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THE GHLA i
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.ro.kei-raaiUlatf" We claim it
mty. It t-iK l tftfrui Of all dieae
i t.w 1 kxL It Nervine, KtvUent.
, . .v .:Tff ' sa,i Laxative r frtpcrtle meet sll the
- . . h. n-.arffrrc4t. It's known ttorti
i- .. . .,. romrtowtike naLierit not by the
v .i b? tie i-,'ortioa of sctivity to the etomacb
t.'ron T.cm. whereby the brain lrc
i.cc i tt r.ort'il fincics. wticll rt creittrd by
t!e cn Vjxc rvfcrml to.
To ( rrj men. Lawyer. Literary men. Mcr
ch j i:i.ker Lvhr and all t ooe whnc red
uf ire r mtl.TB:titfn,BfrvTmprn4irata.
i.-it -aUrltleVettLc L'.ood. totnach. bovrl
i :.U,r or who require a wne timlc. pp:lr-r
r:ti:m!aiitjiVASrrAN NrnriF ilntlo"iM-.
I tou-JDN frnrllt It the mo-! woinl rluT lu-
iCrat halrTcratiDnl tho inUn?rtra-M
olJ b !1 I)mtt. Th lUf. S. A.
for Ut'.mrtn'i! and cirmlara rnd "taw
rax. v. zf-uv.n. int. ra Tki Rtr.
ilee 13 -lw nun
iron loutnfui itnpraaence
cauaIoz crrou DemUtr.
menui ao 1 ibTlcal werkne. VaJUAblo la
formition far borne care rtUltS. Ut year
uccc4fallj. Dr. A. G.UUa. Box 242, Cblc-
ro. boat i-iwir
rrrpirM from formula tued by an emlaoat
IhytrtJi durlaft yer saocrirnl
X. 1 Oaarantfcil to effect radl-
r.1 rune of all affections of the BlooJ, whether
s. ro'tikwa or aoanireu. Skm illacAac-s. Dim
moth pate be, ete., ra rcrmanently
rurM br rxte'a Spcdflc o. I. rnce si.
!PN-iic No. Carw Seximal Wbakxem,
M hvoc DcniLrrr, from Youtbful Idicr
tr.m or Kcc, prodaclnr Exhaaslrti Vlul
t;y r. t of Maahood. ThU remoty U un
eiiulll in th care of thec complaint. ) t la
aoowerfalatleDnhaatothe wekeiM Nerrona
yyiem, aUU Na'.are to reoew the atrcnith
aat Ur of tbe flebUltated orranj. an-i effecta
a rlu-l rare. Price ft.
pwia? No. 4 4lTce loUnt relief anl per
ituorotiy mree EheamatUm. rrleefi.
9peri No. tA poitlre rare for all weak
romtaoa to female, l'rice 1.
Sot by DroxTtata or acat oa retpt of price
hr J. V. Kaw. ij K. CUrk SL. Chicago.
skSd nm circulac
mar il ly-dAw ana
"All your own fault
If you remain sick when you can
Get hop bitters that neTcr 'Vail
The weakest woman, smallest child,
and sickest i a valid can uso hop bitters
wi:h safety and ertat good.
Old men tottering around from
llhcaaatism. kidney trouble or any
weakness will be almost ne.w by osing
My wife aod diuxhter were made
Wealthy by the use of hop bitters and I
recommend them to my people. Mcih
Ask any good doctor if hop
H.tters are not tho bestfamily medicine
Malarial fever. Ague and Bilious-g'-m.
will learo every neighborhood as
oa as hop bitters arrive.
"lly mother drove the paralysis
anj neuralgia all out of her system
ilh hop bitters. Oswego Sun,
Kep the kidoevs healthy with hop
Inters and you need not fear sickness,
Ico water b rendered harmless and
more refresh! a and reviving with bop
H.tter ia eachdrautht.
The Tlgor of joath for the aged and
btlrra in hop bitters. lmd&w.
Sash, Doors, Blinds,
White Lead, Paints,
French Window Glass.
VF.NCT FOES. y. KXAMEL PAINT
COS UExriY PUKPARED "TAlJiT.
1AU. AND EXAMINE OVRr.OODS AND
tor price before purcbuiar, Tbe tact
H r 1'alau are from th eVebrat.t r
tea of Vf etbertlt A Co., aod HarrUoa Broa
Co., Ujafl.-tet uarante for tiwrlr nalUy
a Im cne of f.Kiiinr start at rrtnr !
jVe. la a lllrloB La oar lim f nil
wk.4 Tmr attention U mpectf ally tavltcd.
