Western North Carolina EaU Eoad Co.
GENERAL PAS SENG EH OF Fluty
Salisbury, N. C, Sept. 6th, 1885.
tlie 6th inst, the following Schedule will be operated
On and after
by this Company
TbIihNo.1I Tkaix No. 3 Mailt Lill&HMX No. 2 TbainNo.4
a,., i f .vi krv I Imv i Arv. Leav lArv. leav
io ; '4
6.30! Salisbury. . .
8.14 Statksvillr . . .
11 .25 Hickoky
12.25 Jcard . jt
59: Marios ii.
i Round Knob...
5. 18j! Black Mountain
6.47;'Spabtanbubo Ju ;
AsiIKVII.I.E . .. . -ii
Waum Springs. .
Vr.t. No. T
9.49i Abbeville. . . . . .
10.29i Hominy .......
10.581 TnuxpiKE ..ir..
11 .261 Pigeon River...
;11.54j Clyde..... 1
12.20; W A YNES VXLLE ..."
2.29 Sylva.... .....!
2.41, Webster ......J
p. m.i 'Charleston . . .;
Train No. 8
3 37; 8 39
8 12' 3 17
2 45! 2 47
2 00; 2 25
12 34:12 35
11 56 11 57
11 45111 46
10 54 10 55
a.m. 10 09
Round Knob is Breakfast station for Train No. 1, and Supper
station for Train Na. 2.
Trains Nos.. 1, 2, 7 and 8, run daily.
3 and 4, run daily except Sunday.
T. E. Me 15 EE, Supt.
W. A. TURK, A. G. P. A.
REGISTEE TOUR DEEDS.
The Earl of Slmftcrsbury is dad
Two liun-lrcil Pic&an Indians are
out on the war-path in Montana.
Senator Uiai.i says his educational
bill will be re-introduced in the Senate.
Bengal, India, has 3,600 square
miles of its territory under water from
Gen. Tojmls, one of the really
great men of Georgia, is said to be
failliog in mind.
The proposed rcorgaiiiz-.it ion of t lie
Civil Service Commission was consid
ered in a Cabinet council on the 1st
The greatest, events of an age are
its best thoughts. It is the nature of
thought to fiud its way into action.
Temperance is reason's girdle and
passion's bridle; the strength of the
son 1, and the foundation of virtue.-
The best part ef our knowledge is
that which teaches us where knowledge
leaves off and ignorance begins. O.
The man of understanding reasons
only according to what he has learn
ed; but the man of genius according
to himself.- Lorraine.
Men often preach from the house
tops while the devil is crawling in
through the basement windows.
Good is slow: it climbs. Evil is
swift; it descends. Why should we
marvel that it makes great progress
in a short time?
This fall the President will proba
bly visit Richmond, Va.
It is better to have good habits than
to have a fortune.
Dude "You love me then, Miss
Lydia?' ? L villa "Love is ierhans
: some w hat too much to say. At least
1 have sympathy fir you, because
your face re-em bles so much that of
my poor dead Fido-"
Some Eastern poetess asks the con
undrum: "Oh, where does beauty
linger?" Our office hours are from
eight to six; inoruiagM,uoousaud even
ings generally at home, or out walk
ing with the family. Peek's San
A gentleman whose family consists
of a wife and twin girl babies came
in very late one night and went to
bed. II is sleep was broken, aud he
tossed and tumbled, and mumbled
something about "two of a kind" and
a "small pair." "Poor John," mur
mured hta wife; "he is tired and is
dreamiug of the children."
"What was the trouble at church
this morning?" inquired one Dakota
citizen of another; "I understand
there was a row." "Oh, it didn't
amount to atiytuing. Some of the
members in the hack pews threatened
to shoot the mi uister unless he spoke
louder. That was all."
Doctor (who has been sent for at
2 a. M.,): "Madame, pray send at once
for the clergyman and, if you want to
make your will, for the lawyer."
