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CRAIGE & CLEMENT
Salisbury, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
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' j This invaiinable pre-
NO M3r3 TSXTCT I paration w trulf a ln-
S and no more lnetim-i-
bl benefit was ever be
lowed on the mothers
ofthe world, j
fifcaTll not only short
ens the timepf labor and
lessens the Intensity of
lain,butbetiler than all
it greatly I diminishes!
the danger! to; life of
both mother arid child,
and leaves the mother
in a condition high;?
favorable to speed j re
covery, and far less lia
ble to -flooding;; convul
sions and other alarm
ing symptoms incident
to lingering and painful i
labor. Its truly wonder
ful efficacy in 'this re
spect entitles the Moth
er's Priendjtd be rank
ed as one o the life sav
ing appliances given to
the world by the disco v.
eries of modern science.
From the Mature of the
To Mother or Child
The Dread of
. and " -
Safsty and Easo
case it will
of course be
that we can
without wounding the
delicacv of the writers.
Yet we have hundreds
lof biicIi testimonials on
file, and no tnoXher who
has once used it will
everagain lie without it
in Jier time pf trouble.
8end for our Treatise on "Healtlt and Hap-
ciness of Woman." marled free.
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A prominent physician lately lieraarked to
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make nnblic the Ietler we receivelthe "Moth
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I moat earnestly entreat every sterna le ex
pecting to be confined '-to use Mothjer'a Relief.
Coupled with thi entreaty I wilj add that
d urine a lone obstetrical practice (i44 years), I
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t II. J. HOLMES, M. D., Atlanta, Ga.
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passes away in a natural ana easy manner,
entirely whole, with Head, and i virile still
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'ROYSTER'S HIGH GRADE
tbc coming cropof tins country
i but to make it
Toiil, Rich, aM Waxy,
'(which it must be to bring the best
prices), you must use the old stand-by
Or the New and Favorite
J3FLook to your own interest and
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your Cotton, &c, and remember that
all of above tamed Guanos are sold
J. D. GASKIIL.
A ""Sunken Continent.
?cZie tn the Pacific Ocean of offin-
- tdltgcnl liacc , '
Tlic Lottery Question.
Opt. lj. W. Herandeen, a mariner.
hor has spent years in sailincr the
trackless Pacific, related to a reporter
a levy days ogo, lacts that ho had ob
served, which tend to prove the the
ory $et forth by Dana, that there is
an immense area of the Pacific ocean
bed- lying under the equator, about
6,000 miles in. length, and about
3,0UP in breadth, that has been grad-
pauy biiiKiug lower aim lower ior
jhoiisands of years till now laitd that
wasjonce lyingein the, sun and washed
by raves is now buried in the fath--
o ml ess depths. The following is the
interesting story told by Hera n-
s "iiiere is ample evidence that a
vast! area in the Central Pacific ocean
now) sunk far deeper than the fathom
line goes, was once above the surface
uf the 6Pa, and most probably inhabi
ted jbXa race of people far superior
in intelligence and civilization to the
Polynesians and Kanakas, who now
dwell on the rocky islands which
in former times were the t-ip3 of
mountain peaks. An immense area
of ocean bed has been sinking for
thousands of years, and the character
of the people who have lived in that
region of l lie world seems to be sink
ing jlower and lower as the laud sub
sides. The first thing that called the
attention of scientific men tothis great
fact was the formation of innumera
ble! atolls and barrier reef3 in that
part of the Pacific ocean. They found
on ! the outskirts of this area that
there were islands fringed with coral
;As they sailed past these beauti
full islands they saw other island
with a barrier circling them. A coral
reef below the surface of the water
girdled the island at a distance from
a half to thirty miles, and whose pres
e nee was marked by a ring of snowy
foam made by the breakers. As they
pen'et rated further into the region of
thefsea they came upon atolls, which
are! formed by circles of coral inclos
ing' a smooth sheet of water. These
lagoons are found to vary in diameter
froin thirty miles or more to only a
few feet, but corals do not build their
reef at a greater depth than 100 feet,
ant yet ly sounding these singular
reefs in the Pacific ocean it was found
that the coral reached, as fur as the
fathom line went. The conclusion of
scientific men was that the bed of the
ocean was gradually sinking, and that
the; corals began to build fringing
reefs on the islands, ami as the land
sank the corals kept steadily at work
building up as fust as the land went
down. As the island disappeared
the) flinging reefs became atolls or
circles of coral inclosing a calm lag
oo n. It was found that the reefs be
low one hundred feet are dead, and it
is inferred that at a lower defnh than
that the corals were killed by cold.
