he Carolina Watchman.
' V 1 Tj IS Hf S5STT " .-.nl ntMM
mfTTTlTl l3HTVO CATTCT)TTTV Iff n Tn7PT7MTlPP OR 1C0A
HE WFALL & WINTER GOODS
b 4 a
llfn I .a 7 . mosm i "IX"
("j-i i.ovejrane wt tnc LAwiKSi anu mosi
PLETE Stock f; DRY GOODS and NOTIONS in
' Weftern North Carolina.
1- And we are prepared to offer seasonable and staple
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE.
We ha?e a Urge assortment ot
' to which we invite the especial attention of buyers
- Ladies' Cloaks
from $1 up. We have a good line of
RflSSJAH CIRCULARS AND DOLMANS.
We have Underwear for all.
We are agents for the
- WE HAVE
Boots and Shoes,
We sell the unexcelled HESS & BRO'S. fine Hand
Sewed Shoes. We have a larse assortment of Joiin
MENDEL! s SOLAR TIPPED Children's Shoes.
NOItTH CAKOLIXA'S EXHIBIT.
New Orleans Times-Democrat.
The exhibit made by this State will
he just what might be expected of its
thorough-going and practical people.
It will he Mjhstantial, of the best qual
ity and sufficient for the purpose for
which it is designed. Comparatively
little attention has been bestowed upon
ornamental features. Enough to relieve
the ensemble from a look of heaviness,
but decoration is treated merely a
setting forth what is valuable and not
as constituting it.
The material for the exhibit has
bfen collected under the supervision
of the officers of the Agricultural De
partment Hon. M. McGehee, com
missioner; Dr. G, W. Dabney, State
chemist ; Mr. P. TVI. Wilson, secretary,
and Mr. S. G. Worth, superintendent
of fish and fisheries, and Prof. J. A.
Holmes, of the State University.
It would have been an easy matter
to fill double the space allotted to the
State. But the fact that the Director
General had all the sister States and
Territories to assign space to was re
spected, and the purpose adopted and
pursued has been to use a just econo
my in space, to fill it with the best
material and to classify and erect the
exhibits bv relative and scientific ar-
'i still mean t
l V. K L (new cron). ml
o supplv vou with the best FLOUR, HAMS, PURE LARD,
roiV Buckwheat Vlour, Oat Meal- Grits, Rice, Suttar, Syr-
mm . TAinMi Coffee Tea. and fanev new Deep Sen, .o. 1 MAtaAKtL.
"t, TOBACCO. We have the largest stock of
Tabic Si Sawware in town. A new supply of 5 cents tricks. Agents for the Light
Tabic nn ii vii" m,.u: ,,l riat' Soon Cotton. Remember, wa will liav
you the hi
am) Bfll vou uoods as low as the Inwes. Conn
"hcsl prices ior vuui j"
KLUTTZ & REHDLEMAN.
W. W. TAYLOK, 1
fVl It. 184.1
- 1 J
- I -t 1
n JK ROSTIAK. oaiesnicii.
and J. A. NEELY. )
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL YOUR LANDS?
Is now offered to Land owners who may
wishlo dispose of
' or WATER-POWERS.
STUDEBAKBR akd TENNESSEE
CoLCMBUs, Watertown & Cincinnati
Buggies & Spring Wagons.
Bickfokd & Huffman
Grain and Guano Drills.
Thcmas II A Y RAKES
Aveky's Hilling and Walking
Telegraph Straw Cutters,
Avery and Dixie PLOWS,
Dexter Corn Slicllcrs,
Engines and Boilers,
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
Piping, Engine and Boiler Fittings Guns,
Pistols, Shells, Cartridges, Wads and Caps.
JLnvder and Shot, Dynamite Fuse and Pri
mers Axes, Shovels and Spades, Building
Hardware, Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
HOME-RAISED CLOVER SEED.
And everythinir else usually kopt In First Class
.... . . uHard ware and Implement Stores. I have on hand
Havin- leen instructed to act as Agents a full 8tock (.f ,he above. & offer them tor the next
fur the North Carolina Department of Im-, thirty days, lor less money than they have ever
migration, we will state to those having becn ia lhls country .
nroLrrtv of I he above deseri ot ion 1'or sale. Salisbury, Oct . 23, v4. W. Olfll I riULKLi
that wc are in position to place such pro
perty iii the hands of over two hundred
n'tive Agents, who are making it a regular
business to sell lands to Immigrants and
others coining into North Carolina to
Lands placed above market value are
THE BEST SMITH IN
THE COUNTY !
