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The grat nrid righteous u"tnmi
orim iiilt-mainiining th right of fre-
speech nd an unlnimnieM PrtW"
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has. it appear, W1 awur
of by many: who, in tWrowii wie
c..umt, hare proved a) hjuraTicti
the party'. fulfilling! inutoj of its most
ben.ficial desires; and, itttl ,ime of
its assumed represetitatN luders In
come wise enough to mkf concessions
and submissions to the fiw nnd opin
ions of the mjority of their fellow
partisans, the partjf mWt forever
nujrirlrtH haiidicfplMj This is an
unfortunate Condition J nd men f
ordinary intelligence' must ee that the
good the party has declared its purpose
to accoiopiwu ror ijie vu""v
now that it hw th4 joppdrtuity, cn
nerer be done until all in authority
unite in mutual efEorU iA to the unity
of the party, here we have, from Sit-
urday Uharlotte upserjrer, u numiiia-
tijig proof of political folly
-The platform adopted Jjy, the Mis
souri State Democratic ionyention w
regarded rebuked to thejadministratiou
in that it was thanked for nothing ex
cept for its position H ne repeal
of the Federal elections jafi Ou the
other hand, I he triumph of j Mr. 0 tes
in Alabama and the re-nomination of
Congressman Snodgrass, bf JTennsee.
both in the face of tremendoiw oppo
sition, are market! down as adutiuisini-
tion victories. Bnl what shall we say
f the stateof the Juirty j when it hs
come to this that the result of every
convention is to be classified a an ad
ministration or anlanti-ad ministration
victory ?" , h"fi 1"
J, W. McKENZlE, Ed r and.FroDr'
Oae v:ir in uK'anu'e.. .......... 1 00
Fix months. - . . . - -
KitWl extmUil. iaiM at SaJIsbury, N. C.
Jor Sound Money.
M u liofielhat tlie following qo
eJ from tlie Atlanta Jourual of t lie
yi ii infant, true, and that the Dem-ocr;M-y
of the South is not Windly mis
led by certain ranting crack and dem-
'Tlie''Jral eiria ronotie whuli
i-Hiv recently 'indort'l Preilent Cleve
iaudV inteni4atuMi of the C.iicago
platform have by thvir :uition .if)ened
tiie eyes of iWe ho believe that im
linaiK-ial here"u of a few sorehead
fipapers and politicians represent
the Naiiiet of: the jjeoplu of thi
Hiittf. The jeople of Georgia lire
ihiu fWrw&C hy luiiiow1e.' ThejT
ux. iiitellieiit' ad onserrH're in
thir vy ou jr t public qnfiuiii.
The free iver cranka aonmg u i(eak
oulv frliuselves, not. for tlw iuMli
leoce if G-rgia. We observe 'that,
rattle-brain l-;Klers f this dfm ire W
iiig.rHpudiiled in otlr Koutheru JUt
ms .well a in Georgia,
-The &-ehm Xew a.v tbal
tbere has a "resit din f erein
ing ami tbuuderiug vH.iferation lu?re
nail tlvere m live iuth for the silver
phaiitaMns of the 1 lands, the lie iguns,
Mir Morgans, tlu Pughs and tle Till
mans," but. ii vaJU atteotiini to the fuel
-. that eale mad!yiMtoKicatd witli an
idea or a stimulant cau always umke
ten t'tues mure nise than- eople who
jtre didy wdr," but the Utter jure for
tunately ii; the ntijority. .
VTlie Florida Citizen protests that
the silver detnagogoes Jo not represent
the people of that Stale, aud tiie Mem?
lhis AppeuUAvaLaiu)ie ;ives assurance
that the Tefltiesstie Denweraey i for
Koimd xuouey ty an overwhelming m:i
jority, ami that ltd e not. toitsi.ler that
nch miiey uh the (ilanil-Ueagan
stripe of politictauti propose would be
The Jaekson, Wi XewssayfcwsKind
moiwey would winH in that tate aud
tiiat the people of Mississippi-are stand
ing by the only Demeratic adminis
tration we have had in thirty years.
