BOOT8, 8HO8 & CAITERS, made to
order All work nrst class Seven t een Yea i a F.x
lurteacf. All Material of the best grade, and work
dune In the latest styles
Ready made worl always on hand- Repairing
neatly and promptly done, ordi rs by mall prompt
iv niled. Wm. J. Eaelo.
l:ly. n.iisBir;T. N.C
ORS. J. J. k I M. SUMMERELL.
CORNER MAIM AND BANK STREETS.
OFFICE HOURS :
8 to 10 A. M. and 3 to 5 p. m.
I wanted tor The Lives
of all the PrehklentH
of the I S Thp In nr.
dook ever sola for less than twice our mice. The
fastest selling book In America Immense prollts
iO agents, am inwuiijcent neopi want it. Any one
can oecouae a suocessrui agent. Terms tree.
IIallett Book Co. "ortland, Maine.
An A i-kaii saw View.
A PERSUASIVE PREACHER.
"Yes, mv nnele whs a strange
Onr Stock Constantly Replenished.
UNDER THE FIRM NAME OF
PLUMHER A. TIOIM;.
Wm. J. 1'i.r m.mki:. long known as the bei
dame's and Saddle Maker who ever did busis
aess in Salisbury, presents his 'compliment
to old friends and patrons with an invitations
(o call and see his present stock of new
Harness, Saddles, Collar.", &c. He warrants
satisfaction to ever purchaser of New Slock,
and also his repair work. Kales- a. low as a
ood article will admit of. Gall and see
PLUMMER & MORGAN.
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICE QRX. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, MAY 11th, 1884.
Train No. ?,
Ar. 2.52 a. m. iiMaUsbury
" 1.31 " statesvtlle
" 1217 Newton
" 11 43 p. m. Hickory
' IO.ms Morgan ton
" .31 " Marlon
" 8.4D " Old Fort
" 7..W ' Round K no h
7.13 " Black Mountain
" n.ll " Asheville
R.33 j Alexander's
" 4.5 " vtaraball
Lv. 4.oo " Warm Springs
12.05 a. m
l 03 "
Train No. s.i
4.40 p. m.
2.4'l " -l.
(Train No. 7.
Train 7 and 8 run daily.
Train No. 3 connects at Salisbury with R. & D. R
R., from all points South.
Train No. 1
c onnects at Salisbury with R. & n. n. R. from
all points North and from Raleigh, connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. & o. Dlv. of c. C. & A. R
K. Connects at Warm Springs with E. Tenn., Va.
ua. K. R. for Morrlstown and points West, S. V
Train No. 2
Connects at Warm Springs with E. T. Va. & Ga.R.R
irom Morrtstown &. the West AS. W. connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. & O. Dlv. of C C. A H H
and at Salisbury wit h R. D.R R. for all points
norm ana tast and for Raleigh.
on sale at Salisbury, statesvliie, Asheville and the
prlngs to all principal cities.
W. A. TUKK,
A. (1. P. A.
IBRR CRA1C.E. , . CLEMENT.
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys A t
Sai.isrury, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
Snlisbnrr, N. C.
.Ian. 22d, '79 tf.
J. M. MoCORKLE. t p KLl'TTZ
fflrCORKLE & KLITTZ,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS
Salisbury, N C.
Office on Council Streci, opposite the
man' sanl the Rev. Mr. Hem wick.
"He was a minister of the gospel in
the early tlnys of Arkansaw, and
though his metliotls of compelling
'them to come in, would be discoun
tenanced now, yet he was a good man ,
a lover of the truth, a hater of pre
tention. 1 went to live with him
when I was a boy and at quite an
early age began theMudy of theology.
In those days we had no great array
of books explanatory of the scriptures.
We had the bible and a few volumes
of pennons, sulphurously intense
the work of some old preacher-pioneer
who feared not the hug of the bear,
the privations of life nor the knife of
the Indian. One of the first traits of
my uncle's character that struck me
was his disposition to fight for the
faith. Jf anviie disputed an asser
tion which he helieved to be ortho
dox, he would argue warmly for a
wliile and tneu it the dispute r did
not come round, why he had to fight.
