BY THF BARREL AT
ENNISS' Drug Store.
July 9, '85 tf.
FRESH TURNIP SEED I
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duced price, at -
Of all kind, at
CHE PER THAN EVER.
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THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Far Thresher. Reapers, and Mowers at
If you want your prescriptions putrup
eaeaper than anywhere else go to
ENHISS Drug Store.
JVy. 6 '85. tf.
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Diseuterr, Dtarrhcca-Flnx, &c, for sale
At ENNISS Drag Store.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
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ome attended to lor Moderate r:ees.
oar ofllce Is opposite the U. S. Patent Office, and
we can obtain Patents In less time than those re
mote from WashlnsrloB.
end Model or drawing. We advise as to patent
ability free of charge; and make ao charge union) ae
We refer her" to the Postmaster, the Supt. of
Money Order Dlv., and to officials of the U. S. Pat
eat office. For circular, advice, terms and refer
ences to actual clients in vour own State or county,
wrlteto O. A, SNOW A CO.
Opposite Patent Office, W asliington DC.
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J. Saffl'l HcCnbblns, Jr.
Keprsonting a line of
North antes equal to any in
arolina. Insures against loss
or damage by Fire, Lightning,
AVind Storms, lornadoes or Cv
clones. Policies written on short no
tice at lowest possible rates.
Be sure and call before insur
ing your LI FE ou PROPERTY.
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
tained" without the usual dis
count for cash payments.
Office, next door to A. C.
I . H. CLEMENT.
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys At Unw,
Jalisburt, N. C
FebiSrtl, 1881. .
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Feaara Powdera win rreTeot Gaprs U Fowls.
rw1trs will lnre the ntlV of roilk
a -T Prr erm., ana make the battel)
"rouua Powders will car or nrer.nt - --
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J. H. Enniss Di'uggist, Agent.
HADED '-s OT c:eln PWlndHuMa
New York Star.
Gold mark's music, rendered by a
magnificent orchestre, was reverbera
ting through the Metropolitan Opera
House on Monday night, the first score
of the "Queen of Shefaa" had begun,
the parterre boxes were filled with the
haughty dames and the beautiful daugh
ters of plutocratic New York, when a
party of ladies and gentlemen entered
box No. 11. One of the ladies was
dressed in blue, her corsage of modest
cut, a sprig of blue flowers in her
brown hair, a huge bunch of pink
roses in her hand. Perfectly self-possessed,
entirely at her ease, she drew a
fleecy cloak from her well-shaped shoul-
ders, seated herself in a; chair gallantly
placed for her, laid her bouquet and her
lorgnette on the cushioned rail before
her, and in a moment was absorbed in
the story of the beautiful queen and
her royal lover.
The scene ended and the whisper
went about that the. self-contained
young lady was Miss Winnie Davis,
the daughter ot .Jefferson Davis. 1 hen
for awhile one opera glass after another
sweeping the house rested on her long-
ter than perfect politeness would war-
rant, one was not beautiful, certainly ;
her photographs in the show windows
. . . . a
would not 'set men raving, because no
photographer could catch the expression
of her face. In repose she was full of
hauteur, in conversation her amiability
was tempered by a certain dignity
One had to look at her twice, and tiieji
he felt whv Southern men and tfbmen
love her. not alone for her father's
sake, but for own.1
TheLife of Man.
THE DAY OF DEATH IS BETTER THAN p
THE DAY OF 2?E S BIRTH,
Man, born of woman, is pt few days
and no teeth. And, indeed, it would
be nioriej in hisipocket sometimes if , he
had less of either. As for his days he
wasteth ne-third of them, and for his
teeth he has convulsions when he cuts
them, and as the last one comes through
lo! the dentist is twisting the first one
out, and the last end of that man's jaw
is' worse than first, being full of porce
lian and a roof-plate built to hold black
Borne bruises line his payway to man
hood. His father boxes his ears at
home, the big boys cuff him in the
playground, and the teacher whips him
in me school room. He risefn early
and siteth up late that he may fill his
barns and store house, and lo! the
ehildren's lawyers divide the spoils
among themselves. "Ha, ha!" He
growleth and is sore distressed because
it rameth, and he beateth upon his
breast and sayeth: "My crop is lost!"
because it raiueth not. The late rains
blight his wheat and the frost biteth
his peaches. If it be so that the sun
shineth, even among the nineties, he
sayeth, "Woe is me, for I perish," and
if the northwest wind sigheth down in
forty-two below, he crieth out, "Would
I were dead. If he wear sackcloth and
blue jeans men say, "He is a tramp,"
and if he goeth forth shaven and clad
in purple and fine linen all the people
cry, "Shoot the dude."
