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1? otjt of noTte" witi hpatflche. ?m!Jf
tarter. UWTU liwr. pain inbackor "We.con-
Af ew dose restate to uew Health and rifor.
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JSK THF BAllhEL UTf
ENNISS Drug Store.
July 0, '65 tf.
FRESH TURNIP SEED?
The Earliest and Bst Tuiuilp Seed for
reduced price, at
all kinds, at
CHEPER THAN BVER.
Rubber Rings for Fruit Jaraj at
SCARR'S PRESERVING POIDIS
For Side at
THE BEST AND CHEPEST
For Threshers, Reapers, ana Mowers at
If you wantyoor prescriptions put up
cheaper thau any whefielse go to
Etf HlSS Brag Store.
J-Ty, 6 'oo. tf.
Enniss' Blackberry Cordial,
Disentery, Diarrhoea, Flux, &c, for sale
At L.MJy Drug Store.
t i t. 'i
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our office Is opposite the V. 8. Patent Office, and
ve can obtain Patents In less time than those re
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write to C.A.SNOWACO..
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self-sacrifice, and denial may be
swept away in an hour's time.
Don't run any further risks but
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CRAIGE & CLEMENT,
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Feb. 3rd, 183.1.
A Radical Cure FOR
In Young AMMdla
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PLAN' OF ORGANIZATISKN uir in sav-
CRATIC PARTY OF NORTH CAKUU.n.'.,
Raleigh, N. C, June 16, 1886.
The following is the plan of organiza
tion heretofore- adopted by the State
Democratic committee for the guidance
of the party. :
i .t in
1. The unit of county organization suau
ho the township. In each township mere .
shall be an execuuv. ,
sist oi nve active scuv . , . , vi. il
be elected by the Democratic voters of is raised, just enough to allow the ovi
the several townships in meetings called positor to be inserted. After the egg
by the county executive committee. And 8 jajd the skin is doubled back over
said committee so elected shall elect one egJ? go ag to wrap it up. Last of
of its members as chairman, who shall jjgUgfr crescent-shaped mark is
preside at all said committee meetings. . r""'" , . , 1 . , ,
prr ml " i 0k.-n ..ti L. made around where the egg is law.
m;tta ohu mnvMe at the meetings of
the several county conventions, or at
any time and place that a majority
less than ftvr members, one of whom best witnessed in the cool of the morn
shall be designated as chairman, who ing, when the insect is not so shy as
shall preside at all of said committee
meetings. ' j
s 3. In case there shall be a failure on the
part of any township to elect its executive
committee for tne penoa oi ininy uajs,
the county executive committee shall ap-
point said committee from the Democrat-
ic voters of said township.
4. xnememoeraoi me uwnuip ww
ring in said committees.
5. The county executive committee
shall call all necessary county conventions I
by giving at least ten days notice by pub
lic advertisement in three public places
in each township, at the court nouse
door, and in any Democratic newspapers
that maybe published in said county,
requesting all Democrats of the county to
meet in convention in their respective
townships, on a common day there stated
which said day snail not De i
three days before the meeting of the coun-
ty convention, for tne purpose ot electing i
their delegates to the conventions, inat
in Ihfl ennntv nnnvent nn frmn the voters
a . -
gates, or such of them as shall attend,
shall vjte the full Democratic strengtn oi
their respective townships on all ques-
riAna 4knt m a r AA1T1 A hAfAM t Via QQ 11 PAHTI.
i iuii sunii v uciu iu out amwv i
ninsiianf ft nf snid rail, or no election
shall be made the township executive
committee shall appoint such delegates,
O. r-acn townsnip anau ue euuueu w
cast in the county convention one vote
for very twenty-five Democratic votes,
and one vote for fractions of fifteen Dem
ocratic votes cast by that towship at the
last preceding gubernatorial election :
Provided, That every township shall be
entitled to cast at least one vote, and
each township may send as many dele
gates as it may see fit.