Madam ( horrified): "And shall
I send for the undertaker too, for
ueaveu s taker
Ex-Senator David Davis tells a story
Tl 1 mi .... J
A STUBBORN CASE OP SCROFULA.
I hare been afflicted with Scrofula from
my infancy, and in consequence have al
ways been a frail and delicate, creature. I
might truthfully say that I was raised
chiefly n mercury and potash. These
remedies for the time being would dry up
cue tearful ulcers, with wbich I suffered,
but they would return with greater vio
lence. I was the merest shadow as to form
and person. My digestion was all deranged
and my existence was most wretched.
Everything that could be done, but no
permanent benefit was derived. At last a
great tumor came on my neck below the
left ear. It increased in size until ray head
was forced to the right shoulder and in
Ignis ungainly and uncomfortable position.
1 was compelled to carry my head. The
doctors decided that it was there to stay
as long as life continued, and for many
years it did remain. In March, 1884, at
the suggestion of Colonel John Trtylor I
was induced to try Swift's Specific. My
system responded to the medicine prompt
ly, and I began to improve, froni almost the
first bottle. That fearful tamor has all
disappeared, and every appearance of the
disease has left ray person exeeot a small
hard lump on the right side of my neck.
ana mac is disappearing- rapid! v. From a
fragile little girl I have developed into as
healthy and robust young lady as there is
In the neighborhood. Swift's Specific is
the only remedy that has ever given me
atfy permanent relief, and I am in better
health and weigh more than I ever did in
ray life before. My old friends scarcely
recognize me since this wonderful change
has been wrought in ray appearance. My
gratitude is unbounded for what this
medicine has done for me.
MISS TOMMIE EMBRY.
LaGraangc, Ga., May 14, 1885.
T ratise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 8, At
lanta, Ga. N. Y., 157 W. 23d St.
The General Assembly of North Carolina do ena,et:
Section- 1. That section otig thousand f.w b,mdrd nA f fi. J !X developed where
rVwia )ia of i-i.i i.i svuf- f ii. n i ... r ii ii m -fcx I e experiences
uc oxiiv&cu uuk, txixw kuc xuiiuwiijg juscii-fu ui neu inereoi . in o convey-
. . . "'j
Sympathy is a fellow feeling for w i m7 Uful 38 a hmfc to stmnP
r - " .. . D I arkoa trove Himnr fK
any one in trouble; it can only be ful- ?tTT TVg tneJc10ming campaign
. J - . . . ' . J I ( Ini' (in XT WHO fill ilia oinmn
.retheic have been he had occasion to say, UI know no East
no West, no North, nn Smith " "Thorv "
Be not ready to quarrel; avoid eaths said one of his hearers, "Wd better go
nee of land, nor contract to convey, or lease of land, for more than three years f n0t.rca7 WV avo,d one f hearers, "you d better go
. , .... . J1 . ' - uan inret Jreare and passionate adjurations, excess of home and study up your leogerphy."
shall be valid to pass any property, as against creditors or purchasers, for a val- laughter, and outbursts of wrath. u& broke me all up says Mr. Davis,
naVtlo dnnciil oy.if iin f i-nrn f Vi m ilAnn n 1 1 i. n 1 1 1 'PK i4!..I. I . C J i I find frrkni f Kof nn fill f V -
uuvii tiuiu wcuwjj, uaigiimui, ui icssur, out irom me regisira-i jluvj uiduuu uui uuuiduuu me rea
? 11 ; ii m' ..... I V nil ; t . 1 1
son of man. Rabbi Iechiel.
