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For the Watchman.
To a Blossom on a Drunkard's Nose.
BY E. p. B
Mushroom blossom of old rye,
Sprouting on hope's grave ! I scan
Rearing you in hot-house man
Wreathing you with idiot grin
Catering you with maudlin tear,
In a flow'r-bed rich with sin,
In hell's suicide parterre ! ;j
Blow, old rot ! Aye, blow disgust
Into every youthful face !
Blow your scent, if blow you must,
Into each law-making place,
Till "the legislator spews
All his maudlin love for you
Dares the drunkard's "rights" refuse
And the poison-maker's too !
For the Watchman.
In Memory of Sallie and Nannie.
BY j. f. c.
Two loving sisters, household gems,
Were with us fbr a while ;
And did by purity and worth
The cares of life beguile.
Their brother's pride, their sister's joy,
A pleasure to their peers ;
Their doting parents' hope and stay
In their declining years.
In christian love they were through life
Each other's counterpart ;
And sought that love and gentleness
To others to impart.
In church, in school, at home, abroad,
Their sphere was ever bright ;
To live for others' happiness,
It seemed, was their delight.
Clad in consumption's ghastly form,
Death claimed them as his prey ;
And pining through a few short months,
They passed from earth away.
None can so estimate their worth
-As those who feel the loss ;
j None so appreciate the crown
I As those who bear the cros3.
Sleep on, my precious sisters, sleep !
Secure from cares of earth,
Until the resurrection morn
Shall give you nobler birth.
One hearth, at least, shall mourn for thee,
One pen your woitn recora ;
Until, like you, when life is passed,
I meet my sure reward.
a much lesser chance than the danger
of being struck by lightning.
The August train of meteors is com
puted to be 90,000,000 miles long or
about as long as the distance from the
earth to the sun. Others are of un
Where do they originate?
The duration"' is easilv asked. The
answer, while it is one about which we
feel but little doubt, seems to be not
Indianapolis, Nov. 25. Vice-Presi
dent Hendricks died very suddenly at
his residence a few minutes before 5
o'clock this afternoon. ' He came home
from Chicago early in the week anj
complained of feeling unwell, but nota
ing serious was thought of it at the
time. Last night he and Mts. Hend
ricks attended a reception at the resi-
Aartna if Hnn Trdi1 Km. Crvmr nnrl
susceptible of being sustained by actual he came home he complained of
proof. These meteoric bodies appear ins his gide Rnd 8tomacn. This
to be not exactly like any of our rqjHts. morning he was no better and his
Many of them are more like alcmd of amilj physician, Dr. Thompson, was
half-vitreous uiron stone than any oa"(:nr ir0 v,;m nn moiio and
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thing else; they snow tneworKOineai, later . th Hav an injection. Mr
and ring, on being struck with a nam- Hendricks staved in his rcom all dav
met. Hartford Times. d t f ti in aJthoutrh
he sat up at frequent intervals. . He
received no caHers, but about 5 o'clock
Mrs. Hendricks left his bedside to see
The Tories and Their Allies.
N. Y. Time?.
A little philosophy, a little political a caller for a few minutes in the par-
foresight, and above all, the patience to j lor. one was aetayea longer inan sne
wait for the inevitable and speedy j expectecTand when she returned to the
breaking un of the Insh-Torr alliance room she found that he was dead
will go far to console the English Lib- The end of a busy and eventful life
erals for Dossible defeat in the elections had come peacefully and quietly. On
to he held this week. After the con- his face there was no indication of
test lias shaned itself toward the last, pain or suffering and his eyes were
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a wise Liberal might well prtter defeat only nait ciosea as it m gentle sleep
to victory. To Mr. Gladstone, who He died of paralysis of the brain.