: '1 he people are wit li Cleveland, and at
the proper time will prove it very joii
'Hie iNeivtoH CiMinty Progrefss, a
prominent Mississippi weekly, says;
"The people want a sound ad in in is-j
tra' ioir aid nouud money. Som of tm
represents tives seem t- want the eouu
trv flixnled with unsoand nionev and
'lu Ahibama tiie Montgomery Ad
veni.r, t he Mobile b'egister and otlier
leading iiewpaeri are inakiug a tell
ing fijtfat Mgaiiinl the financial heresies
of soae Icmo-ratii- politicians in that
state, Ctlonel )ate84 in his campaign
for governor, has talked honest xrtidr
on the sulj ct aij-i has received decided
expressions of jMpufar apprvaL"
The Galveston News jirotest that
th?. people of the south are not crazy
n'Muit tree ilver and makes thu'goflkl
Hiiit ; . '"
"The trouble is that Ihe so'er ma
jority have not been sufficient ly explicit
ami decided in pronouncing against the
follies of the intoiicated minority and
in rebuking tlte poliiifuus who sought
to profit by humoring and coiitriluting
io the intoxication. For this reason
we have so often haid in politic and
more or ) bs in legislation a riotous
regiment of lunatics and speculating
demagogues, to the grief-and humilia
tion ot a too silent and too patient
People vith riglit views are beginn
ing io realize the necessity of speaking
out on the hnaucial ipiestion. They
,are coinbatiiig false and dangerous
theories wherever tbeyj are proclaimed,
and we hare uu iloubi that the truth
will jtfevail. !
It w estimated that iiie Seate
Amendments will reduce tajprtion
fer cent. The reduction should have
been not less than 50 percent.; but 23
Zj. 3 .1 l ii ..
t uca. ii. is more than any
litpublican Congress could ever be
expected to give tlu people, and when
they eofljeinto ossession of the 25 per
cenL reduction t hey will jike it and uak
for nure. The lpublicaiia. know this,
which acawjiits for Hijeir ejEErts to keep
thew .out f it, Tne iVilson bill is hut
ihe beginning of tiirifl reform a
starter4 -Laa it is adUi,b Vhen the
people get thw QHtcli they r-m be de
pended upon to get the rest,
From our iUUr Corrsondeot. !
Tin public received it? first kuowl-
etlge this week that in addition to nth?
er" more or less disreputable niethoiUof
defeat ing tarifl legislation attempt- hikl
lieen made to bril Seiiatins to vote
against the tar:2 bill, but the demo
cratic managers of the tariff bill have
known for sometime that an attempt
uoi. moaesi oj: nim lo write in. this war
or to say What is" o follow' but betU-r
immodesty than a liability that silence
be misunderstood. Mr. Cald well diegii't
want to lie guiity of the; absurdity bf
running away fibm an honor which
will never be tendered him, but under
the present circuntauces it is due him
self that fee saj 'tjia he wants' no office
whatever 'nd -never. expectsVto want
one. and moreover that he n mindful
of the words of 1 nV Master, how that
He Wiid'Be not'called rabbi 0h1-
holding presents ha sort of attract i ns
to him; journalisft has for him all tlj
attractions in the world. He. wouh
not exchange it for any other occupa
tion for he woVihHijid rioppiriesaf'ii
any others -i.If kdican have the on
deface Or hisifelkiWieitteeiis, the ui-pro
batioii of 'His owTj"oiiscience'and the
regard ' of his newspper brethren he
asks no more. He wpuld rather con
tinne to work wth these latter than
to; move jn any. other sphere. This
may sound stntng but his iuti nates,
know it is trueJ
A Life of Vance. ,
It will doubtless:; la? gratifying to the
people of North Carolina to know that
Mrs. Vance proposes to publish a his
tory of the life of jjher lamented hus
haml Iii'msiking this jannoncement
tiie Raleigh News land Observer appro
priately says: I ; ! i '
We have had other great and noble
men' in North Carolina, but we do not
recall any other whose;life was so full
of interesting incidents as that of Sen
ator Vance, nor one whose career was
so interwoven with the itofy of our
people in historic times. U In these
respects he stands' by long; odds the
most iutesting and historic figure a
mong Carolinians. And in addition,
the purity of his ljfe, his Sptless career,
his unswerving integrity and devotion
to principle mukejhim an exemplar for
our youths to follow, and it! would be
of inestimehle value for the people ,of
the State to hav the story of his life
perpetuated. We are therefore great
Iv pleased to announce that Mn.
