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Half ;"- u
Ta claim t
" ranch for Sax-m-
itri a skeptic
r ifncan one
ciHc for Epilp-
a f rohollnm.
,," ft -. snnply. becauac 1 he virus of all diseases
from the blood. Its Nervine, Resolvent,
xivntireaml laxative properties meet all the
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. t-' 5 .
gylEIC 0 II QlUlElntOlR
I: ..r.;. t- ami composes the patient not by the
i: rKlr.-tion of opiates and drastic cathartics,
j t hy i he restoration of activity to the stomach
n rvons syeteia. whereby the brain fa rc
i.tvtv. of morbid fancies, which are created by
trs c&iwa above referred to.
Ta l li-rjjmen. Lawjcrt, Literary men, iler
chiLt, Bers, Ladies and all those whose seci
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tr- jmlartties o! the blood, stomach, bou cis oi
i: V.iTsrnhoreiire a nerve tonic. aprctize
. i -:.u. :iaT.T,S.oiARiTA?iXEnvrsEisinvalnnble.
Ti.oui.tU pr-KlaiiTk It the moft wonUorfuTin-
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M'-. So'A It all Pnrtfsta. "The S. A;
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, Crirrua, Ar--Tcr- City. iMi
ifc 10 -Iw-nrm
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caualajr Ncrvons Debility.
mouiai an-1 pnTtlcal weraness. valuable la
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SKND KOR CICCULAB.
nnvXl lr-dJtw nrm
--"All your own lault
If you rcaiaia sick when you can
(Jet hop bitters that Beyer Fail
The weakest woman, smallest child,
and sickest invalid can uso hop bitters
with safety and great good.
Old men tottcriup: around Croui
llheuoiatism. kidney iroublo or any
weakness will bo almost new by usinz
My wife and daughter were made
healthy by the uso of hop bitters and I
recommend them to my people. Mcth
Ask any good doctor if hop
Bitters arc not the bcstfatuily medicine
Malarial fever. Ague aud Bilious
ness, will leave every neighborhood as
soon as hop bitters arrive.
"My mother drove the paralysis
and neuralgia all out of her system
with hop bitters." Ed. Oswego Sun. ;
Keep the kidneys healthy with bop
bitters and you need not Tear sickness.
Ice water is rendered harmless and
more refreshing and reviving with hop
bitters in each draught.
Tho vigor of youth for the aged and
infirm in hop bitters. Imd&w.
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v ! C l NATII'L JCOBI,
aeptl ;i0 Soath Front St
When I behold thv fac 1
iny beauty strikes mc mute;
1 cannot sing Ihy praise, ? :
Nor urge my pressing suit :
I hold my peace, and stand anrt
Lips silent, tho not so myhcart.
I lear. vca Stronirlv fear . :
Thy suitor clonucnt:
His words within thir.e ear
Arc all with music blent i
Yet Ihcu hast eyes and J wit to sec
He means not half he swears to thee.
Ah! were his gift but mine.
1 ti so applauu ttec. I-ove.
The stars should cease to shine.
1 he Uecting earth to move. ,
Aud heaven and hell should listen long
To catch the burden of my song.
But. si nee I cannot sing.
I'll strongly strive to tlo :
Bravo deeds best proof shall bring
To show devotion true.
love nerves ray arm. and drives me
Fearless to Oght in tby defence, i
II o Was a Man of Details.
The complaint lhat Mr. Villard was
too big a man to nndc:stand the details
ofrailrad management, and that he
really never knew anything of O. & T.,
outside of making mortgages, brings to
mind tho case of an Ohio road. It bad
president er president, and each one
cocked his feet on tbo office 'desk and
let her' rip. She : had !'ripped" j un
til tho directors finally got together and
decided that the right man must go' to
tho wall. They were consulting in a
room looking out into the passenger
depot. A train came in 18 minutes
behind time, and the tram dispatcher
booted the conductor out of one door.
fired the engineer out ot another, and
run the fireman under a freight train.
He then backed the train out, and; was
coming back from the yards, when the
directors met htm and one ot them
ask : ". . . ? .- , j
MMr. Thomas, can you at ;ept the
presidency of this road"?','
"Wait a minute," was the reply: and
the man shunted -three cars, celled a
switchman, nd drove two loafers out
of the yard, and returned and said:
Why, yes, I suppose so; and the
first thing I shall do is to fire you all
out o here! Don't let me see you here
again in six months.? ; I
- In a vear the rot.d was paying a divi
dend. WallSlrett News:
kings, and : then "gunned through the
pack and got out the other two kings
before the old preacher looked around
to the table asin. - One cf 'cm bet a
dollar. .Then the old preacher r went
down in his pocket an got out all tbe
money he had. S 17, : and put it - up.
