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1 contain a new and never before pub
lished series of Inicscs Letters; regular
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Stations in India, Ciiina, Japan, Africa and
Micronesia ; original articles from men of
Influence and knowledge of affairs in dif
ferent parts of this country, and selected
articles from the choicest literary and re
ligious publications, in poetry and prose.
A New Volume, containing a Second
Series of Ikes.kub Lettehb, a sketch of
the author, and a review of his life and
4 Work has been published.
V We shall offer this yea
year special ana at
tractive- inducements to subscribers and
Sample copies flee.
tKEW YORK OBSERVER,
Of Uie Watchman.
J. SAM'L McCUBBIXS
JRTJNERi & McCUBMNS,
mi nun mm
lie undersigned are prepared, to do a- j
GENERAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS,
and solicit burners of that character. All
feai property entmsred to us will be adver
tised all over the United States,
FREE OF CHARGE
to the owner. Persons hnvinjr farm land r
forests, miecs, or other "realproperty .should
oonsult us at once, Special attention giv
en mineral lands. Reports, assays and
jjaps funrished when desired.
I BBUNER & McCUBBIN8.
i Salisbury, N. C.
Land for Sale.
J. M. HADEN,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
. MAIN STREET, SALISBURY, N. C.
Farms, Town Lots & Mill Properly.
"Call and see his Descrintive Csitn
lofue and Price List Terms to suit,
IS THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
s Mg as a barn door down to most delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
W anil prls $rfigrammts,
OF ALL KINDS
Court and Magisterial,
Outers solicited and saUsfaetlon guaranteed
KE CRAI3E. L. H. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Salisbury-, N. C.
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
The Good and Evil in Tobacco.
From ffealtlrimd Home.
It is rather late in the day
nrntest against the use of
rather late in the dai
Whatever the faculty may say on the
r- r T i . S
point of its injurious qualities, howev
er mnph fhft elersrv may Doint out the
possibility of its leading to intemper
ance, the fact remains tnaa large pro
portion of theyfeorld uses tobacco in
some form or other. The Chinese,
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rememljer tliat m the earliest wntten
Oriental tales which have come down
to us the Arabian Knight's Enter
tainments there is no allusion to the
custom of smoking, and there is every
reason to believe that all Oriental smo
king was imported fromEngland, and
that Sir Walter Raleigh lit the first
pipe smoked out of America.
-In spite of all that has been said
against it by fervid anti-tobacconists,
pure tobacco is an excellent remedial
agent; but it must be absolutely pure.
io poisonous decoctions must eat into
its substance or change its nature.
Used in a proper way, to relieve neu
ralgic pains, or applied in various af
fections under the advice of a skilled
physician, it is a valuable medicine.
Care, however, is to be taken that the."
patient is not hicotized. Tobacco also-
acts when pure, as amofig the best of
sedafeives; and the Indian weed, in spite
of the diatribes against it, forms a
valuable addition to the pharmaco
poeia. It has the authority of great
names. Milton solaced himself on
going to bed, with a pipe and glass of
water. Sir Isaac Newton smoked.
Burton, in his Anatomy of Melancholy,
pronounces the Y weed "a sovereign
remedy to all diseases a virtuous herb,
if it be well qualified, opportunely
taken, and medicinally used. '
At any rate, the use of tobacco,
either in smoking or chewing, is preva
lent all the world over; anjl America
is so great a tobacco producing country
that about one-ten of the whole popu
lation of the United States is interested
in its growth or manufacture.
iS'o article of commerce pays so enor
mws a duty, compared with its home
price, is our American tobacco. From
it is derived an important part of the
revenue of ; lmost every European gov
ernment; and, in spite of the fact that
we praise sucli immense quantities of
tobacco, the Havana leaf, made into
cigars, is heavily handicapped with
lhe adulteration of tobacco, very
common both in this country and
abroad, arises from two considerations.
lhe pure, natur.il leaf, in its yellow
hue, is undoubtedly the finest tobacco
in the market. But so many accidents
conspire to render the finest leaves
scarce, that even the natural leaf itself
is imitated. Coarse leaves are bleach
ed by the use of chlorine to the bright.
yenow coior or tue natural leaf, and
sulphuric acid, properly diluted, is used
to make the little "freckles, which
are supposed by connoisseurs to indi
cate a superior quality of leaf.
But the "natural leaf," somehow,
doesn't seem to suit the taste of the
average chewer of tobacco. He asks a
certain degree of sweetness in his plug.