7. That in cases where townships con
sist of more than one ward or precinct,
each of said wards or precincts shall be
entitled to send delegates to county con
ventions, and shall cast its proportion
ate part of its township's vote, based
upon the last preceding vote for Govern
or in. said township
8. The chairman of township commit-1
tees shall preside at all township conven-
tions; in their absence any other mem-
ber of said committees may preside.
9. In cases where all the township ex
ecutive committees are required to meet
for the purpose of electing county execu
tive committees, said meetings shall be
represented in said meeting.
COUNTY AND DISTRICT CONVENTIONS.
1. The several conventions shall be en
titled to elect to their senatorial, judicial
and congressional conventions, one dele
gate and one alternate for every fifty
Democratic votes, and one delegate for
fractions over twenty-five Democratic
votes cast at the last proceeding guberna
torial election in their respective coun
ties, and none but delegates or alternates
so elected shall be entitled to seats in
said conventions: Provided, That every
county shall have at least one vote in
each of sajd conventions.
2. The chairman, or in his absence anv
member of the county, senatorial, judi
cial and congressional committee shall Call
to order their respective conventions, and
hold the chairmanship thereof until the
convention shall elect its chairman.
3. The executive committees of the
.senatorial, congressional und judicial dis
respectively, shall, at the call of
their respective chairmen, meet at some
time and place in their respective dis
tricts, designated in said call. And it
shall be their duty to appoint the time
and place for holding conventions in their
respective districts: and the chairman of
said respective committees shall imme
diately notify the chairmen of the differ
ent county executive committees of said
appointment, and the said county execu-
live committees snau torthwith call con-
" i ivt I'll n UU Vttlt A7U
vent ions of their respective counties in
conformity to said notice to send dele-
rrntnr, 4 i .1 J ! i . I
said respective district conven
1. The State cou vent ion shall be com
posed of delegates appointed by the several
county conventions. Each county shall be
1 a . , . w
entmeci to elect one delegate and one a -
ternatc for every one hundred and fifty
Democratic votes, and oae delegate for
over seventy five Democratic,
therein at the last nrecedinir
1 S-i . . . .
o"r " iSSS? rr. C It.
hat rtaiA I
titled to seats in said contention; provided
nav every county shall have at least one
vote m said convention.
1. -euch dalecrates (or alternates of absent
delesatc as mav be nrw,nt t nv n".'
rrti nnnvrnti.m ii f,
the wuole vote to which their township or
county may be entitled.
8. In all conventions nrovided for bv
. my i j i
nis system, atter a vote is catt there shall
the chairman of said convention.
3. All Democratic executive, committees
snau nave tbe power to fill any vacancy
"u tiicir respective Douiea.
4. lhat the chairmen of the different
county conventions shall certify the Hats of
ueiegates ana alternates to the different
district and State conventions, awl a cer-
tibed list of said delegates and alternates
to State conventions shall be sent to the
secreury ot the state central committee.
r or sue commute, R. II. Battle, j
B. C. Be c k with. Secretary.
Fitness ef Things.
They were arguing about the usefulness of
W lmt would you think,'' said the minister
impressively, "if you met an angel cominir
down the street with a cigar in its mouth
" V ill " . I tt t .
. "' wii me Binucr, would you
muiK it you saw one in a plug bat and a pair
of ear muffs coining up tbe street?"
Vice stings ueven in our pleasures,
J but virtue consoles us even in our painrl
Work of the Curcuho.
It is for the interest of farmers to
learn the habits of this pest, as it is the
chief difficulty in growing plumbs, one
of the most profitable fruits thai the
farmer can cultivate. The insect never
lavs but one esrflT in a plum: in the
cases whore two eggs are found in the
same fruit they are laid by different
insects. It takes a enrcubo fully hf-
-th a gmall pieCe of the skin
The obiect of this is to deaden the skin
go that the arrowth of the fruit will not
prevent the egg from hatching. The
process is a very interesting one, and is
mid - day.
Catting and Housing Tobacco.
