E2 UBT. WEST. j , !
. j . . iii naaa smiiin
- - ' ' I I fife? rKafiS9S
j jpfjB RM
i it as i
Ar. LSI. m. Salisbury
l.U " Statesville
" lf.IT " Newton
m ll.rp m. tiiCKorj
- T.15 "
- Lit . : Aneni'
' '" M3 Ale. a rider's
I " t.H : "Marshall
fcjrl - Warm Sprtnps
; Round Kno b
m.n k Mountain -
Train No. s.
4.40 p. m. IIAshcvilleii
M " Pigeon Hirer
Train T and 8 ran dally. j
Train No. 3 connects atiSallsfeiryfitD K.tD.K.
..from all points south.
v Train No. 1 1
at Salisbury with K. & rj. R.. t
alfooints North and frotn Italelybl'8 connects at
Stateavllle with A. T. t o. Div. ofje.C. A. K.
H Connects at Warm Spring w4th h. Tenn., Va.
If K. H. tor Morrlstown and polijth efet,A S. Wj
Train No. 8 I
' at Warm Springs with K.t.Va Oa.R.R.
Morrtstown & the West &S.W. Connects at
til with A. T. Hit. Dlvt of p. C. &. A. K. R
at Salisbury with It. I). K for art point?
orth and East and for Raleigh.
on sale at Salisbury, statesville, AspevlHe apd the
'fir Springs to all principal eitlesj.
- i a. a. P. M
Arexou failin-. try Weu.s' Ukalth Rx-
newsj, a puru, ciiii " u"4l,r
t ti- vmtm fnmsch. Liver, Kidney.
Long!!. Au tneqaalctl InTitforaat. eurea
4 Headache, Ferer, Ague, CP'
Nice to take, true merit, aqusled for
H tpi Mr boL 6 teOODrjPETl
1 1 E. 8. wmiJerscy Ciiy, N, J.. U. - JB
A Fortune from a Flower.
The gorgeous dahlias which ! so
j brilliantly ornament the gardens, antV
ate so effectively used in decorations,
are oT Mexican origin. They were
first introduced into Germany by
Dulil; their name was then "Bidens
Magni fieri;" afterwards they were
caMed dahlias, in honor of the man
wlio found-them. They were, when
discovered, quite single, having only
oik ray of petals about a golden disc;
the colors were scarlet, yellow and
thite, the latter being distinct from
the other, having smaller flowers,
and being of a dwarf habit, with
nTr.TTaXntTTl n nnnr....
riiunmuflu & UAH V lLLE B B
XtW GKAIOE. MrH. CLEMENff
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
:,, L T4 - J
?Ai.iSBunv, i; v.,.
Tlie lion is not brave , he is a coward
when the royal Bengal tiger, regard
ed as his ewral, is presented ; he hesi-
tates, makes a great parade, but does
not get very near. The .dog, on the
other hand, will assail a lion, a ti j;er,
a grizzly bear, an elephant, a do&, or
a man, and lie does not stop to count .
the size of his opponent. Many a man
has been saved because his little dog,
who is as quick as a flash, has anny
ed a bear, beffi nd, that was pursuing
the man to death ; he would turn to
take care of the dog, which would of
course dodge back and keep out of
The Doff the Bravest Animal.. Liked to Meet HiM.-"jj?t's
lorn titi trraf ami !. VII.....
in. 1 t i i iikxi iiiui ieirua
Peop e sjieak of "brave as a non. j ain," sai.l 'man to a coinpanion
wmi Kwim iic was waiKinw.
"Why didn't you speak just now
if you have busine& with him ?'
have no business with Mml'
"Then .why do you wish to meet
"Well, you see I used to owe him,
and in consequence would avoid
I meeting him. lleceafiy I pud him
up, ami now i like to meet himl Its
like Mark Twain's story of the boy
who found a dime. He kept throw
ing it out iu front of him to find it
again. Come 6a, I want to meet him.
1 wish I had nothing to do b'nt to
meet him all day." Arkansaw Traveler.
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
Attorneys, Counselors J
ilisbury, N. C. . ; T' 4. v .
Jan. 22d, '79 tf. " . .
J.M.MOCORKLE. S T. F. KLfTI'Z.