To fill this bill and create a special
flavor which shall give a kind of iden
tity to a particular brand, and cause it
to be eagerly sought for, is the object
of the manufacturer.
When the bundles of steamed leaves
are fully dried, thev are readv for fh
application of the mixture of syrup and
licorice, which imparts to the chewing
tobacco of commerce its sweetness and"
The leaves must be as dry as a bone
when subjected to this lie orice bath,
tor the least dampness will , render
uieni wmte with mould 111 a few hours
mouia is removed (one of the
adulterations) by a dip into the diluted
m uriatie acid, and 111 too uianv cases
wxiiia pi 01 me solid calce of a bette
VZh : J..
ine neat ot the mixture causes the
pores or. tne leal to expand, and the
syrup, penetratmg every fibre
iinpregnates it thoroughly.- '
Jrom the vat the dripping bundles
ic ccuneu out-on tne flat roof of the
laciory ana exposed to the sun, for one
uay s sunsmne is worth more than can
w torn in tne manufacture
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Alter tins tne leaves are taken into
ft nrvinor rAAm titI, it. ii
T1 ua 18 , Wdeg. At night
l"c wie power of the furnace is turn
cu uu, ana tne neatr k so intense that
m tne morninsr the mom hoc. 4-
eooied off before thP rmaf .
ter it When tb iKn nfn t-ma J
... v t-rS It x, t l .1 t,III Mil.
e-i 1 T r" aimer
r X llL income perfectly
TJ ";mW, geia m nis work.
w vu, xuctory spnnkles it with Wpw
a mini moistens it with the
Van -nni 1 1 "C
l3 P?ullar essen
t al oil. borne use fennp
KjLha.tte aa sumach, abound:
SlLl'iw burning of" thton,
tSSnf: wood, the re-
the bitter taste which
:ULT?" mi otten, give
nr, ana mfi twist. u
winch 13 larcplv
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We have heretofore publish tv,
statement of Mr. Cooped of North
gro who. ha vi rtt7
-j uuu ne knew of
ot tne mixtiiirp :
if these a&ttZ3?Z?. nor-
ii hlf 1
of the smoking article wK !-7
and stems nd feS,
go to make up the SLp "S
an end, or. as n uii.u..i
. o 1 pro o .-1
would sav. a
i"vuon, ought to
f a pure leaf,
Arue tobacco cigar is fie in grain
and free from stems. The wrapper is
nothing in a cigar the filling is
jmo leaf is wortniess tor tne manu
facture of one or another of the in
numerable brands between the golden
chafi with which the millionaire fills
his meerschaum and the laborer his
cuddy. .Almost the only chemically
pure tobacco is that which the planter
dries for himself, spreads on the cotton
sheet in the garret, and sends little
Tommy to bring: him a bunch of
crumbling it between his fingers to till
his pipe. But tins simplicity doesn't
please the popular taste. The public
would rather be poisoned.
The injury done, by the use of tobac
co is chiefly from the adulterations it
undergoes. The Indians used prre
tobacco, and were not short lived. It
is idle to say that a drop of nicotine
will kill a cat in a certain time. There
fore), nobody must use tobacco. Pruasic
acid is extracted from peach kernels.
Should we, therefore, eat no peaches?
Tobacco is adulterated by chorine, var
ious! acids, various "drugs, which are
thus introduced into the system, and
caue, by their action, the train of evils
which are falsely attributed to tobacco.
Mor0 especially do they produce impure
blood, filling every vessel with poison.
The natural leaf, smoked or chewed in
excess, undoubtedly produces nervous
ness unequal action, of the heart, loss
of memory, impaired sight, and in
many cases aggravates catarrhal com
plaints and bronchial affections, even
But, in runty-nine cases out of a
hundred, such evils as jaundice, affec
tions of the liver, and all the classes of
disorganized liver and bile action are
caused by the absorption of these adul
terations into the system. The sallow
ness of complexion of many habitual
smokers is not the result of tobacco.
but of drugs.
To sum up, while we deprecate the
undue or excessive use of tobacco, we
cannot but recognize its value in some
cases as a sedative and in others as an
irritant. It has its place in jnedicine,
and cannot be classed among what one
improperly terms noxious weeds. There
are no noxious weeds. Every one hatf
its use, and it should be our aim tofind
out that use.
Senator Vance cn the Silver Question.
