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Salisbury, Sept. 6th, 1886.
rt nftnr rh th inst, the followini: Schcdttlo will be operated
by this Company :
IrBAnfNo.ii train no. 8 Main Line
Arr-J Leavj ArV Leay
Traik No72 fTKAJsNql
Afv. 1 Le&r AnrJjjeay
6 30: SamsbcrI? . . .
7.541 8.14 Statestille .
2.591 2.59 Marios .
8.461 8.55!iOLD Fort...
5.17 5. 18 Black Mountain
5.38 0.06 CoorER's ....
6.45 6.47it8PAttTAN0Uil Jc
ilO. 33 10.33
iAsUEVILLB 1 . . . .
Alexanders. . . .
Marshall .. ....
'Warm SPrinok . .
Cmfv If o. 7
AhheyilLe. . . . . .
Pigeon Rives.. .
Waynesvolk. . .
WttrriiER . . . . . .
12 34 12 8.
11 66111 57
11 46 11 46
10 54 10 55
a.m. 10 09
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"Round Knob is Breakfast station for Train No. 1, and Sup
station for Train No. 2.
Trains Nos. 1, 2, 7 and 8, run daily.
Trains Nos. 3 and 4, run daily except Sunday.
V. E. McBEE, Supt. W. A. TURK, A. Q. P. A.
REGISTER 70UR DEEDS.
tthe General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
Section 1. That section one thousand two hundred and forty-five of The
Code be stricken out, and the following inserted in lieu thereof : No convey
ance of land, nor contract to convey, or lease of land, for more than three years
Bhall be valid to pass any property, as against creditors or purchasers, for a val
uable consideration from the donor, bargainor, or lessor, but from the registra
tion thereof within the county where the land lieth : Provided however,' thai
the provisions of this act shall not apply to contracts, leases or deeds already
executed, until the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighty
six : Provided further, that no purchase from any such donor, bargainor or
lessor shall avail or pass title as against any unregistered deed executed prior to
the first day of December, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, when
Ihe person or persons holding or claiming under such unregistered deed shal
be in the actual possession and enjoyment of such land, either in person or by
his, her or their tenants, at the time of the execution of such second deed, or
When the person or persons claiming under or taking such second deed, had at
the tune 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
8bo. 2. That any person or persons holding any unregistered deed or claim
ing title thereunder, executed prior to the first day of January, one thousand
eight hundred and fifty-five, may have the same recorded without proof of the
execution thereof : Provided, that such person or persons shall make an affida
vit before the officer having jurisdiction to take probate of such deed, that the
frranfiir ImrrroniAi' rv mn-... st ci1 J n J .1 i.1 "A 1 1 i .
, vi maun ui sum ucwi, uuu Liitj witnesses inereto are dead or
cannot be found, and that he, she or they cannot make proof of their hand
writing. Said affidavit shall be written upon or attached to such deed, and the
ttam A fnorafVior wifli oimli r).,n. !..- nt. I I,,,! i- 1 ' i .
, -pjv.... . vuvH uu, w t-nLiLicu wj regus irauon in ine same manner
and with the same effect as if proven in the manner prescribed by law for
Sec. 3. That all deeds, contracts or leases, before registration, except those
mentioned in section two hereof, shall be acknowledged by the grantor, lessor
Or the person executing the same, or their signatures proven on oath by one or
more witnesses in the manner prescribed by law, and all deeds so executed and
registered shall be valid and pass title and estate without livery of seizin, attorn
ment or other ceremony whatever.
Bsc 4 That for the probate of all deeds, including the privy examination
of ny feme covert executing the same, executed prior to January first, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, the clerk shall receive fifteen cents for
each name, and the register, for recording the same, fifty cents for the first
niree copy sneets, aud five cents for each additional copy sheet.
Beo. 5. That this act shall be in force from and after the first dav of D
cember, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, and the Secretary of State
nan cause tne same to be published m at least three newspapers in each judicial
district in the State for six weeks before said day, and shall furnish to each
derk and register in the State a copy thereof, to be posted in their offices. The
Agister of deeds of each county shall post or cause to be posted in four public
frLaeea in each township of his county, for sixty days prior to the time when
eact shall go into effect, printed notices explaining the provisions thereof and
notifying all persons interested to comply with the provisions of said act
the General Assembly read three times, and ratified this the 27th dav of
uo.i ) , jx. XJ., J.OOU.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Office of Secret abv nt Stiw t t
Of ins W dicluuan .