.This is the generally accepted theory
in j regard to the subsidence of the
"15 ut there is other evidence which
is more interesting, because it relates
to the decay of a great "race of people
that once inhabited this region. A
few! years ago I stopped at Pony ni
pete Island, in the Pacific, in east
longitude 158 degrees, 22 minutes,
and. north latitude GO degrees, 50
minutes. The island is surrounded
by a reef, with a broad ship channel
between it and the island.
"At places in the reef there were
natural breaks, that served as entran
ces lo the harbors. In these ship
channels there were a number of is
lands, many of which were surround
ed by a vall of stone five or six feet
high, and on these islands stood a
great many low houses, built of the
same kind of stone as. the walls about
them. These structures seem to have
been used as tetrples and forts. The
I P.M. '. ! 1
singular ieaiures ot tnese islands is
that these walls are a foot or more be
low the water. 'When they were built
they were evidently above the water
and I connected with the mainland,
but they have gradually sunk until
the j sea has risen a foot or more
around them. The natives on them
ilo hot know when these works were
built: it is so far back in the past
tUat they have even no tradition of
the structures. Yet the works show
signjs of great skill, and certainly
proyc that whoever built them knew
thoroughly how to transport and lift
heavy blocks of stone. Up in the
mountains of the island there is a
quarry ofthe same kind of stone that
was used in building the wall about
the islands, aiid in that quarry today
there are great blocks of stone that
have been hewn out ready for trans
portation. The natives have no tra
dition touching the quarry, who hew
ed the stone, when it was done, or
whythe work ceased. The natives
are in greater ignorance of the great
phenomena that are going on around
them than theNwhite man who touch
es bn their islam) for a few hours
jfor yrater. There isno doubt in my
mind that the isjand was once inhabi
ted by an intelligent race of people,
whej built the temples and forts of
heavy masonry on the high bluffs of
the I shore of the island, and that
as the land gradually subsided these
bluffs became islands. They stand
today with a solid wall of stone
aroqnd them, party submerged in
Tha laws of North Carolina; di
rectly forbid lotteries as will be seen
by referring to section 1047 off the
Code, which reads as follows: f r
"If any person shall opeir, set on
foot, carry on, promote,' make or draw,
publicly or privately, a lottery, by
whatever name, style or titlpj the
same may be denominated; of If, any
person, by such ways audimeau.4, ex
pose or set to sale any house or houses
real estate or any gtnjds or chattels,
cash, or written evidence of debt, or
certificates of cleaims, or anything of
value whatsoever: every . person so
uuenuing snail oe guilty ot a inisue-
mcanor, and be fined; not exceeding
two thousand dollars, or imprisoned
.not exceeding six months, or bojtbttt
the discretion of the (urtAny; per
son or society, associate, company or
organization of persons whatsoever,
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vuu cubage in cik--posi ng oi .any? spe
cies of" property whatsoever, money
ur eviucnces oi ueor. or in auv man-
nerdiatribute gifts or prizes upon
iiuweis or cemncaies sold lor tnat
purpose, shall be held liable to in
diclment aud prosecution under this
And the laws not only forbid the
carrying on ot lotteries in the 0tate
but they forbid any citizen acting as
agent for any lottery. Section 1048
ot the Code reads as follows :
"If -any person shall sell, barker or
dispose ot any lottery ticket or order
for any number of shares in any lot
tery, or shall in anywise be concern
ed in such lottery, by acting as agent
in me ouiiu ior or on oeuaii oi any
such lottery, to bo drawn cr paic
either out or within the Stale, sue!
person shall be guilty of a misde
meanor, and punished as in the pre
ceding section, viz: fined two thou
sand dollars or imprisoned six months
or both in the.discretion of the Court."