doubtless feels that he has taken part A Republican Senate will elect a
in his last campaign, defeat would be presiding officer of the Senate in place
lnpxnressiblv sadandmortitvinfr. butto of Mr. Hendricks, who will be Vice-
the vounsr and ambitious men of the President of the United States, and
party, men who are sincerely devoted President in the event of Mr. Cleve-
to Liberal ideas and are eacer to take land's death. A rather uncertain con-
Part in the great domestic reforms for dition of affairs for the Democratic
i , i . ( i j i i
wnicn tne time is ripening in Xingianu, party
tne emoarrassiug tasKs, tne wruuii
discords, and the formidable obstruc
tions which await the victorious party
must cause mahv missivinas, and many
of them would be quite, willing, we
fancy, to see the Tories succeed and
prepare the way for a sweeping Liberal
victory at the next dissolution.
It is universally conceded that the
Liberals will win with a reduced ma
jority, if at all. They would be power
less for undertakings of weight and
nermanence witn anv maiority or less
than 50 votes over the Tories and Irish
combined, and with even a much larger
maiority they would be restrained by
There is a milch cow for every four
persons m the I. in ted states. And
yet we are often led to believe that the
pumps outnumber the cows.
CHE ZIG ZAG METHODS EMPLOYED BY
When la The Wrong Channel.
The bile wreaks grievous injnry. Head
ache, constipation, pain in the liver and
stomach, jaundice, nausea ensue. ATew
doses of Hovfetter's Stomach Bitters jwill
reform these evils and prevent further in
jury. It is a pleasant aperient, its actimi
upon the bowels being unaccompanied by
griping. The liver is both regulatednnd
stimulated by it; and as it ia very impolitic
to disregard disorder of that organ, which
through neglect may culminate in dapger
nns congestion and hepatic abscess the
Bitters should be resorted to at an tarly
stage. Failure to do this renders a contest
with the malady more protracted, fever
and ague, rheumatism, kidney and bladder
troubles, are remedied by this tuie medicine,
and the increasing imfirmities of age miti
gated by it. It may le also vscd i it con
valescence with advantage, as it hastens
the restoration of vigor.
The theory of some persons that
these red-hot stones have been thrown
r.nnr nnrl fbn Iwn
a u-i, a 0f,b'a crf5o bv differences in their own ranks from any
.-..vifptinn i whnllv untenable. These wide departure from the path ot corn-
fiery rocks come from uother worlds
than ours.v It is not probable that
, r i i PI-a" mi. .
mon place rintisn legislation, xne
Tories, on the other hand, would ac-
London, Nov. 24. A dispatch from
Vienna says: "Russia and England
have induced the Porte to despatch a
note to Servia tomorrow counselling
King Milan to stop the war. The ber
vian war accounts are unreliable. All
correspondents whose despatches are
London. Severe shocks of earth
quake were felt in Spain yesterday, at
Velez, Malaga and Alusia, and especial
ly at Alahama. I here were also a
sciesmic movement on the African
coast and numerous landships, and it
is reported that the bed of the Medi
terranean sea has risen perceptibly.
Rangoon, Nov. 24. A despatch from
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS!!
J. S. McCUBBINS
has just returned from the Northern cities
with the I
LARGEST ft BEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods that he has ever offered to
the pul. lie ; consisting of Drv Good-, Gro-
I ccrics. llatH, uots ami Mioes, sole jucailier.
vision. Wood and willow ware, xe.
Also a full line of
FERTIL.IZ E RS
of the very best brands, vis:
BAKER'S Well Tried FOR
MEURYMAN'S A. D. Bone "
WALKER'S Ground Bone "
NATURAL Guano just from Orchilla,
and supposed the only Natural Guano on
Go and get Testimonials and if you vrant
to save money, don't forget to cifll on him
before buying cither Goods or Fertilizers.
Salisbury, Oct, 1, 1885. 25:tf
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nn,.nfmna frnm nnA of cept tne responsiDUiues or power urmer jumnia says, severe ngnung tooa piace
:-. J .i I Hiwfin.f riKliirofvriTiQ fn ikp u, tor the I vpfprHnv in fhp -In nor Ins fontinninf?
