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ENNISS Drug Store.
Jo.j 9, '85 rf.
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i educed prices, at
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For sale at ENNISS'. .
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Reprsenting a line of Com
panies equal to any in. North
Carolina. Insures against loss
or damage by Fire, Lightning,
Wind Storms, Tornadoes or Cy
Policies written on short no
tice at lowest possible rates.
Be sure and call before insur
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Royal Fire Insurance .Com
pany of Liverpool, has the larg
est net surplus of any Fire In
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All losses paid as soon as ascer
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KERR. CRA1KK. i if. CLKMEXT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Attorjicys At Ija
I l LJalisbumt, K CL
Feb. 3rd, 1881.
Decay .and numerous
flinn the skilled phy
Hcians, remit frsm
outhf ul indiasrsticn.
ao free indnlnnea. or
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over brain work. Avoid
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tiotu remedies for these
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nffcand learn imnnrttnt
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SIRE RJEUEDV that HAS
CURED thousands. Wa
lr Young A Middle
not interfere with atten
tion to butt neat, or causa
pain or iueonvenimcc ia
y way. Founded on
i over Six!
YIARS BY USE IN MANY!
scientific medical princi
ples. By direct application
to the scat of disease ha
speciS influence ia fell
without delay. The oat
oral functions of the he.
man orpajusm is restored.
The animating elements
of life, which hare been
wasted are (riven back .and
the patient becomes cheer
Inland ranidlwaina K...W
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UMutAS tojrttli-n R jumI utlcnrc ?it.vrt.
Iavit r. rnrrze, Proprieter.
T. IT. Enniss. Dru-jraist, Ai'PHt.
It is .observed that the marriaieable
girls talk horse because it is the lan-
J. Sam 1 HcCaDbins, Jr.
I nerer kin for? t the day
ThiU we went out a-walkin,
An' sot down on the rirer bank,
An' kept on hours a talkin';
He twisted up my apron string,
Anr folded it together,
Aft,' aid he thought forharrest time
iforas cur' us kind o weather.
The siift went down as we. sot there
Josiar seemed uneasy,
An' motbv she began to call :
" Loweeiy ! O Loweezy ! "
An' then Josiar spoke right up
As I was just a-startin:,
An' said : " Loweezy, what's the use
Of us two everpartin' ? "
It kind o' took me by surprise,
And yet I knew 'twas comin'
I beard it all the summer long
In every wild-bee's hbramin';
I'd studied out the way I'd act,
But la I I couldn't do it K
I meant to1ii.de my love from bim,
Hut seems as if he knew it,
An' look in' down into my eys
He must a seen the fire,
An' ever since that hour I've loved
An' worshiped my Josiar 1
Keep what you have got. Plautus
Love is a paradise on earth. Amphis.
A nickname lasts forever. Z im mer
man. Tears may soothe the wounds they
cannot heal. T. Paine.
When two quarrel both are in the
wrong. 0. If. Bitmap.
Every man desires to live long ; but
no man would be old. Swift.
A man who only eats, drinks, and
sleeps, is not a man. Mencius.
Did universaVharity prevail, earth
would be a heaven, and hell a fable.
We never know how much we love
until we try to unlove. Mrs. Stotce.
Let us consider the reason of the
case; for nothing is law that is not
reason. Sir J. Powell.
I have an especial admiration for a
truly and thoroughly independent news
paper. M. Halstea.
Genuine is the gold in the mine,
talent is miner who works and brings
it out. Lady Blessingtoi
Many a keen, capable, alert free
thinker does nodare speak a word of
hisreal opiiHnis. Lea land.
Nothinrr ffives an author so srreat
pleastire as to find his works respect
fully quoted by others. Franklin.
An able man shows his spirit by
gentle words and by resolute action; he
is neither hot nor timid. Chesterfield.
For present grief there is always a
remedy; however much thou sufferest,
hope; the greatest happiness of man is
hope. L. Scheffer.
In the man whose childhood has
known caresses, there is always a fiber
of memory which can be touched to
gentle issues. G. Elliot.
I have often wondered how every
man loves himself more than all the
rest of men, yet sets less value on his
own opinion of himself than on the
opinion of others. Apottodorus.