I he law is thus explicit and vet i
is charged that in nearly every town
in the State some one violates the law
by keeping tickets to the Louisiana
lottery un sale. Some months ago a
resident of Wilson, who does not be
lieve it wrong to buy a lottery ticket
said to the editor that he.kuewii
single month, nearly three hundred
dollars to go;out of Wilson for tick
ets in the Louisiana lottery. He csti
mated that not less than twelve o
fifteen hundred dollars were spent bv
il.. W'M n ' I ."'
inc iicojjh; oi Vinson ior ucKets m
this mammoth swindle every year.
And this gentleman further stated
that, of his own knowledge, several
ladies had gone into this species of
gambling by purchasing tickets. When
a gambling concern becomes j thus
popular it is high time that an en
lihted public sentiment should 'do
tnand that an end be put to its exis
tence. When our women come to
look upon this kind of gambling as
all right we are in great danger.
Southern women have been far-famed
for their integrity and their devotion
to right. If they all f-ill back fro ml
their position one jot, are they not
liable to be led into all kiuds of spec
illation aud gambling? In some of
the .Northern cities we arc told that
public places are kept open where
only women resort to play cards for
money and engage in other species of
gambling. And in Wall street the
time has come when it is no uncom
mon sight to see women speculators
buying and selling stock and risking
their fortune.? on a game of chance.
The greatest danger to be feared from
anything which U wrong is that it
may become popular. Everybody
rtognizes l ow difficult it is to wage
a successful war of extermination
against anything, no matter how
great a fraud, if the people generally
patronize it and defend its practices.
The Louisiana lottery, by allowing
a man in every Slate to draw a large
prize, has become popular. In con
sequence in fighting this gigantic
fraud the additional odds of having
to fight it, cntrenced behind popular
favor, renders the campaign against
it all the more difficult and discour
aging. Notwithstanding this fact,
however, we believe the day will come
when the Louisiana' and all other
i i i --""It k
similar gambling schemes will 1
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case of o. and G w t, r ?,n r
fnhout loS9 of Alio Z frty "Sh i
internal re.nedV ? ' ,ansc' of AjJ
rom the w-r.v '
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Moih. borer, Caaker S, l tbe Vunw
Aphis tc. .WsTeiiv is'v' ;1 ApStoSP
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. .Vuildlrectlhn. ,f.PM8. faJ :
-ounce of preventaUve u R1??" tiS$
cure." Use the - victor v i- t TJ 4 b
the trees, and you win aiUVa 1,!
sects and -save your mm ,V, i Jft?
KotWng hurtful lu the t! .' V
to the trees, vises. liLii.t V , : b,It lUitehSJI
Late of Wilson
! 4 ! ENN:ss:Tn,;L V
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HE UNDERSIGNED Imj '
l"" known KOWan rf)wvl!?'5
STOX QUARRY Ot E. fe. nAVZ
and will continue to siijimy
mand for u srna ;,.,
r, 'in UIS Cllrw
grit so well known throtiL-hont TT14
tor Its superiority tor Mill -stoiw-s Qnht
for Ornamental purposes, Monumeut11
uu ay quarry, auuicss,
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Tae Greatest Msdical , Triagigh cf tie Age!
SYWIPTOtyiS C? A
Leas of nppctite, Dovrel costive, Paiaia
tho head, with n dall ncrsatloa in tho
back part, I'als cadcr tbe shos:!cr
bladc FclIncKS cflcr catlap, a tli--inclinatica
to cscrtioaef body orialcd,
IrrltaLlIitTcf temper, ,o7 B&irlts, vri:U
a feeling of bavin gcglrctod come dut?,
Yeariocos, Ulzziacse, tluttcrias at las
Heart, Dots before ilzez.erco, Ilsacactro
ever tho rizht cyo, K.3ilccccs, r-?:tU
fitfal dreams, IUhLIy eolerc J Lrlc, cuJ
TSJTT'S i'Zl.X.3 tro"tsic-ciaUy tdatei
to such crscs, ono tloeo cilccis f-..C;i a
changft of feel In to asf.orisiit.ie cuuv r c r.
They IncrMtse the A icti4c,.n4A iEe ti
body to Take oti l"lehi. t n i tte n.-tc:i; '
nourisho'l. cr.l byihoir Tcnslc Acticu cu
produced. Prl.-e W i t i'lPmr.,.
f Jk r JtM ( t . 'me'
Gn. AT n.n or V.rmsxiEr.s charecl t3 a
GlXJSsr Elack a sir-Rio npnlicctior. ct
this Drc It iKpcrfa -n-utituraf cc'.rr, ret s
InBtantaneousIy. SoUl by Dmis;:, cr
6ent by erprcn.j cn receipt cf CI.
