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THUPwSDAY AUG. 16, ibUi.
: FOU CONGIiESS.
Jcmi S. ilESUERsos, of Rowan.
For Judge-Sili Judicial Districe,
J5ENJ. P. LONG,
for Solicitor 8th Judicial DjstM
J jf Davidson. ;
Democratic County Convention.
There wUI bohelil ,u the court bouse
jn Salisbury, N. C, on Saturday Sep
tember lt, 18t4t at 12 o'clock, M., a
convention of tbe Democrats oT Rowan
county, for the purpose of nominating
jtwo candidates Ibr the House orRepre
fientative's a CTerk of the Superior
fiourt Sheriff.. Register of ; Deeds,
Pftuntv. Treasurer. Surveyor, Coroner,
,and.otton Weigher, and for the trans
action of such other buiues3:as may
come before it.
The Democrats of the various town
ships will hold primaries ?i their usual
place of meeting, on-Saturday, August
25th, 1894, at 2 O'clock, p. m. to select
JeleKates to the county convention, to
nominate a candidate for township
constable and to select, a township
executive committee consisting of five
A. II. Eovden,
. Ch'm. Deal. Co. Ex; Com.
State Aid to Edncatian.
Ed. News and Qliserverf per
rolssion OJ,udgfrtlie V.f1
you a letter pu)icaii, fi which
he gives an opinion ofj pj. C. E.
Tvlors unanswerable diclision of
the most important jsubje;cfcinor be-j
nn the-oeooie of Nprtsll Ikurolinni!
Myobject "is to jridupef mf tn, well
qualified - to appr&cjatq Ajeat dis
russion of this important; Question,
hard pressed witlii importapt duties
a -id great responsbilitiesj o do like
Judge Armfkld had done take time
to read thoughtUj tlfbw Far
Should a Stale Undertake to gducate.
I shall be glad to epa c?oy to auy
one who may wish to reaJd t. 1
Stsvili, N.jC lj5th, '94.
Cozatus td the Front,
The activity of Nrth Carolina m
-A, Weekly. Weather Crop Bulletia.
The reports of -.Weekly.-' Weather
manufacturing line in recent jCrop Bulleiin4 issued by j thef Nortb
vars is attracting general attention, j Carolina State Weather Service, i foi
: Along the railway lines j in the - the week ending Monday August 13,
o d North tate travelers see at every j J894i indicate that a the season ad-
station one or more new factories
and the majority of these enterprises
ajre cotton mills, although ,there is,
ok caurse, a fair proportion of tohac
co factories. We do nothelieve that
uy xt her form of development
Would create a more favorable . lra
jJre!Sfon. ! Foreigners iind northern -jrs
are alike surprised to see these
unmistakable evidences of material
progress, and they sound the praises
vances the condition of crops w be
coming more diversified Yet the
prospects continue very fine. x In the
southern and eastern parte of I the
State, where' there has been too much
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rain,1 the land, is drymg out jjudw
nicely. The weesWas gfenerally viery
warm, with one of the hottest days
of summer on the 9tlu Scattered
showers occurred chiefly In the east.
Since the beginning of j tbepublica-
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tro-sed the border line.
North Carolina is in line with
Georgia in this regard. The people
loz these two states have come to the
Dr. C. DinmAMMyidefriJoctor, pConclusion that the factory is tne
t .,. m.wli nhlirrJl tofvdu Ht a copy ;thin2r. In every southern comma-
i etui iiiuv" -c o r r V 1 -tf ' n w
hi the state long afler they haye Ujon 0f the Crop Bulletin in the
of Dr. Taylors Ipniphle entitled
"flnw Far Should the State Under-
W. A. B. Branch was yesterday
named Uy "the-Democrats-of -tiie first
district ius his own successor iu the
jiext Congress, having received the
'n;jm illation on the first ballot'.
