VHUKS1MY, MAY 1, &L4.
Dr. GrUnoni positively declines to be :j
cnudidure for any political office.
Mr. Eli Patton,of Trnrmj-Wantii comity,
wm killed a few days ago by a Jersey
ball. He went into tlm stable when the
but attacked lijni,
- Tbere have been two John Smiths pro
posed for Governor. Snipi-ifing it is,
that no Jim or Jake Brown has been
thought of, fur they are just as good as
lb Smiths any day yon may name.
. Press Association has been
invited to join the South Carolina Press
Association at its annual meeting in
Charleston on the J 5th day of May. It
Will b a pleasant trip for the fraternity.
A new city has leen laid out in Alaba
ma to le called Sl fficld. Its prospects
are p krn of as only equ. l!rd by liirniiug
ham. There is to be a public sale of lots
on the ground May the 8th.
Overproduction is likely to close for a
time some of the Steel Works of Prussia.
Ofer production, jt will be seen iu anoth
er part of this paper is the trouble in
various industrial departments of this
King Alpbonso, of Spain, lias intermit
tent fever. Give him quinine in four
grain doses every 4 hours, or one clove
of garlic on aa empty stomach every
morning fur a week.
Recent heavy and long continued rains
have caused some delay to travel on the
WujnesTille branch of the W, N. C. R. R.
bat as the track shall dry oft' the neces
sary rsplairs wjlj be speedily made,
The Hotels iu Charlotte have refused
to engage rooms to visitors in advance
for the 20th of May, "First come first
served," is to be the rule, aud that is ex
actly right, unless they would give notice
in advauce of "Rooms all taken."
Dr, Wm. Murdoch, formerly of this
ewu wascallrd on at Waynesville, N.
C'.. a few days ago to relieve a poor fel
low who bad got his leg I adly smashed
just below the knee. The leg was ampu
tated aud the patient is doing well.
The Xev tou Enterprise publishes a
carefully prepared list of the sufferers by
the fata cyclone iu Catawba county, with
M estimate of the loss sustained by each
which foots up $192$. There were 118
Sufferers jn all, including those in town
The out look at present as to who shall
be the Democratic candidate for Presi
dent points to S. J. Tilden, of New York.
Geo, Q. Vest, of Missouri, says his State
'is for uncle gam. Tilden first aud last
dead or alive ;M and the Democrats gen
erally leau that way Tilden and Hen
dricks. The negro vote ef the South determines
who is to bo the republican candidate for
President, Jt tlin comes to pass that
the emancipation of slaves did more than
make them the equal of the white people
ef the north in that it dictates to them
whe shall be President.
The Commencement exercies at Chapel
Hill this year, will take place on the 4th
aud gtfc pf Jane, Hon. Henry Water-son,
of Kentucky, will deliver the annual ad
dress before the Literary Societies. Rev.
J. B. Hawthorn, D. I)., of Virginia, will
deliver the Baccalaureate sermon,
Faster. A recent trip over the road
frpm here to Charlotte surprised us by
the increased comfoi t aud speed as com
pared with a year or two back. But we
see it announced that the time between
New YHk and Atlanta is to be further
u43hm hoars. The rate of speed
after ?th Way, will be about an average
of 35 miles an hour or one hour and 15
miuutes to Charlotte.
The Republican convention atChar
tte, Salisbury and Laurinburg, have
developed a very decided split in the
pajy. Two sets of delegates to Chicago
wetp appointed from laurinburg and
Salisbury. The troublesome point is,
Wide shall rule, straight republicans or
A ridiculous story is going the rounds
of the papers about Arthur's pride in
respect to his fine clothes. He is said to
have enongli to stock a Bowerv stoic,
and that he is actually foudof showing
them to visitors! It is real pleasant to
fall in with a man who is proud ef his
wife .avfebildreii, f.imj hiR
pows, pigg and sheep j but when it comes
o pride of personal dress, people get sick
a the stomach aud want to spjt and call
ugJy names. Sutelj President ArUiar
s not iu this case.