J, SAM'L McCUBBrSS,
BBUNER & MoOUBBINS.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Hie undersigned are prepared to do a
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BU8INES8,
and solicit business of that character All
real property entruared to us will be adver
tised all over the United States,
FREE OF CHARGE
to the owaer. Persons haying farm lands
forests, nnnes, or other real property Bhould
consult us at once. Special attention giv
en mineral lands. Reports, MsaJS and
maps furnished when desired 1
BRUNER & HcCCBBIN8.?
Salisbury, N. C.
By P. M. HALE. Printer to thefitate.
Subscribe to jour Some Pper and pay for it
tHen remit to pay lor your
State Democratic Paper,
the Ralsioh Bkhstikb. Bach new subscriber m
taitung W direct. Is entitled t 1 L eRKGi8TK tar n
rear and to WEBSTER s PRACTICAL Diction
AY which until August .86 Us offered aa
premium. Sample copies o ) eReglster mailed on
About three years ago there appeared
on my right breast several hard lumps
which gave me almost intolerable pain.
h,ey continued to grow, and finally de
veloped into what the doctor called can
cer of the breast. In a short time I found
my strength gone and my constitution a
total wreck. From a robust woman I
was reduced-to a helpless invalid; Seve
ral of the best physicians of Atlauta treat
ed me for cancer, but without improving
my condition in the least, and finally
agreeing that they could da nothing more
or me. The cancer by this time was eat
ing out my very life, and for five months I
was a helpless, bedridden creature. About
T r el atutbc roggrfion of a friend,
I commenced the use of SwifVs Specfic
The first influence of the medicine was to
!" ut Sin mou h
derful iiSE thwon
heal?i ,xnlclnT bM, oght back my
health again. I now do all my own Iioufq-
Effli1? Meetly free from pain, and
IS r . Dew P?rson together. I can
not feel too grateful for this wonderful 7e
forlTift' amrTSfied ifit ,,ad SI been
fZl Blood aad Skin icses
The Swift Spbcific Co., Drawer 3, !
A Chinese plav-housc will soon be
erected in Philadelphia.
-Yacht is from the Dutch verb jag-
ten, meaning to pursue swiftly.
There is not an able-bod iel pauper
in all the Cherokee nation.
Good manners is the art of making
those people easy with whom you
European goods sold 33 per cent.
cheaper in Paso del Norte, Mex.,
than in 1 Paso, lex., junt opposite.
The secret of success in life is for
a man to be ready for his opportuni
ty; when it comes. .
Stick to your own opinion if you
have one, and allow others the came
liberty to stick to theirs.
Any man who puts his life in peril
in a cause which is esteemed, becomes
the darling of all men.
Borrowers don't amount to much,
at best, but those that borrow trouble
are the most foolish of any.
Riches are good in their way, but
a rich man with a howling toothache
fails tp see much use hi money.
Jndge Bond and Hughes have de
cided that Blind Tom shall remain
in the charge of James Beth u me.
The Wilmington Star says that the
last estimate of the North Carolina
cotton crop is that it will be 80 per
A iioy employed at a coal mine
near iMiamokin leu into a box tor
preparing coal and was ground to
pieces by iron rollers.
A seat on the Stock Exchange,
New York, sold on the 9th hist, for
$29,000. and that price has been bid
for other seats.
Secretary Manning expresses the
opinion that President Cleveland will
go to JNew lork in .November to
vote the Democratic ticket.
The amount in standard dollars
put in circulation during the mouth
of September, in the regular course of
business, was $2,700,000.
The French forces in Madagascar
had an indecisive fight with the
Hovas, and lost twenty-one killed
and wounded, the Uovas last 200.
Smith Sad Misjudged Her.
Detroit Free Press.
There were half a dozen of them
holding down as many chairs in a
suburban drug store the other even
ing, when the conversation changed
to tramps, inicves ana Durglars, and
"Well, now, but Pd like to try an
experiment. I am a little skittish
about these desperadoes, and Mrs.