It is not a piece of paper, it is not
a few abstractions engrossed on parch
ment, that make free governments
No ! the law of liberty must be in
scribed on the heart of the citizen.
H. S. Legare.
Secrets of Eeanty.
"Virginia," in St. Louis Chronicle.
Girls, if your skin be dark, be satis
fied to be in the category of the nut
brown maidens if for no other reason
than that uthe leopard cannot change
his spots." Let the sun kiss the dusky
cheek, and add to it the ruddy glow
that belongs to the dark skin, and
which the rouge pot cannot supply.
Of course you cannot change your
features. But you deedn't trouble your
self much on that score. Some person
has said that if "our Mary" could put
some of her beauty of feature into real
every day prettiness she would be loved
where he is now admired.
The towering nosed maidens among
the proud daughters of the Nine was
the beauty of Solomon's day, as was
the woman with no nose at all in the
time of Tamerlane. In the "land of
the free" there is no standard of beauty
on the nose question. The American
nose is a type all to itself. But at all
events your nose is a foregone conclu
sion, and all the sleeping in clothes
pins to pinch down the too prominent
nostrils, or stroking with the lead pen
cil to subdue the obnoxious bump, isJ
so mucu lanor thrown away. But when
it comes to the mouth the would-be
beauty has a more promising subject
to deal with. Although the shape of
the feature cannot be altered, if the
lips be kept fresh and the teeth in per
fect condition, very much is gained If
the stop where love seals its vows be of
an exaggerated size don't be constantly
on the gnu, as that keeps the muscles
on the stretch. Cultivate a
r " vs,Vj v
pose of feature. Keep the mouth shut
when asleep for more reasons than one
(Don't snore.) Never bite the lips to
make them red or for any other reason.
Bathe them occasionally in water, with
a little dissolved alum or borax, and
aPply-glycerine and tincture of
-i- - 'r- "wis luoKing.
1 he only harmWv wav i, xi
retl is hJ contrast with the teeth which
should be milk white
"J " aaccp Uiem
sulphur, which is also an excellent
tooth preserver. This may be nsed
daily. For occasional use, say once a
uam. um. i .
week, the following is a good recipe;
Ptimicestone, one ounce; becarbonate
soda, one half ounce; powdered talc, one
Wb ln'okW W clean white teeth
. "TT 1 ' - , .
and a Dream une sweei irauhin.cuoc,
aloe and myrrh," will raajce up for
many a deficiencv in feature.1
If tne ear De mg ana oDirusive, a
loose arrangement of the hair or a few
curled locks brushed carelessly back
. .. . -j - s i i t
will help the objectionable organ won
derfully. NTever comb the hair straight
back from an ugly ear.
As for the eyes, better leave them
alone. Trimmed lashes often refuse to
grow again. Dark eyebrows and lashes
are a great promoter of beauty, and it
yours happen to he lighter than your
hair, especially if that is red, I think
you might just touch theai lightly:
with a sponge dipped in black walnut
bark boiled in water with a little alum,
or apply simple walnut juice. The
eyebrows may be given a slight arch,
and the fine line so much sought, by
simply pinching the hairs together be
tween the fingers several times a day.
But it is through the complexion
that you have the largest scope for
beautifying. If every pore in your skin
is stuffed full of "lilly white"' you must
expect those dreadful pimples and hor
rid black specks. To the girl with the
ugly skin I say, you must take a two
or three mile walk every day; you
must wear shoes big enough for perfect
comfort, and if the skin be thick and
oily, you must eschew fats and pastry.
In the spring it would be well to
try the sulphur remedy, and at the
same time yon ntay rub sulphur in a
little, glycerine on the f;ice at night,
washing it off iiv warm water and a
few drops of ammonia in the morn
ing. A little camphor in the water will
remove all "shine." And remember
girls, all face powders are( snares and
No Genuine Granite at All.
"There is no true granite in America
as geologists understand it,' was the
rather surprising remark of Expert de
Loss to a little gathering on 'Change
the other dav.
He was asked to explain himself
further, and he went on thus:
"Well, Mr. Dana, the celebrated
geologist, says: 'True granite is com
posed ofquarte, feldspar and nircn.' I
believe those are his exact words. Now.
this is a fact; then, I repeat, there has
never been a block of true granite dis
covered on the American continent nor
anywhere else in the world that I have
ever seen. All accepted granite has a
portion of hornblende in it. This is
admitted by the modern German
lithologists as a natural component
part of the great paving stone. The
more hornblende that appears the hard
er is the granite. In tact, all hard
American granite is called hornblende j
What it Takes to Build up a Town.
Grit. Push. Snap. Vim." Energy.
Churches. Schools. Colleges, Morality.
Enterprise. Harmony. Industry. Cord
iality. Advertising. Cheap property.
Healthy location. Good country tribu
tary. Talk about it. Speak well about
it Help to improve it. Advertise in
and read the town paperi. Patronize
its merchants. Faith, exhibited by good
works. Honest competition in busi
ness. Welcome manufactories and rail
roads. Welcome macadamized streets
with plenty of shade trees. Make things
look bright and attractive. Help along
all public enterprises. Elect good men
toothce. bpeak well of its public-spirit-
el, enterprising citizens, and be one of
them yourself. Kemember that every
dollar invested in permanent improve
ments is that much on interest. Always
cheer on men who go in for improve
ments. Industrial South.
The Pot Hunters.
Lookout for the idle town and country
pot hunter.fram now until winter puts
an end to their wild frolics. If your
land is not posted post it at once, and
then enforce the law upon every one
you find tramping around with gun
and dogs upon your premises. These
gentry pay no regard to your vested
rights, but bang away right and left,
regardless of what may be in the way.
Over fences and through gates they go,
not stopping to close the one or put
back the rails tiiey tumbled from the
other. They would lief fish in your
private pond or shoot your tame turkey
for a wild one as any other. They do not
respect law, but tresspass around with
impunity, and are insolent if you warn
them off. ' Near the towns they have
become a great nuisance, and thev are
hoi unKnowu i Heine more seiiiea sec
tions of the country.
Lan4 owners should baud themselves
against these people. Farmers should
act in concert, have their farms posted,
and when a gang of these hunters
gomes around, assemble in a squad and
warn then! off or tiike to &' magistrate.
Of course those who come and politely
ask permission to hunt or fish, and will
demean themselves with becoming pro
priety and regard to property, should be
dealt with- differently. It is not the
value of the game these people capture,
so much as the petty annoyances and
trespasses they are guilty of, that
make their presence so undesirable.
We say give them no encourage
ment. Enforce the law. At the same
time we would advise that you proceed
with all due caution and regard to law
yourself. There is no need that you
assume the belligerent attitude or speak
as a lord to his slave. Be cool, calm
and They wm nofc mole
yOU when they find you are roaster of
of yourself as well as master of the
situation. Warn them off for the first
offence; enforce the law for the second.
mm W - n
Youner man helD vowrseif ficrht
your own battles. Ask no favors of
any one, and you will succeed five
thousand times fetter than one who is
" r. jji 2 o .
always Deseeeumg some one s inuuence
or patronage. No one will ever help
you as you can help yourself, because
no one will be so heartily interested in
your affairs. The first step will be
such a long onepeihaps ; but carving
your own way up the mountain, you
make each one lead to another, and
stand firm while you chop still another
out. Men who nave made fortunes
are not those who have had five thou
sand giveii to start with, but boys who
have started fair with a, well-earned
dollar or two. Men who have acquired
fame have, never been thrust into pop
ularity bjf puffs bogged or paid for,
or given in friendly spirit. I They have
outstretched their own hands and
touched the public heart. Men who
win love do their own wooing, and I
never knew a man fail so signally as
one who induced his affectionate grand
mother to speak a good word for him.
Whether yon work for fame, for lova,
for money, or for anything else, work
with your hands, and heart, and brain.
Say UI will," and some day you will
conquer. Never let any man nave it to
say, "I have dragged you up." Too
many friends sometimes hurt a man
more than none at all.
Keep Some For Home.
Why is it that we so often treat
those we love best with indifference ?
