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' -' taking1 both riidsXectClosost Tcono-
' , j IW -lutl'luc make -i enU.
U ' U :l'S(,,i()lt; question m inanv
I 1 i economy, but it i not so easy0 wo,k
I rt lw i n -1 On r forefathers Kent but one
n : m 6 lit "im j m ( il- 1 I
il I " A(kmilv ". VsatlK-retli -i lie back ,lg 1"
' ; the ample firc.lace Wnrrnsrthfcc r.,m,
, which served, iorx kuchwh, ......
HXroooi, pantry, and willra recess 10
-it . ! .- 1 lr flip
', 1IIID v VVM'1") -
run,.- TSTi.w fivfi 11'r -more fire;
,0 or -more
jcessary. Tfie UiuJi-
i lept gng, nndllien
icousidereil as necessary
f ri Ktnve in ust be kept 01
Iflin" most larrat rk' families there is a
Ififf.liviW Tooro I) t a . sil P ctmibine.
dining and sitting room, which must
U warmed. Stoves rare lequired for
both and perhaps coal must be pur-j
chaseil. piteu where mere y "uu
loathe kitchen fire is made from
wood Ji takes a hundrctlhMd more-
warm a farmer's dwelling
Well, what of
Jt? We are trying to make both ends
meet. The cost and repair of thtj
Stoves is a considerable item wJicr
there is a short income. Carefulhes
must be practiced to save exiense;
j - , ,
lake the itdvea last as long as possir
ble. Then we must cut our own wood
and bum it where we can. In more
than three fourths of the State of Ney
York the farmer can buy his coal for
Jess money than ;he could hire his
wood cut and drawn to his hou.ee and
made ready for the sto' e. To save
piunev, he must 5I0 the work without
liirinpr. and if oossible. sell , wood
enough to pay for the coal, which ha
became suca "necessiiy ami luxury,
i Our; forefathers lighted their dwell:
jugs with fallow dips, and later on
the candle moulds were invented, anf'
a tet did for the neighborliood, the
thrifty housewives taking turns in
making np the caudles, otter the far
row' cow was killed and the tallow
had been tried vut. In very economi
cal famiIies,'or where poverty hami
Jed the fireside, the chimiiey bl.2f
lighted thejioom, or a beittr ligljt
Afas had froor pine 'kuots. One of llje
ablest statesmen New York ever pro
duced, Col. Samuel Young, eiluentQd
himself by the aid of syeh a ligoU
The bri?s candlesticks Were nn;x
ments of tlieparjor when .not in u?je,
and on public oeaisions they viil
with the whale oil lamjis aseviden-
i jesf luxurious- comforts. Ourliglji
ing, thanks to the -.' boiintiful earth
and its keroEcnce, is tl-.c Itast of ejs
pene, so we eannoi cut ,jlovyn .umth
on thi., except we buy our oil by tju
. barrel rtheu tlnre may
oe a sa.viifm
of eight or ten cents on ngH I L"
; we purchase I he better k iiidsirhd w"U
J h on 1 d tj e ver get a ny ot hers. Tlie 4kjs t
are the safest. Tlune will "be some
loss wheu we buy 1i barrel by ' evub
oration and leakage,5 but iHs atriU,
and not ecjaal tOithe bother ami li ne
spent in getting it by the little., Caii
dies shouldVnol be entirely . d.iscaided,
as they arc best to carry about. Gjdss
t.? i.'i- 1 ' 1 f
cuiinuevs ureaK tasiiV'. ami- wnere
tliere is careless use, are juite antitem
! of expense. The maple trees used,' to
; .lurnish . the most of the sweets, but
now money, has to do it except with
a few praiseworthy . farmers, who jire
w;restling -wfthr the ; probicm. of sor
ghum at lioniiayin odds, so far as! an
income is concerned. Our les njer
vous ancestors enjoyed a drink of hot
jiea or barrey,collee, and -'suffered Jess
than we do with sleepless nig4ui and
poor digestion." -There was a savmTJuig about. Sometimes the fi
ns well as health in thtir dnnlisaml
the bouglttetr$ea .was by for ; v Uitlrs.
How true it. is, that comfort aud
happiness are womlerfully of iUc
imagination. Tlf Jf as a farmer,
could only think so, when; my, hun
ger is appeased with plaiu and tel-
i come food,"and I have a warm fire1 to
6tt hy ai:d a comfortable bed to sleep
in", 1 am just as well off; and should
I be as happy as Win. H. Vanderbilt
or any other money king. Why riot?
