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J. W. McEEZlE, Eclr and Prosr
ASHIKGTOIf LETTS' j I
tore-.Hi denser. Uuy "tMi.iteli
Aepfw3nt tath a Tariff BilL
e nm u-lmenU to th tariff bill.
art? Lli results of a iwrnprouiise
Southern Cotton Mills-:
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Atlanta Joijnwl., -" . , .1 i
It is a hnion-trabla fact j that 'the
jouth has stood the "hard . tlnies" bet-
iter than any other sectionfofj the conn-
One of the evidences of thisifact is
' liuusi'uirnojir ratjx
nn vir ill ail -ailCf 1.00
Three Jun1 hs , . .
9 0 mm r
Bat-jna a s-!Uhs mall at Salisbury. N. C.
THURSDAY, 'May 17. im.
The Senate lt Fridi.v confirmed
tlie nomination of Himi, F. M.Siuinioiis
o be lolleetor of ; internal revenue "In
the fomth delict of North Carolina,
made pnU&ihrre wi aonif ftrei
Iv vigorous prol est from democratic
Senator mid E 'i'resrnt.itive and for
i a tiwfi it looked us ;tbouh ! ! L'"tt'
cioi!mHde in tljo auiendment
Opt. B'ck" Kitchin. of Halifax
county, have gone over to the howling
renter, Bnekv always was an extre
mist, ajadlhe and "Mary-Ann" will
litftke ii uo?d JM if?
Aj ilisfwtch from Mat on llougf
;iy til L4,ilature in caucus has nn
tfiiiinniwly bjominate Ih ti. D. -C-ffjy
IL S. Svnuttr , to fiill the nnefured
tenn of Senator Gil ison, and lltit. N.
C, lilaiuhstid for the unexpired ternvijf
Senator Wliife, They will bejlected
ly the Iiegifclntuie nexi Tuesday,
Gov. Carr hWapftfiinted the follow
ing delegates to the Southern Interstate
Jnfmiuratiitfi (invention at Augustac
Ga., Kay 30: At lr? Dr. Gharles B.
Taylor, of ! Wake Forest; Prof. J. A.
Holme, of Chapel iiiU, J Charles
McNatnee, of lijlttnure; from the nine
congreioual districts; Tlioni -s H.
Ulount, J. II. tfunn, .Toej'i P. More
head, F. H.- S itli, 15. F. Hoger?, Cle
ment Manly and J no, K. iloyt.
Of one thiif, howevor, we may all
rest assure J; G;v, Tillman his
vet abandoned his
dispensary law. He is a m m of many
resources and when there is-a change
in the personnel of the S ipreme Court,
thVre will be this summer,' he will
in allege to have it given another tria'j
and when his Legislature meets this
fall lie will luveit aiiieTidt-d and made
m re odieus tlnm
doesu' " ;
WASHINGTON LET J KB-
nniiifl il HinendmeJit to tne H it.on ailj l,MVie atjieHj tt Hi .
tariff bill, and the can-e wnwu ieu u rHifl the siipiwrt ot tlie "conserviuire
to tlieir doi)ti.n by the .ubc'Wftiitlef.IUiic.,uteuU for the iwanivt hive
H, ;t.Uv ivhi -ct titheni as a whole. ! i li ouMic. TU re Hie a hmi!
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-WiWhen tin iwwidiuents were W 400 ot fclaPan
h dwfsvor, iiecaii they otitieetMun mills uv the soutn and
...111... & 1. " 1 ' I -I .1 ' . - m.
fhfe Bdtiaire Sun pves s0e of I f"tton by" the uort hero mills i have us-d
Hi iuirnt cbaiioe as follows:, ' w"re cotton man ever Del ore. j, ,
"Ua es 011 woolen ami cottoff KiMls iu Tfr enun:g apni s, laud,
niklit prove to W bfitimothi-r case ot un(1 t,1(.r Iietwirift.4 ofjlife are advan- "0ifrn imils required, 1, 27,4
in,m,tr oot of the Irving pan inr i fni:il 5 to 15 iH-rernt. Sitfeific w'e ,Mle 01 C00'1- "r t,,u ertri! edu
ti ti hiv. Lot lotiav ine itiui , ,.r. ihshiIwiI iti tme rrutecliouit s
detidedly better, and the impression
genual, egi?rdie of pt hfics; that the
jr.po.ed ainendineutg will all Je adopt
ed and the bill pissed by democratic
voteM, fiven Senator; Hill ii expected
o v.te fnr thebill, Mili.Miglr it i.-i an
leTsfitod that he hs jibot niadtf tip bis
n'Jid to first test the sense of the Sen
ate regarding the income tax by mov
ing that! the bill be recommitted to
.he Finance cominjtjee with -instrpc-iions
o report it. without the income
tax. . 'il declined positively but politje
y to hi, kiiiiiy ,idiuoipil stateineut
oncenviiig his iuit'uthnis, inie the
amendments were mkde OlibFc. Tliere
are few democrats however, who be
feve that his vote will, be cast against
the bill wheri it is ynt upon its passage.