J wen tv -one men have been killed in
X aucey county, and ssventeeu it) Mitch
ell since the war, and no man puuished !
Ion large extent tho same state of affairs
exjsts all over the- couLtij north and
tHb BakM-aviJIo Voice,
There is no lack of law to punisii war.
derers, though greatly encumbered by
decisions which ctnuplicate almost every
5ase. Through (lie pet versions of law
IMid the uofniihfnluess of jujies and
juilgcs an;l tho rcckh-Rsness of lawyers,
the iTi$-ey!. It wnld be better to
back to the Mosaic systtm, in respect
to pinrder, in which there were few laws
and simple, easily undeistotl by all.
peltei justice i iwlininisfered iyjdrage
ll indiaos aud .Vfijcaus.
The Warrentou Gazette speaks of
farm in the vicinity who has had to pay
$10 on time for a barrel of flour that
others could get for $i cash. He is loinr
business on the mortgage plan, we snp
pese. If farmers who are obliged to
make mortgages to carry on business
would give them to raise money and
then pay the cash for supplies they would
certainly save money by it.
The Board of Medical Examiners of the
Suite of North Carolina will meet in Ral
eigh, X. C, on Monday, May 16th, 1884,
and from day to day thereafter until all
applicants for license are examined.
A license from this Board is nccessary
to enable a physician practicing iu this
State to collect fees by law:
Applicants for examination must bring
satisfactory evidence of good moral char
acter, and of their Jiaviug attained the
age of twenty -one years.
Bangor Malue Herald, of April 25th, has
the following notice of small industries
carried on iu that State. We copy them
to show our readers how the "cute Yan
kee'' can make money out of things hard
ly thought ef by tin- people of the South.
A. Hobbs &r Son, West Farmiugtau
will manufacture 2500 dozen hay rakes
J. W. Porter & Son, Strong, recently
made a shipment of twelve thousand
croquet sets to Boston.
J. J. Hopkins, lumber manufacturer at
Otis, has put iu machinery for making
ladders and is doing a good business.
Smith & Pettee, West Gonldsboro, ate
running their stave mill night and day,
sawing 12,000 staves every tweutj four
Silas McLoom, Rockland, is opening a
new lime rock quarry, near his old one.
Jt is favorably located aud can be easily
and cheaply w erked.
Hiram Hansou, Biddeford, has pur
chased the cigar box manufactory of T. B.
Davis &, Co., and will con l in tie the busi
ness at his rooms over the Biddeford
A ear containing 100,250,000 wooden
toothpjeks was sent from Dixtiebl, Maine
to DliiorTlie other day. And yei the
average Buckeye will continue to pick
his teeth with a jack-knife,
This body met at Centre church, Ire
dell county last Wednesday, and organ
ized by the election of Dr. J. Rumple,
Moderator. Rev. J. A Ramsay and. J. G.
Hall were chosen to act as temporary
Secretaries. There were only nine min
isters and eighteen elders present at the
opening, but others came in afterwards,
swe'li g the uuiubcr to 1J ministers and
22 or 2U elders.
N':m to mention the ordinary routine of
business, there was one quest iou came
up as an Overture from the General As
sembly which was of interest, to wit :
whether or not an Evangelist in a foreign
field, should have the right to ordain
ministers without the concurrence
of Presbytery. The members of the
Presbytery seemed to have had the sub
ject uuder consideration aud almost
anauiuiously reached the same conclu
sion, so that there was no room for dis
cussion. They decided that the foreign
Evangeljst must fust satisfy Presbytery
of the fitness of the candidate, and may
tbeu receive authority to ordain him.