Do not be in a hurry to begin cut-
ting your tobacco until it is ripe, and
en0UKh uniformly ripe to fill a barn.
a thin ImrrW or shoe knife, well
, , , , ... .
siuirueneu. iiiiu wiauucu nuu a nun
ciowi aruunu tne uuuuic man nimm
an inch along the blade, will do the
WOrk effectually and be easy to the
hand. Try it. Put knives into the
hands of experienced cutters only men
who know ripe tobacco, and will select
plants uniform in color and texture,
and will cut no other. Have your
sticks all ready m the field, and placed
in piles convenient sticking a stick
vertically in the ground over each pile
mat rney may oe iouna wnen waiueu
p me sticks, rived three-fourths of an
tio nn nnn-fwirfh nh and
iaa.itiat.'TWAav.(&au wiil ivui v.. luviii uiiu
one.naf feet on drawn smooth, are
yuutt" V 1
otart togeiner two cutters ana one
stick noider tne cutters carrying two
row8 and the stick holder walking
ma a a
between them. The cutter takes hold
hand at the
a- 1 ! " .1 , o ,
top near wnere tne Kniie enters ine
stalk; with his right he splits the stalk
down the centre (observing to guide
fha bnifo cr. OB nnf. savor ha Utm
to within three inches of the point he
intends to sever the stalk from the hill
as the knife descends his left hand fol
lows the split or opening, and when the
plant is severed from the hill, by a dex
trous movement of the left hand the
plant is straddled across the stick in
the hands of the bolder. When the
stick has received about six medium
plants, if intended for bright, it is
ready to go to the barn, either carried
by hand if near, or hauled on a wagon
if distant. If it is necessary to use the
wagon, prepare a bed sixteen feet long
to hold three coons on mles. on which
place cut and &fter placing
imanhxTna M ,k; Vr of to n e
v v j a v v iuu vj ovivao vx v u w vr
bacco on each coop, dnve to the barn
to be unloaded.
Tobacco suitable for brights is best
handled in this way, as it is bruised less
than if handled bv anv other mode.
Try it planters, and know for your
selves. Very heavy tobacco will break
less if, after being cut by the above
mode, the sticks are placed gently 011
the ground and the plants allowed to
wilt before removed to the barn. But
tobacco if medium size bruises less to
handle it without wilting. Cutting and
housing by this mode you never have
any sun-burned tobacco. For brights.
it has been found best to commence
curing at once, as soon as the barn can
benlled. K. L. Raoland.-
Hyco, Halifax Co. N. C.
Late Corn for Fodder.
The capabilities of the corn plant for
forage have neyer been fully tested,
and are doubtless equal to most, if not
greater, than those of any other culti
vated plant. For large portions of the
South, and most warm countries, it
stands the one safe and reliable forage
and food crop, capable of feeding a
dense population and immense flocks
About the first of July last, after
the Irish potato had been dug from a
fa,f acre patch, we planted corn upon
it, following the old row, and dropping
1 1 , '. . . 0
tne seed one in a place at about three
feet apart. It came up very quickly
and regularly, and grew off finely and
rapidly. It was plowedHhree times and
once weeded with a hoe. A part of it
has now good ears of corn that will
make good, solid grain and, but for
the prolonged and distressing spell of
rirv weather fit at ovon vat niuvmL thio
L ..il,l L .1 ri .1 u
, .... w - 1 -
"?d top fodder fully
P9& f tue "J croP- We haVe not
uow 01 a uouDt now out Mat
good corn, in anv average season, can
Iv mode in th
Lr..n,k 1 1 '
77 " ttVc u cven wnen. Pian"
tea as late as the first or second week
m J uVm We mean tllls' SOOa. solid
corn for bread, with the usual crops of
blade and ton fnddpr thon if tbo
" r m - j v iiv ii i ii. vuv
farmer has reason to fear that the early
Pl-ted, April or May will not
.1 it , . , r
uo very weu, ne may plant more in
July, and if seasons are favorable, will
do about as well with the last as the
first. There is seldom any valid or
unavoidable excuse for lack of bread
in bouthern homes. Rural Messen
Com that is hilled will blow down
more readily than that which has level
culture. This can be accounted for by
me ,xaci mat 'corn roots run very near
the surface, and when hills are made
they are confined to the small space
covered by the hill, while in level cul
ture the roots run from one row to the
other, thus enabling the corn to stand
strong, as nature intended, and in no
wv Ivikki to b KW k
ji. i . ,
winds: of unusual violence.
