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5 r'ttf -
BOOTS. SHOcS CAITERSi adf to
frd-AlfWort Kirsl eTa.ss-Seveiueen'Y cars F.x
gertence. All Material of the best grade, and wbrt
Heady made work always on hand IJepalrlntf
nnUv and Drompuy uonr. uni' is hi
DRS. J. J. & E. M. SUMMERELL.
f OFFICE :
CORNER MAIM AND HANK STREETS.
office nouns : s
8 to 10 a. M. and 3 to 5 p. tt.J
wanted for The Lives
'ot all the Presidents
of the U. 8. The larg
est. Handsomest, best
took ever sold for less than twice our price. The
fastest selling book In America. Immense prollts
totiMiita All irHellhrent neooK want It. Anyone
fjAflbecomC a successful agent. Terms free.
II ai.i.k i t Book Co. ortland, Maine.
A TALE OF T0 CRUTCHES.
I Well Known Citizen of Atlanta
Lays Down his Cratches.
I have only a few words to aay, which we to
state that I have been confined to my bed for
two months with what was called Nervons
Bhenmatism, or Sciatica. I was only enabled
hobble about occasionally by the use oi
crutches, and in this condition I commenced
the use of B. B. B., four bottles of which en
abled me to discard the use of my crutches
and attend to business. I had previously used
all well recommended medicines without relief.
It has been over two months since using
B. a B., and I consider myself a permanently
J, p, DAVIS,
Atlanta, Ga. (West End )
FRIGHTFUL NASAL CATARRH.
Pieces of Bone.
For four years I have been afflicted with s
very troublesome catarrh of the head. So
terrible has its nature been that when I blew
my nose small pieces of bones would frequently
come oat of my mouth and nose. The dis
charge was copious and at times exceedingly
offensive. My blood became so impnre that
my general health was greatly impaired, with
poor appetite and worse difcttlw.
Numerous medicines were nsed without
relief, until I began the use of B. B. B-, and
three bottles acted almost like magic. Since
their use not a symptom has returned, and I
feel in every way quite restored to health. I
am an old citizen of Atlanta, and refer to si-
most any one living on Butler street, and more ,
particularly to Dr. L. M- OUlam, who knows
of my case. KLIZABrTH kkott.
We will mall on application to anyone tater
ested in blood and Skin Diseases, Scrofula,
Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles, etc, wonder
ful and unquestionable testimony of cures
effected by the use of B. B. B., the quickest
Blood Punfier ever known. Large bottles $1.00
or six for $5.00. Sold by all Druggists, or Ex
pressed on receipt of price.
BLOOD BALM CO.,
For sale in Salisbury by J. H. Emms.
THANKS, THEY COM! !
Our M Constantly ReDlenisM
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
Wm. J. Plummer. long known as the bel
Baruesaand Saddle Maker who ever did busis
ess in Salisbury, presents his compliment
lo pld friends and patrons with an invitations
to call and see Ins present stock of new
Itarness, Saddles, Collars, &c. He warrants
satisfaction to every purchaser of Kew Stock,
and also his repair work. Rates low as a
good article will admit of. Gall and see.
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
The Valley Mutual Life Asscciatioi
HOME OFFICE, STAUNTON, VA.
The Cheapest, Safest, and Most Reliable Life in
surance now offered the public is found In the Val
ley Mutuai, which enables you to carry a $l,ooo life
Policy at an actual average cost of $.au per annum.
For further Information, call on or address
J. W. MCKENZIE, Agent,
Sausbcrt, n. a
That Cotton Picker.
Planters who have faith in the
possibility of picking cotton by ma
chinery will be somewhat disappoin
tetl t hear that the machine inven
ted by Mr. Mason of South Carolina,
will not le put on the market this
Fall. While the practicability of
the machine has not been directly
questioned, an'! while it Iras been
stated that the inventor haa had un
limited capital at his disposal, it is
announced that it is not yet perfec
ted. Several new and improved ma
chines have been built, and Mr.
Mason will take advantage of the
earliest cotton that opens this season
to correct the detects in them, and
will then exhibit them at the various
Fairs and Expositions throughout the
South during the Fall and Winter.