Jlcl ;tRKLE & KlilT'J Xi
ATTOKKr'S axo CUXSELOlt
Salisblky, X. CV
O.Tice on CotiDcU Street, opposite tin
Court House." . ,y
Remarkable Cares of Catarrh of the
Bladder, Inflammation, Irritation of Kia
neys and bladder. Stone or Gravel dis
eases of the Prostate Gland, Dropsical
Swellimrs, Fema!o Diseases, Incontin
ence of Urine, all Diseases of the Genito
iTHnnrr QramAa in either sex. For Un
healthy or Unnatural Discharges use
also "Chapci's Inject ion Ileiir," each m.
Tor SYPHILIS, civ-r contracted or
lioroif-irir raint. npo Cuanin's Constitu
tion Bitter Syrup,- ?1.X) jfer bottle, and
nhnnin'o Rvnhii ff in villa. ..00: anoCha-
a Svnli'ilitifi Salve. S1.00. 6 bottles
111 - r i
Svrup. 2 of Pills, 1 Salve, by Express on
receipt of S10.A0, or at Druzjists.
K. rt. wells, jersey ity, aa -
lLa 0 ltill ill V'llLtil 'lllll ii . ! I 1 I 1 L I 1 I 1
.. . . a . the way d the bear, while the man
f I III I'.ilir .'i ll'ni'll 1 III! tll'Sl I Vi '
Vila I -. ""iiian nnv ..4 ..... . m
it" .1 "t 1 would be gaining distance, and when
to attempt tue donbunj: ol the Dah- m-
1 . 1 , . . .1 the bear luriieu lor the
.;-,! . i.i .i ..1 I dojr was at his heels bitting his ham
(.! l.M Ulw'V II Hi Ml 1!) I MIX' 111
charge of them were sworn to secre
cy as to their cultivation; it was con
'-r j' s . r
Ami its an pa rill I el led abuses, are fully and
; friaclj discussed in a neat )2 psie ln4k.
' mailed fre: to nay address, by 111 nod Ilahn
a H A.I ll
- v -, . . ' - r-
Drcrp a postal lor it, as every ir.an and
woman ne rds it and Will be delighted with
its valuab'e and entirely inew revelations.
Sometinies shake a Nation of people njnd
arouse t lie in to action. Expressions simi
lar fo the following, fronv a well known
Druggist.of' Atlanta, pour in from sections
where B. B. B. lias beeu used.
Ati.anta, June J2, 1884.
It is our fltm VR-lief thtt B. B B. is the
ui-.kT Blood Purser on the market. We
are sejbag f'ir orw 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 scen t.
W:P. SMITH & CO., Drugoist.
This is the only blood medicine known
4hat combines nick action, certain effect,
cheap price ami unbounded satisfaction.
The Greatest Msdical Triumph of the Age :
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetite Bowclx costive, Ptaia ia
the head, with n dall sensation ia the
bach part, Pain andcr tho shoulder
blade, Fallneas-nfter catinc with a dis
inclination to exertion of body ermind,
Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with
a feeling of having ncslcctcd some duty,
Wcarinecs, Dizziness Fluttering at tbo
Heart, Dots before tho eyes, Ueadacho
over tbo right eye, Restlessness, with
fitful drcaai9, Highly colored Urine, and
TFTT'S FILLS are .especially adapted
to such cases, 011 6 doso effects such a
change of feeljnsas to astonislithcsufierer.
They Isicrease the Appetitc,itndcause the
badjttf) Take 011 flesh. th?ia the F.vstena i
nourished, and by their Toaic Action oa
the Iiscsti-. c Organs. itesnlar Stools rro
tutts mm ml
Ghat Hair or Whiskeus ehanged to a
Glosst IiL.c:c by a single application of
this Dtb. It imports a natural color, acta
instantaneously. Sold by Druggists, or
sent by express on receipt of 81.
Office, 44 Murray St., New York,
strings. We know of nothing but a
dog I hat will fight a foe forty times
l.lu l.i.mnuw it riiiA if lid nvtrn Lriiiil
s.dered a great pri' ilege even to see 1 ,
O O II I ; t .. .1 1 I. .....I. ,...,.1. . ...
. . -'re arm oiguess to ueuiu. witii suuu uu-
. a ii I.- qualified and eminent bravery: and
double fl iwers appeared, and ulti- 1 J .
