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M t riiinnn
Simmons Livar Bsgnulator
is what the name indicates a "Regulator"
of that most important ocgan, the Liver.
Is vour Liver out of orderr 'men ts your
whole svstm deransed, the breath often-
ve, you hitve headache, feel languid,
dispinted, and nervous, no appetite, sleep ,
is troubled and nnretresntng. fcjiramons
Liver Rcsrulater restores the healthy
action of the Liver. 8ee that you get the
Genuine, prepared by J. H. Zelin & Co.
Bingham's Reported Capture.
R tleigh, N. C, Jan. 20. Governor
Scales has received a telegram from
Knoxville that a detective there has
irrested Bingham, the deaf mnte mur
derer of Miss Turlington, but is unwil
ling to surrender him until the Legis
lature has passed a bill, now pending,
to increase the reward for his capture
from 8400 to 700. This news needs
c no linn at ion. Watciiman. ,
Good Results in Every Case. T.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes that he win
seriously afflicted with a severe co'd that
settled on his lungs; had tried many reme
dies without benefit. Being induced to try
Dr. Kinu's New Discovery for Consumption,
did so and was entirely cured by the use of
a few bottles. Since which time he has
used it in his family for all Coughs and
Colds with best results. This is the expe
rience of thousands whose lives have been
saved bv this "Wonderful discovery.
Trial bottle free at Kluttx's Dru Store.
Favorable to Admission.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 20. The
House committee of territories to day
reported back favoAbly the Senate hill
for the admission to the Statehood of
Washington territory and a portion of
Idaho, with an amendment admitting
Montano on like terms. Another
amendment requires the constitution
of the new States to include prohibition
An End to Bond Scraping.
Edward Sheperd, of Harrisburg, Bl.,
says, Having received so much benefit from
Ehctr.c Bitters, 1 feel it my duty to let
suneung humanity Know it. nave nati a
running sore on mv leg for eight years; my
doctois told me I would have to have the
bone sera l ied or ler amputated. I used.
itisteio, three lottle of Electric Bitters and
seven boxes of Buck I en's Arnica Salve, and
mv lei: is now sound and well.
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
bott le, and Ducklen's arnica Salve at 25c
per box at Kluttz's Drug Store.;,
Explosion at Newport News.
Newport News, Val, Jan. 20. One
of the large grain elevator boilers of
the Chespeake and Ohio railroad explod
ed about 3 o clock this afternoon, tear
ing the brick boiler house to pieces
At the time of the explosion five men
were within the building. Samue
Robinson, assistant fireman was killed;
W. Mcliae, fireman, was terribly scald
ed; David Scott, LI ic hard Jordan and
Wm. Narceise, colored laborers, were
badly burned. The damage to the ele
vator is $S,000.-
" Canstunption Can bo Cured."
Dr. J. S. Combs, Oirensville, Ohio says
"I have given Scott's Ktiiulsioii of C
Liver Oil with IIy)o)hosphites to fbjhr
patients with better result than seemed
possible with any reined v. AH were hered
itary cases of Lung disease, and advanced
to that 8ta'c when Coughs, nain in the
chest, frequent breathing, frequent pulse
fever, unit iuuu iat ion. All these eases
have increased in weight fron; !Gto2Slbs
ami are not now needing any medicine. I
prescribe no other Emulsion of Cod Liver
Oil with Hypophosphites, Lime and Soda
but Scott's, believing it to be the best."'
Giving With a Grudge.
THE PASSAGE OF MEXICAN PENSION BILL.
Washington, Jan. 17. The House
today passed the Mexican pension bill
as it came from the Senate byan over
whelming majority. There seems to
be no doubt that the President will ap
prove th bill. It provides that a pen
sion of 8 a month shall be paid to all
surviving officers and enlisted men, in
clud ng marines, militia and volunteer
of the military and naval services of
the United States, who being duly en
Kstei, actually served sixty days with
the army or navy of the United States
in Mexico or on the coasts or frontier
thereof dr enroute thereto in the wai
with that nation, or who were actually
engaged in battle in said war and were
honorably discharged, and to such oth
er officers and soldiers and sailors n
may have been personally named in am
jesolution-of Congress for any specific
service in said war, and the surviving
widows of such officers and enlisted
men: Provided, that such widows have
not remarried : Provided that every
such officer, enlisted man or widow,
who is or may become 62 years of age,
or who isor may become subject to any
disabilities or dependency equivalent to
some cause prescribed or recognized by
the pension laws of the United States
as sufficient reason for the allowance
of a pension, shall be entitled to the
benefits of this Act; but it shall not be
held to include any person not within
the rule of age or disability or depen
dency herein defined, or who incurred
such disability while in any manner
voluntarily engaged in or aiding or
abetting the late rebellion against the
authority of the United States, Section
4,716 of the Revised Statutes is repeal
ed, so far as it relates to this Act or to
pensioners under the Act.