J he old preacher was a powerful
man. lie could swing a maul with
the best rail splitter in the countrv.
and could handle an axe with won
derful execution. 'John he said to
me one day, 'you never had a fight,
did you V jo, sir 1 replied, 1
i i i ; I'm .t
nave never nati occasion. 1 Hats
bad he replied. 'All young fellows
who expect to accomplish anything
in a frontier country must tight. It
is the only way you can establish a
character. You never would have
heard of George Washington if he
hadn't fought. I don't advocate ruf
fianism, but I do advocate fighting
for a principle. It is every man's
duty to establish character. In old
communities, men make character by
hoiusty ami retiuemeut the stand
ard of gentility. In a country like
this, they make character by lighting
lor what they conceive to be right
the standard of manhood. Gentility
in town; manhood in the forest. You
have doubt It ss noticed that my ap
pearance in the pulpit always com
mands respect. J ii because 1 preach
a different gospel Iro n that presented
by other nun, our friend iMcwuri, for
instance : An, it because every
man in the congregation knows that
if he does not behave himself, while
1 am preaching, that ho will have me
to whip, and uru:-eu experience, let
me tell you, has t.mgbt mauy of them
that whipping me is a tougher job
than keeping the straw bavK front a
ground-hog threshing machine. ISouie
time ago, Stewart and I began a pro
tracted meeting over at lied h"wk.
One day 1 was called to preach the
funeral of a man who had tailed to
shoot quick enough, and while I was
gone, the rough lellows began to feel
ground to see if they could have a
little fun with Stewart. They met
with so much encouragement that af
ter awhile a burly fellow, named Ike
Moore, arose and said that fie had
noticed certain errors of the. pulpit
which he felt himself in duty bound
to correct. Biother Stewart had not
preached the gospel as it should have
been preached, and to bey-in tlm re
form he would stand Brother Stewart
on his venerab e head. Tim
- - mm v. tj'itt i
members of the conrre'?atioii w..r
loo timid to interfere and Ike Moore,
assisted by a brawny compauion, ap'
proached the pulpit, lifted Stewart
from behind the shelf as they termed
n, ana actually slood him ou his
head in a corner of the room. After
they had extracted all the
could from him. thev
hind the shelf and coin ma in led him to
reach as fast as he could. The old
man began at a sneod ;
with all oratorv. but not, K.-itfil
. - 0 1 V V I
with the urofirress he wi nt-.L;.,., IL
Moore would from time to time yell
faster there, eit tin there ! Vft
' o i j i hi p
iiie uar? now pin us a I
G- o . - tniiu,
ive us another saw-log. Saw gin
a slab. Don't throw in som.iny poles.
Nnt Pill. ntt clm.l. T . I . .
- " " mii aiasii. i sr. iiiwmi i
lime, 1 returned. 1 was shocked when
I entered the house, for the extres-
SlOU on Door Sewnrt' r'.iwi Ii..
showed that he suffered I t
the pulpit. Carried away by sue-
cess, flushed with eiithnsh.m ..
triumph, Ike Moore began to feel of
me ; in not a
ii.,. o ' " -j i eiiner.
x iei mm go on lor awhile. Finally
he told me to preach fast pi- t . 'i
no attention to him but Proceeded to
mi niouruers. AtiMr i
, , . , iiiie up
said that it was about time to stand
me or. my head. I pretendetl not to
hear him and not to notice him as he
approached but just as he was about
o lay hands on me, I took up an old
brass candlestick on uridyl, i uj
weather-eye for some time, hauled off
g.ve m a lick over the head
that made his eyes dance the jio- Gf
wild astonishment. Before he hud
time to recover. I calUi i.;
JunMed on him and beat !.; A
he swore that never before in his life
ue in such imn.0,i;(
-JIVlll.lIt' I I (kill I 1
. .v, iHXU III
ja man who felt that it was good, and
decidedly the beat thing under the
circumstances for brothers to dwell
together in unity.