If I imagine that Wj Hon -carpet is
i ' 1 . I .-. . I
of fraud v strnll aVn ul mVi.i.sfc I
cannot nave, theu 1 can be so far tin
Jiapny and a fool. Many are so no
doubt; hut the vast inajori ty of . 4ar
do enjoy thcit sintpleratid jess
; botheriug su rroundiugsj We should
S e the happiest people in this world.
? jW hen jve make our wants less! w
i Will have lessjirotible. Ati old New
j JYork -merchant said to tue not long
5 go: V How nice it must be to mcV?
J cou id.'f Con t rast Ihis iiifiiSp
J I lit? UIIIIIH 1 rf Wll VflllP JiUMl t Iw I ui .
. inus4im Euiiiiiuc . auur-greeu
.field 'pleasures we have, more than
city folks, aud -let us be content and
happy, K ! D. Cartit, U : American
JigrietdiurisL -t lJ t
;J. VandiTer ia Asheillajcau;
lj Our brawney armed farmers hhvc
very little to donvith the government
of the country, but a good deal to do
witl its supporc!lAuy tbiugexpldi
tiug their djrajions js a public filnc
lit. Con beih
adtng crop' for
want to. give my iancv
and - cx)erjeibout its culttyidiml.
lliese lauusre aetiveenongh to make
better yields than : farniers.generall v
'Meu: firsf ; lo lea v 1 ng th e p la uf s too
tliick oti the ground! and,- sec6iur,"to
excessi v 0 5 plo w i ugl fRn fi ve feet
Af id e, a il d one fi la u t e v ery. 'l wo, fee t j 11
the row is sufliuiently crowded, : The
continen t Jn tcrlscrse; i h e "jita.i t. still
ra re. Tiic soil should he well: bt ok
jiccwsary lor my nanpiuess. and a otTrn ...:..i.i :.. -...1 ...
: - t !ei, p. lveriiv'd and, cleaned, like men
rloT- f ir in hacco
S.!.-'. - - 7 . ...... . . . V . ,
vfrv " warrow plow Ts VsuRicien.t.
TwelvjeJiLrrA; aOeiy .the plowing ;a
. irtoihf i ftMi' lioise harroWshfynfd
niMI V "T 7 - - t
lc ni tlmwgw the Tows, and twel ve
r fifteen d ays t herder a light on?
horse cultivator run jtwice along eacf
of "stirrin" nots,? as some say ought
i o lie d.ne. the delicate i root!etsvhos
I impoHant fiinciton. it is tu absorb the
nutriment- that develojw theMJantj
. .. . . . i-as Lis
should, be Uet clean ani per?ouiuanyj
,reVcnt the. iiirwlationb. tlteiwts of
prevent herrciilfltion to ineroois 01
of the very -b&t'plaiifers now Jn the
cottotbeIt, fumih sto'ck to" theif
tetuits juntj their fields are well
'plowed and ! planted, and then-with-draw
them audi allow said tenants to
Mhe cuItLvatioii with 'the
i have seen men plowing corn for
the fourth time 111 this country, when
end of the ro cJoff jhidova
bunch of white, CQni ro 13; as large as
a uiir vear oi com. iow 11 ... inai cuu
be done -without Jnjury io "tlie-fortii
coming yield of corn, nature varies in
her general operations, f , ; j
I once heitrd a wealthy farmer tell
ing of his experience in hiring a boy.
He said .while working in hislarn
ine morning, a boy of " about fifteefi
years came to him enquiring for work.
He wasm lichen need of a boy, aud
lie liked this one's appearance, but
being an entire-stranger. he was much
in doubt about hiring him. He said
what he wanted to know most was, if
the boy would be faithful in the lit
tle d ut ies. I'The-'nirnier"" sl?bwed"8the
boy through his larire commodious
barn, leaving him to pass last through
the door'. He stopped and carefully
closed every door after him. Two
or three tools that some one had care
lcssly left on the barn floor, the boy
picked up and laid to 6m sidej The
farmer said that as uneonscioU9 as the
boy was that lie. was doing anything
in his fa vor, these little acts decided
the question of doubt in his mind.
The boy was hired He proved to be
a carelul, faithful workman, winch
fact was so appreciated by his em
ployer 1 hat he ussis'lcd the boy in ob
taining an education, ami remetubei-ed-
hiui;tubstantially when he started
;Tue Good Old imks, When
Gas and Kekosene m'eue 24ot.
UjAfilftJJfcl v v Was uivitisr the! buys
40 uie ad, vice in their love-making af-
rfaTr.-, and one of them asked him how
the yqung people did when-he'vrns
sparking. "Them was the great
timeaboys,' he said-in reply. 'We
dlii't have no gas nor kerosene. We
done our sparkin' by a plain 6taIIov
dij); but most frequently just by the
firelight. Firelight is warmin', boys,
and flickers just enough to make a
girl's eyes shine. It's mighty soft
andhptuty, too, and kinder in a way
none; of your gas lights Knows any-
little too powerful in
pjaccs, and the young man would git
up without sayiu' anything and put
a shovelful of ashes on- it. Then he
would cuddle tip to the girl in the
shadows, and she would cuddle some,
too, and it really didn't seem like
there was 8nyHi1'ngsefir1 h(T whole
big ronndeartli tobewishe4xfor.
Purty soon. t he.fi re,, wou Id get obstrep-
- ,7. 0 1 . iinis uamvo
emus aram and,tli4itt to fl.. ...
' oui, as 11; iney
wanted to sec , what was goin' on. or
Thad seen and was .lam?hif antriiitl
- 1 o -......
in' about it and haviu' some fdn. too.
and the you n fellow would rnnrh
for the shovel and the ashes and cover
the bright blaz.-s all up. And some-times-rremember,
now, only some-
nhies the girl would get up and put
. I li if t 1 .
. 1 -
uii aiiu iiien wen, ooys, When
sl,rl nSt and
the fiIun' worms crawletl out of . the
ground, and the boys set obi the banks
of the little creek waitin for a bile,
and - the johuny-jtimp-up nestled in
the sunny places; there was a weddin'
in the old house, and when the win
ter, come again they set by their own4
fire am theshoveljtnd the ashes was
out 4if a job.' Merchant Traveler.
An exchange say.'iThe American
boy of today who learns a trade, and
is not ashamed of it, has an houorablc
futureeKire him which will grandly
revvai;d his application aud zeal. In a
great indiisti ious country like this,
the man yho lives by his own energy
and skill in productive ? employineits'
is one of nature' noblemen, anil the
development of Amertcau intelligence
icwani mm. iet tne f boys
learu trader and le r yuoM of them,
lor the field of: opportunities in this
country expands avKIi eacirA JWar of
our growth ami progrogres3. . -
MOTtlEliS DO NOrUt .iiiri
be destroyed by wot m.' Do your dm, for
you are rrspcnWe.TNo child, will iieYrpra
worms U Sbrmer' Iavlian .Vcrm'.fuc'e h used
I m lima -
tSocidy in Buyon Grani1,'Iv0uisana;
was recently startletV-at the appear
nnceitf Al'rX Col. .Tlianrpson " VuU
short liair Mm. Thompsoa had long
been a leader of fashion, and' her
Wealth of yellow hair-was the admir
ation of all who saw it. WIrat had
induced her to cut her hair sliort and
thus destroy one; 01 ner prtnciiai at
tractions was a mystery until she
kindly cafe the .solution of it in strict
confidence to seven of her most Tnti-
male friends C ; ' -. f 'v -1
NIf ipcaH that on the night of the
2J of May,f Col stiul tMrs. Thompson
were awakened by the Dersisteiit cry
ing of one of th cliildren in the nur
scrv which wasvon! 'therncxt floor
above. V'Mrsi Tjiomn-oiV, like a good
rmothcr, promptly arose and went to
,uie nursery 10 sec wuui was me m:u-
lei; dud gliding thai. JefTersqn P;ivis
Lee Jackson ThonipSon, aged 3 years,
was-suflVriur frOnV a!n excess of pea
nuts, she undertook, to calni' him with
kindness and paregoric;
! Menu while Col. Thompson could
not go to. sleep again. 'The nnwn was
shining into the room, and he finally
decided that he must get up and shut
the blinds. He .remained; in bed some
five or six minutes to impress this de
cision upon his'miuJ, and then, with
a' sigh, slowly arosel He hal made
uui a Miigic sieii wueu ue liihi iiijwu
somctmng round aud son, ana siunii
tiueouly. felt a .sharp prick on the
sid e of his foot. ' He k n e w a t o u t e
that, he. had been bitten by a inoc
casin, and was a dead man. .
i As soon as he was bitten the Col
ouel sprang half way across the room,
seized a suck, and proceeded to at
tack the enemy k In the dim nioon
light he saw the snake lying
near the bedpost, its dull yellow tint
contrasting with the black oak of the
bedstead. Half a dozen ferocious
blows dispatched ,thc Jotruder, which
was then slung to the furthest corner
of the noni. This done the Colonel
staggered to the bed and threw
himself down. s
1 He did not call his wife, for already
he; felt too faint to climb the stairs to
the nursery. A clammy perspiration
covered his brow. Sharp, stinging
pains made themselves felt in his foot
and lower leg, and a gh'ze seemed
creeping over ids foot aud fouud lliai
it i wa-j swelling rajiidly. His heari
was growing feebler In its action, and
a deathly nausu nearly overpowered
him. There is n remedy for theJiite
if the Bayou Grand iiuk casin, and
Col.l hoiupsuu U new that he was djV
inr and lliat in.W wi.'e mi reiurniu ' to
the: room would probab y find him a
Freseully Mrs. Thuin jis.tn made her
ipp!ear.ioce wiiit a liglned 'an,dle.
aiurally she was tided with 'horror
at the cmuliiioii of her husbajid. To
her I frenzied 1uq11ir.es; he replied feeb
ly that he had ticcn billed by a moe
easi'u and was dying. Ti:e s take he
managed to add, had been killed and
1vay lying in toe comer. To his un
speakable amazement Mrs. Thomp
son went to the corner, picked up the
dead snake, and, bringing it to the
bedside, said in a; sole. on tone:
"Thomas Jefferson Thompson, what
have you been drinking: Any other
foolj-would know that this is my back
hair." She spokeihe truth. Her
back hair had dropped from a chair
to the floor, and the Colonel, having
trodden on it and having been slight
ly pricked by a hairpin, had mistaken
it for a moccasin aud destroyed its
jusehilness by beating it with a cane.
Ijt is neeulcssto say that Colonel
mps.)ii 1 nsta nil v recovered from his
alarming ? symptom-, but he did not
attempt to sleep until he had made
Mrs. lhompxod promise that she
would never' again wear back hair
unless the Colonel should be a"poin
ted Consul at an Irish port, where
snakes are totally unknown. W. Y.
The amou nt of Water Trees A b-
sorli.7 Dr. J. MJ Anders, in a treo-
logical survey report gives l lie result
of his inquiry as to, the quantity of
water , juiinped j from the earth by
trees. -He finds ilhat the average ex
halation from softj thin-leaved plants
in clear weather amounts to about
one ; aud a quarter ounces trov orr
day 'of twelve Injurs for every square
foot of surface, i Hence a moderate
sized ,elm tree raises aud throws tf
seveirand tlirec quarter tons of water
per day. In lite -report the facts are
applied to wliat is going on w Ameri
ca, where certailn inland fertile dis
tricts" are- becoming converted into
deserts by wholesale clearings; and
in other places,'such as the plains of
Colorado, where ouly five or six
years of irrigation and planting have
already produced i measurable in
crease of rainfall. It is maintained
lliat; the deserts pyria; and Africa are
the results of cutting down trees, and
that, original luxuriance may be re
stored by skillful plautiug. Detroit
Free. 'Vestui U$ ' h r - r f ' !
Pay as you go, if you want to be
prosperous and happy, -
, "If man wants to own the earth,
Kvhat does woman want ?" inouired
Mr. Grab of his better half, after a
fijjoily. matinee a','few:r-days f ago.
" Well,., my dear," respond ed that
lady, in a gentle, smothering tone, "to
own the uian, I suppose.." . .
HkTE,nEATE3T ENEMYr to children
as worms, i Shriners Indian Vermifuge will
sive tkcm from rain if. used according to
the direction . : : b
"'"v ruitjuake 1111110 Vale of
, - a uiJsoatrn trntn hpnnnsmr-!
India, says, that the city ;was visited by I
a frightful earthnnaVft! laat' Siinav
rrK nuu 1 x 1 .
feuuflf wxuca occurred at intervals
of W mPiinf t -iii-
;Ftr ffrt ofhe ifity 4.
troyea ana;, tne cavalry barracks yis a
, - 1 "tic VA Kicaii. JVJiCHV-C.
mass of ruins, t if t y persons are known
to have been killed, and hundreds of
injiired onjes have already : Been taken
from the general wreck. The total loss
ollifeVor the numbsr of naitnedust
reiojiiin nhknown for some days, as many
of the inhabitants, still lie buried in the
When the shoeks were first feltand
people redlized that hey were being
subjected to- the awful possibilities of
uu eaxwiiiuaite, ine wiiaest panic seized
them, iij-eryone able to" do. so rushed
from the tumbling houses and fled to
the boats on the river and on the lakes,
or .sought the open country.
. The terrified mhabitants are now en
camped oi the elds that surround the
town. Serinagur is the centre of the
Vale of Cashmere, and that whole ter
ritory Has experienced terrible earth
quake shocks. ;; f The damage caused
throughout the j valley , is enormous.
The loss in cattle alone is very great.
The affrighted -people seem to be utter
ly helpless, and succor is being sent
them as riapidly ashey Indian authori
ties can organize i .relief." ' x
Many of ' the houses yet standing
show large rents in the walls, and must
be razed to the ground. The shocks
have not ceased," and this fact greatly
retards the work of rescuing the people
pinned down in the debris, and it is
feared many of these must perish be
fore they can be reached by the relief
An Amehican Venice. A citi
zen of' Jacksonville, Forida, has hit
upon a wonderful idea, aud he has
done it, too, upon very slight provo
cation. The correspondent of, one of
the newspapers chanced to Remark
that traffic in Bjy street, Jackson
ville, was well nigh as noiseless on
account of the saud as are the pictur
esque waterways of Venice; and
straightway it-flashed into the quick
and imjrcuious brain of a reader of
this remrrk -vthat it would be very
easy fr Jacksonville to. have streets
not only as quiet as thoe of Venice,
but watery. The sand is easily dig
ged; why not excavate the streets to
a dep h of a dozen feet, and let the
river into thet improved canals, thus
establishing water wavs through the
city 3 thei etirreot wuuhl keep these
streets cjeao, lie argue., while the
iMvelty of the p'an tit' this improvis
eil Venice could 'not fail to draw to
Ja.ui!toti vjllo many of those winter
traveler." who are the delight of the
enterprise! of the plac.
J he suggestion seems to us a very
happy on('. There is no reason what
ever that Europe should continue to
exult in an old, worn out Veoiei
when we are perfectly well able t.
have a brand new one any day wc
choose to lake the trouble.
Pithy Sayings of Itev. Sam. Jones.
Here ar some of they pithy sayings
of the Rey. Samuel Jones, of Georgia,
who i3 contacting an extraordinary re
vival at ashville, Tenn.r "What is
culture wqrth if it's nothin' but white
wash on aj rascal?" "Td rather be in
heaven learnin' my A B C's than in
hell reading (ireek. Some preachers
are so elegant that they speak of hell
as the 'burnt district,1 but this sort of
dignity is! the starch of a shroud."
"Heaven is on dead level with every
good man,' and every good man will be
provided f0rin some way." "Will hon
est men starve? God will feed an honest
man if he has to put the angels on half
rations." i"Be honest and pay your
debts. There's too many men in the
church bearding with their wives."
"Pull up your doubts by the roots and
you'll final a seed at the bottom, and
that seed s shu", "A lie is always on
the down grade, but the truth you have
to hitch an engine 0."
.The nuserahle Internal Revenue
system (wj still' call it miserable if it
is now in the hands of Democrats)
should be abolished as iniquitous and
unjust in every respect. The poor,
destitute women aiid children of the
country pay the tax on whiskey and
tobacco, because their poor husbauds
and fathers use those articles exten
sively. IjL was very unfortunate for
the Democratic party that thei odious
and unjust tax was not abolished be
fore the Government went into Demo
cratic hands. The Democrats of North
Carolina, in Siate Convention, have
frequently denounced the internal
revenue tstx and the whole iniquitous
system, and they must continue to de
nounce il, no matter who fills the
revenue offices. Every Democratic
stump speaker, last year, denounced
the odious tax and corrupting system,
and if they now refuse to denounce
it, because Democrats hold the offices,
they are unworthy of trust, and in
consistent from selfish motives.
In Michigan they assess! a dog $1
tor being a dog. In Tennessee they
assess a tnan 50 cents to become a
doctor. It costs half a dollar more
to be a log in Michigan tnan a doc
tor in Tennessee. Don't be a dog.
Battle Creek (JicA:) Moon.
UcntlrniAn . nn.r -r.-ifllrc'- nt hinrr made.
SatiniK:tioii Vguarnnteed.VWill aTsokeep
Warding house. Residence southeast end
lot Inmost root . 1
; m v n i t o i qq
lalisbury. C. June 2d4585
Take -Notice! 1X1:
ot J n. askui, ana wm take orders for n
stove la the United States. Paichiujr and mendinjr,
all wort done in ue neatest style. So matter bow
uituijr uur drove is oroken or worn, i can maK n
as good as new Work done at your Lome.
Dont worry Over that stove but send for friS find
have It fixed at on;e. JOUN A. 3HI HPI1Y. ,
aaiiioury, w une tn, 33:im
Administrator's Notice h-
t Ifaving, qualified nsy Administrator iof
the estate ot C. J. Jailer deceased, ;I hereby
giv notice to all persons wlio have claims
against me estate oi saia J. j, jjiuier to
present the .same to me prcperly nut hentji
eated withia one year from t his date, Jtr
this notice will be plrad in bar of thir
recovery. Ail persons indebted to "the
estate of said CVJ. Miller, are requested to
make immediate pavment to me.
S. II. VILEY, AdmV. of
C. J. Miller decM.t-
Salisbary,'K. C. June 1st, '85. .
'. liare tm sale at prices and terms
to suit the times, viz :
The celebrated Morgan " New Clipper'
SEYMOUR MOWERS guaranteed to give
satisfaction or no sale.
-The Newark Machine Company's
Improved Horse Rakes, Straw
Cutters and Grain Drills,
superior to any ever brought to Rowan.
PIEDMONT WAGONS, BUGGIES,
of the very best makers at-surprisinglylow
The Wairons, Mowers, Rakes, and
Grnin Drills can be. sold on long tinnMn
pnrchasers so desire.
Triumph Reapers and Self-Binders,
sold this year only on orders, but at prices
astonishingly low. J. A. iiOYDJA. -J
Salisburyu-June 4th, 1885. A
0 HOUEY HADE! $
can bsiIm C.0O U
$1.00 par ttf at
raulnj for tin
20 Per Cent
MIif -SM per year; wUl
SO eau ac2.
B. F. Avery & Sons Louisville, Ky.
Mr. T. C. A., of Atlanta, desires to say
liat '"I have boon a custa.it' sufferer with
Q. and G. for iv-r two yens; have laik-d
to secure relief from any S:).irje until I oit-j
tained Kinth, two lmti.cs of wltkli e'feet
t?d st si cutir cure without any loss of time,
.han jc of diet or tin) ,'iue. of any iatcruai
One bottle of tt. Ii. B. will purify your
SEND YOUR WOOL
THIS NEW FACTORY '
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ufa turin;.' Woolen Goods such as have nev
er before been offered to our neonle, are
within the reach of the entire Wool grow
We manufacture JEANS, CASSIMERS,
FLANNELS, LINSEYS, BLANKETS,
YARNS, ROLLS, &c.
Soliciting a liberal patronage of our peo
ple, we are respectfully,
Salisbury Woolen Mills.
JSlT'OSicc at o!d Express Office.
May 28th; 1883. S2tf V
I have sold my Retail Gro
cery Department to Mr. Iladen,
but will continue the
Commissioa Grocery Bnsiness
at my old stand. Will also buy and sell all
kinds of Country Produce, bpecial atten
tion given to consignments of Fruits,Chick-
ens. Eggs, Butter, &c, assuring to farmers
tlfe highest cash prices. "-
All those indebted to me are earnestly
requested to come forward ami settle with
out delay and save cost.
May 28, '85. (32:4t) J. D. McNEELY.
SALE OF TOWN LOT!
Br virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County, in the case of Jos,
Ilorah, Adm'r of Daniel Chambers, dece'd.
against Daniel Chambers and others, I will
sell at public auction at the Court House
door in Salisbury, on Monday the 0th day
of July, 1885, One Lot in the town cf Salis
bury, South VVard,on the North Carolina
Railroad, adjoining the hands of Oscar Sum
uer, Nancy Wiseman and Joseph Ilorah,
containing one half acre.
Terms One-half cash, and the remain
der in six months with interest Irora day
of sale at eight per cent.
JOSEPH IIORAII, Adm'r.
May 23, 1SS5. 5t
By P. M. HALE, Printsr to the State.
SatscrlUe to your Horn, Paper and par for It, and
una jrtun w W pij I8r J'OUf
Stats Democratic Paper,
tlie RALKian Kkgistxu. Each new suu.sf rihpr. r.
YJ' t- V"''"i-
10. m r
mlttlns fi rtlrect. I entitled to tlie Rkgisteb for one
year and td WEBSTER s PRACTICAL DICTION
ARY, wtit'ju uaui Aajrast t, t85, is oar.cd as a
pretiiiuia. Sample copies ot tae Kezlsttr matted oa
31 .., . Au::Gm,N.c. .
fHough on Jratt?
C!enrs ut ratPj mice; rlache?,1 file?: antjf.
.Palpitation, Dropsical Swellings, Di?i,
ness Ind i geRtiou IIcadacie, Sleeplessness
cared by "p Wells' Health Beuewer. . i
! ''Kouffh oa Corns.n
Ask foij Wells' 'Rongh bnCorns.,1 15cts.
Qoick complete care.- Hffrd or soft cams,
warts, bunions. ; . - i f
, - f 'Buchtx-Paiba" - 1 i . '!'
Quick, complete cure otallJvidnej, Blad
der and tfrinarv diseases: Seal dins; Irrira!
lion. Stone, Grarel, Catarrh ql the Illadder.
ttVrugts. . j , u ; .
-. t Bed-BngvIJies.., ! i
Flies, roaches, ants, bebups, rats, mice,
cophershipmuhks, cleared out by -Rough
on RaU2n. 13c-.-- I'r,; ::j .
'. it Thin People. , i
"Wells Health Renewed" restores health
and Tijror; cures"Dyspepsi4, Impotence, Sex
ual Debility, ft. f ;
I "Hoaglren Sain." : ' ;Li
Cures cholera, colic, cramps, diarrhoea,
aches, pains, sprains. hca$ai he, neuralgia,
rheumatism. 20c. Uouylv oaJPaLn Plaster,
15 ctg- 1; .. . -I -. !,
1 If you arc failing, broken, worn ont and
nervous, use "Wells1 Health Renewer. $1.
Druggists. 1 ':
; ! ! Life Preserver. !
If you are losing ytuirigrip on life, trv
"Wells' Health Renewcr.'J Goes direct to
weak spots: ' -
f lBonghonPlei.M li
Cures! Piles .tor Hemorrhoids. Itching,
Protruding, -"BJeeding, Internal .or other. !
Internal and external remedy m each pack
age. Sure cure, 50c. Druggists,
Ladies who would retain' freshness and
vivacity, don't fail to tryWell' Health
Rencwer." t I .
f "Bough on Itch "
"Rough on Itch" cares humors, eruptions,
rinsworm, tettersalt rheum, frosted feet
chillblains. y. '.,
j "Boigh on Catirrh;'
Corrects offensi re odors'at once Com
plete cure of worst chronic cases, alsoune
qualed as gargle lor dipthpria, sore throat,
toul breath. 50cts. J
The Hops of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, party,
Bcrnwuj ana aciicate, use " wells llenltn
Renewer." - . .
. Catarrh of the Bladder.
Slinging, irritation, intlamutioD, all Kid
ney and Urinary complaints, cuied by "Bu-
chu-Paiba " $1.
"Water Bngs, Bpaches."
'Rongrron Rats" clearK them out. also
iKUii CUAlt.E. f L. 11. CLEMKNT.
CRAIGE & CtEMEKT,
Attomoyis J.t Xj,T7e-f"
Sai.isuukv, X C. - .
Feb. 3rd, 1831. I
N'j Hot 3 Torror !
1 Hj in v.t iii ,h,e pfC,.
ratfiii ii irv a iri-
n.Hio more iuetiruu
lf bfiu tit wa'over Its-
'lowtawn tlie luothers
ot llic world.
No Hcr3 Dangi
H&Tl l not on 1 v pliort
eiisthetliiieoil.rborand leenlitli-e ii,ten4iv of
iiaifi.LtJt better ihanall
it yrei.lly uMniinUhes
.ne danger to lift? f
otli mother and , UU,1
and leave the niolher
a condition hij-h.y
lavoraible to xpecdv re
over and(arIe.-H lia
Je to flooding, convul
ions and oilier alartn-n-4
to inj,'erinand painful
lab .r. It truly wonder
ful eflicacy in thio re
spnrl entitles the Motli
er'8 Friendto bi rank
d ax ope of the life nav
r,o applianitB given to
ie world by the diocor.
