5 Igwio IS Si
6 V o mi- -2
uaBS ?it-- '-.
Hr.rd to Understand.
university, sod this stairway a pre
carious looting alontr the sides of a
had been enrolled asked him the cus
tomary question, if he had any mon
Tlun rp minv thimr-in this P8" rugged mountain, and you ey or valuables about his persou.
JSlrf on" 3 are 1 to Z W Mf ??w we 3 Aeoina ! The frightened bov 1-1 JJM to
derstand. For instance: 1 h l co,cej'1 U,s ,,lrt"rf .L ?
Why shfuUl we follow tlie direc
tions of a physician in regard to pre
serving our health when We know
full well tt at it is for his interest to
undermine our sanitary condition?
If the djgetors should succeed in mak
ing every body lualthy, ray what
would .they - do for a living themsel
Why should lawyers he permitted
to so make onf laws 'that nobody but
lawyers can understand tlieni? Ami
why should we have so many laws or
so many lawyers to each lau?
Why should the schoolmaster take
so much pains to instil his own
moats. SHOS & CAITERS, ma? knowledge into the minds ot others
jMjj tTrWf-rk Klrsf Class Sevtjiict u rT-l ,r ,. , , o ic i
2S2n Material M tUc bo grade, and work J,,,- a tew paltry dollars ? It k nuW-
T&ttiffKriy hana --pairing ledge be power, he ought certainly to
vnn-d. Wm. AEngle.
M:ly. .m.si.l. i.-.C,
WESTERN N. C. RAILROAD.
OFFICE GEN. PASSENGER AG EST,
aaliBbury, H. 0, MAY 11th, 1884.
Train No. 2,
Ar. IAS a.m.
- 1143 p.m.
f t.S "
- T.1S "
- (1.33 -m
J.T. 4.U0 "
l.v. lg.d5a. m.
Ar. 1 03 "
- 8.48 "
" 3.20 ?
" 4.5i -
" i.bt "
M 11.35 "
Train No. 8,1
4.40 p. in. lAMhevllle
i in " ipigeon Klver
f Train No.
I " 12.23
Train 7 and 8 run dally.
Train No. 9 coanoets at SaUsbury with R. t D. II.
., from all points Soutb.
Train No. 1
Coanoets at SaUsbury with R. & D. R. R. from
an omnia North and from Ralelirh. Connects at
Statesvllle with A. T. A O. Dlv, of C. C. A A. R
X Connects at Warm springs wllh E. Tenn., Va
U.K. for Morriitown and points West.A" S. Vi
Train No. 8
At Warm Sprtng-s with E. T. Va. Ga.R.R
MorrtstOv.n & the West AS. w Connects at
HVlll with A. T. A O. Div. of C C. A A. R. R
at Salisbury with R. A D. R R. for all points
oft. add East and for Raleigh.
on sale at Salisbury, Statesville, Ashevllle and the
w Springs to all principal cities.
W. A. TURK,
A. G. P. A
be able to acquire greater w.alth by
kecfMng what he knows to luuiselt
and fattening on the ignorance of the
-Why should we employ a minister
to tell them what they ought to do
and what they should abstain from
doing, when they know all about it,
even so much better than he can tell
Why should we wear uncomforta
ble clothing? We take no pleasure
in it ourselves and it gives no pleas
ure to others. Jt is true your friends
may covet your clothing, but they
late you tor possessing it.
Whv should we find fault with our
children, when, were it not for their
shortcomings, we could hardiy re
cognize them as our own onspringr
Why should we go into raptures
over the picture of a tiling which we
would not care to look upon in reali
ty miles-, indeed, it is the same
with pictures as with morality, the
sham being more esteemed than the
Why should we undertake to de
ceive others in regard to a matter
about which we are unable to deceive
Why should we waste bur breath
telling everybody we meet that it is
a fine day, or a bad da, or some other
kind of a day, wlien everybody knows
it as well as we do?
Why should we esteem a man be
cause of his wealth when we know
well enough he will never divide
with us it he can avoid it, but that on
the contrary he will compel us to di
vide with him when the opportunity
presents itself? Boston Transcript.
KERR CRAIGE. L. II. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Attornoys A.. Xjv
Salisbury, K. C.