Mr. Dana, of the &m,4s reported to have said
that tbe editor of a newspaper, in order to be en
tirely free and untrammelcd in his work, ought
to hav no social relations whatever, and henm
he has never joined any society, club or a foci- j
Hever Saw the Like.
"What was the matter with your son
when he died ?" was asked of an old
"JNothin da matter wid hem when
be died boas, only dat he was dead."
Yes 1 know but what caused his
"Ole age sah.n
"What, your son die of old age?"
"Yar, san.n ,
"How. then is it that yon hare not
"Ain t oie ernuff 1 reckon.
"Then how could your son die that
"Dase he wnz older den me.
"How do you make that?" Jfc
"Libed faster, sah: libed faster ndes
dat I blebes Fse one o'de ninted. Boss
wush yer'd gen me er piece o'dat cheese.
Too ole fur white folks ter eat.
Thankee sah, he added as the store
keeper turned to tbe cheese, thankee
sah," putting a couple of mackeral
under his coat.
The grocer gave him the cheese,
smiled in a disguised way and asked:
"wnat nave you got under your
"What makes it stand out so?"
"Swellin' in my side, sab.."
"Let me see," placing his head near
the "swelling." "Let nie investigate for
1 used to be a doctor.
"Yas, sah; yas, sah."
"There is a peculiar smell about
"Yas, sah, dat's whut I hear
"And.' putting his hand under the
old fellow s coat, "it seems strange
"Oh take de blame fish ef dat's
whut's yer's airter. Neber seed de like
in my life. Man kaint go out fUhin'
an bring in er few pearch lessen
some pusson wants ter 'speck him.
Neber did see de like." Arkanmtc
A Solitary Horseman.
Captain Nigglesworth, who is a can
didute for the legislature, stopped at
the unpretentious house of old Sam
Saber. After supper, while the candi
date was sitting on the porch, smoking
a cigar, Saber s little boy shyly ap
"Come here, my son. Sit on my knee
Zsow you re hxed. -Do vou go to
"No, but me an' Dick killed a water
"Were you not afraid he would bite
"Ho, he couldn't bite. I could git
outeu his way an' hit him with a
"My little man after awhile you can
tell people that you sat 011 Cap, Nig
"Ho, that ain't nuthin' ter tell. 1
sot on my pap's knee yistidy, an" he's
"its, it would be something to tell
for I am going to the legislature."
"Pap says you ain't."
"What?" putting the boy down.
"Yes, when he seed yer coniin' he
said, "yonder comes dat blamed fool.
He thinks he is going to the legisla
tor' but he ain't got sense enough to
holler when he's dog bit. That's whut
my pap said."
A few moments later, had the night
not been so dark, a solitary horseman
might nave been seen riding along the
old military road. Arkanmtc Trav
eller. A Queer Rat Story.
A rat while attempting to escape
from him i an enemies in the electric
light station in Reading, Pa., a few
weeks ago, jumped directly from the floor
on one of the brushes and was thrown
back to the ground. He lay motionless,
apparently and certainly dead, but with
out even a hair turned. One of the
employes was sent with a shovel to
gather it up, but as soon as the shovel
touched it the rat fell to dust with a
little cloud of particle rising from the
place where the body had seemingly laid.
There was no vestige of hair, flesh or
Strikers Turned into the woods.
Chicago, 111., June 28. A special dis
patch from Grape Creek Illinois, says the
miners who went on a strike, May 1, are
being turned into the woods like so many
cattle. They struck for 75 cents but sub
sequently ottered to arbitrate. The com
pany declined and placed a strong guard
over its property and notified the strikers
to vacate the hoses they occupied. The
men sought relief in law, nut tne coun
decided on June 2d, that the leases were
valid and the houses must be vacated.