'lion thereof within thft eonntv whrp th lnnrl Hoth flinf
j j .v, vvu 1 UtCllil lull M C , CLKll
the provisions of this act shall not apply to contracts, leases or deeds already Mortal joy is ever on the wing, and
erecnted, until the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighty- hard to,bM; it can only be kept in a
PJj f,fh fuf 1 j 1 . 'sed With silence we best
and from that on till the close of mv
address there was no personal masrnet-
ism in my bursts of campaign elo
Provided further, that no purchase from any such donor, bareainor or K LrTS JSLL
..... . ,. , .... . - - guuni mo iiLisii- K"wt BWItliy II
IT snail avail or pass title as asamst anv unregistered deed pxAnfl
-' o ) - ku tuuioiica 11 a 111 1 liint iwnwuu iiaaie IO
a . s t-v 1 ii t .... L . ... . .. ... A'....
ne nrst aay 01 jjecemoer, one tnousand eight hundred and eighty-five, when? raie the lid. Schiller,
the person or persons holding or claiming under such unregistered deed shall a .
h. in the actual possession ul enjoyment of such land, either in person or by God I.Je changed things so much a, fc?2
i - .v kuuuw, uu viikj wuic vj. 111c MccuMuu ui bucii seconu aeea., or
when the person or persons claiming undet or taking such second deed, had at
the time of taking or purchasing under such deed actual or constructive notice
of such unregistered deed, or the claim of the person or persons holding or
Show Negro Killed.
The body of a colored man which had
been run over by the cars was found on
t . ...,,,.1 .1- .ii .
t- 1 m 1 1 Mi i am wan uacn. ueur me resiaencc o
Rich pilgrims and zealous men of Mr. Lyndon Swaim on Frida morni
od have changed thinea so much at -v : a i a 6
t i , i , , , , "u iwuguucu uj oouy 01 me man,
Jerusalem lately that land there has but he was supposed to belong to Cole's
. ... 7 " ? .v " l snow, liewaseiven aonroDriate burial
by the town commissioners. Greensboro
dwelling houses have been erected.
In five vears the South has increas
ed its productions $300,000,000. As
John Sherman has not been Secretary
. Thatry TJ" hlding ' or claim- HZS
lilff title iheranndor oTonfiul ,nm f V.. j T ,1 , J .
rrnr "TT' y-y"w w mo moi uy ujl uaiiuury, one tnousana cannot accouat for it.
uuiuucumiujr-uvu, may nave me same recorded without proof of the Dr. VV W Mvers a well-known
Sucked the Poison.
At Fort Jervis, Charles Faurot. a lad.
performed a very heroic act that deserves
COHimfiWOPfttinn .Trtlin T.n 17r
.... ... . I -a-'i . iu icis. i nr i-K Down .- ... u "wu iii a. ice, a v um-
eXeCUtlOn thereof : Provided, that snr.h nersnn nr naNnnc cV.oll M.l ... a: .1 - I hLumm. f i u i . I n.anion una Kit.tnn i, i,. u 1
, . r w piaviio ouoii Ultutc cUl iiiliUrt I '"joivmu ui x lllBUIIljr. X UU II lias I 1 " mma vuo tc5 uy u luriCC
. vre oeiore ine omcer having jurisdiction to take probate of such deed that the Pee arrested charged with raising a ulowms aaaer, a very venomous snake.
iwunfnr ,i.-. t u j.-j jai . .. . . Inroinissnrv iiwfpfmm R19fi in ftQ9A aurot at oncestriDDed the stockinc frnm
the foot and applied his lips to the wound
nnn aimlrnj .n..: ...... IT. .
rpi. . . . . - , , , , i ov-r.w mu jioisuu. xio aiierwaras
xue . peuuon oi cue oaiva- restored to consciousness the lad who had
grantor, bargainor or maker of such deed, and the witnesses thereto are dead or
cannot be found, and that he, she or they cannot make proof of their hnnrl.
writing. Said affidavit shall be written upon or attached tosuch deedand the-
w - -r wuvu w ouuu uccu, uxiu nie a i . 'vowiiwi w tuusciuusiicsi tne iau wno naa
-me, together with such deed, be entitled to registration in the same manner SSfcJSuTSjrf VSSZi VTSfi phySiCiaD diLn0t rrive
and with the same effect as if nrnvA in tk. u ,. S.V Ue"y. ..FT" . to " ? ?" hlf n hour, and be said the boy had
other deeds. ' ' ZZ&ZLTITZSSL !!! ? 5 H- ? Charicy Faurot.