Vance has determined to prepare such
a volume, sparing neither labor nor ex
pense to make it worthy! oft the great
Subject. ' j - Ij : ; ..
Thomas YiuVs New Enterprise
The following is a .. communication
from Thomasville to the'ltaleigh News
and Olwerver: j HI
0ur quiet town is on at boom at
last, aud we hope a new future h;s
dawn upon us. j James A. Leadr & Co.,
have completed their cigarette factory
aud commenced the manufacture of
cigarettes, the brand being called the
The Three Graces," aiui are turcin
out 7i ,0011 per day. On the biick of
each package of; cigarettes4 are three
lonely female -faces, which are of
course most attractive, iwhi'e within
the btx is coutaihed as fine a cigarette
as Dukes, Geuters, oriny Other brand
that is made. On the box will also lie
found a splendid likeness of Hon. dast
A, Leach, ivhich; will at once be recog
mzed by hw friends i throughout the
State. Such enterprise bn the nart of
these gentlemen should at once merit
the most abundant success, and w
wish them God speed iii their new, aud
we trust, most profitable business."
"Joe", U a Good One tui. Dwarves '
Sunday V Charlotte .Cftjyer; iliya':
HThrf editiif of this paper profoMli
sensible of the 4rtifUrty of thevmnSi
of h brethren who hare been pntpol-
ing his name in coun-ction with a high
place and saying handsome things j of
him. ' He thanks thein with all hi.
h?arf, and wmild rather deserve Vthe
had been made by a lobbyist named Hf hm than bi have
Buttz, once a cir.el-bag. repuUican ,uc la ine.nauop. it i
tnemlier of the Home from Sout h Cani-
lina, to brilie Senators Huuton, (. Vir-
Ulllia, and Kyle, ,f South Dakota, to
vote tigtiust the bill. HuttZrl dnnd to
reorient a wealthy svnd:caie which
- i ;
was prepared to spend $l,000,tXK) to de
feat the tariff bill. He went to the
house of Senator Hunton and told a
son of that gentleman vtkat his father
could have OOtf'if tie would agree
to vote against the bill. Mr.
Buttz bad the audacity to broach the
sul.jeet to Mr. Kylein jwon. That
gentleman referred htm io his private
secretary, after instructing that func
tionary to have a withes toiheir coii
versatioii, and in tiie presence rf a
w itneasButtz offered iif i Ve 1 r. K vie
814.000 to vote airaiusVr tfcbill. Mrl
Kyle at once placed ifiese fabts in the
hands of the deracTaticihtors and
expressed his desire tlrtA-be be given
justice. It has not yet
b -en decided what, if any, action will
betaken ir the Setiate, but there is
little Aloubt that these -attenHtj will
hasten the passage of ihe tiriff bill.
Secretary Hoke Smith has mlded to
his popularity viith Georgians by the
help he has given the delegation from
Atlanta, here this week to work up
Congressional interest in the Interna
tional Exposition to Ih held at Atlanta
in the fall of 1895. They do not want
government appropriation for the
exposition, but only ask that Congress
recognize it to the extent of authoriz
ing a government exhibit in a building
to be erected by the government. This
recognition is necessary if foreign
governments are to be represented at
the exhibition. Speaker Crisp and the
entire Georgia delegation in Congress
are working like beavers to secure what
is wanted, and the Speaker, before go
ing Home to attend his mother-in-law's
funeral, placed his room at the Capitol
at the disposal of the visitors and it is
being used as their headquarter.
It is now easy to understand why
this government took such strong
grounds in favor of the government of
Brazil and gaiut the insurgents, al
though it was only this week that it
became so. Prom information th t has
leaked out through gossfp iu diplomatic
circles there is little doubt that the
stand taken and maintained by. Presi
dent Cleveland during the Brazilian
contest was the only thing that pre
vented the carrying out of the plot in
stigated and backed by the government
of Great Britian, for the overthrow of
the Braziliau republic and he setting
up of a monarchy that would have been
dominated by Great Britain. President
Cleveland and Secretary G res hi' in were
conversant with the plot from its lie
ginning and were determined to thwart
it. The failure of that plot is believed
to have been at the bottom of the di
latorines of the British government iu
making arrangements to carry out the
Bering Sea arbitration. The Britishers
were mad at Uncle Sam for spoiling
their little grab game.
