young lady can do, the young wife with
two or three children cannot. Is it not
better to wait nutil the young man can
provide a home T Theu at least you can't
in? turned out of door. I think I hear
so,,,e of t,,OM! flowery Wtitn y, "Why
1 j,mg tl'ltO lieni'tS
Well ves I think thev will bnt tram
stomachs won't. Young woman aud
U,....,, rr vnn r..;. i. k.
hi h.. k- ,1
- " t-
before marrying. If your love cannot
stand that test, It could never survive
the trials of a married life without a
A Ckntukt Auo. Just one hundred
years ago the lintish evacuated Ne
York City. That was the last act in the
drama of patriotism. Success had crown
ed the efforts of Washington, when the
welcome pageant of England's retreating
hosts brought joy to the bosoms of the
ragged Continentals. Upon that auspi
cious day the new world was consecrated
to liberty. The hardy genius of Colum
bus hi ought the ends of the earth into
communication with each other. The
sublime virtues of Washington conferred
the boon of freedom upon the new world
and forged the first link iu the chain
which is gradually encircling the globe.
What' mighty changes a century has wit-
nessed ! Three millions of freemen have
gi own into fifty. The infant republic has
become a giant.
By xo Means a Tramp. "I want $20
for a new hat," said Mrs. Popperman to
her husband last evening.
its too mueh." said be. "I can't af
I simuose not That's what vou
t ' SlippOBO II Ol. limn wn.u jwu
always any when I ask you for anything.
I know what I'll do : Til leave yen. I'll
"Go home t This is your home." -
"Yes ; it's one of them. But Pve got
three homes besides this'' sobbed Mrs.
44 You have, where are they t'
"My mother home, my sister's home,
aud 1 can take out my $10 teeth hud go
to the Old Ladle' home. Boo-hoo!"
"Here is the $'20, my dear." New York
Sunset Cox on music; Nature is a
song. The spheres sing together.
I When the sun gives prismatic beauty
to the Uelrup, or w lien in tne nve s
eck or tlie laitnining birtl's wing or
the opal of the scahel! nature paints
its glories, light Is music. It is a
nalette full of sOUiid. It coin hi lies
n' i i i i
neu gay pnuiiagtrti uirus
. a l t
nv ami sing uei uif iwib
ami hi I
of Scotland, when the wild wind wails
wildly at night or in the hdfliest An-
dean elevations,wheu the eagle screams
w as muj wan
lliere ix, tvrjr ;-, '"uov iu uaiuic
Even the meleors which break upon
our miner air are musi'tal. Iu the
grand drama ol the universe light is .
the orchestral overture. The universe ;
is but the a rand mise eii scene. The
harmony of it is like the attuning f
; a irreat harp or organ, w e
Mendelssohn loved, natBre for is mel-
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Hare Largest and most Complete Stock of
A Splendid line of black and colored CASHMERS. from 12 to S3 cents per yawl.
We have the cheapest and lakoest lot of SILK VELVETS, VELVETEENS, und
TRIMMING SILKS, to be found in the citv. We offer as a '
All-Wool-Pilling Worsted j :'L '
in the latest shades at 10 cents per yard. This Gwds is worth one-third mon and
cannot be had at this extremely low priee out side of our House
Cloais, Circulars, Dalmans and Jackets,
Arp Pretty and Cheap, from $2 to $18.
Also, a nice line of JERSEY JACKETS, SHAWLS, KNIT JACKETS, Ac.j
CARPETS, RUGS, DOOR MATS,
ft!rfefc A n'cc line
fcPa Handkerchiefs from 5 cts. to $2.
We are also Agents for the 5
We can and will sell
From the Davie Times
Anderson Poiudezter died Nov. '21., at
the borne of his da lighter Mrs. Martin,
near Huatsvilte, N. C, aged St). Fifty -
five years ago Mr. Poindexter moved to
West Teauessee, where ho lived until
last year, wbeu he returned with his
wife who still survives hi in to this State.
Ie was a prominent man in Tennessee, ,
was a surveyor in the first settling up ;
ni tnat country, auu took au active stand
iu ln Phticatand social interest of that
section. He served in the war of tS12.