, . , . , lii- tneieiorc wc uuiiiu tue oog me oiuv
.,,.ii.v t i-i i-i't fliill i U ( :l I l:l V:lS 1
I 1 i .i - .K., i : !...
. i i l i lest ioiii"T mat mw. i hi trnuiuuiLui
OlilIMV. II j .1 i I I v l I oi'ivi ..7. .,v , t i p v n .
I r - .ii. 1 ". AAA ft' "
i niaiii. viie i rower licucu do-u vuu
i w w
in two years from bw crop.
A Siiiariilnr Itoacl Bed.
There is a
"Of course tastes differ; but Cleve
land might have suited the public
taste better if he had accepted the
m -r - a -ti i a .
vast bed of roc'.c salt in iNcwtouuctlanU ting ami declined tnc
the Colorado Desert, near Idaho; and Vanderbilt palace carJ'PiUsburg
the Southern Pacific railroad in lay- Wtspaich.
inn the track to the salt mine have T,,is I terrible charge of riding in
been! obliged to grade the road for Vunderbill's car originated with the
.f a a i
twelve hundred feet with blocks of -xew lorn oun, wiucii oegins early
these beautiful lumps of ?a!t crystals. t( fultil ils promise to treat the new
This is the first instance of a railroad President with fairness. The simple
roadbed bein' laid and bellasted onJtruUi aGoul this incident is that Cleve-
B-i.1 of vvl.w.l. W. l.nvo -mv L-., no) Uwl.ro lailti UUtfc IIO CIlOlCC as lO IMS IllOUe Ol
fhe sea that once rolled over this conveyance. He was asked to be
place dried up, and left a vast bed of Ureseut at a cimrity ; ne was waited
salt about filly miles in length. The P11 toJ 11 committee wno urougm witn
om .IWv ; cl,,o, i, ,,.i,l tlm l s... them the ear in which to escort him to
T. . J 1 11 ; K.T-.T1 nil . I ...
exhaustible. Grasshoppers of enor- e I nat me committee ciiose
moivstize and giant centipedes have to secure the handsome car ot Van
been pickled in this chloride of sodi- derbiltjhat was their business and not
uiu, and are today, alter the lapse of Cleveland Louisville Courier Jour-
cen tu lies, m full size and perfection Ml
Wea rs Tii km H imskIF. "He's
got 'em on ! He's got 'em on f tri
umphantly exclaimed Johnny Jar-
pbly at the breakfast table.
"Got wot on?" asked his mother
in surprise. "What ails you, Johnny?
What are you pecking under the ta
ble for? Wliy don't you sit mp
straight and eat your meals?"
"Pah's got 'em on ! I see 'em !"
emphatically asserted Jarphly's heir.
"Got wot on, sir? Wot are you
talking about sterol v asked his fa
"Why, you got your pants on and
heard Mr. Smiff sav he thought
Mali wore 'em. Pittsburg Telegraph.
"A train behind lime,' remarked
jones, secin ? an elderly maiden
tricked out in full flowing " robes.
Why is a cornet player like a sig
nal service storm observer ? One
blows the notes, ami the other notes
the "blows." Jingo.
. .1 f . ;
- England now has marine monsters
that weigh 81 tons and shoot IftiiQ
nound shot. The babies in the Ameri
can navy are but as toys compared with
them. Wil. Star.
' :k s r .. r- i
A statue and tablet to the memory
of Edgar A. Poe, have just arrived in
New York from London and will be at
once erected in the Metropolitan Muse
um of Art
-: i ;- ,
The shortest and most direct road to
popuhrrity is for a man to be the same
as he wishes to be taken for.
The best lung protectors are dijy
feet and warm comfortable body clo
thing, no exposure, and an abundance
of sleep and rest, aud uo late suppers
Jan. Uiu, 1SS4.
Leave Uhatlolte... .
' Salisbury .....
M High Pjiut ..
A rr. Greensboro . .. .
Leave (J reenoro .
" Baleigl) ....w..
Not 61. ' i v- -
That one-sinjrh; bottle of B, B. B. will do
its much work in curing Blood Poisons,
Skin Affections, Scrofula, iriTreyTnSnblcs,
Catafrh and Ithumatisin ns ix bottles ol
anv other preparation on earth.
" One titty-yenr-old chroiiic ulcer ci itetl ;
Scrofula of children cored with one I ottle.