It is to be hoped that the inven
tor will be able to overcome the diffi
culties remaining in his way. Those
familiar with the cotton plant and
fruit can easily imagine what these
difficulties are. While there is no
difficulty in constructing a machine
that will pick cotton, there are thou
sands of planters who will never be
lieve that u can be gathered by ma
chinery tree of trash and leaves, and
without injury to the plant and im
mature bolls. Probably the most
promising aid to cotton picking will
be some modification of 'the barbed
glove, heretofore experimented to
If Mr. Mason makes his machine
an undoubted success, it will not
ii .i f . i
only De worm a iortune to tue in
ventor, but will save the planters of
the South millions of dollars annual
ly. Savannah News.
Conducf IVot Polite.
Many things in which young peo
ple render themselves very impolite:
Loud laughter ; reading when others
are talking ; cutting finger-nails in
company ; leaving meeting before it
is closed ; whispering in meeting ;
gazing at strangers ; leaving a stran
ger without a seat ; a want of rever
ence for superiors j reading aloud in
company unasked ; receiving pres
ents without some manifestation
of gratitu le ; making yourself the
topic of conversation ; laughing at
the mistakes of others; joking others
in company ; correcting older persons
than yourself, especially your parents;
to commence talking before others
are through ; answering questions
when put to others.
Making: Home Eiimut i t ill.
WESTERN N. G. RAIL30A0.
OFFICE GEN'. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, MAY 11th, 1884.
PI JgfT. WEST.
Train No. 2,) ' Train No. 1,
EAST, f STATIONS. ( WEST.
Ar. S.5S a. m
11.43 p. m.
" 8.41 "
i 7.15 "
H S.11 "
" 4.56 "
J,V. 4.00 "
, I Hickory
Round Kno b
Lv. I2.v a. m
Ar. 1 03 "
" 2.43 "
! " 3.20 "
! " 4.26
' " 6.44 "I
! " 6.20 "
j 1 7.59
' 8.5 "
; " 11.35
Train No. 8.)
Train No. 7.
4.40 p. m.
A she vllle
May 80, 1833.
MUS. KATE HEDERHACH,
Is bleaseJ to announce to the larlies of
Salisbury and surroundinsr country, that
she has opened a MILLINERY STOUE in
- - . .... MM tA
Crawford s new LnnUlliv' on jtau oirccc,
adjoining the room lbrmcrly occupied by
Blackmcr & Tavlor 1 as a Hardware House.
She is prepared to till orders aad respect
fully invites ladies to call and .inspect ner
stock. Can supply on short notice any
article not in Store. Believes her work
will not only jive satisfaction Imt pleasure.
Will fill orders promptly ami at charges
as moderate as possible. Indelhble stamp
ing on any kind ot material for Braiding
and embroidery, also free hand drawing
for M ottos, Hat bands, Handkccchets, &c,
anv size, plain to elaborate.
Traill 7 and 8 run daily.
Train No. 3 connects at Salisbury with R. & D. B
R., irom all points South.
Train No. 1
Connects at Salisbury with R. & T. R. R. from
all points North and from Raleigh. Connects at
Statestllle with A. T. ft O: Dlv. of C. C. ft A. R.
R. Connects at Warm Springs with K. Tena., Va.
ft Oa. 11. R. tor Morrlstown and points West.ft S. W
Train No. S
Connects at Warm Springs with E. T. Va. ft Ga.R.R.
from Morrlstown & the West ft 8. W. connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. ft O. Dlv. Of C C. ft A. R. R.
And at Salisbury with R. D. R R. for all points
Korth and East and for Raleigh.
n sale at Salisbury, statesvllle, Ashcvllle and the
V Springs to all principal cities.
W. A. TURK,
A G. P. A.
Send six cents nostaze, and
receive free, a costly bos. of
goods which will help you to
snore money riglit away than
anything else in this world. All. of either sex. suc
ceed from tlrst Hour. The broad road to fortune
opens before the workers, and Is absolutely sure.
At once address. True & Co., Augusta, Maine,
has just received
of all kinds,
Now is the time to
PAPER YOUR ROOMS .
and make home raf e. have the
largest assortment ofo
New Patterns, New Stock, with tasty and
nice bordering to match.