Representative Hatch, of Missouri,
is uo longer a young man, h iving pass
ed his sixtieth milestone last September
but his courage is just as youiig as. it
ever whs, and when accused by.Iteprer
sentativw Hopkins, of Illinois, of trying
iT Wi is Essential
11 yoa an wmww mu-t
BOILS 1 ULCERS
Miff Maa la hut. A tmm rWtlxl UB.S. S. Wll
JpvttteaadbaildTmap Ailmannwrcl Wcmn
CLEARED AWAY I
fU m. It U tb best blood remedy ,
1 1 I - U A A . A '
wuqus woo nil uca n say . . .
11 btood wubll noiiwitrl laat rcr. wMck f mj
whole Tfot at Uf JwcmciIiwiihiiihiiimi
WmffenwM appetite. Miaymea oW. Jw tMtles,
fnuy vavin. ttevtom. OMo
reatise oa blood and skin diseases mailed Iff)
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., AUaaia.ua.
' News-Observer-Chronicle The at
tempt to bribe Senator Mutton and at
leasl one oerlSen'iitr tcTyote against
th tariff bill only snows how strong is
t jus-: purpose among-the protected in
terests to prevent any change in the
McKinley bill. .
IT IS THK CHEAPEST. AND BEST FEED KjsOWx
CATl'LE AXD SHEEP.
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Cotton Seed Meal is, a highly concentrated feol, ono fvouj
ivhich hasiiore.feSjin?: value tlmnhra? pounds of .nTl, "
and it will bo foaud inoro ecouoiuical:.to,use than. any tf 1
; COQNBEpD HULLS take therplaoe of hay b anv ;
L'inri nf In lYcv nr rnnirli ftd.uinil 1ms: lwnn nnn-on l-1oi .i
(pound for pound) as ally of the forage; feeds in. geiieral
Coxpy's npporters in Ohio wear a
ribbon bearing the legend kkeepoffthe
The North Carolina Lutheran Synod
will meet at Bariiim Springs Iredell
county next session.
W.J. Perry,of Fbrestville, Wake
county 4 was billed by the train at
Wake Forest rfaturdry.
i i , .
E. J. Fuller, convicted at Fayette-
villeof the murder of Parker, han been
granted a new trial by the Supreme
Coney Island is to be reformed and
made a quietjind sober Sund iy rsort ;
but the reformers.. have a tough job ou
The man who makes much money
is this country for the "purpose of
spending it all for himself may lie
good citr73en, if his alloweJ to tell it.
Tuesday afternoon :Iiawson. Hip
yeajr otd Hon or" ft r, Thomas Craig, near
Bemia xyHs kicke, 6a tiie ue k by a
mule and ly.Ued almost intautly.
NeW8-0bser,ver:, ft has Iteen decid
ed by (joy. Carr that the enca.npinent.s
of the Third and Fourth Regiments of
the Stale Guard ije'. held ttui year at
Mofehead .Citjf. aV tjjeji.inie site as last
Ephraim Conilius is, !n pid darkey
living iu.EahVhl. - Heouts many
farmers io this section to blush. Fri
day he brought 10 bales of cotton in of
his own raising, and received for same
from the Merchants' and Farmers
Bank a checc for 328. Tliis he had
clear after all expenses were paid. He
has.stilj some cotton to sell. Meck
lenburg TiajeSi'' ' '
JTfce. Supeporit ,:Jt ,.. .
6? Elooi's Saraipurilla isjalne to th
tfejtiebdoMs amotnVt'of "b'rairi' work and
cbVistaat Care used in its pretKiTHt ion.
fry one bottle andj you will Iw cunviu-
ced of U superiority. It purihes the
blood which, the source, of health, cur
es dyspepsia, overcomes sick head
aches and biliousness. -
Hijod's Pills are purely vegetable,
carefully prepared front the best ingre
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us iuc uvjbl ui ou iaijkj io juasvuaii uc. unu vjuij VL' TfH ,.:.i
and feed in connection with Cotton Seed' Meal lthib bed e M
- Write for prices and other information tlcsircd. ,j
Crrespbiidchce' solicited iy f ' -
North Oaolina Qottoii Oil OoiiipiW
t. j Davis, uwagQ ; ; -. ' sAmx
VITAL TO nAIIHOOD.
rv.nlL .! .. il- ...j'..F... i
A Good Liver
Keep your liver active and you'll hot
suffer with biliousness there's thee
cret. When bilious try a 25-cent pack
age of Simmons LiverReulator . pow
der. Take it on the tongue or make a
tea. ', You'll take no pills.