On the 12th inst., Gov. Vance ad
1 . . ! 4-1 C! X- il o -l
uicoocu tue oeuuie oune onver ques
tion, taking strong ground against the
rrebiaent s recommenaations and every
ining eise tnat would drive silver ou
ot circulation or lessen the quantity
now m circulation, lielow we giv
brief synopsis of Vance's speech:
JMr. V ance said the present attempt
ot tne monied men ot the world to de
preciate silver was one of the grandest
conspiracies ever seen. It was. a tyran
nical and cruel blow directed at the
common people of all lands. The ban
ner of the attacking party should bear
m plain letters or words of holy writ,
"To him that hath shall be jriven, and
irorn rum that hath not shall be taken
away, even the little that he hath." Af
ter considering the question of the
whole amount of money in use in the
world, Mr. V ance went on to show
that growing commerce and increased
rnAmw A , . C. . I'M J a
muBM lawuiua. me increase 01 our
population, he said, was 3 per cent per
annum, and over manufactures 24 ner
wm. xne mines ot the world wmiv
i. mi 0.1 .
yielding only U per cent iucerase of
the present monev surmlv. vet
loiu tnat we must obliterate 54 npr rpn,
M money supply, that being the
ratio of silver in the world's stock of
jB i.1 , ., . .r rr
coin, lhe success of the efforts
uver would result m the trreafesr. in
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dustnal calamities. Every valuation of
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property would shrink. The onlv
cephon to that result being gold and
debts which would be increased to the
extent to which property would have
to shrink. Every public creditor, Vance
said, took our silver dollar gladly, ex
cept only the class that distinctly and
solemnly agreed not to take it, but we
were told that silver had COUP fiiTiTOri
This was not so much true as that gold
had gone up.
Mr. Vance read from the late fl nan.
cial reports of the Havana markets to
show that American silver dollars were
at a premium over the silver coins of
England and France. In the
ail his equality, he said from Moses to
bunset Cox (laughter) he had never
Tliof a OMOn ntn..1 . . . XT A. - T
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u oj nccin. us mac made now
oy the enemies of silver. He had heard
many cases arsrued in school hnv
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u,xm iU cruss roans oeoatmg societies; he
had heard pleas made from r.fu fail lnA
of enmrer bread eart,i nnrl hu.l ..j
ess platitudes in the ConnressinnnT o
corn, Dun ne had never met or seen
worse abuse ot logic, or a feebler f
-v.u.ru luuuiiugc me common sen&
han the arguments used bv onr Wt
ers, bondholders and gold men general-
j lu uiscussion or this silver nues-
kxuij. xne cauaciEV or avnnnm ha an,A
was so repugnant to the moral
a j ' " .v. , ortdll.
L i it .
of mankind that it always sought to
disguise its ugliest form bv inrmL
. j :t . -l "f'F'H
5 earn 01 virtue, bo. hnnHhAUi
and Dangers told us that ther wi
smer coinage stopped, not for their
own advantage, oh no, but for the sake
of the poor working man, whom they
preferred to their own chief est iov
xu-i. vauce ridicmed this pretension
nd said the war on silver was in fh
interest, not of those who labor, but of
those who speculate in monev ' Tn r
ply to the statement that the nl
would not take the silver rlnllnv a
hat when issued, it had nlwnv a
back to the treasury, Vance contended
.uai ne law required our officers to pay
t out, and if it came back, in tTft
out again. If the officers nf ihl
erment-had done their dntv
r1 e .laws there would have off
They had refused to oav it nnf
- - ..w utuiVUiLf. n 1 IIIO CI ITAWln .
. j unar.
a front like that of a composite
'niwr hnd lvwn mmrk. T 1
"V" "v aaaaayciiTJi lLISLHIlCG
of history in Which
taken on themselves the absolute discre
tion as to whether they would" or would
not execute the law. The money lords
of the time were the real controllers of
our monetary affairs. They were the
successors of the feudal lords of the
middle ages, but they did not have the
same class of persons to deal with. w0f
one thing I can assure them," Vance
said, "that is, that in this country, where
the people rule, silver is not going to be
About Lands Sold for Taxes.