110 South froat M
rj5DEft NEW HXXXQZUZST. ,
JJI iu wHtam. Tarma ft. 1 1 U i W
T h oDai 1 y e vi o iv.
Two on a cliff, with L kiss of tbe tea
Filline their hearts and their lipa and
their hair. !
Two without shelter of rock or of tree.
Facing pure peare, or the sands .of
But one in the soul that can lift them
along: , I
Orvo in the spirit and one io the touch ;
One in the melody, one in the song;
Who can wish more or dare ask lor
as much? i
Two in a boat on the loss of the tide;
Two. in the sight of the leaf! and the
land; , 1
Two ou the breast of the waves that
are wide; I
Two on the narrow gold strips of the
Uutoneonthe ocean of lore and at
One midst the rush, and one in the
One like a bird wininj home 10 its
Who aks as much or darn hunger
Two hi the cold of the sun as it sets;;
Two close toether at death of the
Two iu the world thnt torsi jes and for
i gets ; i
I Two with the joy of the beach and
! " the bay. I
But out in the kiss and one in the
I. ' prayer;
One in tbb heaven and one iu the blue ;
One in tbe UsM, and the; life and the
Whocairaak more? Oh. my tlarliug!
A Clinpter on Flics.
You can sometimes crttch a baseball
i on a ny-.
The most irritating fly is the Spanish
The Latin name iur a certain kind ot
fly is tcmpus fugitJ 1
t lies are always on hand early in the
mormnr, . f
ou havo all sccu a kite lly.
Some flics arc always in jail
Longfellow speaks of a fly as a bird.
when ho says or it: "Fly proud bird of
freedom' . i '
You can draw a j lly with a drop of
molasses belter than wjtu; a crayon.
Wc have often seen flics handcuffed.
Flies make a point where business is
At the boaruioZ'house taoie did you
ever sec the first new bnttcr-flyt of tbe
Some people employ the blind to keep
flies from the room.
The spider is the only creature which
invites the fly into his parlor-
A coniaeal Quarrel is a promoter of
Staze flics -are painted, time flics
wholly unadorned by art.
A fly is conservative in his reading;
he always sticks toil is own paper.
Butchers and crocers exhibit flies on
You can't drown a fly in the milk o
human kindness. j M
When you "darn a fly" you do no
need a nccdlo and worsted.!
Although flics don't stay loocr in one
place they always carry a trunk.
There are musical flies. 1 People
peak of the base fly (
When you see a kite fly. it is not crue
to stick a pin in iL Luther O. Ihggs.
Is the Great Southern Remedy for
he euro of the Scrofulous Taint, liheu
atism. White SwelUoz. Gout. Goitre
Consamotion, Bronchitis, Nervous De
bility, Malaria and all diseases arising
rom an Impure condition of the Blood.
Ihe merits of this valuable prenara
uoa are so wea known toat a passing
notice is but necessary to' remind the
readers of this journal of the necessity
of always having a bottle of ROSA-
DA Mb among their stock of family
Certificates can be presented from
many leading Physicians. Ministers
and heads ot families throughout the
South endorsing ROSADALIS in the
highest term. We are constantly in
receipt of certificates of cures from tho
most reliable sources, and we do not
hesitate to recommend it as the best
remedy for the cure of the above dls
"I'll make au oat of that.? is what
the farmer said when planting his seed.
The dictionary is not as big as tbe
postoflloe. but it contt ins more letters
to the square inch. Xew, York Journat
"Your little boy appears to be partic
ularly lively, madam ." "Oh, yes." re
sponded tbe lady, sweetly, "helthinks
be is in church. ' The Judge.
a moid on luc nose indicates mat a
man will be a great 1 traveler probably
to el out or tbe .way of people who
make personal remarks. Lowell CUiztn
' A young man who dropped ia uoex
peeled ly upon his girl, the other even
ing, fouad her in tears. Poor thing,
she had been peeling onions. Fhiladel-
pliia, Chronicle. ,
Little George was questioned the
other day about his big sister's bean.
"How old js be?" "1 don't know."
