1 . i
,,Th3 Figure EUt. ,
We do not hesitate to b18, .'it
' That 188J , . ' .
Ia something very choice and gr$,
For ladies who desiro'to inS.
And when they meet their proper fS,
You bet wc don't exaser3,
. Vhen1Told!y we asseverS, -
That not a woman wiil be 18
iln gobbling up the tempting h8." t
, -Washington Critic.
V ' Wo TcU Yen Plalaly
i.t Rliufnnn' Liver Keunlator will rid jon
of Djppepsia, Ilcadaebe, .Constipation and
Billiouane It will break up Chtlis and 1
ferer and prevent their ret nrn, and is a:
complete antidote for all nialaf'htHKikoa ;
yet ntirely free fro:ri jnir.ine or 'raloinel, :
-- Try, it and you will be astonished nt ;thc
jrood results of the peoume Simmons Liver
- Itegulaton prepared by J. II. Zcilin & Co.
- r , '
r Woman 17oifti .Their Weight ia Gold.
' Mrs. Jolm Micturn Is worth $2,-
000,000. ,c, ; V- ':
1 Mrs. Kate Terry is worth narljr $0,
"000,000. .... s -
Mra. Thomas ' A. Scott counts her
wealth at $5,000,000. . . I
- - Mrs. Joh a aeob Astor was worth
T- , Mrs. Edwiii Stereas, of New York,
- ha 315,000,000. , .
1 V MwHet$rWnof New York, is
, worth about $40,000,000. , . '
Mrs. Robert Goelet, worth .$3,000,
000, owes her fortune to hard ware.
Mrs. ' Jayne, the widow of the pa
tent medicine man, is worth $3,000,-
b ! -
Mrs. Martin "Bates was left, $1,-
- w0,080t which her husband made m
dry goods. ,
, Mrs. Josephine M. Ayer." who gets
herlnoney from patent medicine, is
estimated to b worth $4,000,000 to
- $5,00Q,000.-iY York Mail and Ex-
A Woman's Discovery.-
Anotherivonderful discovery has been
V made and that too by a lady iu t his coun
try. I Disease fastened its clutches upon
her and for seven yeara she withstood its
severest tests, but her vital organs were
uuderininded and death seemed immi
nent Forithree months sheCoughetl in
cessantly and could not sleep. She bought
of us a bottle of Dr. King's New Discov
rv for CousuniDtion and was so much
relieved on takinar the first dose that she
slept all nightnd with one bottle has
been rairaculouslv'cured., Her name is
Mrs. Luther Lutz.1' Thus writes W. C.
Hamrick & Co., of Shelby, N. C . Get a
rce trial bottle at T. F. Klutti, & Co..
WoTinds That Never HeaL
How. sudden and unexpected : the
Bhoe, the axe-stroke, oivthe blow from
a falling tree, that mavshatter a limb,
sever aord,' or fracture the brain,
causing one hitherto strong and athle-
. tic to 4co tnrough the remainder ot
life a Helpless cripple or invalid. One
. moment of time has done a work
" which long years can never undo. So
l friendship may receive fatal wounds;
, There are words mid deeds which can
- so jwound!a great love as to kill the
rer'root of it in the soiil , so that al
though kind feeling a memory of the
once absorbing passion, a Render pity,
perhaps, remains, no miracle . of God
-could place again the fallen idol on the
pedestal it once occupied in that woi-
shipf nl trustful heart. To jiossess the
confidence jmd esteem, of a friend is a
boon so precious to win and hold, let
ns beware of losing such through in-discretion.-rii'x.
Vf. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind", tcs
tines: I cart recoruiucjfid Electric Bitters as
"the very ,bcst remedy.' Every bottle suld
has gives relief in every, case. One man
took six bottlesj and cured of Rlieuma
tisui of 10 yearn' standing." Abraham
Hare, druggist, BollviHe, Ohio, affirms:
The best .selling medicine I have eviT
handled Fn my ! 20 years' ' experience, Js
Electric J Bitters." Thousands of others
have added their testinsony,' so that the
Verdict is unanimous tliat Electric Bittcis
do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidney or
Blood. N Only a half dollar a bottle at
XlotU'i Drugstore, u . ;
, f A Table. ,
VA' grasshopper, half starved with cold
jmd Jmnger, came to a well-stored bee
hive at 'the approach of winter, and
humbly begged the bees to relieve his
: Waatswitlfc4i few drops of honey.