The undersigned Is prepared to do nil kinds of re
pairing lo all kinds of watches, clocks, ac., and at
reasonable prices. Leave and get your watches at
We have etiblih.H i Tlwi Fstitp nml ! Kluttz & nenilleman's Store. Salisbury ; and try the
n e nayc established a I(eal estate and b t ,tn , th county. It. Lr m.o X.
Apr. 10, '81:11.
Misiso Bcrkac in addition to the above
ad are in position to place to
dttntage mining properties of all kinds,
developed and undeveloped. Large tracts
of Lands in Western North Carolina, and
JoEaatTean.. mav be olaccd through us
to ad vantage. We can offer inducements
heretofore-unknown, and land owners will
nmttth their best interest by calling on or
BRUNER, EAMES & CO.
Real Estate, Mining &
i Immigration Bureau,
, , Salisbury, N. C.
-Maps, Assavs,; Reports and Estimates on
wort notice, f f
ranies contemplating going to Texas:
do well to Consult us, as we have farms
"Ml partsof that State, and will giadlv
a Information. 37:6m
FDR CASH or ON TIME.
er ritWrs and the steep pjdes of the
... a.t m 4
Blue Itulge like n cio.u ot gold.
There will be lour pyramids filled
with the wines of the largest vine
yards of the State; silk in all its forms,
from the cocoon to l ne woven patterns
Wbere a Western Man got a Wife.
A western builder, rfmnforl fo 1i
worth over $100,000, who always vis
its one of the clerks in Castle Garden
when h comes to New York, that
of dresses of pur grandmothers ; j-ite, j gentleman being one of his friends,
diicv nific a amrrv lime UgO JUSl
Miss Bertha Heinz, a beautiful and
vivacious blonde from Hamburg.
rXiX JkJSm WINTER
B. determincd to continue (hi Mil
wj busioeas at my old stand, I ask my
'enoiand customers to hold thei: crders
r"e, as I have ordered tlie Prtttie-t lot ot
1T8, RIBBONS. FEATHERS. , ,
had in store. Evehythiko will
"Mihelt New and Fasuionable.
8i;.k.. W- BARKER.
, TAPE WORM.
An MBmment German scientist has recent
iS1 trom a root extract, an also
.f'i' for TapeWorm.
to nd is not distress
g He patient, but is peculiarly sicken
g m stupefying to the Tape Worm,
PmS,1.9,u 6Wf its victim and
eotirflv ,ln a na,rnl'nnd easv manner,
WJ whole, with Head, and while still
To suit all classes of purchasers, we have u.ade
arrangements to sell these celebrated Wagons eltl -er
tor cash or on lonj timr. So all who heed wagons
bad belter call and see us soon.
JOHN A. BOYD EN, Ag Dt,
Dec. 4th, 1SSL
J. OT WHITE.
lias used this specific in
WitllOIlt i air..lo
Worn, -. " """- '" 10
lt rw, " V'"re-. success jUaranteed
HAY! HAY! HAY!
500 Tons of No. 1 Valley of Virginia
Timothy llav for sale bv
l Ii. StTBLETT & SOX,
43:6Q- Staunton, Va.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
i iZ, : V ni." "moved with
r .or circular and terms.
HEYWOOL Al co
, jo J Place, New York.
sSEWaaofi1 ln world Ail
W, iC-iy " - Co., Augusta, Maine.
v . . .! W8. p lrs nre aed in time '
MA e?e? l?nlrVn,;TeiS mT of milk
anil sweot ' n,Rkc u,e bultcr flrn
PAVID E. TOUTZ. Proprietor.
The work of settinz the exhibit in
position bus been under the immedi
ate charge of Mr. Frank B. Duncy,
of the Agricultural Department ; Mr.
1. K. Br uner, the mining: ediior of
the Salisbury Watchman; Prof. Jos.
A. Holmes, of the chair of Botany,
Univesity of North Carolina, and Mr.