Presilent Cievelain), all the meiu
iersof the cabinet in the-city, mot bf
the Justices of the Supreme Conrt, aud
a-large nnniter of prominent olScials,
un'rabersof Congfess and citizens of
Washington went to Fredericksburg,
Va.. yesfeiday to sea and- take part in
he ceremonies atteudaut upon the un
veiling of the monument to (: Mary
Washington in tlr.it fcitv; I Today those
who had not before been familiar with
it are loud in their praise of "old Vir
ginia hospitality, kuwi) and. appre
ciated throughout the civilized world as
uusurpiissed and unstirp issable.
Secretary HokeSiiiith m ule no mis
take when he determined, alxmt a year
ago, that the contract for printing the
before. See u Y Patent office Gazette; should be open to
competitive bidding every year. List
year the saving tyas comparatively
small about $10,000 and the scandal
involving the name of Hon. Josiah
Q tincv with thesuecHSsful bddei-s, the
National Lithographing? Co., f)llowed;
but-this year's bidding enables the Sec
retary to have the Work done by the
same old concern tliit did it for ve rs
and at a price near!' S0O,fKX) below
what was paid for iC for the fiscal year !
eudiug June 30, 1803. f ; . ,
Coxnyism is tottering on its last legs
in Wiis'dingtoYj. ' Coxey, lirowne and
Jones counted upoii being acquitted
when they were tried for violating the
laws for the protection of theCipitol
building aud grounds nd they have
not yet recovered Iro m th shock of be
ing convicted. They have anolied for
a new trial, but there isn't the slightest
probability ."that they will get it. They
nfay be Hned or imririsofied, or both, in
the discretion of the Julge.Tbe com
missary department at theCoxeyite
camp has begun to get low ahdthe
juen are now only given two mais a
day, aud deserthms are ; getting 'quite
freq tent. The health officer of the
District of Columbia is also after them
with a sharp stick, havidg reported
their camp to be la menace to the health
of the entire city, aud 'given them a
peremnrory notice tQ nut il m a hejilthy
VJ April 7, 1894;these mills reqiiired on
to hide excessive duties and conceal J 1,259,23 bales, a falling ofE of 205,
tricks ou the consumer. ba,es
MImDortaut changes are made itt ?u- Many mills in the north have been
ear and pig-iron. Under the McKin- shut down while others have been run
lev law raw snaar free -andr refiuedfoiily to snpply immediate ! demands.
'sugar pays a duty of one-half; cent a Most of them hive reduced the wages
pound. The House bill male all su- 01 ..uer operatives, '
is'ir rs.or .w1 rpfinwl. fiW. The bill im The sout hern mills have mide a far
reimrUid to the Senate from the finaiioe better.showinjf.-jP or the yar j ending
committee put a duty of 1 ceut a pound April 27, 1892, they consumed 509,879
on raw suff:tr and on . refined stiirar a Diues or couon; ror me year enaiug
iruly;btlT4p &Ktn or 35.70 April s;i3VJ; DU4,4oi, ana jtor the
'per catieftmeoUiutiit of the "'com year eliding April 27, 1891V they ;;re-iromisei-s
make the duty after Janu- quired 582,959 bales, . x ij
Tt is Tonrduty to yourself to get riile
of th foul Hccummulatian? tn your
blood this spring, i Hood's Sarsapar
illa k just tl medicine you need .to
unfy, vitalize and anfich your blood.
That tired feeling which affects near
ly every one in th spring is driven off
y Hood's Sarsararrilla, the great med
icine and blood pu-i6er.
roods PilU become" thtwfefavorite
cathartic witheveryone who tires them.