"l",UM-" ;'uo " wt lung, aim Mnrnina Rtnr
TU.f .ii J..J . .. .. ioAonrtA morning star.
xuttv .tu ueciis,mi,racis or leases, Deiore registration, except those f4!'""'" Biguaiurea.
i. i 1 - i . . . mi n , i n i
Mentioned in section two hereof, shall be acknowledged by the grantor, lessor
or ine person executing the same, or their signatures proven on oath by one or
The Central Park board of New
xork is very much worried at the
crumbling of the Egyptian obelisk.
The Bosotn GirL
It is said of the Boston girl who
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wiwrcsaea mme manner prescribed by law, and all deeds so executed t i . i i t . , It A 77 -V P .
. , : ... . r J 1 uww 80 eecucea ana Jt is said to be due to the st-ver iv M cot lost up in the Catiki s t he nfbr
registered snail be valid and pass title and estate without livery of seizin, attorn- our winters. Scientists are trying to that she shouted in an intellectu-
devise some way to prevent it. "e ot voice: "1 require assistance
As a general rule, that society
from some honorable man of culture
and refinement." When the farmer
agreeable than that where it is spoken J ZTT I h wa8l,e,.nB K bdck
A i...i:.. ...i j.. . 1 . to the hotel she askdl him if he was
1 11 ... k . 1 i
wnure uauerv is acieu is much more
ment or other ceremony whatever.
Bsc. 4. That for the probate of all deeds, including the privy examination
of any feme covert executing the same, executed prior to .Tannarv firf
thousand eight hundred anoeighty-five, the clerk shall receive fifteen cents for
en name, and the register, for recording the same, fifty cents for the first
three copy sheets, aud five cents for each additional conv sheet.
OKJ. 0. 1 hat this act shall be in force from and after the first day of De- ('). and returning all the com pi i
eember, one thousand eight hundred and eiVhtv-fi nnA iU cu ox-i ments paid you.
hall cause the same to be published in at least three newspapers in each judicial .ld Putty moistened with muriatic
Jiatint in fha Cfuf-A t,. . .1 I a -' " n rl 1 1 will immnilinlal IV
iui iA weeas Deiore said day, and shall furnish to each i ' " "
filerk and retrister in fh Rfof o u. x a. . , . "d easily removed.
' r- -v- fvuiv c tuw iiunni . 1.1 1 i it nricron i r t h mv. -v- riii i
s-riater f U. l, lIIT! X Vv ... Aae . or erysipelas, make a decoction of
. r wuliIJjr BUttU or cause w pd m four public plantain leaves. Apply the wet leaves
and deference do not re
quire you to make tine
pressing your sense
O IV. Y l I I n r - Ki.am!Iva. 4 it L A At A
"! 'rtf. JfaSk ! Ifta had read S
"f,Ur;0,l,."f I .5 the Spiritual world." Ami
when he said "No," she forgot to
mk him for his assistance. N. Y.
Like Begets Like.
, , . r w w pwiu in xour puDiic piauiain leaves. Apply tne wet eaves A lazy bov makes a lazv mm W
of tj Prior to the time when to thejoflamed parV and lay a wet aa a crkjp?g mS Tket
the act shall go mto effect, printed notices explaining the proYisions thereof and r pf ln - s?lutioI ver them. tree. Who ever saw a boy grow up in
nntifvincr oil namina ;. x : i .i . . Use th li:ivea worm nml ft-o nr.,, 1 ifllnxaa fVinf .li.l ..f JL ui.i
j uibcicBbcu wj compiy witn the provisions of said act. I ' "utnuj, . um uu. mane u suuut'ss
Tnfll ii-a..;, . To prevent the hair from falling 78" when he became a man, un-
UZ rnr' mmed thla 27th day of out, nse 0, cmnce of aromatic snir its lnQ nM1 a teffc him p
riiruarv. a. ij.. tn i - - i . i
Febrnary, A. D., 1885.