Well, ishe young?' '"I think so, lor
he hasn't any hair on his , head."p
"Do you play by the ear? I see you
don require notes, said a Fort Wayne
gentleman to a musician of tbe city or
chestra. "Xo. sir," was the reply. "I
play by the nteht and require bank
notes." TJte Iloosicr. i
Be gentle in tho -family. Oh. always
h mntt t i t - . I I 1.
auuTe aw uiaao mo uoja ue
11 wc hatl a family ol boys wc
should compel them to be gentle. If we
l. Year oul CTorj barrel stave
the shed. h'oclland Courier.
A Fair Offer!
Tut Voltaic Belt Co., ol iUrshAll
Mich., offer to bend Dr. Djo's Celebat
ctl Voltaic Belt and Electric Appliances
oa trial, for thirty days, to- men, old
aod younx. afflicted with nervous
debility, lost vitality, and many other
See advertisement ia this paper.
t th s eow&w
Galveston. Texas, claims to hare a
population of 37,000.
Steel rails have cone from $153 rcr
ton to $35 in fifteen years-
India ink, accord ing to Chinese
writers, was invented 6967 B. C.
Judah P. Benjamin is said to look
very much as be did thirty years ago.
Mme. 1 jucca pays she has two offers
from America for next session, one for
8.000 the other lor 10 000 francs per
evening, and that she will accept one jof
Tennessee has a tchool fund of
000.000 annually for 500.000 population,
out of which less than 300.000 enroll in
the public schools, while tbe daily at
tendance as less than 200,000; only
two-fifths of the children attend school.
Judze Iocbrance, ot Atlanta, who
succeeded io making peace between
two syndicates who were' striving to
secure control of the Memphis and
Charleston railroad, is said to havo re
ceived a fee of $60,000 for his services.
The cotton factory which was estab
lished in the Cotton Imposition build
ing in Atlanta, Ga... is now. running
lfi.000 spindles and is making a ciean
leu per cent lor its first year ot actual
Mmc. Ilauk complains bitterly
overcharges in Southern hotels.
Tbo principal of the Denver School of
Mines is a woman, Mrs. Mary Krone.
Congressman Laird, of Nebraska,
was only 13 when he cniered the army
The new Spanish Minister to Wash
ington is described as a distinguished
scholar, and is a member of th Spanish
One of Pennsylvania' Congressmen.
Mr. Campbell, .was a type-setter and a
Mississippi boatman; a California
Forty-niner, a brigadier general during
the civil war. and Surveyor-General of
I Mme. Nilsson is said to have been
presented on Christmas with a pair of
wooden shoes, such as she wore when
a peasant child at her parents home,
and she confesses to having wept when
sho received them.
A contemporary publishes tbe mourn
ful information that Queen Victoria,
having married off all her children ex
cept the Princess Beatrice, is absorbed
in doing the same duty for her grand
children. Is the lady Beatrice then to
(xa amity" Wcllcr is the nickuame
of one of the Iowa Congressmen, bes
cause of his frequent political defeats.
His education was attained by night
study, while he worked in the fields
during the day. Law and religion, as
well as politics, were among ms
"branches of learning."
What it Did For an Old Lady.
Coshocton; Station, N. Y.,
Dec. 28, 1878.
Gents A number of people had been
using your Bitters hero, and with mark
ed effect. In one case, a lady of over
seventy years had been sick for years,
and for the past ten years has not been
able to be around bait the time. About
six months ago she got so feeble that she
was helpless. Her old remedies, or
physicians, being of no avail I sent to
Deposit, forty-live miles away, and cot
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 she was able to
take care ol her own room and walk
out to a neighbor's, and has improved
all the timo since. My wife and child
ren have also derived ercat benefit
from their use.
Agt. U. S. Ex. Co.
The most fashionable buttons arc
bullet-shapcd,small , aud when of steel
jet or metal are facetted.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is recom
mended by physicians of the greatest
eminence on both sides of the Atlantic,
as tho most reliable remedy for colds
and coughs, and ail pulmonary disor
ders. It affords prompt relief in every
case. No family should ever be without
Black gloves have been revived for
wear with all sorts of dresses and on
all occasions except weddings.
Quick! complete cure, all annoying
Kidney, Bladder and Urinarv Diseases.
Lace ruffles inside high velvet col
lars are among tbe latest and most be
coming novelties in neck lingerie.
Ministers Sound Its Praise,
itev. Mr. Greenfields, Knoxville,
Teun., writes as follows: "Samaritan
Nervuu permanently cured my son of
epileptic fits." Here's food for thought.