Hon. W. T. Crawford was yester
terday renominated in the eighth
district, for the third time. "
nity where the manufacturing ex
periment has Ijeen tried the result
in the highest degree. It is building
up towns, making new markets
for the farmers, and increasing
the value of farming lands.
The purely agricultural era of the
south is a thing of the past. Now,
that our factories in Georgia and
North Carolina are shipping their
products to every quarter of the
jloJ.e, and running on full time and
even double time, during the dull
season, it is not likely that such an
object lesson will be mistaken hy
auy body. Atlanta Constitution.
- The House yesterday accepted the
Senate amendments to the tariff bill
The bill having passed both houses
and the amendments made" by the
Reflate having been - agreed to, the
measure now only awaits the signa
ture of the president to become a
Jaw. The bill with the Senate a
ineuilmentsls less satisfactory to the
Democratic party than asit passed
ther House. The important- amend
ments are those which gave the
sugar differential (the protection to
the trust ) of one fifth of a cent per
! pound 'on refineed sugar, -and took
coa' and iron ore from the free and
put them on the dutiable list. It
needs to be understood, however,
witli reference to the ugar duty,
that it affords the trust far less pro
tection than was given it' by the
McKinley bill, and when, a few days
ago, a reporter of the New --York
Herald accosted Mr. Havemeyer,
the president of the trust, as he .was
hurrying to a train, asked him, point
blank which sugar schedule he was
really fighting for, he gave thean
fiwer in one word: "McKinlyV
He gets instead, a bill which gives
him much less more than he should
have, but less than he wanted, less
than he has had. -
This bill as it has passed is less a
revenue tariff measure than the peo
ple expected and Were entitled to
Mr. Wilson jjkplaius why this is
true when he says that on the tariff
question the Senate is not a D3mo
tic body. After nil is said, however,
the new bill is aii jngnite, improve
ment Upon the old one, and the more
they "see of its pratieal-operation the
lietter the people will like it. It is
step toward tantt retorm when it
should have gone the whole length
That is the objection to it not that,
jt is not a very good bill as far as it
K"e&, uut iiiul it uoes not go lar
enough. JFof the fact that it doe
not,-Messis. Gorman, Briery Smith,
et al., are responsible, and the peo-
. will be likely to remember them.
It is a pleasure to say that through
outfall the different stages of this
legislation the Democratic represen
tation of North Carolina in both
branches of Congress stood unswer
: vingly'by the people and by the
pledges of their party. Charlotte
take to Educate ?: X htyeong heldBas been successful and gratifying
opinions similar to those expressed
by Dr. Taylor; but I hae eld them
in a confused and ignorant way, be
cause I had not invqstignte the mat
ter. J am under rj?at 6t)!iations to
Dr. Taylar for tjiej .f asij bpunt of
research and kiojvfedgeWhich he
brings to bear'uppu! tWfuject. He
exhausts the whnljvfmattfr, and iii
my opinion, ponciuiifely Establishes
every proposition f fbiclfi lie lays
down. It appears ijoj me lliat every
candid and i thouglvtful ian who
carefully reads Mr.jTayloi pamph
let,mu come to;tHefcbncii3ion :
Ux. Tint 'under! our; constitution
and form of government, fhe educa
tion paid for by tjie; State riust be ab
solutely void of religiobs iistruction
even to thp exclusion of the reading
the liible in the scliboti, ud. Tha
unless infidelity and ahejsm are td
dominate all higher ediic:tion giveij
to our people, th0 1 djenolninatiotial
colleges must be uamt;jdufd and silsf
tained. 3d. That ik fjrfr that thf
denominational' jcoljeges niay be
maintained, it is bbpVulteljjr necessary
that any iifloney given by; the Statfc
'fur 'higher education I .iiiufst be usei
for matters and things that cannot
and will not coaie ; iiit cjmipeitioiji
with any work thatj can tnd ouglilt
to be done by the tleiiQiiiinatioual
colleges; and that if ibktiulions that
receive State aid,; dijUauylj work thtt
comes in competionl yith;ivojk of-de
nominational colleges, as;o this worl:
then State favored dsitUtions muit
tand on an exact equality with tljie
denominational colleges;! that is, fr
if' :','. ft.