S. G. Worth, superintendent of fish
eries. Their previous experience in
similar work at the Boston Exposition
and the North Carolina Stale Expo
sition is stat ding them in good stead,
and the results of their labors will
proclaim their merits.
"What will be shown?" the repor
"Eveiything of economic value and
representative of the industries of the
Stale, came the answer swift on the
heels of the query. "North Carolina
stands on the dividing line between
the NoHh and South 'hat is to say,
many Northern growths find their
Soul hern limits and Southern growths
reach their Northern limit within her
borders. It is not a new fact, but a
fact nevertheless, thai this State has
no blank in the census reports. Ev
erything that is grown in the Union
can be grown there. It has an ex
treme length of 500 miles, and falls in
terraces from the summit of Mount
Mitchell, nearly 7,000 feet above the
sen, to the Atlantic shores. This great
stretch of con u try has many climates,
and consequently the forestry and ag
ricultural products of these climates.
The geological formations embraced
in its area furuisded soils and miner
als almost unequalcd in variety. It is
a good storehouse to draw from.
As you leave the comfortable office,
where will be found the North Caro
lina papers and a North Carolina wel
come, will be placed the wonderful
varieties of rough ami heavy ores.
Most of the specimens are large enough
to make a practical mill test. The
gold ores, from scores of mines, silver
ores, copper ores, magnetic and hem
atic irou ores, will prove as interest
ing to the capitalist as to the man of
There will be an array of building
stone which will surprise and delight
visitors marbles of delicate tints,
granites of exquisite and intricate
pattern and of almost every hue. It
will be difficult to decide whether the
fancy will incline to the curious leo
pardites and its dentritic forms or to
the startling and novel orbicular gran
racing these will be mounds of
phosphate rock taken from the newly
discovered deposits in the eastern sec
tion of the State, aud heaps of coal
from the Deep river and Dan river
There will be handsome piles of tin
ore (first identified and located by Dr.
Chas. W. Dabnev in North Carolina L
corundum, garnets, etc. There under
glass will be found the rarer minerals,
emeralds, amethysts, zircons, beryls
and the lustrous and beautiful hid
denite. There will be a pavilion cov
ered and glistening with mica (of
wuivii mineral North Carolina is the
chief source of supply) in which will
be shown North Carolina gems, cut
and polished, and nuggets of gold
worth over $2,000 each.
Passing into the agricultural section,
a tastily arranged pagoda is thatched
with wheat, rye, oats, barley, buck
wheat, rice, sugar, corn, etc., every
cereal from subfrigid to luxuriant
subtropical growths intertwined in its
roofing and sides. One of the most
interesting displays in this section will
be the beautiful tobaccos. Every grade
shade and texture of tobacco, from the
j black African, h reach and Austrian
shippers of the valleys of the Dan and
Ked Koanoke and the red and ma
cotton, wool, and their fabrics.
Fruits also, of wonderful beauty,
nreserved and in the natural state.
will be a tempting feature to young 1 landed on American goil. The lady
was taKen uy ine irank countenance
and cordial manner of the builder,
who is a widower, and inquired of
him in German: "Can vou tell me.
sir, where girls go to secure employ
ment?" A conversation ensued, the
result of which was that that the
builder procured a situation for the
yonng lady as a governess in a family
in Tarry tow n. On bis part it was a
case of love at first sight, but he took
the precaution to conceal his feelings
until he had satisfied himself by care
ful inqury that the girl was respecta
ble aud worthy to become his bride.
It came out that the young lady was
a person of refinement and education,
who was forced to earn her own liv
ing because unlucky speculations had
ruined her lather, and sickness, which
followed, had sent him to the grave.
The result, says the New York Mali
and Express, was the marriage of the
happy pair, and atrip to the Western
home of the groom.
and old alike.
Passing out of this division one finds
oneself flanked by rows of trunks of
splendid trees. I hey run the whole
range of botany, almost. Grouped in
families are the oaks (a section of six
feet in diameter cut seventeen Feet
from the ground of a sturdy white oak
attracting immediate attention), pines
white, yellow, curled, swamp, short
and long leaf cypress juniper, monn-
tain mahogany, elmes, noble ashes,
linns, enormous curly poplars, wal
nuts and stately cherries. Above these
trunks rise pyramids of discs of the
various trees of the State. The spe
cies will be indicated by the fruit aud
each of its kind, so that identification
will be easy. The beauty of the grain
of these woods and the high polish
which they are capable of receiv
ing is shown by planks furnished
for museum specimens aud arranged
in rows, rising in tiers.