Feb. 3rd. 1681.
BLACKMER & HENDERSON
Salisbury, N. C.
Jan. 22d, 'JOtf.
J. M. McC.lHKI.E. T. F. KLTTTZ
MrcCOKKLE St KLUT'FZ,
ATTORNEYS and COUNSELORS
f Salisbury, X. C.
Office on Council Street, opposite tht
1 iii a . .
a laugnaoie sight to a person
some other person make the ascent.
One has to stride over the figure,
one foot on the right hand side and
the other ou the left, and at the same
time press the hands alternately
aguiust the nicks for support. An
Indian will throw a live sheep
around his neck and go up quite ra
pidly without touching either hand to
the rocks; but I am satisfied I could
never do it.
They told us of a pathetic incident
that occurred on the otitter stairway
several generations ago. Several men
started up, cachwith a sheep on his
back. When ne.irly to the top the
nhecp carried b the foremost man
lieeame restless? and the shepherd in
trying to hold it fast lost his footing,
ami in falling swept his companions
over the precipice, and they all fell on
the rocks at the foot in a I ne I ess heap.
The Indians have carved a represcu
tat ion of the accident on a rock near
where it occurred, which scarcely
serves to steady the nerves of those
who co by that route.
The top of the elevation is level,
and contains an area of sixty or sev
enty acres. At one side stands the
pueblo, a blunt pyramid of adobe anil
stone honeycombed with rooms, at
the other the ciiucrch and graveyard,
and near the centre a pond of pure
water thirty feet m depth and sever
al rods in extent.
The priest was made acquainted
with the object of our visit, and the
ringing of the church bell brought
the inhabitants ot the village around
us. When they understood that the
title to their lands was in question
and we had come to take testimony
they showed great interest, and dis
cussed various points involved with
remarkable intelligence, considering
their limited opportunities for a
knowledge of law. As nightfall came
on a number ot me nie.i who hau
been at work in the valley came up,
bringing delicious peaches ami grapes
which we were glad to accept in view
of the meagre prepara i .ns for sup
per. We siepl iu the church, wrap
ped up in our Navajo blankets and
never felt more secure or happier in
our lives. hen the gray dawn
peered through the little mica win
dow panes, it revealed great rool
beams more than a foot in diameter
and iu answer to the question put his
hand down, ami while a teardrop
glistened iu his bright eye and his
boy mil hp quivered, lie brought it
forth and ., handed it to the Confeder
ate major, and trying hard to choke
down the swelling in his throit. he
told of his widowed mother at home
his four brothers in the army, he hav
. ... if
1 112 made his money selling papers,
and saving it to send with his brother.-.'
wages to his mother. The major
folded the boy's passes round the
oney and said to 'him : "You shall
have this again, my boy, when you
are permitted to go from here. Six
weeks afterward the lad was paroled,
and repairing to Major 1 jrner s oni
ce the kind officer, handing him the
pickage of money and the passes just
as he had received them, said: "Here
is your money, my boy." With
trembling hand but a joyous heart
the little fellow took the package
He was. sent to 'Washington, and a
few weeks afterward was going his
old round gelling newspapers. The
boy was Dkj Aubrey, the newsboy
of the iron Brigade, who now re
sides in Milwaukee, ami he. gave us
these facts during the late reunion of
tne Iron Brigade in this city . Uranl
Co. ( Wis.) Herald.
A Word With lr. York.
By having yon Prescriptions tilled
At BXNISS' Drug Store.
500 Pounds of Blue Stone
At Low Down Prsces at ENNISS'.
SAVE TOUR MONEY
By Inning all Your Medicines, Drugs, &c.,
at Reduced Prices at
ENNISS' Drug Store.
Cancer For Five Tears.
The interests of humanity seem to de
mand the publication of the following fact.-:
Two months ago my attention was called
to the case of a poor woman who was said
to Ik: atiicted with a cancer. I found her
with an ulcer on her shoulder at least five
inches in circumfrence, angry, painful, and
giving the patient no rest day or night for
six month. I obtained a supply of Swift's
Specific which I persuaded her to try. She
has taken fiv bottles, the result of which
is that the ulr.cr is entirely healed up, no -
tiling remaining but a small scab not larejl
than one's fingernail, and her general health
is better than tor five years past. She seems
to be perfectly cured. I consider its effects
wonderful almost miraculous.