He carryeth insurance for twenty
five years until he has paid thrice over
for all his goods, and then he letteth
his policy lapse one day, and that same
night fire destroyeth his store. He
buildeth him a house in Jersey aud his
first born is devoured by mosquitoes;
he pitcheth his tents in New York,
and tramps devour his substance. He
moveth to Kansas and a cyclone carreth
his house away over into Missouri,
wliile aprairie fire and 10,000,000 acres
of grassnoppers fight for his crop. He
settleth himself in Kentucky, and is
shot the next day by a gentleman, a
colonel and a statesman, "because, sah,
he resembles, sah, a man, sah, he did
not like, sah." Verily, there is no rest
for the sole of his foot, and if he had
to do it again he would not be born at
all, for "tlie day of death is better than
the day of one's birth."
Hints as to Health.
An elaborate paper copied into the
North Carolina Medical-Journal for
October upon the exercise of the mili
tary-dnll is unfavorable. It is not the
amount of exercise but the posture of
the soldier that is objected to. It is
very essential to obtain exercise for
health, and it is probably true that the
nest way to secure it is not by the mill
tary drill. The women of the South do
lot as a general thine take enough out
door exercise. They frolic enough, but
that is not healthful. What they need is
regular outdoor exercise, and the best is
walking. It is much more invigorating
aud health giving to walk two miles
than to ride six miles. It is really
wonder that rich and fashionable wom
en live to the ages they do knowing how
vry little exercise they take. Thev at
least who refuse to walk ought to have
a gymnasium and they ought to exer
cise with Indian clubs and take all the
experience of athletes and scullers.
Just here, let us sav that the female
schools as a general thing: are not suffi
ciently alive to the question of proper
physical exercise for the pupils. There
cannot be any doubt as to the great
benefits accruing from a well regulated
' a l - it
gymnasium, iwery xemaie so nod in
;i i i 1 ill m
tne i.i ini snouia nave one and proper
instruction should be given. It is be
lieved that such a course would prevent
many ot those maladies that prematurely
afflict so many American women
as r. ii
.CjYery ouwiern girl or woman
should make it a rule to take some out
door exercise whenever the weather al
lows. The English women can teach
our women a needed lesson in this mat
ter. The daughters of the first women
ngland will put on shoes and laceil
ign and thick as men's heavy boots,
and will walk in rains or dews or mud
by the mile. An American some years !
aero crave this account: He was at or nmiri
Ana fha Pnirlioli lob-oe
w o , . ,... . r "
viae w uwuuijih-u utoj iijui 11-
ing he saw at an early hour two female
eiue5jtrians pass his hotel at a rapid nde,
a man accompanying but riding some
distance in the rear. He inquired who
they were. He was told they were the
daughters of Duke somebody, and that
thef took a gallop every morning of ;
4 uLeJ. Lma l..oV 1
fast hour, Let our girls and matrons
tflk mnrp hnhhtn PTPreise and tW
1 r I T I I I I II .1 I WT- llll W . kill X. KM 1 (11 PL A i
take more healthful exercise and they
will hav less us for the doctors and !
for trips away. In malarial countries
1 a4- fhnm nrr i,l 4- Via ! rrVkf nit trwl fVlA
IV V tUVUl U1VJU tllV 111KUV UU MIU 1.'-
midday sun. Take exercise early in the J
morning oy 8 o cioctcsay out always
take a cup of tea or coffee and some
ight food before going out.
Evil of Indorsing..
I affirm, says J udge Waldo Brown,
in toe Boston l ravel lev, max trie sys
tem of indorsing is all wrongs and
should be utterly abolished. I believe
that it has been the financial row of
more men than, perhaps, alb other
r a 1 a a
eanses. l think that our young men
especially should study the matter
carefully in all its bearings, and adopt
some settled policy to govern their con-
dust, so as to be ready to answer the
man who , asks them to sign his note.
What responsibility does one assume
when he indorses a note? Simply this:
He is held for the payment of the
amount in full, principal and interest,
if the maker of the note, through mis-;
fortune, mismagetnent, or rascality,
fails to pay it. Notice, the indorser
assumes all the responsibility with no
voice in the management of the busi
ness and no share in the profits of the
transaction, if it prove profitable; but
with a certainty of loss if, fr any of
the reasons stated, the principal fails
to pay the note. .