Every farm should be an experi
ment station, and every farmer an
experimenter. We don't mean by
this that the whole farm and the
whole time of the farmer should be
devoted to making experiments; but
we do mean that the farmer should
have plots on which to try the differ
ent manures, different seeds and dif
ferent modes of cultivation. Farmers
are far too ant to iump at con-
Because a neighbor may feed more
stock aud feed richer feed and make
better barn-yard manure, and for
that reason the farmer who uses a
special fertilizer can't see anv special
benefit irom their use, it won t do tor
him to conclude that such fertilisers
will not pay him.
He must know for himself and on
his own soil what manures pay and
what pay best. He must know what
crops are best adapted to particular
fields ; whether hill or drill planting
pays him the better; whether hill or
flat culture is the more profitable ; in
short, there are a thousand questions
constantly arising that every farmer
must settle for himself, and no one
else cau settle for himself to a certain
ty, Farmers, "prove all things, and
held fast that which is good." New
And let some try the experiment
of making corn without plowing thj
crop in the usual way. Do all the
plowing before planting, and ail the
work afterwards with a hoe, or some
implement that will not break the
My line of
&EHR CRA.1GE. . if. CLEMENT.
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys -A.t Xj aw,
' Sawsbl kv, N. C;
Feb. 3rd, 1881;
BLACKMER & HENDERSON
and Solir itors.'
Salisbury, N. C.
Jan. 22d, '79 tf.
J. M. MoCORKLE. T. P. KLtfTTZ.
McCOKKLE fe KLUTTZ,
ATTORNEYS ad COUNSELORS
Salisbury, N. C.
Office on Council Street, opposite the
is the best in town,
I receive fresh goods
Do you want something good to eat ?
I keep-just the nicest
You ever put into your mouth'.
SCHOOL BOOKST .
Cultivate a Sweet Voice.
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Gall on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
Row. D. A. AT WELL.
Salisbury, N. C, Jqne 8th tf.
D130 litiS LIVER,
rrom tbcje 30tjtvo3 -iriso tnre-foartha of
the diaeacf of ibo human rasa, These
Appetite, r- .-. ' I i c - stlvo, Sic!; Head'
acii -. fsillxiesa after eating, r.verslon to
exoriiozi of body cr mind, JSrnctr.tlon
of food, Irrltabil-t? Of tenkper, Low
spirits, A frll cf having neglected
lomsd'ajr, i- ! c- :; .Viviitt itiar &t tlio
Heart, pwta befoi-o t'o eve j, lilgiily col
orcd Crijie, COWSTJFATEO, and de
mand tho uso ofa retnedy that att? directly
catbo l.ivcr. AiaJjW-criaoeiciiMiTUTX'S
PILL'S havo no e.l. Tlifeir actloaon the
Kulr.eyaandSliialaalso pronipt; rcmovliig
nu iipnritlea tiirongh these three scar
eng;ri cf tlic systfra," prolcclng appe
tite, s.-.aad direction, rcn!:-.r etcols, a clear
skia :mcl a vigorous tod v. 1 TVti PILLS
cause no nausea cr griping nor intsrfere
with dakty work and arc a perfect
ANTlSOTS TO MALARIA.
foltleTyf Vr,a5c. Offlr.44 Murray St.,N.Y.
S5 S rvi
Ghat IIai ca WnUXBKS chsasMd fa-
stantly tvaUlosSr EzCK. by a single tfp.
plicutioa cf this DTE. Sold by Druggist,
or sent by orpress oa receipt of M
Offico, 4Mnr-my Ctrwt, New Yotk.
WTTS MASUAL C7 C3JFULBtCEi?TS FREL
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUB
SCRIBE FOR THE CAROLINA
There is no power of love so hartl
lo keep as a kind voice. A kind
hand is deaf and dumb. It may be
rough in fleh and blood, yet to do
the work ot a soft heart, and do it
with a soft touch. But there is no
one thing it so much needs as a
sweet voice, to tell what it means
and feels, and it is hard to get it and
keep it in the right tone. One must
start in youth, aud be on the watch
night and day, at work aud while at
play, to get and keep a voice that
shall speak at all times the thought
of a kind heart, But this is the time
when a sharp voice is most apt to be
got. You often year boys and girls
say words at play with a quick,
sharp tune, as if it were the snap of a
If anv of them get veed you will
hear a voice that sounds as if it were
made up of a snarl, a whine and a
bark. Such a voice often speaks
worse than the heart feels. It shows
more ill-will in tone than in words.
