1 P '
Kerosene Oil !
BY TJIF PARREL AT
BKTKISS' Drug Store.
Julj , '85 tfl
FRESH TURNIP SEED I
The Earliest and Best Turnip Sewl fr
al. t ENNISS'.
Of all kind, at
redoeed prices, at
CHEPEK THAN EVER.
lubber Ring for Fruit 3Jn
SCAR'S PRESERVING POWDERS
For sale at ENNISS'.
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST
Fer Threshers, Reapers, and Mowers at
If yow want yoar prescriptions pat up
heaper tuau anywhere else go to
- " ENNISS' Drug Store,
jtfj, 6 '85.-tf.
Enniss' Blackberry Cordial
Disentery, Diarrhoea, Flux, See., for sale
At ENNISS' Urag Store.
Caveats, Trade Marks and
: . la
0uinert, and all other business to the V. 8. Patent
Offloe attended to for Moderate rees.
Our fflce is opposite the V:9. Patent Office, and
we can obtain Patent In less time than those re
mote from Washington.
Sand Model or drawing. We advise as to patent
ability free ot cnarge; and make Ao chary u.a tee
We refer her to the Post master, the Supt. of
Money order i)lv.. and to offliMalsof the U. S. Pat
ant office. For circular, advice, terms and refer
ncesto actual clients In your own State or county,
write to C. A. SNOW A CO.
Oppomc Patent Office, W atsuliigtun D. C.
FIRE and LIFE
Reprsenting a line of Com
panies equal to any in North
Carolina. Insures against loss
or damage by Fire, Lightning,
Wind Storms, Tornadoes or Cy
clones. Policies written on short no
tice at lowest possible rates.
Be sure and call before insur
ing your LIFE or PROPERT Y.
Royal Fire Insurance Com
pany of Liverpool, has the larg
est net surplus of any Fire In
surance Company in the world.
All losses paid as soon as ascer
tained without the usual dis
count for cash payments.
Office, next door to A. C.
at BRR CRAIOK. L. H. CLEMKNT.
CRA1GE & CLEMENT,
Attorneys A.X Xj.
Jausbuky, N. C.
obscured Ue aM. bf.
flinaLha akilll lKt.
sieiana. revolt frcm
A radical Curs
too tree lndnlaanea. er
over brain wort. Avoid
tne unpotujon ot prttit
t;otu rcnuuiet for thru
troubles. Oct ear Krt
Circular and Trial Fack
afa,aad Warn important
facta before taking treat,
m-nt elarwhere. Taks a
SI RE P.CMKHVthati!A9
CUBED theaaaada, duca
not tntrrfrrc wiih atten
tion to biuiucaa, or caaaa
pain or Baasanswlaass ia
any way. rounded en
actCBtiftc mdiral princi
p lei Bj direct appucatioa
to the scat of diaeaaa-its
PPCifte influence ia felt
without delay. The sat.
unl function of the hu.
man orjranion i reatored.
The animating element!
IrYouna; & MltidSc
TtsTso Fon ovRR8rx
Years by usi i n man y(
lof lrfe. which Ime been
3 waned areciven bar ar.l
One Month, $3.0O
5'wo Montna, - s.ori
fhreo afontha. 7.ooi
tine pat icntWome cheer
ful ar.d rnpidlTBaini bf!
tmrth and acxuai vif or.
KARRIS REMEDY CO.. MFDCRFJQT3
El U PTll? PSRSlk: ' Uch n Truss.
OJT Afk fir teg 5 f ot AWier rr
HORSE AKD CA K t
r?f nna w
Xis. - atru'r P
Ypaw I'ot r.
''" ft-i ' xit-aaa.
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pi c-, atrtt, Nittarfsra
ii - i!rt.
rantr'i r- . . )
PMKAaar t0 . .
FiC: -.' i'r-'t . i
Kk ss.r a !. r
int. A int.
J H. Ennfi
girls ttlk horse teciid it u tiie iau
puag of the groom. - TiH-S'?.:
j '3 S
. As to Tickets.
It mav be rteil at this time to state
how election tickets snouia oe pre-
fc - -V- . ,- 1 111 - .
Fill k M . . . I
i n.' names or uie viuei ju'w s
. . m . 1 J t
Associate Jpstices ot me oupremc
Court, of the seven superior Lourf
Judges and of the Solicitor for the Di-
trie, on one ballot.