Yon fellers.' says he. 'has been winnin1
my money, and youse can just as well
have it all. Tso a raisin ; ye Jbrtyssix j
dollars. . - - : .
'The feller that had the fonr kings
borrowed all the money bis partner had
and called the preacher's raise. The
old man raked in the pot - and got up,
and says he I kno edgdat was - you
knock in' at dat do. Mariah. Isc a
com in. -Then U he went out."
Watfiinqlon I2cpublica. . :'
. - Cures the Piles Tool j
Edouard Heintard, of New York
writes: . !
: It gives mc great pleasure to say that
a sin-ie box of HENRY'S.CARBOMC
SALVE effected a complete cure br
Piles with which I had been troubled
forpver a year, and which nothing else
that I used would cure.
THE BRIGHTEST and BEST!
l)AnT, SF -WEEKLl WEEKLY
A T Sljt'DAY EDITIOXF. ,'
Velvet lsall'the rage.
Aycr's Cherry Pectoral is recom
mended by physicians of the greatest
eminence on both sides of the Atlantic,
as the mo&t reliable remedy for colds
and coughs, and all pulmonary disor
ders. It affords prompt relief in every
case. No family should ever be without
Jet is as much worn as ever.
Ask for Wells "Rough on Corns.'
15c. Quick, complete, permanent cure.
Corns, warts, bunions. ! . ..
Steel blue is among new colors.
Fort Dyspepsia, Indigestion, De
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ty. in their various forms : also as i
preventive against Fever and Agne
and other Intermittent Fevers , the
'Ferro-Piiosphorated Elixir of
Calisaya," made by Caswell, Haz
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Drngsists, is the best tonic; and for
patients recovering from k ev6r or other
sickness, it has no equal.
Facts About Time.
As the recent change in time has
awakened some inquiry on this subject,
the fol 'owing facts may be of interest:
Julius C;rsar rectified the calendar 46
years li. C, and by means of the cal
culations of bis astronomer made the
year of its present length. This, how
ever, is said to be really eleven minutes
too much and by the time Pope Grego
ry XIII came into power the surplus
had reached eleven days. The Pope
had sufficient influence i to set aside
Crcsar's method, and the new calendar
was accepted at once i in Italy! Spain
and Portugal. It gradually came into
favor in r ranee and Germany, and
both Denmark and Sweden adopted it
in 190, In England, popular preju
dices ooposed the Gregorian method
until, in 1851, an act of Parliament
legalized the change? and this gave use
o the terms "old style'" and new style.
Ridiculous as it may pceui, whenever
riots occurred at that time, for what
ever cause, this change was made a
basis of complaint by those who did
not understand a word upon the subject.
Hogarth, in his picture of the elhction
not, represents a man drunk in the
gutter, while near by lies his banner
inscribed. "Give us back our eleven
days.' This shows how readily politi
cians, even then, turned everything to
an account.- The recent change is
only a more perfect attainment . of a
uniform standard. Lltca Herald.
What it Did For an Old Lady.
Coshocton Station. N. Y..
Dec. 28. 1878.
Gents A uumbcrof people had been
iising your Bitters here, and with mark
ed encct. In one case, a lady of over
seventy years had been sick for years,
and for the past tea years has not been
ablo to be around halt the time. About
six months ago she got so feeble that she
was Iiclplcss. Her old 1 remedies, or
physicians, being of no avail I sent to
Deposit, torty.nve.mucs away, and got
a bottle of Hop Bitters. It improved
her so she was able to dress herself and
walk about the house. When she had
taken the second bottle sho was able to
take care of her own j room and walk
out to a neighbor's, and has improved
all the time since. My wife and child
ren have also derived great benefit
from their use. !
W. B. HATHAWAY.
Agt. U. 8. Ex. Co.
Must be Sold !
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Irnn POUNDS DRIED apples.
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A. W. JUVKNOARK,
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l!c of all klails of Oautry ProJnc
aa4 Urocerki alwsyi on -iful. dec I
Who's lat Knockin?"
'The came was in a little log cabin
and there vore three niggers l playing
poker. O c of 'em was an old nigger
preacher and the other two was a ku
Uuxin him. and winning all his money
as fast as they could. I watched the
game awhile, and was standing wnere
I could see the old nigger preacher's
hand. After fonr or five deals, tho old
preacher got far aces dealt him before
the draw. ! i 1
"He turned his head clear around,
and says he: 'Who's dat knockin'on
dat do?" i .
"There wasn't anybody knocking at
the door, but you see the old preacher
wanted to give the other two a chance
to fix op a land. They wasn't playin
straight flushes, so he turns clear around
with his back to the table, and says he:
VWho's dat knock in at dat do' ? Is dat
you.-Mariah? All right.! Ise com in'
inaminit!' 1 I f - t
'One of the other fellers had two
, ... . ,
Ministers Sound its Praise.