Col. W. L. Saunders, Secretary of
State, has sent the following circular
to the chairman of the various boards
of county commissioners, dated Janu
ary 4th: 7
To give ample time to every delin
quent tax-payer whose land has been
sold to the State for the non-payment
of his taxes to redeem his property at
the least possible cost, I will not issue
instructions for the bringing of any
suit in the premises, under the recent
act of assembly to enfbrce the collec
tion of unpaid taxes, until the second
Monday in February, 1886, until which
time redemptions can be made on the
same terms allowed before the first day
of this month. I will say further, for
the information of all parties concern
ed, that no suit will be brought in the
following classes of cases in which
deeds are lodged in this office.
1, Where parties have receipts from
the sheriff or tax collector for the time
covered by the deed in this offiee. In
this case let the party exhibit the re
ceipt to the chairman of the board of
county commissioners and give a copy
of the same to him, to be forwarded to
2. Where parties have paid the tax
es tor the time covered by the deed in
this office and have lost the receipts
therefor. In this case let affidavit be
made by the party and given to the
chairman of the board of countv com
missioners, to be forwarded to this
d. VV here the owner of the land at
the time covered by the deed in this
office is dead. In this case let the affi
davit be made by the representative or
the present owner ot the land of the
death ot the formerowner, and that
the. affiant believes the taxes to have
been paid. This affidavit must be giv
en to tne chairman of the board of
county com missioners, to be forwarded
to this othee.
In the above cases no instructions
will be given for bringing suit, but the
facts will be reported to the legislature
lor such action as it may deem proper
1 have wrnten a similar letter to the
other counties, but it will be well to
give the above as wide a circulation as
Bower's Didn't Kneel.
Detroit Free Press.
A policeman who was going up Mr
combe street the other day encounter
ed a gray haired colored man hangirig
around a street corner with a club in
his grasp. The matter looked
cious, and the officer demanded:
''What are you up to now?"
M Wait in', sail."
"Waiting for whatf
"Fur de ole man Bowers to
up in de little brown cot-
are you going to do with
'Diyclub am to assist my remarks,
"Are you going to hit him?"
Uh, no. b ur de las two y'ars de
ole man has been slanderin' me. He
says 1 se got three wives. He says Ise
a bilk an' a liar. De time has" now
arrove when he's got to take it back in
a lump. He'll come out party quick,
an as soon as he turns de co ner he'll
find me an' dis club. I'll rush at him
wid de upraised weepin' an' shout:
Uie man vou has slandered and be
lied me! (iit down on ver knees an'
take it all back or I'll brain de ton of
yer nead :
"He'll claw right down fur de side
walk an' beg my forgiveness, sah, an'
he'll nebber dare slander me no more."
lhe officer warned him to be careful
or he would get into trouble and then
walked around the square and took a
post where he could see the perform
ance. In a short time old Bowers came
Out. He was nicking his teerh .if W . a
learty meal, and walked like one well
satisfied with himself. When he turn
ed the corner, the waiting assassin
rushed upon him with uplifted club
and the speech he had prepared in ad
vace; but somehow old Bowers du n't
fall down on his kfcees as predicted and
expeeted. On the contrary, the watch
ing officer saw him shoot out with his
left, and the club lifter took a tumble
into the ditch and laid there while the
other passed on. He was sitting up
wtten , the officer arrived and walked
around him and remarked:
"Well, it didn't work, did it?"
The other looked at him a long time
and then dizzily replied:
"White man, go 'long! When I is
attacked wid dese faintin fits an falls
in de street it makes me tired to be
At a large college there - was a pro
fessor who fell under the ill will of the
students. Iu order to show their con
tempt the students one morning filed
into the class room and sat with hfs
on. lhe professor entering later, saw
What the bovs mount. Ha RfATmcwl
-j w vfr i., v
upon the plattorm, bow, with much
politeness, ancl said: "Gentlemen, if
you have no objection, I shall take off
my hat." The students laughed, took
their own hats, and affcprwarda
treated the wittv.tearW rnrW,T0i
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A Little Konsense.
From the Detroit Free Press:
I doan' go much on mottoes an'
sich,' said Brother Gardener, as he
opened the meeting of the Limekilni
Club on the usual degree, and winked
to Samuel Shin to raise the allej win
dow. lI once knowed a man who sot out in
life wid de motto: 'Excelsior.' He wuz
proud ob it, ail' he stuck ter it, an' de
las' time I saw him he wuz in de po'
house. He got so tired bb luggin dat
motto aroun' dat he couldn' work ober
three days in de week.