The names of the Congressman.;
shall be on one ballot.
The names of the Senator and Mem
bers of the House ot JKpreeeniatrves u
shall be on one ballot.
Th immM of the 1 reasurer, Kegtster
of Deeds, Surveyor, Coroner and Sheriff
hal be on one Fallot.
The name of the Constable shall be
on one ballot.
Use only white paper, and discard
Items About the State Fair.
Governor Scales will deliver the open
Exceeding fifty-nine hundred dollars
in cash is offered as premiums
The Cattle Show will exceed any
thing of the kind ever seen in this
The excursion rates are so low every
one can afford to take a day or two of
recreation and pleasure.
Money spent in attending the State
Fair will be a profitable investment.
If you are of Northern birth, and
desire to attend the State Fair, it will
be to vour interest to correspond with
J. T. Patrick, Commissioner of Immi
gration. We hope all persons in this county,
who were born in Northern States, will
attend the State Fair, so as to meet the
Northern editors and home-seekers, and
speak to them of the advantages this
section has to offer. They can be of
great benefit to our native people at the
Fair and Northern Settlers' Convention.
Fairs in North Carolina in 1888.
Catawba Industrial Association, at
Hickory, October 19th.
Roanoke and Tar River Agricult
ural, Weldon, Oct. 19th to 22nd.
North Carolina State Agricultural.
Raleigh, Oct. 26th to 29th.
Fair of the Carolinas, Charlotte, Nov.
2nd to 5th.
Elizabeth City Fair, Nov. 3rd, 4th
Cumberland County Agricultural,
Fayetteville, Nov. 9th to 12ch.
Edecomlie Agricultural and Mt
chanical, Tarboro, Nov. 2. id to 5th.
Rocky Mount Agricultural and Me
chanical, Kocky Mount, Nov. 10th and
Eastern Carolina Agricultural and
Stock Association, Goldsboro, Nov. 3rd,
4th and 5th.
Mr4. W. Hood. holds the office of
Postmaster in this county at a little
country office, which of course gives
him more trouble than profit; and he
is also chairman of the county Demo
cratic Executive Committee. Well,
the great Postmaster General of Cleve
land's administration notified Mr. Hood
that he must give up one or the other
offices, whereupon he told Postmaster
General Vilas to get another postmaster,
as he (Hood) intended to work for the
success of the Democratic ticket in
this county. He did right, but ought
not Vilas and Cleveland to be ashamed
of themselves for trying to intimidate
country Postmasters. Charlotte Home
Democrat. Clover Seed.
The Rowan clover seed' has been on
sale in Statesville this season. It is
pronounced cleaner and betrer than the
Kentucky seed and sells for less money.
Yet at $5.00 per bushel, here are $5,000
dollars made by the Rowan farmers on
even 1,000 bushels of "their seed, and
this money is kept in North Carolina.
Our Rowan neighbors are setting a
commendable example. Our State
ought at least to raise its own clover
seed. It ought to raise and make a
great many other things which it now
buys elsewhere. Statesville Landmark.
The State derives a revenue of shout
$80,000 annually from thedrummeraMicense
tax. An Attempt will be rasde to abolish
We find the above item in the State
news column of tlie Monroe Enquirer
2&gre. Wo would not vote for sn.r man,
nor advise any any bodyeh c to vote ior an
man, for the Legislature, who is in tavort
sltolishin; this just tax. Now is no time.
when the people are expecting s reduction
in the tax on their real ami personal prop
erty, to be talkinr about saddl in" them
with $80,000 additional for the benefit of
the mercantile establishments of the i;reat
cities, which have no interest in os hevond
what they can make out of us. Land-mark.
Deception in Gems
A mortifyinsr discovert was made in a
Jeweler's shop, in Stamford, N. Y , this
ummer by a wealthy ladv from New York
City. During her visit to the vicinity of
Stamford she had occasion to have some
trifling repairs done to the setting of her
J 1 anaa.
niamoiiu earrings. J her were very costly
articles, the stones being of large 'size, so
the lady took herself to local inv.i.r
Probably with the view of impressing hi ui
wiiu me value ot the gems intrusted in his
care, she asked him what he considered thev
... . i. at.. z. . .
wvic mum. eaaiuinea iiu-m critieallv
for a moment and said that thev might
have cost five dollars. ".Wra dollars!"
aid the lady. Why my bualtand gave
twelve hundred dollars lor them." " I hen
he as cheated," said the jeweler, laconic-ally-
These are crystals, not diamonds."