Is it because we are ashamed to show
our love, or that we think they must
know how we feel towards them, and it
is unnecessary for us to give them the
little attentions that we are careful to
give to those for whom we have but a
slight regard? If we only knew how
frequently we hurt the feelings of
those whose happiness is more to us
than our own? happiness, we would
weigh well our actions, or, more prop
erly, our 1 ick of action. If we have
not time to do acts of kindness and
consideration for the general PI! IJilC
and our own loved one,-, by all that
helps to make life worth living, lot us
neglect the general public, and care
for those who look to ais for happiness
When we are away from home, and
time is limited for correspondence, do
not give that time to the one whom
you fear will lye annoyed if yon do not
write, but to the one who waits lov
ingly for the message of remembrance,
and who if it does not come, will invent
scores of excuses lor its non-appearance,
and give no expression to their disap
pointment. There are -souls whose
affection, like some flower, flourishes
under neglect. - But many friendship
buds of bright promise have never
reached maturity because they were
not prized, not cared for properly.
But who can tell of the love that has
been blighted in our own immediate
. circle, of the heart-ache? carried through
life oi the ones who have drifted ont-
f'1"e t home and kindred tor the
sympainetic courtesy ana attention
that was denied them because "they are
one of ourselves '
Do not be afraid to show your love
by acts of kindly attention and thought-
i fulness, and learn to value fully the
love within your grasp. Christian
Scarlet Fever From Milk.
It is now s; id thntr ecarlet fever is
from the cow just as smallpox is. This
is the discovery of an English physi
cian. It this be true, then, as the
Mobile L'fuisier suggests, the milk fori
-l.MJI l. a. i i I -l i ar
uuiiureu oagiiL 10 ie uoueu. many
dyspeptics cannot drink unboiled milk.
Raw milk to many is a positive poison.
The Savannah Netrs says:
k'The man vho discovers an antidote
) for scarlet fever will render as great a
service to humanity as the physician
who discovered the cause of the disease.
nd it is probable that his fume will be
There is an antidote. The eminent
Dr. Holcombe, of New Orleans, Pre
sident of the Homeopathic Board of
Health, says that belladonna, if taken
in time, is as much a specific in scar
let fever as vaccination is in smallpox.
That is to say, as many would be cured
by its prompt use in the one disease as
would escape small-pox from vaccina
eion in the other.'disease. Wil. Star.
When heaven has taken from us
some object of our love, how sweet it is
to have a bosom whereupon to recline
our heads, and into which we may
poor the torrent of our tears ! T. Jef
ferson. If 'out of sorts' with heartache, stomacn
oisorder, torpid liver, painhi backer side, con
stipation, f te , ueglect mav bo fatal. One dosi
of Stronir's Sanative Pills win agive relief,
A few doe restore to new health and vigor.
UHIYER8ITY OF 0RTH OA?:-
The next session opens August 26th.
Fifteen Professors ofier a wide range 01
instruction in Literature, Science and
Philosophy. Thc Law School and the
Department of Normal Instruction are
fully equipped. Special higher training
in all the departments is provided for
graduates of the University and of other
Colleges free, of charge. Select Library
of 20,000 volume; Keading-Iioom of 114
Periodicals. Total collegiate expenses
! $88.00 a year. Beard $8.00 to $13.50 per
mouth. Sessions begin last lnursaay in
August. For full information, address
President Kemp P. Battle, LL. D.,
3Shlin. Chapel Hill, N. C.
If you want to keep up with the times
iake the Wat: ilm a n- yon can't be 1 o-ll.
This medicine, combining Iron with pure
rentable tonics, quickly and completely
Cure Dyspepsia, In disc at Ion, Weak
ness, Impure Blood, Malsrle, Chills
avmvd Fevers, stxatl Neuralgia.
It is an unfailing remedy for Diseases of tho
eK'dney and Liver.
It is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women, and all who lead sedentary lires.
Itdoesnot ininrc the teeth, cause headache.or
produce constipation other Iron medicines do.
it enxioncs nml purifies the Mood
tftmnlates the appetite, aids tho a.imilatiou
of food, relieves Heartburn and llelclilug, and
ircirihcns the muscles and nerve.
For Intermittent Fevers, Lassitude,
Lac A ot Unegy, etc., it bos no equal.
tV The frenuine has a hove trade mark ami
crossed red lines on wrapper. Take no other.
aas aarij y MOWS CUSBIUU, CO. MaLTUOBK, KA
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In pursuance of a decree of the Superior
Court of Ho wan County, mno!e in the spe
cial proceeding entitled D. M. Barrier, Ad
ministrator upon tho estate of John S.
Hyde, deceased, r. E. J. Hyde and E. J.
Hyde, Guardian ad litem of Maggie Hyde,
heir at law of John Hyde: I as adminis
trator upon said esttf, will on .MONDAY',
THE 23d DAY OF AUGUST,' 183G, sell to
the highest bidder for cash, at the Court
House door in SaHsbnry, the following de
BCjibed real estate, to m ike assets, viz:
About 40 acres of land situate in Steele
township', said County, adjoining the lands
of S. H. Harrison, William Gardner, and
others, and known as the "Axiam place,"
the same being the land conveyed to John
S. Hyde by it. J. M. Barber by "Deed regis
tered in Book 5; on page 774, in office of
the Register of Deeds of Howan Cnuntv.
D. M. BARRIER,'
that will not break by
neat, tor sale
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CCPY ci itilS
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foirt Sesjtiacat of
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Total assets $750,000
Insures all clashes pro
perty at a equate rates.
Losses promptly ad
justed and satisfactori
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J. RHODES BROWNE, Prest.
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For Sals at tiiis Office :
Land Deeds. ...Real Estate Mortgage Deeds
Sheriff Deode of several dlfUeretit forms ;
Chattel Mortgages Mortgage Sale Notices;
Magistrates' Summonses, Executions. Subpoenas
Witness Tickets Trangerlpts, 4c.
Bastardy Warrants and llonds.... State Warrants,
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paper at very lew figures.
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on short lime.
Riclimond & Danville Railroad.
Western North Carolina Division.
General Passenger Office.
ASUEVILLE, N. C. Aug. 21, 1SS6.
Commencing Aug. 22, the following Passenger
Train Schedule, will be operattid over this di
vision. TRAIN NO. 52
lTRAIN NO. 13
j; Vrrtve Leave.
It 35a..,, Salisbury.
5 1SPM P. M
. . 4 12 ! 4 12
f!2 STpm Staiesville.
Newton s io x to
Hickory 2 38 2 43
Icard 1 58 2 lti
Monganton 1 2S l 2S
Marion 12 27 H2 27PM
Old Fort 11 56 11 57
Wound Knob. Tj 40 II 40
Black Mountain.. !0 52 ;H r2
AsUe lllc 9 50 ilO 01
Alexanders M 9 18 i 9 16
Marshall " 8 40 8 40
Warm Springs..1 7 20 j 7 47
Paint Pock j 7 wam
Mai l ice
Arrive. I Leave.
Arrive. I Leave
120PM Salisbury 12 40
: 9 11
j 8 4.0
1 2 00
; 1 15
Old Fort .
Warm springs. ..
I 6 '-'J
THAIN No. 7
-w tka;n No. s I
ve I Leave -lF-J Arrive U
10 ISam slievUle ..
11 12 Turnpipe...
12 31 12 4'ph Waynesvllle
12 26PM 1 00
cliatrlc ston ..
: 10 i5
Tr. JnsNo'8. 50 and 51 ran solid between Louisville
Irj carrying Pullman Slfejjera bftween
Louisville and Knoxviilc.also between
Warm Siinntrs and OOidsboro.
ana Salisbury earning Leigbten Sleeping csrs be
tween Chat ncoga and Ashevllle.
Trains .o. 52 ana run soua net ween .Momstown
W. A. TURK, A. O. P. A. ABhevilBe, X. C.
C. W. CHE AKS, a. o. p. a. Rlchlno .d Va.
V. E. McBEE. Su.H. AtflieviUe .V.
la on file in PTaUavdrlpklai
the NewMWDer Adver-
N. VV. AY ER SON. our tntborUnd scents.
tiaizur Atrcner of Meeam.