He was noted for his wonderful memory.
eveu up to the time of Ins death. He
could repeat page after page acurately
of authors he had read 50 years ago,
especially iu history, and the few
before his death it was a groat
Pure for him to do this, and to re
count many pleasant reminisce uses of
the early historv of this country. He had
been married 63 years when he died, aud
leaves bis wife aud a large circle of
friends and relatives in all parts of the
South and West to mourn his loss. The
day he died, being in his usual health, he
told bis daughter that he was going to
die, "that be would be dead by to -n or-
raw, and that be wanted her to write
some letters to friends iu the west." She
did so, writing for him four letters, and
sure enouglt on tne morrow he was
dead. So the good mau at a ripe old
age, with all bis labor dons, gently and
peacefully passed away.
''So hides iimruer cloud awn v :
So ainks the gale when HiorniM are o'er,
So gent I v shuta the eve of day ;
So dies a wave along tbe shore,"
Under certain circumstances it makes
a man feel mean to have people give him
a wide berth, but somehow it never does
when traveling on a steamboat. Burling
ton Free Pre.
PUNTERS & FARMERS
OF NORTH CAROLINA
Out our plant lug friends throughout
be aaahlrii pvacare and aae
PURE DISSOLVED RAW BONES
and other Aid eatahlinhed brands of onr make, m
araU aa 11 1 till UKADB CHBJIICAI for
r Httiac.iinae reruiiwrii,
for CASH at our VVHOLliSALE PltlCKS.
PIKM T to hi
Send for our pamphlet mitHnf full deaerip
Uou and wMeaalerlcea of ir Stnndard
Far aaalaa. RAddVeaaaU iJMjuirtoe and'orders'tu
103 SOUTH ST., BALTIMORE, MD.
Tkn i.lurrant rallfHUi enrni-r (if M:iin
l- I e I" ' v .
Hank streets, for sometime passe.1 (c
Is J ennied bv Dr. Lames.
JOHN L. IIENOKICSUX.
Dec. 6, 1W3. 8:3t
Laafl aaaafl XwA
Town or Srtlilni y.
BOOTS and SHOES at htv prices.
of Ladies1 Collars, from cenh to :J0 i ts.
& Royal St. John, Sewing Mactoes,
wnicn we guarantee for five years
cheap. Call and be convinqed. M. & B.
AUF A'OIF IiECEl VI NO A FLL AND
COMPLETE LINE OF
NOTIONS, SHOES AND
And desire to call attention to their
In tnis they offer to the Farmers a gnod
Wagons, Plows of all Descrip
tionsCast, Chill and Steel;
PLOW-STOCKS, CULTIVATORS, SULKY
They also have the
Best Sewing Machines.
They are Agents for the
As good can Ik: bought in the market.
IdT Call and be convinced llrat Iheir
house is the place for Farmers to get what
they need. Respectfully,
As an in Vigo rant, Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters has received the most positive en
dorsement from emiSent physicians, and
has long occupied a foremost rank among
standard proprietary remedies. Irs prop
erties as an alterative of disordered condi
tions of the stomach, liver and bowels, and
a preventive of malarial diseases are no
less renowned , and "have been accorded
emphatic professional recommendation.'
For sale by Druggists and Dealers, to whom
apply for lioatetter'a Almanac For 1SS4.
CHILL4RINE. tlie Great C HILL CUPE
of the day. Wakraktko to CUKE evrfy
time or the money jikvi sukv. Fr sate
only at. FN.VlSS' Drug Store.
ASagic Asthma Cure. Persona af
flicted with this .distrcHsius complaint
should try this Medicine. A lew hours use
! xvill entiietv remove all ooorcssion. and the"
i . . .
patient can breath auu sleep with n rtc-t
ease and freedom. Price if 1. For sale t
ENNISS' Di li- Store.
J. II. KEEN,
Salisbury, H. C.
Anent for PHffiNIX IROII IflPIS,
Emiiiies, Boilers, Saw.KiKg,
TURBINE" WHEEL T
Also. Cor tractor and Builder
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