An investigation at the house in New York
at whi.h they were iturchssed confimurl
the statement, ami thefirm discovered that
the earring had ben stdd by a dishonest
clerk, who pra ketel the difference tnt ween
tUH value and the price paid The firm,
to pave it$tepututio4i. replaced thc .rvstals
? "?im nwv. i he latly now wears
'"YjTV restoieti conOtlencaj. but
y " " " yreauer pleasure man tte-
j KdsuniHii; Willi HiflB SO 1 n
sly belt, ved them gtvuine. That is the
'!! !! p .rr.od n.ii,1
ii .' - it u ma tin I.
t- yi w i.s
, 'in to i uan.elos character,
rc.utar eiiu )... ,i, .r i, i. f
He threw hi right arm
Round her delicate waist.
And itle froin her lip
.Just a very slight taste
Of what sti'tued to be
A red-colored paste.
Aexident lie set.
The Augusta Chronicle savs of the
Jeff Davis letter.
"Sherman will not reply to Jefferson
Davis. He is struck dumb. Jeff. Davis
has furnished an antidote for 'March
ing through Georgia'
Let every thoughtful Democrat re-
iienil-er that IndenerfuVntism and Lib-
eruiism means tuu ami com ion 10 uie i
Republicans. Those who are not with
us are against us. All Independents
are disorg.inizers, anu OHorg-mizeers
Representative Willis of Kentucky,;
who tried to force the lilair humbug
educational Bill through the last House
of Representatives, was repudiated by
his constituents, and tailed of a renom-
mation. Served him right ; and other
humbugs of that sort ought to have
been served the same way. Charlotte
People who don't pay their little
debts give an excuse the scarcity of
money, but just look at the thousands
of persons who travel on Railroad
Excursions, and then the thousands
who have traveled about the past Sum
mer and this Fall for pleasure then
quit talking about the scarcity of
money, but speak of a general indis
position to pay. That's the difficulty.
- . - -
Umbrellas, when wet. should 1
placed with the handle downward b
drain. iiie moisture thus concen
trates t the tips .-mi falls iioin I hi
edge, iu.ttati of gutli:'r;n into
ioids of the iinlrvli.. .:mi thus
quicker :nJ tin. fabric is fjeUer
law Loes into
eff ut Nov
tO tCt 111 JL
1st. The iiiiv is destined
v.iy wtt. autioiu ttcl uy tus
The Philadeipliia Kccord
says: "from taicn iniormation as tie
has obtained Commissioner Miller
expresses the opinion that the tendency
of the law will be to largely increase
the domestic sale and consumption oi
oleomargarine for butter, thus accom
plishing just the opposite of what the
authors of the law intended."
The character of a true woman is so
exquisitly beautiful and glorious, that,
to paint it truly, and display it in match
less colorings, you must take a feather
from a peacock s narrative, dip it in the
dyes of sunset, and paint it upon the
wings of a thousand butterflies. Wil
a 1 a , t
Kisa Me, Too.
A young lady sat in an alcove at an
evening party with a bright young mil
itary man, her little niece on her knee
to play propriety. The company was
suddenly electribed by the exclamation
of the child:
"Kiss me, too, Aunt Alice !"
But the sudden shock was succeeded
bv a feeling of relief as Aunt Alice
4You should not say "Kiss me two1
dear; you should say, "Kis me twice.'"
They all decline.
Dr. Mot-t, chairman of the republic.in
executive committee, declined to call a
State convention of that party this
J. C. L. Harris and Thos. B. Keogh
declined to submit to the action of the
republican executive committee aud
called a convention.
Judge By mini was nominated for
Chief Justice of the Supreme court, and
he followed both factions of the party
Gol. Hargrove was appointed chair
man of republican executive committee.
No. 2 and to show he was in thorough
accord with all the factions he declined.
And to prove that the whole party is
in a decline the people of the State will
on election day decline to vote for any
of their nominees. News and Observer.
Yes," Pid the Chairman sadly, "our tem
perance meetinu last night would have been
more successful if the lecturer hadn't been
so ab-ent minded."
"What did he do."
"lie tried to blow the foam from s glass
of water." Nne York Sun.
A pupil read the expression
in a very vague fashion.