The manufactured woods are shown
in hickory, oak, ash, maple aud birch
squares, spoke-, aud dogwood aud per
simmon shuttle blocks, tables made of
forty kinds of wood, gum plates, trays,
chairs and every fashion of woodwork.
Allied to this is the exhibit of medi
cal herbs, made by Wallace Bros., of
Statesville, the largest dealers in this
commodity in America; and one of
never failing interest, especially to
Northern people who are unfamiliar
with it, is the long leaf pine industry
or the tar, pitch and turpentine indus
try, from which was burrowed the ap
pellation for North Carolinians. One
passes next into the fishery exhibit.
Among the most interesting exhib
its to be seen, not only in the N. C.
space, but in the whole Exposition, is
that of the fishery interest. One mil
lion dollars a year are derived from
the fisherv industry, and persons un
familiar with its importance can he pie
find a pleasant presentation, fishes
of all sizes and colors, measuring from
six inches to seven feet, are mounted
in lifelike proportions, and will be
seen on screens from all sitles, repre
senting as perfectly as positile the real
live fish. Jars in numbers contain
ing salt herrings represent the largest
individual salt preparation in the
South Atlantic Slates, and show the
roe of the fish as well as the cut, gross
and roe fish.
The salt mullets are freshly packed
in glassware as well as blue fish, spots,
oysters, shrimps, etc., etc. The wa
ter fowl of Currituck Sound are rep
sented by recently mounted specimens
and include the canvas-back thick,
rid head-, black-head, sprig tails,
and many others,
!. A. rS winlc.
X W A T V TT T" TT
W AKLriU UoE
P For the Sale of Leaf Tobaceo
v f: Salisbury Jrth Can
FARMER'S REMEMBER KLUTT-'S WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on thia market this season,, and can show
the highest averages ft crops and a general average second to none hf the
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
Is the REST LIGHTED. BEST ARRANGED and the only hoaeelWiie
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOBAOOOw i i M
IJIf you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobticco sell at
where you will always find a full turn-out of anxious buyersr-
J0HN SHEPPARD, the Champion Tobacco Auctioneer of Western
North Carolina, has orders for Tobaccos and' will pay HIGHEST PRICES
for all grades from the Ground Leaves to Fancy Lemon Wrappers.
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
Your friends truly,
SHEPPARD, HYVTNK & MONROE.'
S ilisbury, N. C, Ju le 4th, 1884.
while netting and models of nets and
boats, aud photographs of fishing
scenes go to show the materials used
in cipluring the fish and the methods
The exhibit of fishes, besides show
ing the variety and excellence of N.
Carolina product, teaches an impor
tant lesson in taxidermy. Over 125
specimens of fish averaging about 18
inches, some reaching stven feet, are
mounted on wall space, where the size,
shape and color are accurately pre
served in a durable and economical
way. In the preparation the skin is
preserved with. the scales aud fins
perfect, and the preservation is com
plete and without disagreeable odor.
r I ...
in nearly every specimen the eves
have been hand-painted after nature,
and the resemblance to the natural fish
is more striking than in any other
fishes presented in so large a collec
tion to the public. The process is
new, and is known as Dav ulsou's ie-thy-taxidcrmy.
and is the iuveuti n
of Dr. H. E. Tavi (son, of Boston, who
has a national teputation as the in
ventor of the Davidson Buhl Syringe.
The work of preparing the fishes was
all done in tl e Sta e, under the di rec
ti n of the Board of Agriculture, ex
cept the collection of Clarke & Mor
gan, of Newberne, which confprises
thirty specimens, mounted on plaques,
originating, however, from the same
source. Boston has led in the Dar
vidsou process, but North Carolina
has been the pioneer in turning it to
practical account in presenting her fish
ery industry to the world at a great
These are some of the things which
the visitor, with less curiosity than a
reporter, can fiud in the North Caro
lina space, and there are enough more
to fill a book.