Bucklen'8 Arnica Salve.
The Debt Sai.vb in the world for Cut,
Bruises. Sores, Ulcere, Salt Rhetlm, Fever
Sore. Tctte, Chappeci Haiuls, Chil Mains
Corns, antl all Skin Eruption, ami positive
ly cures Piles, or no pay reiajred. It is
ftiarantwi ro jnvc pericct satit;irtion. r
money reuitirlcd. Price 25 cents pes bx.
Fr Sale by Kluttz & Co.
One pood second hand Dean Sinking
Pump, in eood order. Apply to
The Nrw Hoover H114, Gold Minis
Co, Hoover Hill, N. (V
I 11:2m. :
Sowing Tobncco Seed.
Now w the time for sowing tobacco
gel, and those of our farmers who
.mifpmnlate raisini? this weed sftonin
..l.. u;a -.nrt nnd not delav it
, t u f transplanting in
L Unnnln, fl.s ,Hnn.
of tobacco all farmers not thoroughly
skilled in its management are alwttvs
rea(lv to learn all tbey can that will
I ,.,f..,ra r,mt 17 R
Davis of Hickory, who is a successful
planter and a practical man in every
way, gives the following hints in re
gard to the preparation and care ot
To the planter an early and abun
dant supply of tobacco plants is the
thing of prime importance, lo secure
this the seed mav be sown at any time
between the 15th of December and the
15th of March, the earlier the better,
and alloting 100 square yards of seed
bed to everv lU,uuu plants tnat wm oe
needed. The ground selected for the
purpose should be virgin soil of sandy
texture, rich and moist, with full ex
posure to the sun, but sheltered to the
north and west by rising ground or
growing timber, against the cold winds
of early springy Such spots can be
readily found m wooded hollows, at
the foot of hills, and near to or along
side some water course. Other things
being equal, the farther into the woods
the spot selected is the better in order
toscape the potato bug.
Barninu the riant lied. 1 he ground
having been well chosen, the next
thing is rake it cleanly, and then bum
it thoroughly so as to kill all germs of
vegetation. The burning can be at a
single blast, if done with dry brash.
heaped upon the entire bed a height of
some four feet. A better but costlier
method is to burn with wood laid upon
i i i
green poles, winch serves tne pur
pose of ventilation, in ease the wood
should be piled the whore length and
s I O i 1
or convenient tvidtn, sav six reet, ana
after the pile has been well kindled it
should be allowed to burn some two
hours, or until the poles underneath are
burnt up. The burning wood and lire
coals should now be moved by using
old hoes fastened upon long handles,
and again spread a convenient width
and fresh wood added, which should
burn until the ground underneath has
been burnt sis thoroughly as before,
and so on until the entire bed has
bnru't over. So soon tis the ground
has cooled enough to walk upon it,
and without removing the ashes, it
should Je broken deeply and finely
with the mattock, care being taken
not to invert the soil, and then chop
ped with weeding hoes and raked until
clean of roots and well pulverized for
which reason land should never be
burnt when too wet.
Sowing the Seed. The bed is now
ready for seeding. The variety of seed
recommended is Orinoco. The quanti
ty sown should be one and a half
tablespoonful to every 100 square yards,
and in that exact proportion for each
fraction of multiple thereof. Great
care should be taken to sow the seed
as regularly ns possible, so us to prevent
some spots from being too thin, and.
what is worse, other spots from being
too thick. To do so the seed should be
carefully measured and then thorough
ly mixed in a convenient quantity of
dry ashes, and the mixture divided
into two equal pirts. The bed should
be marked off into convenient sowing
breadths by lines of four feet apart,
and sowed entirely over with one-half
the seed in one direction, and then
over again with the other half and in
the opposite direction, the sower re
tracing his steps. The seed should be
left upon the surface and neither hoed
or raked into the soil, but trodden in
with the foot, or pressed with the back
of a weeding hoe, or better still, by
passing a light roller over the bed.