The meeting was a great success and
poor Stewart waa overjoyed, quite a
much, I think, as though all the good
had been accomplished by himself
alone. Stewart is an unselfish man.
Why, he would share the measles with
a sinner. .Now, my boy, you see what
fighting did. Alt the persuasive elo-
quence ot Webster would have tailed.
The occasion demanded that kind of
oratory frequently indulged in by
Jackson. Stewart is unsuccessful even
unto this day.
"One day after I had grown old
enough, if not wise enough to preach.
my uncle and I attended a barbecue.
A large crowd was in attendance and
the spirit of builyism ran high. There
was one large follow, Boly Talbert,
wno was aching to whip somebody.
He was thou y;h t to be the best man
physically in the community and the
poepie were atraid of htm. After a
while, Boly hopped up ou a barrel,
napped his arms and crew like u roos
" 'I ean't stand that said mv tin-
K'le to me. '1 dou't care how much &
man blows, but when lie begins to
crow over me, why I can't stand it
" 'It was not intended for you, un
cle 1 replied.
" 'Yes it is. It is intended for ev
erybody and I am somebody, let me
"The next moment he had kicked
the barrel from under Boly, had
knocked him down and was beating
him unmercifully. Yes, my uncle
was a strange man, but he was the
most persuasive preacher in the coun
try." A Solid Basis.
We congratulate onr Southern people
that they are about to cet down nrain n
olid basis one that is sound and sale to
stand niton, aud upon which, it tf nil
continue to build next year, and the year
after, and all the years, they will be able
to erect a superstructure of endurinc pros
peut.v. We mean the com banis. This
year s corn cron is. nerhaoH. tin- l.ir(r,f
lliat has been grow n in any year since the
war., ror once almost erery lanuer, who
grows corn at all will make umirh r
support him, and many will make la rue
tjiiainnies in sen. i ins is the kind of
basis we like to see laid. Farmers are
safe if they have this sort of foundation
lo stand upon.
The financial pressure has made money
ciose, ami some ale calling out for intia
non oi currency ; but, foi one, we far
prefer the nidation of the corn crib. This
Kiiitl of inflation will benefit all, and
especially the laboring classes. With
full corn cribs throughout the land, it
iiaueis nine now times o or which par
ty wins, there will be prospeiity aud
On this bji8is, then, we like to see oui
people building, and we hope thev w ill
uot hereafter allow auvthiiiir to divert
them from this object. Let them make it
a leading principle to grow corn enough
ioi every noiue want enough for bread.
enough for their trams
raise plenty of in -at. We rejoice that
they have such fine crops this year. Na
ture favored them. Hut we hope thev
will look to it next season also tk i.ir
at least of their best land for corn; manure
nuu emirate well, and give it that atten
tion that will insure another full cron.
A II. 1
-nu iei an naiidie the present crop,
with strict economv. allow nn nuiu.a
waste, and do not sell (except to the needy)
for any purjioRe. Few, few, farmers in
deed can afford to sell corn. Jt will nav
them far better to convert it into pork,
veal, beef and mutton, and sell that that
is the meat at an advance, and thus
make double profit ou the corn.
This corn basis is a great thing to build
up a farm on. Bought corn never seems
to bitten stock like home-made corn. It
does not kep the farm ia good tunning
order like the home article. A good many
men have tried to farm ou Western coru,
but they have found it a failure every
every tune. One ear of coru in the crib
is woi in nve iu the merchant's warehouse
o. n you nave made a good crop of it
j uiiuuie wiiu care, ecoiiomy aud
nice judgment, and don't let it et out id
the crib too fast. If you make a hundred
.. it-is, mars eight and a half-per month.