The round trip tickets to New Or
leans were put on sale in this city yer
terday, and one was sold, the person
Did you know there was such a sec
tion as this in The Code? Section 1070.
"Any. person in behalf of one who is
deemed an inebriate
many file a petition before the Clerk of
the Superior Court of the county
setting forth the facts, duly verified by
the oath of the petitioner, whereupon
such Clerk shall issue an order, upon
notice to the supposed in
ebriate to the Sheriff of the county, com
manding him to summon a jury of twelve
men to inquire into the state of such
supposed inebriate. And he
shall proceed to appoint a guardian of
any person so found to. be an
inebriate." Section 1071 defines what
an inebriate is as follows: "Any person
who habitually, whether continuously
or periodically, indulges in the use of in
toxicating liquors to such an extent as
to stupefy his mind and to render him in
competent of transacting ordinary busi
ness with safety his estate.shall be deem'd
an inebriate within the meaning of this
chapter: provided.the habit of so indulg
ing in such use shall have been at the
time of inquisition of at least one year's
standing.'" T. Richard Dednam. of
Mark's Creek township, had under this
law been adjudged an inebriate, and a
guardian had been appointed. To-day.
upon proof of his reformation, his pro
perty was restored to him. Raleigh
It seems right odd that a committee
of Congress should report a bill provid
ing that no tersons other than citizens
of the United States shall own land
within the United States. Queen Vic
toria and other crowned heads have made
considerable investments here and the
drift has leen to induce other foreigners
to do likewise. They buv railroad bonds
secured by mortgage if the mortgages
are foreclosed may they not purchase
and hold the roads?
Indeed there are many reasons why
this proposed measure should not be
come a law: and among them is this:
Congress ha- no right te interfere in
such a matter. It is for the States to
say who shall lie capable of holding
lands within them but Congress may
legislate for the Territories. Up to 1870
aliens could not hold land in rsorth Car
olina. They could take but could not
hold. The legislature then altered the
old common law in that particular.
We would like to know the constitu
tional provision which it fa suggested
confers the right on the Federal govern
ment to take the proposed action.-
purgative nil i n
buying it being a colored man. The
hogany leaf of the Piedmont to.the Pn $25 50, which is a reduction
FOLTZ'S Horse and Cattle rowder, at bright golden, Jemon colors of the from the original " figure 8.
11 .75 per do., at E x NI8S Drug StoeaT weed that covers the ridges of the low- o now. Char. 01 server.
Nothing of the Kind Hkrk. Last
.Sunday the Xew York Herald published
a list, of nearly seven hundred divorce
cases pending in the courts of Chicago.
Yesterday it printed the names of tl.e
parties to more than seven hundred suits
on the dockets ot the Philadelphia courts,
and also irave a similar catalogue for
New York city, but its length is iusiguif
icant compared with others.
"Fourteen hundred applications for
divorce pending ill two cities,"' hhvk the
Herald, is a starting fact, whose an
nouncement is well calculated fa nil est
Loose swearing, i he rittshoro
Record, in discussing the defects in the
present unequal system of taxation
"More men swear to lies in listin
their property than in doing any thin
else, and not onlv that but they think
it no sin. but look upon it jus something
smart. A man in one county is com
pelled to pay more -taxes on the same
quantity and quality of laud than an
other man in an adjoining county.
The same kind of a horse or mule is
valued much higher in some counties
than in others.'f
And wUl completely change the blood In the entire system in" three months Any
person who will take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 13 weeks, may be restored to sound
neaitn, ir suen a tblngr be possible For Female Complaints these Pills have no equal.
Physicians use them for the urof LIVER and KIDNEY diseases. Sold everywhere
or sent by mall for 85c in stamps. Circulars free. I. s. JOI13SOX ii CO . Bestos Man. '
Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Xcnrml
Kia, Rheumatism. 2e.UXSo.vs an.
lt XK LIS IM 1. NT (fur Internal and External
I'u) will iuttautaneuMi n-lierfihwMrHfeJe
discuse s, and will paiurclv cure nine rates
oat of-trn. l;ii. nnatimi thai wnii mtc nutty
livis miii free l,v mail. Itoirt iklaj a SMiawtS
rTcvcniioit is butler tban cure.