Rev. Mr. Greenfields, Knoxville,
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Sold by druggists, Sl-S0-
Fur trimmings are very fashionable.
Advice to Consumptives.
On the appearance of the first symp
toms as general debility, loss or appe
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by night-sweats and cough prompt
measures for relief should be taken.
Consumption is scrofulous disease of
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ti-scrotnla. or blood-purifier and
strength-iestorer. Dr. Pierce's "Gold
en Medical Discovery." Superior to
Cod liver oil as a nutritive,' and unsur
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L world over. For Dr. Pierce s pam
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aaad pcAlrlr enrea.) aorSend
l&a. fer pcata? on trial box OX
Dr.M.V7. IIXCOS. ror.CUrk a
and C-JbooA I jca4o,Luu
ytOdJtw - Ua
rjlHE WARM BACKWARD SEASON HAS
overloaded us with Winter Clothimr, which
must be sacrtfeed at UNEARTHLY LOW
PRICES.-The loss will be fearfttL 4 but better
lose some than alL We bare a very large
stock to select from, of fine, medium quality
sad cheap Clothing, In Suits and Overcoats at
prices that will astonish, you and p iraly re the
clothiers. Take advantage of 1L See the bar
gains and get bargains they are for everyone
snd wt Invite every one to come early to the
well known Reliable Clothiers. ,
A. & I.
dee 17 CsU ClotLlenw 111 UarkstSL
NEW YOKK, 1884.
About sixty million copies 'of The Sea have
gone out of our cstaDiisoment miring uic past
If you were to paste end to end all the col
umns of all The Suns printed and sold last
year you would get a continuous strip of in
teresting information., common sense wisdom.
sound doctrine, and sane wit,. lonr cnoughto
reach from Printing House square to the top
cf Mount Copernicus in the moon, then back
to Printing House square, and then threc-fiuar
tcra of the way back to the moon again. I
Cut THE sun is written ior the innawtant3
of the earth; this same strip of intelligence
wouhLgirdlc the globe twenty seven or twen-
ty-cignt times.- i
If every buvcr oi a copy ot j. he u tiring
the past year has spent only one -hour over It,
and if his wire or his grandfather has epent
another hour, this newspaper in 1SS has af
forded the human race thirteen thousand years
of steady reading, night andViay.
it is only by little calculations like tiicsc
that you cn form any idea of the circulation
of the most populariof American newspapers,
or ot Its Influence on the opinions and ction
of American men and women. i
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consequences, which gets at the facts no mat
er' how much the iroccM costs, ; whicl pre
sents the nows of all the world without waste
of word.- and Id the mot readable shape,
which la working with alt -Its heart for the
cause of honest erovcrnmeutand which there ,
fore believes that the Republican parly niust
go. and must go in thi?. coming year of ourH
f IC.'I . I .
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If yon know THE 5UN. you JitQ it aircaiy.
and you will read it with accustomed diligence
and profitduring what is sure to be the moet
Interesting year in its history,- If you do not
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WEEKLY fl a year. Eight p4gcs of the best
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, I. W. ENGLAND. Publisher,
nor S " ! TUB nw. V. V. lty
Sheeting, 4. V yd.;...!.
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Mackerel, No 1, V half bbl.! o
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Mackerel, No. 2, V half bbl.. ft 00 fs 5 60
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Mulltd,;w-bbU..: xz.,m.n ca , r ' .
Mullets, Pork bbls.... r. 7 00 u 8 SO ,
vr ri - - mm i . . . f. .
FERTILIZERS, V 2,000 fta ! -jPeruvlan
Guano, No. 1.......S7 Stt .
Lobos. ..00 00
Bausrh's Phosphate 00 00
Carolina Fertilizer.... 45 00
Ground Bone- ........00 06
Bono Meal. ............... ,...00 CO
.............. ,IM Vl I Ba UU
; Bono Flonr.;... .00 00 t37 00
Navassa Guauo... ........... .40 00 vW5 0C
Complete Manure. 00 00 aWIOC
Whann's Phosphate 00 00 4T70 00
Wando Phosphate..; 00 00 070 00
Bcrgcr & Bniz'a Phorhate.;00 0Q 'tTGQ oo
Excellcnza cotton, FeTtillxer.S5 00 nm oo
French's Carbonate of Lime... 7 00 f 7 50
French's Agricultural Lline.... 8 50 0 9 0
Northern Super. 5 50
Extra..... ..6 00
. " Family...;;... i.. 7 00
City Mills Extra.;.; C GO
Family .1..-.. 5 75
" Extra FamllV.... C 50
ULiUiS it m.
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Corn, cararo. In bulk, white.".
Corn, cargo. In bags, white..
Com, cargo, mixed, In bags..
Oats, fi-om store.........;....
Cow Pea. ..;..., 1 CO
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HAY. 100 lbs
Eastern..... 1 20
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HOOP f I RON, VIb..