"Arms of the
What do you mean anything given in
" Wil I you tell me t hisyst her impatiently
any explosives from the eta!"
He was sent to the head in language.
"Gi mine a glass of soda," aid a tramuish
looking citizen, as he leaned up against the
counter in the r.bbitt House drug store.
"What syrup?" asked the fizzioion, with
bis hand on the throttle of the instrument
"htrawberrv and nectar cream."
The order a tilled, and as he tasted it
testingly, he remarked:
You get your water from a factory don't
N, ir." said the clerk indrgnsntly, "we
do not. We charge it oursclv."
The '.ramp inuirfd it all down and smack-
t d his lips ciilically
"lo vou mean to tell me that you charge
It right here ia this store?" he maum-d a
"Oertainlv I do.
... ,,... .
very wen, just , curse it. uooJ cven-
ing." and he aHd out.
Work every hour, paid or unpaid ; '
see only that thou canst not escape thy
: reward. Whether thy woik be nne or
coarse, planting corn or writing epics,
so only it be honest work, done to
thine own approbation, it shall earn a
reward to the sense as well as to the
thought. No matter how often de
feated, you are born to victory. The
reward of a thing well done is to have
Wm4Ib renewed utrenfth, or who aaffer f
UlrmlUe imlUr to their hi, akould
M " BE5T TONIC
Mmhinaa ban with Mrs saafcas
to&ics, and 19 invalunble for Diseasi peculiar to
Wstaaeau aad an who lead aadentarr Ut. It Eat
riches and I'uriflei the Wood, Stimulates
tha ADDetitp. Stretist liens the illnw- en and
NerTea in Utt. thaxuhw J uvigoratex.
Clears the om
It drift not hb
nplexiim. and makes tne sum rrr.i
arodaoa constipation all other Iron nedicirut do.
Mas. Eliza bit a Baird. 74 FarwaU Are.. Milwaa
kaa. Wis., aara under data of. Dec. aet h. .1884 : t
" I ha naad Brawn's Iron Bitters, and it has been
asaee than a doctor to aae, bavin cured ma of the
waaknoea lad me hTa in life. A l ccred nieof Ln
Mas Locsaa C Ba ao don . Bast Lock port N V
an: -1 hare saBerad untold miaorr from Female
Complaint, and could 1 1 Oat 1 rohef from nothiag
weept Brawn's Iron Bittera"
Oefniao baa above Trade Mark and crossed red linei
on wranuar. Take BO other. Made only Ij
BitOW.N CllkllCAL CO., ISALTlMOiiK. 1
If 'out of sorts' with headache, stomacn
disorder, torpid liver, pain !n back or side, con
stipation, etc , neglect mav be fatal. One dos i
)f Stroa .a Sanative Pills will giro niXfk
4 few doea restore to uew heaii.li and vljor
If you want to keep up with the time
tavke the Watchman you can't be left
of the up -i ior
a! Ahus term
' Foa.-I IJ P.
C : t H. iiM
' Mm 1 i
I M I i nblic
; i . i hf-lo; low -ui
K i count
I .V tj
i t !
Kim ii t loo " sit:;. amis" and
J G Kien.niii g lauds" adjii'min-j J (1
K in.ii "' North, M.o Carson on
h E ' -1 . .1 ' 'ii (';!' "15 ;:! "e PowlK'-on
.he : .i Ii. Mud .1 i) J.Int n and w f e
d I)i li R A o d on the YVet Con-
latntuu or.i hundred ami twenl'-otic acres,
together with eight acres more r Ic8
known part "f Ki pat ick lands, adjoin
ing J S i homp-oii and Iloboon's Heirs
and E. L Johnston. Terms of sale cash.
L. II. CLEMENT. Com'r.
Datt d Se, t. 23 .. 186 49:tds.
SOMETHING W !
hat will not break b heat, tor sale at
DIAMOND DYES - All colors yon
wish at hX.Mw
DON'T FORGET to call for Seed ot
til kinds at ENNISS.
Call and -,e the Flower Poi at.
" r. "
O 3 t.
c 3 K r.
3 " er
r. r i
ca i . 3
iiiKjiLY KNOWN FOE
In all forms and stages.