, - s , ,
Peter Henry, colored,' was killeed while
coupling cars at Whiteville, Columbus
county, last Saturday morniug.
President ClereLand' Cancer.
It has leen rumored that he has it.
If he would take a course of Botanic
Blood Balm, the best blood purifier and
building-up remedy iu the wprld, he
would soon be well. It will not dis
appoint. Price 1.00 per large bttle.
For sale by di ugist-. Us it, for all
blood and skin diseases, rheumatism,
At the town election at Hickory in
winch bar room-or n bar rooms w;is
the question, a dry board of commis
sioners weri electee! with u wet-niavbr.
Uoi. iYiMioti: liallylMirton tells
tne iULorgauiJOJ Herjild that
Jiianey will uet the JEifpubliciiii. iiom-
iaation foj&tujjress jn that ditrict,
The recent victory jp the third Ohio
district was won; square) y on Demo
cratic principles; If tbjre. had been
any dodxing dr 'trimming;, the result
would probably have len Democra
tic defeat instead o a clecijed victory,
tiie effect of which 1ha been felt
throughout the jcountyf fhe honest
Democrats who achieved iis victory
have appealed td the Democrat in the
Senate to stand steadfast fdr the orin-
dples of the party. The S Democracy
can TOfun power anu the 4pntidence of
the country only by;pnwdng that it
represents its professions, that it iua
principles, that it means what it says
in us piattQrm'aud that it elects men
Io office who will redeem !u pledges.
i nere are a lew; social led Ueroocrats in
the Senate whoj are a hiiKjeraiice and'
reproach to the party, but'we hope to
siwn see true Democrats jut in their
places, j ' i i
The Aehoro Courier nominate
Solicitor lien Long for? judge of the
eighth district and the High Point En,
terpnse adds; jJhere U ot' an abler
man iu that district, i He hiakes a good
officer wberereryatt put finnu" And
the WatchmIlk alds that he is
capable ai.d wrjrthv to fill uu) pffice
uis win give nun
to juggle an increase of salary fof a
friend into the Agricultural appropria
tion bill, which is in lViis charge, he
said, shaking his fist significantly at
Hopkins: "If the gentleman - from
Illinois means that word in its ordi
nary English significaiiie-rf; aiifc to
tell him that if he should ;uSe it to tne
outside of this chamber, I would ram
it down his th roat." ' T
Ketrenchment in government expen
ditures has been the watchword of the
democrats who have made the regular
appropriation bills for this Congress,
and the Legislative, Executive and Ju
dicial appropriation bill, completed by
the House committee on appropriations
this week, shows how well they have
tin (Km 1 - n.
n" up w lire Ttiuwora. rnis is
the bill that carries salaries of all offi
cials, and 558 fewer of them are pro
vided for than were in the bill for the
current fiscal year. It also carries
$766,199 less than this year's appro
priation, a very substantial reduction
when everything is taken into co'usid
Distance lends enchantment to the
view." Since Coxey moved bis tramps
wit to Bladensburg, Md., Washington
has lost all interests in them, but a car
iWl of flour and some cash has this
week some to them from Missouri and
Colinrado, allowing that there are peo
ple wlw hare Dot yet seeja them as they
. The murderer, ,0 range Ptge, an I
nine other negro prisoners broke out.
of Wukscdunty jail Wednesday morn
i m Ijetween the iinrs of " $ and 4
o'clock and made good, ibeir escape. It
was a remarkable thing to accomplish
in one iriewi'of tlid caser as it aji gen
erally Corisidej-eiihnt'tlr Wake cou u ty
j iil was oneof tn strongest and mot
. ii.: -l' 51 '-'4 t'-'W i:- -W '
careiuuy guiimeu j.its in ine a late.