his work they shall have no State
tid. Nothing is i niore .remarkable
ibout Dr. Taylor'i ! pauiphlet thiii
1 o T 1 'j , '' 1 4 . i ; ii
lie ruir, judicial temper ?iu wnicu
is conceived and i eiresd. It is n
every respect an admirable paptlr,
and well worthv of ( 'tjhegthoughtf ill
consideration of evbfy ciizen.
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M. L. Ctiextvrorit
spring of 18S8 there have never been
so few reports of shedding of cotton
bolls. Special reports concerning !h
hay crop from all over the State in
dicate in general: 1st, that the eajrly
crop was inferior in yield to the sea
son of 1893. . The late frost and sub
sequent drought cut the clover crop
short in the northern parts of the
Western and Central Districts of the
State. The crop was saved irk bet
ter condition than that in 1893. 21
Thefall crop of meadow hay will be
harvested early m September- Owing
to generous rains in August the con
dition of meadows is now on the av
erage very good, and the prospects
for the fall crop are that it will be
larger than for the preceding year.
The yield of corn-fodder will be large,
and a very large crop of fieldpeas has
been sown for cuttingin fall. Hay
is not one of the principal crops of
North Carolina, but it is probable
that less than usual will be brought
in from other States this year.
Western District. The condi
tions are very diversified in this dis
trict. While many correspondents
report showers on 9th, 10th, and 11th
many others report that the entire
week has been dry, and all crops
15 Yearo With Salt Rheum
Prices er. Thousand :
Select Hard BHck,
T Run of KilnTBrick,
(Repressed Briclc, First, Grade,
Repressed Brick, Second Grado, .i
RepressedBriek, Third Grade, -
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Liberal Discount on Orders of-
.-4iJ J. i
Hood's SarsaparLMa Cave a Perfect
Cure. : r'' f
" C. I.Hood & Co., LovveU, Mftsa. : .
" Hood SarsapaiUht is an excellent medicine.
I had eczeiua la py left leg for fifte- year.
Part of the tihe my leg was ie mass of scabs,
and about every week corruption -oul;l g-.ither
under Uie skiu aiidthe scabs .would slougu ofl.
The Itchlrt and Burning
sensation made me suileciiidescribablo agonies.
I spent a great deal of moXe? fr diliereut rem
edies but did not ReVrcIief.XAbout a year go.
ni:us advised me to take Jloou s
I did so and haveouken five bot-
An Unreasonable Kicker.
"Please, sir," said the bell boy to the
hotel clerk, "No 40 says there ain't uo
towels in his room."
"Tell him to use one of the window
"He says, too, there ain't uo pillows."
"Tell hiui to put his coat and vest
under his head.7'
And he wants a pitcher of water."
"Sutferiug Cyprus! But he is the needing rain. Upland corn chief suf
worst kicker I ever .-truck in my life, fer for lack of rain. The weather
Carry, him up the horse pail." has been very warm, which, with drv
"He wants to know ifhe can have a eQnditioil of soili preyent much
' . r . j, t.- . m- i.i J plowing at some places. A few com-
ip.PR. en iu n i iiuti! irive iiilli Liiia i - .
lantern, and ask him ifhe wants the plaints of cotton shedding squares.
earth, and if he'll have it fried on only Turnips up. A very large crop has
one side or turned over?" been planted. The acreage of tobacco
rlo i fr-J tunc Qnvjll Tnl- rt1iiifs nra 1 1
The Tradesman, Chattanooga. Tenn. r . -.r 1. .
in its report on the industrial condi- CAOCUCUl t-uuu.wuii. aoii m xumvui
tion ot the south for the week end county on iutn did some damage. In
ing August 13th, says. the minority of counties the condi-
The week just ended has shown a tion of all crops continues good.