"1 once knowed a man who hadVde
motto 'Time is Money' hung in ebery
room in his house. He inva'bly rush
ed in his co'n ten days too airly, an'
den tried ter average iip things by plan
tin' his taters twenty days too late. De
only occasun when he got even wid
time wuz when he jumped his clock
half hour ahead. De only time when
he had a decent crap wuz when he lay
sick an' his wife worked de little truck
"I once knowed a man who carried
de motto 'A Penny Saved am a Penny
Aimed' in all his pockets, an' no pusp
son eber foun' him wid a dollar . cash
ter his name. He wuz all on de save
an' nuffin on de make.
"Doan' you get de ideah inter yer
heads dat a motto or maxim am gwine
ter feed an' clothe yer, an' whoop up
rent an' doctor bills. It's mo in de man
dan in de maxim. I kin show yer forty
pussons in my nayburhood who set on
de fence all summer an' keep dere eyes
on de maxim 'Industry am de Road
ter Wealth.' I kin show yer forty mo
who hang up de motto 'Providence will
Purvide,' an' set down fur Providence
ter Provide ter do so. If de wife
airns a dollar, dat's Providence.
btiddy worlc at fair wages, wid a
domestic wife ter boss be Tntchen, am
motto an' maxim 'nuff fur any nb us.
If anything f urder am wanted, let us
stribe ter be honest, truthful, charitable
an' virtuous. We needin' hang out a
sign on de fence dat we am stribin',
but jist git dar widout any Fo'th ob
J uly fireworks ter attract public atten
shun. Let us now pureeed."
Death of a Oallaiit Ex-Confederate.
Mr. Eugene A. Maffitt died ut his resi
dence in this city on T uesday evening last,
alter an illness of abeutjtwo months? Mr.'
Maffitt was born in the city of Baltimore,
MdM on the 25th of November, 1844, and
was educated at Georgetown, D. C, where
he wai when the late war Ugan. He was
commissioned a midshipman in the Con
federate Navy and was in one of the forts
t the battle of Port Royal, S. C., in the
fall of ltfoi. After the full of Port Royal
he was ordered to join Capt Semmes ami
served as a midshipman on the Alabama
during her entire cxhteiK c, leaving her
only in time to save his life when she was
sunk by the Ktrmge. He was rescued by
the Deerhouud .ami carried to England, and
was then ordered toioiu his father. Cmtain
John N. Martilt at N'a -Sail, and mnrli- nnii
voyage with him in the blockade runner
Old. The war having ended he returned
to Liverpool and from there sailed firr Bos
ton, Mass.; was recognized there by a detec
tive, arrested and imprisoned in Foit War
ren for some time. On "heimr released he
came to Wilmington, N. C, and afterwards
went again to Europe and became nn nffir pr
of the steamship North Carolina. Capt.
Wiley, trading In-tween DouMiri and Odes
sa, Kussia. Leaving her he returned to Wil
mington, where he was married November
t, 18G8, and entered into business with his
lather-m-law. Mr. Alfred Martin, with
whom he continued until his death lie
eaves a wife and three children.
An eastern young man returned home a
few days ago from a trip to Colorado for
his health, and, in narrating his adventures'
ie told about buying a silver mine for tj,-
"I knew theM rope you. in!" exclaimed
the old man. "So you were ass enough to
buy a humbug mine?"
"Yes but I didn't loose anything. I
formed a company and sold half the stock
to a Conneticut man for $8,000."
"Y you did!" gasped the old maa as
lie turned w bite. "I'll bet Tm the man a lio
"I know ou are," coolly observd the
young iaan, as he crossed his les and
tried to appear very much at home. Wall
A clergyman announces, with indig
nation, that more money is spent in the
United States on pups and dogs than
on preachers and divines.
In the Miissachusetts supreme court
two men with fiddles olavwl tnr .
J J lilt.
judges to help them decide regarding
the ownership of the song, "It s Buo-lis
"Matriniony Made Easy" is the ti
tle of a ne'w hook, fiut it does not show
how to buy fifty dollars worth of dry
CDfwls wif.b a turn A. Jl.... -r
An Indian princess has eloped from
a Cincinnati dime museum with a St.
Louis lawyer. There is no use trying
to civilize these savages; their tastes
are two depraved. Oil City Derrick.
A nicely eharpened lead pencil is the
only thing in creation that defies the law of
The king of Dahomey has 3 500
When his royal husbandness rolls
warn Bonus o a. m. tne c-hanrri
to one that he will lie
trie, tneak up stairs in hkws!! h? I
H Mf hini 1 1
Uneasy liea the head that wears a crown
T al t .. . ICKf 1
A grand old man said at the br of
the supreme court the other (fay that
the life of a gentleman inclujles "not
only good manners, but gooq morals,
courtesy, kindness and honor apd high
minded principles." AT. O. Piaifum.