The Sampson Democrat sayak Ihe
truckers' of its section are getting good
prices for their strawterries this season
and that the-higher prices will perhaps
atone for the short crop. y :
As the strength of a building de
pends upon the solidity of its f ounda
lion, so health depends upon the con
dition of the blood To pel impuri
ties and cause the vital fluid to become
vigorous and life-giving, Ayer s Sarsa
parilla.is the most powerful and effec
live medicine in use.
The Statesville L mdmark sas that
Dr. W. J. Mai tin, Jr., -formerly of
how assistant pro
IT IS THK CHEAPKST
,E AND SHEEP,-
' Cotton Seed 3feal la a highly, concentrated fW,l
.vhicli has more feeding valuo than throo pounds of .
and it will bo found more economical to use than any
rious grain feeds. 1 . ... . ' ' ,
COTTON SEED HULLS take the rlano of hL
v i - ! ' " or fin,. .
kind of long or rough feed, and has been proven ivv.i 1 W
the practical tegt$ of (housands of foedors, to be; worth" U'lS
(pound for pound) as any of the ferage feeds in general
as the cost oi iiuiao is less tnan nay, ancr can bo- fc 1 !
r News-Olerver-Chronicle; The Chief
Jnstic? and Justices Averv ainl Bur
weJl, wh'ose opinion was asked by the
Governor as to whether certain of the
Judges appointed to vacancies held for
the term oYoiily til! successors should
b' elected at the ap roacliing election,
haye given an t pinion that fhey do not
.hold fi'r the term and that suceet'sors
are to be elected at the approaching
election, i. Hi: reaching this conclusion
tiey say that they are governed largely
fcry the COIiruct ion which the' legisla
ture has put on the Constitution. This
piuion se-tles the matter, and the
pe tple will fiouuit ita and will elect in
Charlotte Observer ; The calling of
the central: cojn4iittee of the S'ate
Democratic executive conmiitlee to
meet at Ualngh ou the 10th, to fix a
dale '-for. I I'm in-fing of the full com
tnitlee to name dav for the State con
ventionugg'ts that public seutimcut,
iii so f ir as it made itself knowu
ern to favor a rather late convention
and a short campaign. This will prob
ably be as well as otherwise. Another
dicnsiun elicited ry this tirst political
; niovenii nt of the vear, h ts reference to
i the chairmanship f the State com-
tnittee this year. Who the new chair
lunirc nip frar, y it iiu uie new Cliair-p . "
nan will' lie nobody s-ems to ha?i? 4 condition or get pur. Tprce has been
yery clear idea, but we assume that Mr.
Simmons, "beingHn the publie service,
will ixi ire from ilie chiimauslrip and
in succeeded by sune geut'euiau who
is not. ! I
Th Truth of the MaUer.
Cbartotie observer. ; ,
The Uichmond Dispatch says "there
is not much capital to be inde out of
the Chicago plat form" by either the
friends or the enemies of free coinage.
The members all agreed to shut their
eyes (tiail hike whatever silver policy
Mr. Cleveland might turn out to he in
clivor of, vlie,has not: changtd He; has been kept ; fair too' large by Mr.
has not intentioanliv deceived an vImnIv''
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added to this recommendation by infor
mation stating tjiat'twj) deserters from
Cxey's army were, down wih small
pox at Philadelphia. Coxey is trying
to curry favor by declarijig that he has
no connection with" the various todies
of men headed ;fr Washington:' and
styling themselves Coxyites. Tlie
House committee on Labor gave him
ten minutes to make an ass of himself,
and he did it in half that time.
Public Printer Benedict look charge
uf the Government Printing Office this
week, and he is already Up to his neck
in t ue.wprk. 6f reducing he force which
m " ''...rt iii'' t h
arv 1. 1895. on raw sugars 40 per cent. iIUS ,10W that rere nas:!Deen a
und one-eight of a certti ier pound in steady grotb- of cotton manufacturing
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.,.i,i;t;,. u.nr fr.ni i nrimifri I hull in me sounv i nis progressMnas not
payifa boauty to itsugar producers wi been stbpied by the fiuancia
to oav a lurther duly of one-tenth of cy or the dullness of trade.
a cent a pound. We imported in 1S93 cotton mills were shutting down jn the
of cane sugar 3,292 49(5,348, pounds, worth new mills were being erected in
..,i f wi aiicr .r nn in Mff whip.li the south. , A 2J.000 spindle mill has
bounty is paid, 430287,435 pounds. A been competed within the last year at
decided advautagels given to reGners West Point, Ga., at a cose of 700,000
bv the duties now proposed. Iron is another just like it is to be erected
less thin the McKinley bill and pays a by theame company at the same
duty of $0.72 a tou. The House bill put P'ac?.
the dut y down to20 percent. The Semi- Atlanta wilt soon have a ,OOUspm-
te bill put it np to 221 per cent., and He mill-and work U now progressing
the "compromise" advances it to 4 a on a mill at Spartanburg, S4C, which
tort, which is from 35 to 50 per cent, will cost $1,000,000.