considerable m r?.e in a number of
newly established industries, indicat-
in southern de-
ing that the revival
I am with much respeft,
The Southern Express Company
tm nsnorf prl un rll nhmi frntn
veiopment is in active progress. The , , Itr , . -
.... I Mijntnn Am rr Wnchinnrtnn If wc
prosperous condition ot the farmers ' ' ; "n"1""
and planters, whose large crops are a com"n cobs, and was
not grown this season as in former I shipped to Senator Hoar, in returu
years by means of advances on mort- for the 5,000 subscription which he
gages, is having a good effect on all rile jn the Home Market Club nf
ties. 'Now all the sores, scabs and uahYhaye
vanished ard I am enjoying perfect healthy I
think Flood's Sarsaparilla .i soeond to none and
gladly recommend it to all suffering lnuuanity.
Al. L. Cheuvkont, Leonard, iiissouri.
Hood's PH!s act easily, yet prompUy and
efficieutly, on tao liver and bowels. 25o.
Low Prices on Farmers' Drain Tile
TTT T f VI
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mm mt i
The Farmers Mutual Firs Insurance
Association for ScTran County,
met in convention at the Court House
on the 2nd inst., and effected a per
manent organization, electing the
following known men as officers for
the ensuring year :
Phillip Sowers, tVest. ; VXGheen,
J. H. L. Rice, II. G. Lippard, J. T.
Carson, Jesse V. jliller, Geo. A. Hall,
W. L. Harris, J. F. Uarrigan, W. C.
KluttzW. A. Ciimphf ll, J. C. Sow
ers, S. A. Laruhr art, Directors.
Til is is co-operative plan of In
surance for the protection of farm or
any detached property ajrainst de
st ruction by fire, wind and lightning.
It gives each member a policy con
tract chartered by the Legislature of
North Carolina', and good for a pe
riod of thirty years for 10 ets. on
each one hundred dollars of property
insured, and is' subject to no addi
tional cost except to meet the actual
losses of this County Association by
prorata assessment. The statistics
show that the average expense is
about SI. 50 on the one thousand per
annum. For further information
W. O. GOttEE, Local Agent,
Salisbury, N. C.
Or J S. C. Carpexteh, Gen'l. Ag't.
Charlotte, N C.
kiudsof business. Cotton will this
year be to a great extent a ready
money crop, and the needs of the
southern people will bo supplied with
home grown bread and meat to a
greater extent thau ever before"
Boston, and sent to Alabama for the
purpose of defeating Congressman
Gates. It was filled with cobs, which
represented the corps of the dead and
buried Reuben F. Kolb, who met
l he tradesman reports forty-eight his end before the avalanche of
new industries as established or iucor
ated during the week,
A short time ago a j young
was troubled withfani irhmense bpil
on her knee. It grew so bad tlfat
she thought it necessary to call in a
physician. For some f reason sfie
had formed a disjikbifof the fanifly
idivtician. so herj father suggesfed
several others, and htuajly said toat
he would call inj the i homcepathij;
physician with tjieiasl, who passed
the hoine every day. They kept! a
sharp lookout for!him,;ftnd when Ihe.
Lcame alon he wifS jCiifjed in. The
young lady modestly showed him t he
disabled iiiembei Tl-fe little nian
looked at it aild said: ll I
"Why, that'illelty!bad.,, f
"Well," she said,: "what must I
do?" : ;I!xn !'
"If I were youLljhe iansweredj "I
11 i t f. -if -S ; f X -r :
wouia send tor a piivieian. l am a
The Why and Wherefores !
There is nothing; marvelous in j the
fact that Hood's' I iarsparilla should
diseases, w nen ryou
The g3iieral effect of the final pas
passage of the tariff bill, has been
ballots, hurled upon his head by the
Democrats of Alabama.