Rev. Jkssk II. Cavfbei.l, Columbus, 6a.
Price, $1 per bottle. Six bottles for $5.
One dozen for $S to the trade.
Foa Sale at ENNISS' Drug Store,
Are you failing, try Weils' Health Rs-
xcwsa, a pure, clean, wnoiesome
For Brahi, Nerre, Stomach. Urer, KWnej
Lunps. An Inequaletf lnvigorant. Cure
Headache, Fever, Ague, China,
DEBILITY & WEAKNESS.
Nice to take, true merit, tmeqnaled for
TORPI DN UVER in Ifht
Malaria. Leanness, Sexual Decline!
Jl .00 per bot. , 6 for $5.00. at Druggists.
E. S. wells, Jersey City, is. J.,
A City High In the Air.
2'he Wonderful Pueblo of Acoma, Neic
Onsof The Most Remarkrble Commu
nitics in Oie United States A Climb
to the Village.
A letter ft mi Saute Fe, New Mex
ico, to the Lawrence (Kansas) Jour
nal givc the subjoined interesting
desciiption of a remarkable Indian
community : The pueblo of Aeoma,
situated ninety miles west of A I bur
querque, is one .of the most remarka
ble communities iu New Mexico or
the United States. To reach it lake
the Atlantic and Pacific railroad to
McCarthy station, ami then transfer
to an Indian pony and rule eighteen
miles south by east. When near your
journey's end you descend almost
imperceptibly into the valley six
miles iu width, in the middle of
And its nnparallclled abuses, :rrc fully and
fwely' discussed in a neat Jii J:ige hook,
mailed ;'w to any address, by blood Balm
CjiM Atlanta, (In.
Drop a postal for. it, as every man and
woman needs it and will be delighted with
it valuable and entirely new revelations.
Sometimes shake a Nation of people and
arouse them to action. Expressions simi
lar to the following, from a well known
Druggist of Atlanta, pour in from sections
where B. B. B. has been used.
Atlanta. June 12, 1884.
It is our firm belief th&t B. B. B. is the
IM Blood Purifier on the m ark et . We
are selling four orfiw bottles of it to ONE
of any other preparation of the kind. It
has failed in no instance to give entire sat
isfaction. Merit is the seciet.
W. P. SMITH & CO.. nruo;fr
This it the onlv blood m1i-;ii L- nnivn
- . w i. in' ii ii
has combines quick action, certain effect,
cheap price and unbounded satisfaction.
That one single bottle of . B. B. will do
aa much work in curing Blood Poisons,
Skin Affections, Scrofula, Kidney Troubles',
Catarrh and Rhnmatism as bottles ot
any other preparation on earth.
Jne fitty-year old chronic ulcer cured ;
Scrofula of children cured with one bottle.
It never fails. We hold home proof in lnwk
Ion. Send for it. Large bottle $1.00. six
Expressed on receipt of price, if your
Druggist can't supplv you. address
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, GaT
4 I Dok't Feel Like Wohk." It makes
no difference what business you are engnr
ed in : whether you arc a preacher, a nie
chakL lawyer or a common laborer, you
can't do your work well while you are halt
sick. Thousands trr to, but all in vain.
How much better to keep your organs in
good order by taking Parker' Tonic when
yon feel ua little out of aorta." It wonld
be money in your pocket. One hour of
pood, rejoicing health is worth half a doz
- on hours full ot languor and pain.-
wliich stands a butte, and on the top
ot this is acoma. Eight hundred
people arc living there, and they and
their ancestors have gathered there
the sum of their possessions for near
ly three centuries. This butte is one
of many that are remnants of a mesa
that has been worn away by the ero
sion of the ages, and survives only in
flat topped mountains here and there.
ihe valleys between are fertile, and
and thirty or forty feet long, and
ill rough the open tower a bell that
was cast in 1710. How these im
mense timbers and this bell were
brought up to the top of this cliff no
one living knows. The Indians shake
their heads and the priest shakes his,
but no one ventures an opinion. The
timbers are there, however, as wit
nesses, and morning and night, as
the seasons come and go and genera
tions pass away, the bull speaks for
itself in the silvery tones that pleased
its founder in far-off Sjain when
King George was on the throne. The
adobes on the earth of which they
were made were brought up from
the valley also, for the top of the
butte was a bald rock in the begin
ning. And the e it'i f r the graves
came the same way, requiring forty
years, the priest raid, to complete the
graveyard. It is the only completed
graveyard 1 have ever seen. The
old priest seemed very happy in the
charge of his flock and his flock
seemed happy in possession of him.