Smith knows it and takes advantage
to brag about her own courage. She
says she'd just like to fiud the tramp
on tne door-step who ret used to dust
when she ordered nim to."
"Well?" asked one.
"Well, suppose one-of you riff up
and go to tke front door aud demand
something to eat, and be mighty im
pudent about it? it will give her a
fcare aud stop her bragging."
I be crowd tell in with the idea,
and one of the men donned an old
hat and coat and fixed up as a tramp.
Ten minutes later he was knocking
at the side door, while Smith and
his friends were posted across the
It wasn't over two minutes after
the tramp's first knock before he
came out of the yard. He came over
the fence. He was in such a hurry
that he ran thirty rods before be
could briug up. Wheu Smith and
others reached him he had his hat off
and was feeling of his head and grit
ting his teeth to keep back a groan.
"Well," said Smith, "what did you
"Told her that I wanted a hot
supper pretty quick."
"Aud what did she say?"
"She asked whether 1 would have
boned turkey or fricased chicken, and
while I was trying to make up my
mind she kicked me on the shin,
hit me on the head with a club and
pusned me on tne steps all at oue
and the same lime."
And every one of the group look
ed back aud saw Mrs. Smith un the
street in front of the house, apparent
ly waiting for somebody s return, and
each mail gasped out:
"Well, I'll be kazooeed!
an equal start in life with their neigh
bors; Such people will never per
form their duty until a law is passed
making education com pulsy." -Char.
A 6pecial to the Richmond Dispatch
says that a very distiuct shock of
earthquake, of three quarters of n
minutes duration, was felt at 11.35
on the night of the 9th inst.. at Louisa
Uourt Mouse. Not imp has Un
heard from other points of anv dis
turbance. On the same niffht the
shock was also felt at Lviichlmro-
"Bough on rats.'
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(Successor to the Farmer & Mechanic
and the Chronicle.)
UNDER HEW MANAGEMENT!
NEWSY, BRIGHT AND CLEAN !
UP WITH THE TIMES !
The "State Chronicle" will be what its
names implies a State paper. It is uot
the Raleigh "Crouicle," and will not be
local or sectional. It will aim to keep
up with the current hews from Murphy
to Manteo, or as the (politicians put it,
froin Cherokkee to Currituck.
It will be the orgau of no man, no ring,
no section, no party. It will be demo
cratic in politics, but will not hesitate to
criticize Democratic measures aud Dem
The Supreme Court of
has granted a writ of error in the
case of Cluverius, under sentence of
death for the murder of Lillian
Chas. D. Jacobs has been appoint-
ed U. b. Minister to the U. S. of
Columbia; Chas. Foster, Consul Gen
eral to Calcutta; and D. Parlell, Con
sul at Dusseldorf.
A fire in the Charter House build
ings, a row of thirteen eight story
warehouses in London, England, de
stroyed property valued at j3,000-,
000 about $15,000,000.
A Boston bank disinfects the mon-
ev it receives lrom Montreal bv dio-
ping.it in carbolic acid aud drying it
belorc passing it along.
A man in Franklin county, Tcnn.,
wears a heard six feet nine inches in
length. He keeps about four-fifths of
it wound around a card board and
carries it in his coat pocket.
Two Troy (N. Y.) men have in
vented a machine which makes twen
ty-four thousand perfect matches in a
minute, and its capacity is expected
to reach fifteen million in ten hours.
A young woman who wants to be
a teacher in Danville, Va., is vouch
ed for by the local papers as "past the
g'ggliug age," but as "not too old to
be a very agrceaole compauion."
Blood-red note paper and envelops.
with rough edges aud surface, called
xi anvii pajjci, is ueing USeU. Jk.
lady writes: "Nobody knows how
Malidi am for buying a box of it."
Canon Farrar thinks the Ameri
can people "the most wonderful peo-
pie on tne race tne ot earth." Canon
J?arrar is going to lecture to the
American people soon.
! 'Pope Leo is said to have an income
of $1,800,000 annually, and it is sta
ted on the authority of Moris;-
Capel that the Pope's per8oualex
penses are limited to $2 a day.