ion t exceed that, aud your coru will
last you. But it you use up twenty bar
rels per month now, you will be short of
it next year. Ke member, you may not
glum n crop next year. 1 1 y to
save some to bridge oyer the chasm of a
jMissible bad crop. Petersburg Meuen
him about : he will not bile, but merely
raise ins head a little more aud blow ami
hiss a little harder. If yon do not
not leave pretty soon, he will. But do
not let him get away ; keep him hack,
and worry him. As inMN as he finds it
impossible to escape, he w ill pretend to
bite himself, then roll, and twist, and
squirm in great apparent agony for a
minute or two, then turn ou his back,
seemingly dead. Yon can push him about
and throw him around as you please; he
is as limp aud lifeless as a dish-rag. But
hold a little fire to his tail, and you will
find he is not as dead as he would like to
have you think. If, us soon as he turns
on his back, you go off aud leave him, he
will tarn over and get away on pretty
short notice. I would not advise you to
take, hold of him, as it may be when ho
refuses to bile a stick that he is merely
waiting for a chance at something he
knows he can hurt. T. 0. L, in Nashville.
WHEN YOU WANT
MAJ VY JP lliURES
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
a . J-A. AT WELL.
Balstwiry, N, c., Jane8th-if
The Spreading Adder.
How many readers know what a spread
ing adder is 1 And how many of those
w ho have killed one know that he w ill
play possum? How many of them can
say that they have seen a spreading ad
der bite? For the benefit of all who
have not seen this snake, or paid any
special attention to him further than to
lilt him on the hfiil with ...- i ..m
paid teU few thing about him. I have kill-
1 llH ah M M a. . 1
iiuinoer oi snakes at various times,
and have generally worried them a good
deal to make them fight, and the spread
ing adder is the only suake that I could
never induce to strike; aud a more hid
eous suake could hardly be fonud. A
short stumpy fellow, rarely more than
two teet loni!. he irui nh..t i
In color he much resembles a water
suake ; but he will change his color con
siderably when brought to bay. (This is
the brown adder; the black adder I have
vy, x went out after the
coiwpirators, and cracked all
"T 1 di(,'t keep the UVht
to 1 1 ii ,ng8 down, I
tohl the good brethren to hymn wh le
1 canvassed the fibi 7 wn,e
'he .lur .a " ! P'
"In.: r. Ul Wen 1 rtumk .h.
. . -.4. 1 . . - - .
uui neaia oi in t liia cmnt, .- i...
Iecnliarity lies in tactics when iu close
quarters. If meeting one you move
toward him slowly, he w ill genendl v
yrm to take himself out of the way Z
ast as possible; if you will rake l.im
fifrhr W'i ' a.,,ick ,,e tarn l h.w
nght. btretching out his ribs until those
irffiT itl" W? ody form a
Itir n ,e1a.H''ri',t"P general shape.
Ha It coiling himself, and raising his bend
and ope,ug his great tliree-ornered
mouth, he presents an appearance very
trying to weak nerves. When in this
position he will lis.
Bndt Tk ,,kr a :er imp o? thge"":
But those who know hi-n know all
this is mere bravado, and laugh at the
poor tool's efforts to scare his enemy
away. Jt is no question of ntr ...I r .1.... ;j
j.3 i. it
iaiiii lesi icK at him l.M r . . s bv-.! i- r"" w "g eai nog,
bench nul Id. . h,,-"nwItot, ; but merely a question of whkh u Vi
lentU aitU UloliikPfl .... i . .V MworsrMi-i.il -...... i. v 1
1 1 ins Knees kc ., i . V. " nn-- lou mav
icilIOW ,Mkeiek in his month aod piieb
"I Don't Feei. Like Work." It makes
no difference what business vou are engag
ed in : whether you are a preacher, a me
chanic, a lawyer or a common laborer, you
can't do your work well while you are halt
sick. Thousands try to, but all in vain.
How much better to keep your organs in
good order by takin Parker's Tonic when
you feel a little out of sorts." It would
be money in your pocket. One hour ot
good, rejoicing health i9 worth lyilf a doi
eu hours full ot languor and pain.
has just received
of all kinds,
iTom tnoso sources arise tiiree-fourths of
the Uideascg o( the human rueo. These
eym ptoms indicate thoircxLstencc : Xjo mt
Appetite, Kvwel 3 costive, Sicic Head
ache, fullness afJer eating, r-version to
essrtloa ot body or zz!nt, Crnetation
ot food, Irritability at tiucr, JUow
spirits, A fjclSnj? cf fta-rtuft ncglocte:!