When tne time for our departure
came there was handshaking and a
gracious blessing Irom the old man
and a message to Father De Flouri,
and we climbed down from the city
in the air and rode back in silence to
A News Boy's War Romance.
In the town of Bennington, in the
green mountains of Vermont, in the
spring of 1861, there lived a .poor
woman with six children, five bov
t.tJ A.r i , ' , ..... ... J
uiiiom generations oi men have seen ! aud one little girl, the youngest of
them covered with waving grain aud
nocks ot stieep.
Some time in the seventeenth cen
tury the Laguno, or valley ludians
made war upon the Acomas for the
possession of the country, and the lat
ter being Ihe weaker oxupied this
butte as a defensive position, believed
to be impregnable. Their judgment
has been abundantly indicated. It
has proved a Gibralta of strength
and safety. The comnari.nii i ..
B a -ww i.j a w v
inappropriate, and in approaching it
from the uorth I was struck with the
resemblance to the pictures I have
seen of that grim fortress that frowns
over the straits of the Mediterranean.
The height above the valley is nearly
400 feet aud the walls in several
places nearly perpendicular. There
are two means of ascent, one by a
flight of steps cut into the face of the
wall and rising at an angle of forty
five degress and the other by a fis
sure in the rocks leading up into the
heart of the mountain. Both ways
have been trodden by human feet uu
tiUhe steps arei hollowed out shal
low troughs. Either one is exceed
ingly difficult and neither is tolerably
safe. We chose the one along the
fissure. To give an idea of the la
boriousness of the task, imagine a
stairway starting at Mr. Grosvenor's
office and rising to the top of the
spire of the Methodist church, then
continuing on an easier angle for 100
ieei, and then rising again by a steep
the former a stripling fourteen years
old. When the wires flashed the news
from Washington all over the laud
that Fort Sumter had been fired upon
the four older boys responded to the
country's call and hu r ed to the seat
of war. Ihe youngest lad, his heait
fired with genuine Green Mountain
pati p ism, ran away from home, and
eluding pursuit, made his way to the
camp ou the Potomac. But his ardor
was somewhat dampened by the dis
covery of the fact that he could not,
in consequence of his youth aud di
miuutivuuess, enlist as a soldier. De
termined to remain at the front, aud
-baying, as the saying is, to scratch lor
a living, he went to selling newspa
pers to the soldier. Leaving the
camp between New Baltimore aud
Warrenton, about the 10th of No
vember, 1862, he went to Washing
ton for a supply of papers. Having
accomplished his obiect. the voutiir
lad set out on horseback for the camp,
nsing to travel a distance ot thirty
miles. A change ot position by the
army during his absence had occur
red, and as a consequence he ran in
to the ton federate picket line aud
was taken to General J. L. B. Stu-
in l.u.l -1 9 . ....
" uraui uarier s, at a Hotel in
Warrenton, and from there sent to
Libby prison, iu Richmond, arriving
mere November 13.
Northern Republican papers say:
"Congressman York, who ran for
Governor of North Carolina on the
Coalition ticket, says that it is useless
to attempt to carry the State so long
as the Bourbons have cnnplete con
trol of the ballot box s. U l.- i
that he was ' .. i o
Will Dr. Yoi k-oblige ns by staling
where he thinks there was any ''coun
ting out" done in North Carolina?
In what county ? At what box ? It,
is a dirty bird that befouls iis own
nest . Sews - Observer.
He be!i -"es that lie was elected,
but counted out !"
Did Dr. York say it ?
L?t the people of North Carolina,
each for himself, pronounce the sen
tence lie deserves for such an absurd
Sound Old Io'tiine.