Oii ulass, limN sulphur, coal tar colors. A mill with 1U,4W spmdlfs was com
borax and a variety bf drugs the dutv 1 pletcd'U GaffueysfS. CM just as the
is advanced. The duties of the House ra,ic began. It has run night and
bill ire restored iirtnanv cases where da7 tor a year past and has not only
they were higher than ill the Senate its entire product but has orders
hill." ahead np-to next .November,
The Boston Journal says' that th
A Fouls Standing in Court. goods from this null sell at a primum
Buffalo, n. y. Dispatch, over New litigiaud made goods, as the
To Surrogate Stern these questions com mission men claim that they are
have been presented for his official de- J better made Irom better stocic.
cision : Is the soul immortal ? Do masses The mills we have mentioned sire on
celebrated by the Roman CalhoKc. Iy a few of those that have beein built
Church benefit the dead ? in the south in the list eighteen
This has come about throiiirh the months.- i It is a remarkable f act t hat
contest over the will of Mrs. Catherine during the financial stringency th
Backus, who died in January last. Her erection of cotton mills has gone right
est;.te of 81.000 in cash was beoueuthed ahead ic, the south. The L misville
to rsicholiis Bosh mau hs trustee, to be Oourier-Journal says:
expended for masses "for the benefit oft The bu'th has managed o extract
my poor soul aud t hat of my deceased more than one good result from the uh
husband." pie tsant nuancial experience j of th
Mrs. Backus' seven children decided pst yeaf, but none has been s agree-
to contest the will, and the case was bldhau the plain dem nistrajioii of its
argued yesterday. The will is contest-1 ability is manufacture cotton fabrics
ed on two grounds: Tlwt the trus- profitably at prices t hat embarrass com
tee was invested wiih too much discre - petitors who are not so advantageous
tionary power, and that in drawing the My situat4. The south h is sutt'ered
will the testator violated the principles some loss by the decline in the pi ice o I
of a trust. It is maintained that trusts cotton, although the decline j has not
ire created under a will for the benefit been proportionately so great jas tlint of
of some living person, and cannot be the staple pr.idocts of other ; sect 01 s
created for a soul, which can have n and, as compared with last year, has
standing in court. beeti partly offset by the increased
Mr. . B.iley, tlie attorney, assei-ts crop. Tint so far as its textile inJiu
luaii 1 ue sjii-Lis hi oesi an in tangible ires are comer neu me rccoru 01 in
11 """W At ..I -it ill i
;egaiee, ana mat tnere is no competeiil past vear in tlie soutn lias oetn agree-
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evidence before the coftrl that Mrs. able, and eiuouragiiig
Backus or her husband is posseSseuVof
a soul, for which a trust might be held.
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uc iiiu mattes uie noiut mat 11 ilie
soul is immortal, iris doubtful wheth-
fessor of chemistry j in theUuiversity
of Virginia, and Miss Eloise Coit; for
merly of Statesville, are to Ije married
at the residence of the bride in Wash-
ngton City in June. The ceremony
will be performed by Rev. Dr. Wol,
pastor of the Presbyterian church oi
Statesville, an uncle of the groom.
THE BUMPS ON YOUlt FACE
Are caused by impure blood, aud
will never be well unless you cleanse
t and build it np in richness and puri
y. Bota'iic Blood Balm, the rea
blood purifier and tonic, is h.at you
need. One bottle will clear your com
plexion and purify your blood. Try it.
Price 1.00 per bottle, ror sale by
druggists. ; ,
ud feed in connection with Cxjiton Seed Meal tin lnj
lm Witmlied when i costs and benefits aremnib,i .1
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Write for prices and other information desired.