To prevent drifting or puddling of the
seed by washing rains, where the
ground is rolling, trenches slightly
inclined and two inches deep and four
feet apart should be made with t lie
mattock across the bed. Where the
ground is flat and subject to being sob
bed, it should be thoroughly drained,
as nothing draws more easily than the
For the three-fold purpose of warm
th moisture and fertility, the bed should
now be top-dressed with a covering
half inch thick of good stable manure
broken fine, the fresher the better,
but in any case free of grass seed.
Wheii-such stable manure is not con
venient, then from the hen house or
hog-pen will answer, hog hair also
making an excellent tnp-dressing. It
neither of these is at hand, some
strongly ammonized fertilizer should
be applied at the rate of half bushel of
it to every 300 square yards, and raked
into the soil before seeding. The bed
should be thickly covered with fine
brush to prevent both drying and freez
ing of the soil, by which the plants
are either checked in their growth or
lifted out bv the roots.
Commissioner's Sale of Land.
By virtue of a decree of the Superior
Court for partition among the lieirs at
law of Samuel Linn, deceased, the under
signed, as commissioners of Court, will
sell on the premises, on Wednesday the
9th day of February 1887 the following
descrilnd tract of land: About (107) one
huudretl and even acres, situate about
one mile from China Grove and known as
the Samuel Linn nlace. Fair dwelling
and out houses and about fortv acres of
heavy timber. This sale will be confirm
ed by the Court, if it brings a fair price.
Terms of-sateotttnird cash dnd the re
maining two-thirds on a credit of nine
months, with interest at eight per cent on
the deferred payment. Title reserved un
til the purchase money is paid.
C. A. Linn,
D. W. Bostian, ) Coin'n.
Jan. 3d 18S7. ILtds
GOLD HIL AT A BARGAIN !
A 5 stamp cold mill and 4 copper
plates, 40x20, all good as new and but
little used, for salv at a bargain.
Address T. K. Bruneb.
Salisbury, X. C.
The Average Length of Life De-
creas'ng Not Pestilence
' Kjt Famine -All oar ,
own la nt.
Modern Cooking and Mod
ern Living have brought it
on. It comes upon us una
wares. The patients have
pains about the chest and sides,
and sometimes in the back.
They feel dull and sleepy; the
mouth has a bad taste, especi
ally in the morning. A sort
ot sticky slime collects about
the teeth. The appetite'is poor.
There is a feeling like a heavy
load on the stomach ; sometimes
a faint, all-gone sensation at
the pit of the stomach which
food does not satisfy. The
eyes are sunken, the hands
and feet become cold and feel
clammy. After a while .a
cough sets in, at first dry, but
after a few months it is at
tended with a greenish colored
expectoration. The patient
feels tired all the while, and
sleep does not seem to afford
any rest. After a time he be
comes nervous, irritable and
gloomy, and has evil forebod
ings. There is a giddiness, a
sort of whirling sensation in
the head when rising up sud
denly. The bowels become
costive; the skin is dry and
hot at times; the blood becomes
thick and stagnant; the whites
of the eyes become tinged with
yellow; the kidney secretions
becomes scanty mid high col
ored, depositing a sediment
after standing. There is fre
quently a s it ting up of the
food, sometimes with a sour
taste and sometimes with a
sweetish taste; this is fre
quently attended with palpi-
f tation of tne heart and Asth-
msfttic symptoms; the vision be
comes impaired, with spots be
fore the eyes; there is a feel
ing of great prostration and
weakness. All of these symp
toms are in turn pi-eseut. It
is thought that nearly one-half
of our population has this dis
ease in some of its varied forms.
Shaker Extract of Roots (Sei
gel's Syrup) changes the fer
ments of the Digestive organs so
as to convert the food we eat into
a form that will give nourish
ment to the feeble body, and
food health is the consequence
The effect of this remedy is
simply marvelous. Millions
upon millions of bottles have
been sold in this country, and
the testimonials in favor of its
curative powers are over
whelming. Hundreds of so
called diseases under various
names are the result of indi
gestion, find when this cue
trouble is removed the other
diseases vanish, i r tl,oy are
but syiiipton of te redl
Testimonials from thousands
of people t?;ealvincr highly of
its curative properties prove
this beyond a doubt. Sold by
drusrgists. . .
Of the Clerk of the Board of County
Committsioners for the County of Rowan,
to the firt Monday in December, A. 1).