It never fails. We hold liome proof in liook
mem. Send lor it. Large bottle ft.CO six
for $.1,00. H
Expressed on rrcclgt of p iec, if jour
Druggist ean!t supplv yon, address
BLOOD BALMJL O., Atlanta, Ga.
of shape. This vast salt bed will be
valuable to the reducers of ores in
California, Arizona and New Mexico
and can be supplied in boundless
Work of the Newspaper its and
Vines on Houses.
The Nashville American takes this Hj,ritmas ?
A DRESSING GOWN MADE USEFUL.
Mrs. Do Blank What are you
going to give your
r i- ucrA is: iff .t.v j . v
M . r
BOOTS, SHOcS & GAITERS, made to
order: At. v one Firft uiass feeientten iftais Ex
perience. All Material ol the fct hi grade, aud work
lone to the latest styles
Ready made woi 1 always on hand- Rftnalring
aeatly and promntfy done. Orti is hv mall prompt
v.'iiiea. vrt jcn. i. 3tlc-c.
51:ly. , .ii.isbt.. v. :.C.
WESTERN H. G. RAILROAD.
OFFICE GE!. PASSENGER AGENT,
Salisbury, N. C, MAY 11th, 1884.
view of Southern men in the new
"If ihc se1ection of a Southern man
or tvvoTor such positions would set
the country ablaze aud weaken the
Democratic party and administration,
we of the South must forego that
luxury for the present. Woukl such
be theca.se? The defeat of Ulaine
was more than the defeat of a bad man
it was the utter discomfiture of
sectionalism. 'lucre are doubtless,
some heart-bo rniirgs left; but, with
the firm grip and clear perception of
the Democratic President elect, no
sensible man fears a reaction on ac-count-ofany
Southern man or men
iur. tieveianu may ciioose to ap--
Mrs. Do Lank A dressing gown.
But you gave him one last year,
and the year before, too, if I remem
anght. Yes, and the year before that.
Dear nic ! I can't understand how
out so fat. My bus-
not put his on oik e a
The American Garden notes the
prevailing opinion that vines make
houses damp, for which reason there
are not nearly so many cottages and
bouses beautified with vines as there
should be. It is only when the dim
ers are allowed to cover the eaves and
obstruct the gutters, or find their way
under the shingles, that they become
objectionable, ami these objections
should, ot course, be caretully guard
ed a-rainst. To the same effect the
Gardener's Monthly remarks: "Vines
should always be kept cut down be
low the roof. It is a little trouble to
do" this once a year, but we cannot
get even our shoes blackened without
some trouble. Those who know how
beautiful ajod how cosy looks a cot
tage covered with vines will not ob
ject to the few hour' labor it requires
to l?eep vines from stopping up the
cutter. Vines really make the wall
dry. The million of rootlets by which
they adhere to the walls absorb water
and an examination will prove a vine
overed wall to be 'as dry as an old
bone.' One great advantage of a
vine-covered cot tage,not often thought
of, is that it is cooler in summer and
warmer in winter than where there is
but a mere naked wall."
"Rough on Bats" clears out Rats,Miec
"Rough on 'Corns,' for Corns, Bunions.
15c. ' I
Thin people. Wells' Health Renewer
restores health and ,vigor, cures dyspepsia,
dec. $1. - -
"Rough onToothache," instant relief. 15c
Ladies who would retain freshness and
vivacity don't fail to try "Wells' Health
"Btrchu-paiba," great kidney and urinary
Flies, roaches, ants, bed bugs, rats, mice
cleared out by "Rough on Rats.11 15c.
"Rough on Coughs,'' troches, 15c: liquid
For children, slow in development, puny
and delicate, use "Wells Health Kenewer.
"Rough on Dentist" Tooth Powder. Try
Nervous Weakness. Dyspepsia, Sexua
Debility cured by "Well Health Renewer."
Mother Swan's Worm Syrup, for feverish
ness, Ayorras, constipation ; tasteless. 2oc.
Stingirig, irritation, all Kidney and Uri
nary complaints cured by "Buehu-paiba
Night sweats, fever, chills, malaria, dys
pepsia, cured by "Welts' Health Renewer.