What an Egg will Do.
.For burps and scalds nothing is
more soothing than the white, of an
egg, when poured over the "wound.
It is softer as a varnish for burns than
collodion, and, being always at hand,
can be applied. It is also more cooling
than sweet oil and cotton, which were
formerly supposed to he the surest ap
plication to allav smarting paki. It is
the contact with tne air which gives
the extreme discomfort experienced
from the ordinary accident of this kind
and anything that excludes the air and
prevents lnliamation is the thing which
should be. at once applied. The egg is
considered one of the best remedies for
dysentery. Beaten up slightly, with or
without sugar, and swallowed at a gulp.
by its emollient qualities, to lessen the
intianiation of the stomach and in
testines, and by forming a transient
coatingfon these organs, to enable na
ture to resume her healthful sway over
a diseased body. 1 wo, or at most three
eKgs per daywould be all that is required
in ordinary cases; and since egg is not
merely a medicine, but food as well,
the lighterthe diet otherwise and the
quieter the patient is kept, the more
certain and rapid the recovery.
Betting Him on a pair of Deuces.
From the Chicago Mail.
A capital story is told of the slavery
days of ex-Gov. Pinchback. When a
mere lad he belonged to a rich old
Southern or who was very fond of poker.
nis master was once traveling on a
Mississippi river boat, and had played
cards m the cabin all night. Luck
went against him to such an extent
that he lost every penny he had on his
person. 1 hen he offered to play
slave, to the ex-(.TOvernor, against So,
000. On this basis the cards was
dealt. The young lad watched his
master's hand eagerly. The old South
ernor looked at nis cards, and raised
the ante. He was met, and promptly
raised again. At this moment a gen
tleman who had recently come up,
attracted by the young negroe's looks,
called him aside. "Whose boy are
m a -a . . w v - aa V
you f he asked. "Ue Lord above only
knows, sah," answered Pinchback.
anxiously. " I use' ter b'long to Mars'
C " v , but he done gone an' bet me
on a pair ob deuces' " Bet you on a
pair of deuces ?" "Yes, sah; an' I dun
no whose boy I is now. But de ole
mass a he's bluffin' like de mischief an'
I reckon I'se gwine ter stay." The
Simplicity is often the offspring of
incapacity. Whitehall Times.
The humble man never has to make
apologies. Boston Courier.
It's a wise sardine that knows its
father. Boston Budget.
Home is the anchor of the soul and
happiness the hanker. Boston Courier.
A rolling stone gathers no moss, but
it doesn't get left. Pittsburg Dispatch.
Contentment is said to be as good as
money. Both are hard to keep. Kite
The wise man takes the bandage off
his eyes and puts it over his mouth.
Man is a paradox. He prays for the
millennium and acta to prevent its
coming. Boston Coureir.
It is singular, bnt true, that straight
ened circumstance do not tend to make i
a man erect. Hartford Sunday Jour
Kever borrow if yon can possibly
avoid it, but if you are compelled to,
then borrow enough to make it pay
The difference between fame and
money is that one covers a man with
glorv and the other with good clothes.
Vheu you got a shweet oxbression on
your face it vas eofer a good many
freckles ahoud vour eoundenauct.
i National Weekly'.
Earthquakes, floods, droughts, short
crops, disastrous epidemics, cyclones,
Ii.ihKn nwiAfifu;iB A
-t'. .jww ms Mua
I l - jj. " 1 l 1 l i t ii
soorx euminjs ana DacKSiiams 01 tnis
people are being set down against them.,
1 - Lenoir Toptc.
,ra nf hi5
She Waited Forty Years for It
From Eugene Field's Talk.
An old maid of this city recently ft
wz. w . - t
J6? . Iiere 10
her nrst ride in a sleep
obIJged .to gg W J. TOg
JW mlddle of the night she
... . -
, Me ml(te OI, 11
startled the whole car by
startled the whole car by a series ot
fortissimo shrieks. The porter ran to
i her assistance, and in answer to his in-
. 1 1 1 t 1 1 il j
co er aisl ne Sg?
forty years of patient waiting her worst
tears were realized.
Arouse the faculties, stimulate the cir
culation, purify the blood, by using A$er
Only Ono Way.
Amateur tenor (who has been a
broad) Ah my man you are an eye
doctor, I understand."