A. XALAflilil nf B hnm anna- iTfnll wmtl
were reatorod to health brouotV
lo those who
brought about Bs Indiscretion, Ex-xwure, Over-Brr.ia
"on, or 100 rreo Indulgtmoe, wb ask that Jon send
roar nam wtth atatauoMt ot roar troubka, suuiaWOT
RUPTUREO PERSONS can have PRCE
PATKAOK Fill E. with llhurtM
1(1.17 10 20
' 10.40 i
a a -
ss eh -v x
- ' sy S3
. WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Uall on the undersigned at NO 2 n,
Row. j). A. ATWEune
Asnt for tu-j CardweUThreg h
Salisbury, NC, June 8th tf.
given away -at Enni.s' Drug
Store. If you buy one dollar!
worth of gar. Ion seeds or dru
or medicines, Dr. Exxiss wfll
give 10 papers of fresh garden
sceuMia'. Ullurj lOUaC'CO
free tor oO cts. worth of
seeds or medicines
To the needs of the tourist, commercial
traveler and new settler, Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters is jecuiiarly adapted, Bince it
strengthens the digestive organs, anil
braces the physical energies to unheal!!.
ftxl inlluencs. It removes and proven
malarial fever, constipation, dyspepsia,
1 ialthfully stimulates the kidneys anj
bladder, and enriches as well as " nurifis
the blood. When averoome by fatigue,
whether mental or physical, the wearj
and debilitated find it a reliable source ot
renewed strength and comfort. For sale
by all Druggists and Dealers generally,
25 YEARS IW USE,
! Greateat jisdical Triumph of tho Age!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of 11 ppct lie, Dowels con ii to, Pain Is
the head, with a dull sensation In the
back parr, Pain ender the shoulder
blade, Fallnesa after cation-, with adis
inclination to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, I a: vr spirits, with
a feeling of having neglected some dstr.
Weariuess, Dizziness Flutterinir at the
Heart, Dots bsfarotho eyes. IXcadacbo
over the risht eye. Iteeticssness, with
fitful dreams, Hishly colored Urine, and
TUTT'S rilXS are especir.lly adaptedT
to such rases, cm do etrc-cts such a
ehang of fee! to nstonlslitlio sufferer.
Th:y l2t.reaso 2 Ai" petite, -nd came tho
body ti 1'atie oa Sicshutrius tha ( 1 ncm V
otrl3:H. ; "l -by ih rTonic Action on
the l.Jscii l vrFissnm-l2.r ti.oolsr.ro
1 u i 1
r.r.vT IT --: (? Wi.'-.-iSsi-.a char.ated to a
Cvw7 SLC hy a sin;-i-i spiill'J'-lion ct
t':H Dvr:. 1 1 i y zr' - r, :i:iturl color, r.c!
ii?lar:-ir.r;: 'v.- S.-.M Y-y r.rtvrnif'" cr
iftbvw ;-r,ici r.fifrtcf tl. C
CfHcc, iSilv-emr i:t. f'oxy Ycrk.
SubtcribeLOW for the WATCHMAN.
IF YOU WANT TO
FILL TOUR GAME BAG,
All the Latest Improvements.
FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Sporting Arm and Ammunition,
231 & 283 Broadway.
D. H. LAMBERSON A CO.,
73 Stele Street, Chicago, Ht.
ARMORY, - - - ILION, NT Y.
ABE IN THE BEST HASKEit, BY SKILLED WQBKIEI.
REMEMBER THAT CU.1 GOODS ABE ALWAYS RELIABLE.
One Piece of Solid Steel.
NO HOLES OR RIVETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADL
SEND FOR crftCULARS.
REMINGTON AGRICDLTOSiL CO.,
II. I ON. N. V.
tmw York Office. 1)8 Chambers Street.
AVroid tha iinpcai-ion of pnsantVous reint
aKsaa-inn. ssoaavsayssM u ynaca..
wnose (miy aim iito dk.-co ineirrjo-
GUkXI) t' onjaiids, dues oci lntatfera
wbh atteiuiuTi to buatcras, or cause pain
tim. issa SUlUS Kcsxmr enn has
r lueon vemtnee ,n any rar. rosmoea
arirattfis medical DrinciDies. Br direct
ueoeeis felt without delay. Tieaaiurai
ns of ti.o human orfeaniani raatured. The
iwitinn in th arat of diaeasa ita saaeifle
SSaSSS SSSSawJjal eitnauM ortitearegrsen bach, the pataent
beeomes cheerful acdrspUiysinsbothatraalth and JssssB
TBEATMEMT.-CM t&Xtt.Tn MocBC Tires, 17
HARRIS REMEDY CO., Mrc Chemists,
Trial of our Appliance. Aek for Termet
SOCK IT. Tartth Street . ST. LOUIS. HO.
63)w roR Sn