There was a call presented for the pas
rural aevices of the Rev, Mr. Williamson
from Poplar lent aud Ret Image, which
was placed in his hands.
the meeting was a harmonious aud
pleasant oue, and Presbytery adjourned
f . .
m. nutj t-euiiigTo meet in the Fall at
lhyatira church, in this county. The
hospitality of the good people of Centre
was of tlie haudsomcst kind, aud emi
ueutly befitting one of the oldest aud
most respectable churches in Western
xtii . c. K. K.-THK 13 AMES
It is always a pliRure to us to chroni
cle the introduction of improvements
ou ouj (the W. N. C Uod, which adds
tohe etliciency of its equipment and the
safety of its trains. .
This Company bic.uise of its steep
mountain grades and the- difltcutly iu
handling its traius on descending them,
have found it desirable to pat uu theii
Locomotives the Eames Vacuin Driving
Brake, and of all the improvements ever
put iuto their service, none appears to
have been so effective for the imrnosa
desigued in applying it. This Brake
as a ineans of security in the handling of
trains, is said to be immense, aud iu
the quick application and ready release
U a "Daisy" iudeed. It i wonderful
to say o, and yttt, is said to be true,
that this Brake can be applied and re
leased every (2J) two and a half seconds,
(20) twenty times per minute, during the
eutire run of the Locomotive. Equipped
with their Driving Brake, the Engineer
controls easily, any train descending the
mountain which it can pull up jt.
As yet only OI,e of these Brakes lias
been put on, uuder the handling of that
experienced and efficient Eugjueer, Mr.
Burt Boyd, and so satisfactory has been
its behavior as to induce the Company to
luake additional orders for them; and
from what we hear we have no
uouut me eutire Road will bo
ued with them atau early day.
Shkevkbort, La., April 26 -Tele
Kw"' bV that Mnl ,2n
and Clarke, convicted at Ouicbita Parish
. u " "tv Ken Horn the ail
t Monroe ;iim. -.v . . "
u auu uanged by
London April 28.Tlle n - cavall.v
-uu, ifti tins mom nr. T .
workmen, all f b:,m Wwt. r"e
were buried j the roin,. The"
vn n i?.
life is large.
Republican Convention, 7th Dis
trict. A Convention of the Loyal to Select Dele
gates, which tra$ a Daisy in M in iiu re.
Cor. of the Oltserver,
SAMSBL'ttT, April 28. The Republican
convention for the 7th Distriet, called to
meet at Salisbury ou Saturday last, was
oil time aud was a daisy iu miuiture.
The number present was insufficient to
organize a lit'e -sjzed pandemonium, but a
com in en liable effort to that end was
made by those who were present. The
convention was a select few, numbering
slightly over tweuty, with aR the coun
ties represented. Col. Cooiier was elect
ed temporary chairman and Mr, Walfze
secretary. The chair appointed A. B.
GiHespie, W . F. Hendersou aud A. S.
Richardson, colored, committee on cre
dentials. When the committee reported
the double open, which alwavs portends
a hot trail aud a fast race, was heard, in
tact it became evident that a "monkey
and a parrot time" was imminent aud
could be precipitated with the utmost fa
cility. The piom ietv f seatintr the Ran
dolph delegates, who had been appointed
by the chair instead of elected bv the
conty convention, came under a hot fire
of mutilated King's English. Col. Heu
dtrsou was sandwiched between two ne
groes and the debate was of the charac
ter to suggest a hot box, unless the par
ticipants became a little less calorific. In
his excitement Col. Henderson addressed
the chair as "Mr. Secretary I want the
record so reformed as to speak the truth
nunc pro ttntc." The debate resulted ad-
verseiy lor uie oiouei, aim ne sunsitiett
with a few lingering grow is about the
oguia ui iiccuicii, nnicii conveyed lite
idea that he was despairingly gripping
the small end of a semi-defunct, fast van
ish congressional aspiration.
Randolph was seated aud Henderson,
colored, of Rowan, got the floor with a
motion that each county vote double her
representation iu the lower House-for the
delegates to Chicago. The motion was
put aud carried, only two voting uav.
Here, Richardson, colored: of Rowan, iu-
stautly sprang to his feet aud began ex
citedly to protest that he had not under
stood the import of the motion, and vo
ciferously demanded, contrary to every
thing ethical in parliamentary usage,
that the chair over ride the expressed
will of the convention. It now became
patent that the skirmishers had been
driven in and that the battle proper, be-
t ween the Boss Mott machine and the
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.iiiii-u iuoip uuiciiiue, nau ruriousiv
opened. A period of chaotic clamor en- j and that such misdemeanor shall be pun
sued, in which the turbulent champions; ishalde by it fine of not more than 1,000
of either side mutually rasped each other for every'alien so transported on his ves-
in chorus, Col. Henderson, kuueks Gil-
lespie, Richardson and Henderson, the 1
the two lust colored, performing the most
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uimcuii teats oi oratorical irvm una ties
After wildly vociferating aud cawing for
some time they begsiu sullenly to sit
down, until Henderson, colored, and Gil
lespie alone were left ou their feet. The
latter instantly thundered in stentorian
tones and with vindictive manner, "Sit
down, sir; I hare the ehair.n Hender
son, probably not knowing what Gilles
pie had iu his clothes to hit him with,
obeyed with alacrity. The chair then
wci niifu mo. iuwiuu aim nun u me i DAYTOX, ., April iW. Shortly before
vote of the convention, iu spite of piteous , five o'clock yesterday afternoon the most
appeals tor justice and right, and com- destructive cvcloue ever known in this
uieuts such as iron hand ot tyranny," i part of the country passed over the eonth
"rights ol freemen," aud "unfair ruling." ' em part of Montgomery and Green coon
Dining the temporary suspension of lies, devastating eve. thing in its course
hostilities, born of despair, which follow- It appears to have originated near Wood
ed, Dr. Mott and A. S. Kichardson were burn, a small town ten miles from her '
jM.uc.i in uimiiiij.iiiuu as ueiegnies totlu-
cago dy tue revenue action, aud H. C.
Cowles and W. g. Ueudersou by their
opponents. The chair then ordered the
roll called for a vote per capita, instead
ot according to representation. Waltzer,
the s'ecretarj, imniediatelr grabbed bis
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viiiii'Iil', lor ne cotiar-
lV M 111 i t rmiw,!-i- lli.l I. ..If t.. I
7. w w xwnnUt ioi-
lowed in his wake. Tim nnwd.i... i. I
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tllOUilll H, belli tll irnrbt
be said to have achieved a victory for ft j
was in a miuority and the opposing forces i
. . ; udiuiv
,,llu -" ""uuiouw. nei e a rare opjior
tunity of witnessing the grinding of the
inacliiue was afforded. Snipped clean of
housings and divested of dust shields as
it was, we watched the crank and the
wheels as they slowly level ved under a
propulsion of still house power. A squad
of eleven revenue officers solemnly eat
in a little circle and gravely voted for
Mott and Kichardson. With equal so
lemnity they approved the entire admin
istration of the presidential angler, and
ad joe hied, committed to him at Chicago.
The auti-Mott faction immediately col
lected their forces, and ignoring the ac
tion and session of the minority, held a
convention in which they polled thirteen
votes instead of eleven. A. L s,,.,u
was elected chairman and Mr. Wnltrrr
secretary. H. C. Cowles, of Iredell, and
VV. E. Henderson, of Bonn. .Lf
ed to Chicago, Arthur wai endorsed and
t ley adjourned. It is understood that
limine, and not Arthur. IS fsivm-ixl .v
the latter aud that this endorsement is a
mere unnu, as it were, all in your eve.
Profusion and its Results.
One cause, pud perhajm the main one,
of the-geueral den re
all kinds which now prevails is the fact
that we have iKjen guilty of what is called
uei prouectiou, and just now the supply
far exceeds the demand. We are sntw.
ing from profusion which accounts for
the low prices which have now prevailed
for so long a time. Save a writ., ;..
contemporary : "Wheat is low W,,.'
high prices tor a number of v,. i
stimulated production iu every land tint
can produce it. Two generally abundant
harvests throughout the world, iu India
as well as America, have rather over
stocked the market wfcth bread. Hence
the decline in price. Potatoes have been
a cash artjeje at a high price the past six
or eight years. Last season there was an
abundant harvest everywhere. There
suit is a glutted market at unsatisfactory
puces Beginning in 1879, there was a
genera) increase of activity in all manu
tacturing enterprises, following years of
ll0ltrf'Btlin Tl.-..- . J
natuial ctiiisequei.ee was high p,jCe8
High prices and largo profits stimulated
Production, and the consequence at the
end of hve ye.ars is abundance aud some
thing more. Fortunately this general
.'I XZZ3"1 been atfended,
- "V" oy a uuaucial panic.
Early in 1880 wheat woitb $1.50 a busl
, in jwx it was worth $1.45
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uow it is
....u umu iiimseir aown auu out ot and destroying even thin in b-s u .r V
the court honae. Windy Billy announc- Best, of this city, who was near enon-d,
ed that V. F. Henderson aud Davidson to observe it accurately, says the n-Uh
county would walk out of all such con- was fully one eighth of a mile wide the
vent.ous as that and turned majestically storm moving over the country like an
away. Not before, however, he display-1 immense cloud of smoke, while everv
ed the tactics of a wily politician, used I where in its course the air was rilled with
ei the credentials In entirety aud march- j mewed down like weeds, fences destrov
rd down the isle after the manner of a ed fo. miles, and it is eetinmted that in
buds eye view of a triumphal procession, this county alone at least twenty reside "
lhe Randolph delegation, accom nan in.l . r i.. ' .J r.
. . two years ago notatocs
ipotatocs were u bonaz4 to tlit
land fanner who had a cellar full. Now
they have scarcely a price iu the chief
potato raising regions of New England.
The same is true of hay and most other
agricultural products. Cotton i the one
great staple the price of which has not
materially declined during the past four
years. The fall iu metals has been even
greater than in agricultural products. In
four years pig iron has fallen from $35 to
$20, and steel rails from $90 to $35 per
ton. Copjier, which sold four years ago
at 25 cents a pound, is now worth but 14
cents, aud lead, which brought 0 cents,
cau scarcely be disposed of at 4 cents.
Coal alone retains its price, because its
production is restricted. . Iu all articles
of clothing, carpets ami manufactured
go generally the decline in prices has
been quite decided as iu the department
of agriculture. The price of labor is one
thing iu the market which has not de
clined anything like the percentage of
shrinkage in other values." The lesson
of all this is that we must, in vulgar
parlance "let up," reduce the pressure
aud go slow. X. Y. Stuck Report.
Protecting- American Labor,
The bill to protect American laborers,
reported favorably to the U. S. Senate
Friday, provides that the importation or
migration from any foreign country into
the United States of any alien under any
agreemeut, expressed or implied, that
such alien shall work, labor tor, or in
auy wise serve in said jurisdiction any
person or corporation, shall hereafter b.
! prohibited j that every such agreement
I shall be considered null and void that
any auvance ot the cost of transportation
! or any oart thereof, or arriii.t-. n-iv
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or secure such transportation of anv alien
to any place within the jurisdiction of
the United States, made by anv person
engaged in mining, manufacturing, build
ing or transportation, or by any corpora
tion whatever, shall 'hereafter be prohib
ited. It provides a penalty of $500 for every
violation, aud that it shall be a misde
meanor, punishable with by a fine of
$1,000 and disqualification from holding
office under the United States, for anv
person while iu the official service of the
United States to violate auy of the pro
visions of this act, or to knowiugly aid
and encourage such violation.
It also provides that it shall be a mis
demeanor for ii master or other officer of
vessels of American registry to know in
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khe United States any alien who is under
uuii iioui any uireign eounti v into
any uureeuieut nrohibitod hv thU rwi-
ael. It is provided, however, that when
skilled labor of a particular kind cannot
be obtained iu this country the President
..j , uii yviiig r-.tll.-MK U lllill SUCH is me
fact, issue a license for the importation
of such skilled artisans as are specified
iu the application.
i i i - m lw.ii. .. is. . -1 1 1 .
A Fearful Cyclone lAijhts upon a Portion
of Ohio ami does Fearful 11 a roe.
ami eye witnesses describe it is
uig in its fury. An authentic statement
is that the cyclone was formed bv a un
ion of two slight storm clouds from the
south and northwest, which immediately
assumed the form of a water snout i
ing and descending like wares of the sea.
lives and ruins ol houses. F.n.ai
I . .1 i O
ioss ou oiner tiuiidni'', tve stock
,., ' bloOK
1" ' .
a Aiexantiersvi e. six nn e. aimth ..f
here, several tiers
been injured, and
sons are known to have
one ladv is i-nrful
uiuen, wiuie saw mills barns and other
buildiugs were destroyed.
Cincinnati, April 28. The Commer
cial Gazette's Jamestown, Greene county,
O., special says : A terrible cyclone
struck Jamestown about 5 p. in. Sunday.
Two thirds of the tow n was completely
ruined. Six persons were killed as fol-
uiss dieua Jones, aged 13, of
cscuiapia .Springs, Ky.; Mrs. Ann Car
penter, Letitia Jenkins, daughter of G
K. Jenkins, Miss Kate Bolder, Mrs
oiru.ur, a coioreu woman, and a son of
James 1 auls. Several persons are badly
woanded. Hundreds of people are turn
ed out of homes. No estimate of tlje dam
age is possible now.
Tills powder never varies." a
strength, and wholewmieuess. More economlcai
Lu.umc uiuiiuir( Hniis, ana cannot be sold In
competition with the multitude of low te.t. short
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in
cans. Koy.il Baking powdbk Co., 106 Wall st. N
Having qualified as administrator, with
thetc7 annexed of the estate of Richard
Harris dee'd., I hereby notify all persons
having claims against said estate to ex
hibit them to me on or before the 1st day
of May 188 j. R. R H A HUT
Cum testamenlo tjannero of
April 27th, 1SS4
i 11 l-A
1 i 1 1 . . , ... i inn nirr mi , . r .
Whole Families Poisoned
The heart's blood curdles and the brain
grows dizzy as the poisoned ntun-tei hunts
down the father, prostrates the gent)- en-ther,
and destroys daughter and son. Chi wee are
wrecked and disfigured with the poisoned
blood of Scrofula, King's Evil, Kheuniatisni
and Sypbdaic and Cutaneous Blood Taint;
and parents suffer from enlarged Glands, Old
Ulcers. White Swelling, Kidney Troubles, Dis
ease of the Bones, Eczema, Catarro.
The above diseases are seldom cured be
cause the treatment requires too much time,
too much money, and true remedies are scarce.
A speedy and concentrated Blood Purifier is
now offered effecting
before one bottle has been used. It contains
no mercury or other mineral or vegetal Ac poison,
and is the only speedy Blood Poison remenr
known. One bottle proves its magical etfeeu
in the quick cure of Scrofula, 8yph.li, and
cutaneous diseases. The remedy alluded to,
is known a B. B. B. Botanic Flood Helm,
sold by Druggists, large Ixntles l.0; six f-.r
SfcV. Expressed on receipt of price. S. ndfr
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, C;;.
Ul THY TEARS.
As yoa scan the foil nricg t rrio.e cases
which have been cured as it by magic.
Syphilitic Blindness Mr-.-. Wm. Rich
mond, Atlanta. Two iiomea B- B. B, restored
hr to health ami strength.
Sckokula Frightful condition ct the glands,
A- J. H., Atlanta. Seven rx ttles B. B. B. cured.
Kidney Tkocblk and Syphilitic Kheuma
TlSil J. II., Atl into, cured with six lonies.