A Clever Trick.
Lite in all its various phases is
made up of receiving and bestow in?.
and he he who fancies he can do with
out either loses more than half of life's
ower aud happiness.
In Arizona and northern Mexico
experiments are being made with the
castor bean for the manufacture of oil.
Ihe estimates Pive fifteen hnndrpl
lanl8 to the acre, which produce six
tundred pounds of beans worth $180.
A gentleman traveling on a railway
ost his hat. when, without a moment's
lesitation, he pitched out his hat-box
on which was his uame aud address
wisely judging that the latter would
ead to the return of the former, which
The American AnqUr tells of a
gentleman who witnessed the murder
of twenty baby trout by raosauitocs
near Denver. As soon as the trout
rose to the surface of the water and
exposed the tip of its head a mofoui-
to wouin uart upon it, drive its sting
into the brain of the fish, and pn ceed
to gorge itself with the life-blood.
Dr. Hauffe, the celebrated physi
cian of Vienna, one day received a
telegram from Cracow, requested hind
to repair thither with all haste, as
Moses Abrahamson was very ill and
required advice. This Moses wa3
known to be one of the richest men
of his tribe. The doctor, who had an
enormous practice aud was very busy
at the time, wired back:
"My fee will be two thousand
A second dispatch urged him io
come without delay, but added that
he might surely do it for less.
".Not a kreutzer less than two
thousand florins," was the reply from
Vienna; whereupon a fiual telegram
came to hand, directing the physician
to come at once.
It was the depth of winter and bit
terly cold, so that the medical man
was anything but pleased at the pros
pect of the long journey. But what
was 1ms disgust on being met at the.
Cracow railway station by a deputa-
tion of long-coated Polish Jews,
bringing the tidings that he came
too late, as Moses Abrahamson had
died a few hours before.
As there was no train back to
Vienna that day, he was perforce
compelled to put up for the night at
a hotel. Meanwhile the news of the
great doctor's arrival had spread
through the town, and sick people of
every descriptien, both Jews and
Christians, beseiged his door. So
many sick persons touched his com
passionate heart, and he freely gave
them advice they needed. Wheu at
last he got to the staiiou, and was
about to step into the carriage, a
Polish Jew came sidling up to him
with a knowing smile ou his face, and
whispered in his ear:
"I say, doctor, I only wanted to
tell you that Moses Ambrahamson
isn't dead. Not a bit of it; he was
among those patients whom you just
cured for nothing.
TERMS GF SUBSCRIPTION:
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Six months, . . . '
For a Sample Copv addres,
THE STATE CHRONICLE,
. Ealiii, N. C
Business or Party Cards,
Circulars or Posters,
Letter or Note Heads,
Books or Pamphlets,
Labels, Tags, &c,
Neatly printed at this
orhce, and at as low rates as elsewhere.
Business men of Salisbury are invited
to call through the P. O. before giving
their orders to agents or sending them
Lanfl anflMill Property
FOR BALE !
Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, antf ,
ilil . Heart Painai
Palpitation. Drnjwirjil Spelling, Dizi
ness, Indigestion, Uuadache Slecpfcssness
cured by "Wells' Health Rcnewer."
"Bough on Corjis."
Ask for Wells' "Rouirh on Corns." lScts.
Quick complete cure. Hardor sort corns.
i i - all m
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. I "Buehu-Paiba" .
Quick, complete cure of afPKiduev. Blad
der and KJrttiftrj diseases. Scalding, Irrita
tion, Stone, Gravel, Catarrh of the Bladder.
Plies, roaches ants, bed hues. rats. mice.
gophers, chipni links, cleared out bv "Rough
on Rats." 15c.
- Thin People.
"Wells' Health UeneweY' restores hmlth
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sex-
"Rough on Paii."
Cures cholera, coiic. cranfns. flinrrWa.
aches, pains, sprains, headache, neuralgia,
rneuniausm. zuc. Kouh on Pain Plaster,
15 cts. !
If yo are failing, hroken, worn out and
nervous, use "Wells' Health Rcnewer." $ 1.
If you are losinsr vour rin on lifp trx
"Wells' Health Renewer." Goes direct to
'Boagh on Pilet."