One of the bees asked how he had
spent his time all the summer, and whv
he had noHaid up a store ot food like
them? ' : - . ;
; . "Truly;1 said he, "1 spent my timef
very nierrny in armKiug,-and dancing,
and singing, and never once thou;
About the winter."
u0ur plan is very different," sard the
1.-- -r : LLr - 11 1 - ,
oee. ;tc work nara in tne summer
to lay byNa store of food against the
season! when we' foresee that we shall
want it: but' those who do nothinar but
1 drink, and anee, and sing, in the sum
mer must expect to starve in the win
j BucklcVs Arritca Salve.
' ,,nus liBST ssAira in the world for Cut
Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fnvr
Sores; Telte, Chopped Hands, Chilblains
y Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positivc-
ly eurce Piles, or no j)ay reiuired. -It is
auaraateed to give perfect s?(fisfaetion nr
i nioav reiuaded. Ji price 25 cents pea bos.
' v -I For Sale bv Kluttz & Co: j
1 Ho Cause for Complaint. '
uIIow are times. Uncle .WV- V
asked an ,old colored.. whitewasher on
,.. wie niarKei yesterday, s
- ' - -VeTy f a'r, sah verv fa'r.M
. uThen yoor business is T-nshiiiffehi"
eee:n to be, &uu My w4fe has
i-Hiim kt - i iw ui'iiiiis III- W IMlint'!,
- " WteVan' de chillen has p'ckeJi- ut a
i ; ?n t o! lothes an' a basket of vittW
, t I' rri t co nplain,sah can't complain.'!
Hh f f-nr 1r;iin-i4 InvA TTm-1 Hesitating oyer answering the que
lie id love fur uJdcr fclks: fear u lore " With what weapon thd Sampson ;.s!fl
fnr nru1f - ' - - , toe rinhstines I and wishing to prdm
We kain't .wholly- Vpize , de pnssori I
what likes de same things dafc we does.
We mouthate his ways, but we 'mires
m s m w
menhutdar nebbsr wasa man dat
would fell de x act trufer 'bout hisself.
tie is ap1 ter trv make jer think wn3
fden he is.' - ' " '
Some folks has er better .way o1
showing dat dey presheltesyJcrJin,''
ness den udders does.
De Ion? tail
botui ken 'pear ter be er heap gladder
ilen -de stamp-tail dog, w'en de truf is
lat he mout not be ha'f so ghuL -
Stamping and Embroidery.
"Yes, Lizzie, I like to do fancy .work,
but I haven't, felt like trying that pattern
or aiivthuijr else for a week, luese
awful 'dra-JCKing-down' pains are just kil
ling me I" I know how you feel, and. 1
can tell you where to look forTelief. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a certain
euro for .all those peculiar weaknesses
and distressing ailments. Why I it even
cured me of prolapsus, and many of my
ladv mends have been cured of various
grave maladies peculiar to our sex uy
this wonderful medicine." It is the only
medicmo sold by druggists, under a posi
tive guarantee from the . manufacturer, !
that it! will give satisfaction in every case
or money refunded. Head guarantee on
A Wicked Wretch.
The sleeping car experience of a
retty young woman is thus related in
le department of the American Man-
Qziny where, it is needless to say, only
true stories are placed: "1 always lie
..a w I
with my head very far f ron't and my
feet near the Wall. One night I was
awakened by some one stepping on my
nose as it lay. on the pillow. You can
lmaenne mv wratu. L never said a
word "but gave the foot the most spite
ful pinch, that sent it up after its
owner with an exclamation point. The i
next dav. he a dapper voumr man-
sat opposite me all day, and, actually,
the mean thing never moved without
limping! And it couldu't have hurt
him that bad could it?'
i sunerea trom a very severe cola in
my head for months and used everything
recommended but could get no relief.
Was advised to use lily's Cream , Balm.
It has worked like magic in Us cure for
am free from my cold after u.nng. I
Balm one week and I believe it is the the
remedy known. Feeling grateful best
what it has done for me I send this testi
monial. Samuel J. Harris, Wholesale
Grocer. 119 Front St., New York.
Two ibottles of Ely's Cream Balm cured
th wife of a well known U. S. A. General
and also two army officers ia Arizona of 1
The first ingredient in conversation
is truth, the second good sens-?, the
third good humor and the fourth wit.
. FQH. 2L083,
II:is"bcenjreceived, and, as usual, is full of
everything new and old for the Flower and
Vegetable Gardens. No ceds house fur
nishes better stock than - James Vick.