On the lid was the inscription:
"To Hon. G. F. Hoar, Washington,
D. C, Home Market Club, 83,000.
i i i it. r a. .
un.n.uaauu, Herein Bury Your Hopes of Split-
in this section in the mam. praise 4i c? i: j o ..v i . .
. . ... l,I,p me oui iu ooum. umpiimerus
the action, as the best that could be f rHnton rA1 v n.moend, "
done under the distressing circuni- To fcbe right q the snpposilious
stances. , n -i , .
, curiae, uu tue siue was iu nire, wo ire
There are fer who wih attempt to, ... .... , , , . , ...
uidnone who can successfully ap- uTi , TTnmp Markpt Club. 000 "
r I ( In rhp nnnneira sirFu wac tho nTi
1 lie tollowini; interesting; story is
from Norwich, N. Y. Miss Mary
13 .ker, of ttris nlaeei when nnlv iu'n
years old, pulled a button from an
old shoe with whiclrshe was playing
and crowded it into her nose. On
Monday, after twenty years, a physi
cian removed the selfsame "button
from i!s bulging place. Miss Baker,
since childhood, has been greatly, af--flieted
with what was IkPhpw tM
i t- v-v.t j m,
catarrh, an 4 hi-s leen treated by
many specialists. Patience, courage
and money were nearly exhauster",
when the young lad v reVived to vis
it a well-known physician, who
quickly made a diagnosis of her'cW
mid ieuioCed th caue of suffering
The length of time whicthe but
ion hkd .remained jn tlteliead caused
deports to adhere trnl until it had
att ained t-eyeialf ins its natural
size, so it hadj be removed in stc
tioui. TlnVwas '.accomplihed with-
oiit the ,fightest "convenience to
cure so many diseases. v nen
rciiicaiberthatatnjHjorijty of the dis
orders "flesh is held to" are due to
impure or poisoqbu? cdhdition ofi the
blood, and that Hood's Sarsaparilla is
an effective an roMjieal blood purifier,
S the whole thing is explained. ; -
Besides its blbodi purifying crualjities,
Hood's SarsaparUia, aso contain the
best known vegeIetorpach tonics,
diureties, kidney rjernydie3 and liver
invigorants and jSj ths an excellent
specific for all disorders of thesa or
gans, as well as for Idiv condition of
the system or That Tired Feeling.
particulars, but blame cannot be
truthfully placed upon the democrat
ic party. It rests upon four demo
cratic senators, Gorman, Brice, Smith
and Murphy, who have totally in
famized themselves and partly their
The senate has yet a chance, how
ever, to show that it is not owned by
the trust. The bills for free sugar.
coal, iron and barbed wire are already
on the vice-president's table aud
from present indications Mr. Cleve
land will give them ten days in which
to dispose of the bills before he takes
action on the tariff bill.
The solid republican vote for free
sugar-iir the house would seem to in
sure the passage of the bill putting
sugar ou the free list, if it cau ever
be I -.rough t to a vote.
Opinion is divided as to what Mr,
Cleveland will do with the tariff bill.
It is persistently stated that he will
veto the bill, if the senate fails to
FOR SALS !
VALUABLE CHURCH PUOPETIT Y
The frame chapel, on corner of Chest
nut and Main"--streets, and lot 35x50
feet, which belongs to the M. E. Church,
touih and which can be converted into
a comfortable dwelling or -store-house,
is for sale cheap. For further descrip
tion, &c, Apply or write to the pastor
Kkv. S. I). St-vmey, )
J. Ii. Odell, I
M. M.AVaud. J
June, ID 'ill. ' Salisbury, N- C.
To get Furniture for the iniiutmje.
Ndthing like it ever beforesecn in Salis
bury. Bed Room and Parlor Suits as
pretty and as cheap as was ever otter
ed on any market in the State. ;
You only have to see our line of Ta
bles, Dining and Parlor Chairs, lloekers
&c, to be pleased. We also handle
Baby Carriages, Musical InstrmneLls
and in fact anything that youfwant
in this line and at prices that defy enm-
No room is complete
Pictures. We have got
the handsomest line of
Moulding that can be found in 'the
sk. w w. rzfi rvi. "V fTVf T fT
This; department is complete, Collins,
Caskets, Buribl Robes, Slippers, etc.,
Hearse's furnished for city or country.