OfTjco, 44 fiJtsrray-St.. Fw v. ...
Ull V I UVil Vtli'J villi. iV.
abolished. To bring iabont this much-tb-bc-desiretl
end thi press ought, not
longer to advertise j the drawings-or
to jiublish any notice about the busi
ness of these frauds;. The success of
a lottery is solely dependent on the
notices of the press. If the newpar
pers would refuse to longer lie a
party in thus swindling the people
the death knell of lotteries would
soon be sounded. Wilson Admmx.
Deacon Betjtly (to minister) "I
think I've got some news, Mr.Ul.,
that will ' gratify yru." Minister (in
feeble health) "Vhat is the good
news, Brother Bentliy?" Deacon Bent
ly "The members1 of the eougrega
tiou have detenuiiiel you a trip to
Europe for a couple of months as
they did last stiqu.mer." Minister
(much concerned)4-"Vell-er, I am
sorry, Brother Bent)y, bat I wish yoti
would quietly discourage' the idea.
My trip last summer undoubtedly
did nie a great deal of good, but the
closing ofthe church for two months
had such a deplorable effect upon the
members that I lost ail that I had
gained in the extra work required to
get them back into the fold. Uutil
Satan lakes a vacation, I am of the
opinion that we ministers ought to
stay at home." r
' TWENTY-FIVE CENTS for one or one
Indiau Vermifuge when your children show i dollar lor bvc buttles ot Winner's Indian
the firt BT-ir.fms worms. You cannot V crnuiue. i ne icst worm medicine how
InffWd to trifle with worms, they work in ! before the public. Every bottle guaj-an-IfrarnWt
and to kill. ' I teed.
ivniico is !iriiv m l-ini i.. -ii
hax ing claims against the estate Jf
lllllllll llAlill tf Iiuia....1 .1
undersigned onior U foni ule
March, 18(): aiiil all rieritmw I.a .frl
the eRUite of saiU.decM aiv notified Si
ou us and pay the same witheut i!?
j li. C. .-SECSlILElt, Ex'rinfiT1'
March 19th, 1685. 'A Cr
rangvment or Liver, Uo'veu 7iaitlji
ST2rr31? ?F A vseii um
Bad -Rreath ; I'ain in the Si.ie. Muiml
parn is fctr under the Sh .ui lcr-LUde, mwaUC
Kheumatism ; .general Kss cf apjtife- Boaa
generally costive, s. nict.mts i.hcrmtisr VnSta
the head is troljbleil vuh j, in, is dull aad ken
with considcrali - lr?s ,.f -HTHjrT accK
with a painful seisati' -n tf lm viM; uiV-ioaeioiiS
which niipht tn Knv,- . . i:i.
and flushed foctf Ivsonicumw ai, atieaj
mistaken for cohsumption; the i-tint wajia
of weariness and debility; nervous. rasiltajS;
feet cold or buriiiiig, s mctn:ics a prickly iciuta
of the skin exists; fpinwarc !.. andtepws
and, although satisfied that c xcrcieoul4li
ficial, yet one can hr.r.lly summon up fcret
try it in fact, distrusts cverv rrree!j. Sms
of the above syrbptoi. attend il-.e dtseMWtti
have occurred when hut f w of ites tnjd,ri
- examination after death li.'.-.ih.own the Ui J
have been extensively dwranjei j ; i-5
To the irfd8 of th? tcirlst, eorr.rcfil
trareh r r.n;l new wtrh r, Unstetfcr'p .torc
urh Rittt-rs is peculiarly aljpted, since i5
f trititht'i:3 tha digestive organs, v.ui
l'rac-s the pliysleei:i.rn.erric3 to uiiiiealih
fal iiifiuenr.es. it removes cud prever.jp
rrui'.niil lever, cotistiptilion, dyspepsir.