some ilnty, Xlzz.kcs4,l''xnttcr:n8;at tbe
Heart, 3ot before Cic cj-fi,KieUIveo3-ored
Urine, COrjSTIPATlO.V. cuul da
mancltho nse of a remedy that a ts diroetl?
on the I iver. AijaLtverncdiciiKiTUTT'S
have no equal. Th:ir r.ct;o:ioii the
Kidneys and kin is also prorr pt ; removing
all impurities throngh thci ihrco 4scav
ngjTM ct tbe cyistwai," producing appe
tlto, hound digestion, rc.ui.ir Mools, a clear
skin and a vigorous hod IZJTT'H HLL8
cnuso no nausea or fyiinin nor hitorfero
with daily work and a; o b. perfect
ANTS30TE TO R3ALARIA.
Gray Hair on Tiuskhbs clir.nged in
ctantJy toaGr-jsr TCX hy a single ap
plication ot" IIiLj Dn:. Bold by Druijgitt,
or sent l)y t'ZproSH on va ipt tit in.
Ofllce, MMnr-v f tre-t, v Yctk.
Tun's KkHiSLi Q u3:rLiR:cr;rva rnti.
Now is the time to
PAPER YOUR ROOMS
and make home mf e. I have the
largest assortment ofo
New Patterns, New Stock, with tasty and
nice bordering to match,
TSe?SntsSr!T. try Wells' if ealtiiKe
KKWE2, a pure, clean, wholesome
Tor Brain. Nerrss. Rtomseh. T.Itct, Kidneys,
Langi An Uaequaled iBTisorank Cure
C T- 1 mi nhflla
neaaaenn, ccici, orud, uu,
DEBILITY & WEAKNESS.
Nice to take, true merit, unequaled tor
rORPIDC LIVER nd Night
EVSrn! for $5.. atDrneeteta.
, . Y ELLS, JOTHOjr VOIJ, 1.1. W., J. a. m.
My line of
is the lest in town. I receive fresh goods
Do you want something good to eat ?
I keep just the nicest
You ever put into your mouth.
Remarkable Cures of Catarrh of the
Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kid
neys and Bladder, Stone or Gravel Dis
eases of the Prostate Gland. Dropsical
Swellings, Female Diseases, Incontin
ence of Urine, all Diseases of the Genito
urinary Organs in either sex. For Un
healthy or Unnatural Discharges use
also ' Chapin's Injec' i"n Fleer, " each $1.
ror SrPHIIilS, i.' r contracted or
hereditary taint, use Cnapin's Constitu
tion Bitter Syrup, $1.00 per bottle, and
Chapin's Syphilitic Pills. $2. 00 ; and Cha
pin's Syphilitic Sal vo, $1.00. 6 bottles
Byrup, I of Pill, 1 Salve, by Express on
receipt of $10.00, or at Druggists.
ei.ja, Jerey City, N. J., U 8 A
imn Stable '
M. L. A T in
Present hi. .
and resoectfnl.v then,,,,:.
tWi,mtnt. i. t. .. " nali li.
iu-e,ents of flrej ,1.,1 II,"
Photons, Wa80ag) 4f
Sn(t,,i.. I -
WE DESIRE TO CALL TH" THO'JSHTrUL ATTENTION OF FARMERS
to tui: "UPCRioit .nr.niTs ov
AT A PESTIUS3B 702 "V7HZAT A!7D GEASS.
The advantage- r suhl-ig f lt 11 e an rot only an increased yield,
but the per nane.r impo.vemeat of the so I f.osn t'.u abuadant growth ot
grass which i- sure t follow. 6
01tCIIII,l, '' is no new tiling. For eighteen veirs k has been
undergoing t ial d w d. I. -x i sto,l fe t st. At tirst, its progretS
for w,s iiaturdly slow; rrit ni-rit wbl, sooner or later, have its reward,
mirt iio.v ihih . -rv .'.r a n lirgely in iv.ased over tliose of the pre
ceding year, a id t.u Mcu.h of i s early days are i s be-t friends now.