Embalming a Specialty.
See me before buying.5
Cotton Seed Meal- and Hulls!
VITAL TO MAHHQOO.
cial ballot of the "Jeffersnian Dem
ocracy," headed by the ill-fated name
of Reuben F. Kolk, for Governor, and
followed by a complete list of the
On the same side were the"; words,'
"Further Favors Solicited for Cam
paign Purposes." This completed the
Senator George F. Hoar, better
known by his political enemies and
b' the humorous press as "Granny,"
who is one of the most partisan of
Republican leader?, just before the
openii'g of the Kolb Oates cam
paign in Alabama, toot upon himself
to get a subscription. from the Home
Market Club of Boston. He suc
ceeded in raising S5,00, which was
sent to Rube Kolk aud distributed
araon his henchmen.
This influx of the Hoar corruption
fund Into Alabama proved a great
sod send to the Alabama Democrats
and immediately became good politi
cs. C C. WEST'S KEKVIv AND BRATJJ TREAT
MENT, n gppcitic lor Hysteria, DiTZincss, Fits, Neu
ral?ia, Uecdachje, Xtrsonn Prc-strttion caused by
".lcobol f-r tobw!co, Wr.fcefainos?, Jfontal Depression,
Sot-jniE2 c firaitt, cniisjn inw.ty, mioery, decay,
death, Prpmafjf e Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of
Powt-r in-oitiief sox, Inipdteacy, Loucorrhna aud ail
Female Wetiknespes, Iuvoinntary Lo?ses, Spcrma
torrhcea cauert by ovsj -exertion of brain, SeL
abuif, ovcr-Iii'lujroiice. A month's treatment, tl,
5 tor fi, by moil. With ench oruor for 6 boxes, with
to Trill scad written piwrantce to refund if not cured.
Ouaranttosiu 'd by swot. WEST'S LIVElt PILLS
curc3 Sick Ilec'lnchc, Lilior'js, Llvor Complairit,
"Jour Stomach, Dyspepsia acd Oonsapation.
GUAEAXTI1E3 issued only by
Edwin Cuthrell Salisbury, X. C.
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:atalo?ij9 will trplain wily wo can aiford it.
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ODok-kwri.t. Shorih?.nc!, Penmanship- and Je'er
r?.T hv." VVu --pcsi-i re i.-ncy in ti.e intsreEt Ot
i:'o7i;cn''.! ovn-!ncnt uv half tba Business
..OllfS-C'S t ! t:-.l
la pi i to- ' -is. ViCC- stuoeDts past year, no
xziC: r.' nxr ;ui- i.itic. C;;k;i fi.tw. Wo have
.iCei;Uy-i:rp..r ! :-i.z ,sric:a!:y adapted to
' 'nfort 0 irini". . Wi.lt 2 tis nnJ .explain
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:.-in:ti to Q vrbeks by the
IT IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST feEEn KNUV-X FC
CATTLE A5sD BIIEEP. ; I
Cotton Seed Meal is a highly conceiitrawhj u, one pound
ivhich has more feeding value tlian three ;poitii of -niu:
rious grain feeds.
COTTON SEED HULLS take the place ' of h::y r
lr,' rfrnrr rr vrnrrlv Tutrl mill llHS hoeil Tll'oi'e 1 1 1 V 1 1
the practical tests of thousandsrof feeders, to l-e wn-ttf xa;
(pound for pound) as any of1 the forage feeds in ii' val'J:
as the cost: of HULLS is"less than bay, and c;ni 1- ?;'i 'w;1'
... n i .... i.i Ar... .,) imav lH-H
waste, it is lar more economical io.us inau au i.
i . i . .t O - -. 1 A f . ..... i V, , - i4H('
and teed in connection witn cotton ceea ip - . .