Omaha occulist "I am an occulist,
"Yes: well, what I want to know is
whether there is any way to prevent
the eyes from filling with water while
"None that I know of except to steel
your heart aginst the suffering of the
audience.'1 Omaha World.
The most reliable article in use for re
storing uray hair to its original color and
promoting its growth, is Hall s vegetable
Sicilian Hnir Renewcr. X
" A Well Worked Scheme.
"Don't you like Telly cake with frost
ing on top, Mr. Featherly inquired
"Oh. yes," laughed Featherly, "but I
thought I Jiad eaten alout all the des
ert I ought. However, since Bobby is
so polite about it, Mrs. Hendricks,"
continued the young man, "I believe
you may give me a small piece of the
"All right," said Bobbv. "and I'll
have some too. Ma said I could have
a piece if she had to cut into it."
Excitement in Tezas.
Great excitement has been caused in the
vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
recdverv. of Mr. J. E. Corley, who w as so
helpless lie could notJ-urn in bed, or raise
his head: everybody said ho vvus dyinir of
Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. Kin
New Discovery was sent him. Findin
relief, he bought a large bottic and a box
ol Dr. King s NewXite Pills; bv the tune
he had taken two boxes of Pills and tw
bottles of the Discovery, he was well and
had gained in flesh thirty-six pounds.
Trial Bottles of this Great Discovery for
Consumption free at Kluttz's Drug Store.
Bartholdi's statue is spoken of as that of
"the Goddess ot Liberty." It would be just
as well to drop this designation of goddess,
not exactly because it was born of the old
heathen idea ol the duality ot God and its
consequent polytheism, but because it ex
prerses what has no cxistancc. It is butter,
we think, to speak of"the statue of Liberty,"
and leave the goddess to attend to the
household duties of the "god" whosever
wile she may- be. The statue is a statueof
Li'.erty not a statue of a god or a goddess.
The term is every way misleading and ano
The Verdict Unanimous.
W. D. Suit, Druggist. Rippus, Ind., tes
tifies: "I can recommend Electric Bitters as
the very best remedy. Every bottle sold
has given relief in every case. One man
,is)trok six lottles, and was cured of liheuinn
tisra of 10 years' standing.
Hare, druggist, Bellville, Ohio, affirms
'The best selling medicine I have ever
handled in my 20 years' experience, is
Electric Bitter!." Thousands of others
have added their testimony, so that the
verdict is unanimous that Electric Hitters
do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidney or
Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at
Kluttz's Drug Store.
Snn Spots and Terrestrial Phenomena.
Prof. Young in Popular Science Monthly.
While it is not at all unlikely that
careful and continued investigation
will result in establishing some real in
fluence of sun spots upon terrestrial
meteorology, it is also practically cer
t in that this influence, if it exists at
all, is very insignificant and so masked
and veiled as to be very difficult to de
termine. There is no ground or reason
for the current speculations of certain
newspaper writers who ascribe almost
every great storm in the eastern part
of the United States to some sun spot
or other. The strange connection be
tween solar disturbances and magnetic
disturbances on the earth has however,
become more certain, if possible, than
ever before, and is no longer disputed
Sam Jones and the 'Quake.
(Extract Atlanta Constitution.)
Sam Jones sas, ''The 'quake is an awful
thinjj a visitation that is alarming, but it
will help the meeting. People will stop
and think for a little while, lor I tell yu
that sinners are cowards. Nobody en
stand the earthquuke ngue but a Christian.
That is an ague tliat Simmons Liver Regu
lator can't cure."
But for Ague, Dumb Ague, Fever and
Ague, Swamp Fever, intermittent Fever,
and Chills and Fever in a word,
Tho one sure preventive and cure, positive
in its results and speedy in its action, is
Simmons Liver Regulator, a purely vegeta
ble preparation, preparedbv J. II. Zeilin &
Co., of Philadelphia. It strkes at the sent
of the disease by regulating the I.iTer. It
produees a healthy, vigorous condition of
the liody in place of the general debility
which accompanies Malarial Fevers. A
cloud of w itnesses nuniltcriiig the best and
noblest of the land, will attest the truth of
Map Bakina Powder,
Manufactured by F. Davidson & Co.
SALISBURY, N. C
is put up ana sow mTin cans, aat it reertmmonds
; lu?t theJu,? t0f "enth, xrsiroxxirr.
arm ruau qtwiiTiea. it h a:s ) ei-onotiilctil and
wweaM. tjr ask yi'ir trrocor ror the
3Inyl Unking Powder.