PURELY .VEGETABLE. '
It Cares whara others failed to five
Dr. B. B. Davis, Atliens, Oa.. says: "I suffered
with Citarrti live years But siacoiiilns t.h . l Al
L ATAlti.il CViiE am eatlrely tree troai Llie dts
tiann Dr. O. B. 110W, Alliens, ea., aays: vaionm
CAiAtMtli CUitK cured me of a severe ulcerated
acre tin oat, and I cncerruny ei.aorr e n
Miss Lucy J. Coo, vieouce Co. writes, Sept.
17th, .s5: "Uueboitlc or your remeay entirely
sared: me ot C ittrrh wltu which I Uad suffered
rreatly tor fire years." .
J Si Alufood, Athens, Ga , writes Sept. I. '5; "I
hai severe sore tliroat more than two veeks,- whs
entirely cured by CKUTA1M catakku utittin
one day. '
CAN YOU DOUBT
SUCH TESTIMONY? WE THINK NOT
Only a tew of our m tay certtflcites are given here.
otars c.a oe ojulaei froja yoar druggist, or by
3 O. CO., ATHENS, Ga.
Far Sale by J. II. ENNISS; Salisbury N.C
I cortifv thst on the 1 5th of Febru
ary I cammmrnccd giving my loin
'children, aged 2. 4,6 and b years,.
resp ctively, Smith's worm OH, and'
and within six days there were at.
least 1200 worms expelled. One child!
pased over 100 in one niht.
'Hall Co., Febrnary 1, 1879.
Sin: My child, five years old. had
Fsvmotoms of worms. I triea calomel
kand other Worm iledi ints. but fBl-
"ed toexpel any Seeing Mr. BaM
' certificate. I uot a vial ol your N orm.
i Oil, and tin first dot brouylU forty
worms, and the second dose so man
were passed I could not count them
S. 11. ADAMS.
WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
ing and De
lightful to take,
and of great value
as a Medicine for
weak and Ailing
Women and Chil
dren. TT .rive NEW
LIFE to the
the Musdea, Ton
ing the NERVES,
gestiug the xooa.
Minerals, ia com
posed of carefully
fully, making a
Safe and Plc&aact
A Book, 'Volina,
by lead i ng
physicians , telling
how to treat dis
ease at HOME,
with a set of hand
some cards by new
on receipt of xo a.
For ml by til Draftf Miit Orarcra. 8''U Ik d0r uMf
M not kp TO ...NA IOKU1AL, ttult fl.00, i fvJl turn
beUU will b hui, duria uuL
FKUTJUU) OKLT ST
Volina Drug and Chemical Company,,
ALTLhOKX, as., u a. A.
Ki ll 11(11. BOOK.
1 1 avwithe LANGUACC
and featiaest of Cvtn
riswar and Sana. 3000
dtftV-mu kinds. Also ail
the Ksown Reltiot riirta
tlea witn Glovt. Parasol,
ssaasrdilet sad Fas. it
ia the bmsI complete work
of the kind ever pub
lished. Bend Flfteea
Cents In atamrs for
a ka 111 pie copy, also our
Bl price to HKnta. AsrU
wauled twttwaw. At
SBICIUC&M PUB. CO.. 17 Narta Tcata Street, 1 hi.
THIS STYLE wJ5 1 2
A Full Kct r
v.. a' 31VV22 Sr.
(Wound on White Spoyds.)
A tuWiine of this celebrated THREAD
Wtrtrr, FAST BLACK m l C(H4-
OI - for -aie at wholesale and retail by
ME!?ONEY & BHOS, -aiisbuiM N. C.
The Watchman ir devoted to the best
interests of the people of Xv)rth Carolina;
to the development of' the Stale's indus
trial resource.-; to Ircr farms, her forests,
her minerals and bur water-powers.
It should be.
n yoar family. Subscribe
IS TIIOItOUOHLY KQU1PPKD
?0E ?AFJfT C?
as big as a barn door down to most delicate
Letter and Note Heads,
Bill Heads and Statements,
I SIiESS CARDS .
Scal anil gartj Jrogtamrats,
OF ALL KINP8
Court and Magisterial.
3aTOrdere solicited and satisfaction guaranteed!
nPR ia on flleta PLilrutrtnlafsi
Al ttlkt t&e Nrpapnr AAv-r-
Using Amm of Maanra.
car tuuabruaa asua.