Correspondence solicited by
, North; Caplma i OottoiOil Q
T. J. DAVIS, Manager, ; J HAlLOTlT '
decide t0 kuiS??r
paruta do not be ihi1n.i :s:
sultitnte article. I LUw' !?
hope to be well 2
If yoo are troubled with
BOILS, ULCERS or!
..'.. a r ', a . r a ts.
sf;AM hiAruf nan. m. t nrnrif 01 a oa 7
thoroughly cleanse the system, remove all 1.
parities and build you up. AU manner oi
usnes aie . .
if by its use. It Is the best blood remedy, on earth.
( TKrut. . tiHa whnmvn nMl it 1 So.
u, blood, was badlv Donoaca i e, wmtn Eu.
out 01 oioer onricea sua
appetite, no enjoyment of lite. 1 wo iwn
5 whole avMcai
jof wifferiog ni
brought me right out. There b no
-Sofar from halting or turning back
in theevpjiient of textile industry,
tVe south-hits extended itstff rts into
er it can derive anv benefit from masses ""w fiU - U has within the pasTyear
celebrated ou earth.
Where the Workiagmen Stand.
ilisprayed the assertion so often and so
confidently made by nori hern spinners
and in tlie columns of New ! England
trade pajers that it can make only the
The Old Friend
And tlio 1et friend, that never
fails you, U Simmons Liver Regu
lator", the Hod Z) that's vhnfc
yoii liiir Li th ruention cfLthi.-?
e:co.,-at Livor meJicino, v.vA
;') slioiibl r.ot be. persuaded
tl.iit anything elne uo. '
It i.-? tlie King of Liver Medi
Vin; is U tter than il1s, cjA
the j.M-e of tiiiiiiiti ami
hioinel. It a?i.-5 duvctlyr.n the
live, Ki'Lu'VS nh'Li,)mv'''s ni-(i
vcfvucw life to th"1 a hole hvs-
Th.is is tl metliciiio y-u
S l t-bv all I)riiL'Lrits in
h or in Powder to be taken
ap in r"'Oii winpier.
And there is a good deal. 'of truth in
that. Th fact is thai, at tlie time of
the Chicago convftution, and even dur
ing the campaign that succeeded it,
ailver was not the burning question
that it has fitiCe Income, the tariff fill
ing the public mind. It is entirely
true that there was a sort of tacit un
deMaitdiiig in the Dfmocratic parly
ihaWt would kllke whatever silver pel
icy Mr: pleveland might turn out to be
in favor jof.aml it is equally-true that
he hs iid changed." Some of uh
may have hopV-d that he would, but Ire
made no! promithat he would, ami
Representatives to put an a few demo
crats.; Mr. Benedict says r "The con
ditiou of the force is without precedent.
At a greatm iss meeting of the Dm- coarer grades of cloth and wilb never
ocrais in ine thira uino Uit.gress dis- iorpg H competitor of the New Eng
" 'v-M -aiitu "'iicnii in t eitiiirjtie ineti
victory actiieved in the election of t he
Democratic candidate, on of the reo-
laud nulls in the making of filter goods.
It is very clear that the soujhiposses-
lutious unauimousjy adopted reads as SPS great advantages over tliej east in
the manufacture of cotton and! it is
equally clear that the south lis I going
into the manufacture of the finer cot-'
fou fabrics aud going to win j
"Third; We hav won this glorious
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viKiviji m sjme in great oustacies. by
standing upon the piiuciples of our
party and indorsing the Wilson I ill
While we acknowledge thtv right of the
senate to amend aud its ability to im
prove it, we earnestly hope that its main
teatu res wnl lie preserved. . Above all,
we demand th;it m onrrisoVm Ku
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AiHiiBr, uetause ue. uiu not care to dis
charge any of the republicans and was
2 T ' "1 J 9 , 1 r?'de to "'e1tfi'sta' hfe 7-prcntH. L)rridm of the House of lUepresenlH-
Itwririaliluf ii'uo l nf An n fn J I livoe ywani nf lli klJ T . I I : . i I
Cockran's Contribation to "Patriatism "
WasuiDgton sei ciaU 5ta. ;
Bourke Cot krsin walked through the
fhere are 3,59-t person on the rolls,, ia question was the fact that
and whea l stepped out before I left tory of the Democracy was w
ue cannot accommodate so
nuny; there is! no' place for them to
work. Employes are now working only
frbm one-half to one-third time; daily
furloughs Wing a regular thing. This
foree has got to be; red uctof down to a
work-in bast?, nd I shall do it as soon
as possible." - The republicans in the
I hose of !who "whooiied em up" for
itim anrviiirfirl lilm ....a .,',... J I 1 .