It l as b n ii.-d ex envively i , M irylan 1, rennylvarria and Virginia,
an 1 from i a . i ,d:,ur pieces, eve. y where, we ar .instilled in recommendl
ngitt y..u a. b -i .g well ad .pte I to your soil. No fertilizer for your UN
llSIS I'll (illC I II Hi rvi i ,r !.... j . 1 ........ : i i . . , ' - -
WV Y. h m , '"M,," ppuiavity. some ot the
use it aunost exclusively.
iaigest a m o st i.irmei-i i i t.ies t.i;- e Si.-it
i I'73fal, lH'ci:i it is X i ur 's own prnddon for her ex
hauste 1 nel.ls.
It Ih I.o-v l.-:-.csl, b
'lllll irn K-HM tmn, i.lU. .
ficturers an w irhour. re raid to its high agricultural value, we base it
prfee a de.y u.ion ks uetu .1 co t to 1 nport.
Wtr'Ur you Irhie lo nn off, :r.;irra tr.7io have used if, and ask vou
enquire of Lieut an to .v merit. 9
OR0HILLA FOR WHEAT.
Ft I a rem irk , hie f ,r-t th 1 1', - -nnl an ily is of Orchilla Guano
shows lyst i leHttcut r.uu t.i vi h ! analysis o( the adies of a bundle of
wheat tUUttrn. I !ii do:ih l,s f u-h sIum t!ie re i o i why Orchilla is a
good wheat produce ; it v t.Uai.is all tU s d m nts of w'isat grtelh within itself.
,.0t1i:"- JW'Jf'AMr, K ; , or GS.iiiSn, . C, June 23d,'
1884, sas: Thoe who u-e I Ore ill Ht fall speak ii m st flittering
!rSRS i 1 1 1 xv:,K" 1 1 co:i-.nr. as in .- f H i e purchase will demon
strate. I can see where I us d O .ii: i iVs ... ,ri g a very perceptible dtfe
fcrcncc. It is to e rly i i t ie sea- a to n port r sul s.
1Q- " K-l, oTi io, tr.d II C.. !V. C, July 15,
184, mvs:- -I In . e ns dthe OrJ.il! i ;na m for three years on light
sandy land f r w e t ai-l flov . Irh is giv n sa inaction. My neighbor
vd'ou,, d it last fall a- well I , d. W u ed from one to threl hun
dred p -mids to the a re. We expert to u-e i: agaia."
TcLRf I-MRI), 'J ov Rivor. Ataaiaace
Co., re. .Toly lst, savs: "I lave u-c-d Orchilla for two years,
and am well phased w th the re nit. I expect to use it more largely this
fall. 1 am convinced it is all you claim. for it."
JI1.A. II. DRKWttV, orWo.t,.ver, Ctmries City Co.,
., prohah y the most ex ensi c f rm. r in tlie State, says: "Orchilla
Iruano does qm: as we.l o:i my wh at as any fertilizer 1 ever used."
Col. I KVTOV pi (OLE, of IMoutevllle, A'brmarle
to., in., eipially iromi ent in t':c c immunity, savs: Orchilla has
made wheat for mo wh -a everything else failed to do so."
ORCHILLA FOR GRASS.
If Orchilla ha a Ppecialty, it is in making grass. Tlf AT never FAILS.
Col. RANDOLPH IS lltRffSOX, ronimissi.nor of Aarrf.
r!l VVe h VIrC.nia, Hi, i.n.ond, savs: "Orchilla
certainly possesses spe. ialeor-rtjWMri? virtues, or, if that Is an inac
curate word, it enables clover to take hell, and helps it to stand drought
great point. I watch its eifect o i my crops with much interest."
ftnni!nCml,0r0,,rBookof.Testiinonil,,,rom 'aniieni who have used
Orchilla Guano for years, and who sav:-"It has made our poor lands
TB AVERS, SNEAD & CO
FOB SALE BY
uiTfTu Jo,u,B Salisburv, X. C.
j V f1 a"' Statesville, X. C.