We do not think any youth should
be educated abroad or in any other
Stale. It is a mistake. The boy who
goes to preparatory schools and col
leges at home is forming friendships
that will last through life even down
to old age. lie will find cause to re
joice that he went to school at home,
for all over the State will be leading
men who were his school mates, ll
he goes abroad he forms acqtiaitances
with men not many of whom he will
ever meet in life. Remain at home
during the period of youth and then
stick to North Carolina. Sj every
North Carolina boy should be educa
ted at home. This done aud our col
leges ought to be successful.
D.i in ley was making an evening
call, and the nice little boy of the fam
ily had been allowed to remain up a
little later than usual. "Ma," he said,
during a lull in the conversation,
. can whisky talk?" "Certainly not,"
said ma; "What put that absurd
notion into your head ?" "Well," he
replied, "1 heard you say to pa that
whisky was telling on Mr. Dumley,
and 1 wanted to know what it said. '
, Justice delayed is not justice at. all. As
the constitution requires a speedy trial
of all persons charged with criminal of
fences, so should all actions involving the
rights of property, &c, be adjusted promt
ly by the courts. Courts were instituted
for a purpose, 4 inljAb unfoitunate when
stti tors are compelled to wait for a term
of 3'ears before obtaining a trial. Let the
next Legislature consi ler. Washington
Wade Hampton. No man in South
Corolina has done more to promote good
feiling between the races than Wade
H impton has done, and perhaps for that
very reason the five negroes in the Leg
islature idone prevented his recent re
election to the united States Senate
from being unanimous1. N. Y. World.
A storv is iu circulation to the effect
that twenty four years ago Senator Sauls-
bury, of Delaware, took a vow not to get
married until anottn-r I) ai'.rr.iti Presi
dent was elect i ; .ot i that he i now
looking aroutol sliaroly a bride. lit:
is sixty nix years old.
A Tar-Heel Cabinet.
Secretary of State Ti. Ii. Vance.
Secretary of Treasury J. S. fair.
Secretary Navy Appleton U.iksmith.
Secretary of War J no. A. Gilmer.
Secretary of Interior Jos. J. Davis.
Postmaster General Thos. J. Jar vis.
Attorney General W. T. Dorteh.
WHEN YOU WANT
L J v FIGUR
l,':ill n the undersigned at
As?oat fr ths ;,0ardsv illThresher,
Salisbarv, X. C, June 8th tt.
XO. 2. Granite
. AT WELL.
Remarkable Cures of Catarrh of the
Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kid
neys and Bladder, Stone or Gravel Dis
eases of the Prostate Gland, Dropsical
SweOfaun, Female Diseases. Incontin
ence of Urine, all Diseases of ihe Genito
urinary Organs in cither sex. For Un
healthy or Unnatural Discharges use
also "Chaptn's Injection Flour, " each $1.
For SYPHILIS, either contracted or
hereditary taint, use Cnapin's Constitu
tion Bitter Kvrup, $1.00. per bottle, and
Chapin's Syphilitic Pills. $2.00; andCha
pin's Syphilitic 6aJve7$1.00. 6 bottles
Syrup. S of Pills, 1 Salve, by Express on
receipt of 1 10.00, or at Druzgists.
JL 8. Wells. Jersey City, N. J U. S. A.
has just received
MRS. ZATE MEDERNACH,
Is pleased to announce to the ladies of
Salisbury and surrounding country, that
she has opened a MILLINERY STORE in
Crawford's new building on Main Street,
adjoining the room formerly occupied hy
Blaekmer & Taylor as a Hardware House
She is prepared to till orders and regret
fully invites ladies to call and inspect her
stock. Can supply on short notice any
Article not in siim'e. Believes her work
, will not only gi ve satisinrthuHmt pleasure.
Will lill rders pronipriy :ml at charfts
as moderate as )', bV i 'Tilde stamp
jingon nnv kind of matt;:..' t.-r jwaidin
and emhrojdf rv. also f'r:'e : . r. -5 drawing
I for Motto-. Hat hand-, lbnvcUi ;. hi;-t'-, kc.
i unv .ie. p! .i in to elaborate.
Present hiao.,, i-
and resncctfniiv -5nts ttii
tabfUmcCt. Jt is eonrnll"!1'
qjurenients of first classunj.2
Hor383, Buggies. naw
HE 18 COVIdkxt op
(UTtsi- . .