Northern.. 1. ! 10 U
North Carolina..'. ....!.. 00 a
LIME, 4 barrel.. l...X, 40. a j i
LtUiuiir.it,. city sawea, v u. rr.r - t
Ship Stuff, resawed... ..13 00 T20 0
! Rough Edire Plank ! 15 00
L West India Cargoes, according '
io quality.. .......:...i.,. his w
Dressed Flooring, seasoned.. 18 00
. Scantling and Board. com'n..l2 00
MOLASSES. V gallon i r-J
New Crop Cuba, In hhdsi.... . 0C to, 36
" in bbls.i....
Porto Rico',- In b ads I . . . .
In tkt.la .
Sugar House, in hhds... ......
4i t - I- Kl.la
Svrurj.'lh bbls L.
NAILSi V Keg, Cut.l0d basis.. 0 00
UiL, -v gallon
Lard.. J.. .......
Deck and Spar
i Chickens, live, grown... .
PEANUTS V bushel.'....;....
POTATOES, V bnshel M ,
Irish, 4f bbl 4
fork, barrel ' . ii
City Mess.. 423 5C
Prime .....i .....18 00
Rump.... : ...........17 00
RICE Carolina. V lb...
Rough, 4 bushel
RAGS, y.lbCounrry ;....l..;.
ROPE. 4T lb
SALT, 4 sack. Alum......
SUGAR, 4f lbCuba
017 00 .
SOAl'r' 16 Northern
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'rtrnmAn y ru. mm -r lat i 1
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Cyircca Hearts.... 0 00 " to 7 60 .
STAVES, 4 51 W. O. Barrel.. 12 00 018 00
R. O. Hojrsbead I. ...00 00 010 00
TALLOW, 4T tb .L.... .-4 0 5i '
TIMBER, W M fect Shlpphig.12 00 0H 00!
Fine Mill- ........... .M......ll 25 013 00
Mill Prime 7 90 Ol 60i
ftliii Fair...........;.; 000 50:
Common MIL' 00 o 0 00
Inferior to Onlhiary.. ........ 0 00 0 4 00
WHISKEY, V gal Northei a. 1 00- to 4 00 '
North Carolina...... 100 ad 2 50 .
WOOL.4F lb Washed
vii wasiivu.... ................
North Cardlina Rcsources
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"One of the most-useful series of dtacrlp
live baoks ever published about any fitate,'
Boston Post. ' i . i 1 J ji
MISSES BURR JAMES, Principals.
MRS. 1L S. CUSHLNG, Musical Instructress.
THE TWENTIETH ANNUAL SESSION of
thla School will commence on Thursday, the
4th of October, 18S3, an1 close daring the third
week In Jane, 18844 : ! -
The course of Instruction Is tboroagh and
systematic. Terms reasonable Lessons In
painting In Oil, Water Colors and Pastel, with
Sepia and India Ink drawing, and Crayon and
pencil sketching, at moderate rates, i j
Where a class of tea or twelve la formed for
the school of painting, the price will be re
duced. ' --
1 PuTdls outside of the school who desire mu
sical Instruction, will do well to apply early.
For further particulars inquire or rnncipaw.
or can for circular.
Hale's Industrial Series.
j-r'r Two9YoIumcsowtcadjr. ' ' j
i. This Woona jccx Tmt: i or North
Cxeolina. CurtiVs, Emmons', iaedt Kerr's
Botanical Reports : supplemented by accural
Coapty Jjorts of Stand lug. FreU. and Illus
trated bran cxcep(SA Mafr pf tho ttatc
1 Volume Umo. Cloth, 273 pp., $lJ25.
II. In the Coal and Irox Cocat ies or
Koirrit Cakouna Emmotu .Renf, Laid
Icy 's. Wilkes, snd Ua Censas Reports ; snp
plemented by lull and accurate eketches of the.
Fifty six Counties and Map of the btate. j 1
tl Volume 12mo. Cloth, 423 pp, tlUKk j J
; Sokl by all BobkseUert . off faallel postpaid,
on receipt of the price, by- r - - t ,
- . - . K J. HALE SON, I .
Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers.
- r- f - New. York1;
Or. P. M. HALE, Publisher; Caielzi. NGi t
sept 29 - v...w,, . MS
WHO PROPOSE TO
subUsh a manufactory thereon, well tlciber
ed cypress laod. ParUea Who may bare such
lands to dispose of are reauestel to communl-
cate, with me at Wadetboroor by 1 letter with
Mr. JoMi T. James, at Wilmington in rerson.
Full nrrtcuiars as C9' exact location of kinds, -
somber of acres, probable yield ot timber to
the acre and lowest price, must be mvle
known.' - - JOHN T. PATRICK. '
-i sate Immigration Agent,
azntf Wavlesboro K. 1