The men were given until June 21 to get
out, but failed to comply, and last week
they were forcibly evicted.
The strikers, with their families, num
bering about 1,000, are camped in the
woods and subsist on the pittance aoiea
out to them by the union. It is asserted
that but for a few professional agitators,
the men would long ago have been back
to work. Their condition is depwraDie.
Sanger I A neglected cold or cough may
'eadto llieumonta.f "onsumpt ion or other fatal
disease. Strongr's Pectoral Piila will cuie a
cold as by matoc Bent thine for dypensia.i n
digeaUon, tick headache a tSonsauda testify
BEAuTlKt L BOOK.
tbe tmmn Msssl
inl pver DUb-
ltehed. Seud Fifteen
Ceat m stamps for
sample copy, also our
wanted mmwrnfmrn. Ad.
. a f- D1Y8 TKUL.
i. kA work
nt thp k
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Students about to enter the "Battle
of Life' will be supplied at reasonable
terms with essays on the "True Road to
Success," "I'd Rather Be Than Seem"
and "Beauty versus Duty," on applica
tion at the omce of the floxawottamie
Female College, which has just gone
into insolvency on the eve of eom-
mencemeut. Philadelphia Xeics.
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Row. D. A. ATWELL
Agent for the 4 'Card wellThresher."
Salisbury, N. C, June 8th tf.
The Watchman is devotexHo the best
interests of the people of North Carolina;
to the development of the State's indus
trial resources; to her farms, her forests,
her minerals and her water-powers.
It should be in your family. Subscribe
A QUESTION ABOUT
Brown s Iron
of Unas Rm n Rrn'. n; .
thin,?" Wll. it doesn't But it dW. enrs .
't Bt ft doeaevre an disease
hrsicUn would prescribe IHOS
Iron as the Mat restorative
I or wnica a reputabin ply
TAnt knmrn tTTt
laadinc ehomical firm will i
tb1 tbor ar0 mlr preparations ot iron than of any
ffosfeafe that ireo is acknowleded to be tbe moat
imiKirtant factor in nuwuhl nuHm r
RHfiUfM's IRAN RITTPRCrdoe not injure
wiiienwii i a. 1 1 wtu. v
head vch or produce constipation all other Iron
medicines do. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
cu res Indigestion, Bilio nsncss, We akn ess,
nyepepeJa, Malaria, Chills and Fevers,
Tired Feelia,5enernl DeMIRy.PaJa in the
Side, Back or Limbs, Headache sad Neural
gin for all these ailments Iron is prescribed daily.
BROWN'S IRON BinERS.tTcSttt
minute. Like all other thorough medicines, it acts
slowly. When taken ky sua the first symptom ol
bsneBt reosaia soetay. The muscles then became
firmer, tbe difeetion improves, the bowels are active.
In trommt the effect is usually more rapid and marked.
Tbe eyes begin at once to brighten: tbe skin dors
"F healthy - 1 r r irssi In TTii ilmsss. nnsiuss
disappears j functional deranireinenU bawSBe ream
lnr, and if a nursing mother, abundant sustenance
fa supplied for the ehild. Remcmtr Brown's Iron
Bitters la the ONLY iron medicine that is not
injurious. Fky$iciauM ami DmfgitU reeawtatrnd it.
The Genuine has Trade Mark and cm ud rod Unas
on wrapper. TAKE NO OTHER.
given away at Lnniss Drug
Store. If you buy one dollar's
worth of garden seeds or drugs
1 -W-v -W- a w a
or meaicines. IJr. K.NNI8S win
give 10 papers of fresh garden
seeds free. ALSO Tobacco seed
free for 50 cts. worth of ga rden
seeds or medicines
SOMETHING NEW !
that will not break by heat, tor sale at
DIAMOND DYES - All colors you
wish at ENNISS'
DON'T FOHGET to call for Seeds ot
all kinds at ENKISS
TO THE L ADIftE :
Call and see the Flower Pot at
IS THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED
as big as a barn door down to most delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
jscbaol aas $att ptognraints,
OF ALL RINDS
Court and Magisterial.
lf':" Mr Wm mtt
1 gar orders solicited and satisfaction guaranteed
. I i I : a
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS AND STORE
I guarantee Shriners Indian Vermifuge
to destroy and expel worms from the hu
man body, where they! exist, if used ac
cording to directions. You are author
ized to sell it upon the? above conditions.