-.. Rochester, N. Y.
mm ' niurn in a i u n i i iin.
SSDOTION IN P3I03.
THE WEEKLY STAR.
Our TelegT-aph New3 servico has recently
been largely increased, and it is our determina
tion to keep pie stab up to tlio hiffhest stan-
aar ot new3pipv:r exwllence. ,
. T . " i Wilmingtoa, N. C.
IT m We mlJlina!elTW
' tiring Aci-itcr of 'Mesra.
H. W. AY Efi & OH. our iiutbusized agcata.
fats I W I?c warded are those who
3 3 3 esm B read this and thpn
will find honorable cmDlovmpnt thnt will
not tako them from their homes and fam
ines., llic t)ronts nrc Inrnrn and enra r.
every industrious person: many have
l i i fi uijuKing several nun-
yoang or old; capital not needed; we
Biart you. Everything new. No special
am ity required; you, reader, can do it as
we 1 as any jane. Write to us at once for
""'ars, wmeh we mail free.
Vddivss Stinson & Co., PortlandV Ma
.,r.a.n&rI A 5lcted cold or cough mjv
to.ntuui.onla.rensumpiH.11 nrouer taUJ
k ii VI j i , "cw no of Alichael
Albnght decd,all persons havin-clahX
against jetther of said cstspa a
V' - "-'t iisunij inaeotea tooithr
UOO. ZU. 163. TV i haw
urcu irs a montii. 'it is easy for any
one to make $5 and upwards per day
who is willing to work. Either sct
A school invpector, finding a class
thtm. s!ni!h.'anr.l v tmmv hw inni
cheek, and asketl : "What is this?"
The; whole class yistantly answered :
"The jawbone of an ass." v f-
1 At a recent railroad festival tne foi-
lowing striking scntimait was given :
"0a.r niothcrs-the oul- faithful ten-
ders who never misjAaced a sic'ttch.
Silence is the sanctuary of prudence.
: , . j f'
e a iVicf at rsielit it steals
m upon us uiisArkres. inepa-
j tieht3r Lava pam.9 kbout the .
cHest sides, and iotuctiiiie
M'fhs back They feci "dtill"
arijl alcepy; ilia raoiith hi a
; hid tatft, ce prcially ia the
morning. A sort of etLcVy iliroe
collect abcut iho tor th. Ths
.. .ii . rri. .
feeling like a h?avy lo&d on tha
ttbni&ch ; aoxn s times faint, all
gone Etnsatien .t tho pit of the
stomach Yrlilch food does not
satisfy. Tk ce ?.r's sunken,
tlia haadj and Ict beccms ccld
arid djtmniy. Aftor a vrhila a
cpugh eeti in, t firet diy, but
&ftsr & fevr months it is attend
ed vnth a greenish-colored ex
pectoration. The patient feels
tired all tli3 while, nd alccp
doea not eeem to afford any
rest After a time ho becomes
ncrTOu.3, irritablo .and gloomy,
ind:ha3 evil forebodings. There
ia a giddiness, a eort of whirl
ing sensation in the head when
ruing up suddenly. The bow
els become costive ; the skin ia
dry and hot at times ; the blood
becomes thick and stagnant;
the whites cf the eye becoms
tiiiged with yellow; the urine
is scanty and high colored, de
positing a sediment after stand
mk Thoro m - frequently a
epitting up of the food, eorne-
times with a ?cur taste ana
eometiras with a Bweetish
taste; this is frequently at
tsiided with palpitation of the
heart; the risloti bceornea im
paired, wi th gpota before the
eyes; there is a feeling of great
prostration and weakness. All
of these symptoms are in turn
present. It i thought that
nearly one-third of our popu
lation has this di&easd in eozn
of ita yariod f ormfl.
It has been found that phy-
eksana hayo mia taken ths cause
of thia 4iseac. Borne hay
treated it for a liver complaint,
othara for kidney dieease, etc,
etc, but none of tnese kind of
treatmont ha to bucn attended
with eucceca; for it really
consunAKoa ana ciyiwdsijl
traot ct Koota or Mother Sci-
thu diaeasd m ail its tftftges.
Csro miiSe ba tiken, however.
'to saciirt) -the gonuina sricla.