Le:lthflly Ptir.mlats the kidnVyd auj
l)laiii f, and Mirichts as wA as pnrifvi
the blood. Vrhen tverconie by fiitijruc,
whether rarntal or tphvsical, tha vrarj
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rentwed ttrenth crtd comfort. For sale
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Sore Throat, Small
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Bed Sores prevent-! PITTING of Small
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J. W. MchENZIE. jj
May 20, IS33J1 xiMtm.f
For Frosted Fei-t,
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Soft "White Complex
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Cleanse the Teeth,
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Catarrh relieved and
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Iturns relieved instancy .
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An Antidote for Anipi-d
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The physicians here
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Tetter dried lire
I used the Fluid duiirw i Cholera prevented.
our present affliction with Ulcer purified and
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Foao, tyne, Ala.
t T n A . k
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the corpse it wiS
prevent any. unpleas
ant smell. ,
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ie1an,J.MAIUON SIMS, HL D., New
.XOrk, says; "I am
convinced Prof. Darbys
Prophylactic fluid is a
rT toUfviohinIvltyVNah. Tn.
1 testify to the wot exceEent qualitia of Prof
Cetergent u both Jtueoretically and Dracticallv
M-fiu.1, rrot. .Uiemistr
Z IT" FItt,? l IJecotnmended bv
Strangers, N. Y.-' " U'' Burcl f
VPkBto' W Uni I versity.S.C.
: vv liiicriuiiT or
The n,rk Vi . n or
It should be used by all prrnn7Mai
young, whenever any of tlic-abvn
syiuptouis appear., , i ;
Persons Trjivelind or Livint ht
healthy Localities, l,y taV Ln a duse ocm
ally to keep thej'Liver in healthy aamit, ilwt
ail P.Ialarta, Ililious h( lacks lizBa,S
sea. Drowsiness, Depression of SpirtS, t
will invigorate like a glass uf wise, but i
toxlcatlng beverage. , p
If You have ealen anjiWnj; kifi i
digestion, or fe;l heavy after trita1, or iny
lebS at .night, take a dose an.i y.iu will irejr
- - ; 1
Time and Dictors Rills will fte mi
by alway keephiK the I'eguiafat
ifln the I louse f - ,i'
for, whatever the ailment may br, i SensjSf
safe purgative, altera' ive airf toiMta
never be out of place. The remeJy is hiraks
and docs not interfere wilhlittiats
pleasure. ; j
IT IS PUTt ELY vrnrMniij C
.And has all the power :inl etTiwcy irf
Quinigfe, without any of the injunuut 4'efca
k, A Gdvernor's Tetijimoiijf. '
Simmons l.ivpr Kegulatr has UreaiitoSJ
family for sonic time, an.l 1 am vUibcti kl
valuable addition to ttie medical science. , !
ji Gidl Mikirtkk, Goiiafjyi
Hon. Alexander II..SteibeM sf.fifc
says.: Have dffl-iveil v'me buu:fit fain.tst'
Simmons Livej Regulator, ami wish tn p l
further trial. " 1 V ' 7'
"The only Tliir.ft that new.bl
Believe." I.-have used rr..inyreinaiit':r
pepsia. Liver Affection an5 Debility,, bat
have found anytiiing to benefit metotllt,i,
jimmons Livtf Regulator "has. I sarlf
r.esota to Georgia fur ir,-;,nd would urtfitttyt
such a medicine, and would aivise ail la
ilarly affected io give it a tiLI as it eca ita
thine that never fails to relieve. .1- !!'
P. M. Jawkv, MinnsPB..f
Dr. T. Wi Slnson hj: Froactii
Derience in the'iiip of Simmons I.iver ReOiU!1
By practice 1-havc been ami an tfiisSa'fcJM
and prescribe a as a purauvc tticCtOBc. u
XJjyTake:on!y the fiennine, whcMP
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade
and Signature of J. II. ZEILIX
FOR SALE "Y ALL DRUGGISTS
Tie Valley luteal
a wca: at home. li";Zu
fcoluteiy sure. N H-t- fff'V
lUlreji. Hr-afb r. 17 you
'.at-wlijeirpri.s of eitM'Jr,f
or olrj, can make great pay all the i-J-' ,
wuu aDdoiute cereal uty, rn- vr vu A
. J'" FOE TUB
And a!! Bilious CompBW
Saie to- take, bcff.tr pnr!7 vaHe; Jj
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l ont.r's l-.vi r- '
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