Cures Piles or Hemorrhoids. Itching
Protruding, Bleeding, Internal or other.
Internal and external remedy ra each pack
age. Sare cure, 50c. DniL'sngts.
J Pretty Women.
Ladies who would retain fresh nes- and
vivacity, tlon't fail to try "Wells' Health
"Rougrh on Itch."
"Roagh on Iu h" cures humors, eruptions,
nnsrworm, tetter, salt rheum,? frosted feet
..1. : 1 1 1 ;
"Rough on Catarrhi"
corrects offensive odors at once. Com
plete cure of worst chronic cass, also une-
4uuieq as gargie lor diptuornysore throat,
toul Veath. oOcts.
The Hope of the Nation.
C 1 1 1 1 i I .1 i I
siuw iu development, puny.
o.onu,? uim oeueate, use "VV ells' Hcaltl
Catarrh of the Bladder.
Stinting, irritation, inHamatifu, all Kid
ney and Urinary complaints, cuied bv "Bu-chu-Paiba"
l. " J
"Water Bugs, Roaches."
"Kough on itats" clears the4 out
Beetles, At. is.
Are yo: failing, try -w ntxs' Health Ba-j
For Brain. TJerTO. Stomach. Liver. Kidney.
Long. An unoqu&laa inviorani. -uro
Headache, Fever. Acne. Chills,
Nice to ta.Traem'eritl tinequaled for
TORPID LIVER and Might
Sweats, Nervous Weakness,
Malaria. Leanness, Bexual lMoline.
tl.00 tvr but.. 6 for fs.00, ut Drugguta
E. & w ills, Jersey City, N. J.,
Ii ' '
If , ;
RWir&aMe Cares of Catarrh of the
Bladder. IntUm nation, Irritation of E3d
nejrs and Ll.uMor, Btono or Gravel Dis
eases of the Prostate Uland, Propgical
8wellinfr3, Female Diseases, Incontin
enoe of Urine, aH Diseases of the Genito
urinary Orgai.s ii4tJr ses. For Un
healthy or Unncttaal 'Discharges use
also "Chanra's Eajecfy!H Fisur," each $1.
For SrPliM.IS. t -r contracted r
hereditary taint, ic t naoin's Constitd
tion Bitter Svrrp. $1.(W tv-r hottle, and
-Gbapin's Byfniiitic M3a ttJO; andChA
pin's SyphliUlc 8aiv 1.00. 6 bottles
Byntp. 2 of Pills, 1 Solve, by Express ob
receipt of ?10.00. c-raTDnuBilsts. I
K. h. WELLfl, jersey ty, . J., u. b. A.
The plantation consists of 200 acres of
which there is about 60 acres of good bot
tom. The aail is red, mulatto, and gray.
suitable for the cultivation of wheat, corn,
oats, rye, cotton and tobacco, with a suffi
cient supply of wood, water, meadow land,
fee. There is on the promises a large two
story dwelling house with six rooms, situ
ated in a beautiful oak grove, with all
The Mill property consists of a large three
story mill house, with 1 pair of burrs, 1 p'r
of corn roek, new Eureka smut machine,
new bolting cloth, Farr.-r pattent water
wheels, new fore bay and peustock. Also a
cotton gin house, 315x24, with a 40 saw Hall
gin with sell-feeder add condenser, and a
Liddell Boss Press. There is also a 3.5 horse
power engine and boiler situated between
the mill and cotton gin so that cither or all
can be run at the same tsme. The proper
ty is all in good repair and can be be run
at any time either by water or steam. Price
$5,0002,000 cash, the balance as may be
The property is situated on Crane Creek
are miles south of Salisbury. Any ptrson
wishing to purchase such property will do
well to call on or address
P. N. HEILIG, Salisbury, N. C.
Aug. 18, 1835. 3m.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
ATtornoys At Ijn
Salisbury, X. C.