"I assure you gentlemen,' sajid a con
vict upon entering the prison, "the
place sought me, and not I tjhe place.
My own affairs really demai3ed all
my time and attention, an I mny
truly say that my selection to;- fill this
position was an entire surprfss. Had
I consulted my own interestf t should
have pereratorialy declined to i,xve, but
as I am in the hands of my! friends I
see no other course but to U ubmit."
And he submitted. Chicago f ribune.
Since the recent improvements in d addi
tions to Patterson Fuctory, few ojf our1 peo
ple know what a large establishment Gwvn.
Harper & Co. have over there, much new
machinery lias been pnt in and the buihding
Pis served by a system of steamf elevators.
In addition io their other wool! work the
company gets up neat cassiuicref, for sum
mer or winter wear, as nice as Northern or
English make. Topic.
BY TIIF BARREL JlW
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July 9, '85 tf.
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If yon want your prcscripfions put up
cheaper than anywhere else to
Disentery, Dianlwa, Flux, jfcc, for sale
At ENNISS' I)i ug Store.
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Having qualified as Adriiinistrator of
Paul Hoishouser, dee'd, I hereby give no
tice to all persons having claims a-'aiust
the estate of said decedent, tq present tlMmi
10 me on or oeiore tlic 12th 1
ber, 18G. Cuhisexbuky
jln.. IT a a . .. .v
iv ol Novenii-
' Auni r or l'aii
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LARGEST & BiEST SELECTED
Stock of Goods" that he. has tfver offered to
the public; consisting of Dr4 Goods, Gro
ceries. Hats, lioofs and Shoes Sole Leather
Crockery and Queens-ware, Clothim P10-
vision, wood and Willow ware. &c
A 1 a-..i 1 ..
jxisu it mil line 01
of the very best brands, vizu
B VKEU'S Well Tried FOI.
M E 1 1 1 v 4i A N ' S A. D. BoneT "
xa.ilUAL Guano just from Orehilla
and supposed the o;i4y Natural Guano on
Go and get Testimonials add if you "wa
to save money, don't forget to call on hi
before buvin-' either .Goods m-
Salisbury, Oct. A, 1885.
Caveats, Trade lWarks and
our omee Is opposite Uie V. 8. Patent Offloe anri
nKili... . . .. '..-"""Hi' "C u
Send MOllPl fr fll-JU.lr.rr w
advise as to patent
! JVo charge unlets ite
JSC ... 01 cuargie; and make
ices to actual clients tn your ovt. state or cnum;
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n nKin u-m
TK.1. if r"ttlR'g tViH '
Foot I'or. ,l.."s i!
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ati.i ...... ttit 1
sin ivtMiiv n.i-
Kf- the htaterfina
UyvAK to r.-i H-irsr
aww-rx-n 10'.vrf 2i
J. H. Enuiss
GOOD FARM FQR SALE.
A good farm of 250 acrk well u-fli0
plenty of forest, meadow, and good dwel-
llTtrv an1 1 .' m m 4.
"ng and out houses for by
BBUNER &. MnfFT0,
Real Estate Agents, Slisury, n! C,
dfeord.er, torpid lirer, pain in backS S??
snpauon, etc .neglect maybe fataL V;.,30'
A few doses restore to nev Lealth and Ti2it"
a nmmf pfrmamxut rirBTHM.
Vigor or evolopmeB?,
CamwKl by indiscrstions. excesspg. ttc
ATirn . Jk 'nut.
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quicx cures. Trial PhcjSf le5an
stamp for sealed Particuiaf
Dr. WliitD & CO. LoulfllAn.
To all who are sufierinfr from theerJI
andtndiscretions "of vouth. hf.r.. . "
ness, e$rly decay; loss of manhood A? f
Will send i refits ttmt n ill ' l
ok Cu4RGK.- This great iaicdy Vas 5?
covered by a miaaiojiary inh
Send a self-addressed envelope to the p
Joseph T. Ihmajt, Station D. 2ur' S
City' . 4:1V
Vvy., naai-H, . lor -llStOI ArtlStt''
materials. Tiny keep everythjiis neoba
anu win n,i our order hv rniail 01 cxpre
promptly. Porirait inChavon and Oil
Oil Lamlscapes, Westii C. Scenery
NOTICE TO DRFSGISTp ANfiTSTO
KEEl'EKSi 1 .