My husband (writes a lady) is three times
the man since Uaini: "Wells llca.th Le
newer." f 1. j
If you are failing, broken, worn out and
nervous, use f Wells Health Itenewer." $ 1
Prevalence-of Kidney complaint in Amer
ica ; "Buehu-paiba" is quick, complete
cure, $1. f
12 27p.m. J
No. 15 Daily except Saturdr
Leave Greensboro ;4 20 pm
Arrive at Raleigh il .54 n m'
: i ' , ,.
o. I c onnecis ai wreensbots wli 1. 1 . t.:
R R for all points Korlhi Eksl and J! ;
Danville. Ai Sali6bury wj1i W X c. llSM
all points in uesiern a u At Ge!dk7 I
w i IV Jb V K K rial V Vo ;i Tr 5
" .11 v v v. w - " A' va, t) I ',Yfi
connect at Greenfrboro with K & 1) n i "y.
or ail nouns on me. oa.eiu iraiHl).
. i " i
TRAINS GOING WEST.
Jan. 6ta, 1884. No. 50.
LeaveGohlsboro ... l.l.j5 a. m.1
Arrive Raleigh .... 2.15 pm
Leave " .... 6.10 .
Arrive Durham ..... 6.27 "
" Hillsboi 7.p8 "
Greenaii ro... I 9.25 "
Leave " 9.65 " .1
Arrive HiahPiont i 10.87 "
Sarb.bury.i7:.. 1 12,05 "
" Charlotte 1.58 a.m.'
No. 16, Daily ex. Sunday-LvsGold8l'oG40r
i . ' i rcnitiro ata
No. 50 Connectn at Salisbury i t h all
points on W N C R R and at Charlotte, till
A. & C, Air "Line for alihpoiuts SoufV.
No. 52 'Connects at Charlotie wiin 0. C.
& A. U.K. with all points South and SouMi'fi
and with A & C Air-Liae for all uinu SonU
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
11 30 p m
12 36 "
No. 51 .
12 53 pm
1 25 . iu
8 05 Jl
536 a m
STATE.UHIVERS1 Y RAILROAD.
rr No. r
s. GoiXGNoRjn Daily ex. 8nn.
ve Chapel Hill ...... I 1.0.20 a
ive University............ j 11.20 a
Daily ex. Sun.
In Pennsylvania, where protection
abounds and the doctrine of liob lioy
is endorsed by almost the entire press,
there are 61,000 idle men. Bradsrteet's
says there arc now in the North 303,
Mien connected with "industrial cm-
they get worn
Mine never wears his at all. He
IriiK it mi fMi nt in nfi nnwniiwr lnril:
..L..,u,l w,.iL'a iifsiimil ,liuv,i i Dlovment" whoare out ol work.
takes it off and never thinks of it is a desperate condition, r or twenty
i odd years a high war tariff has
. . . . .
1 nnrr:itiiKi'. o ver-sf.l I II ! I III t I'll !T I
r t i. i ' i . "1 -3 J --- - i
terns and colors. 1 give him the
same one every Christmas.
BRAVERY IX PRIVATE LIFE.
liu t then, wh
inn so nra ny
v ' U'
MRS. EATE MEDEMACH.
Is- pleased to announecj tot1ie laities ol
Salislmry and surniu n ding country ,t hat
Khc has opened a MILLINERY STORE in
Crawford's new bail ling on Marn.Steot,
adjoining the room formerly occupied by
Black nu-r & Taylor as a Hardware House
SHc is prepared t till orders and respect
fujly invites ladies to calll and inspect her
atock. Can supply on hort noticp any
article not in Store. Relieves her work
Svill not only give satisfaction but pleasure.
r Will nil orders promptly and at charges
as moderate as possible. IndelRblc stamp-
pngon anjt Kind ot, material tor Braiding
,i ad embroiltry. aligo free hand drawing
I lor Motts, Hat. I ands. Handkerchiefs, &c,
airv size, plain to elaborate.
An eminent German scientist has recent
v ly discovered from a root; extract, an- nbo
1 iute tptcific for Tac Wortn.
It is pleasant to take and is hot dislress
ing tat he patient, but is (peculiarly sicken
ing ii stupefying to the Tape Worm,
which Jocsens its hold of its victim and
V paa away in a natural ai d easy manner,
eiiWrelwhole, with Head,' arid while still
alive. w - .J L .
" One physician has nscu tills snnclfih ln-
over 400 cases, without a; single failure to
Toid worm entire.,Succei guaranteed. No
pay required until Removed - with head.
Send stamp lor circular and terms.