To a Young Housekeeper.
One of the best roles ever given
i v i uwri ww i . iii. i-i i 1 1 1 1 1 1 n ir w;i a- w v
see every part of vour house from gar
ret to cellar at least once a day; the
servants get to know this, and couse
auently thev never throw things into
corners, or leave untidy closets."' This
is especially good advice concerning
the kitchen; Make a point of opening
pantrv drawers, lifting the wasbtub
lids; take a look into the refrigerator
every morning, and see what difference
it will make in the cook's neatness. A
good mistress can always manage to do
this while she is giving the day's
orders, and in such a way as not to
offend the etrTs feelings; for some-
and the best irirls are very sensitive
about being watched, or rather a hav
ing their ability to keep a tidy kitchen
doubted. At the same time, the know
ledge that her mistress is more than
likely to take a look into the refrigera
tor at any time will greatly influence
the cutting awav of provisions ana
keepsng the waste pan empty. Harp
er s Bazar.
It is Unlucky
struck by lightning
fo sit on a buzz saw
in motion on
To break the mirror vour wife'
innthpr iJive her.
To fall down stairs with the parlor
stove on Tuesday.
To speculate with other people"
money, and get caught.
To tret wet when you fall overboart
while boating on Thursday.
To bill collector over your righ
shoulder on Saturday.
. dnii)rer" r.s vr-.'
liVressinij rnmplaint. If
aeiclecteu. it t
ton !. by
a t.'itntiuti, cue up-
pressing tlie t-me ot lilo ijt.ejl, 10 truparo mo wngr
for Rapid Ueclme.
Quickly aDd coir.olet'.'ly l'isr?a t;. . .ii'.-p-iin in all
ita forma. llf iM'.m :i. 1 eVliing. Telling the
Food. etc. It eiuiclie-? au ! .lUririeatTic I .ood ttimu
lats the npjivti'e. tn-i i !.i ibo nffdriilacicrn of fotid.
Rev. J. T. Rossitkr, tuo !;enred Duster of the
First Reforms 1 Church. B' himr.ro. 'd.. says:
" Having ummI Brown! Iron bitter for Dyspepsia
and Indi.Kt'-;: u l t ko gret pliuiarcre in recom
mending it highly. Ai: o consider h n uph zidid toi.to
and invig orator, and c(;ry itTvngthaaicaf"
HOW. JOSEPH C. SUIT. Judgo of Circuit Court,
Clinton Co., Ind.. any: ' 1 beer m-.st l i.eerlul teeti
mony to the crficary c.f T,rorr Iron li.ttar for
Dyspepsin, and a to-.r"
Gonuini' !ia .1. : . 1! irk and cr'sv.-d rrd linos
on wrapper. Ttike .i;'T. iiri1a i nly by
The Watchman is devoted to the best
interests of the people of North Carolina;
to the development of the State's indus
trial resources; to her farms, her forests,
her minerals and her water-powers.
It should be in your family. Subscribe
A T-iifo Experience,
cuiclt cures. T: isJ.
ELamp for seal&d particulars. Address
Dr. YAftD l CO. Louisiana, Mo,
given away at Enniss' Drug
Store. If yon buv on e-dollar's
worth of garden seeds or drugs
or medicines. Dr. Ex.niss a v ill
give 10 papers of IVesli garden
seedsf-i'ee. ALSO Tobacco seed
free for oOeis. worth of garden
seeds or medicines
(Wound on White Spools.)
A full hue fiV this celebrated THREAD
WHITK, FAST BLACK ami COb
OlfcS for ssle at wholesale ar.d retail bv
MERONEt & BKO, Salisbury N. .
COPY el 7hS
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at'.l Se;tlmBt ol Ever
Flower aad Surub. 3000
3 dilfert-iii kiiuia. AImi all
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is tur ami coasaitla work
of I lie khifl e er pub
lislieil. Sk-rul Fifteen
f'ent in -cim for
a sample copy, also our
price in axeniK. Aajenta
wartil iwnriiii. .1 l.
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Dtngor ! A neglected cold or cough may
eaifki Ti'neumonia.OonsumptfvHi or other fatal
disease. Strong's Peetoral Pills will cure a
cold a by ma?ic Best thine tor dyspepsiajn
digestion, sick headacho as thousands testify.
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lona run in our ninr, in irpn 10 innui-
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tttxvi' thia On tt'W rontrwrv. th grivrtiyTy nro TPry
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Richmond & Danville Railroad.