JOHNSON'S AWCOYKE t.iKitYENT ("UTJES ln.lncnza. HWiline at tho I.i:n Iloaria-
npss. Hacking rough, wlionpimt t'cch, Cnrnnic Iharrhoea. Ityaenterr, Tiolra Morhun. KkJm-v 1 rualik,
uiseaacs 01 las nn:ne. 3.m cvrrvwiierc. v irraari lira i. o. awn u -v., imstuu, hoji.
MAKE Iii LAY
It is a well-known fact tht tnntif the
none ami Cattle I'on-ilcr su in this -.mi-try
it worthies: that Sheridnn's Condition
mwrier is absolute"? nor a no TerrvainaDie.
Nothine on Earth trill make hens
lay like Sheridan's Condition Paw
Am. Dose, one leasnoonful to each nint of
fbod. It will also positively prevent and core I no Cholera. Ac. Sold everywhere, or lent hr mall for SSe.hl
f tl I f g CWi pUnl 27 D A stamps, riirouhcd Inlart-e cant, price f 1.00; l.v mail, tl JO.
Dec. 20. 1SS3. 10: ly
taitire Dealer Upholsterer,
ptmd wnimm nnimn dim
Woven Wire Mattresses, $7 .5U,
PAULOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BED3, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPETS.
Sewing Machines Weed and Hartford. U
XVT Ik VmVT t ACTIVE AW1 WTELIJE1ST AGENTS in ererf ' Iowa
A IVXEjJ I county to sell our I'Ol'L LAU NEW BUOKS and FAMILY
Tl! l.LKS. Ministers, teachers and ofhera, whofe time ia not fully oeupi- d, will find it to their interest
to correspond wit h ua. To farmers' sons und otber yonnp mt n just cominR on the fleldof sStloo. this
business offers mativ advantMVs. hefh :.s a mean- of makirr money and of self culture. . Wntefor irssisl
SnTS B. F. aoHawoM A CO., 1,013 M.ln Street, Itichmoud, Va.
STANDS AT THE HEAD !
TIIR MC.nT-IU NSISG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
AH persons hnving claim against the
estate of Adam T. KlutU, dccM., are here
in notified to present the same lo the un
dersigned on or before the 29th day of
A vonnc ladv of Kuoxvillf. Tennesaee, October 1885, or this notice win oe pieau-
bct with her lover, aud promised to give ed iu bar of their JJ, AdlBv.
him a kiau for eaeh electoral vote for Qct 24rj 18gi jj.gw
Cleveland iu the event of his election. '
That it is the acknowledged Leader is a
bu t that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Mot Beautiful Wood Work.
AM) IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do auy and ail kinds of work.
To Ikj complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
For Fale bv KLUTTZ & ItKNDLE.M AN
'g4;j6:iy. Salisbury, N. C.
' fi- S y ! ftla?'4 iter " s' HBil
).V iii, PltlJS.
C. CO ART, 8BO
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Homo Company
Seeking Hume ItronageJ
PEOMPT, . :
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Hremitims payable One Imlfcash and baV
anec in twelve tnontlis.
J. ALLEN BROWN, A&t.,
2:i:6m. Salis'.ur-. N. C.
itei&ST s Indian Vegetable Pills
And all Bilious Complaints
Sate i inkf, Ih'Uw iin-l Tege'aNe: iiJrip
lur working people. Send 10 wots post
Lnire. sd1 we iil miJl you free, a royal.
valuable sauile box ot rooou tnat wm
e, sou we
nui you In the way of uiaklug more aion
ew davs thanyou ever thought possible at
In ...,.,( II -
aiy business. (Sipiul not reqUr. Voo can lite st
home and work 1 u spare time only, or all the time. All
Sfotb sa of all ages, grandly successful. Wets.
SSwS ; earned every evening, mat all who
aS work may test the busing, we ma e tWa un-
narallplea Oner : lou wuy m uu. 1. )l
W will send tl to pay for tne troume
p.Ti i nartlculans direcitona. etc., sent
.baniutelr sure lor all wno start
y for the trouble of writing ua.
The young man ia to have two kisaea per School Books, Envelop and writing pa- jSrtay. Addw8ruoii Co.. rortund, Maine
week until the debt i paid.- Clnoniele. er of all kind? at ENN'lL'o'.