I guarantee Shriner's Imlian YermiftJ
to destroy and expel worips.from the hu
paan body, where they ejgsty if used ac
cording to dux-ctions. Ydu are nnthZl
lied to sell it upon the aUive fndi
David E. lojjlz, Prpprretor, Baltimore
MILL CTCSJEaS. - -
-T? i'xtEi!Sir,KLzr ii;.s nyr.0t tap wen'
tr.oua r.o WAN COf.NTVHU
STONE QUAiiKY ot E. Ej PliiiltoK-fli-r,.:.
.in.l Hiit f.liHniT. . .. iTnl
iinnri r.r .vui Stones from this Cfi.krmU
" G,i!T- 60 weirjcnonn tbroboat tills countrr
for 113 su;;eitn,ity tor-Aitl! stores. Crunite blecrt
rnamnlal .';irlOMs, Jtoi.tifiiPnts. tctti,
uuuc auaaiiia-sQuaiiy. A fit ess
J . T. W V AlT, SaltEldUT. .C
ib"Lt seed HOUSE i? g-.
t. W. WOOD & SONS.
WUoltiale and EeUil Seedsman, I? iehmond, Vfc
To the Tjfeda nr i;;-.
travel. an.J r.ff',, ;
acti liitic-rs U ; G&tiii:!
BtrenrM: ::j tl:. if--.- '
"braces the phys5ajt' 4-B-f'::4.s
fill iuC;:t::is. 1: r. a.-irr .
IH:Uar:n) l'cvr, '." . ; i -1
lthfully' 8tirav.lat.3 'i..-:
bi&di'Vr. enric:. s ;.: v.
the bload. t 'Wh.-n ;vcrrti..
trhHher mntul cr i hy.lrk!
nd di'bililaii d Hnil i'r :i i , in .
renewed streiiirtb a-:, " ci rrift
by all Dr assists aba c.j--ts
25 YEARS- tH USE.
Ta Greatest Hcdicel Triacph. cf tis Afl
5?YIWIPTOnrl53 nc A
the bead, Trith a dull fcti;
lyo, 1'am is
Uioa in ths
blade, FullavatrAftor etH'ns, with adia
InciiEr.ticn to eifcrtion'tf 'bodr crra-sd.
r tlio shouicfr
Irritsbilityof rr-.r.pt r, 1sctv snirits,
avfeeltayef hn vinsr a.ciifctcd.on.c duty,
weariness, Dtaziaeca, t'iuUettr.s tuiia
ore? tbo lijit e
ltv tessCMCi Trith
cnios, I s y colored t rice, a
r n. a : thAlt'jfa m
TXJTT'ti cm encctilly ufn.pted
to- fcucli cases, t::o dyss c:r!(,tj Ei.aJi a
tcang-iofi'c':hi!?rs: i irts'itiicsuUtrcrr:
Tcey Increjcse iixn X ; : ,tUc,r ni c ii.se tiw
brdy t Tate on I'w'.iii:. m f-t'.-i-'
n&nTisb.srK; - -1 byth -'IV,;-;.' A s:-!-
the UiriesiiveC- .Tsijr.HlcttlvfStaoaJ
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tth VYZ, l'i i .-..v:- : :l. f ! :r;se
fcjfitaatanet r." 1 hv nrj-msf. . V
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tec. 20. '84. Jv. ;
A Radical Cure for
too f re--) ir.dal?eDf3
over bniin wort
i.' Yc.in- & i Middle
I lion to bps.DM. j
I Tf.tted fcm nvcSiyl
I nasi or incou"---
1 YiLVIS BY USE IN MANY!
145? way. -5?"
I WGUSANQ CASES.
Iio wit: u H
Tm f 'A T31JEKT.
. cm 2Contb, - go.
...wo jaosm3 - o
HhTCO If onlhM, 7,
f..l Ka noldlrjS
- j- viiixus, 'uubH0 strength actiw1-
KARRIS REMECrYOiTjtO CHf0
eit.4 . Team BT. J-ouio.
JJ OTUREb PERSONS! Not a J"J
rosttiyo Proofs, fDHaribtSSr10
iua.ii w, i .u. uraTV6r uiL BoaL.
Draw or Psint ?
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