IT VLLL 82LLS3TTa THAJT
Mr. , John C. Hcrnptinstfill,
of; Chulaflrme Cleburn Co.,
Alx, vrrites: "Mj Trife has
been bo ranch buicfitsd bj
Shaker Extract A'of Roots or
SsigsTi Sjxup tliJi4 ths .yi
"would rs.tar be without
part ci br Iced ihzzi vittc:t
t2e ssdldLuji. It Vjls doas
st good &ii iLi doctcrt sad
Il oihar rjvaxii.-irigji put 4ogtlsr.
I lrsuld rids Wcutj mil?? to
j;ct it into th hands of liij stif
isrcr if hs ca-n get it inco other
ttrt. I bslicva it -will oen 3oIIia
thiis Etftte better than oottoa.
T2?TIUOItFT TXCM TSXAS.
Mr. S.E. Barton, of VarT.?r;
R5pley Co., Ma, wriia that
eHe. had beenlonr &ffiictod with
djspqgi& ?jid discAso of thj
uriaarj organs and ttu cured
bt Shsier Ertr&tt of Root.
Ivsy. J. J. MoGnire, rncrchitrit.
of the earns plce, who solu
Mrf. B&rtoa the medtcino. 2ara
ho has sold it for four years
i ind never knew it to f aih -
: j EIE5 WAS A Lli DOT D2AD
1 1 wts to low with dyrpvfp
eia that U .;:e : not a pbv--sician"lo
bo .'found who could
do anything with me. I h&d
fluttering of the h$art and
BtrimmiRe of the hc&d. One
day I rsad yoar pamphlet called
"ifo Am&tg the Shahtrs,"
Tfhich cUscribcd roy disease
better than I could myself. I
tried the Shaker Extract of
Roots and kept on with it until i
I uul"w; v...xvy.
: uuiwa Ul-OTHiCTXir. V- .1.
White,; L-rmhcd, 1 Warren
Qt; New Yoik.
IS THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED?
as big as a barn door down to most! delicate
letter and Note Heads, f 1
I3ill Heads.and Statqmeiits,
! '- f j;
i ; -
! -.. PAMPHLETS,.
OF ALL KINDS f
Court and Magisterial.
! 1 I
O' do: s solicited and rittstaetlon cruarantee'i
A Iif3 Experisnca. naxrarfeablo and
c:ie cares. Tri&H ( Pac&g'os. f Bend
Etaiip for sealed particulars. Afidras
Dr. t-cussiar.d, K!o
Coal coiwfeirer3 will do well td call, cn
me for theilrvintcr fuel.' Any. orders
through the Post OiTIce, or cnt to shu
residence on Mam street (opposite J.iM
IIorah'3 residence), will be promptly
filled. PEYTON It. LOCKE.
and TTklbiy Halv
lta eared at hone with
out pain. Book of par
ticulars sent rKEK.
B. M.WOOLLKY. M.D.
Office tttf WhithaU Sb
IT You Wish a Go-d Article
01 Plug Tobacco,; ask vour dealer foi
'oia pap." !
fwiaJm nt, long ran in o'.r TnpT. It l"yly to innm-
tigUW r. ir. I;irii proi mffTirwt wrlt
One Brick House land lot, on the corner
of Fulton and Kerr streets, aout ori
acre iu lot. ' I ii
Ono Framo House and lots on l.e
no Frame House and lot on Main
street.! j '
Also shares in N. G. K. R. 1
Enquire of Mrs. H. E. and IMisa Vic-
TOitiA Johnson at their homo ion Main
stret. " 4D:tf !
can furntbh carp
ursff orhfunn. in aay
ponds. Kor terms, address W. R. FltALEYiSaUj
auai j , r. v.. ; aai
Cleanses and beturtlllo tho hair
Never rails to tlesiore Ursyj
Hair to its Youthful Colors
Cures acalpdlaeaws and kairlolllud
I nval'ibla tor Congus- Colds, Inward rains, Sxhoustfon.
HOW AOOCMilJ..'JtEIl. KTerr laar !ni now.
Bhtalil lx! uictl a fuu'iiuouUu Ufoio tooSm fevimt.
Uii lor Uok " Tu Xyiu, tuJ.jd fre
i : 1 . t - - :- r. . ' i
I iT CI
II I III
Brad BtOip. hAIiEit 1E:T. VAi.Jini
6 tiiier.SkiTiCureiuid B!n;isb Ersc'lcaScr
is yea e5S2.
Eictooiil k BaiTiUS Eailrosi Co.
Western North Carolina Division. l
GENERAL' PASSENGER DEP'T,
Asheyille, N. C, Sept. 21th, 18S7J
, PASSENGER TRAIN SCHEDULE. .(
Effective Sept. 25th, 1887 " !