STATE OP NOBTH CAROLINA.
Office of Seceetary of Statu-, p
7 wxixuji wi. tj A OOO
iffiSb5SaS Ml Lforego ls a
V U a trif ------
.1 a n nni . f
of ammonia, on. ounce of spiri,, ET1,, as?
rosemarv. one ounce nf mrin. . i , i""'tA" . llti,c
i . 1 ' r.- 7 V 6V" , come 10 what they are, by being
three drams of tincture of canthar des. Wmolif :ji.L. ,g
and rosewater enough to make eight constitute the business part of the com-
Ounces. Ann v (hn nroiMrolwin i xi i , . .
. ; .iiv Mivifiiiniiuii jiw 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ml I. V l.niiuo nT n r m t, I - M l. J
1.. - 11. . O I VI vrv. iwiu lUilhC Will UICUL U11U
morning by rubbing it on the useful men, were taught in Sieir boy-
"wu w uc juuusinous.
iiough on rats.,,l
Clears out rats. mice, roaches flies, ants.
- . 3
TTart Painq f
P.i 1 nit At inn 1 1 1 Vi olliri rro TW,
ness, Inl ideation. Headache. Shnlessiiesfl
11 . . tar . w - .
careu oy "wells' Health Heueweg."
"Rongh on Corns.!
Ask for Wells' "Rough onConis." lSets.
Quick complete cure. Hard or oft corns,
tt ill IB, UUUIUU9. I
H "Buchii-Paiba" f
Quick, comr lete cure nf all Kidnnv JKWA-
dcr and Urinary diseases. Scalding, Irrita
tion, Stone, Gravel, Catarrh ol tbks IUdilr
Bed-Bugs, Flies. I
Flies, roaches ants, bedbui's. rata.
gophers, chipmunks, cleared out irj "Rouh
UU lXiilS. IOC. 5 I
'jJL Thin People.
"Wells? Health Renewer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sex-
"Bough on Pain."?
Cures cholera, colic, cramnsi 1inrrhnA
aches, pains, sprains, headache neuralgia,
rheuiuatism. 20c. Rough on Fain Plaster,
15 cts. I
If you are failing, broken, worn nut and
nervous, use "Wells' Health Reiewer." $1.
' Life Preserver.
If VOU are losing VUBr trrin; nn Hfi. rv
"Wells' Health Renewer." Goes direct to
"Bough on Piles.1
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids, Itclnng,
Protrudtne, Bleeding. Intrnl
Internal and external remedy n each pack-
ge. oure cure, ouc. lruggit$.
Ladies who would retain freshness and
vivacity, don't fail to try "Wells' Health
wBongh on Iteh
"Rough on Itch" cures humors, eruptions,
ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, frosted feet
"Bough on Catarrh."
Corrects offensive odors ati onr?e. I :nm
plcte cure of worst chronic eases ln nnn.
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4uaicu us garble ior aintiierta, sore throat
t x. 1
loui reaii. oucis. i
The Hope of the Nation.
Children, slow in development, puny.
Business or Party Cards,
Circulars or Posters,
Letter or Note Heads,
.Books or ramDhlets.
Labels, Tags, &c..