Western North Carolina Division.
General Passer ger Cfiice.
ASHEVILLK, N. C.-Aug. Si, 18Rj.
Comaienclns Aug. 22. the lolluwlng Piissengcr
Train schedule, will be oiionit(.a over UUs di
vision. TUAIN NO. .v.'
Arrive I Leave.
TRA-n NO. VA
Vrilve i Leave.
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L'tiUiul Kuub. . .
'A' ;i riu Springs.
Paint Poo v
5 1J'M P. M.
i 3 10
12 27 TH
TRAIN NO. 50.
Arrive. I Leave
ii l ies
TRAIN No. 51.
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i uorganlon . . .
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1 iil.u k Mount
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: I'alnt Koek . .
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:0 AM AshriUIe
11 12 Turnpt)e
12 40r.M v.j oef vlllc
12 2f,PM t 00
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VV-hmier . ..
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' S 25
j 9 :
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Meal Sl lllonS.
Trains No's. 50 anLVl run solid 'jetween LotiNvIlle
a.nd Sullslniry earrjjrfnS Pulun-in sieepens bf 1 ".veeD
(iQClnatli; Loulsnlle and Knoxvlile also between
Warm Sprinirs and Ooldsboio.
Train? No. 52 and 5.1 run solid bet ween Morrlsiovvn
1 no Salisbury earn Ing Letchton Sleeping cure !;
iwern (;hnit.inoiga an'i Asheviljp..
W. A I IM'K. a'. G. P. A. ArdieviHo, N. C.
c. w. cure i;s, 4 . a. p. a Klebrtond Va.
v. E. McltlvE. SUiii. Ashevlile N. V.
rTITTTQ 13 A TU'T mnylic founrt e-u fllo f.t Om.
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. Adveniinx Bureau U0 Sjr-iee Sw). Vk brre aJvcrUfciog;
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Sjr"C5TtK9 Diphtheria, Crov
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rowoer is sbaolutely
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mutrated. One ounce
in worth a pound of
any other kind. It is
strictly a medictne tol
b iri Ten with food.
old everywhere, or sent by mail for 35 oeata IB
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SUCH TESTIMONY? WE THINK NOT.
Only a lew of our ra.inv certificates are (riven here.
Others cm be obtalae-Mrom your druggist, or by
3 C. CO., ATHENS, Ga.
Fnr Sale by JTIL ENNISS, Salisbury N.C.
I certifv that on the 15th of Febru-
ary I comniuience4 pivinp; my four!
,y children, acu 2, 4,6 and years,
icn:i iivcij, ouiiiun ?i mill vu, uu
ami within six days there were at.
3 least 1200 worms expelled. One child!
9 passed over 100 in one night.
KJ J. E. Simpson.
Hall Co., Fobrnary 1, 1S79.
Sg, Srn: My child, five years old,had
symptoms of worms. I tried calome
and other Worm Medicines, but fail
) ! t
ed to expel any. Seeing Mr. T3airJ
certificate, 1 got a vial of your V oriii
A Oil mil tlif tii'f Jiwn lirmi.ilit fitrtv
f of ra im c inl tli. v.'.'i.ni 1 ar monvi
nwi inf hum i uv .jvwvvui' yov ' imui i i
were passed I could not count them.
S. II. ADAMS.
lT LAMP CHIMNEYSj
that' will not break by heatlor sale at
DIAMOND DYES - All colors yott
wish at ENNISS1
DON'T FORGET to call for Reeds of
all kinds at ENNISS'r
TO THE LADIES :
Call and see the Flower Pots-nt
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of Moses
Lyerjy, det 'd, to prcscnU-the same to me
for piajruent. on or before the 14th day of
October, 1887, otherwise this notice will be
plead in bar of recovery. And" those in
ducted to said estate, are requested to make
Oct. 14 '88." Joseph M. T.ykrt.t,
The Hi in ofj. H. THOMPSON'S
SONS, h ive this day dissolved co
paitnership by mutual consent. They
nave on h ind a large lot of wagons.
Plows, Feed Cutters &c., which they
otTir at cost for cash, in order that they
may close up 1 he business between this and
the 1st day of January 18S7. All indebted
to the above firm will please call at once
and settle their notes and accounts; other
wise they will Inrput in the hands of
officer for collection. Uespectfuify,
J. II. Thompson s Sons.
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40 : 2 in.
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