A QUICK. Pf R1!"!? CURE FR
n i k, in.liunt flBi. xcetta, aw osiwuv. in
Yn r. n.Tlr within a month. No Deception
day; taara nwaaur, 12J -t- intion mmi
rHH - ,
OSTI n tnd othfr g coituraa ana
NO p 1 itowiii 1 nt rrin liri- price of
75 etj. p4r bavrrc .
R. J. HOLMES.
A Home Company
SEEKING HOME PATRONAGE.
Cash capital S300,000
Total assets $750,000
Insures all classes pro
perty at a equate rates.
Losses promptly ad
justed and satisfactori
ally settled without any
J. RH0D33 BROWNS, Prest.
WiT. 1 COART, Sas.
J. Allen Brown, Agt, Salisbury, N.C.
Fit Sals at this Office :
Land Deeds... Heal Estate Mortgage Deeds
Sherl Det-de of several different forms ;
Chattel Mortgages.... Mortgage Sale Notices;
Magistrates' Su.ninone4. Executions. Subpoenas :
Witness Tickets Transcilpts, At
Bastardy Warrants and Honda... State Warrants, .
Ball Bo.ids Peace Bonds. .:. Appearance Bonds,
Appeal Honda ...Prosecution Bonds Ejectment
Writs summary Attachments. . .Bonds to make
Title Sale Notices fonAdnilnlrit raters.
Trespass Noll' cs
A full line of Sollcllois Indictment forms.
Numerous blank forms :or superior Court t leiks.. .
Sevcr.il forms for ase of Attorneys. . .'.
And many Miscellaneous, I
All which w ill be sold lo... 'Blanks of any and all
Kinds printed to order in rt'H style end on good
paper at very low figures.
V: vols of Scientific Aniercan,
1 No each of Jonea' 1 aV and Equity. fi
25o l'av lirucr-'s second liahd Bouigeols- tied up.
2u oi 'Mi Font advertising display type,
lo Jobbing Fonts,
loo lbs. Large Border type.
jyOae complete siock of Printing material for a
Ave column paper and Job Office, presses Included.
rMany of the above Blanks and nearly all the
printing stock, will be sold very cheap for cash or
on snort lime.
Richmond & Danville Railroad.
Western North Carolina Division.
General Passenger Office.
ASUEVILLE, N. C, Aug Jl, 1SSI.
Commencing Aug. 22. the following Passenger
Train Schedule, will be opcratt d over this di
riiAIN no r.i
I UA1N NO. :3
11 13a "S i isbu.y.
12 r.pii statesville...
5 l. v r. M
4 12 14 12
2 4 :
r. o i
Xewton . . w... .
ii tckory .. . . 1. . . .
7 II AM
I Alexanders..,. ..I 9 i
i Marshall I 8 40
j .v.irrn Springs, .t 7 20
Paint I'oc ij-
TRAIN NO. 1 Mfti T 4irt ' 1 RAIN No. 61.
Arrive. 1 Leave. l!
. iH 40
.! 11 i.9
. 1 10 3
. I 9 50
U 9 2
. I 830
. I 7:9
1 20p i (Salisbury ....
2 44 ! States lie. . ..
; I card . .
8 25 i Hound Knob
9 07 ' Black Mountain..
. 5 M
: 1 35
11 0 j
1 2 28PM 1
Paint Book ....
Tli AIN .No. 7
!' TBA..N NO. 8
m 1 r i Arrive i Leav
a M. i !0 lAM ; vslievllle
U 11 il 12 JTurnplpe
12 Si i 12 tora j:Vaynesvllle
2 35 S 35 IjsylTa
2 41 j 2 4 ,.Vebter
3 i 3 3 iwtiiitler
4 20 i 4 25 :t har!eston ..
IN ! r. . ii.'arretts
12 irt; 1 00
I 8 45
; 6 00
Trains No's r.o and 51 rwn solid between Louisville
and Salisbury carrying Pulijann Slep'r8 between
Ctnclnattl: Louisville and Knoxvllle also beineen
V;rm Springs and GoldKboro.
Trains No. 52 and 53 run solid between Morrlstown
ano Salisbury earning Lelghton Bleeping cars be
tween Chatt mooga and Ashevllle.