HEY" WOOD di CO.,
19 Park Place, New York
Ma? 30, '34.-1 y r j. ,
fc fc STOMACH -l
To the needs of the tnnriat. rAmmmlil
traveler and new settler, Bosfetter's Stom
ach Bitters is peculiarly adapted, since it
strengthens the digestive organs, and
braces the physical energies to unheaith
fnl influences. It removes and prevena
malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia?,
healthfully stimulates the kidneys ani
bladder, and enriches as well as nurifiei
the' blood. When overcome by rati cue,
whether mental or physical, the wear
and debilitated find it a reliable source 6
renewed strength and comfort; For sale
all Druggists and Dealers generally,
500 Tons of No, 1 Valley oft Vir-inia
Timothy Hay for sale by
P. B. SUBL
Send 8lxceits postace. and
itcelve uvt. a eusttv box ! of
goofKs wuich will help yoi to
mure niiuuiv riirhr aww iKm
apyChlng eis- in tins v.rll. All. oi either sex. suc
XSS?m?r ,10Ur- '1 be broad mad to fortune
opeasbet.vetho workers, and is -absolutely sure.
Atonce ahtrtes, Tuck & Co., Augusta, Maine;,
T PO TJ T Z 5
KCR3E AKi) CATTLE POWDERS
ETT & SON.
BttOUT- F0UTZ Ji
HOW IS THt TIME Tfi Silfi-
SCRIBE FOR THE , CAROLINA
V t, ..
?w irr prevent Oafk I iw Nwta!
JiffiJSn FSf l.mtltv of milk
iin'l mtSl pt r cent-.n'1 uiakctlie butter firm
For 7-! rnh an'1 l"tt,e are bJt.
DAVID r. TOVTZ, Proprietor.
When Moody, the evangeliist, was
in New York in Sanitary last, he
painted Lee aud Jackson as devils
ami matte Grant a saint. Mr. I. D.
Core a well known citizen of Rich
mond, Va., says of the (I isconr.se:
"In the caur.-e of his remarks it
suited his purp. se to illustrate the
character of Jesus ChiTst am) the
devil but how? He said, in sub
stance, that it was the custom of
Jt sus Christ, in his parables, to use,
as examples, those persons, characters,
aiul'scenes with which. the people to
whom he was speaking wore most
familiar, anil, said he, "I will do
jkewiee. The rebel leaders, Lee and
Stonewall Jackson, ami the pe rless
patriot Grant, arc names which are
fumiliarlo you all. He then pro
ceeded to divest Lee ami Jackson of
every Jionoi'able characteristic. In
their religious characters tht were
worse than the followers of Mahomet.
In their moral lives the life of Nero
in comparison was as white as the
driven snow. 'In a word,' said he,
'by every illustration and animus of
their l.ves and actions, they more
forcibly represented the character of
the King of Dark ness than any names
which my knowledge of the world's
history enable me to call to mind
since Jadaa betrayed the Lojtl of
Glory ' lie then proceeded to clothe
General Grant in all the grandeur of
a god, so far as the extent of words
conkl do, in robbing heaven of ils
glory, and Gcd of his attributes with
whicli to adoru his hero Grant his
itlcal representative oi Christ."
Mr. Moody, if correctly reported,
proves how the devil sometimes
deludes even the best of preachers.
He sets them np and makes them
utter wickedness and folly.
"It doesn't take the din and smoke
of battle, with the rattle of musketry,
the roar of cannon, the charge and
retreat, to bring out the true bravery
tion and creating unnatural, unheal
thy and dangerous conditions, and
behold the fruits. Wil. Slur.
ASK YOUR DRUGGIST for ShrineVs
Indian Vennifuge and it' he fails to supply
you, address the proprietor, DavhlE. Foutz.
VALUABLE - PLANATION
p y virtue of the power In a Mortgage executc-
lj to me oy 4. morgan ami wwe Alice l. Mor
tem, on ioth March, psu, to secure a debt. Interest.
costs and ctiarges, and registered in Public Hegtstry
ot Howun. Moitcaire Bock f.T. o a.s, I will Sell for
caU on tt:e premises on Th.uoiday, the lMh dy ol
.ianu-ry. l in Kowan county, t public outcry.
tu the highest bidder, a plantation t critic ting or ls5
ueies, merger less, Miuaien on t reeK, two uniei
fr'.'iii 'I'Mrd iH'ek Station aiu' :td Joining the I.andi-
oi Jolin.KnoX, Miss Lou iiraiiam and otueis. There
i are a resldeirce, touaeco barusatid out houses, upon
' thf uceE-it.ies, aticl tr.ey nre nitapteil to ine, growth
I if Tobaeco, Wheat. :ottoiufoi!i.