David E. Foutx, Proprietor, Baltimore,
Md. in i
SEEKING HOME PATRONAGE.
Gash capital j $300,000
Total assets ; $750,000
Insures all classes pro
perty at adequate rates.
Losses promptly ad
justed and satisfactori
ally settled without any
J. BHODES EBOWNE. Prest.
J. Allen Brown, Agt.J Salisbury, N.C.
For Sale at this Olce :
Land Deeds Real Estate Mortgage Deeds. ...
8hertll Deede of severuljdiffereint forms ;
Chattel Mortgages Mortgage Sale Notices;
Magistrates' Summonses, Executions. Sobpeenas
-Witness Tickets Transcripts. Ac.
Bastardy Warrants and Dona... State Warrants,
Ball Boads . Peace Bonds.. .Appearance Bonds,
Appeal Bonds Prosecution Bonds Ejectment
Writs summary Attachments.. .Bonds to make
Title Sale Notices f orAdmlnlst rators.
A full line of Solicitors Indictment forms.
Numerous blank forms for Superior Court Cleiks. . .
Several forms for use of Attorneys
And many Miscellaneous.
AU which will besoldlow...iBlanksof any and all
kinds printed to order In belt style and on good
paper at very low figures.
12 vols, ot Scientific Amercan,
1 No. each of Jones' Law and Equity.
85o lbs. Bruce 's second hand Bourgeois tied up..
25 or 3o Fonts advertising display type.
lo Jobbing Fqnis.
loo lbs. Large Bnriler type.
EsT"One complete stock of Print irg uiatorialfor a
five column paper aud Job Ofiice, presses- Included.
BMany of the above Blanks and nearly all the
printing stock, will be sold very thcup for cush or
on short lime. $
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
Western North Carolina Division.
General Passenger Cilice.
SAISBURYv J C. June 19, 1S86.
Commencing sunday, June 20f.h lust., the follow
ing Passenger Schedule, and Trtiln Service will be
operated on ihls Division.
THAIN NO. 52
Arrive I Leave.i
! traIn no. :s
I -Arrive Leave.
11 25an Salisbury. .. 5 30pm : p.m.
12 29pm Statesvllle 1. 4 21 4 23
1 32 Newton 1. 8 14 j 3 15
1 59 Hickory I. 2 43 2 43
2 4') Icaid . ' 1 58 ! 2 21
3 o : Morganton i., t 28 ! l 98
4 os Marlon f. 12 27 ;12 27
4 37 . Old Fort J. 11 66 ,11 57
4 52 Kound Knob. . 11 40 ill 40
5 29' Black Mountain,. 10 52 '10 52
6 21 r'Asheville .j 9 50 iu 01
7 21 Alexanders.....;. 9 16 1 m
7 58 Marshall -..I ; 8 40 8 40
8 55 Warm Springs. 7 20 7 47
Taint Pock , : hi am
Mail l ice
1126 'll 28
Salisbury . . .
I 10 17 i 10 17
Hickory L 9 49
Icard L 9 12
.Morgan I on
jOld Eort 4
Paint Rock s
TRAIN No. 7
j TRAIN No. 8
10 I "AM
xirtve I Leave
. 3 20 P. M.
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Trains Nob. 5o and 51 run solid between Louisville
and Salisbury cam In Pullman Sbeijer: between
Cinclnsttl; LoahnrUle and Knoxvllje alse between
Warm springs ann (.oiasooro. ,
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ana Salisbury carrying Lelghton Slbeping cars be
tween Chattanooga and Asheville.
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V. E. McBEE. Supt. AahevllleN. C.