' " -I
' Eastern 75 meridian time used When
not otherwise specified. -
Charleston . .
- Aligosl '
- Atlanta- --
loo p. m.
(.13 a m
l.tx) p. m
- Acvonunetnt!on Passenger
JSpartanLui s.p. ia. s.30 &. u-
EeauvriiOB-iiie v i.i, 5.53
- AsheTllle - t.W' 7.00
- Anhevllle i.io
not- aprtujfs ,o j
tMorijston . . 11.45 j
f Knoville ' 1,05 p. to.
tChatuuooga . 6.45 i
fCn&ttanoo?a 9 80 a m.
IKiioxvlbe t.lo p.m.
TMorrtslown sjm j
uoi KprlDga l j!0 i
Lv. AsfceTllle . S.10 a. m. 9.49 a.m.
Ar. Btnderaonvllle ' 9.&S 11.07 j
Spartanburg S.lOp. m. 1 to a. m.
Lv. Spartanburg .1.41
Ar. Charlotte ' CIS 60S
Ar. Alanta 1.2J p. m.
Aninsta li.so a Jin.
. : Columbia "6.30,
tCentral 90th meridian tlmo.
Pullman Sleeping Car between Hot Springs and
Savannah, via A. a. L. and Churlestoa. Turough
cur between JWorrtstown and Charleston via South
Carolina R. It. . 1
JAS. L. TAYLOR, G. P. P.
W. A- WIXBURNi A.. D. P. T.
Eichmontl-anfl DanYille UM Co.
W. N. C. Division!
Passenger Tram Schedule, j ,
Effective,Sept. 25th. 1887. !
K tstern 7S th. meridian timo used, when hot
dtberw Lse specliied. .
4 30 p.m
ll S3 a. m
18 so p. m
3 18 )
7 05 !
8 43 !
ft 30 a. m
12 u5 p. m
.2 15 '
6 a, m
11 B5 p, U
Dally except SUNDA Y
TRAIN NO 19
Tr A1N NO X
Arr 4 3" p.m
8 a m Iave Ashev!U ....
1 0 ?5 Crr I W ay nesv! We
234 pm' Charleston..
5 05 Jarrctts
A. & 8. Road..
Dally except SUNDAY
Train no i
3 60 p.
Spartanburg Arrive 2 U p ra
liendorsouville 9 a j m
Asheville Leave 8 10-
Dinner Stations, t Central (90 th. merUlfan ) lime.
Pullman parlor car between Salisbury t Ktexvlile
Pulim n sleeping cars, on all night trains. -
JOS. L. TAYLOR, Q. P. A.
Vf. A. WINBl'RN. Act'g D. P.; A.
J.HXO raiJi p. Unwell & SewpF!er
A.d'wrtlaiiuc Bureau (10 SprWc ScX whwasdrrri ik'ps
uuuuu may b wa'lo ter it IN NVV YOliil.
I'xe. J.P Bcueche.
nee Miss M. G. TAAFFE.)
BcgfHeavo to say to her f rlf nds and the lady public
that she is fairly well sett led in her new place, east
specialty with best possible a tier tion and skill. Do
I tho favor to call. January 1,1887.
Tr mi ef torts' vrith W4ch. teae
fs&rdr, torpid liver, pain !n bjek r d-. -n-
tt'palxai, rte . neulert mar l-e latal. cse d
of Stronor'a B&xrativa FUla wtu rive rvliel
Afewdoes ret-ioie Lu new Lealth and vigor.
Steam, Air and Facuum Pumps, Vertical aiid Horizon
: ' ' ' ' ' s
Eichmond & Danville EailroacL
COITDSITCSD oossbuzisj ,
IN EFFECT SEPT. 4, 1C87.
Train? Rdx By 75 Meeidiax Time.
- -- DAILY : '
u. 60:1 -Jrit . a. t
It li AM 4 i 1 . j
7 SO 6 57 i
45 " 9 4
11 21. ' 11 00
8 55 $ M S 00 ' A M
6 50 5 SO " .