UIOVIUVV Vyifcwi'. w I J vv. t,.,.. ,
. . . . . , . Ill I . . , A 1 t
party, and tne until the central post ot the Burmese
THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY!
the other planets; they are drawn, in
all probability, by the earth's greater
attraction, out of their place in some
of the great meteor streams that re
volve, like the earth, around the sun,
each in its own orbit. At certain points
in the annual journeys of our own
world and of these great streams of
loosely aggregated rocks of many sizes,
the two orbits evidently so; nearly
touch as to make it possible for the
globe on which we live to capture some
of the meteoric bodies which consti
tute the fringe, or skirts, so to speak,
13th of November,
benefit of Mr. Parnell's party, and the until the central post of
Liberals in opposition would contem- was captured, when they fled in all di-
.it . . ..
plate not without a gnrasatitactionthe rections.
struiTirles of a Tory Ministry between
the demands of clamorous Irishmen on
the one side, and the protests of startled
Englishmen: on the other.
Burglary as a Capital Felony.
A Presbyterian minister of Charlotte,
Rpv. Mr. VVoods. defends himself in
the Observer of that city for having
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n,or,P cfraom 4 in pa nn t.hf I BlSucU U UeLIUUU lur bUK xuuuii ui nic
UiCVtUl OV4.VrU.ftU V.MWVJ V-. v-w I tf M. 1 1 1
icqq inL two neirroes who were to nave ueen
Liverpool, Nov. 24. Tomorrow will
be a holiday in the cotton market on
account of the parliamentary election
to take place here.
Sofia, Nov. 24.The city is wild with
pxc.itement over the news from the
front," statinj? that Prince Alexander at
the head of the Bulgarian troops has
followed uu his victories and is driv
ing the Servians slowly but surely from
Bulgarian territory. Ihe latest des-
must have actually 'brushed through hanged there Wednesday, but who were patch says that Prince Alexander
skirts we almost touch in
RHEUMATISM. GOUT, NEU
RALGIA. SPRAINS. BRUISES, August, and which is called, therefore.
DAIMC APUPQ JkP the August stream. Other streams
rniNOf Aiunco, mu mav exist, in the inter-planetary spaces,
which the astronomers have no pos-
uai niu 'M in i appivi.u
a man elous conipouua lor lue reuei 01 uumuu ou- j
RELIEF GUARANTEED. JJ
Cf ITS ACTION IS V0XDERFUL.E5
i - - v. loo cinno burj'larv a capital relonv is "one ot the
ISIlintf IUgClLCKUVU nmin lit" D.1.V.V o- J i - ii.
i ir i a i-u uMnramuar most severe ana exiruoruinarv mai uuv
come to ue n-uuwix w vuc iiummi . . r... . .. , :
nnnfmdi'fi'vir.f.inn to nnoth. modern civmzea nation nas ever euuci
All V-Vl va.vi-v -
respited, and says the law which makes stormed the heights of Tsaribrod and
reacuea ine cxiy isum uveuiug. j.uc
Prince made triumphant march into
ed in a time of profound peace." We
derive this law, if we are not mistaken,
from England. It goes upon the pre
sumption that a man who enters the
hnnsp of another in the nightime. wnen
the city and was received with enthu-
siasm by the populace.
Let Justice be Done.
We have not and do not intend to
write anv private letters to Gov. Scales
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It is a notable fact that the people of
Atlanta and elsewere arc beginning to be
thoroughly convinced that worthless com
pounds become vhak v" at all new innova
tions, while an honest preparation never
fears opposition. We do not propose to
"wipe out" others, as the field for operation
is large, and we accord to one and all the
same privileges we enjoy. We are not so
far lost to business principles as to denounce
any other remedy as a fraad, or imitation,
or as containing a vegetable poison, the
effects of which are horrible to comtem
plate. The alarm need not be sounded,
for there is ample room for all declining
anti potash, pine top slop water compounds.