Ko onnnllpd whon onsts :ind 1 -enotits1 irG-COIVSIUM ' '!
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NV rite for prices and other information ie-ir : .
Correspondence solicited bv
North Caolina Cotton Oil Compaq
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The local paper at .West Ioint,
11 is., 'points with ptide" to tfce re
cord of the caniiinglfactory iiiithat
ttwn durinj; the; recent blocfciberrv
snaon. It canned and shinned 87.-
400 one and oiiedialf pounds cins of
ed within a
there is hardlvf ainuare mile in the
South thiit.wonlid lwfHupply ilie raw
aud ripe materia 'tr oue sacjli fac
tory. iLis ndt imjigrants itliat we
need so much toet a raoveon us.
-Charleston Nt'wa ;and Courier, i I
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kilt; UUU3C. uuo uivu i cnuuin ill I . . . .
..... .1.1 -ii WnOae tlilgy ocut in tuc luim in
. .... . ., ... .x corn-cobs to Mr. Hoar yesterday by
tne Dili, sicct'uiiiu ni-j it wmi a riUK- . rs , i
. , , - i ,i. - . I tUC Urll lull u - liivv no
xw-y i n ir o The coffin was six feet in height
iiiit V llnn bill and mlnnr nnontbpl i
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noftnloifl.Wt :.mrpnrpepnt,bvp a.hn and slenuer. upon ioe lop wa:, a
is not pledged to overthrow the Uingle cpb, bereft of all corn, around
which was tied a piece of crape
all M vfliirh wnh lr Women say that a meal tastes better WMlin, the COS rattled, as the COf-
Ii ,M WereP ; wbeo prepared br someone else, and that ' X , , , ' . ...
(nej ofthe toivn. And 5s ju5t the rea?oa why Simmons Liver f Re- fin was borne, ruthlessly about, like
$ the bones 61 a skeleton.
As it was prepaid, the eipress com '
gulator is ia ueh faor. It is already
pared in lifiaid and powder form.
don't need to make a tea : Another reason
4Vi 1 I f.arAM j that immAns f ivor Rrr
ulator is ibetter than PiUs for Biliousness pany is bound t-Q deliver it to M
w" " 1 - -"-o - I ii : U;-lnfrtnn X
lion, Sample package powder, 5 cents, I uoar, m uw.i.Hh .
Is the most important part of V
your organism. Three-fourths of O
tern is subject are due to impuri- O
?p in trif Klrirwi Vnn ran fhsra.
lorei realize how vital it is to
Keen It Pin-
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v r or wnicn purpose notniner can
It effectuallY re- O
cleanses the . blood thoroughly O
anu ouiios i up tne general neaith. f
Our Treatise Cn R ood and Skin diseases mailed
n a y'y Fr:e to njr adaress, JJL
V Sm SFE01HC CO., Atlanta, Ga. V
TThen Ca'oy was r.ict, gave he-CastorU.
VThen she was a Clilld, she ried for Castor ia.
Whea she txrJime Miss, Rhe clunK to Castoria. . .
Wbea slie had (Julldren, she gave them Castoria
T. J. DAVIS, Manager,
PCSOT.Tr.TTS YOTTR PATH OX AGE. X0T1JIN
CLASS WORK TURNED OUT FROM THIS OFt'K
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HE IJS -A TIAU
f Wm, Proprielof
Dealers in Monuments, Head-Stone,and every Uifi
line, and at thp vrv lowest nriees ton$istant win! In-i i V
manship.- . Be sureto give us a call, oj--write for trf ;s tio!,
idKiV.T' T ' l,n'rt colon!, frmil. bht'l c I
"uric. JUcll Jc Vrtl lr.j imii" iu ov-i.v
Fisher)treet. next ih Stand Pipe.
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