VOL. XXXII THIRD SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1891.
PI IP UH1W.BL Ugg
i , ", ..... ," -.
for Infants tmd
t mooramcnd it aa auperlor to any prescription
: koown to tne." n. A. Ancnsi, II. D.,
''. So. OxTord t, Brooklyn, hYY.
"Tna tea of Castoria Is & untt and
Jte merits eo well known that it seems work
u.iiLrk f,TfMfu who do notkeeo Ctona f
within easy reach ' I
; , Carlo MawwU. g
late Pastor ploonIorci6dHCiiL-au.
IW II I II II MP I I
This space belong.s-to W.
' . . ':. .', SOLE A'CICN :" r :: '
JUST RECEIVED, a fall lihe
Second- stock of
JS just ill.
Having greatly increased
o c , j .
storinc r.O A T ;"the cominc
Mly solicit any and all orors
furnish you promptly witli vhat
; market-price. In order to obtain advantage ofohc.lowest sum
mor prices; yori should atonco
that 1 handlo only the best
the lied Ash, suitable For; emtes,
-,- ."Also keep on hand at alltiiaos -the -finest trrade of blaclcsmith
wai. - .
Qf F J I
Is tliePlacs to Got 'Monuments, , Tomtstcnes,
; --Alarge stock-.of VERifONT $ A RULE to arrive in a few days I guarantee
satisfaction in every respect and positively will not be undersold.
i. sr-': , ' :n ,Srra n i iioriu menfs
, Of all a . epdcialtv
- : i' " "' ; -6:B. WEBB, -. .
' J3.1t:. - ' ' Fl'.OrRlUTOR.
. ..-'i.-r " - Mcatioi) t!c Wataroac . Uvrou vrrttc, . -' r; - .
OJtorta ceres Coils: ConMpation.
Bo-ir StomMii, D.ru-rhcwx.' Eriiciatio,
Kills VoinuJ, gives-sleep, and promote 1I-
Ttituout injurious medication.
Tor eevrral ven I hat- recornrararlM
roar ' Oastoria, ' and shall always oontiuue to
results. - . y .
Epwin F. Tarditi. II. D.,
Tho Wtottrop," lC5th Eiroofc ar.d T:h Ave.,
- Ke- York City.
Ookpast, T7 Hurra. Sthut, New" Yobs.
11. Roister. Watch it.
- of Larlic'
WilUer Dress Goods
E EWE A-R !
fail -o sc 3 my Siock.
rrn r fv -
my facilities for - handling and
j - . n
season, I would now again respect-
entWtol to mci pn.mising to
coal you may waiit at the lowest
send mo your orders. Reraemhor
praties oi npreencrt Loal. lncludincr
stoves, licatcrs, Arc
J. ALLEN BROWN.
")3 -s Ti r" t
,. -; A FAILURE.
! More years apro than I rame
! I sought to win a pood wife's lame
1 1 knew not how bnt all the same
1 I made a shirt.
I cnt, I rtitclie.d. with many a tear;
Hollowed it out, both front and rear;
I carved tliv nrmtiol wide for fear
Thoy wouldn't fit.
John's nek.I mMnrcd ta be trnf,
The 'Viand mat fit that much I knew,
Ed heard so oft. All c!?e I drew
And puckered in.
At last 'twas done. A work of art,
Complete,' I hoped, in every part.
' Come. John," I c.He 1, with quaking heart,
'Try on year shirt."
I must confess it lulled somewhat
In plru-es whore I thought 'twould not,
Hut John, the h-nite. jelled out. -(ireat Seott!"
Is this a tent?"'
And such behavior langnnpe. well!
Tie y tterefFthings I'll never tell.
I may forjret them when I dwrll
In Libber spheres.
Oh. woman cf the present rbir,
To ynyr's inscribed this tiny lay;
You litlle'know the man you pay
Your homng-c to.
If his vitrne inwardness'' you'd know,
Have hjni your i'.lols cvf rlhrow
And sentiment to 'our windy blow.
Make him a shirt.
rriTT-rr C!T!nTV"nTP A PTflTTTDT?
Tt is p.io;U, 10 o'clock P. M., ine hmr
wn lifaiii its latest and most fri--voloivs
form is on p r:.do in the unpr
psrt of tli city's great artory ci traf
Mitdison Squaro is brilliant ith a
thousand lijnts:-tbc great hotels arc
throrif-od with -idleprocps. while up
Hjid down the sidewalks continues tho
tdy stncanv of foot passon prr which
will not1 diminish much before mid
night. The crowd upon the pxve
menfs and in the hotels is frequently
Smted for a few moments .by pr-r-on
leaving tV.o theatres in the vicinity
daring the entr'acte for an airing, ve-
mien's or cigars.
The erpwd on piomenane is n mote.y )
if, piiiih'd for tho tno.tt iart .of
rel!-de?se,d men and wonte'. and-fr.v;:
. I th' animated tnes nd ger " ore--. th?:
?:d light daughter, distin-
the st.pady tr;:nrt) o
fpl. the rattling of cab whrels ae.d th -
jingling of co'rVlK ono nrg'it, think
Inst e-re rested ligntly on
. 1 1
ofHheTnot: w!'o r he-e.
Among the crowd of busy talker,
thoughtless id'ers and d--vo?ees
at a ieurelv pace
anil tv Oh o t . O I 'r 1 1 1 ess rtjf. fO:!!'S f
. ... . , , . i
n in wh
nose g'-n'U nas e. -us man.
his iv.'. mo a l'Uis-ho d Wjord in miHV
and. It-is Ger-v V;rl. th- artist.
The handom:', scholar! v t with its
.delicate while complexion, its large.
oft.. black ores and sweeping, blacK
mustach4 which fringes his sensitive
mouth, bis graceful carnage and the
plein but faultless styl okii'tiro.
stamp him easily as a mn of suiierior
tvna even to t horse wh do not recog-
mz m the ione liia-vo oou Hie wen
known figure of metropol'tan life.
Above the largon ol souuas in me
0 - r. 1
streets rise occasion. illy trom a siuj
street, the io:u s of a piono-organ ac
companied by Mie v7ice of a person
singing some Italian songs. 'J. he
artist pauses for a moment to listen ti
J l e pathetic ring -of tins voice;. ana a?
he approaches is struck by the appear
ance of the singer. It is a young girl.
o Ur.ii i- ci-tAnn vp.im of ae. with a
'I' "Ml W k. ' I ' 1 1 ' A. t
Madonna-like face touched a look ot
. i -i a...i
exquisne soriow. is u pow-jim; h-m.
the conrse-loo'xinn-Italian vonder can
-4have nri' eonnectior, with th.i"- lovely
1? It is not of th's that tins. arhst
thinks as ho lincers, throwing coins
vo :;' . i . . - :, it is o" ' w
h- 1 v 'v r : o'k .on - a-tv.:
i ? 1 f.es his .-.rde-
gaze, and her eves drop to tne g;o inc.
while a e-vlor I lr the first olUSil or
sunrise mantles her cheek. The artist
is vet more charmed, although lie dt
verts his gazi. still folloiving the
coup from street to street.
Finally ih? organ is closed up ar.d
tho two performers preparp-to go home
Geofaiev Vail approaches the Italian s
he is about to go home and touches
him on the shoulder.
"Is it your daughter?" he ask s point
r' , i- . i
I lhe man nods his head.
IV I l! I
"I am an artist and would like to
- l "7; ,1" i
will pay you lu'rnllj."
"now mucn ? asked I he man. grnnl v.
'"One hue.dred dollars." answered the
artist, afi"r a inoment's hesitaiion.
"She will earn more than Giat with
"Tlven we v.-'1? sev two !ee
The Ul 'U S '.V'd W.,-!
eouse'! ' I- ! 1'e '! i" e "
"T---morrow, if ii -u- '..
cry weM.r auswer.d. tye ti. r.n
Geoffrey haieod him his card.
Geoffrey turned homeward, pleaded
with his discovery. For along time
Iiqu meditated painting serie; of pic
'.-nros rpreseiit-iiig'the ydvions.
4;Here is ntv 'Anod of borrow ideal
i'.e"d already." he said to himself as
T.: ' t iUi
f ...... . .
ni i.iv iiuoii'!ii i;ie oi
wav inrougii tne
crowded ihorougl.farc home.
Thfee?.t Italian 'found Geoffrey
Vnil in his studio awaiting her visit on
the following day.
The strong light in the studio, where
the curtnins were purposely drawn
back, revealed to the "artist that he had
not been deceived with regard to her
appearance. The face was delicate,
refined and indescribably sad.
She had evidently put on her best
clothes a dress of some" soft black
stuff and a shal of the same sable 'hue
wrapped .troufeddter head and shoulders.
l'You have posed as a model before?"
asked Geoffrey, noting the artistic efr
fect of t b i sini)l costume.
"N'-V1" said the girl, "npver before?"
"What is your name?" asked ths
'"Consuelo," repeated the artist, "and
yon look iuconsolalle." .
"The girl did not understand hi re
mark, but her large, d-irk eyes were
turned upon him wonderingly.
"Well, Coastrcdo. we must make the
best of our time," ?aid the artist.
''Come, I " arrange you a' wish,
you to sit," and he placed a .chair. for
her. arranging with some care heratti-
i tude and drapery.
"i on do not feel timid, do you?
asked Geoffrey, kind! v.
"Oh no," answered t!i girl, looking
at " hun with wonder again. It was in
conceivable to her that j-he should feci
timid in his presence.
The grave, gentle look of -.the artist
had v.-on her confidence comp'efclv.
Accustomed to rough io -ki ami 'Some
times t.low?, the child seemed hi xh'
atnosphpre of this elegant studio t-j
hn'atlu rite air of paradise. But the
look of sorrow did not leave hfr face:
it was too deeply impressed there.
G'-oUrey was soon busy with his
pencil. A n artist, his soul was in his
art. To him the animate beauty was
ouly a steppiag-stone-to the inani
mate, everything IotpIv created that it
might be copied on the canvas and
ConHoN sitting was not a long
one, lie thought it best not to tiretantSv.
her too much the first d v. and t tue'j ''IVrdou ir:e.' said he.
tMil-or i'M" tliird iuair ro e fiorw his
V I row
" 1 Oij ,vi:l
The g;ri ? bi'ik answered liim.
For the run.1 t hat she could re
a ! i ' e ) i f ; r !
mov vista uau
Jll't !o I
..me i : v i euug-nr a
w rld, with whic'u
gi'.mps'.' or Hii-a nw
sue s -e'-l.i i t i?i
se ties gUh'd by
f K l,o
; - i i j i , , ui'.ii
ai an -I h;-l
e ar' ;s
U i) J
nev. gi ew u'i'ei
t sitli rg came
. 7 i
mode! were to cart.
bn i rro-.vn
witn thrichiid, toi.'k h
own uiu'Li ho iia.le iter adieu.
denlv C'nu:e!o b::rst into tears.
The artist himself felt unexpectedly
and str.ing-dy move L Even to him
the parting seemed painful.' Why?
Blind egotism! tinlcnewn to hims-dt' he
had le.i: Uvd to love. Ouly at t his en-
sis em i iie '.ruin o;m?v uawn u')o
ml wiiv tliese t fai s ot jts r
st run go infatuation!
Ti.es the child
must love him abo.
She tm ned awav to ween.
"Ooiisul-Io, ' he said grayely, "conn
Coa-uieio came at his bidding.
"Look me straight in the face."
"I C'lnnot,"1 she sobbed.
"'J uiMir-lo, v.'hyllo you weej-i?"
1 lie f't..-e Conie, :-e dnubi
except iiy i he blind.
J. "Lo'i.-ueio. would vou
lne to :
atvVitVS -IO I ("' Wllr'.'
i-.ither iier;'oa-lv, halt frightened ln.n
- 1 lie
girl looked at him
Witkdr iwiiiir her hand friai hi-, kIic
w !ed tier eyes. y.
other word or ;.
"She is fright.
o tnr-n wo iiOiit an- i
;..f d froliLi :-e s iuiio.
'd, but 1 must follow
ml otv ome iefiuuelv precious !o him!
ne 'u.so'i.! a o
of Con-oielo e.o
ii.i i i i
T Ue ioil". hill
. -i r
. el oe seen.
to re-tec.. .'i ' o o kuow ereii !.?r aU-
S ri ! 1 1 I
i !;e irai,
i u o- v
- d liat ,
: r-i e 'e
her to turn am! tiv so suddfiil v ?
;ev to i h.f mvs'ery.
die n-t return to her old avocation.
accompanying th. organ r
searched tne s.reeis ior a lew ne
would soon find her again.
lost dars,. weeks roul months rolled
by. ami ro trace of Consnelo or the
i ' . 't t i . . .. i- .1 1 . .
Italian rewarded his anxious S'-arch
So his pissiim died
did he.oeie-s regret
i i .
:o ue.i i '-r ie emu
': :-. ". o 'reams .n
- ' d h uisetf
'' . v o r i '
: ; we i e
v -r s.-e
v :: i .
coul ! not
. - e
.. . .1
lie row fni f.-ee, t
. V'tlllW ill
i.-una I in
- ' tion for it.
Ge'effry Vaii received man)r visitors
- ' at i:is rfudio. V.VrtHhy patrons, and
be ; personal friends broug'it olh.err. often
' to we lac grjat arst s worn'. o;i?n n-
terrupting him when lie wished to Vie
' silone, bnt always courteously nveived.
Five years 4i ad gene by since his
brief love dream haiLits sudden birth j
and tragic riuale. His gentle face had
grow n gentler, and perhaps a tinge of j
sadness had crept in between the hand
some lines; but he had little to com
plain iof so far. as success was concerned.
tie is busy jn ui3 stuaio when some?
callers are announced. .1 uey ura for-; proved the eSicacv of the gold treat
eigners, evidently, from ih. ir names, j Ijle:it in this tate and attracted the at
Geoftrey glanced carelessly at the card, jteution of the people and the p'ess.
ami, , iccoguiiig me ii'iiucs, is j
abonUo excuse himself, but suddenly ;
chanjjres his mind
lib visitors are shown into his studio.
A gentleman, refined and distinguished
in appearance, and the lady some years
his jiluior. A veil partly secludes the
Geoffrey bows politely and advances
to meet , them, as they ure announced.
ic artist s favorite picture.
eompfliiioii towards it. Af
corn.-wiiioti towards .r. At ter viewing
it lor soiuh minut,-, and exchang.ng
remarks or admiration m th.eir own
tongne the mth'man, turning to
GeoStrey, asks if the picture can be pur
chased. ".On no consideration," rr plied the
artist. "It i; rerred at a prii'e whi:!i
even , the most extravagant would
never carv to go."
' h.ioh. means thai you do not care
to set) it," r'dicd Llie visitor.
The ar' i bo'wul u: aeutiicsenco.
vou ever see a i ;
suggested such beauty?' asked the
visitor, ;ddiug, "Pard-n tne, but I have
a purpose in inquiring."
"1 have seen one, replied the arttst,
"witli which this creation- of mine
could hut feebly compare."
As he said this his eye caught the
face of the lady, who had recnoved her
"Consnelo!" cried the artist, forget
ting his visitors for a moment.
But they were smiling at him pleas-
cied resembbtm.-o compelled me to utter !
) o i u
then, she sam
Ti-e art'st looked pe.z:-led and per-jd.ex.-'d.
"Surely it i-; Consuelo; but
pardon me, yon have hanged vour
: ;i-t i, .
.,1 ,.!. ,,. 1
re-! riguiheajit i v
i 1 i f. . Il'll.lt'll!l
more the "Angel vif c-orruw': yo
now j o-e ihe 'Aug''! ;s Joy
Coasuelo s- u-e-l t enjoy
vou are no
.... ,.. .
Ut do :t !si ; !
ycu not ioui.d
she ask-Hl laogh-!
a . v.
The :.r; ist :: y
-V,. thiis lb:
i nraiiog l- le-r
h;s hand to u:
" 'et are vo
ir.e -!! , ' saai t.,o
I!, WtU) oneteu
v.ith a pleasant
aierinir wtuu, it a
: ;iu !o, also smnuig,
U a. li s rig
uorv; nana, will Ip
1 :!:: ;t some
st suiio, arid if vim
'' 'S a tJ
re ne,v. the oe-,i;;on von ask ;1 t.a
ioug ;ig', wisudi I never answered, re
peat. it to hi nr.
The story was briefly told.
Consiudo had been hdd aa.pp'-'l from
her home in rtuly and shipped to New
Yor.k After many years .-he had been
tr-icod nd reiuri.ed to her parents.
re;o ii-.u ne j iiom vecores p.t-r:u e
,i ! l.! J r ' r ..... , , , . ,
becan-.e ashamed of her lr.mtdo orrgoi
and parentage, believing t!:e padrone
! o be. her larh.e
n-.l It ait oee:i ivscucm
immed'ately alter. .
S.u.-!, a storv ciuild have bur one ee -
! oeei a nanny man
I . 1, ,,.-.t.,Mn.r.i It ivi! .
. " ' ' "'
t.viii pad ure
'i bis Udoved -. i f'e :
suit-aiee S'i! .jeer t' -r n;s cueora-.e.
arti.-ti- creation. "The Angel of .loy.'
. igB msig
A Chi! dices Hrr.c.
li.ive every luxury
i 1 1 . 0' ie i ' .i ' .
but there is one
i 1 1 ; a n laeKia;
are i'oa.'t of e
llieo ' .Mm :-.
c. 1 a
irea, lut no li'.lle vwiees
ir.:t ? 'o. ao iiti Ie loci jattter m their tseau
; i ins.: .1
j :r, , ..
won!! ,e;ve ten years of
could have one hcallliy, !iv
fiiv nan " Smiii! -often savs
;i-T:eI:itJ o! mv own.
to hiniMi f.No woraau can oe the avtireroi
Mei-it !iv o:it,i intr unless snc is lit'eu in
vauunes-s, ener.u ue.u.iv, "co
; Mains . and
I'uncia.ua! dei augeraeuts, ncr
; nl-V-leal cm-iition is -e.eh that she cannot
I ij.,po to have boa hey children. Jir.
Pii-ree's Favorite Prescript ion. .is a sov-
t 1 - . - 1 .. ,1 .. r ... nil
ei'Cl r:i and uariiM ieeo iji
thesT' aibiients. St-e guarantee printed
A southern genius is credited with
the discovery that a very fine article of
Migar can be made or distilled f rooi the
a i jo?ur ueMU-a d cotton sem
j dec'- i ; '"dami'M to l
stri-io't.i f'l HIl e
Gaarrt ocil Cur
"Vc authorise oar a
to - sell a . iV..i;
, .'. ' v ltotr, Tltrcat
Cile-t troutue. a:i nal v. Mi ll.is
re men v
as oiixeieti, ;;iin it a fair triui, and ex
perience no benefit, you may return the
bottle and hr.ve your uiar.ev refunded.
eo :.ihk- iiii-; o.ier u;o we. ni
r.nu- !,e relied on. ft aev r di - annomts.
T iai bottles Tree at Kb.ittz cc t'o.'.s dn
store. Large .size oOe and t'i.'W.
- - t I
maiji- mmm m mm
Ch-idftir, Cry for rttcher's Castoria"
ine gentleman, spe.:i;;ng m renen, ; drder to be restored to that lost es
apo.ogrz. s for th -r intrusion, and nskstf.eai ,'n vhich they wre once held
pernitssitm to look atsomeof thearlisl s, amonj, lhe fair ai:d christian,
work and tne lauy, wno had observed ; s(Ci;;l and business cindt s.
TlIK N. C. KEELEY IN.STITUTU.
is Work Is Cro-wned WIt!u5iess
(Jreensboro Now the Best Ihuua
far the Druakard.
The Keeley Institute of North Caro
lina has only Been in operation since
b! f Or.fr.bci. ...vi drnrl,.
i-jq strongest opposition to it coiner
f rom .i,j.it class of men who from an
erroneous; opinion of themselves do
not wish their weakness "exposed" by
taking the course of treatment which
Jit prescribes and who never dream that
their daily and periodical sprees ex
pose them to much worse ridicule.
Thev fail to consider that the cure of
the drink habit is the first s'en to take
The institute at Gre-iiiihoro contains
room fr one hundred fatient The
hx.fi roota, are ptoiiv and comfortably
furnished, am! Mrs. Eller provides a
plain and palatable kitchen fare for
the patients at a reasonable figure. A
club and reading room is maintained'
where the patients spgnd nisny happy
hours in reading, talking and innocent
amusements, hen'Trot w.-dking or
riding. : -j :
Mr. Ell-r, the mattRe-Hfisita all day
trains to meet any person desiring to
be conducted to the Institute, and
there is no happier resort in North
Carolina. Of the work done there the
State Ciroti'c'e of a recent date s:ys:
After going through a cour?e of
treatment and getting your entire sys
tem thoroughly cleansed, you don't
want nor have any desire to renew
your acquaintance with your old en
emy. '1 he sight or scent of him ""be
comes obnoxious to you. Now why
do I say this? Why, becane parties
who have takes this treatment and are
at the Institute told me so, and they
"nave given rue the liberty to use their
names, air. oeoti tnnT.:. a icrmer
'note! clerk at Hah
other places. cf.n:o here November VUh.
? like a new man
believes he is enlhely cured, atjd never
again expects to want whiskey. Mr.
J. G. I i is ley. of YYilkeboro, toll me
:hat;when he came hero !ie was'Tlritik-
much as a cm art of com
key per day. that now he frels l.ke
new man and don't want anything
intoxicating. Mr. J. i'. Hamsenr,
from Liuc-'iutoe, N. C. savsJie df.ii't i
want a.nvjuore of the. si nut-' hi adtii-
, i,)U j0 t he abtwe I have before m
r:;ht :j()W stroug letters from Dr. I.
j N. Garr, or larhoro, and L-ol. 1 hatt
Stodeni-irt. from Weivervdie. N. 0.
I5 tjlCjr , thesn geiillomeu give
f,,!! ,,..nm;.:mn tr. e-, iv i:.!: I hoc mv
lor the beneht of tne public, in l;r.
("air's letter of Xovnber lOth.TS'Jl.to
ir. l'.ilmer ho -av-: 1 have talked
VY;th ,neri 0 wight, 111., who have
;oea cured. 10 years, bv Dr. Kecler,
j :i!id f roui' that- d'y to this they assure
! ,,; )!)! tiiuv Inr.r novor l.nil t! 1 J irli
est desire or appetite for anything
toxica! mg, ami
hearmg tnem 1
asked oid 'residents of the l::va. who
have watehed these men as my friends
naturally watch me now. a?:d to a man
thev tell my that their statement? are
f I m pi it 1 1 1 !i I r i .ni.f en f-ti" : ilrii-l
is couc-jrned: some of those !.i ui were
t t t t i
comnioii (1 run partis rr.i I ti.'.ti been
The doc-tor also says lit is
-more wiliiriir to acknowledge thaH
j ,aVe been to I) wight fur cure than
tiuit I ever stoed at :i b-,r as a pfofes-
!?ing Christian and too!: a drink. In
hi. 1 ! l , f l -1 .. 'I "... 1.11...
i r ! ! ir I' . I t I. 1!' 1 ( )! S 1 .- 1 II
hi? wisli i.s that there-will soon be one
nunarod graduates in. iNoriir '.arolina
and I say "God grant it and more too."
("id. Tii id Coleman-, in his letter of
November (5th. 1811, Elates his per
.s;'ial experietice in full while taking a
i- i ? t ;" 'i I t rl f t
eiey j li
st iruJe, eutirulv satisfactory to hini-
self and ch es by baying that 'the m:tr
jruy (,t j'aticiiis mat i ooservcu were,
men in the vigor of iiealtli and prime
of youth or manhood, 'stut or hviuced
ijy. friends to come, or brought by J. heir
wivri in rare instances.1' 'Ll e.ire of
tiitrse seem magical, end from such
evidence a-; I have, it is my belief that
I few over-turn for or need any after
ireainien;.. i toum go o;i an gire
fni'iher testimonv, but think this is
s-efiijient bevond anv reasonable doubt
to fultil my promise, m tie beginning
of this letter, mid I unhesitatingly. Kay
I believe the Keely cure to he every
thing claimed snd taka pleasure in giv
ing the public tb.e benetit of my inves
tigation, and I iurther want it nndr
stood tbt ray-main object in writing
this letter is to give publicity to what
I look ut!()u a? one of the grandest i ri -
... - - lit? i- ,
st:tu:;oua :n .onn Carolina.- ami one
that i.-5 detin-i to fill a long felt va-
Mr. ItObert U or re 11 who had, trud
- l-nro-n ro r nnd f iiUd nod wno''
"et Knot.n cure ana l.uifa, ana wno .
'.vsi?. Dr. Palmer's first patieut.au I who
i his rnrnM ni .atr.enr.inn ire.m ti;
or ! f ". n?ar Ureensljoro, under date of
November lSth the L'erorti sat s:
At the' solicitation of; numerous
friend.5, and fcr the henetit of these
who indulge in ardent spirits, and de
sire to be cured of the snrac, I write
- ! t hese lines in commendation of the
Keiiev Institute f Green.vboto, N. C.
1 have been taking the treatment tin
l..i- n F'-il 'vrr if ttirt Tt-cfilT-'n fff
HVI XJ J . If'l.i.,. w.. ...V. . W.. III'..,..
'.Mif. ill viv-L-.' ;i"d ?! li'it tbii
v WH 1 I . I . ' - f, - , ...... ... .-til.,
period have learned to abhor even the
smell of1 that deadly poiscn called
liquor, i I have been- bound, by tho
iron fetters and galling chains of in
temperance for a number of years, and -have
tried every pretended ciire heard
of, and yet to no'effect until I. found a
specific in theTvecley remedy. I fully
endorse ; this treatment, and heart ily
recommend it to the drinking public.
It cured me "Go thou and do likc-
wisdr ' i. K. G. Gorkell."
Greensboro, Jvov. 18, 1S91.
- .The institute now has six patients
and a larjje number of irjqu.iris now"
iudiQAteltjiat it will hate us many as
twenty or more by January first. Wc
say let tlie good work go on until ;U .
are cured atl the victims pi liq-uor aro
all reclaimed. - ; -
Suppose the "grain crops of the
Uuited i States next year should bu
sniaifeY'" :' "' - i ' ' -
And it Is hardly probable "that the
enormous yields cf this year" will ' bo
followed by another year of as great
Suji'iee Europe iioiild alr.0 hava
S-1 pi lose either tiie United States or
Europe should have -.short crops, .and it
is not probath that both will bavo
large croj is. ' ' . :
Under aiiy-of these conditions prices
for grain would continue high, as tho
world will have very short stocks car
ried over into the crop vear of 1S02.
If both E urope and America should
have small crops, which is a possibility,
it is tiiftieult to say whera prices would
g0 " " r " , " V;iOs..'A
Undsr these circumstances, h. rarS
Southprn farmers going to do? Ara j
they going to raise another v cot-
ton crop and sell it at k loss, r.r J buy
their corn, wheat an" 'provision, or
are they going toTais thtir omt food
stuffs of ail kiad, as they can reAdil
do, and be indspet dent of the prico of '
HVesteru corn and bacon, und then -
nave a siuajisr cotton crop at 'higher r
pri e.-: as- a surplus. ' - . ;i :
The prese-jt, lew price of cotton will
prove a blessing if it drives .Southern
I armors to raising. their own foodstuff,.
LEIJOSr ELIXIR, i
A ricasaat Lemon DrinTs.
For IiilsousncFs," Uoiisti iatioriarid MW
For indigestion .-SieU jrNervona
fleadaeiio, take Letnon Elixir. ,'. . -For
H-ceplcrfsnesp. Ncrvauness arid
Heart failure, take Lemon lilixir. - - . .
For Fevers, Chills. and Debility, tako
L-etncui KHxir.' .
Ladles, for natural and thorougk or
gatiic regulation, taJce IiCrnon Elixir. .
Dr.. Jlozlc-y's Jemon "Elixir -yyJlF nor
fail you ia any, of the above imraed ills,
eases, all of which rise horn , a torpid or
diseased 1 i vei',?tpiTHeh,kM neys or- bowel?.
Prepared onhUiy J)r. II. jloztey, At
lanta, Ga, Ak and $1 botticsat druggists. -LEBIONHOT
Cures all Coughs, Cohls, Ifearscur,
Sore Tli roa t ,r .4 ronchilis, " Pneumonia,.
Hemorrhage and all throat and J ting dis
eases. " - '-" '
An elegant, ami reliable preparation.
'Jo coats at druggists..- Preoarcd onlv
1... t if .i . r . .
i iv ir. ji. .iozicy, viiania, ua.
"The Mind Crop should bo planted
early end cultivated with irioro care
than cotton or tobacci). Branson.
, ''Xzvpj Iloosiers.
V, rm. Tia2rnou4,-postiaa5ter of Idarrlle,
Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done
more for me than all other medicines
combined, for that bad feeling arising
from Kidney cad Liver .trouble," John
Leslie, farmer and stoeknian, of same
place, says: "Find Electric Hitters to bo
the best Kidney and Liver medicine,
in ado me feel like a now' man." J. W,
Gardner, hardware merchant, same tows
eays: Electric Bitters is just the thiuj;
for a man wtiods all ruu down and don't
caro wiiethcr he livej or die?; ho found
e w st nrv It-good annelite ami felt-lust
'u a new base jti lifo. Only
e. a bottle, aFKdnttz & C6:s drug storo.
j To gt the lay of the lnd ono must
I ptocure a copy oXjI.f national air.
Irrnmi!ntory niieumsmm iHcurr-(t by IV P. P.
(!'. ... lV.ce ito-t I'uiutmii.) I'UjtA.
1 1 -'S ii vi br0! cyaAi-lted, ar.d t :io f urtif se. A3
:i .i.-.t ifMin pilibut if-kes P. !. P. ar.;l get: wlt.
;:-:..sej i;'rtific!tey tc 'tbls rffect art !a jAsrfesloii
il- ' -p iuat af acturera, "Sna will tc niic'n va appttr
civi;:). ' - - -v
MI L, IiKALTii ASit fnHbSi.TA. -
..PAiAcaicoi.A, Vla., Feb. IT, IMS.
. I, 'i -iuj an H;io., i-AVASMH: - ' ---- ,
u. Ait srliH--1 will write r jf ij to inronn yea ttiat
ol wjtli HiO(4Ll:-case. i irjcd ouo
tt . ! I and tt g&vo me nt, rc!;rf. i y ns iQ '
t .A e:i :: .nths; 1 trteJ p.'OKar.ent pliys-lliat
. j r -Ai tot Co we my oo0. -ann?ijour
"iM ijr.it; . i of p P.-J. tu. the AtnQbaia -'
; J ought I would tiy It. Tlie-bt itie 1
ji'.x to-ntjit r,.Aktseven or eight, awljtih. Lost
...lit rt. I have been tip vf-r stride ana at ray
i.:si'if.s,-fiu:i lr 1npecior. - You .iazp. fufctitli
t if yoit ;es.re, 1 reive iLforastHl raj'trloiids Uit
. . . . i' Lii.K. health and strettfia".- -
X. p . no L P EX.
P.P. P. la iae greatwt.1 blood purtlier of tae a?e,
the boat ot humor rernedlfs. cure eTey Ctsafi4
and humor cf ito Bltln, scalp acd bloctl, yrtn-itcf
iti-hlcs. burning, Bealr piniplft, wrcluli or fcK
fiitary, vrha nil other r;nell3Xan.
An ol4 physlclin, retrrcd fro.n practice, hrTingr
had placed la atsliAndsby an Iist Jneia rni3?l'u.
ary tiic fsnauia CI a'BimjjJe-vejreittbie reiaeuy for
tiie speedy ar.l.rM?rni-aui-nt curelJI Cfaatuaiptlon.
-Luo-Airecnoiis, -aLs-a.- ndiitve nd mitt-al eur
urirjciiius. iruiariD. ajh:tp;i ana u i rroat fttia
I'r -"-"t'10 -Oel.i.'Uy aiei all Nervous eoinjUalnts,
ait er h .diaz tmea rt. wei.-aiifut ' curat i e wi-ri i
r.CB orcasf'lrcs teitit bin Gaty ie rnaf;
to Ists satTt ring feiiows. Actuated ty liil
4 a Ueslre to icUeve tiumauSnffenrir. I
will senrt free of cli.ii,e, to ail wtio Uestre It. t!i!
recipe, in uenr.an, Freucii or Kngllf-rli. with lull eu,
reetlons iforfMf jwrtsg and using, sent byiawil by
aajreshuiK w in suunp, tasna i.ai3 papr,. w. -A,
r-Wfeett JU)j vrza ticit, wc puro her Caatoria.
VhpdL pho we c CilJ, ata crfeSffor-Castorta
Hen she bfr.e !eha cbing t j Casti ia,
Xtxn (lie fiaJ Cr.i'.uiea, she gari tactii Ca3tor.
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