1C ' $50 '
ft 17 4M
ft 6 " 5 C2
ft 10 8 05 . 44
3 30 8 10 P M
ft 60 4 tl 00 AM
8J " .17 "
tS 1 " ... . 4
7 25 , " J
t7 80 M 89
11 Hi" t ! If
12 57 A M 11
it si P u
, . ft 38 "
..." T 53
1 S " II M f Mj
f " 1 00 " i
5 M ft M
ft 48 4 48 "
1 20 PX 10 40 I
Lv. .New lork
Ar. Chapel Hill
- iilgu Point
" Uot Springs
" Illxrh Point ,
" Chapel Hill
t"! Drake's Branch
I No 58
- 8 28
8 40 A'Mi
2 31 P U
in " i
i 12 41
t Dally, except Sunday.
" - J ' - - t -
On train no 50 and 61. Pnltraan BaSTot Sleeper
between Atlanta and Nev.r Voik., - I
on t.-.'tlus' r-2 ar.fl 5?. I'uliman EnIT-t Sleeper be
tv.een Waslilnsrton dud Woi.ljrf ir.erj; V.'ashlnfftan
stud Augusta. Pullimiu Sleeir bcjjfteettKichiuonil
nud tirct-nslHH o. Pullman site r? r b tv. n icrcs
boio and l.'alclsl). ;I u:Muan Purler t ur betwetai
Salisbury and Kcxville - f
Thrcusii tlcketaon sale at Principle stations, to
For rates end information, apply to any agent of
lhe Company, or to , .
Sol. Haas,- 'fraffic Manager. '
J. S. Potts, Dir. rar. Ayt, r
Kiciimond, Va. j
W, A. TuRKi Pip. Pots. Agt,
Raleigh, K. T
Jas. L. Taylor, Gen. Po?, Agt.
every variety and
Regular Horizontal Piston,
sow zili B ItassPsi : : vA . . 'ri-.-- s
.- r tl" ii ! P3 ;H i i -yr
Q-m.hp-.,p j . 2 3
tS ' ? ' Ml.nkuralr.nW.rk,r I S of
I r - 1:1 i H it isa
Tho most siniple, durable and effective
Tump in the market for Mines, Quarries,
Refineries, Breweries, Factories,- Artesian
Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. iB oena ior catalogue.
Tlifii Si GAMEEOir STEAH PUMP IflBKS.
rout oi lex S3bi bniEET. Nlw Tunc.
nchool teachers, mininers, BeaTnotregaoTkl3
keepers, jarol jpver-wortwit oirwaS"
' : Dr. Ptorcc-8 Faworite Prwwipuon tatWHZi
ot ail rctorn tire tonka.
but admirably fulClU a ainglcneas of
lielny Tmi3t poient Spocifio lor atiw6'
r Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases ixSiiiu088
women. It.ls a powerful, gonmf as S 7
. -nteilne, tonic ana ncrvlno, and iir.nAJfr M
ihsr. weaX buck, nervous b.TjOraOm ;
nd sleeplessness. In tfthcr iex FnTT
rrieo ?i.w or x ooitie fart- ft?
A lanro traatiso on D18mv nf xvl -0, .
fnaely iUiwtrated with coloml pCTM
l xaerotu rood-cuta, sent f ot lOmtsinl B
Address. Wont.r8 Di!p!8Airr w??!"
AociATlOX.a3 Main Strwt. HuffM.ifc
an1 Constipation. ProHiivciwi S
Caveats, Trade Marks and
Obtained, and' all other business in th Vm "
Offlve attended to for Moderate Kw-s
Otar office ! qppoUte the r. r. Putrtt n..'. 4
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mot from Wasblncton. ""KNcJ
Send Model or dra wlnr; We advise u lL. u J
ability fret ef charre: and mk s..kZLr.Lv
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Wo refer her to the Postmaster tbMg
Mooev order Dlv,. and to officials of 'tar iL
entofflce. For circular, advice, teinn nd
ICERRCRAIGE. - ; I-II. CLtCHtK,
CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
Salisbury, N. C; '
Feb. 3rtl, 1831 :. 1
STOVES A1ID HEATEBST
COOK. STOVKS AXD llAXGis.
1 have th best and prettist lot of foal
and Wood Stove ever otl'ercil in tbii
market many of them of the latest and
most approvel paterns-uitable forrar.
lbrsr dining rooms, ; stores; olHct s, hurrW
school houses, fhops and sitting rcoa
Largeiind Email. Call and see tbtra ui
hear prices. i t
COU&HENOUR & SHAVEE,
FKESH MEAT AND IC
Th choicest BEEF their ark et a ff, riH
always on hand.
BcnpQon is soKi nTurnrsriwi m
tJnjJHarnntc. . 8eo ' jrnptkrr around J?
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