If one bottle ot B. B. B. is more valua
ble in effects than half a dozen of any
other preparation, we won't ct man about
it. If ten bottles of B. B. B. cures a ense of 1 Crockery and Queens-ware, Clothing, Pro-
blood poison which others could not cure
at all, it only proves that B. B. B. ia far
the best medicine.
of B. B. B. have been sold to parties living
inside the corporation of Atlanta since it
was started two years ago !
Why this wonderful sale of a now-reme-dy
in so short a time with so little adver
tising? It must be confessed that it is because
B. B. B. has proven itself to possess merit
in the cure of blood, skin and kidney dis
eases. Hundreds of home certificates attest
the fact of our claim that in Atlanta and
many other points B. B. B. is "on top,"
and will stav there. Many persons desire
to know how the 15. u. . acis on uie sys
tem. Bv entering the circulation, it modifies
the vitiated blood globules, increases the
red corpuscles, antagonizes all poison, vi
talizes and regenerates the flagging forces,
furnishes the pabulum for rich, new blood,
eliminates all poison through the secre
tions, and increases the appetite, while, by
its wonderful action upon the pores of the
skin, the kidneys, liver and glandular
system, all effete and impure matter is
speedily conducted from the body, leaving
the blood pure, fresh and healthy.
By its magical alterative powers, B.B.B.
unloads the blood or all impurities, un
locks the liver, arouses all secretions, re
stores nature to its normal condition, un-
cloudsthe troubled brain, clears and beau
tides the complex ion,checrs the despondent,
strengthens tire feeble, calms the disturbed
nerves, and induces quiet ami peace: ill
slumbers. It has been in use over twenty
five years as private prescription lu the
It is no far-fetched, foreign-found or
dream discovered subterranean wonder,
but is a scientific and happy combination
of recognized vegetable blood poison agents
effected after many years ot constant use
and experiment in the treatment of thou
sands of some of the most appalling cases ot
scrofulous, syphilitic and cutaneous blood
poisons ever known in the btate, resulting
Particular atteoUon paid to frescoing and
decorative palarlar. la oil. wax or water-ei
Ul make bids on cimniues, public building an
u uesiml. ros.1 office address.
WHEN YOU WAST
AT LOW FIGURES i
Call on the undersigned at NO. 2. Granite
Row. D. A. ATWELL. '
Agent for the "
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
A Radical Cure for
fPH x S I Ciklj
Ir You na St Mlddl e
Tested for over 8ix
Years bv use i n mamyI
One Month. - $3 00
Two Month. - 6.001
Utcq Moath. 7.001
I Decay ,od numerous
'cicir n, result froni
routhful 4 n d iscretio n,
.oo free ind u leence. or
I the impouiion ot prsicn-
Iliout mneuiei ior inrw
troubles. : Get oor It
Cinnilar Mid Trial Pck-
Re, and learn important
I men ociore nuuniiiraf
inert elsewhere. Take a
I SURE HEM EOT taal II AB
CURED thoustna, doea
net inteifere with atten
tion to baiineM, or causa
pain or tueon vi -r :enes in
anv wey. Founded on
scientific medira 1 princi
ple s. By direct a pp'.ication
to the seat of disease its
specific influence i felt
without delay. The nat
ural function jof the hu
man ornnlsm Is atstored.
II he animstinft eicmmia
of life, which hae been
wasted are siren backhand
toe patient becomes cheer
irni aim raproiy ".
strength a ud sexual rigor.
HARRIS REMEDY CO., M'FCCMEMiS73
30CH N. Tenth St., 8T,
BY THF BARREL AT
ENNISS' TJrug Store.
July 9, '85 tf.
Yadkia Mineral Sprinp Academy,!
t'. II. xARTrN, Principal,
0raduate of Wake Forest College, and tUso at
i tae L nivermty or Virginia.
W frrnoN. as to $15 per seastoa of & montha
The only school In ibis section that teaches
xne Lnirersiiy ot va. meuioaa. vigoroos ex-
tensive, thorough. The cheapest school la tha
U. 8. where these world-re nowed methods aft.
taught . Good Board only t per moata. . ?
8T ly Address, C H. MABVW, Prtn.
SEND YOUR WOOL
Salisbury Woolen Mills
TIH3 NEW FACTORY
is biv in operation, unci iscilittea lor
uf'acturin Woolen Goods such as have nev
er before been ofl'ered to our people, are
within the reach of the entire Wool grow
We manufacture JEANS, CASSIMERS,
FLANNELS, LINSEY8, BLANKETS,
YARNS. ROLLS, &c.
Soliciting a liberal patronage of our
pie, wc arc respectfully,
Salisbury Woolrh MiLLa.
office at old Express Office.
May 28th, 1885. 32tf
IS NOW ATTHB
Corner of Kerr &
with a fall line of DRY
GROCERIES. AIho keepa
a Firat Clmaa
FRESH TURNIP SEED?
The Earliest and Beat Turnip Sed for
sale at ENNISS'.
itive knowledo-e; or, there may le ir- the family ia asleep, for the purpose ot .amst the commutation of the death
Suffer no longer. Be humbugged with quack
cure-alls uo longer. Tobacco is Nature's Great
Remedy. It has been used in a crude way irom
the days ot Sir Walter Raleigh down, and has work
ed many a marvelous cure, and saved many a valu
able life. In the "Fobuceo Llnlmenlt" Its virtues
are sclentlllcally extracted, combined with other
valuable medical agents, and confidently offered to
the pubUc, not as a cure-all. but as a sate, powerful
ana etreeitve external Keuieay, appucaoie vuer-
ever there is pain to be reueveu.
In large bottlea at only 25 cents. For
aale by all Druggists. Ask fur it, and in
sist upon having it. Don't be but oflF with
worthless substitutes. Try it and you will
be, thankful for having had it brought to
your attention. ..-
THEO. P. KLUTTZ & CO.,
d Wholesale Druggists, Proprietors,
1 50:3m Sausbcby, N. C.
regular masses, or even endless cases ot
separate meteoric bodies, aR rushing
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around the sun in diirerent oroits. it
certain that countless millions of
these objects, mostly quite small bodies,
are actually drawn in upon the earth.
Most of them, apparently, are burnea
up before reaching the earth's surface,
and descend in an invisible, impalpable
form of exceedingly fine dust. Occa
sionally this can be plainly seen as it
was once, m the suburbs ol this city,
when it seemed at
committing a felony, will kill the in
mates in their helpless condition if it
becomes necessary for himjto do so in
order to escape. The presumption is
pnt.irelv irist and the law throws its
protecting arm- around the sleepin
piti7n and warns the felon who in-
sentence of the two negro burglars in
this city. As a public journalist, hav
ing the interests of all citizens in view
both in town and country, we demand
that the verdict of an intelligent jury
shall stand and that the midnight
burglars and thieves be hanged accord-
n complete and unparalleled cures of pro
nounced incurable cases.
Send to Blood Balm (Jo. Atlanta, Ga.,
for a copy of their Book ot Won tiers, rar,
tilled with information about Blood and
Skin Diseases, Kidney Complaints, &c.
Sold by all Dru.gist. 5:1m.
onlv ten days ago,
r i j i ii
oknimi oiraincr. tup iiTrprnnnn sun
E rVrr r.CZ J :n : rrr. f after the toils of the day, his wife and
liae a rem tuiunci ui ''"t A - , s . . . i. r,-, -i
from a clear sky, but which quickly children ground him? bain is his pn
A Ir. o chnuor nt flnst. an tiriP Uiarv OLHeuL, uui mctc jo m
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trudes upon him that it will demand his m2 to the sentence of the Court. As
life. It : should do so. What more a Journalist and citizen we make that
frightful picture can the imagination! demand in behalf of a large maiority
conjure up than that of the villain Gf the people of this section. We could
armed with a knife or cocked revolver, lrPt nD petitions with thousands of
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gliding stealthily tnrougn tne room
in which the honest Citizen is' sleeping
About three years ago there appeared
, . I. . . I liimnu
on in? rttrni oicasv ocvuiui lumpo
which gave me almost intolerable .pain.
They continued to grow, and finally de
veloped into what tne doctors caueu can
cer of the breast. Iu a short time I found
ray strength gone and my constitution a
wreck. Krom a roousi woman i
reduced prices, nt
Of all kinds, at
" CHEPER THAN EVER.
Rnbbor Rings for Fruit Jura, nt
that unless it chanced to be seen
against the sun it was invisible. Mr.
Proctor, the astronomer, holds this un
seen falling meteor dust to have been
an appreciable, indeed an important
' . .1 1 1 a i 1
factor involved in the pro mem oi tne
a Wed growth of the bulk ot our
the settled purpose to take hie if the
master of the house is aroused and
crowds him close. If the invader had
nine lives he should sacrifice them all.
The mail awake is able in a measure to
take care of himself: asleep he is at the
merev of the marauder. And if the
Jnnol' an A bs nfttiiflllv triprl t,n fniTi- law guarantees the waking man prt
i mm iliuni, iuju - J ' I ! . , . ,
wuauu wyw, AuwwanA wwuwwj, i. w. . te something ot the rate and extent;
public iournalists feel it a duty to de-
mand the execution ot cnmmais wno
have been fairly tried and condemned
by a lawful jury; but the frequent
depredations in this section demand it
and we shall not hesitate to do our
duty. But few people go to sleep at
SCARE'S PRESERYJH& POWDES
For sale at EXNISS'.
A rnod school located in a healthv v il
laue. 8 miles from Salisbury). Term com
inences Srpiember 7th, 1S65. and coutin
ues nine months. All the English
branches (including Algebra) taught thor
oughly. Latin and Greek optional. ,
Cootl board iu nrivafe families at low
rates. Tuition moderate, and graded ac
cording to studies pursued Best fur
uisbed-acbool-buildiug in the county.
For paticulaia address,
J. M. HILL, Priucipal.
Sept. 2,188J. am
SALE OF LAND !
Bv virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court of Rowan County, in the case of
J. L. Sifford, Guardian of Mary C. Miller,
ex parterI will sail at public auctioii at
the Court House door, in Salisbury on
Monday the 5th day of October. 1885, a
tract of land adjoining the lands of
Morris. .Lean u. uernnart and otners oe-
inr lot No. 4 in the division of the lands
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tection m person and property, how uight without feeling that their dwell-
of that supposed incretvse. However much more amoie snouia mar, guarau- ings may be entered Dy some muruer-.
that may be. our globe certainly does ty be when he lies down to sleep: it is ous burglar, and but tew tarmers ieei
caDture an enormous number of little to JS drth Carolina s credit that that that their barns and gin-houses are
foreign bodies, une or more can Dei pity wnwa uorrupw justice was mn saje rrom ine uuuuim wa. v,f(.
sppii silentlv streaming across the sky f yet so far over-; ldden our sober senses Democrat
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1 ..4- t,w nlnov o,, m n 1 rr Vi t enm o S tO have allowed US tO StHKe OOWn
aniiw "J vreni wiiu I 77. T . , , i , ...... m,. nli, S.f. Vair
fimaa n nnmhpr of them their seem- this great shield oi tne citizen mis v-,
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ing course across the sky, instead of law which says to the vicious, it you The pilot of a United btates revenue
lnrrincr sfraio-bt. down, heincr merftlv enter an occupied dwelling in the night- ...ftpr was asked if he knew all the
wuui,iij-. o T o . I . fc . , , - i . . ....
. 1 I .1 i il 1 1 I i-- 1L .c,.-. v-F nvimittltl Q I 1 1 . il i k. omlnJ
an optical enect,, aue w tiie angle at time mk puiuac ui wiuiuuinug jocks along tne cuusi wucre uc mucu.
ieiony. you snail die- diaresvuie ijana- Hp renlied. "JNo: it is onlv necessary
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mam. t.n know where there are no tocks
....i ......... 1.- Crum a ritlnier. wfinisn
If 1 1 1 1 il U . . 1 I W WW. - . ..
names attached to nave tuc uurgitwr, . dced to a helpless invalid. Seve-
executed, but no citizen ought to be raj 0fthe best physicians of Atlanta treat-
expected to do that in order to enforce ed me for cancer, but without improving
iaw my condition in tne i east, an u li.inuj
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when experienced and conservative "."";". i,r. 'a r.,, mooth, I
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was a helpless, bedridden ercature. About
one year ago. at the suggestion of a friend,
I commenced the use of Swift's Specfic.
The first influence ot tlie medicine was to
increase the discharge, but after a month
or more I began to improve, and this won
derful medicine has brought back my
health aain. I now do all my own house
work, I am perfectly tree from pain, and
feel like a new person altogether. I can
not feel too grateful for this wonderful re
covery, for I am satisfied if it had not been
for Swift's Specific I would have been in
ray grave to-day. I most cheerfully rcc
oiiim ;nd it to all those who are suffering
with this fearful disease.
Mrs. Jase Clemoks.
Atlanta, Ga., April 16, 1885.
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( WM. C COAST, Z
j Twenty-sixth AnwisJ
January 1, ISM.
Casta Capital -
Reserve (or-Ue-tDsurance and another 1
of Chas. Miller, dee'd, containing 54 acres.
Terms one-third cash, one-third in six
and one-third in twelve mwnths, with bond
and interest from date of sale at eight per
cent, on the deferred, pnvments.
J. L. SIFFORD, Guardian.
Sept. 4tb, 99, .J 47:4t.
which the aDpearance is seen. These
meteors, entering the earth's atmos
phere, and plunging with more and
more velocity as they get nearer the
surface, are heated to a white heat, and
thus made luminous and visible by the
increased friction caused Ijy their in
creased speed and the increasing densi
ty of the air. Most of them appear
literally "burnt up," but some, usually
the larger ones, hold out against their
own conflagration till they burst wi
a great explosion, or plunge intact, but
red-hot, into the ground or the sea.
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Enniss' Blackberry Cordial,
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The Duchess of Edinburgh is fond
of hop picking, and often goes out with
her children into the fields.
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boys were as wise as this pilot! He did
iiot attempt to know about all the
rocks, and see how near he couid steer
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to them and not wreck his cratt. He
r. t- l if j mieht have said, "Oh, I'm tired of go
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driving, and hardlv allows a day to
pass at Balmoral without going out.
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ing! some time in Home, and while
there had an interview with the rope.
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there is still some small degree of like- dispute as to the ownership of a bull ' from
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ing this monotonous round day by day
and year by year; i rjeneve 1 n wy
new track. Some say this is the only
safe track, but I'm going to see for
myself." That is what the boy saysJ
when he wants to break away from
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rink the first glass or smoke tne first
moor or cicarette. Total abstinence
all alcoholic liquors 13 tne saie
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experience speedier and more complete re
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reputation for the Bitten. But the article
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it irregularities with a certainty that con-
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At ENNISS' Drug Suae.
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tice to all persons having claims against
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to me on or before the 12th day of Novem
ber, 1886. CnnisENBrRT Hoi.suocsEni
dec'l7 Adm'r of Paul Holsbousfer
Craigc & Clement, Att'vs.
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