The snie oeuui:: at. the hour of KM. and It Is made '
iJj) satisfy tlieadori.!id debt. )S
j For-further particulars eddress my aitorneys,"f
t Uobbnis a l,ng, Mnteii:e, . t . or me uudir-
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The two liny sattelliles of Mars,
which were discovercil by Professor
Asaph Hall in 1877, have dia miters
less than ten miles each,-and are the
smallest celestial bodies known.
in a man s nature.
"Thai's a fact."
"Iu the humble walks of every day
life may be found hosts of heroes
braver than many who have led ar
mies to victory."
'Yes, I've made tho same observa
tion myself. But what inspires the
"I was just reading in a paper
about a wo. nan who has just married
he- eighth husband." Blizzard.
"I hear yon are highly satisfied
with your new minister, Brown?"
"Satisfied is a tame word to ex
press our opinion of him. We are
delighted with him."
"He is very eloquent, I under
! qtienl ! Why, sir, when he is
preaching he affects the congregation
so powerfully that there is hardiy
any interest taken iii the flirtations
of the choir." Boston Courier.
Blaine asks that his friends "will
do him the favor to discredit utterly
all ami any alleged expressions from
him which' are not made over his
name." It is difficult to know how
to take Mr. Blaine at all times. Not
long ago he was as
discredit numerous expressions that
were made over his own name.
It'is time to insist on the Scrip
ture meaniug of the term "evange
list." He is not an evangelist who
goes about to well organized Church
es, and with the co-operation of pas
tors aud members holds revival ser
vices. No matter how great a stir
iliat man may make, or how great a
revival he may lead, he is not an
evangel ist. Southwestern Metlwdist.
A slow match Sparking, but nev
Should a mustard plaster be classed
amoug drawing materials?
With the drunkard life is reel.
Mittenwald. a little town in Bavaria,
which, as its name indicates, is situat
ed in the midst of forests, has for over
two hundred years been given over to
the single industry of violin making.
The very best of material is found right
at their very doors, and in every yard
in the place are seen violins suspended
from roties and pole3 to dry. All kinds
of stringed instruments violins, guit
ars, and even banjos are manufactnred
there, and sent all over the world.
The Wilmington Star says: kTwo
tramps were lodged at the station house
Tuesday night. They were released
yesterday morning, and were warned to
be out of the city by this morning,
with the alternative of a birth in the
House of Correction."
What has become of the vagrant
laws? Tramps have been about as plen
ty here for some weeks as dogs without
'ffic follow ing compliment to Sena
tor Vance comes from an unexpected
quarter, the Philadelphia Press, a
rabid Radical oran : "Senator Zeb
Vance, lof North Carolina, is going
to re-elected without turning a hair,
and we are glad of it. If there is a
man in the United States Senate
whose head is full of horse sense, and
whose Interior department contains a
full quota of the everlasting milk of
human kindness, it is this same Z.'b
Vance. The only strange thing about
such a man is that he has remained
so loog a Democrat."
C o s t i ve n o s 8,
C h ro n i c Diar
Impurity of tb
i.;iooa, i'ever and
end all Disease
IB caused by De
rangement of Liver, Dowels and Kidneys.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISKASED LIVER.
Pad Breath; Pain in the Si-.tc, somttimes the
pain is ft It under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Rheumatism ; general loss of appetite; Bowels
generally cofitiw. sometimes alternating with lax;
the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy,
with considerable lors of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cougn
and flushed face is sometimes at. attendant, often
mistaken for consumption; the patient complaint
of weariness and debility; nervous, cosily startled;
feet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of the skin exists: spirits are low and despondent,
and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon'up fortitude to
try it in feet, distrusts every remedy. . Several
of the above symptou.s attend the disease, but cases
bave occurred when but few. of ihem existed, et
examination after death has shown the Liver to
bave been extensively deranged.