The VVasliiugW Post says the only
way the Republicans can defeat the tar
iff bill is to ;ist their own strength 38
votes and oo ii re t life .aid of the; Ihree
Populists; PejeUgn and Kylend
two Democrats; HllL a iid Irby being
the two,peiji(raJthBy might hope
to aid them. But Irby, is not bro-
uounced against the .pilj. while Kyle is
counted among, its Kiipporters. The
Post concludes that the nunietiical
strenght is with the. Democrats, al
though the margin is very slight.
Btatesville' Lindmark: " They are
passing very rapdry from one thing to
another in South Carolina :: these' days.
First the dispensary law and t'heti the
bloodshed precipiiated by -its ehforce
ment; then a Supreme
Court decision declaring it un
constitutional; then a period of free
whiskty and uncerlainity as to wheth
er the State was under absolute' pro
hibition or whether there were ao j re
strictions at all regarding the salej of
liquor. The Supreme Court Tuesday
passed upon this last question and! de
cided that the State is under absolute
prohibitory laws and that license can
not be granted.. And now the country
awaits the next move. There is no
foretelling baa day inny bring frrth.
The Old Friend
And the Lest friend, that never
fails von, is Simmons Liver Regu
lator, (the Red Z) that's what
you hear at the mention of this
excel. at Liver mediciiie, and
people should not' be persuaded
that anything else will tlo.
It is the King of Liver Medi
ies ; is better than ' pills, and
ces the place of Quinine and
Ijulomel.. It acts directlyxih the
Liver, Kidneys, &n Bw'ls aiid
-:- e? n'W life to thi hole sys
... This is Jtl.o medicine )"U
want. Sol-1 by all I)rilgi;r.ts in
Liquid, or in I'owder to be taken
' dry orMnfuhj; into a-teaj:Xv
" , -f.v nn-y pack ao E-ri .
H a tm Z Ktaiun In red on wianpcr,
-y- .1. i. & CO., lliiUJeli.ia, f.
SEND FUR OtJR SPRIXG PRICE
List and Circular and you will
find it to your advantage to liave
yovr soiled: clothes ..dyed or
cleaned ly us. All work guar
anteed or no charge.
COLUMBIA STEAM DYE WORKS,
173 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
J. E. RAMSAY, Agent.
Dm. E. C WE8TH XF.HYE iva rriiv trfat. -
MENT, ptwdfie for Hjrsterta, Dlzrii . FlU, Ktu
nOgla, HMdftcha, Kervoui Prostndipn caMd by
'Jeofcol or tiibnoon, Wakef oltxmi. Mental Deprwtioa,
jiof tenlinr of Brain, vine iu-wuit j, misery, decay,
dMth, frtmatvn Old Ao, Bnmmwn, Lom
Power in tltar w, Im potency, Leuourrbcra and mi
Femol Weknesiie, hiTdtmtanr loeoea, Mprm- ,
torrboe tu4 by orr-exrUon of brain, BW.
btue, OTer-lBdolcnc. iooiith treaUueot, ft
6 forfS, by taalU With each ordr for 6 bvixe, with
5 wlU aead vritten iruanuit to refund If not irurU.
Onaranfeeaifwaed by ajrent. WST8 UVEB PILL8'
eurea Sick Headache, BUioomexa, Urer Complaint,
3oar Stomach, Dyayepaia and Ooostipatloa. .
OUABANTS iaauad oLIy by
EdwinOnf 1 Ml) K.luii-iV. K.C
L A D W, S PO YOU-JCSOW r"
DR. FCUX IX PRtlN'S .
STEEL BHD PEHBYROYHL FILLS
r the originnl and only FUT.XCH, ecfe and ra.
