m . - ina Watchman. THIRD SERIES. 101 XVII. II i mssmmm I til e- h i h t an i . ij E ' W 2 O 1 d id 57 & cr i QB 2 5T Sv J- wr S, 3 5 7T g:pq To J I yi S h 2 rfcj f S la 2 8 8 K CO g - a w E 'a i S II I I- O h Sg 3 i r 3 I H w -r O S hi j U g 0Q as B s- 1 5 2i g to Pt L8 S? 3 3? w '-tit N Sh a S 5 tie h Cp - a j, . or r. s. . p I1' 1 . r K i - f B THE GREAT EXTERNAL REMEDY! KILTJTTZ'S LfflafflT 4 ron HEUMATISM, GOUT, NEU ALGIAf SPRAINS, BRUISES, 1 PAINS, ACHES, &0. CoiAblntntr the wonderful urathe virtues of To- Ibacou, wltH: oUitrfr approves rubetacientrf, making taarvtjiiu$ cdmpoutiu lo the relief oi nuiuuu sur fertng ; I fe- RiUEF GUARANTEED. fc-lTS ACTION IS WONDERFUL.: Suffer no longer. Be umhugged with quack eure-alls no longer. Tobacco is Nature's Ureat Hemedy. It has been used in a crude way iroru the daysof Sir waiter Raleigh down, and has work ed many a marvelous cure, and saved many a valu able life. Ihthe "Tobacco, Liniment" its virtues are solentiticaliy extracted, combined with other raluable medical agents, and confidently offered to ta public, Dot as a cure-aU, but as a sale, powerful sac effective External Kemedy, appUcabfe wher ftf there la pain to be relieved. Ia large bottles at only 25 cents. For ale by all Druggists. Ask for it, and in sist upon having it. Don't be put off with worthless substitutes. Try it and you will be thankful for having Zhad it brought to your attention. THEO. P. KLUTTZ & CO., ' Wholesale Uruggists, Proprietors, 50:3m Salisbury, n. C. COME QUICK! DECAYS ARE DANGEROUS!! t J. S. McCUBBINS ha just returned from the Northern cities with the LARGEST & BEST SELECTED Stock of Goods that he has ever offered to the public ; consisting of Dry Goods, Gro ceries, Hats, Boots and Shoes, Sole Leather, Crockery anet Queens-warc, Clothing, Pro vision, Wood and Willow ware, &o. Also a full line of FERTILIZERS Of the very best brands, viz; ' BAKER'S Well Tried FOR WHEAT. MERRYMAN'S A. D. Bone " ' WAITER'S Ground Bone " 'NATURAL Guano just from Orchilla, and supposed the only Natural Guano on the market. Go and get Testimonials and if you want to save money, donH forget to call on him before buying either Goods or Fertilizers, Salisbury, Oct. 1, 1885. 2o:tf -- . r .it v t i- DEBILITY IN ADULTS IS often eauscd by worms. The change from child to manhood U not sufficient to rid the ayatem of this awful plague. Shiiner's Indian Vermifuge will nrnul hA. will expel tuein and restoro h ueaiiu uu ungut, complexiou. HI. A . . t 1 . . . H 1 t 'X ''II Carolina Watchman. THURSDAY; DEC. 31, 1885. , Humbuggery. The Statesville landmark has been dealing out some sensible advice to those who trade with strolling peddlers, having heard of a considerable swindle in a neighboring county by one of them. The Watchman also has from time to time warned country people to beware of the strollers, and when they Want anything to go to a responsible and respectable merchant who may always be found and confronted, if necessary, about any article he may sell which fails to be as repreH sented. But people are hard to learn so hard that it convinces us that Dr. H , of Louisiana, when a young man and had occasion to excuse himself for "playing on the harp of a thousand strings," was j right when he exclaimed, "Bless your life, friend, the people love to be hum bugged, and if you don't humbug 'em some thev won't like you." Yes, ho was f right in his judgment of the nature of men and women ; and as he was fond of popularity, he would feel the bumps on their heads and blow ; if sick, he would give them bread pills and cure by inspir ing with the hope of living; if suffering for the lack of excitement, he would send up a balloon, or tell a laughable story. always knew what he was doing, and made every thing pay as it came or as it went. "People love to be humbugged ;" peddlers know it, and the newspapers had about as well stop preaching against them, for they are going to "travel" in spite of it all. The Charlotte Observer notes the fact that no accidents have happened on the railroads this Christmas, as is generally the caser whereof railroad men are glad. The same paper reports a gunning ac cident in Lincoln county on Christmas day. Several young men were out shoot ing rabbits, and a man on brush heap, gtui in hand, trying to scare one out, iired at it as it ran, but instead of hitting the rabbit, lodged three shot in the face of one of the party, by which an eye was certainly destroyed and may have tobe cut out. H. C Eecles moves out of the Central Hotel, Charlotte, and opens the Belmont, over Wilson's Drug Store. He is a prince in his line. Samuel R. Cohen, an old merchant of Charlotte, is dead A Washington correspondent of the Louisville Courier Journal, writing about President Cleveland, says : His most ob vious characteristics are straight forward ness and simplicity, both in speech and bearing. He is uncommonly self-possessed and self-contained. His disposition is entirelv kindlv and courteous. He is at heart a gentleman. I like him best when I meet him face tofuce. He possesses the faculty of curing doubts and allaying Tears. He is conscientious and disinter ested and is trying to do his duty. There is not room to sav much more in favor of a man. - The Apache Indians are making bloody work in Arizona and New Mexico. They have massacred numerous white families, plundered and burned their houses and run off their stock. Government troops are no longer relied on as a protection. The Governor of Arizona and the fron tiersmen are organizing military bands to pursue and kill or capture them. -A story comes out from Washington city on the fashionable girls of the capi tal, to the effect that they are tattooing their cheeks to make them rosy, and that it is done with such consummate skill that it will not only last through life, but that they will go to their graves with red cheeks. Some one io Aew York-whose con science troubled him about public funds, wronsrfullv in his hands, cut the bills making the sum into two parts, and sent on a part to the U. S. Treasurer one day and the other part the next day. A negro who murdered Miss Carrie Boyer, at Gainstown, Clarke county, Ala bama, on the 18th December, was chain ed to a tree; on the 7th, and slowly burnt to death by an indignant crowd of whites and blacks. Four boys sent from New Jersey to Pasteur, the Parisian scientist, to be cured of hvdrophobia, are still under treatment with no unfavorable symp toms. It cost $11S,000 to extirpate the small pox from Montreal, Canada, it is no small misfortune to a town to have such a disease get abroad. Hall & Bahonan, tobacco manufacturers of Hickory, compliment their friends this season with a-very pretty Christmas card. ' 1 m r fl NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND STORE KEEPERS. I guarantee Shriner?s Indian Vermifuge to destroy and xpel worms from the hu- man ooav. wnere tuey exist, 11 usea ac cording to directions. You are author ; lzeu to sen 11 upon-iut nwve aimmious. j , PmiJr prnriofcor. Baltimore. I . k a 1 , . . it. 1, . jii: " " . 1 - Md, Letter From Africa. Through the courtesy of Mr. James H. Ramsay, a portion of a letter written him from his brother, Mr. W. G. Ramsay, now at the Akankoo mines, West Africa, is published. It bears date Nov. 12, 1886. He says : Nothing of interest has transpired in this part of creation since I last wrote you. I went down to Axim day before yesterday. Axim is about 85 miles from the mines by river. We went down in our launch in two hours and five min utes. Pretty good traveling for a steam launch on a river in Africa. Coming back I saw four or five alligators sunning themselves on the river bank. I had no gun or I could have killed them. I had a pistol though, and shot at them. Whether lsucceeaea in mmng any oil them or not 1 can't say, mm, 1 woxe tnem from their sleep and caused them to roll into the water. Also saw a monkey and more parrots than you could shake a stick at. Axim is a small town on the sea shore and only one or two white peo ple are there. There is only one building of any importance in it and that is an old slave fort. The British D. Commissioner now resides there. These old forte along the coast are where they used to bring the slaves bought for safe keeping until some vessel came to take them away. 1, was hpnored to-ay by a visit from one of the native kings, who came down in all his glory with ail his emblems of royalty about him. "Alter talking awhile through an interpreter, I gave the old fellow ia bottle of trade gin, and he went away very much pleased ; for they are all pas sionately fond of gin. When one dies they all want gin to have a kind of Irish wake. One of them "kicked the bucket" tnot verv long ago, and they came to me to get gin for a palaver, v as they call it ; but it not being exactly in accordance with mv notions as to the way dead peo ple should be treated, or rather living people should treat the dead, I sent them away empty handed. bince 1 last wrote you I have had an attack of the celebrated "African feverj" and I tell you it's "a caution." It don't give any warning of its approach, but suddenly comes on and lays you on your bed to stay until it gets through wi vou. I had awful pains with it all the time. A pain would start down my back like "greased lightning" and branch off into two or three parts and die out. These pains would almost make me jump out of bed, and they returned about every ten seconds. The severest pain was one I had near the heart. It was caused by an inflammation of some of the parts sur rounding the heart, and Avhen it hrst came on it felt as if a heavy weight were resting on my body, boon after com menced a throbbing pain, which lasted a whole day and night. The doctor put a leach on my chest which took some blood from me. I can't describe the African fever, and there is no use in my trying. The symptoms are peculiar to it not ex perienced in any other disease. 1 am entirely over it now and feel perfectly well. I would certainly be in no? hurry to leave here, but the Company will, I am almost sure, burst up in a few months. So much money has been spent foolishly on the property, that now when the Com pany is about to get a good reef the mon ey runs out. The saine-old mining story. A postscript says Mr. Ramsay will probably remain in Africa until the last of January next, after which time he will visit Paris and other points in the old world before returning to his native State. Literary Department. Conducted by A. R.,;Goldsboro, N. C. "The Century Magazine" Conspicu ous among tne varied leatures 01 tne January "Century" are the short stories, "Trouble on .Lost Mountain," by Joel Chandler Harris (Uncle Remus), is even more powerful than his longer character novelette, "At Teague Ivtects'," the scene of both being laid among the moon shiners of northern Georgia. In the other short story of the number, 'The Cloverfields Carriage," by Frank R. Stockton, the humorous motive is the desire of a negro coachman who had left his former owners, in order to make his freedom appear a reality, to recover his former dignity as a trusted servant bf the family. Mrs. Marv Hallock b cote's new serial of Western Life, "John Bodewin's Testimony," in the third part points strongly to dramatic situations. Mr. James's "Bostonians" assumes new and interesting phases as it approaches the gonclusion, which will be reached in the next number. The companion magazine issued from the same presses is the, "St. Nicholas" a magazine for Young folks, lhe issue for January is both in point of time and contents another Christmas number. W. D. Howells leads off with his long promised story, which is delightfully un conventional, and has the bewilderinglv suggestive title, "Christmas Every DayJ' and some amusing illustrations by nis little daughter. Mrs. Francis Hodgson Burnett follows with another installment of her charming serial. "Little Lord Fauntleroy ;" Horace E. Scudder,the au thor of the favorite "Bodiey" books, con tributes the opening and very interesting chapters of his story of the life of George W asnington, wmch will be- illustrated from many sources ; there is a short "Bit of Talk for YToung Folks," by Helen Jackson (H. H.) ; and H. H. Boyeseu writes one of his entertaining tales of two continents. 1 here is not room to tell of the many other attractions of this num ber. "Outing" The January number of Outing contains several articles of special interest. In "Thoughts on Archery" is presented a history of archery from earli est times accompanied by a frontispiece and many other superb illustrations, drawn by Hy. Sandham. An illustrated yachting article, in two parts, "The Cruise of the Philoon," with humorous illustrations by Reed, from the Log of the Cruise, begins in this issue. The Thomas Stevens series, "Around the World on a Bicycle," increases in interest with each issue as he journeys toward the Orient. The January paper of the series is en titled "Bulgaria, Boumelia, and into Turkey," and is fully illustrated. A de- scription of "The Ladies' Tricycle Run to Kettle Cove," by Minna Caroline Smith, erraces also the pages of "Outine." Pub lished at 175 Fremont St.. Boston. VThe Overland Monthly'1 The last "Overland" is a fit number to close a rwr of great advance ana promise. rli sins BURY. IF. C, contains the announcements, for 1886, which show a prospect of even larger gains during the coming year. The Eastern, English, and Colonial press has for months begun to comment on this Pacific magazine in tones as warm as those of the Western press; and "far in advance of any literary periodical west of the Alfeghanies," is a frequently recur ring phrase. It is always a matter of surprise to those making the acquaintance of the "Overland," that the Pacific slope can produce so mature literary results ; and it is hard to imagine anything that can do more to raise the Eastern and foreign ideas of the Pacific community, than a journal like this, going out, as the "Overland does, to all corners of the English-reading world. All other devel opments of a community's higher civili zation its schools, art, music, cnurches. u! 4. dwn--bolden,' d are kow to outeiders oniv bv visits: but its literature goes forth far and wide, to everyone 8 door, buch a magazine is certain to prove a most valuable agent in building lip the good name' of the State and thereby attracting to it the best class of people. It is therefore jiot only ah honor, but a matter Of direct interest to the people of that region to support lib erally this excellent journal. No cultured home can do without it. ' Published monthly at 120 Luiter St., San Francisco, Cal. " ,1 We welcome to our desk that excellent monthly. ''Ballou's Magazine," which is a family magazine in every respect. The contents for January are unusually "en tertaining, instructive, amusing reading." It now appears in a new and attractive dress of type, which, while adding to the appearance of this .popular magazine, must greatly increase its value to sub scribers by reason of its legibility of char acter, lhe beauty and clearness or the type and printed page reflects credit alike on the type rounders and the printers. The illustrations are faultless and to the point. ; This improvement, together with the fact that some of the best and most popular writers in the English language will continue to contribute to its pages, makes "Ballou's Monthly" the cheapest and most valuable publication of its kind in the world. Boston, G. NY . btudley. Terms, $1.50 An Interesting Fact. I Hickory Press B. F. Grady, Esq., of Duplin county, one of the most learned men in the btate, writes to the News and Observer, recalling the historical fact that Aaron Burr resigned the office of Vice-President in 1802 (or there abouts") and beoame a candidate for Governor of the State of New York. Mr. Gradv proceeds thus: "There upon, if I infer rightly, the Senate chose a North Carolinian to be its presiding officer Jesse Franklin, of Surry, at the same time that Nathaniel Macon was Speaker of the house of representatives. At any rate I find their names signed to an act of the Congress approved March 26, 1804. This was a distinction and the recalling of it was the main purpose cf this note which has no parallel in me nisiorv 01 tins union. That North Carolina should have fur nished the presiding officers of both branch es of Congress in 1802 was not only an interesting coincidence, but a fact that shows that our rural people were capable eishtv vears aao of furnishing men of the first mark to the councils of the Nation. Don't Be a Clam. Winston Sentinel. Frank Siddell, the famous soap manu facturer, and the most practical as well as original advertiser in the country, in one of his homilies about advertising, which, it is needless to say, closes with the advice to not be a clam, says : Don't advertise by means of circulars, or sandwich-men. or fence paintincr, or bill posting merely because it has been done for thirty yearsr or because you liave always done, it, or because some old fos sils believe in it. i,very lamily taJtes a newspaper nowadays ; they did not do so thirty vears ago. Bo on the lookout for new ideas. Keep up with tho times. Don t get set in "your ways. iou t De a clam. REPORT OF the CONDITION THE MSI NATIONAL BANK At Salisbury, in the State of N. C, At the close of business, Dec. 24, 1885. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts u $ 85,228 86 Overdrafts 3, U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation 50,009 00 Other stocks, bonds, and mortgages - 430 00 Due from approved reserve agents 15.S43 W Due from other National Banks 7,030 00 Due from State Banks and bankers 1,675 8" Real estate, furniture, and fixtures 1,120 34 Current expenses and taxes paid. . .. 766 66 Premiums paid 1 ,000 00 Checks and other cash Items 8,080 04 Bll is of other Banks.'. 8,050 00 Fractional papercurrency, nlckles and pennies 51 10 Specie. - 8,100 00 Legal tender notes 8,000 00 Redemption fund with TJ. S. Treasurer (5 per cent, circulation) 2,25!) 00 Total f. fl84,s?2 39 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in f 60,000 00 Surplus fund t,500 00 Undivided profit. - S,01 91 National Bank notes outstanding 44,400 00 Plviaenus unpaid S4 00 Individual deposits subject to check 70,652 33 Time certificates of deposit..... 10,574 99 Cashier's cnecks outstanding 1,14 0" Doe to State Banks and bankers 1,615 03 Total. $1S4,SS 3 State of North Carolina, County ot Rowan, ss : I, L H. Foust, Cashier of the abOTe-named bank. do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I. H. foust, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this the 30th day of Dec. I8S5. OBIN D. DAVIS, Notary Public. CORRECT AttCSt : G. ArBINGHAM, ) 3. D. GARKUX. KolrretAM A. ATWBLL. ) .: ' DEC 31, 1885. Our friend of the Tarboro Southerner carries a level head on the subject of the Paternal Pedagogy invasion. We copy JL" WULVIUUI lilt- UlfltUUUUUU of funds for education in Edgecombe couniy. u win De seen that the whites icotivcu i,ov.uu, anume negroes ?,ozv. 91, and that there is left over from last year an unappropriated sum of $8,000 Here is a showing of one county alone, nV n il 1 1 f ad rww 1 with an educational surplus of $8,000, and yet members of Congress are blowing for a Federal appropriation to help the schools. Humbug ! lb. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength, and wholesouieness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude ot low test, short weight, alum or phosphate "powders. Sold only in cans. Kotal Bakino Towdek Co., 106 Wall st. N. SANTA CLAUS I .iMtirs STORE IS THE PLACE ! GREATEST ASSORTMENT Ever Gathered Together ! V CHRISTMAS GOODS OP ALL FRENCH and DOMESTIC CANDIES. FRUITS ! Oranges, Lemons, Pine Ap ples, Banannas, Apples, Cocoanuts, Raisins, Currants, All Kinds ok Nuts, Preserved Fruits, & Elegant Pickles. X3iiy TIio Boat ! DOMESTIC CAKES BAKED FRESH every day during the holidays. Ail kinds of DOLLS and doll furniture, doll- baby Carriages, &c. China Toys and Mantel Ornaments largest ana rhpanest stock ever displayed here. Decorations and Supplies of all sorts and kinds for CHRISTMAS TREES. Cups, Saucers and Glass Ware ! JEWELRY of all kinds at low prices, Watches, Clocks, etc. Music Boxes, and other musical Instruments, Walking canes, Hobbv Horses. Kooklnsr Horses, Shoo Fly Horses, and everything else that Santa Claus needs. Remember that the largest and Cheapest stock of hohday goods in town and trie, place for bargains now is at A. PARKER'S. n2fid26 DO YOU Draw or Paint ? Then send to EUGENE L. IIARRIS & CO., Raleigh, N. C. for Price list of Artists' materials. They keep everything needed and will fill your order by mail or express Eromptly. Portraits in Crayon and Oil. il. Landscapes, Western N. C. Scenery. 4;3m.pd. ' - ' - " P'MVMMHHBMMHBaHBiHiBnnBanBBBHi POWDER " T0HTf ! SJIfOES. y " -a - os JJesperate Stragple and how I It En rl pH Just twenty-seven mc& from the elnsui. city of Athens, Ga., is located the thriving m . . ' - i-i O liltle town of Maiey's, the residence of Mr. Robert Ward, who has just been released from a most perilous predicament, the par ticulars of which he has consented to give to the public. He writes as follows : Maxkt's, Oglethorpe Co., Ga. . July 9th, 1885. For twelve or fourteen yean I have been a great sufferer from a terrible form of blood poison which ran into the secondary, and finally it waa pronounced a tertiary form. My head, face and shoulders became almost a mass of corruption, and finally the disease commenced eating away my skull bones. I became so horribly repulsive that for three years I absolutely refused to let people see me. I used large quantities of most noted blood remedies and applied to nearly all physicians near me, but my con dition continued to grow worse, and all said that I must surely die My bones be came the seat of excruciating aches and pains; my nights were passed in misery ; I was reduced in flesh and strength ; my kidneys were terribly deranged, and life became a burden to me. I chanced to see an advertisement of B. B. B., and sent one dollar to W. C. Birchmorc fcCo., merchants of our place, and they procured one bottle for me. It was used with decided benefit, and when eight or ten bottles had been used, I was pronounced sound and welj. Hundreds of scars can now be seen on me, looking like a man who had been burned and then restored. My case was well known in this county, and for the benefit of those who may be similarly af flicted, I think it my duty to give the "facts to the public, and to extend my heartfelt thanks for so valuable a remedy. I have been well for over twelve months, and no return of the disease has occurred. ROBERT WARD. Maxey's, Ga., July 1, 1885. We, the un dersigned, know Mr. Robert Ward, and take pleasure in saying that the facts above stated by him are true, and that his was one of the worst cases of Blood Poison we ever knew in our county, and that he has been cured by B. B. B. Botanic Blood Balm. A. T. Brightwei.l, Merchant. W. C. Bircumorb & Co., Mer'h'ts J. H. Bkightwell, M. D, . John T. Hart. W. P. Campbell. Atlanta, Ga., July 10. 1885. We are ac quainted with A. T. Brightwell and W. C. Birchmore & Co.. whose names aooear above, and take pleasure in saying that they are gentlemen of undoubted veracity and worthy of confidence in any assertion they make. HOWARD & CANDLER, Wholesale Druggists, Atlanta, Ga. Sold everywhere. REMARKS. If B. B. B. will cure such terrible cases as the above, is it not reasonable to sup pose that any and all cases of Blood Dis ease can be cured ? We do not announce the eure of a man while he is at home groaning and suffering with the disease, but all of our certificates are words of truth from those who" have been cured and can look vou squarelv in the face and sav so. We cure in a shorter time, with less money and less medicine than ever before known. We will mail our "Book of Wonders," free to any one, filled with more astound ing home evidence than ever before pub lished. Call on vour drurrist, or address BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga. Decl7J17 -r r 1 B K PrflQPIlP III ! x xlLr naizMinu jvi mr mrrn n j nnpr A m ENNISS' Drug Store. July 9, '85 tf. FRESH TURNIP SEED? The Earliest and Best Turnip Seed for aale at ENNISS.