Sold by ilnisgista, SI.-W
The potato with all its eyes is the
most susceptible of vegetables. It is so
Opinion of Dr. Mott, late Gov -
Mv investigation of Allcock's Po
nes Tlasteb shows it to contain valu
able and essential ingredients not pres
ent in any other Piaster. These wsre-
dients are so perfectly proportioned
hat Aixcock's Porus Fulstek will
not cause Blisters or Excessive Imta
Hon, and I find it superior to and more
efficient than any other Plaster..
IENY A. MOTT, JR., Ph- !.. F. U. S.
Professor of Chemistry. N. Y. Med.
Do nU waste your money buiiog in
fcrior Articles. Tell your Druggist yoo
want Axlcock's Porus Plasters, and
do not take others made to sell on tbe
reputation of -the genuine article.
x MONAcrra, second srBxrr.be-
Uaxket aa4 Prlacea. Ladies m4 Gea-
ilemea'v food of Ttry deaxrrpuoa. mmj cokjx.
AJaa, ciaadax scovrloT as4 bieacAbis 8end
na a. parr xf yoor old Kid OIotca. , .
Mother' s Spinning Wheel.
Concerning One Article that
-was' Not For Sale, and An- -i
other which is Cheap a -1
i Any Price. :
".No, air, I wouldn't 'aell you that for auy
money; that apItAIng-wheel ws my mother'
It waa one day, wheu abe waa sinolog like a
Uikod making tola old wheel hum, that my
father, the a a younjr med cat student, after
ward a farmer, fell in love wi:h her sonic
fifty years ago." j
So a poke the proprietor of a rough bit of
farm land in Ulster County, X. Y tu a relic
hunter, and "mother's" aplnnlcc-wheel re
roalned anion?: her children and grandch'ld
My mother." writes licv jj. W. Phelps,
Katr of St. faul'a M. K Church, Chicago,
suaed Parker's TONIC- anil wbhea me to
eay thst ahe his found it more effective than
anything she ever used for invigorating and
strengthening the system debilitated by mala
ria. Mie desire mc aid csycciajlv to mention
tbe certainty with w hirh It aids digestion and
overcome exhaustion "
Ever since the lirsi houbehold was establisb
el mother's" opinion bap.been more yotviit
in this wot Id than that of judge, jnristor
physkim. tier band has always cooled the
lever and hir oloe bus been filled with bove
w ith cacb day's decline. PARKER'S TONIC is
becoming more deservedly )opuiar witn the
women who guard alike bnsbaml and cbi'dt
ren. It eradicates nialatlal poison lrom the
blood, from which there ia now such wide
Please observe: Dn. PARKER'S TONIC ia
not an intoxicant. It is a combination of sev
eral Ingredients, ot which none 6ingly can
prcducc anything like Us effect. For Kidney,
Stomach and Liver troubles, it is tbe standard
and uufailiog remedy. In two sizes; tu cents
and f I. The latter tbe cheaper, lfiscox Sc.
Co , chemists, 'ew York. jan ll-lmd&w
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state Immigration Agent,
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Producing Long-Sighlednees, and Re-
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FRESH j ARRIVALS X
ATMORE'3 celebrated mincemeats
In Barrels, Half Barrels and Palls; and
.' f in Alt nt2 i'.".f t., i
TboRe are llic-very jr6oU-of 4iHr .kind, :
and no family should lie
a most 'delightful STetmeat for the tea laid
To anlrc on Tuesday ntxt J :
a ''-fresh' supply of
Ginger Taffy,1 . I
i ' " . !' :
Ben's ltoston Crackers,
Coffee Cakes, something uew and ih".
Orange Bar, - j '
Almond Maccaroons, 1
. Cocoanut Maccaroona, aad v . " !
The Genuine Albert Biscuit, ' -,
Ta one an! two pound Tin s. "
For sale low. J' ;
John L. Boatwrighi!
novfcT2-tf . lj
essi r..1 7 C3 .
Whoee debility, exhanafed
powen, prematarei leeny
and failure to perform 111'
tin ilea properly are caWd by
oaoesRcsj errors of youth, etc., ,
will tiad a perfect an3 lasting'
restoration to robnas benttU
and vlcoron manhood iu'
THE MARSTON BOLUS.
jAoulier etotuach drng:trtng nor.
instrumeni. i nts treatment or
XrrTom Debility and
sncpPfsfuV because b irdi on perfect f diajrnOaiA. .
netv aiuil direct method and alxtolute thor.
iiebiic. 1 nil intortnntion and Treatise free.