Vnblo cora on the mat kat. t'ricc Jl.UU; sent by
boil. GeaoioeaoM on'rby "
Elwiir Cuthrell Salisbnrv, N. C.
nlv HoikIs. .- j t
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CAN MAKI-; Jiopi
. BY OBTAINING i:iJK-RIB6M:
:;, The. Southern States"
lia a beuuliftitly illiiliril"-niHh
iagazme dxuted to -the Kwb. h J
E STOCK of GOODS
Il is a
Solitti and i)ii'lii in I
i. k.Jij r. ":5J itr
-Everybody Caa Afcrdit
a 4t COSU only $1 .50 per j ear wih wu
We Want hd A-erit in Every Sowbg
C3l and Town. Write for um.lh
ieund particulars lo U 7'
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M A XUFACaUKF.K8
TO THE COltNER
J. B. SHEET J
I am better iiren:ired to sell vniGro-
eeri'S cheaper than evr. I reVriVW feui
litnod tlaily and iuy nM kind f fiitr.
produce; also njjenl far, tlis( cellfaflLMl
irvanizel l:ielik-lm1 Iwik,;. Will Mot
... J . L' i .'k-x-'V.j ia.
1 I mill U r.MHlMIIT i w mi HIT
JSPECIA! I have 200 pair -of. tahVie- i
mid Home litoies ureM uomH on niliul
and will sell a-t und..behw ctml. . AI.Hii1
all persons indepted to me by aocuii.
no!e or in)rtptu;e lor hut year Will call
and settle and iave cost. - ;
N Yours reectfuHyji.
JULIUS EARNHABDT. "
i lirt ln? bought th K jr. pj.h in, MUinew
0iiiiiri-s. i Mm on l ue; i iuir iiihwi
kuo gin, ior coin am win. vidit
Ljf I WELL MADE j
When liaby was Flcfc, wt tpivr h.-r OaMors.
. Whoa b'.ib jraa a Chil.l, Baa .-ril fur CKw ,
1 r . ' . m m -
V.'ben the had ChCUrca, kae'gvu Vm-a Cjtiicik
For 30 Daijs
or till the line of bankrupt and 'Sample
Shoe just received by us, is cloed ouKj
We willl give yon1 K"1-Shoes at
prices never, before .heard, of in
'Very Truly, ' :
Tr aaa ajam aaak
roa xmn in. xv wm
Mat injwtM dirwtlr H taa mm Jt
tkott aiiiwH af taaCmito Criaary .
WMlita Ukaa iaraxaaily. aa
U I by titbwiHhfaapinihlitaawaw
Wl aaj BrwldiMM: kaila Ummm
-jlbwaaliaaay Vmmm iaiav? Amur
Uk fingi Mill ! mmA A1m m -
Ma aura, rneaby mad. rrril
Edarin.ttUtbrell Salisbury, N. C.
Subflcje -the VV'atchman now,
Only 9JAIOiir. " .
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p.ifc ik Miua..k. uttfa
iksr-m. ao.t. fil
at. 4 ch. ttl -mi., v5. n
I Uft r.art4iMkak4MffhM
if. P. BAaUUMX A CK. tlrA - I. laaiaa
: U. : L. Spsnc
T ATTOUXHY-AT-1...W. ;
TKOY, - "NC
Offers hifi profftMonal uerii! "J
the Mottle of Ainniofiicry mo iom
. . . a .
1 jqijunp counties. Aadtrs ,. njf
Troy, si . V.
DE, E0BT. I, KAISA?
SATisiufin Xa G
, p"Uflice hour y,a. ia. tt ' j'-J -
SOUND, STRONG':! REU.W. COMPASS
fire, Rents life ami
Rates Reasonable.. . .
- J. M. PATTON
Fret E. W. ttanltk. Pria. Commercial Collnre
ot Ky. UBlyraUyr Ivrxiiiftoa. Ky.. waa award ad
r.lEDAL AND DIPLOMA
IT TKI VSttirS COtUKSIU EIPOSITIOM.
laaa fMmrwttitm. rirCon to complef t net the lieW8.
and beard. Pbonorraphy, Tya Wrltlnj anu udvnrir
Tlatrraphr tanabt. For rirf ttlara. aiMrmui. UT.iln-c.
OT. . HITBi
Office at C. M. & H. M. Brown's
! DR. W. W. Mr.ENZlE
! Offers bis professional st- view
citizens of Salisbury and M.. k,
. S.'- I . t. til II tl .
ruuiiuunii y. i lie uhii j
race up siairs over me jo
Klultz'd drug store,
Subscribe to the Watc
W L. Nitholsoxi.
WEBB.NICH OLSO N &
- .. PKOl'RIETORS
Salisbury Marble Works.
, LARGE VARIETY OF MARPLE ON HAND TO FELf.CT
i r SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ;