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Tii3 Carolina Watchman, j
-H - :.-:- f!nnrt conveuw
r itowau ruicn ----- , .
H-hiJe attending cWt ext week
' Y-X.d stiWribe for the Watchman.
Gastou Republfcan is tbe latest
v'-- :u ..,'. nlikhnu foufnalisul.
- ' ' ,r L'. noni v. nual nrotracted meeting at tbe Metho
Frnest tf. .MCIY? -:; 7 V u ..,1,
. r 1
' . .i. i..J i;t' ihis week.
t : i in w asiuuK"f" -vj - -
lV T I'-Young lei for 2yew 1 ork
iai SaxVnlay to piirchase Kis fall stock.
v .Brune'r. of Raleigh, .spent
Correspondence tfWatcnmau. .
Plenty of rain and nociderj
Good prospects for Hub crops.
Protracted meetings are now in pro
gress with fine results in winiug eouls
to Christ, Uevs., Pool,, Brown and
Kittle just closea a r gooa meeting at
Mt. Carrael Presbyterian church. -
llev. L'owder is conducting tne an-
jv d:ys in town with , friends
hnlnre;! fire eompany o pisc'
i I . v- v : .1 i -
Durham Monday aiign iu u
,,1 the firemans tournament.
Kliss Lena Thompson has been elec
.nr-hftd in the room which is now
addfi to the grided school build
Kmcry K. Kaper, chairman, calls the
7 .Utorial Conventioh for tins- district
..? ,..t. in Lexington on September
,AV. -M. Shcrrin, formerly of the
illtiRton:Pipalchj'.a3 leased the
.One lot of 27 watermelons were sold
hkre Tuesday 'for thfill turn of 25
thov Were nice iresn
i rj ou's at that..
Mr. F."B. Avedell;
f t he i rectors .
Mjstwer; c o m. a"-y
mized, and will tr
fATsrp. Siitn Mil
McNeeh. return eu
this week whore the
of this city is one
in the News
Itis.said that tbe "Stat of -WlIke'lCALLffOtt A BTHAIQT TiUlkfelVi . The ctxmUy Liil with U Sees cf
will have a coutrtyr fair this frear. - Waynestiixe. U4 AilgUSt l .Vi. reiier me ending of the tariff straggle
m,Ah.uTrniid oxoiindsfof RutherHTU iL naM;.. TCnrth"!.! VilJe it Is tHie it Js not 'hat we All
ford colleffffare advertised Jor sale un
llina: : . -.... ,
Tbe tircc for holding ; oar Shite
I wanted and. not what the
party i3 pledged to but it
that could be obtained on occouat of
ia. the . best
der a mortgage. It is said the sale will
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i Vance's 4id iitopy, thellourf, an.l conu ,od f Ji rSrS?
-Rnilv Onnfd meet at Ashevillel raei inasour posiiiou.ui.mc nwuirc H5- : -4 p iep
. . .a! T -;i i . J--- . I i .- it ci -1.1- :l ii i A t" I in the rlirpotirm itci.rt
in annual re-union Augustl 25Ui, ana i nistory oi uieoiaie suuuiu juts weu ,7a" , eV I " ? ,
Weare glad tosee oar, old friends, -- -r - , -i- i, M finl, euu?:u HB P1 iine Party
Mr J.Boyden and family of JVeom r X . K4" ".Vr tariff
Randolph county, who are now visit-1 Mr- Jabe Myers, wno was recenny ana wno aeireo e me priuuipiesjiegislation. All reforms come by steps
ngfrieedsaud relatives in Uiis com- sbot an(j dangerously wounded while G ! Republican triumph in North and not in one iump. wbicb1 is the best
AVpralso deli-hted to seel our trying to attack Mr. I red ul;tveVT Carolina. The Democrats have held in the long run. In all it is . snch an
vbunirfrtettl!.Mr.A; W, Emersonv who Charlotte, is rapiui the: convention and nominated improvement on the- MeKiuley bill
has oaaru?? removeu ... lheir ticket and have deliberately re- hatau emocratscau accept, t with a
rD ' P'131' f . 1 -i L- n,-' nearty appiaase. senator; Ransom
ttoJ?e ..nrTn. ThMorauton Herald says that ' eu lo uuauu. uWt.., hen
isirs. uanuau owiib vi j.- ivi iv w.