Snecial nrnvisinn X"
Boarding and keepinr,,:
. . , uy "()()( Sl
atthisnlace. btalls Mi
A "WMHi:Ul(nS fiai I
. mi i mi nrrs
i.cc street, Salisbury y
jail UF BiNtaHAWTON.
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in vaiiey muinai Life Asa
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Now i t lie time to
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and make home int
largest assortment ofo
New Patterns, New Stock, with tusty
nice bordering to match.
My line of .
is the best in town,
I receive fresh
Do you want something good ta cat ?
I keep just the nicest
You ever put into your mouth.
"ltough on Kats" clears out Hats, Mice,
"Rough on Corns," for Corns, Bunions.
Thin people. "Wells' Health Renewcr"
restores health and vigor, cures dyspepsia,
"Rough onTouthachc," instant relief. 15c,
Ladies who would retain freshness ami
vivacity don't fail to try "Wells' Health
"Buchu-taiba," great kidney and urinary
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
cleared out by "Rough on Rats." 15c.
"Rough ou Coughs,11 troches, 15c: liquid
For children, slow in deve'opment, punv
and delicate, use "Wells1 Health Ilenewer."
"Rough ou Dentist11 Tooth Powder. Try
Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Sexual
Debility cured by "Wells' Health Reuewer."
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for feverish
ness, worms, const l pat iou ; tasteless. 25c.
Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Uri
nary complaints cured by "Buchu-paiha
Night sweats, fever, ehi ls, malaria, dys-
pe. a, urr i :. "v.mj1 .le.lili it u.-.v-r
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If you are failing, broken, worn out and
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Prevalence of Kidney complaint in Amer- j
iea ; "fiuchu -iiaiha" is quick, complete j
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To the needs of the tonrtst, commercial
traveler and new settler, Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since it
strengthens the digestive organs, and
braces the physical energies to unhealth
ful influences. It removes and prevent
malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia?,
healthfully stimulates the kidneys and
bladder, and enriches as well as purine!
the blood. When overcome by fatigue,
whether mental or physical, the wears
and debilitated find it a reliable source a
renewed strength and comfort. For sals
by all Druggists and Dealers generally,
A Household Article for Universal
For Scarlet and
Typhoid F e e r tt.
Sore Throat, Small
I Pox, Measles, and
.ill 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.
Fevered and Sick Per- SMALL-POX
sons rufreshed and and
lied Sores prevent- PITTING of Small
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Impure Air made
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For Sore Throat it U a
I or I rostea
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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
Boras relieved instantly.
Wounds heale.. rapidly.
An Antidote f rAnimil
or Vegetable 1 uj ns,
Sriiirs, et .
t iis'j i the Flur i durirg
cut present ct! n i:h
S- ,-.r!--t Fever i. K'i d -cHed
a Iv.oit.ige It is
ind;- er.t-iSle l. Itie
roon. - W.!. F. t AJ-D-orij,
h ri.-. Ala.
A member of my fam
ily was taken wi.h
Small-pox. I used the
Fluid ; the patient. was
not delirious, was not
pitted, and was about
the house again in three
had it. J. W. Park
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST for Slirintrs
Indian Vermifuge iind if he fulls t supply
you, address the proprietor, David ii. Futz,
wanted for TUe Lives
ot all the Presidents
ot the U. S. The inir-
est, handsomest, best
er grade than ever to an elev Aiirm
Higher than the weather vane on th i kindly to him, and after hi
Raleigh Xetcs-Obtterver: The synod
controlling the Presbyterian theological
seiiiiuarv at uoiuniuia, v... nas cteeitieu rrv"., Jt,v, tZ., .. ? 1:.,V ,.LJLz i
I iooi-uQii aemu. tjm in ."VI. it ii .. i iiiiiii' i . luymn
acaiust Dr. Woodrow's exposition of the oag?nt. Ail iutclltent peopl want it. Any or e
. . . . . . . I Ciin become a successful asrent. Ter:as free.
evolution theory, ana ren nested In m to Hallktt Boo co. oitiand. Mui;ie
Major lurner rtirrn n.. ilHclinud tt resign. Mini tvns
was in command of the prison, and j dismissed from the professorship, where
wlien the young prisoner was brought nwm other icsiiimtions followed anion-
imo ins presence, observing tliat he ' the faculty
The physicians here
use D.irbys Fluid very
succesullv in the treat
ment of D phtheria.