Focl Rcnwikq Ultkr. A. P. McDonald, At
lanta, cured with two Ik ttles B. B. B.
Abscess of Liver I. L. Forest, Atlanta,
cured with two bottles B. B. B.
Syphilis OF 15 Years Mis. S., of Rome, Ga ,
cured in two months w.th B. B. B.
Scrofula FratiK Jeter h's eon, Atlanta,
cured with one bottle B. K. B.
Chronic Blood Poison. a. P. W., Hamp
ton, Ga., cured as If hv mac'ic with B. B. B.
ScROFCLors Ulcer W in. Bealoclc, on Dr.
Guild's place, cured with one bottle B. E. B.
Primary Syphilis Ft Ux Foster, AU-cta,
cured with three hf.ttle B. B. B.
Eczema Mrs. B , Atlanta, ten rears ctand
lnp, cured with three bot.ies B. B." P.
A printed list of cures mailed any one.
Will cure any case cf G. ami G.. nndcr three
days without loss of t'we. change of diet, or
internal treatment. It Never Fails. $1.50
per bottle. Druggists. Expressed anv where.
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
For sale iu Salisbury bv J. II, Enniss.
Tin M Coper Siffl!
Is araln doing buslnn-sln his own name.
shop Ls In the rear of the store formerly occupied
by Brown &. (iowon. Ills entrance, on Fisher Street
at the sign of the big Coffee Pot. Is doing all kinds
of work In Tin. Sheet Iron, Brass. Copper and Zinc
Roofing, Guttering, Stills and Plies done to order.
Repairing promptly executed.
WILL KEEP ON BAND,
A,good assertmenl of heating and cooking stoves
and all kinds of Tin Ware. Please call and see for
yourselves. WMS. BROWN.
North Carolina College,
MT, PLEASANT. CABARRUS CO.. N . C.
A FULL AND EFFICIENT CORPS OF
Professors. Sixty students already in at
tendance. Tuition l'rom $30 to $40 per
session of ten months. Members of the
I College Benefit Associatian secure tuition
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KENDALL'S SPAVi.N CURE.
Dknver, Colorado, April 22nd, 1882.
Dn. B. J. Kendall fc Co., Gents: Four
years ago w hile in the employ of A. P. Per
ley & Co., Dan vers, Mass., wc had a horse
that became spavined during the first year
of my stay with them, and remained so for
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we knew or could hear of but no avail.
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the Horse was cured the enlargement hav
ing been entirely removed, and thus believ
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P. II. Lyons.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Fremont, Ohio, Sept. 24, 1883.
Dn. B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen
Having had an opportunity of seeing your
"Treatise on the Horse" this Summer for
the first time I was induced to try your
KendalTs Spavin Cure on a valuable horse
that had been lame since the first of April,
rrom a bone spavin. 1 had blistered it
several times aud concluded that my horse
would never get over being lame. Five
weeks ago to-day I commenced using Ken
dall's Spavin Cure and after using it three
weeks the lameness entirely disappeared.
It has been worth $80.00 to "nie.
II. H. House.
Mount Prairie, Minn., Sept. 24, 1883.
Dn. B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen :
Last Spring I had a valuable young horse
that from some cause got a very large lump
about half way on his shoulder and was
very lame for a long time. I iad the best
horse doctors examine her, some called it
one thing some another, one said the shoul
der was broken but none could cure it.
After I had tried the cure I went and
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I did not use one half of it before it w as all
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Respectfully, Andrew Onn.
Tawas City, Mich., Sept. 1, 1883.
Messiis B. J. Kendall Co., Gentlemen:
Please send me a package of Prof Flints
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many horses and never saw its equal op
man or beast. I have given away many of
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Alderson, West Virginia, Sept. 1883.
Please allow me to speak in the highest
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in our city, Schenectady, New York.
D. Van Vranken.
Supt. of S. & Y. D.
Greenbrier, West Virginia.
Send for Illustrated Circular which we
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Kendall & Co., Enosburgh Falls, Va
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