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TFe" Carolina atCIinia IL (correspondence of the -Watchman. ;
. ., pitv today; on uwmuc.
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I xfi T. v- aiu'Wir '
er fUtberMr,:J. W. McKea-
Married at therresidence .of R. A;
Raney B"q Mr. J.1A Shinn to Mis3
Linda Josey, Augnst 18th. -
Mr. G. W. Bruce, John eeiet Mon
roe Peeler and W. S JIarnhardr, have
formed a company to purchase the
Machinery pjaut of. J. vv. r rick luciud-
! Jley. rUtl " j. (irtn(rres3 j is situated on. -These enterprising
vanind'e.p'flei,t,dHi P young men expect to make some im-
Crops ip, the
This Continent Is Sinking
Aug 16. 4- Letters Prom The New York Times.
f rpm yearjv 2C-Southernf bankers The meeting the scientific sc-
scHtWred jU thway from Maryland eieties being held m Brooklyn are of
to Tekasmreglrd to crop prospects most instructive andnterttining
and rJusin4l conditions in the South nature, and marked attention isbe-
Ti,VSili district, i I ' " Improvements on the works, and run
, t ' Tintdu of the Shelby Re- everythicg on full time, Theproper-
l"U I " ... Ml 1 , l.
saw mill, piuiuiug mm. uiuiassca wui .a
ot .a few dajs in
and cotton gin.
t Owpni returned to the I Faith Academy is a success, and the
iSrer ending a W U U-UcUon u Ms
i. or i ipvk uuu i
pj&iB up tne w eru ;
Mrc R. M. Barringer left for Greens
i .iirA eh'p ro.4 to attend ivev.
.ro.c. o ; protracted
he beusiuc vi d,v -
niirt is in session this
wUJU.late is in his glory, shaking hands
with the dear people. I
Jude Win. R, Allen, whcucceed$
Mt. Gilead Locals.
Rev. G. O. VVilhoit is conducting a
meeting here this week and
ha heincr assisted bv Rev. J. VV. Suttles.
week and the ! r 41.7,
borrow money ;in advance on their years
omnai oa trt v l as rnfnrpi to na American
"""I'-V Jf;l - j jjfc.
Rev. A. K. Pool is conducting a se
ri3S of meetings at Wadeyille this week
Mrs. L, P. Bvrd has cone to Ran
judge Whitaker, is hdldiug McDowell dojph county, en a visit to friends and
ca'irt this weelc, nis nrst. - m r relatives
-Dr. Leith returned ; from a visit to
Missouri Monday night.
Mrs.. Kate Rige, xof Greensboro, is
visiting her father, M J. F. Birkhear,
' H. G. Tyson, commission merchant, this week.
Mr. W, M. Mask began work on Mr.
L. P. Byrd's dwelling hotise this week J
the Esauire is bavins a fine house
Rev. W. B. Scarboro has been eleet-
has movea into a xoonr ui, we
Ilutel. i s-
S P.rown has returned from a
f?v weeks sojourn; at i!owing liocK,
' r.t -T,1rkrrni!s Murnlivr of Salisburv.
ed nrinciDal of the high school at
brought-nts lamwj uwwu "j""- r., . , T- . xt n
.:ntu,r ,L- to visit, Mrs. Murohv's Arnoia Auuueiujf uca, 4.Ufilu,i,.v,
-i, 'r..''i t a r Ho. he left the 20th or his work.
u,;.,f -Pvteville Observer. iAiS3 Aaaie v,ovw, ui x .aSSvuWu, i
North Carolina rail vtsiung iir. . x xv..vh,
1 . - .i t nnillnn T'Zit; f 1-1 l t ll Cb i
JOatl WU3 BU1U lib auv,liuu j witviuuj ,
hid in bv Samuel Spencer for the - . . .
Prof. Joe Scarboro and wife left here
. f - s
A telegram was received here Tues
day stating that James Me rable, a
forn er citizen of this place was dyijQg
at Kew Port, Teiin.
; The members of Chestnut Hill Meth
oyst Church gave a lawn party tant
'Saturday night,,' in which icecream,
cakes, etc., tor the benefit of the church.
They realized a nice little sum.
Mr: J. J. Scarboro,! a . former citizen
tory to resume his school.
Mr. Jno. Suotherly. of Milledgeville,
was in town this week.
Mrs- Jennie KIuttz-and Miss Annie
Ilearu, of AlbemarLe, are in towu this
TUiss Daisy Gaddy, of Cedar Hill, is
vlsitiug friendin town this week.
Messrs. D. N. Bennett and Henry
Mills, of Norwood, was in town this
Mr. W. S. Ingram is just finishing
are published iallast week's Mauufac- '"g Paid to the ab,e PHPe J
turersl Refiord. IWith bd't'fiie or two learned specialists. One of the most
ezceptionsUhese letters report an un- lrtbi,e Papers read so far was that of
it.' 1;. ..- .l - .. n .f 1 xr o u..t u.
usually satisfactory Outlook for the rruiessor u. . opeucer, uciuie uie
agriculturai an great business in- Gtological Society of Amprica.
erests, of U-beg! entire South. The n 8 ritIn:r "uusur
decline in the purees of cotton two or made the announcement mat yie
reft years agoPforced SoutJiern far- American continent w siowiy sink
ersl who could not continue to ng. If this theory is correct, in
to come, there will be no
more attention to the raising of their SPencer lias raade experiments at the
own food supplies. The result has mouth of the Mississippi and in the
been a study decrease of indebtedness gulf of Mexico, anov jhese expen-
t Q,.Tiiiot..i foiriTiora Krnnbhr. nhnnr hnents have convinced him that
:! . ? J . I T ' 111 . ll
bv the forced bconomy of the last LLouisiaua ana otner pansoi luesur
two years, Indn almost without s ex- rounding country are $8,000 feet
m z -. m . c F . am 4 Vk 4 hir tnrr rtt-v r mm m 1 1
ception the reports from tne bankers uj nciouugiuan,.
sav that Southern farmeriowe less In referring to the West India
" i - :! . . .. t j : j n..i o z :j iL . l
monevthari ati any time si nee the is4anus rrojessor opencer sail mat
war. Added to these fovoraht con- several of them had had two or three
ditions they have the prospect of the periods of re-eleyation of from 200 to
largest aggregate crops from grain, 00 feet, and haC since settled,
cotton, fruits, and all else,! ever pro- The professor had also discovered
duced in I the outh. While the that there ,were many evidences that
drought infill. West has cut short the land m Florida had been much
he corn crop i hi that section, unusual higher with respect to the sea level
favorable (&nd?itious have I given to than atUhe present time, and "there
the South the largest cornlcrop that were also indications tluitsome of the
it has ever proluced.. Even should land had sunk within comparatively
the cotton cro yield .from eight to recent times.
nine million bales, as it will prol- -
, , , . '&yi Take it as you get in liquid or powder
ably do, provided the Season COlltm- formonv3ee that you get Simmons Liver
tubulin Indian Territbrv for some time, threshed over four hundred busnels o
tmvn vAt.ftr.ls.v- iiinmi-nfr nr.. wheat, makinir eisbt to one WUICU IS
couinanied by his vvii'e, On his return pretty good for this year.
.! - . . . -ll .L. (VtiU
to his western home after spending Prof, lv. tl. Skeen win opeu mm
Several weeks at his old home;
H. Wakefield, of Winston
will be in Salisbury, .at Central Hotel,
oil Saturday, September loth, one day.
Practice limited to lye, Ear, Noseaud
Throat,- ': !; .r '
Dr. J. B. Shearer,of Dayidson Col
lege; occupied the pulpit of the fust
Presbyterian church .Sunday, and
preached to a large congregation.
. -T. F. Young has returned from New
York where has been purchasing gdods.
IjTe also took . in, VVTabhiugtou while
Hon. Theo. F Kliittz attended the
liferent rail road sales Tuesday and
Wednesday, and asiiited in making
the sate?!. L
Miss Florence Miljer, of Watsonville,
who has leen visiting her siater, Mrs
J. A.. Lynn, of Versailles, Ohio, for the
past year, returned home yesterday.