Jacob Lore, Concord, X. J.
MRS. EATE MEDERNACH,
Is pleased to announce to the ladies ot
Salisbury and surrounding country, that
she has opened a MILLIXEKY STOKE in
Crawford's new building on 5lain Street,
adjoining the room formerly occupied bv
Blackmer & Taylor sis a Hardware House
She is prepared to till orders and respe t
t'ully invites ladies to call and inspect her
stock. Can supply on short notice nnv
article not in M.re. ili iif-ves her work
will not only yive satisiaetion but pleasure.
Will (ill orders pro.nptly and at charges
as moderate as possihle. 'indclliblc stamp
ing on nnv kind of nuitcri.-il i;r
and cmbroidi ry. also In e hand drawing
I'orMottos, Hat hands. Handkerchiefs, &e,
any sic. plain to elaborate.
nn.ir" "i IIOIC ami
lire pert. ,v duly rn)li " :e Uor GUano)
I1 sSlV re earnesfU. MU " 11
m i i ii ii.. l
pMptrf,: "7ut ?' make
counts h l" he sul
nee, ro Co!K-M)Wl
. or iw.ru-. . i
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st: w'tliout furtlwr
OV fv"Lr:il ir,.
J- D. M:XEELY.
Semi six cents inst:io- rnrt
receive Tree, a costly box of
gauds which will help. vou to
more innnoi' fitri. t . ....C.
i 7,., .rTT.. . . """J
n-iuB in mis woiki. ah. or eiiner sex SUC
ceeu. trom tirst hour. '1 he bro:M ro ul to fortune
opens belore the workers, and Is absolutely sur
At once aachvss, Truk Sl Co., Augusta, Maine
Tie Valley mm Wtimk
surance n J In-
ly Mutuah-vhlcb enStaS o m'
P. at an actua, averr:1'
or further lnfo.mMt.,.. ...... I'nnnum.
May 0, isss.j
:11 on or address
SAMUBl lty. X. (
"i eld, can in
a week at immo - .
solutely sure o riuiJ P
lUlml Ser If v. alW not rr
at wl,t,-i S J?..il busing
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wum k DANVILLE E
X. C. Id VISION.
J.'ii. til 11, rS4
to STOMACH 0
To the needs of the tourist, commercial
trsvsler and new settler, Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since il
strengthens the digestive organs, and
braces the physical energies to unhealtte
ful influences. It removes and prevent
malarial fever, coustipation, dyspepsia,
healthfully stimulates the kidneys and
j Leave CharUfi
" italeigli ..
A rr. CJoMsboro
I N- 01. I No. A3
I laily. j Daily. '
0.00 a.m. I
1 7.27 ' 1
1 1 .4t "
5. 1 5 '
o'.OS p. iu.
11. lo "
10Daily except Saturday,
Lt. ve Greensboro 4 20 p m
Arrive at Raleijtli I ..54 p. m.'
Arrive at lioldslmro 6.00 a.ni
bladder, and enriches as well as purifin
me 0100a. wnen overcome by fatigue,
whether mental or physical, the wean
and debilitated And it a reliable source 61
renewed strength and comfort. For sale
by all Druggists and Dealers generally,
u ' (1'nn.ec,, nt Gr-fnsbors with HAD
h K for all po.ntsXorlli, East and Went of
I'llll'l ln 4 l1 I' I . .
... ..ic. .11 naitsiu.ry with W K C K R for
1 l.PO,V' !)'e8,er" X C At Gohl-boro
will, & K K dailv. Non. 51 and 53
j connect at Greensl.oro will. K A D R K and
I 'or all points on the Salem Branch.
A Household Article for Universal
For Scarlet and
Sore Throat, Small
Pox, Measles, and
.U Contagious Diseases. Persons waiting on
the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet Fever has
never been known to spread where the Fluid was
used. Yellow Fever has been cured with it after
black vomit had taken place. The wor
cases of Diphtheria yield to it.
Feveredand Sick Per- SMALL-POX
sons refreshed and and
IIcl Sores nrevenr- PITTlVd .r w..,..n
ov nai.nns wan
TRAINS GOING WEST.