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relieve all manner of disease. The informatlos
sua. nna mm aoout snsn sua you ami aiwaya
rres. sold everywhere, or sent by map for 86c. in
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mall for ocntS SS Stastpe. a 1-4 lb-air-tigtit tin eana. Si ;
er is absolutely
Is worth a do una of
sny other kind. It Is
at rlctly a Baedletne to
be (riven wit n
everywhere , or sent by mall for 35 ccuto
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letter of ndvlee In rdafn soalsd envel
A Life Experience. Rerrarfcable and
Quick cures. . Trial Packages. 8
stamp for sealed partlcularR. ahh1-
Dr. WAitD A CO. Louialana, W0
TJJX UNDERSIGNED has bought the Wat,
- known ROWAN COUNTY Am ,
STONE QUARRY of K. E. Phillips, deceased
and will continue to supply the public de
mand for Mill stones from this ceubraTI
Gstr-eo well known throughout this country
for Us superiority for Mill stones. Granite btack.
for Ornamental purposes. Monuments, c Ac
alsobe had at this quarry. Address, ,c ,tt
J.T. WYATT. SaUsbury, N. c
To the needs or the tonrtat, rommrrctai
ravleraiid new settler, Hosteftcr' f.iom
fh Bitters is peculiar!- ndaptet sine- U
'Etrengthens the diges'tivo organs, anj
braces the physical energies to unheal C-t-fal
influences. It removes and (treven"
malarial fever, constipation, dysiH'i.sia.
1 jalthlully stimulates the kidney nil
bladder, and enriches as well aa nurifi-
the blood. When overcome bv rutijruo.
Whether mental or physical, the van
and debilitated find it a reliable sonrec a
renewed strength and comfort. For sala
by all Drucsists and Dealers generally,
25 YEARS IN USE.
Tha Greatest Medical Trinmya of the Ajs!
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetite. Dowels costive, l'cin la
the head, with m dull sensation In tba
back part, Pain under the shoultlrr
Llade, Fullness after eatieg. vrith a dis
inclination to exertion of body or m led,
IrritaMiltT of t cmpe r , Low iplrits. With
a feeling-of hirrlns nr elected some du t y,
Wearlaeas. Oizzineea, Fluttering at tho
Heart. Dots before the eye. Headache
over the right eye Restlessness, with
fitful dreams, Highly colored Urine, and
TUTT'S pills, are especially adapted
to such eases, one doso effects such a
change of feeling?? to astonish the sufferer.
They Increase tne A r-pcii t c r.d cause the
body to Take on Klesta..t.'u:t tho rystera r
Boarisneft.nr.4l by their Tonic Action on
the li;estiveOrwans,1tesTilar Stools oro
prodno-fl. Price -"c.j4 t Miirrey St..Vi. .
Tims mm DYE,
Ghat Hair or Wixisscna changed to a
Gixtesr Black by a single application of
this DTK. It imparts a natural color, act
instantaneously, gold by Druggists, or
sent by express on receipt of CI
Office, 44 Murray St., New York.
Subscribe now for the Watchman.
IF YOU WANT TO
FILL YOUR GAME BAG,
All the Latest Improvementt.
FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS.
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Sporting Arms and Ammunition,
-281 t 283 Broadway,
D. H. LAMBERSON A CO.,
78 State Street, Chicago, IB.
ARMORY, - - - ILION, N. Y.
IAK II THE BEST IAIIEL IT SKILLED VlfKsKl
IEMEMBER THAT 001 GOODS ARE ALWAYS RELIABLE,
One Piece of Solid Steel.
NO HOLES OR R I VETS TO WEAKEN THE BLADE.
; SEND FOR CIRCULARS.
i REMINGTON AGRICULTURAL CO.,
I LION, N. Y.
Kew York Office. 118 Ckasahora Htreet.
isor or Dev
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around each box Is worth ten times the oost of a bo;,of.
oe loanxrui. una put I ms . usiai"i"'
sUrnpe. Dr. LB. JOHrTSON SiCO.. 23 C.H. st..Bon-
111 make hens lay
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