John J. Manu, a ; well-to-do farmer
aiuL ..ii good citizen,; of Chatham
;coynty was driving along the road
during a storm Thursday when a large
tree was blown oh him, killing him
aiid his mule almost fiistaqtly. His
little son, who was with him, was bad.
injured iuterhally it is thooght will
die. . - . . j . i
WiFt Pope, a youitg white inan from
the' country was shot Monday night
while at a house of ill-fame, cm the
(corner of Lee and Libei ty street. The
. hall taking etiect n ? his hip- The
wounded man ven to his wafgon and
'remained herd during the remainder
of the nigkt, and the wound wps dress
ed Tuesday noruiug by Dr. W, W.
ilcKenzie. The Wound is not a seri
ous one and very little pain attached
to it.: If Pope knows who shot him he
will uot tell, but told two or three dif
ferent tales about it, so-we are iuform-
ed. ' ' . I '
The State Alliance at Greensboro
authorized tlj- organization of the
A'liance-Slanutacturing Corapauy, for
t'e purpose of manufacturing shoes,
clothing, hats'l&c; !; ' '
- The Democrats of the first Ten nessef
congressional district will uot uoraiu-
: ate a'candhlate but will vote for the
nominee of the) Prohibition party.
" Charlotte and Wadesboro received
their-tiis-t bale of new cotton yesterday.
declared for" the Appropriation.
Ffprntjio liockjDgTiim index,
It looks as if the State appropria
tion to. the Uniyersityl' iG be' made
campaign fesue. The candidates
for the Legislature in Anson county
were called out "at Lilesville and
;.si'a-Je to give their opiiiioa' on this
1 ai4fct. They favored aa undiua
'A : ; $100 Reward $100.
! The readers of th'ii papvr --will -he pleased
tbi lejirn tliat tiere-igrat learst ne drendd
beise that science has been atle to cure in
its stages, aod thijit' is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure a the only joitive cure
known to the itiedical fraternity. Catarrh
U'ing. a constitutional disease reqims a
pnstitutiinal treatment. Ilarlls Catarrh
Cure Is taVen JnternalTy, acti.ng directly
upon t!e blood and nmcous surfitces ot the
system, thereby destroying the; foundation
f! the disetise.: aiji giving the patscr..
Mreuth by buying up the'contitutio a
;5utiiig natnr4 in doing its ' work. T
-prgpnetoMhave so much 1'aithln its vrotk.
'JMie proprietors hve so muci faith in it;
CLr.it'w' p ,weri; thttt they offef ' v (T5 Huh-
iust., and the outlook is very favorable
for a good school.
Mr. J. L. Havward is on a visit to
Mr. Ed Livingston is confined to his
room with sickness. -
Rev. J. E. Thompson's third quarter
ly meeting held at Wadeyille last Sat
urday and Sunday was well attended.
The country wiUljail with a sense fj
relief the ending of the tariff struggle. !
While it is true itls not what we all
wanted and uotnvbat the Democratic'
party is pledged to but It is the best
tirat could be obtained on occount- f
the small majority the Democrats ha re
in the Senate?. The bill is along step
in the direction desiied, 'and we be
lieve before the Cleveland adminis
tration is ended the law of the party
will be fulfilled in regard to tariil
legislation. - AH reforms come by steps
and not in one jump, which is the best
in the long run. Iu all it is such an
improvement on the McKiuley bill
that all Democrats can accept it with a
hearty applauseSenator Ransom
when approached by a newspaper re
"The tariff bill is far better than no
bill at all. It might be still improved,
but we must uot forget that it reduces
taxation and raises sufficient revenue
to meet the needs of the govern uient.
It does does not carry out the idea oi
the democratic doctrine, but much may
be done hereafter to remedy these de
Mil SM Man
tinues favorable from now on ttie Rec-ulator. It cures Sick Headache, Bil
Value Of the grain Crop, owing to the Houbness and Constipation You need not
fs ( i make a tea ot it. A spoonful of the liquid,
large production Of COrtl Will ex- ora pinch of the powder, just before going
Ceed the Value Of the South's COttoil will insure refreshing sleep as though
ji j i you uau a new lease uu me, ouuipie putiv-
Crop. age powder 25 cents.
Duriog the hot feather impurities in' the The heavy rains have done great
blood may seriously annoy jyou. Expel Ljamage in the eastern counties of
,ZJ A-"fr 7 ' North Carolina. It is estimated that it
fc ; S 'I ill isv- rwrvrv ..t .1... U;-1r.
- tm i win Laite ?u,uw w pui iuc uuugcsui
A Weekly Weather Crop Bulletin. Wayne county back in good condition.
tl w..i,i.:- IKT..K- You cannot sav that you nave tried every-
;; -. T , thing tor your rheumatigm, until you have
Crop HulletinijSSUed by tne -Wort ll taken Ayer's Pills, hundreds have been
i- . :-ci..t.JW-..l.'- 2.L-:na. nr I cured cf thii complaint by the use of these
h i in ( or Pills aloue. They were admitted on exhihl
the Week ending Monday jAllgUSt 0, ijiOUAt the World s Fair as a standard cath-
1804, indicate the continuation of artic
favorable conditions in tlie iWestem The SoutheThMagazine for Septem-
and Central districts, but there has r contains as its leading article "Art
. : M, . . . -n i, tin the South," by that delightful writer
Kaon fnrk mnoh rain in fhft ri:istprn I '
i . on art matters, William Sartaiu, pre-
Uistnct. Hie aays nave pee n warm, d Uh repro,,uctions of master
witn aiternaung sue -vers auu suu- Dieces of DLrlev. Biiiirham. Clinedhiit
shine; the nights ,are beginning to Allston, : and other famous Southern
get cooler in line west. A number artists,
of local ' storms of hail ' and heavy Not one complaint has ever been made by
. , M . i f . . i I those using Ayer's .Sarsa par ilia accordinjr
Winds Were reported from the Central tQ directi3. Furthermore, xve have yet to
and eastern nortions of ttie tbtate. IU- learn of a case in which' it has failed to af
. . ? N , i-L 'i i ford benefit. So say hundreds' of druggists
juring crops, etc., over limited areas. Lllover thecountr. lias cured others, wil
Cotton isopeiingireely in the south; I cure you
cunugs of tobacco are geneially t Some days ago the Wilmington
Madisonville, Tex-, August 19. At
Midway, in this county, Mrs. Luciuda
Alien was seized with colic. Physi
cians and nurse, after six hours of at
teutiou nronouueed her dead. She
was dressed and placed in her coffin
and just as the cortege was about to
start to the graveyard, a neighbor
asked fora last look at her. She
thought she -discovered signs of anima
tion. The suspected corpse was taken
from the cotiiu, placed iu a tub of wa
ter and soon revived, thus escaping be
ing buried alive,
A special from Columbia, S. C.f says.
The third party people are beginn
ing to orgauize in this state; - Notices
have been sent out to the effect that all
who wish to join the people's party
should uotify P. J Eawl, at Lexing
ton, immediately. Rawl is secretary
of the people's party, a club recently
organized in Lexington. It is presum
ed that tbey will put forward a state
ticket-to be voted lor iu the general
electiou in November.
The father of Miss Sarah Flannia;an,
who was some mouths ago ran over
Nervous debility is a common complaint:
especially among women. The best medi-
d ticauucuiiur mis uisoruer is a periis-.
tent course of Ayer's tsarsaparilln to cleanse
and invigorate the blood. This being ac
complished, nature will do the rest.
Democratic Senatorial Convention
There will be held in the Court
house in Lexington, N. CM on Thurs
day the 13th day of September 1894 at
12 o'clock M., a convention of the
Democrats of the 26th Senatorial Dis
triet, comprising the counties of Rowan
Davidson and Forsvth, for the purpose
of nominating two candidates for the
Senate, and for such other business as
may come before it.
Aug. 16th 1891.
Theo. F. Kluttz,
S. H. Smith,
Emery E. Raper,
Ex. Com.'iGth Dis't-
is the man who never fails to read
our advertisement, and takes advan
tage ot the bargains we offer in
We are making some big drives in
fine SHOES (odd sizes; and Men,
Women and Children's first class
Our fall line will -exceed anything
ever shown by us here.
Jti. W. BURT fe CO.
yAmgi M' um m mi
Chamber of Commerce wired Setytto
Western District. Very few j Ransom to prevent the sale, as adveiv
nnfav.iral, h renorts were received usea OI lue weainer-service te.eg. -apt
,, s , I rm i li i line from Wilmington to Southport
u.o .r, k. The Senator could uot stop. the sale
warm, out tue nignts ar oegmnino but in regponge to thQ urgent a,)rea, Q
to get cool LOW. A hail-storm also his Wilmington constituents, dctermin
occurred oh tie 15th with but slight ed to save the line fr them. The only
damage at a few places tp fodder and way he could do-so was to put in a
tobacco. Although the icondition of ,eu U1U lo lw 1113 u,u
crops in some of tbe mtat western. and hf wf declared the purcbase.
i. i Yesterday he telegraphed the Chambe
cyuuMc -"""i ofCommerceof what he had doueaui
j i j ; r il.
general averse lur ihj ui&uiub s tendered them the line for the nurnose
1 t ,E- I
I very , good indeed. bveet potatoes desired by that body, with his compli
coming 'irt.'-J,odder-puliug begun, ments, or offered to let them have the
One or twofreports off-shedding of Hue-at the price paid by him.
C()ttou; the rjj.uits are reported to be Haywood county instruuted fo
growing verj laage. Some fall plow- Avery as the Western Senator.
ng hdibee'done, and some oats Do not .wear impermeahba!i.l rg'.-.t-iit!?:)-
phintedj. ; grapes beillg Shipped. sciap. Use Hall's Hair Renewcr occasional -
r.t hy WuggiH. 7.V,
THE KOBTH CASOLIHA
Cullege of Amcaltore aid- He-
. tlaalKl Am
OffsrsThrea Technical Coxltsse.
The Course iu Agriculture;
. The Course iu Science;
The Course in Mechanical and Civ
And with each a good academic educa
tion. Each course is broad and
thorough, and the institution is now
equipped for excellent work. Expenses
very moderate. Sessiou oixiiia Si-
For Catalogues, address ,
ALEX. Q. IIOLLIDAY, Pres.,
The 93rd Annual Session begins Sep
tember 4th, 1894. Register for last veur
345. Special features tha develnn. :
ment of Health, Character and Intel-
lecl. Buildings thoroughly remodelled.
Fully equipped Preparatory, Collegiate
and Post Graduate Department besides
first-class schools in Music, Art, Ln.
guaces, Commercial and ludustrial -Studies.
J. H. CLE W ELL, Principal,
Salem, N. C
Of North Carolina.
. Includes the College, the Unirersitj, the
Law SchooK the Medical School and' the
Summer Schaol for Teacher. College tuition
$60.00 a year; board $7.00 to 13. 00a mouth.
Session begins September 6. Addreba Prea-
deat N iuston, Cbapel Hill, N. C.
TT L. SPENCER,
B ITTrlDVPV 1TI liv
I'ffers bis professional services to the people
ot Mont (joiner) ana adjoining counUes.
i r. .t J
x means so mucn more man j jjjj jQgrp RAHSAY
Jyoa imagine serious and I v xvxu-uxx
fatal diseases result from I (bnrgetm Dentist,)
trifling ailments neglected. SALISBURY N. C
gy-Omc hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
110 MORE EYE-GLASSES,
9 Ti-vt-i't- ...!l- NTnhiva'i.
greatest gift health.
If you are feeling
Tha Old Friend
And tjio he?i friend; that never '
fails von, is Simmons Liver H'euvi
lalqis (tiiq li Z) tlutf's uhnt
vovj lie.-itfit.tiiO me! tion of this
ixcelicnt f Liver n-.L-dicitto-, fm
.oiVi Aol not -he jorfcu:t(led
,'aat anvtliimx olr.o will 7o.
It the King of Livor !Modi-'n.'-?;
is L'tt'.r thru and
.1;f3 tno .' '-e of Q'::;!'iie and
.iuloiacl. i .It iv ts dis-.'ctly on the
: -i.vjr, K idir v i 1 L av-' Id ai.d
'vcs n'V life to . th ; aLoIo sys
:u T!i: ; in th ; - V..y.h y- u
. ,:.t, j5hl l.v all I't im-tH in
,h:it:d, or ii"-L'uwdor to
h'o a .-a.
?: v PAciofj-E-
A BAUCiAix! A complete newspaper
and Job )!Tiee out fit for Sale, at a
bargain. For particulars, etc., address
Jno. W. McKenzie, Salisbury, N. C,
led by a shifting engine near
the Ada cotton mHls at Charlott, has
brought suit against the railroad foi
? The Republicans of Bumcombe in
convention endorsed the nomiuees of
the Populist state. ticket
ihe Colummat State sjiys: Yester
day Col. V. E. McBee, formerly gener
al superintendent of the Richmgnd &
Danville Hues in this State, returned
to the city. It is pretty safe to say j
that it will not be very long now be
fore the Colonel Will lake a most lu
crative and exceedingly prominent
place in the railroad world. He was
too good a railroad man to be at
leisure long. Nothing more can. be!
said j ust at this time.
Last Thursday tbe west-bound train
on the Western road came io a sudden
stop soon alter leaving Salisbury. Jhe
cause of the stop was a small boy be
side the track who gesticulated so
wildly that the engineer thought some
thing was wrong with the track. How
ever, when tbe train came to a stand
still the boy showed a clear pair of
heels. Ijtls supposed that he tried the
flagging dovy:ri as an experiment.
In the state of Kentucky there are
119 counties. Of these eighty-six are
democratic, thirty-three republican.
The average value of laud iu the demo
cratic couuties is $13.92 per acre; in the
republican counties $t.G2. The highest
averagedn a democratic county (Fayette.
is6S.40; in a republican couuty (Chris
tiau) 5ii.4o. Four democratic coun
ties average over S40. sisffipnvpr fton 1
Melons very ;p!entiful. j There will 'y. ad yo wiH not bc billtl-
he a vefy large crop of turnips.
THIN JVATERY TtLOOD.
: "I had ah attack of thej grip and was
ubt able td Ife v e m y r o o in
fdr four mouths. My blood
became t h i n and I watery and
I had no appetite. I
Sa rsapai i 1 1 a a u d now I
Congressman Woodward was yes
jterday renominated in the second district.
A Good Appetite
Always accompanies good health, ancH
an absence of appetite is an indication
of something wrong. The universal
testimony given hy thse who have
11 A . ' -
am ame to used Hood's SarsaparnHa, as to it.-
walk a good distance without feeling I merits in restoring the appetite, and
the least tired. I havetikeu five bot- 13 a punner ot niooa, constitutes the
a x. strongest recommendation mat can ue
a ana it nas.,. .i r.;.. . .i
ties of Hood's Sarsaparil
entirely cured me. It has also cured a
terrible coifgh with whih I suffered."
Olaer Whiteside, Chimney Rock, N. CL
Hood's Pll& cure indigession.
Raleigh lsitor: An insane man who
was here ysterday aftiernoon made
glad the heaVts of the clerks in several
stores,. by buying large Mils of goods.
He bought n infinite variety. He was
thus buying, when hisjfriends found
him. Laie fthe unfortunate man was
taken to the asylum here. He is from
Auson cotiny, and hence not entitled
to admission here. le was to-day-taken
to the hospital at Morganton.
Preside jit Winston, f the Univer
sity, says oyer 500 studeints will be in
attendance next term, and that he has
received thrice as many applications
for admission as ever before.
Under the McKinlej revenue law
whiskey ws taxed nihety cents per
gallon; un jer the new jtariff act, it is
S1.10 per gallon. Consequently, the
distillers; arid dealers rail over the
j country are paying the tax on as
. luuie tiiau rresideut makes the new act opera
and less than S3 - TIh-p kq Mn,k i - -. 1.. .
and less than $3. Three of tbe reDub
lican counties average over $6 and less
than $7, five less than $3, and two less
tive by signing it. f;The whkkey
trust will I$ave about $ 10,000,000
thus. . This extraordinary payment
of revenue?- ninetv cents "per gallon
l on about fifty uiiliioj gallons has
increased the "tro d retv-rve. which
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills, bil
iousness, jaundice, indigestion, sick
The end of hostilities between
China and Japan for the control of
Corea is not in sight. The battle is
about even between them so fa ,
though China has by far the advaii
i A t 1 i 1
tuge or numbers, and uoe not nave
to crosa water to get to Corea, while
r 1 t i i
japan aoes. Japan, However, nus
the advantage of superior armaments,
experience and skill. Corea is an
Asiatic peninsula projecting into-the
Yellow Sea and Sea of Japan, ami
separated from Japan by the Straight
of Corea. It has been opened to
foreigners since 1875. It is about
the size of England and thickly in
habited by the lowest type of man.
Its products are rice, wheat, rye, tot
ton, tohacco, fruits and minerals.
FOR CLE! liv SUPKlUK COURT.
I Iierebv tin uduih-o in vscl t' a c:iii'iii.i Lo lur
tiic oflii-e of CK rk of the Su;i-Tior l.'or.rt ot
Rowan Oounty 'su'ijoct to the action of tlie
Democratic; iroiuiuatitig coi! vcr.ti. m.
: W. Watson.
I herrbv nnaourice nivsdf a catili'!:itc lor
the oilice of Sh t.-ri 1" ol Rowan (.'oinitv iibj ct
to the action of the Deniuenttic nominating
convention , M. Mo.nkoe.
I hereby announce inysi'lf a c;unli,!ale for
the oilice of R-i;i5ter ol Dc .!s ot Knwan
t'onntv snbiect to thc;acuon of tlic Demo
cratic nomiiuiuiifr coiivi-iitio:i.
; FOR TIlR ASI'RER.
T hfr,h-.innoiiiice linvsc'f a c .xii'lidatc for
the gillie ot i rciisun-f ot lunwan i oiinty.-uo-
j.-ct to the iu tion of the Democratic iiominat-
J. SAML Kr: McCl'lliMXS.
F()R COTKJN WEKJUER.
I hcrebyJannoar.ee myself as ;i eamli lnte
for Cotton Weigher sui'jet to the Demi -er.i'.ic
nouiinatiiig con vtutioii .
H. . . P"l-HKU.
FOR COTTON WEIOIIEIl.
I hcrtby announce my.-eh' as a ciin-ii'latc
for Cotton Weigher of R .wan county, .sub
ject to the Demoerotio iioiiiiuatin conven
tion. J. E. Unifies.
out of sorts, weak
and generally ex
hausted, nervous, (
have no appetite
and can't work,
begin at once tak
ing the niost relia-,
inechcine. which is .
Brown's Iron Bit
ters. A few bot- (
ties cure benefit
comes from the ,
very first dose
won't slain your ,
teeth, and it's
pleasant to take.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
Women's complaints. '
Cet only the genuine it has crossed red '
lines on the wrapper. All others are sub-'
sthutes. On receipt of twp sc. stamps we '
will send set of Ten Beautiful World's'
Fair Views and book free.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO. . BALTIMORE, MO. X
A Certain Salt and Ettteti Remtf? lor
SORE, WEAK and INFLAMED EYES,
Rentoring the Sight of the old.
Cures Tear Drops. Granulation, Stye'
Tumors, Red Eyes,. Matted Eye Lashes,
AND PRODUCING QUICK RELIEF
f AND PERMANENT CURE. !
Also, eoaally eflleactoaa vbfnmed tm
ottir malaOlfM, raeb as Ulcer, Fever
Sores, nrnon, Halt 11 brum, ntirnt,
Piles, or wtierever 1 m (liun inal I ua extols.
MITCH ELI 8ALY naay be used t
SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS AT 25 CENTS. -
Wo commenced businesshero about
five mouths ago and have found it
mcossarv to enlarge our store room.