.ries of modern science.
Fronrtlie natiirof the
c:is it will of t our be
nnderK(fiod lliat we can
not publish ceitincate
The Dread of
Safety and Easo
conceridnthiH Itf nudy
wiinoiil wounding live
d-rie:iev of the wrilrr!.
Yet have hundreds
of mit-lf testimonials en
file. mwl no mother who
h.is once iwed. it will
everagain he wiihont it
in her time of trouble.
A prominent physician lately rtmaiLtd to
the proprietor, that if it wtie adniiHlde o
make public the letter we receive, ihe "Moth.
cr Friend" would outsell anything on tht
I most earnestly entreat every-female ex
pecting to he confined to ubj Mother's Relief.
Cooided with thi entreaty1 I will ndd thai
during a long obstetrical practice (44years),l
have never known it to fail to produce a safe
and quick delivery. ! '
H.J. HOLMES, M. D, Atlanta, Ga.
Send for onr Treat! on "Health and Hap
piness of Woman," mailed free.
Bbadkielo Regulator. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
7 TAPE WOP.
An eminent German scientist Jias recent
ly discovered from a root extract, an abao
lute tpeeifie for Tape Worm
It is pleasant to take and is not distress
ing to the patient, but is peculiarly sickea
iua; and stupefying to the Tape Worm,
which loosens its hold of ts victim and
passes away in a natural and easy manner,
entirely whole, with Head, and while still
alive. . . .
One physician has used this specific in
over 400 cases, without a si iule failure to
void worm entire. Success guaranteed. No
pay required until removed with head.
Send stamp for circular and terms. '
HBYWOOD Cl CO.,
19 Park Place, New York.'
Mav 30, '34. ly
"W2 ASK ALL" '
InTerested in Hides, Fur Wool, Roots,
Feathers, Beeswax, Bnttei Cheese, Eg.qp,
)ried Fruity Poultry, Hay and Produce
gene ally-to send for our Price Current?.
Prompt returns on fl,M Consignments.
. Trial Shipments Solicited. '
R. L. WILLLVMS & CO. I
Geseral Commission 3Ieueiiants, -OSce,
ICD.JWiliiam 5t., New YoikV
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To t'ie nocds of tha tonwif, cw ?
traveler andliew spf tier, K--i'.-'trr' -r,'u.
ach r.iticid is peculiarly Rilnpieii sih'-elt
EtrinilictiS the rligrptive. orin?. "H- i'
tul influences. It nraovts uu-.l x.i'-tt
mjrtam! Jcvcr, .eoutitipan'on, lvsi.i-Li',
healthurtly f tirnnlatc3 t!.c t.ldc" ' s;.
bladder, untkt'nrichea ' as will ai'nurlS
the blood. Wlwa. -ovcrcon:--' !:v .-.Usx:.
wht!iir mental orpiivsic:ff, tko T.oa:j
and di'li!itntcd find it ali;iij!e scinvc 'a
reacwctl ctrcnth and comiort. For sals
oy au J-nrugiibt9 ana yi-alwra gcc
IT1 HE UNnE,srf;NEi-h:i3 bought tie wfil
I S I known Kovtani roi'-xtv mil
STOXF. QUAUHV of E. E. rinliirs. arcea&al,
and will continue to supply "the pnb:ic dt
mand ror'Mlll Stones rromlUs tEBKT9
gkit so well known turoutrhout th;$ cennirr
tor Its superioilty tor Mill Stoscff. .i;.r.t.t i m.i
'-or Ornami-nial purpes s,;Moi.uueji;s, ici ic, ua
alsio be bad at tills qu.u ry. Adrlross, . '
- J. T. YtATT, ha'lliluryTx r.
Tlie Cacapf-st, Safest, and Most irwiitjjlJfeti
suranee now offered tlie public is found ia tbrVtl
Icy Mutual, which enables you to carry a il.CMUfr
p licy at at) actualavtvragfe cost ot j.eo pciiancnts :
! 3. w. Mckenzie, Agent,
May 80. 1SSS.1 j ' SaliecckV. N. Ci
And all Bilious Complaint9
Kale to take, bcin? partly vfcfab!': no jrii
Ins. lYice Z3 cts. All Unix. ;
0,'S4. ly. '
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