It is often in mirth that one gets a
voice or a tone that is sharp, and
sticks to him through life, and stirs
up ill-will and grief, and falls like a
drop of gall on the sweet joys at
home. Such as these get a sharp
home voice for use, and keep their
best voice for those they meet else
where, just as they would save the
be?t cakes and pies for guests, and
all their sour food for thtir own
board. I would say to all girls and
boys, "Use your best voice at home."
Watch it by day as a pearl of great
price, for it will be worth more to
you in the days to come than the best
pearl hid in the sea. A kind voice
is a lark's song to heart and home.
It is ot the heart what light is to the
Never be cast down by trifles. If
a spider breaks his web twenty times,
twenty times will he mend it again.
Make up your mind to do a good
thing, and you will do it. Fear not
if trouble come upon you; keep up
your spirits, though the day be a dark
If there is any form of extrava-
gauce that is pardonable, it is that
which mauifests itself in the beauti
fying of the homer Money spent in
making home attractiye, in adding to
its comforts, aud even in its luxuries,
is money spent not unwisely. Such
outlay does not partake of the selfish
ness of mere personal adornment, nor
the gratification of desires and wishes
that have no higher aim than one's
own happiness, for the home is not
for the individual, but for the family.
Whatever makes the home dearer and
sweeter, ami more to be loved ami
longed for than any other place on
earth, must elevate its character and
bring it nearer its heavenly ideal
the eternal homo above,
And among tiie surroundings of
the ideal home, we cannot forego the
love of the beautiful. The glowing
imaginations of even the inspired
poets confessedly fail to give us an
adequate description of the beauty
which everywhere surrounds the
nuuie oi me reueemeo soui, in tue
sublime visions of the seer of Patnios
we read of a city whose walls arc of
all manner of precious stones, its
gates of pearl and its streets of pure
gold, with a river pure as crystal
running through it, and its inhabi
tants wearing white robes and crowns
upon their heads. The home that
God provides for us above is beauti
ful, aud he has given us a beautiful
world to live in here. If our homes
are bare and cheerless as dens in the
mountains, it is because there is no
effort made to draw into them the
beauty that surrounds them like the
atmosphere. We have seen many a
country home wholly devoid of all
adornment, with Tiai&es and butter
cups nodding within reac1! of their
window sills, and lovely maple leaves
fluttering right down through the
open door. Indeed, it is a fact, in
spite oi rural romances, that the aver-
i. i i .i
age country uomc nas iess oi inose
simple, yet tasteful decorations which
are often found in humble homes
within the city's dust and din. Per
haps familial ity with the beauties of
the wqods and lields make them val
ued less, but it does not atone for
ugly walls and barn-like rooms.
Ai:d it is a mistake to suppose that
home decorations necessarily involve a
large outlay of money. One of the
few good results of tire aesthetic craze
is that many have learned that the
ordinary things used by mankind
may be handsome as well as ugly.
If the aesthetic schools have brought
deserved ridicule upon themselves for
many oi their absurdities, they have
also done some good in awakening a
more general interest in the matter ol
home decoration. It would be sur
prising to those who have never tried
it, how far a few pence will go with
the aid of deflful lingers in adding to
the attactions of the home. A picture
frame, or a cup, or other household
utensils cost no more if wrought ar
tistically than if made after the most
clumsy fashion. Some housekeepers
with, unlimited means at command
aud abundance of material around
them, fail to make a room look neat
or attractive, while many a cottage
with nothing but such material as
nature throws down at its door,
blossoms into a home of taste ami
beauty under veritable fairy fingers.