Mr. H. G. Tyson has moved down
utider the Central Hotel, so we will
knock out the petition that has been
-re. WRE ROPE SELVA6E,
RAILROAD, FARM, GARDEN,
Cemetery, Lawn, Poultry and Rabbit Fencing.
THOUSANDS OP MILES 15 USE. CATALOGUE
FBEE. FREIGHT PAID.
the Mcmullen woven wire fence co
114, 116, 118 and 120 N. Harket St.. Chlcaff. IU.
am nniniiM "hik six. Th mmo
3 F RRS.iiJ S lnctd dirtlo th. A
Lb llilWrt OAhow4MMo(thUiut4iriaaryOt.
-3 pu, iwquirat DO ebwe ! dMt ar
1 Kines tit'b Uks lntrcily. ht
A3 A PREVENTIVE
ty eHhT n It W lpoibl to emil i mm
my wmmHiim i; brttn Ufmmt
Ukm tlMdf Uiiwniimr Amacraa
with Oonorrhas ud CImC, Wmf
tMara. trim by mJ. pwlm fmt,,
$ I pu box, or 0 Lou In
Edwin Cuthrell, Salisb
Carolina Racket Store Ortmann Pays
and II. G. Tson. We are fitting the mn
bitck end-up for
and will sofn fill it up with the Hot
and Cheapest Good ever brought to
All we waul i-. for you to come and
see for yourself.
Your Money-saving Friend?,
REID ps5 HARRY.
Watson has ftirain hfpn
-nomiuuted bv th- Pimnlif. f.. -, i 1
v... ia.1. n - . . . ! is isow aoouL nrr.v-tnrri mi inn nr. -! h--,
1 aar, una iflcreusmg. f
NERVOUS PROSTUATION DEBILITY
A postal card with your p.rilress scenr? it.
Write nc-.v to NATIONAL vUK'iI( A!. 3 vr
or p. O. Box Tl. A'.j.i u...
SRJfE- IS THE BEST.
StW S NO SQUEAKING
FRENCH ENAMELLED CALF.
$ 5.5P P0LICE.3 Soles.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
You can saTe money by purchasiDe V. L
Because, vre are tbe largest tuannfactnrer cl
advertised; shcea in the world, and guarantee
the value by slampiif? the name and price on
the bottom, which protects yon against high
prices and the middleman's profits. . Our shoes
equal custom woric in. style, easy fitting and
wearing qualities. We have them sold every
where at ;rv. r prict for tlie value friTen th&a
bt-v c-!:t-r r.-ikt. Tce 1:0 , -.' - :e. If your
dealer cannot supply you, we c.a. Sold by
ler r?mr.i rano wil1 nh'rtiV 5.13-
Arent7Ti-v:i at ones-
SEND FUR OURbPRING PRICE
List and Circular and you will
find it to im advantage to have
yovr soiled clothes dyed or
cleaned by us. All work guar
anteed or no charge. -
COLUMBIA STEAM DIE WORKS,
173 Main St., Columbia, S. G.
J. K. RA.TISAY, Agent.
I w:mt every rr.nn fin'i w in in in tlie I'ni
t t.-tt--4 i'litr.-re-l in tii 'iyii h:
Wlii-'Ky liithf- .o n- r...
tbf.-? di. -'a A'li!rf : i '.'
Atiaata. tj.- Box 3-: iind t. , ; ,..
you Irt-e. ,
MY STOCK Of GOODS
- TO THE CORXElli
I am better prepared to skjII yoa Gro
ceries cheaper than ever. I receive new
gools dairy and buy ail kin of country
produo.-; abo agent for the celebrated
galvanized backk-barid hook; will not
rust fr m sweat or exposure to weather.
J?1EJIAL I have 200 pairs of shoes
and s -me ladies dress goods ou hand
and will sell at and be;ow ft. Aio
all persons indented to me, by account,
note o tnort?;!ge for !,a?t yfnr v;ill call
and se ' !c find save cost.
i i JULIUS EASNEABDT.