Neatlv nrinted at this
office, rmd nt n bv mtrftma no aliuwliami
7 ' V ........ IN . tTOXO. I w ....... V.., w.w .u U . T CI V IJIHCliVy II U 1 1 V ,
business men of balisbury are mvited scrawny and delicate, use HYYells' Health
fn tail fUn.,k fkn n i : Renewer." i
w iuu unwugu KJXC X . S. IJCIU1C glVIJlg
their orders to agents or sending them
Lai ani Mi Properly
The plantation consists of 230 acres of
a. a. At t .aa.
wnicn mere is aoout ou acres ol good bot
tom. The soil is red. mulatto, and grav.
suitable for the cultivation of wheat, corn
oats, rye, cotton and tobacco, with a suffi-
cient supply 01 wood, water, meadow land,
&c. There is on the nremises a large two-
. ... . . . . . d - - ; -
siory dwelling House with six rooms, situ
ated in a beautiful oak grove with all
The Mill nronertv consists of a larce thrrn
story mill house, with 1 pair of burrs, I p'r
01 corn rocK, new tturcka smut machine,
new bolting cloth, Farror patient water
Mt l ,.1 ... 4 . . . . LA.. . J x . 1 at
mm 1 - ( x mmm iu w mm ii 17 11 ni 1111 n L r trtTm wr im. in . mm . B
cotton gin house. J36x24. with a 40 saw Hall No Mora Tarrnr f l 1 'VamaP,e Pre-
;.Y. w r:i j i . I . f.tiMu is irulT a Ir
Are yon fafllag. try AVblls' flEiLrUTT
jmraa, a pure, iiloaa, wboli8
Headacho, FCTcr, A-ue, Chin?"5
DEBILITY & WEAKHIss
Nioo to take, true! merit, uaequaled ft I
eats. Nervous WfcnknS:
lalarla, Iiaaaesa, Scxua Declu
. 8. V tu, jersey Cay, Yi. J.,
Remark r.l.lo CnWMioffiifciiTK nf w
Bladder, Inrtarjaition, Irritatton of Kid-1
VixiT-fl ft TV 1 Iddrhlnw Caaa.
eases of the Prosato Gland, Tropsicai
Smelliiuro. F.imil TUcma
race of Ur!ne,all Discuses o.' the Genito
urinary Organs in eiihor sex. For Un
healthy Or Unrnfniril nivhurmx urn
also "CLapln'B h.HC-nn Herjr," each $1.1
ror si tni us, i fi r coatrietod or
hereditary ininr. M-r e.niii'a t onsutn-1
tion latter Svnip, IS 1.00 rr botUe, and
Chanhi's RTrihilltic l iil.. istOO: andCha-
pin's Sypliilitkj silve, ii.Ob 6 bottles
Bynip. 2 of I'Uis, I Siuvp, l.y Esprcsa on
rcciapt oi sniuan or ar j rasnpis.
.1 CI .IT . ; . . . . . M
a. a. ww.i.s. Jersey . try, n. j., u. ts.
Catarrh of f-.h- TUkdrlAr
Stinging, irritation, intiaiaation.' all Kid
ney and Urinary comnlaintat cured hv "Hn-
1 - . mA
"Water Buffs. Roaches."
"Kouffh on Hats" clears It hem onf alcr,
at- r --' T
KEliU CUAlOE.t L. H. eLEUKKT
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
gin with self-feeder and condenser, and a
Liddell Boss Press. There is also a 35 horse
power engine and boiler situated between
the mill and cotton gin so that either or all
can be run at the same tsme. The proper
ty is alt in good repair and can be be run
at an v time cither bv water or steam. Pric e
$5,000 $2,000 cash, the balance as may be
The nronertv is situated on Crane Creek
3tc miles south of Salisbury. Any person
wishing to purchase such Drooertv will do
II . 1.' . ,
wen to can on or aunress
P. N. HEILIG, Salisbury, N. C
Aug. io, 1080. am.
No More Pain!
No More Bangor!
urn i.l) of scientific ub ill
and no more inMiin..'
ble bejiefit was ever be.
rlowed on the mothers
Wa-jlt not only short
lesseiii the intensity of
ain,tut better than all
il greatlv tlimi. .s.t..