W. A. ITIiK. A. G. P. A. Ashevlll. N. C.
C. W. CHE ' R8, a. o. r. a. Klcbmoud Vs.
V. K. McBEK. Supt. AbhevHle N.C.
fTTTTTQ T A DTXD mv b founa n fl n Own.
lUlO r nJL LiD v. Ilowell & Co hiwRpapar
Advt-rtMsic buroau 1 10 Spruce St-V whert- aatvprtlJnf
tontrftcu may to iuad! for U IN SEW VOliK.
laatM to pa-
irmrw tianu a lsrea proportion
of whom VK.k a fall treat
MnW HtnmnOi and Visorooa HaalUx.
lo those who anfler from tl.o many oOxaarauaaja)
RUPTURaTB PCRSOWS can hsv PZ
" a a
Ujoaiind caa9 t
ruK.4 and brokm
wrfiirt nd full
4 v--.- V
WHEN YOU WANT
AT LOW FIGURES
Call on the DBdermitmcd at vn
A5oat for the 'CapdweUThre, ,
8aliabury, N. C, June 8th tf.
given away at Enniss' Dru.,
Store. If you buy one doMart
worth of gartlen seeds or dim
or medicines, Dr. Enniss hrS
give 10 papers of fresh garden
free for 50ets. worth of -garden
seeds or medicines.
To fXrc i
trrw'.'-r : !
ten Biti-i s ii- i--&tr-rtrti'
:.s I -.-Lr.iCt
the .-.:yf.-... i
ful inTf'.ieie. it u i.
malarial pjver, c.-u?. ,
( 'lilthi'iilly stimulate' it--bladd"''.
and rurieiicfl a
the blood; When ovrrc. r .
WhethT mental or ptiy ic .ii ,
and debilitated find i; a -):.:
renewed etrt-nirth ami com;'t: 1
by ail Drugziti and Oeakid gt-un.
H y'V '. 1
23 YEA?23 m
.l T.-:"rr.Eh of tha AfeJ
Leaner; ppiUCi liuirelacpBt.TC, i aiula
the beaiii with a ds'l svaatisn ia tl
taci; part, ?uin nadsr rhe ahonlder
blaJc. I"ai2ucas after eattsz, irith r. ii
Indication to exertion of body r.r tnlzi.
Irritability eft ?tnper, I.ovr apiritL.. rita
nfociiJset'lK.Tinff Uv'Icr.tcd come dntr,
ear'arig, I!z.i;Incc?, Ftutterine at tLa
Ocart.po:s befaretko ros, i-cuia'so
over thi riikt eye, Kcaileaenca, with
Ctrulalri itn a. Ii:?b!y cnlsrcd t-rtsc, i
XTJTT'." AJiLi-3 uro cspecitlly cdairt
tn cacti ezrte-r, c:.q d "X etfects a::
ccaag -nfJcc i-ir- -;to:. -trt-.L Ut:.t suC
9'h-y Ie-eia tii'v .retiientLj.eau
to. t 'J'.' a- ': a-" ' t " Hlwii'i
Aoaiii'ai t.r it.v .h Tcf?t? Atl
do lii-r-5,'- Cie-.n. ,.ejri..r-'."tioc
Ero-t- I i - -. ..;. '. K tS'XVTS-V ft..
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L-r!;!..-i-.' . , ;" ""1 ? Tirrf.
r tr '-! .'.ft i 1."
!iiV:f.riir' pow for the "Watchman.
IF VOU WANT TO
FILL TOUR (zAMS BAG,
All the Latest Improvements.
FOR DESCRIPTIVE CIRCULARS,
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Sporting Arrr-, and Amnrjn lion,
281 &. 283 Broadway.
D. H. LAMBERSON A CO.,
78 Suit: Street, Cbico, DL
ARMORY, - - - ILION, N. Y.
AftE id THE BEST tflElTiT.-mia WaWKt
KIERSEI THAT 6U3 6090S ARE ALWATJ KlUMi.
On Piece of Solid 6teel.
HO HOLES OR RJVETS TO WEAKEN THE BUDt
send ron circulars.
IMON. lt. Y.
Yrk 0cev 1 IS CWra Htre-.
Aoid to ii.'r aion at pi-."-
r i .n . m v kir. FoorJd
'an .eientifle mlwl prlMtpka. By
Tonaion of th tautii omnlaM rorn
ttii.iieAia ifii a ltiiv ;., -
BaaBaaaawaBS "-idiyatma aottaawajfc
T8EAT18EMT. 0 Mwta, Wltw. t& Tim, If
HARRIS REMEDY C.jJI0WTt,
Trtml f our Appliance . Afc tor Tvmmi .
a- b ta b9
t. . . .