There is a far higher aim in view,
too, in this matter of home decora
tion than the mere pleasing of the
eyes. W e cannot live in ti e midst of
things which are truly lovely with
out partaking in some measure of
that character ourselves. It is not
beneath the dignity of the mt high
and cultivated nature to confers a pas
sionate love for the beautiful, for we
worship a (jo I from whom all beauty
emanates. Xisthetic.sm is not to be
scorned it a few men have brought the
word into disrepute. The art of home
decoration is one that we need to
cultivate if we would make our homes
what they should be the center of ail
pure delights aud hallowing influen
ces, a place our children will love to
linger and from which they will ever
be lotii to part. Our Work at Home.
hazel is used for the same purpose,
ami is supposed also to indicate in
mineral countries, the presence of
veins of silver or gold. B th hazel
and aster are believed, in some moun
tain districts of Germany, to be pow
erful in protecting men from light
ning, and sprigs of these plants arc
often seen hung over a door to pre
serve the house from thunder !ohs.
The ancients used the laurel for the
sume purpose, and Augustus is said
to have put on a laurel crown when
ever a thunder storm cam?. The
lily, in some Catholic countries, is
considered a lucky flower, it being
I the emblem of the Virgin Mary, who
cared for it aud all who loved it,
while the marigold is also lucky, for
it is likewise consecrated to her. The
bleeding heart sprang from a drop
of blood wrung . from her bv the
agony of witnessing the death of her
sou, and it is therefore also consider
ed a very lucky flower. In England
the mistletoe has been reverenced
from the days of the Druids, but is
now considered as lucky for lovers,
the kissing at Christmas times being
done under its brandies when sus
pended in the hall. John's wort is
lucky if it be gathered before dawn
on St. John's Uay ; at any other time
it has no power to command good
fortune. The poppy aud the tube
rose are lucky for the living, because
they are loved by the dead, but odd
ly enough, the immortelle is unlucky
for the same reason, the difference
being caused by some legend or su
perstition which has been forgotten.
There is a r rench superstition that
the spirits of the dead revisit their
graves and are pleased to see them
crowned with immortelles, ami these
and the myrtle.-which s lucky be-
Will open August 4th, 1B84, with a
Faculty in number and qualifications, ful
ly up to the requirements of a first-class
To those boarding in the Serrti nary.
-Bonrd, Ro rn, Washing, Fuel, Lights and
Tuition, $10 per month. French, Music
and Painting extra. Instruction thorough,
climate 'healthful, term- moderate.
For particulars address,
Hkv. 4. A. Linn, A.M. Principal,
33:4t. Mt. Pleasant, N. C
GO TO H. & L. WRIGHT'S
STORE, on Main street for good, cheap
fish. MACKEREL, 12 to 73ct8 per doz.
WHITE FISH, 6 cts. per pound by the
100 lbs., or 7 cts. retail. MULLETS, 7 cts.
Sugar 11 to ia Dm for 1 1.00. ? Fine snrgar,
siranulated standard and white, 11 tba. for
$1.00. All other goods in proportion.
38:1m H. & L WRIGHT.
cause sacred to love, are more ire
quently seen on graves in Fiance than
any other plants or flowers.
godliness on the farm.
laniess, clean fence cor-
ens, clean siaole,
clean shelters, clean troughs, clean
food, clean water, clean litter, clean
sleeping quarters, clean granaries and
a clear conscience.
Watch your farm hands and note
their treatment of cattle. The brutal
habit of kicking cows should not be
be allowed. A kick in the udder will
very likelv result in bloody milk.
Although the consequences ofa blow
or kick on the ribs may not be seen
at once, more or less damage will
Are ymi failing, try Weixs' Health Re-
newer, a pure, cieun, wnoiesome
For Brain, Hervcs. Stomach, Lirer, Kidneys,
Lungs. An Unequal txl Invigorant. Cures
Headache, Fcrer, Ague, Chills,
DEBILITY & WEAKNESS.
Nioe to take, true merit, unequaled for I
TOKPIU LIVER anomgnt
Sweats, Nervous Weakness,
f 1.00 per but, 0 for SS.00, at Drugs;
E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J., v7i
Remarkable Cures of Catarrh of the
Bladder, Inilamraation, Irritation cf Kid
neys and Bladder, Stone or Gravel Dis
eases of the Prostate Gland, Propsical
Swellinsrs, Female Diseases, Incontin
ence of Urine, all Disejiscs of the Genito
urinary Organs in either sex. For Un
healthy or Unnatural Discharges use
also "Ohapta's Injec: ion Fleur," each $1.
For SYPHILIS, ci r contracted or
hereditary taint, u?e chapin's Constitu-
Syrup, 2 of Pills, 1 Salve, by Express on
receipt of $10.00, or at Druggists.
E. S. Wells, Jersey City, N. J., U. 8. A.
T IS O il 0 1 a R R E II
Red Irish Gordpn Setter Pups
FOli SALE BY WILLIAMS BROWN,
SALISBL'lty, N. C.
These Pups are as line as are bred in the United
suites. Peaitjree furnished on application.
Jftly , U4. 3w:pd
Notice To Creditors!
All persons having claims against the
estate of J. N. Dobbins, dee'd, are hereby
noti lied to exhibit the same to the under
signed on or before the 10th day of July
1835, or this notice will be pleaded in bar
ot their recovery. J. F. Robinson, 1
Adin'r of J. N. Dobbins, dee'd.
July 7th. 1884. 39:6vv.
Under a decree of the Superior Court of
Rowan county in Special Proceeding enti
tled Hann ah Dougherty, Pi'iT, against Ann
Grimslcy, et al, Def'ts, 1 will sell at pub
lic auction, on first .Monday (4th) of Au
gust, 1384, at tiie Court House door in Sal
isbury, the tract of land known as the
situated in Steele Township, on Sill's
Creek, 1 miles from Mill Bridge. Rowan
i county, and adjoining the lands of Jas. B.
Parker ami Matthew Menius. baid tract
contains about 55 acres,-comprising good
bottom and up lands, with one house aud
outhouses. It is in a good neighborhood,
and easily accessible, being situated on a
well known road leading from Mill Bridge
to Sandy Brown's mill. Terms of Sale:
One third cash, one third in six months
and one third in twelve months, with in-
Jn some parts of the world, one
kind of aster is in high repute as a
sort of divining rod. A forked branch
is cut on with various superstitious
ceremonies, and the two twigs are ta
ken iu the hands and firmly held
with the point iu a horizontal posi
tion. The hokler walks over the
ground, and, according to tiie popu
lar belief, when immediately over a
spring, the point, in spite of all efforts
to the contrary, will turn directly terest ua deferred payments from day of
J. Jr. McCUBBINS,
gions lllc ' 38:1m " f.'oui'r.
downward, thus indicating the pres-ia
enee ot water. In other regions the' 88:1m
M. L. A KEY
T a. 1 ' . a
jrreaeni ins eonipuments to th,. r
and respectfully solicit a tii -ii r L:
tablismcot. It is complete i ! . ? E!
qaireniertts of first class Inisiiu ss
Horses, Buggies, Carriages -Phaetons,
Special provision ami ,
Boarding and keeping horse rates ff
Drovers will find good Stalls and Sk
at this place. a
special accommodations fof tht
ol Commercial Travelers
ee Street, Salisbury r
To the needs of the tourist, oommeivial
traveler and new settler, Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since it
strengthens the digestive organs, and
braces the physical energies to unhealthy
ful influences. It removes and prevents
malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia,
healthfully stimulates the kidneys and
bladder, and enriches as well as purifies
the blood. When overcome by fatigue,
whether mental or physical, the weary
and debilitated find it a reliable source of
renewed strength and comfort. For sals
by all Druggists and Dealers generally,
Cost! vc ii c s s,
V li route Diar
I :;i purity cf th
Zeus- y i a '
Sr- V ,--i:e Malaria,
'J v 1 . a' :i ml I Diseases
Y'-- '- ..
. Hasp m-ST&ii, fSsaa.
AM pjesona kfl Br
se t tWh u3P?ptl
I erkiint.. ...:n i t i :
to me. either ob
Ot such iiuL.K,
otherwise the ao.
ect without further tin
by le'al process.
J. D. McNEELT.
C. M. ATWELL,
AT FRONT WINDOW OF J
-Ptx vxs Jf-lilTXXa.TVE.l-o s tor
Main Street, Salisbury, V. Q.