Amounts and items audited by the
Board to the members thereof:
Thos J Sumner, er diem
u " 7 days extra service
" " mileage
C F Baker, por diem,
" 4 days extta service
W L Kluttz, per ciem
" " 4 days txtra service
J S 3IcCubbins,per dit m
" 1 day extra service
L W Coleman, per diem
H N Woodson, Clerk, per diem
Distances traveled by the members of
the Board in attending 'the sessions of the
Thomas J Sumner, 180 miles
L W Coleman, 240 4i
Horatio X. Woodson, Cl'k.
Dec. 1st. 1887. 7:4t.
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The Baron and the Treasury Girl
Th 3 story going the rounds of the
press about the pretty Boston girl who
became the - wife of the late king of
Portugal finds a paralell, though in a
less degree, in the marriage of a pretty
government clerk of this city, says a
vv asnington letter to ine imcaco yewn.
About ten years ago the name of Camil
la Woodford was borne on the rolls of
the treasury department as a clerk in
the redemption division. At that time
Miss Woodford was scarcely IS years
old. She was the younger member of
of an old Southern family that had lost
their fortune during the war, and was a
gentlewoman by birth and education.
One day the Baron Von Havre, the Bel
gian minister, who was visiting the de
artment. chanced to enter the room
where Miss Woodford sat. It was a
case of love at first sight The btiron
inquired her mime, and through the
chief of the bureau requested an intro
duction. He called upon her several
times, and at last proposed marriage.
The lady then informed him that she
was already betrothed to a fellow-clerk
in the department. He urged her to
cancel the engagement, but she declin
ed, although admiting had she met
him first that her answer might have
been different. Finding her obdurate
the baron resolved to leave America
hoping in the distractions of some Euro
pean court to forget the pretty Yankee
girl who had refused his suit. Me went
St. Petersburg, but within 90 days, re
turned to Washington again. This
time the lady smiled more graciously
upon him, and sn the end consented to
become the Baroness Von Havre.
Shortlv after their mnsriage, which, I
sy O '
am told, has proven a remarkably hap
py one, they removed to Brussels, where
they still reside. What became of Miss
Woodford's former sweetheart I have
never head, but he probably accepted
the situation philosophically, lis W iu.t
poor government clerk would not when
nobleman with an income of $50,000
he had a rival in a young and handsome
a year. -
At this Reason naartjr every "ne urcis to ue aotsa
Bert nf tonic. IKON enters tr.to nin-- t -y ph) -aician's
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It Enriclic) the Uloedt liiYicun.u-s tLo
System, Kewtore.s Appetite, Aids l'isrcsl iou
It does not blacken or injuro the teeth, cenve head
ache fir produce constipation uihr? htm mlicimrt !
Dr. O. H. BtJfKlXT, a leading physician of Spring
field. Ohio, saj-s:
" Brawn's Iron Bittors is a thoroughly g?od medi
cine. I use it in my practice, and liod its action ex
cels all other forms of iron, la Treakue. ora luwr con
dition of the system, Brown's Iron Bitters is OFual.'y
a positive necessity. It is HI thnt is claimed for it."
Ds. W. N. W ATE 1X8, 1219 Thirty-second Street.
Georgetown, D. C, says: "Brown's Iron Bitters is
the Tonic of the aise. Nothing better. It creates
appetite, gives Ktreusth and improves digestion." i
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Dors not leave Goldsbom Sunday nlr,'ht.
JDoes not leave Greensboro Sat uiiay night,
JAS. L. TAYl.Ori. G. P. A..
Washington. 1). C.
W, A. Tci:k, A. O. P A.
Ashevllle, N . C.
fTTTTTC T A T5TJ'T? may Jio foujwi n file r.t Gcx
AmvitHs'.tir bun'CCtidO spnice St.i. wlirn SMiierfi-trg
Com & Cotton
Ofllce between A. C. Harris
and Blluttz & Rendleman.
BRING YOUR COTTON
J. D. GASKILLr.
V VI' js -
T" CTTSE8 Dlphtherl
f aarseseaa. Tnfl
- vwsmsm wcsaaes.