-, TRUSSES reduced pricea, at Of all kinds, at ENNISS'. Fruit Jars! CHEPEB THAN EVER. ALSO Rubber Rings for Fruit Jars, at ENNISS'. SCARR'S PRESERVING PBWDES For sale at ENNISS'. THE BEST AND CIIEPEST MACHINE For Threshers, Reapers, and Mowers at ENNISS'. PRESCRIPTIONS ! 1 If yon want your prescriptions put up cheaper tliau anywhere else go to . ENNISS' Drvtg Store. JVy 9, '85. tf. Enniss' Blackberry Cordial, ion Dhientery, Diarrhoea, Flux, &c, for sale At ENNISS' Drug Store. NOTICE. Haying qualified as Administrator of Paul Holshouser, dee'd, I hereby give no tice to all persons having claims against the estate of said decedent, to present them to me on or before the 12th day of Novem ber, 1886. Chrisenbury Holshouser, ,leel 7 Adra'r of Paul liotahouaer Craige & Clement, Att'ys. ML s -I -. mm C. A. KKTJS, 01117 ITT AL FAENTSP.i -MX- Particular attention nald to frremliMr nA iniinn decoratlYf n dm In,', in oil, wax or water-eolorK.- Will make bids on churches, public LuUdiMre and private residences. Work guaranteed. References. fust ofUce address. C A KRAUS. 47:3m Salisbury. NT C. HARDWARE. ( WHEN YOU WANTJ HARDWARE AT LOW FIGURES Call on the undersigned at NO. 2, Granite Uow. D, A. AT WELL. Agent for tho "CardweUThresher," Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf. e Yaiia Mineral Sprinp Acaflemy, C. 11. MARTIN, PKINCIFAb, ; ? Graduate of Wake Forest College, and also at tne University of Virginia. Wt-fomox, $5 to $15 per session of n months, i The only school in this section that teaches IthclUnlverslty ot Va. methods. Vigoron ex tensive, thorough. Theheapest school In the u. tf. where these worid-renowed methods are t tn.rht i 1. . I Unarrl unlv r. nnv mnnth I.ta 7 ly Address, c ll. Maktih, Prin.! SEND YOUR WOOL TO T1IE THIS NEW FACTORY is npw in operation, and facilities for man ufacturing Woolen Goods such ashaTenev-. er Ijefore been offered to our people, are within the reach of the entire Wool grow ing community, ij ! W e manufacture JEANS, CASSIMERS, "FLANNELS, UNSEYS, BLANKETS, YARNS, ROLLS, &c. Soliciting a liberal patronage of our peo ple, we arc respectfully, Saljsu-ury Woolen Mills. ggpOfficc at old Express Office. May 28th, 1885. . 82tf - R.T.HOPKINS IS NOW AT THE Corner of Kerr A Lee Streets, with a full Hue" of DRY GOODS and GROCERIES. Also keeps a First das BOARDING HOUSE. Call and see biro. 28:ply. IF YQU WANT TO i- FILL YOUR GAME BAG, ,AND MAKE ' ' :,' BIG SCORES, USE EMINGTbw IFLS-3ai: SHOT GUNS. All the Latest Improvements. FpDESCjCUi,AW UmbersoB, Furman&CW SOLE AGENTS FOR ' "A E.REM1NGT0N & SO Bnortina Arm and- Afi I & 283 Broadwaf, 7 NEW YOKtjk WBBTERN OFFICE, " D. H. LAMBERSOM CO- Ti State Street, Chkgo, tjt ARMOR V. " " " ILION, t. c SHOVELS, SCOOPS, SPADES HADE III THE BEST MAKNER, BY SKILLED JfOttiHl REIEMBEI THAT OUR GOODS ARE ALWAYS RELIAsJlr One Piece of Solid Steel. ' :l NO HPOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THEBLADC SEND FOR CIRCULAR. REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO' I LION, N. T. Kcw York UfUce, 118 Chambers SOMETHING NEW! ttTLUlV CHIMNEYS that, ii'itt nnt. lreak bv heat, for sale at VVVISR' 1 i ' - J colors you ENNIS9V DIAMOND DYES All wish at I DONT FORGET to all kinds at call fof Seeds of ENNISS'. TO THE LADIES: Call and see the Flower Pots at - ENNISS'. A MILLION of worms gnawing .day sM night is qnite enough, we think, to throw a child into spasms. Shrincr's Indian Ver mifuge will destroy and exp?l them icstore the ch ild. B REMINGTON t 4 i3 1 L t 7' - r . M m I ! 1 4 It M i 1 L 4 j I T I L - - A t :1 " .