with ou. ryes open and ith his Cmp-' iUte ale lookup for their discharge,
er Unioir ifctter in our miuds, Hre est a id I f iobite no confidence in saying
top, e,l from the complaint that he ha i ud the raoat of them; wil, w wbut
decened n or .gone batd on u. We 1 I La'
lliay uot approve him but. we cannot, . ey are looking for, f They certainly
" SpiKt cflrcieiuercli!uge linn with have no right lb complain. It is
had taitn. itisour itiisfortmie if we .". " x r fcn A .
tlVPfi seWnrtl ilf iha niinifrwl W.. 1-1
- u .no ni'ivii. lie Call Ufb. i i '
ter submit to defeat than oppressors uV t,Ve Jresterda waS e green cer-
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unique uu IU5 itneuuuiice upon
II use for the month of April.
"That represents my wontriLution
t pid riot ism said ! tie el
quent New Yorker.
"How so?" he was asked
"I was absent two days, deliver
ing an address on "Patriot ism"
at Chicago, Pay for those two days
will be dedutated from my month's al
lowance, for, whatever my have been
the experience of the audience,; illness
tn the part of myself or abydiiieraber
of my family cauuot be alleged.
Une uotable feature or the election
won bv the
votes of workiugmen. There are thrpe
flourishing towns in this district, in
which the bulk of the voters are the
employees of manufacturing establish
ments. These workingmcn gave the
Democrats their majority. They h ;ve
not changed their minds since 1892
Their present opinion is fairly ejpre&s
ed in the resolution above quoted.
President Cleveland. Cancer.
It has Wen rumred that he hu it
If he would take a course of Botanic
ttlood Balm, the beat blood purifier and
bijildiug-up remedy in tlie world, he
would soon be well. It will not dis
appoint. Price IJ.OO per Urge bottte.
11. . X? rt . . : . . . I 11 OP ui ii in Jriij...,-.i . IT I a .
Jtnvi.:..iiWtP.I .f l.i... m...-il.,. ' man mieea . monuia since the demo- use n. ror m
PVfr proini eit to jierf dnn.
,. , . A . ? is . . j olnoj! and skiii uiu4$e$. rh iiin.ttism
cratic a!ni nistration came mto power. 'i...i.-rk um.aim,
Ayer's Pilfsare recommenced by !e id
ing physicians and druggist, as the
rhst prompt and efficient remedy for
billiousness nausea, costiveueas; of the
liver, jaundice, and sick heada-he;,.Hls6
to relieve colds, fever?!, neuralgia, and
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1 1 . All 1
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an teed or no charge.
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... SALISBURY, N. C. 4
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tcinento b tzktn luteroalijr. Wbea
AS A PREVENTIVE
bv either aax it la trapoemblata contract
any venereal disease ; bat in tb caea ot
t&cn already UnFoeTaBiim ArrucriB
wnh Ganorrh and Ciect, mguaraa.
lee a euro. Price by mail, postage paiw,
$1 pei lwx.scU bases ter fi
nmedv for hi
reatise On blood and skim diseases mailed free..
SWIFT SfEClrlU WJn AXiania.ua.
'MY 'STOCK "of GOODS
TO THE CORNER r'
Lam bitter prepired to sell you' JGfro-
ceries cheaper t lisin ever. 1 reeeivc;ncv
goods daily snd buy alt kinds of eountry
nloc!ttC.,: also ajreut ,fr tU eelelirated
galvauied hackk-hawl hok; will .not
rust' ticra ec or exposure to weatlier
bPE JIAL I have 200 pairs of shoes
and s me ladies dress g-uxls mi, hnnd
and will soil at and belnw e st. Vis 2
all persons indented to are by account,!
no'e or mortirage tor last year will call
and settle and save cost. 1
The Southern states,
It is a beautiAilljiUtrtt ,
magazine devoted Ito the Kmnk t
as it costs only ll.oO4.er vear or U J
for a single copy. ; ' s1
.v'6 W,a"t an AHn. Every
City and Towu. yfite for anX3
ies and particulars io Uve
Manufactrers'I KTcrEi Trui.
uaMnsr iHunht the jE k. PimiNimuJ
iwnl.-s, I Avtu .ou'l ue to luruirtonul
r.uu.. 8,ii, iiM torn ;M:U Hf1. VW
Edwiir Cuthrell Salisbury, N. C.