To Motheror Child &,tTr t0 J'le
tmtii mother and child,
anu leaves the mother
in a condition highly
favorable to speedy re
covery, and far less lia
ble to flooding, convul
siousfand other alarm
to lingering and painful
lahoiL Its truly wonder
ful efficacy in thin re
spectentitles the Moth
er's friend to be rank
ed asjone of the life sav
ing appliances given to
the world bv the disco v.
eriesfof modern science.
t rota the nature of the
case it will of course be
understood that we can
not publish certificates
concerning this Remedy
milium wounaing ine
dflicpcy of the writers.
Yet We have hundreds
of stijch testimonials on
file, and no mother who
has once used it will
everagain be without it
in her time of trouble.
The Dread of
Safety and Ease:
xo tnc noo?n or it, .-..?, r'.mrr
traveler ami new settli-r, I! s'c:!i v'
acn umers is peeuliurly :e:!tr-r! since ii
strenjnhens tire U&i-tivi organs, r.:'J
braces the physical cntr-rtes t u;.htT.ltle
ful hiflueuct-s. is rcir.MV- :ii,d nvn
malarisil lever, conttipaiion. (ly.-i iwin,
i lthfully stimalates tlio t.i!m-ys ij
bladder, end enrich 3 as vri-M ivn vnriSr
the blcod. When c'ivor.;, bv fatigue.
Whether mental r 1 h s ; .,!,- (Tie wear)
and debilitated i ':. I it :l n-W ; ,mrc.e u
renewed Strength m:d tuui'i ji. rr mU
by ail Dfniats sr.d Dv.ih i puucrally.
j Win UNDERSIGNED has bought the welt
I XXJ twmr i w .....'..rr..r um I
K1IUWO LUt.llI aiULi
STONE QUARRY of E. E. Phillips, deceassd,
and will continue to supply the public de
mand for Mill Stones from this celkbiuti
i. hitso well known Uiroutrboul this coustnr.
iur us superiority lor MmjMones. Granite bisvka
lor Ornamental purpos -iSPiiiuineiits. 4c.. ic.raa
also be had at this iuarry. Address,
J. T. WYAT1', Salisbury, X. C,
Wbichts Indian vecei wae Pills
a take, le!n; n
Lag. rrice cts.
Dec. 20 '84. lv.
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About three years ago there appeared
n my rignt breast several bard lumps
gc me aimost intolerable
"ey continued to grow, and
veioped into what the doctors called can
Tracirisr paper, so useful for tr.m.
'ferriiip: patterns, may be easilv made
at home.. Diasolve a niece of whit
The Stars and Stripes.
mi r , m .
table pain, beeswax about an inch in diameter ilJL??aZ& fla originated in a
finally de- half a ninf f t..,r..ni nA l I " rmw?n J ingress, June 13th, 1777.
wumai inio wnat the d.ictors called can- .."C r 7z T-.f "Ttiat the flag of the th rteen United
mvrtftULbhrCa8t- n short time I found quality of while tissue paper States be thirteen striptema Sy
Seve- nnner d hmilil hovw K U,l K..T L x;. 7 V, .. 1 repie-
treat i 1 ij i r A' 9 ui, ounug a new constellation, formerly
m.ai iHlintllri Iwi Lniil l i , , . . J
total wreck. From a ml met
was reduced to a helnloas in vn li.l
ral of the beat physicians of Atlanta treats I il ft a ?
ed me for cancer, but without improving 8,luld keHt fljl-
J -""uUiuii ju me east, nnri Hnn.
a new stripe was ndnWl for oanh n-,
It is said that young ladies in Vien- State admitted to the Union, until the
,"p .V . i.i iwwt, uou nnauy i inai young lauies in V len- "A"iitieii w tne union, until the
agreeing that thev could do nothing more na wear thpir i nit in Ib wiifl.- a ;.. ,;i fliis: became too
jorme. The earner by this time w . Z , . , 7 n".. xi. 1 J ovl Y .