Arrive 12 3C a m '
Leave 1 1 00 p.m
Arrive fi 18 pm
11 5U m
8 SO ,
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. fa Bl BBMB M illl Efi M BT
t-Mrej.lim,n.. H.. iJ nooirTTS '.iinnfTr 11 inewma. win poaitlTeiy cure or
i,i IS w-?1?LliH2S!?h nnsa10B around oaeh box ia wui th tea Umea taVoojt. of o box of
fi-oe So S rlthJllS- y yU lr3ra be tl.atiitful. OaeJetll uose. f.ustrated paaphltt
is d r 6erTwhere- ortcat by toMI forare. in atc.mps. Ur. I. S. JOjWSON it CO.. 23 C.H. St.. Uoiton.
fowdcr la absolutely
i-urc sun nirn.y
cmt rated. Oceo
la worth a ponsd .
any oilier kind. Tt t.i
triotly a medicine to
ssamssai witn Itwxi
fforywhetwo ceat by pp.U for 2B ooBte In
mx ossua 3y axiaroaa, y.-cp.d, tor $&.itQ.
HQlIsri HsilPiaa H riYic
MHIffl. Ill nifv" n 1
ofHisi en bu vm vm m mm v. h fai n
a 5 fi
BEST P.EMEIY KNOWN FOE
In all forms and stages.
REQUIRES NO INSTRUMENT.
It Cure 5 whara others failed to iv
' : s
Dr.B. B Pav!, Athens, Ga.. saj: "I suffered
with Catarrh tlve years. But since using1 CEKT iv
CATAUKU CURE am enUrely free from the a iZ
Dr. O. B. Ilowe, Athens, Ga.. savs: "CERTAlv
CATAKHH CIMIE cured me of a severe ulcerateri
sere thioat. and.I ebcenully eaflor--e It."
MlssJ.ucy J. Cook. Oconee Co. Ga., frnfs. Sent
1 7th, )8S5: "One boitte of jour remedy entirely
ured me of Catarrh with wlileh I had Buffered
greatly for are years."
J. 11. Allgood. Athens, Gar, writes Sept. t. r
had severe sore throat more than two weeks; was
entirety cured by CKKTA1X CATABatU CUIlEln
onedajr." ... - u
CAN YOU DOUBT
SUCH TESTIMONY? WE THINK NOT
Only a few of onr many certificates are given herp
OthH cxn be obtained from your druggist orhr
addressing " ' UI
3 O. CO, ATHENS, Ga
For Sale by J. H. ENNISS, Salisbury N C
I eertify tbat on the 15th of Febrn.
ary I eonimuienced givintr my tout
t.S1 3 A A n ...
i. in. tn i n, iifji-u a, , o ana o vears
rcp tively, titli s Worm Oil. anril
and within six davs t u re . o
least 1200 worms expellerl. Onechilili
passed over 100 in one nijfht.
J. E. Sisirsox.
Hitll Co., February 1, 1879.
Sin: My child, five years old, hadi
(symptoms of worms. I trud enlmne
and other Worm Medicines, but fail
ed ; to expel any. Seeing Jlr. Bui
certillente, I not a vial of your Worm.
Oil, and tilt first dose bronchi forty
worms, and the second dose so mani
were parsed I could not count thcni.
S. II. ADAMS.
j5E5 of thsHO HAN BOlty KNLAROjSD.DEVBlT
OeKI. KTBKM. THKNKD.r.r . i nn tntoresiingaJ
tbt lawmnt 'om run in our nawr. In ivplr to innnl-
'nst Mirs 1- no evidenoa of humnna
chn- fl,,a ,u . .... . i , a
' " yr srn t.t
lughlvindj, -i. Antwresmd nr nwnmar
r.r uir ni'intiiiiimnifimni. ot nlrtr -swlaa Erik
MtDM U . . ; . . , - ; ,r - 11
UsJiu.iiiii uaill. quaauty.fDr stock
vv.i if. rur terms, aauress vv. k. tUAUin .Rai
lsbury, N. C - 3rr.1t
joSia nuc iitt avu o; aiuisaj saop .waj-y -JJKAJ
c.u3 iha SIIM Aiiwreo e,i;uoj;s 10
isap oao in,!I ootakui j94iduTa)4 'uonitaist
-uoj ' jpfs aOTjauq Uj ujeJ 'J3ai pjdjo'jopjosip
latiniojs 4aq3ttpBci cswob jo ao, il
WHEI YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the undersiur.ed nt NO. 2. Granit
Row. D. A. ATWELL.
Ageat foptlie ''CardwellThresher.
Salisbury. N. C. June 8th tf.
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