A. Stoi.'l nrrck,
Tfller ?':ed up.
... .. in ,)revented
i i ;rilied nd
I:: cisf-cf nealV" i:
."i . i... . l .ii .
. t!.r l j. j - ii u 1 I
pr-vetir ;.r.y i.aplc.K-
'1 t.c eiuii;ent Pliy
eician, J. MAKIOS
SI '.IS, M. IJ., New
York, , : ' i nra
! convi: ni l'c ( I'.tt't
Pr.-p:.yl; t-. ! 1 i a
' vaiuaLle di-i'.Ke.t.ini."
, - . ...
7 . . J-'aveniUy, IfiMltriUe, Ter.n.
IJarbys Prophylactic Fluid. As C. .nfcunt and
.:cr,-.w it is tth theorvti ally mi-! pr.tcticaMv
supen. r u xtiy prrrarailon with wh,. it 1 am -.c
cpaatcd. N . 1 . !. pruf
" Hi-!i 1'o'iiU .
Leave t ; ret n! mo .
A it. Goldalioro ... ..
b i, "
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o. Ii-Uulv i Slept S.-iiiirdat.
i-eave t? reenshoTo I lid n. m.
Arrive at Raleili 1 ..'4 p. ru.
Arrive at UohUhoid Ji.GO aiu.
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with W & W R Ji dailv. Xo. SI
t'onneel l (ireensliorn wiili Ii A-Ml
for all points on the Sal tin llraiiih.
TRAINS G0IXi WEST.
Jan. Gih, 1SS4.
Arrive Durhatp ...
" Hillsboi ....
' Greens! i jo..
Arrive Mi'i Piont
x- - A I r. ft:
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VI . u t V till II flM .11 . .11 ruui-
points on W N C U K and alCliarMW
A . A I". Air l.ino f,,r -.11 luiintl SMl
No. 52 Connects al Charlotte it
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a.it.it. nun al i jiui in.- ..uwi" - ,
ana wiih A a Air-Line lor an i -
N. W. N. C RAILROAD,
11 30 I'm
1 lfi "
f x. .Sun.
7 .") I'DJ
STATF UMIVr KM 1 1 B"t
Leave Chapel Hi fi 7.
Leave University ..
Arrive Chapel Hill
I . -
I I Ni l I
1 1 Hi i
I .. Jm
i 12.05 PB
M I V I
PIL LSI I
2B YEARbjfl.-. ;
Tha Greatest MecucaijL
nC O F A
Iarbyn l'luUl u Recmninendeii hy
""V. LHAi. I I I.
Strangers, N. V'.;
1'IO'H H.Nn, C
i iciiru :
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Can extent that the
13: i y
js. WUKTi,(Juin!i',i1,, Pn.r.Uiui
a u.c w, ine major spoke eniiimrv will have to he clsetl mitil the
name i vacancies can be tilled. i
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUB
SCRIBE FOR THE CAROLINA
WATCHhm. SI. 50.
"w- cn rfuhoji M. Ji. Chirrch.
XNlIi,PE:vSAXU.K TO KVKUV HOME.
Perfectly hnrmlr. fj:e ! ! :'ma.:- -t
TV c. e;t;rn-,:iy tn tr 2: nf.
ne Huid hr.r. b-i thoroughly tested, anrt we
J..we abitaditti! rv-Jcni.e'-tJwt it has done every th::m
"ere claimed F .r ftlkr itif if.ti -'t of you:
L-'ruggiM a pa-ip;,rt.-i.rs.-n.J to the praprietori,
., J. h. zi:iu. co..
Mantifectunni: (Jbcansts, PUIL-' TKLPh t A
the bead, whb u --" ' ,fce M-
blade, Fnllncaa ?J$lm
Inclination to esrrtM
Irrit.bllit T of temper, J .
ir.rt. Dots before the "-aaO
. ,k riaht ere, v;jrrv-
SJrnl MB. niblT CfSSSiL
Riietive Organa,; Morri9
Vhif a sing'" cOPLt
uw" - t-,flrriir- -nma"
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