Will repair Clocks, Watches. Jewehy.etc
All work warranted. AVill also. keep a1M
line ol Wew First-Class Clocks.
Try me ami save-money by liaviuggooJ
Work done at living figures.
March 18, 1884. Cm
-X& X ::. .; ;1 :v Iie-
rangement of Liver, LUtivels and Kidneys.
SYMPT03T9 OF A DTlKAp-ET) I.TVER.
Bad Brsaih; Pain in t'ic- bido, sometimes tha
pain is felt under the Shoulder-biado, mistaken for
Rheumatism ; ger.iral loss of appetite; Bowels
generally custive. s rnetimcs altcruating with lax;
the head is troi.ble i v.uh r.ii, i-. dull and heavy,
with considcraMc lo:.s cf memory, accompanied
with a painful srnsnti n c: lea-, in inHnnc something
which ought to have b: ndonc; a ao;!.t, dryough
and flushed lace is sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for conscmpucn; the jK.tknt complains
of ve:.rine's and de'. ili:y ; nervous, e.isily startled,
feet cold or brnvng, smetiin;s a prickly sensation
of the skin exists: spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satislle 1 t!;at exercise would te bene,
ficial, yet one can hardiy summon up fortitude to
trv it in fact, distrusts every reme-'y. Several
of' the above tymptoi r.ttend t''e :!is-.;u.;. but cases
have occurred wtn.:i but f.w f thc!T "existed, vet
examination after de.uii h shown the Liver ta
have been extensively deranged.
It Khnuld bo used by r.12 persons, old anil
young, whenever any of the a in ve
Persons Traveling: or T.lvinr In Un
healthy Localities by tkitie: a dose occasion
ally to keeu the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, BUloua atlackK, Dizjjness, Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depressi in of spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a gl:is of wine, but in no in
If You have eaten anything hard of
digestion, or feel h ;.Vy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you wiO be relieved.
Time and Doctors' mils will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the IIouKe!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
cafe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be out o! place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
IT IS PUIMCLY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy ..t' Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after efTccts.
A Governors Testimony.
Simmons I.iver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to me medical science.
J. Gill Shortish, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Ga.,
says: Have derived sorr.2 benefit 'rom the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, auj tvish to give it a
"The only Thing that never fails to
Relieve." I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons laver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would - end further for
such a mcd.i ine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
P. M. jANNrr, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr' T- W. Mason says : From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons I.iver Regulator in
By practice 1 have been and am satisfied to 4e
anu prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
a week at home, f outfit free Pav.h.
solutely sun;. No risk. Capital at .
iulre.1. Reader, if you ,;,ut huslnw
at which ueixiusm' either siv mni
or old, can make (,'r- at pay all the Uin.' ttievVurt
with absolute con Unty, write for pari li-niars to
II. Hallxtt i Co., "Portland, Maine
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ON Monday at 12 M., the 4th day of
August 18r34 in pursuance of a judgment ot
the Superior Court of the County of Rowan
in the case of Charles Price Adm'r of J. N.
B. Johnson dee d., vs Sam'l Johnson and
others, it being a proceeding to make real
estate assets lor the payment of debts;
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Superior Court of Rowan, obtained at Fall
Term 1882 in the case of John N. B. John
son aud wife vs Tobias Kesler, I w ill sell
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ill the town of Sali&bfiry, the tract of land,
known as the "Powe Place" devised to
J. N. BJohnsou in the last- will of John
I. Shaver dee'd, the same situate near the
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in an Easterly direction and containing
about 800 acres. This is a rcluablc tract
ot land, very desirable, well watered ami
timbered. Title to the same perfect. Terms
of sale one half cash and one half in six
month from sale with interest on deferred
payment. CHARLES PRICE, Adra'r.
of J. N. B. Johnson, and Commissioner;
July 3d, 1884. 39:to7Aug.
Those having claims against the estate
oi Emily Anderson, dee'd, are hereby noti
fied to present the same to me on or before
the 17th day of July, 1885, or this uotffee
will be plead in bar of recovery. Persons
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the same without delay.
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