- nnronta nnf frtrt( r
Mrs. Kate aicijeoa is on a visit wiRij. ratWn, tne acKnowieageu ueau ine last Kcuauuu. cu iuo -ne tana dhi is far better than no
hersister, Mrs. Ida Covington of Rock i ftTi14-Portiliattfnartv in Burke, is its era of Bourbonism m North Caroli- bill ot all. It might beetill improved.
ingham. , H.. iia cfaflmU ; : .f ' il bat we must not: foreet thatt it reduces
5lr. J. P. Emerson is naving inm oer i r -r r r- " " taxation and raises sufficient revenue
hauled to eularge his gin house as ne chas. M. Cook, of Jbrankim, was thir heads in shame and say by to meet the needs of the government.
nominated; for congress in jthe fourth Ufoj c013(juct that we can't approve " do does f.01.0 he idea of
district today. j f Inf what nnr nartv has done in na-!h 1nno horoaAo!. A t-or!,.. t j
f I - -j ..Xp. vtiikV'i hv tLuuv lucso
:o: - d
Corrected wetvty ttf U. ft. JtruAir, Sox's.' !
Bulk theatl sldes.4 i.
Beeswax Si? .i., ".'... .
Butter . i L ............... .
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Fibur, Korth Carolina .....
Salt . . .
i ish Potatoex. .. v ...... .
says the fine crop prospects demand
more room, ; '
p,litirj are verv auiet here, sotar.
vvwvi rct. wishe to vou and the
Watchman. ; Jack.
The Reformers of South Carolina L- ni aaA: rfat th last two vpars. fects."
have enddked John Garv Evans for , a ,
. v.; . : i I I r" ? J Nervous dehilitv is a. common rnmn n
governor. : I .... ..-... i j u -.-:-.L....:,,..: " T . i-"
Sir- , I , ,. jJCOnveutlOn, HUU i:tyc MuimuAicu icspecianj- amung wuinen. ine oest metli-
Dr. Ud. reeianci, 01 uuarioue, uipu . ;mniu cil treatment for this disorder 3 a i-crsic.
iced his in Baltimore Monday, after a brief ill
Mt. Gilead Locals.
Rev. J, E. Thompson commen
series of meeting; here 12th inst
beius, assisted, by Hev, 7n Rush.
n-i Aar nUt Brn nf Mrs. Jan a
1 lit; bcvvu jr vw. " - j y . T f , .
J - - .. . .1 .m i T nn narlv V AIO I lin hoartl V 1 11
McLcndon was taken sick on last i;ne'AwaniafFJourui sjujp iu .u viavi y . ... ..v.v
Saturday and died Sunday. We failed 1 tempt was; made by tour men to nom fllVor of co-operaticn it it means
, lAam th rause of his death. up the vestibule tram ner iuu A.ry h t it savs but j, wlsn t0 ask tne
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he ness. uri f reeiauurvvaq
and at ontim practiced
; Statesville. ' i
S 1 - .... t- l Arn klii.itici 1 t : I 1 1 m I
I MPTPPmPHL wiLii tne itcwuuiiuuuoi aim itniL'unuc luu uiuuu. J.1113 Deintr ap
Vllllll" M.llU - - - ft - W f w
v I - . . . . 1 AAtn rk ichofl nnln vrv til j-i . i-. n.
Dentistry in would cooperate in tlie coming cam- .t
paign for the defeat of the Demo-
a?"-y fK8f rer" 1 Mr. Penn Wood and family of Ashe- last Thurlaynight. The train was Re ublicans o this State and the day t
ravel for hat paper. are visiting relaUyes- and friends waved dn th a lanWrn covered I j ra.
er ana Clarence
V had bceni visiting
iin'j 'f-Y - -'-
ioey Fprirtg Camp: meeting. -
in the "city". :
Mr. Marvin Skeen
with a red cloth. The engineer dis
Democratic Senatorial Convention
There will be held in the Court
house in Lexington, N. C, on Thurs
the 13th day of September 1894 at
clock M., a convention of the
r . . . ,
. 8 to If
. '15 to2t
1.75 to 2X
. 65 to 7Z
Has just received a Ijig jot
of those beautiful
I kViC ARE IhTfT YET YOU BET,
rieisds. : While goe
'I. T . . I T II I II r ... iiiiiuh I I I I II III I k . I T II VM. WW ..Vh. " - MV.M . M-J . J
sibier, 01 wjutuwiuwufa " a ci..u triet. comDrisinz the counties of Rowau
KandCph-countyre vWtt.g .d. start Uaioaio WoJ. the n j i .J!" DavWson Wrsvth, for the purpose
tlini Llieil irtl-ra luttttiu nio j U.U ivj wj. : . ,
, . .. . , oi QOUJiuaiiuir uvu uaimiuiii,e lor ine
democracy, ana rrom mat pany
anl rpUtives here this week. " waymen f CouU get on poara, xne
it. mf- .Tj.wU nnd Miss Lamer robbers, ii however, vented tneir ais
1U I . AtVU W I ' r f i i
tf nothing happens Salisbury will in Macon.of Raudolph.are visiting Irieuds pleasure m several pistol snois.
IffAw ivifik.H be. connected with Char- hn town this week.
iL johv a telephoneWstcm. We will The telegraph wire from Norwood
klso sooii have a eofiiiplte system ot to this place is about up, all we like i
i.-M I i ... 1 I.-. r.A f lli oil rat. IiHVUS
bnrowili ,?t a ranruau w to vuo v. -
.MflCKienmirg vna Wn rather
. ..... n.. H.....iV. nAi'irtiitf 1 . awiiuciuu wiuv
W l,OUUC. '? r dull durimr the lest week, everybody
!" "! . - 14... . . -.i oaat r liavo nlentv of them.
Li! . J.,.. l..... ttf in I J 1TPVI I IP oniuo iv - ! .--j
i iere .is.u.ii- ,T i a p nn h nnt,o Max
; r- . . ,. . HTi v. Mn A it lav is movime on with
... . iu,. - o rnn sr. iTi. j
undred thousand moulded,
. . 1 A.
Aft. i? A Krufcoii is iroiniT to aaa to
... . - - : i Ax 1 . .. " D w
J 11)11?. - - ii! I, . , . ii- ... i tUlr. V1I rrrrA ni'Ano
. - . , -,if .. -,i l ins aweuing aouw tu .t".
Mo sooner man tic tariti uiu pacu, pnPWV ;n verv hot! v
IUU ucn jixvi - t v
fy nvm, nut ne is; nuu u 1 ujiuust.
Merklcnbur'g will ve the Democratic his brick
M-kctfromr-eOloj l,oOO majority.- one huiid
Charlotte News: Mr. Ike Long of
Union coiinty.says he never saw such
fiue cropsjin hfs-section as they now
have, lie threshed out 2L0OO bushels
of oats aiid kpt a good ideal in the
shock, jie.says, too, that he thiuks
the farmers are going to rpake up what
they lost in corn last yeaf, for nearly
every sttjlk in the fields now has two
large ears on it. From 4very quarter
comes the report that the erops were
never better. - ?
Which'' has' an item fxi it fhich. puts the
and they go to work like they meant
j.j- . , i - business.
ccnt stamps, -bufihebnly succeeded bu4 formerly of this place, is very low
In getting something over i?9,Q00 worth with typhoid teven
which will be a bigf saviug.
"Items From Faith.
Correspondence of the Watchman.
The '-granite works are extending
out on the belt. Two quaries are now
n operatiou on the side of the Philips
Stamp Clerk J. MH nurke, Esq., made Faith post office is now supOlied with
lanxe sales a daiiv jnail. commencing Monday
13th otJthis month.
We had a heavy rain Saturday even
Dr. W.i II. Wakefield, of Winston,
viil be in Salisbury, at Central IIotelt
u Saturday, Sej.t ember l5thxne day.
practice lYmited to Eye, Ear, Nose and
.Throat., i jf' - ' - "
RAnittA. nnd for sunh other himinps as
select candidates for judges of them e before it
Supreme (Jonrt of the State, and ask Aug. 16th 1894.
Elsewjifere we publish a card from J
M. Moody, of Haywood, Who was the
Republican nominee fqr Lieutenant
Governor, in 1892, to thle Republican
party of the State. - Mr. jMoody is not
in fayoribf "co-operation V.
I X'K - l
For Rknt: A nice fQur room cot
tage on Fisher St. For particulars ap
ply to, j ;j V J. 4- Murphy.
The huii wtien not properly cared for
loses its Jusitre, s becomes crssp, harsh, and
dry, andjfails oat freely -with every comb
ing. Toi prevent this, the best dressing in
the marketiis Avcr's Hair fYicror- It im
parts that ilky. gloss so esaential to per-
feet beaiityi 1; I .
fora e K-(M'y ) ex t ra.o i( i n ari 1 y I ar
ot'.tump Tuesday. J. B. -
ig. ' .
Messrs. Fill and brother from Ran-
dolnh countv come over to the mill-
inanager of Salisbury was up and pur?
jcha-sed .0-(55.20 W'ii'rth jof -stamps.- He
"also soUk W. A.1 Bailey, of Davie,
y, H0.20 worth of stamps. These were
l.M two largest sales, but he made sales stone quarry of J. T, Wyatt after their
H - i r II i 1 I V A- n a..- I - r 111 IT 1 . . J- t 1 A 1 Xl.' .i
enougn l uesuay aione iu ik-h uchuj millstones one juay last wees, tuai;
$'2(),(iiv. All the Viquor meu who have they had madto order
any Ii(pi;or are havfng it tax paid aud Mr. J. D. A. Fisher is putting the
Stamped in order jto get the advantage ; finishing touches on the ornamental
the Populists and Republicans to
vote for these gentlemen under the
name of co-ODertftion. Now the
ticket which was placed in the field
by the Populist convention for
judges of the Supreme Court and for
State Treasurer as I understand it
are to be endorsed by the Republi
can convention when it meets in
Ltaleigh on August 30th. Do the
Republicans of the State think this
the wiset and best course to be pui-
sned under the Circumstances? I
don't believe that we can ever en
thuse the Republican masses and get
them united on a ticket. that is one-i
half or two-thirds Democratic, under
the name of co-operation. I don't
believe that the great host of Re
publican voters will ever cheerfullv
get under the same political bed-qiHit
tint Buck Kitchia and his like sleep
niider and vote a ticket
tl at is half Democratic while they
Theo. F. Kluttz,
S. H. Smith,
Emery E. Raper, -
Ex. Com.2Gth Dis't.
IiMaiHl SMrlioj 'Calicoes at
5 Cents pet Yard.
10 yards dress goods' for onlv 2octF
3 yards Pants j?oods for 20cts-
A pair ofPaut?, Shirt, Hat, pai
of Socks and Handkerchief, all for 1
! Shoes !! Shoes M
Start at 2octs. a pair. Tin Cup 2cts.
Coffee Pot 5ets. Set of plates 25cts.
Cups and Saucers, 25ets. per set-
Tumblers 20cts. per set, and thousands
of other things just as cheap.
Always come to the CAROLINA
RACKET STORE and ask for what
you want then if you don'tget it.it will
be time enough then to go some where
else and pay more money.
Your money saving friends,
REID & HARRY.
l n winding up our annual iuV-.-7;:
tory which scores our second mile
post in this town, we "-wish to thank
he people gener.illj for the !ieral
troiiage given lis ar.d promi joa
ome HOT SHOT HAUGAINS in
first class foot wear this fall, that vviii
nake you open your, eyes with wTm-
ler. , ; . J ' : -
TradewUr' those whoT'ive j yi
most fojw'tour mouty. - If we don t -
lo this go elsewhere, in justice t
yourself and family,
Our. motto is "Meri!s onh
y Vry truly.
U.XT77'- BUI1T db OO.
Of North Carolina
Includes the Colleffe.lhc I'niversitv. Iho-
Law School, the Medical School and the
Summer School forTe;u hers. College tuition
$)0.0 a year; board $7.'oo to JlXoO amonih,
Session begins iSeptemhcr ". Atldreh i'res-
dent Winston, Chapel Hill,.. C.
T? L. SPENCER,
B ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TKOT, IN- O-
t'n?rsh!s prolesslonal Rrvlcrs to lu- r-eople
of Moatgomer ana ao Joining ccuutka.
s' ' U..irn fvieli in flldl. miliar -Hlfl
himself a """'
abuse that has been neaped upon
V ?of the increase tai recently laid by the
jfc.iate. -Statesvilje MaRCQt.
Messrs: Webb Rabe,. our enter
I pnssiig torabstond and marble meu are
increastng their;; business: rapidly.
Tlicy are having iprrble shipped here
riv great :quautiie8,; and have, we are
glad't'o state, by their increased trade
been compel led tq-increase heir force
ih.tl)e" yard. Tliey are hustlers and
lan'y'husiness they embark in is run in
sueii a progressive way that it is a
lu iK lit to tbeiown. I
-The State "Farmers Alliance is in
session fit "Greensboro this week, sever
al from this county are attending.
piece of granite for the Presbyterian
church at Charlotte.
Aug. 13. Charlie!
' i . Experience of Two Drummers.
One nieht last week a well known
knight of the grip stepped at one of
I the hotels in the city and in undressing
I attempted to get out of his shirt with
; cut unbut toning or taking off his col
lar. Thej ilerk hearing a peculiar noise
i as if soiiie one was choking went iii the
. . direetioiff the nise and when reaeh
; ing this gentlemaus room found him
perlwtl' j exhausted .and fastened
barrel-in his shirt;aml almost choked.
; He was released from his peculiar po
. sition arid it was hard for him to un-
' : uerstaud way his snirt would not come
o f -
In another parti of town at a private
board ingiio use about the same hour in
the ninht another; oiie was seen to rush
; doWn stairs in hi nightlothes yelling
at. the top of his voice, all in one breath,
. J murder-robbersrlhosts. On iiivestiga
tiou it was found ;t hat a pet coon had
i 'c'raAyled in the window aiid was pat
j ting this well known druaimer.on the
- --heek, and whenj awakening could not
. understand the situation and gave vent
he above way.
Chas. Briggs Killed.
High . Point,
Brigsjs, engiueer on the Southern
Railway, iu charge of a local freight,
was killed here to-day by the engine
of the Asheboro train: The local train
got in about 9 i4clock, and Charley
Briggs stepped ofrof his engine on the
main track. The Asheboro engine
which was backing, struck him aud
the wheel of the tender passed over
his thigh and also crushed his side and
The engineer of the Asheboro train
did all he could -to save him. but
Briggs was only two feet away when
he saw him. Mr. Briggs was taken to
the Bellievue Hotel, where he died at
12:20 oclock. He was couscious up to
the time of his death and recognized
his wife and child when they .went
into the room.
We notice that Mr. J.i E. Briggs, of
Salisbury hs announced
n did nit as for cotton weiffher Mr.
Britrsrsis well known byt the people of their heads by men of the politic
this pat pf flie county.j He is well stripe of Mn.Kitchin. I think the
qualified I fbrj that position, and we wjsest course to pursue is to put in
kuow he (ifj elected) .wjould fill the to the field a straight, pure, upright
place as acceptably as aiy otner gen- RepublicHa gufce tickefc around
wliiph all R, n u li I i c a n s
held the position ought to now in turn .. , . ...
, , L '.ij .? . , , can rallv and tor which
help Mr. Rn;gs to the place to which cau ltulJ -
heaspe, ththemay,!too, sere his all Republicans can vote, and then
county, ilejhas all his life been a true let co-operation lake care of itself
blue Perocfat and wej know he is among the people in the Legislature
worthy tie jjja.ee. We 4ope the Dem- anj senatorial tickets and candidates
ocratsj of Ifcke township in their for rountv officers. The people in
primary wilt instruct their delegates . - iU ha co.operatioil
to vote jior.lj. E, Briggs, lor cotton - ,,. ino
weigherMm in Heraldp betweea PoPulwts and publicans
' Mr xS.,LnL Mnrtoi. a well-known if tht is the wisest course for them
citizen! o Isfepenincr, Mirh., and editor to pursue, and I believe that theyJ
Sui.erir fostn, who, far at long tinrt?, sat- fa d be jeft free ad uutramnieled
feredlEoinJthQ;most exc-ucjating pains of -"""Vi
rheumitishi, f as cured, eight years ago. jn this matter to do as tlieY like,
by laklngfAyeVs S.irsasarilla, having never rp Qf Democratic misrule
felt a tw lfige of it siuc6, j J '-,.,, i .
; I S: . j . have stopped the wheels of industiy
Settle! was renominated at Greens- . , . ,, . i i.
, : - - ' ... . throughout the nation, brought the
Knrn vpstivdiiv hvlhfi Rp.mibbcans of vu0iiwu 0
the fifth Sdisijrict. government of the United States to
Impropfr aid deficient clre of the salp a condition of bankruptcy, and
will ca;nsd graynes3 of the hair and bald- spread misery and want into eve-Fjr
ness. Escape both bv the use of that re- , , , mi j
liable Buctiflclllall-i Hair Xenewer. comer of the land. These are facts
- I 'i: i . ..1 1 1 ....... 1 1. ! 1. ...
that the people Know auu iiiey miuw
Deaths by st:rvution are perhaps Ui,at tjley n0vV exisf and they know
coninjoner f.ainong tlie rich than t ey did not exist while the llepub-
m ni r4f
he Old Friend
And tho best friend, that never
fails you, is Bimmona Livor Regu
lator, (the Red Z) that's wliat
you henr at the mention of this
excellent Liver medicine, and
people Fhould not be persuaded
that anything eiso a:ill f'o.
It u the King cfi Liver fedi
"v.es ; is better than; an'l
.';;e3 tlie place of Quinine and
W. L. D
BE,. ROBT.I. RAMSEY
3ILAS S ATjTSliUIiY N. C.
gfeyOflrc1-' hours 0 a. m. to 5 pm.
NO MORE EYE-GliSSES,
S3 IS THE BKST.
& NO SQUEAKING
FRENCH &. ENAI-1ELLE0 CALF
3.5P P0LICE,3 Soles.
' F.VTSA FIHP.
SFND FC3 CATALOGUE
u BROCKTON, MAS3.
Yoa can 6avc money br purchasing VV . Lw
Because, we ere the largest manufacturers oi
advertised shoes in the world, and guarantee
the vnlti- hv stamoiner the name and ones on
the bottom, -which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
eoual custom work, iu style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at fever prices for the value given than
any other make. Take no substitute. If your
dealer cauaot supply you, we can. bold by
Dealer, whose name will shortly ap
pear aere. Agent wanted at ones-
It aetrj (liieetlv on the
vs and Bow-Is a;.d
mvos new lite to the whole sys
'm. Tii.-i is the lacdiciiie y-.u
want. K'.:l.l bv ail Iruir-iits in
Liquid, or in I'uwder to be t;iken ,
diV or inaile into a tea.
tlnn llio 7. 8nnp in rrl on umpper,
fl. rriMSA CO., l'liiIf.'Ul,1i!'ia, P-..
A Batigatn! A complete newspaper
and Job Office out -fit for Sale, at a
barg -.tin. For particulars, etc., address
Juo. W. MvKenzie, Salisbury, N. C.
hereby announce myself a candidate forj X
oflice of Register of Deeds of Ilowau 4
Durbaui Sun: It will be remember
ed that some time last Spring Mr. Ben
Kinnon. liviDg about five miles north
west of Hi llsboro, was beaten and rob
bed of several hundred dollars in his
own house. Soon , after the robbery
two voung men came to Durham and
one of them was pretty free with a
$100 note. Charles Simpson and Will
Dezern ere suspicioned. Tbey were
arrested and tried at the last term of
Orange Court, held' this week. The
defendants plead guilty of burglary in
the second degree. They were senten
ced to twenty-five yrars each at hard
1 abor in the penitentiary.
to his feelings in
$100 ReWd $100.
Tht readers efthfs-papyr will be pleased
iti le.trn that there is at lenrst one dreaded
i ! iiseaie that science, has been qble to cure in
; 'ajirtts stages, and 4bat is Catarrh. Hall's
1 atarrhure is the - only (positive cure
'. known to the meditjal .'fraternity. Catarrh
- If iuftlcoustitutiotial diseud, requires a
ihstitutional -. treatment. x Hull's Catarrh
, jure ii taken 'jnternally, acting directly
.-i- ili'n the Wood and mucc.ns surfaces of the
;: ;it'in, thercbr dcsltroyingrthe foundation
- jjJ. the' tiisejise, and giving, ihe pat;c-t
, ?!'r-tipth by.buildjnw up the'constitu.Uo:. aij .
' ;j-sUtiii utare in itding- rtai work.' 1H
pmprivt have soi much faith in its work.
The proprietors have so much faith in its
curative i. powers, .that they offer One Ilnii
; ; !rel JMla'rs lor Any caie that h fails to
Jui- f .-1- CrtKNvf & Co., Tc.lcdo, 0.
. 15TS.:SqJ by Druggist, 7ic.- -
The surprising statement is made
that Josephus Daniels has been able to
put more people into the Government
Printing Office than any two senators
or, representatives from North Caro-ina.-
among the poor fays The New York icans had control of this country,
bun. ;, 4iie-fmaciWion;thiit conies ot and tbe peopiere now looking for
""::ra r, ; 7 V J 1 r rf und thp r eves and hearts, are
an iii-nouEisnea ooa yv a starving ' J . . , ," .
w thout hnbsrer. Uverv phvMemn tnmea to megreai pnuc.uiw i
in NewlYoHv, from whatever" social Grand Old Republican-Party for
circle his patients areldrawn, treats-j that relief, and nowhere el?e, There
i ? i ;.: . j i i: fni. i ' .....
many acnytwesoi b ih?v .tu mi x has been a time in the history
. , . , r,., of our lives when the voters are as
derstood, is really a device to feed willing to vote the Kepubtican ticket
ineseKirviug men ana women wno as tney win oe tins iau, uu m
perish for lack of nouiishmeiit in the mv solemn opinion that we will not
be true to the principles of our greac
party unless we give them an op
portunity to vote their principles by
nnminatincr a full Renublicau State
Hoping that selfish ambition may
be laid aside and that all the councils
of our party will be with an eye
The Reform Advocate, issued from
Statesville,! in the interest of the popu
list party hjas made its appearance.
The Raleigh News and Observer is
much improved under the new man
agement and we hope it will be sus
taiued in a .manner sufficien to
warrant further improvements.
Do yoiL hate headache, dizziness, drow
siness, loss of appetite and other symptoms
of billiousuess? Hood's iSarsaparilla will
presence of plenty.
"I had an attack of the grip and was
not able to leave m y room
for' four nionths. 51 y b 1 o o d
became S;! t f h i n and watery aud
I had no appetite. I; took Hood's
Sarsaparilla and now I am able to
walk a good distance Without feeling t whlt jg just and right, and
tne teasi t.reo i navtaicen nve oot- . tQ the d of the
Hps of Hnnn's Sarsnnaw In nnn if. nasi.
entirely! eufed me; It ha3 also cured a People,
terrlblet: cmigh with which I suffered." I remain your most obedient ser
Olaer Whitesidel Chimiiey Rock, N. C. vant. . J- M. Moody.
FOR CLERK SUPERIOR COURT.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the office of Clerk of the .Superior Court ot
Rowan County subject to the action ot tlie
democratic uomiuaung coini-nuo".
W . (Jr. ATSOX. j
FOR SHERIFF. j
T hereby announce myself a candidate for !
the office of Sheriff of Rowan County subject :
to the action of the Democratic nominating ,
T 1 M !
convention. j. .h. .uoauo.
REGISTER OF DBHDS.
Countv suoiect tt me acii ,
cratic noiiunating convention.
II. N. 00DS0N.
l hereby announce myseit a canuiuaie iur
the office of Treasurer ot ttowan oouin iu-
ject to the action of the Democratic noiiunat
J. Samuel MrCrnnixs.
FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Cotton Weigher subject to the Denn -cratic
11. A. USHER.
FOR COTTON WEIGHER.
T l.erehv announce myself as a candidate
for Cotton Weigher of Rowan county, sub-
iect to the Deraocrotic nominating coinen
A Certain Safe and Efleclive Remedy lor
S0RE.WEAR and INFLAMED EYES,
Prwlucing Ijona-Sifthtrilnofix, and j
Itestoriny the, Hifjnt e .
Cores Tear Drops, Granulation, Stye !
Tumors, Red Eyes, Matted Eye Lashes, j
AND PRODUOrNO QUICK -RELIEF
f' ANQ PERMANENT CURE.
Also, equally eftlcneiwid when rIn
otlir mnliulie, nnch n I1cts I e-r
HoreM, Tmr. Knit Ithoiuii, Burnn,
IM1, or wlMTewr ln!anialn xlt,
MITCHELl. HALVE iiwiy be uMa to
SOU) BY ALL DRUGGISTS AT 23 CENTS.
rmnnc ?n rrrnrh mnffi than
Itl Vfc -w
you imagine serious and
trifling ailments neglected.
Don't play with Nature s
J greatest gift health.
If you are feeling
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
have no appetite
and can't work.
be mil at oncetak
ing the most relia
Brown s Iron an
ten. A few bot
ties cure benefit
comes from the
very first dose it
won't ttatn your M
ttetn, a n a 1 1 s
pleasant to take.
tf r m
RAILPiOAD, FARM, BARDEB,-.
Cemetery, Lawn, Poultry and Ra&it 'M
lfiOUSA'Di OF BILES IN LSI-. - s
FIUE. FKKK'iHT I'AliJ -
THE MULLEN WOVEN WSSE FENCE tU.t
U4, 115, 118acdl20N. Market St., Chicago, IB.
IB I X U
Bsa &. Esa
V7l S J 1LF
t Al'E, T f - ' t .
AS A f'SEV-
be ci.ro. . 1 1 .-
VAw'm Cilihrell, Jrali-
J. E. Bkio(;s.
Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood
.Malaria, Nervous ailments
Gel only the penuine it has crossed red
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub
stitutes. On receipt of two sc. stamps we
will send set 6f Ten Beautiful World s
Fair View and book tree.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MO.
THE NOETH CAROLINA
fcllep ef Apicnltnre asi Me
Offers Tliree Technical Courses:
The Course in Agriculture;
The Course in Science;
The Course in Mechanical and Civ
Aufi with each a good academic educa-
I inn . Fih course is oroaa and
thorough, and the insulution is now
ciuii)pe.l for cxcelknt work. Expenses
very mo.leratc. Session opeus Sep
tember Gth. !
For Catalogues, address
ALEX. (i. HOLLIDAY, Tre.,
List and Circulai- and v-
find it to your advai'it:- to i
tiU'l clot lie-
cleaned by us. ah woi
an teed or no charge. -
COLUMBIA .STEAM DYE WORKS.
17: Maiv St., CoU'.mp.ia, . C.
SAtisiiunv, x. c. :
llood's Tiills cure inJigession.
Subsenb for the r Watchman
from liowluDtil December 1st for
I W:int every man and woman in the Uni
ted. (States iiitercsred. in! the Opium and
NERVOUS PROSTKATION . DEBILITY , AND
Whigky hiibits to have onp of raj books on
thesi dilenses. Address B. M. WOOLLY.
Atla!nta,(;a5Box 380, and one will b- SPtittTCtE, Allania, Ga., or P. O. Box 74,
joajjire .- 5 i - I Georgia.
A postal card witU your address secures it.
Write nW to NATIONAL SURGICAL IXSTl"
GIVE US A
ATI LK tU nx
IUI UlUUli Ul uuuuw
The 93rd Annual Session begins Pep-
teinler4th, 1894. Register for last year
340. Special features -.the develop;
meut of Health, Character and Intel
0nt r,iiillinrs ihorotiehlv remodelled.
first-cla-s schools in Music, Art, Lan
guages, Commerc-'al and Industrial
II. CLEW i L
TO THE .X-OKSEll.
I am better prepared to
..ri-s cheaDer than ever.
goods daily and buy al! kind-' - iT.tr',
produce; a-o agent fur lli- it!
galvanized backk-band honk; vn ;
rut from sweat or exposure to vveu.
SPECIAL 1 have J pairw;i -i
and 8')ine Indies dies- g 1- ",. I; ,
and will well at and below . A
all persons inueplt-o to n:. ? v
.-1 ! II 1
tlliy equipped Preparatory, Collegiate n!e or mortgage for .a-' y
Qd Post Graduate Lepitrtment besides J aud settle and save
TRIAL. i J. II. CLEW i Lt J rn c jXU, p - , , : j
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