Addre t.'onwltinir I'h.viiaii ef ; . ,-t '
MARSTON REMEDY CO., 43 W.Hlh St., NcwYorl
nov27-l yood w
North Carolina Resources.!
-. . . j 1 .
"One of the most uscrui serice or dcacnp
tive books ever published about any State."
Boston Post. ,".. .( i
Hale's Industrial Series.
Two Volumes pw Ready.
i. Tjib Woods and timbers ot north
CAROLi'A.-Curtls's, Emmons', and Kerr's
Botanical Reports; supplemented by accurate
County Reports of Standing Forests, and illus
trated by an excellent aiau oi tne ciaic.
, 1 Vultuae l2mo. Cloth, 273 pp., tl.25.
11. is the Coal and Iros CotKTir.s or
North Carolina Emmons. iKerV, LaM
lcy's, Wilkes, and tbe Census Reports sup-
Fifty six Counties and Map of the Stale. ! i
1 Volume limoi Cloth. 423 pp.L $1.50. :, I -
Sold by all Booksellers, or mailed postpaid,.
on receipt, of the price, .by ; I ,
k j. Hale son, 1
Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers; ,
I - ,( New York l,
Or. P. M j H A LE. Pnbllaheir. Raleigh, N C 1
35 Si Clark St., Opp. Court House. CHICAGO.
A re;rn'ir graduate. The Oldeat Specialist
h the United Stated, whose urn LONG CXI'EBICKCE,
crfcct method and pure medicine insure fciiEUi
tnd rcBMANKNr cents of all Private. Chronio ami
Vorvous Dirasos. Affections of the lllood, Mkln
Kidney", Jlladder, JCmptlone, Ulcer, OH
ores, Swelling nf tbe tilande, Sore MoutK
Throat, Hone JPalns, permanently cored an
eradicated from the sybtem lor life. I i
II C Dlf f) II C Dcbltltytlntpo'teneUfSemtn
fiklll UUd Losses, Sexual Decay, MLenta
tnd Physical Weakness, Failing ileniory
irrnlz ' JJws. StmUffl Detfelontnent. Jimnrdi,
- ; - r ; r t A
:ausc, speed Hi, safely and privately Cured
5-Youoc, Middle-Aared and Old men, and al
ho need medical klll and experience, consul "
Or. Bate at once. His opinion poets notblnr. and mi;
tave future mitery and shame. When inconrenietr
x risit t be city for treatment, medicines ean be sen'
verywhere by roail or express free from been
ration. 97u is self-evident that apbysiciaa wb
rives hi wliole attention to a class of diseases at
tains creut skill, and physicians tbrouchont tfa
;ountry, knowiim tliin, frequently recommend difllcul
rases to the Oldest Specialist, by whom ever
known good remedy is used. mUrDr. Bate i
prcme imnortunce, Those who call see ml
one bu t the Doctor. Consultations free and aeredl j
Airo aim r.xorrirnce roaKe n oninion oi,m
confidential. Coses which have failed in obtainim
relief elsewhere, especially solicited. Female Di
eaSes treated. Call or write. Hours, from f fl 4
8 to N't KundaVM. 1 to 1. OUIDB TO llSAt.TJ
SENT Frer. Adlres as above.
nov 27.1yeod&w tj th m
Furniture. 1 ')
20 O CUAMCES ANDPARIAJU 90IU
om 25 to fl.'O. New styles and nrst-cusf
mhIs at -( - J j j f j'
FINE BOOK CASES, SIDEBOARHS, I
S EC RET A BI E9, W A RDRO BES, ,
LIBRARY .TABLES, Xci
Cottsgc Iril3tcads, Mattrses; Chairs,! Ta
bles, Ac, Ac,' at big bargains. Call and see
me before vou ;y b.: A. bAIITH,
preemption . of &Jiif '
hvwt rrrtA sold suoceasal
. . 1 jt. . i..,i.i1 B.n miitu j
tajMi tuyv free. prug-uuundu
fc Address DR. WARD 6 CO. U4iaaf,fU.K
;'. '-' V y '
T HAVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE Agent
for tl TANNER A DELA.NEY ENGINE
CO'S ENGINES AND BOILERS from 4. to 1
borae power; ,abo Tramway or NarT' ' j
Locoraotfves. ,: - ; .i I
- Engines a LtpteI to Farm nee a specialty.
On hand and for sale very low, FIVE
SECOND HAND PORTABLE j ENGINES,
from'3 to 15 horse power. - ' 1
aog Um i VWi SKINNER.