It should be ii se'l by all persons, eld and
' young, whenever any of the sbvTt
Persons TraveUne or LI ring: la Un
healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion,
ally to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
A LXoagehold Article for Unirertil
. Family Use. -
I T ' is
I or Scarlet sad!
Typhoid 'Fever ,
Sore Throat, Small
Fox, Measles, as 1
JlU Contagions Diseases. Persons waiing(
the Sick should use it freely. Scarlet F-verU
never betn known to spread where the Huidvni
used. W-Ho-.v I'cverha been . t.rcd itli it awf
black vomit h;d isfti'ti place. Tfilwwa
cuses of Diphtheria yield to it.
TTcvercdand Sick Per- SMALL-POX
sons re-freshed and and i
Bed Sore prevent- PITTIN'O of Small
ed by bathing wijh pox PKKVESTED
Darbyi Fluid 1 A memlier ofay&sv
, 11 f"-r ilv wastaM
nnrmii'CK r.:i i 1 . ,
For Sore-Throat it is a
For Frasted Feet,
j Eradicates 1
Smallpox: 1 usedtM
Fluid ; tlie pitient wa
not delirious- VAS,a
pitted, and was bout
the lioue again intlw
week, and nn others
h.i.t it - J W Pw
Many men do not allow their princi
ples to take root, butrpull them up eve
ry now and then, as children do flowers
they have planted, to see if they are
It is i great misfortune to have a
fretful disposition. It takes the fra
grance out of one's !ife; and leaves on
all Malaria, Bilious al lacks. Dizziness. Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, tc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no In
If Ton have eaten anything hard of
lltrestion. or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time anil Doctors' Bills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
" in the House!
For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
cafe purgative, alterative and tonic can
never be oat of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not interfere with business or
IT LS PURELY VEGETABLE.
And has alt the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Coventor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for" some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to tne medical science.
J. Gili. Shostek, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Gau,
says Have derived some benefit from the use of
Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
'VP only Thing that never falls to
Believe,' I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it. and would send further for
such a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to e, ve U a trial as it seems the only
thing that never fails to relieve.
mi- -P M' JaK!,et' Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T, W. Mason says : From actual ex-
tty practice I have been and am satisfied to use
andrescjribe as a purgative medicine
E-Take only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
and .Signature of J. H. ZEILLN & CO.
. yojt.SALB Y ALL DRUGGISTS.
Soft White Complex
ions secured by its use.
Ship Fever prevented.
To purify the Ureal b.
demise the Teetb,
it can't be surpassed.
Catarrh relieved aitd
Burns relieved instantly.
Hears prevented. ' ct. Darbvs Fluid raf
Wounds healed rapidliK mi-ni of Iimhthcria.
Scurvy cured. A- bToi.Li NwsSCX.J
An Antidote for Animal -Greensboro, All.
or Vegetable roisons,
The physicians best
se Darbys Fluid very
Tetter driedP- j
I used the Fluid dunng r-cJk .1
our present affliction with U err po"
Scarlet Fever with de
cided advantage. It is
indispensable to the. sick
room. Wh. F. Sani-
ford, Eyrie, Ala.
Scarlet Fever j
Di cHsesof De
5 should he usw??
. i the crjse-rffj
j prevenl any aPW
! ant imell T
I The eminent W
SIMS, St IK
Fanderbllt University, NashvffJ. Jj
I testify to 4he most excellent iiualiues ,
fXarhvs Prtifhvlactfe Fluid. As a aitnleCtr
, . - . 1. . I. . - rA
oetergeni 11 is uoin iiKiircin..ii i,KiinC'
superior to anv preparation with s-hich 1
quamted. N. T: LvntiN, Prof ChenwsW
Darbys Fluid to1BecornmenIfJ.
Hon. Alkxamder Hi Stephfs,, cf (swrv,
Rev. Chs. F. Desus, V.V.; Church
Strangers, N. Y.; . cr
I los. LeConte, Columbia. Prof iti
Rev. A. JTBattlr, Prof . Mercer Lsig
Rev. Gao. F. Piekc-. o.shop H. E tj-;.
INDISPENSABLE TO EVERY HO
Perfectly harmless. Used . internaUy
externally for Man or M3
The Fluid has been thoroughly te-teo, w
have abundant -vdence thu it h.is.d ,jne'i 0
here claimed. For fuller informant K " -Lruggist
a pamphlet or sen-J to the propr.eio- ,
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