mw tsfcC r . . aim zoiu on I lie Drca.sts t 1 i r tiot. yuuaicw me stnoes were rtnrw fcn
111 witink !.... . . . I . the old fl 1 rfx4on anil -n..r X Z J
It IS CUriOUS to conaidor frnm wl..i
. ' - v i i iu I
the old thirteen, and now a star is ad
ded to the Union at th
each new State. . The standard flur of
nig out my very life, and for five months I
was a helpless, bedridden c rear nra A
one year ago. at the suggestion of a friend
I commenced the nse of Swift's Specfic begin
. t" ui i ue ineuicine
increase the discharge, hut o..r
or more I betran to im nrnvf an1 4-1.:.
cieriul medicine has limnki 1 i,
wnrb i nw 4i ",n.y own house- get mixed up and lost in the wash,
work, I am oerteet v fr( o rr.,n. 1 1
f . ... J USUI, UUU 1
teel like a new person a'to.retiu.r t Tn tab mM st.,mC ...l.i
. . . . - X O LUII I . " nww 1 1 1 ' 44 4144 f IICCJ m
not feel ton crmlofnl r. j . I f . . I Th er Titut- r . . . .
e T l' """ueriui re- erease stains lroin colored as wp II i ; ,r ?''"'?,fT' xanarun isairty
povery, for I am satisfied if it bad not been " - , m , , " and dissigreeable in every way It soila
rnP sifi'. c t .. . .HUltn white materials mh a hltlo rlonn Ut.. 1C sou
. ...v a upuiut 4 wouia nave been in 1 T' , , - .... .unnu8 vuuMuuauy, and isaccompani-
my grave to-day. I moat cheerfully rec- ou Bpots, and let it remain over ed ,,y a hardly ,ess annoyinjr sensation ot
'i.mZ- V "w are sunenng fwJP i" wwaioff. wasn llie spots , "6 . . "'i' ,a uiseaaeu. Tnerc is
with this fearful disease. mllL -.aa .Vllf-r iMi , nothing m the world so feboromrtiU ad:lnt.
Jake Clemohs. " ..VI JLT2LTT. ?d to this t.ouble as Parker's Hair BaTsa n.
u,y men quickly, anrt It cleanses and heals the scalp, stops the
A i id ri -ms.
Mrs. Jive o. n..yx
Aiianin, uu., April 10, 1885
1 reatise on Blood and Skin Diseses
ma ueu iree. f
j The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3L
jnco i ii v gai uieiiia wun a Hot iron.
If the color is likely to change by
using soap, litea ust? naphtha or aleo
I - ft - .
not utcaii, ui.d water.
falling hair and restores its original soft
ness, gloss and color. Is not oily, highly
perfumed, an elegant dressing. VWv vm.
oini. al. as only a small tH rAnn Hnlix I
tioii keijps the hair in perfect condition. fugo.
A prominent Dhvsician latelr remarks tn
the proprietor, that if it wire ad na usable to
make public the letters we receive, the "Moth
er's Friend" would outsell anything on the
I most earnest 1 v fntrpflt evprv fcmnlp pi.
pectine to be confined to use Mother's Belief.
I Coui) led with this entreaty I will add that
during a long obstetrical practice (44 years), I
have never known il to fait .to produce a safe
and quick deliver j. I
11. J. iiOL.MivS, M, D., Atlanta, Ua.
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i .. - -. i -
Greateit Medical Trioiaya of tha Agtl
8TMPTOJW8 OP A
Loss of oppetite, Bowels coetirc, PaTu la
the bead, with a doll seceation In tbo
back part, Pain under tbo sboulder
made, Fullness after catiagr, with adl
cM nation to exertion of hody or ml od.
Irritability of temper, Lotv spirits, with
fee Una of having- nczlec ted socio Sain
Wearincsa, Dizzlnccs, Flattersr at tha
Heart Dot before the cyo, Jleadaebo
rev the risks eye, KcstlMne3, with
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to such- cases, one .doscreiTccta sucu a
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