I MALABIA. I
Arrive Durliarr ...
" Hillsboi ....
' Greens! ro.,
Arrive High Piont
Impure Air made
harmless ar.d purified.
For Sore Throat it is a
For Froitted Feet,
Soft White Complex
ions secured by its use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Breath,
Cleanse the Teeth,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved, and
Burn relieved instantly.
Wounds healed rapidly.
An Antidote for Animal
or Vegetable Poisons,
I used the Fluid during
our present affliction with
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the sick
room. Wm. F. Sand
ford, Eyrie, Ala.
A m .-mlitr of my fam
ily was taken with
Small pox. I used the
Fluid : the patient was
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
weeks, and no others
had it. J. W. Park
I Diphtheria I
I Scarlet Fever I
The physicians here
use Darbvs Fluid very
successfully in the treat
ment of Diphtheria.
Tetter dried up.
Ulcers purified and
In cases of Death it
should be used about
the corpse it will
prevent any unpleas
The eminent Phy
sician, J. MARION
SIMS, M. D., New
York, says: "I am
convinced Prof Darby
Prophylactic Fluid is a
rauderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn.
1 icso y to trie most excellent qualities of Prof
larby Prophylactic Fluid As a disinfectant and
determent it is both theoretiirally and practically
superior to any preparation with "vhich I am ac
quainted. N. T Lt rros, Prof Chemistry.
Darbys Fluid is Recommended by
lion. Alkxandb H. Stephens, of Georgia
Rev Chas. F Deems, D.D., Church of die
Strangers, N. Y.;
os. LkC'onts, Columbia. Prof. . University S C
Xev. A. J. Battlr, Prof.. Mercer University
Rev. Geo. K Piekc, mshop M. E. Church '
iNmsPExsAnr.i: to every home.
Perfectly harmless. Used internally or
externally for Man or HeasL
The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we
have abundant evidence that it has done everythina
here claimed, r r fuller information get of vou?
Uruggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietor.
J r. ZF.11.iN co., '
Manuf.1ctnr111.4t hcsi'ft-:, 1'HM.APET "ItT.
6.27 '. ,
7.08 " 1
9.25 " ,
1.58 a. m
Xo.lC, Daily ex. Sunday-Lv.Goldsb'oMOfiB
Ar. Kaleijjh 5.46 pro
Lv. ' 6.21 pat
No. 50-Conneels at Salisburr with all
points on W K C U K ad at Charlotte with
A.& C. Air Line tor all oiuts South.
Nu. 52 Connects al Charlotle with C. C.
& A.K.K. wuh allpoIntH South and Southeast
and w:ili A & V Air-Line for allfoints South
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
,r, No. 50 No. 52
iGoiNG South. Daily. . i0,
. f ei.Su 11 .
Lv. Ureensboro J 1 30 p m lo 00 a m
Aj" IvernersviJJe 12 36" 1104 "
tSaem 1 10 " 12 53 p m
No. 51 .
O01.VG .North. Daily. No.53.
ex. Sun. Daily.
Leave Salem 7 26 pm 530am
.r 1erre"rtvil le 8 05 " 6 05 "
Greensboro 9 j 5 7 10''
STATE UMlVFRUfY RAILRDaDiT
GoiKG JCOBTH Daily'ei. SunT
Lea ve Chapel Hill 1 0.20 a m
Arrive University 11.20 am
Goiko South. Dav ex. Sun.
Leave University l.oo 1. m
Arrive Chapel Hill J 2.25 p in
B .ffet Sis p ng Cari without Change
n trains 50 and 51.
and All: nta, jind Lelirecn
Th ioujjIi Pnllntsn ' eepir
nd 53 bt 1 wet iTWmthi njrton
oa n v i I le n 1, d Jticl non ",
Xe w Orleans.
tSTThrtmnh Tickets on t
"sleigh, Gofdsboro, 6a 1 isb
nil at all. princii al poinls
rt'esl. Nor I I. d V. . . .
Louisiana. Te A r L-;
1 address s
I . G?n.