SITAl TO RIAHH00O.
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DK.E. C. WEST'S NEBVE AND BBAIX TEEAT
MENT, a paclflo tor Hysteria, Diztineas, Fits, Nu
rargla, Headache, Nerrous Prootration caused by
'icohol or tobncoo. Wakefulness, Mental Deprcsjiori,
Sof teninir of Brain, oaneins insanitr, misery, decay,
death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness, Log of
Power in either eex, Impotency, Leuoorrhoca and all
Female Weaknesses, Inroluutary Losses, Hpermn
torrhaBa caufed by over-exrtion of brain,' BeU
abiwe, orer-Indolfrence. A month's treatment, Jl,
8 for $5, by mall. With each ordotlor 6 boxes, with
$5 will send written guarantee to refnud if not cured.
Ouartmtcee issued by fut. WEST'S UVEK FII.L3
cures Sick Healacher Bllious-nf8, Liver Coin l hunt.
3onr8tomsch, Dynpepfiaand ConetipaUoo,
QUACASTEEa issued My by
Edwiu Cut lull Si.libiiiy, N. C
LADlES DO XOU KNOW
DR. FELIX LE 5aUN'3
6TEEL BHD FEJlKYRflTRl P1L18
are the original and only FKEJjCH. safe and ra
table cure on the market. Price $1.00; eeat by
SaiL Gocai&esol'i onJr by
Edwin'Cuthrell Salisbury, N. C.
Subscribe to the Watch m A.x.iho v
Only $1.00 a ye.ir.
E's stand for Ease and eance and
these are the E's you find in our new
We are also offering some big bar
gains iu cheap !
tilts week. Calcutta Cloths and Ton
quin Cloth- joldiers price 8"J to 10c
our price 8c for choice JTeazle Cloths,
Percales, Lawns, White goods and
Sheetings, all going at a bargain.,
. 'r-Tir.il i
When Br.bywas ulcfe, we pav Vrfwiora,
i"UerU4lie waa a Hiild,'sho irkJIdrCi
ViTiea she bi-came Mui, che t-luns l ("aitarii
When she had Ctdldrun, she aKlliu CjAH
Sold ontrtsht. no rent, aa roiltr. lam
to City. Villas or foontrr. KeelaeM
borae, ahop, more aeii ofbem. 6neteaM
ianca and lt eeller on Mirth. : I
Ajreata make frwaa lataSMan1
One ia a midenra mean, a !,
neiithborK. Kin iBimnti, aateji,
aniwhara, anr dirtanr. Completa. im
u whan ahirid. Can he pal a$ biwa
nererontof order, ao ratwriaa. I4
tim. Warrantd. A money '. tal
.... a mt v WW. m wwf
U. L, Spsnc ,
ATTOilN Kt - AT-L..W, !
TROY. a - NC
. Offers his v profesjoaal enieri H
the ptople f Moi.tmrri Md
joininp coun ties'. AJIrt3 . i
troy, 8. V. f
DR. R0BTJ I IfAMSi'
- Surgeon JJfntiJ)
Salisbury t. f
J-Office hours 9 .' di. to rj f-
r r j.
SOUND, STRONG & RKLlAUtn
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Fire Rents Life and Accfe
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Pratt W. Nmlth. Prin. Commeretal Ooltese
of Ky. University, lexingion, Ky km awarded
MEDAL AND DIPLOMA
BY THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EIPOSITJCN,
For Myatem ofBaok'tceealiir JtnA Oemera
BstalaeM Fxlue-atten. a?te. Coat tor complef
Busineas Coarse abeat fSO. Inclnding tuitlnn,aoolr
and board. FhonoR rpny. Type Writing anu
Telegraphy tHinbt. For circulars, adrtretut.
IT. B. MM ITU, President, VexlngUtm, Ky
fl Oflers his profe noual rj
cnizens oi canst"11 i (. nnu
Community. He cau -Tt
nice up Ht,nir! uc. r-
Subscribe to tbe'tcB
get the newg. Only
W. L. Nicholson.
w ebbVnigholson & M
Salisbury Marble Works.
LARGE VARIETY OF MARPLE ON HAND TO SELECT
' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 1