ftm xiii-io u (Jt-cuuariy .ic!upK-u( since H
Ftremrtllt'ttS the di?estivf nrranc airi.lt
Feb. .1ri, 1881,
True about White Parents but not about
One of the causes of the ignorance
in this btate, among the youth, is
the indifference of many parents in
regard to the education of their chil
dren. The Rev. T. J. Gatlis, in a
sermon ou the training of children,
preached in Stanly county, an ex
tract of which we find in the Raleigh
Register, sum up the situation in a
nut shell. He is reported to have
"There are thousands of parents all
over this country whose ouly desire
iu regard to their children seems to
be to get as much manual labor as
possible out of them before they are
twenty-one years old, without auy
reference to their mental or moral
traiuiug. Then they are turned upon
society, illiterate, to be the dupes of
wicked, designing persons, bewers of
wood and drawers of water all their
days, without any possible chance of
rising above their servile condition."
Tn is is true. Instances have come
under our immediate observation
where farmers bave kept their chil
dren in the tobacco fields, year after
year, and never look beyond ihe dol
lars and cents to be derived from
their labor. As the Register very
truly remarks; "many people seem to
feelT no responsibility whatever to
ward their children, and make no o:'-
fort to educate them and give the n
IS THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
a3 big as a barn dcor down to mcst delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
io the needs or the tourist, corr.TCrlal
traveler and new settlor, Hstrtt-r.'.- .Sthm-
ftm xiii-io u (Jt-ouuariv .iciapK-u since H
Ftrengtht i:s tne digestive organ? mj
ira'8 me imj-Bicai energici, !, unhritlUi
fid influences. It ren oves and previ-a
malarinl fever, cmistipaMon, dyspemta.
I nlth fully stimal.ites the kidneys ni
bll ic. r, and enj iches a xr II us pnifi
the Mood. When overcome by futine,
Whether mental .or phyhu-i.L . the wearj
and (Itbi'it Itnst it ri'uil!e source oi
lvnev.Ml Mr. ni.th ami r 1 or ale
by nil ln;::u;., biidOeal, cneraily,
No Mdtq Terror!
No Kore Fain !
No More Sanger!
The Drcatl of
Uiis hivulukble pre
paration is liblv a iri
i"iiijli of scientific skill,
jaod no more iheidimu
jble benttil wasiever be-ji-iowed
on ihe ujothers
,ol the world.
I te'il not onlv short
jeiisihetimeoflaborand lleiwcns the intensity of
it great Jy diminishes
ToMotherorGhiltl tll(;a,1t;r 10
vU mother ann child,
I ,nd leaves the Smother
in a condition'; liihiy
i.t.uruuie 10 speedy re
coverr, and lurjehs lia
ble to Hooding, :onvui
! ims ami othtr Salarui-
hns synijttonis iirfdent OA ,0,
tt)lingerinandainful Dcc' 0' fc4'
I labor. I ts truly wfonder
lul efficacy in this re-
ijeci euuiies llio MOID--r's
Friend to b rank
ai as one of the life sav
appliances given to
he world by thefliscovt.
jries of modern science.
From the nature of the
case it will of course be
understood that me can
not publish certificates
without wounding the
delicacy of the Writers.
Yet we have hundreds
of such testimonials on
tile, and no mother who
has once used it will
everhgain be without it
in her time of trouble.
UNDERSIGNED has bought tbc well
known ROWAN COUNTY MILL
STONE QUAI'KY of E. E, Phillips, ieceAsert,
and will continue 10 supply the public de
mand for Will Stones lrom this cklebkated
cisir so welt known throughout 1111k country
for its superiority for iMiii Stoat's. Granite blacks
lor Ornamental purposes, Monuments, Hcl, 4c, can
also be had at tbls quarry. Address,
J. T. WYATT, Salisbury, N. 0.
waiaHT s ifiDi AH Vegetable pills
And all Si 2! ous Complaints
pur.ly vegetable: no gnp
e -Si cis. All -Druggists.
Safety and Ease
jfr1 CD XJ r'' S 3
KOSE AWJ CAtTlePOWDERS
WW i Zm
A prominent physician lately remarked to
the proprietor, that ifit were admirable to
iake public the letters we receive, the 'fMoth
eHs Friend" would outsell anything on the
1 most earnestly entreat every female ex
pecting to be canlined to use Mother's Keiief.
Couplet! with this entreaty I will ad that
during a long obstetrical practice (44 years), I
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