TIIUJWDAY. MAY 31,. 1888.";
i Z:i V""r"my Juemocratic Convention
m-reio-oay, Uelegates to the Con
Krcasionarwnvention were instructed to
vote. for MT John 8, Henderson for Con
presa. This, with other counties in the
aireaay; instructed, secures him
1 1 88, for fifty cents fash.
,1 Watchman frill be sent to any address
Ijn tht'tate froriiJin'e 1st to 1st . of December
Fora splendid ;fit, gentlemen should go'
During recent-visit to Ittekory Ave
Were struck withthe handsome and dur
able buildings which! have becn builUn.
that plaee during! the last eighteen
months and the new ones now going up.
TheW hot!, now building, will be when
finished one of the most handsome in the
f Sf.'C. Ouiun who has been visit-; bothMn outside aDDeamnoA ;n
,ni friends in Charlotte for several week l"ide a"angment and finish. It has
J :TrT uesiues an ine other
ncccessat rooms, such as dining rooms;
parlors; bath rooms. &c., &cC, and wll be
opened tb the public; about July lit.
do not admire the. location of
Hickory, with the railroad cutting it in
two, but we do admire the enterprize and
and public spirit, shown-by her citizens
and.wish we could import a half dozen
w uiciu mai we couia name.
f Vhultz &r Van Wyck have the best $2,!
50 and 53 men s snoe m tne stated
Usk fur them, ana take no other. H
?- We Jearn that 3Ir. Edwin Shaver and
ij hos. pi Johnston have gone as delegates
to the National Democratic Convention
to be held at Indianapolis.' I!
i By rcqupst of a citizen of Salisbury, we
knniauijce the following ticket for County
JCoiimissioners: j J S McCubbins, Sr, R;
tt :. FW T T fiiimmiwAll T T T T '
J I rLon,. Cornelius Kestler.
Schultz & yan)Vyck havejust received;
k rather novel sign in 'the shape of a
large gilt boot. It is fully five feet high
jfttti weighs Seyeiil hundred pounds. It
ooK forty dollars worth of gold leaf to
cover it. U M;'
IIriC. Cuthbertson late of Charlotte
,has become business manager
Salisbury Press and begins, hifl
Jwith this weeks isue. He is an energet
ic young man and a practical printer of
Ijsoifie experience, and will doubtless earn
Isu$ices3.-'. ; ' ; y
-x 'j . ' . ;
Andrew Mbore, a negro boy about
ieigbtci years old, was drownedjin Hen-!
ilern's fish pond last Tuesday. I iMoore
itvai in bathing;. and r was 1 probablv
r ;u , k .
izeu wuii vraup. a ooy tnat was
. V 1 - 'l 1 I M ...
mi oitn ran ior neip oui Deiore it ar
lived he was drowned. , '
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Last Monday whilewe were all suffering
With the heat MrJSwicegood brightened:
bur sunctuw by sending us amostbounti4
ful treat in the shapeof ice-cream:- Not
Just "one plate for yej editor, but one heap-
jed up two or more inches above the rim
jfur eaee, one in out office. The Cream
XWas excelleht and we thank Mr. Swicey
jpfood for his kind remembrances of us.
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Yesterday, decoration day, was gala
day with the negroes. Tuesday night
jiaany came in on the Western train and
yesterday morning a big excursion came
iiu from Charlotte anbeuevolent organ
izatiohs, both male and (Temale, and act
j-ompained by a brass band. ; From what
we saw oi tne visitors we wiILhave to
report to the Charlotte people that they
kbehaved very well and were exception
(ally orderly which is saying a great dea
of such a large crowd. - ,
t Jane, the most charming month of the
year is upon us. 3ut it is also the most
busy raoatli, for now-the grasaud weeds
iuti a race with the farmer's crops, and
Jinlcss he Ms wide awake and wages
Vigorous war against the enemeis which
ppring up as,by inagifi in the fields they
will smother his crops. Vegetation is
I'owerfully quickened by the warmth of
n J tine sun. and nothinor short, nf Aarlv nml
' . ' , o ' -j
late toil can give the crops a good send
off ahead or their enemies.
. The clerks of Wilmington, says the
iRertew have succeeded in securing a halff
holiday on Friday'; The stores close at
11 p. m., aud are, opened no more until
gaturday, morning, a similar concession
made to the clerks in Salisbury
3at year, . but only" to the extent
9f fclosing in the evening (about 7
Vclpck) and not opening again until next
morning. So desirable an arrangement'
should become perputcal. No one loses
by itthough it is undoubtedly a great
benefit to the.clerks. ' .
Closing Exercises of the Graded School.
, A large and appreciative audience was
in attendance at the closing exercises of
the graded school last Friday. The ex
erases opened by singing, followed by
prayer ana the reading of Scripture
mi. nam. Jones of Charlotte then pre
sented diplomas to the eleven graduates
r A very pretty lamp "was presented to
Frof. Kizer, and a writing desk to Mr.
Overman, inr behalf of the pupils in their
respective departments. Both of the re
cipients responded ,very happily. Other
presents were made to the lady teachers
which; were receiyed in a very gracious
Dr. Battle of Chapel 'Hill then deliver
ed an eloquent and pleasing annual ad
dress which was very much enjoyed
lhe School is in a flourishing con
dition and great credit is due Prof. Kizer
and his able corps of assistants.
T. K. BRCXKK EDITOR, 1ULEIOD. K.. C.
T- if.. m i i .
Our merchants; appreciatinsr the lone
hours of confinement that their rWV
ve to serve, and ever alive to the
interests of their employees as well as
iheirowivhnve consented to close their
stores at 7 o'clock p. m. from lhe first of
June until the first of September. !
lt extend4o the merchants of Salis
TOinbehalfof the.flerks their very
st wishes aud thanks'. !
Hse Eeel Company. i
At a meeting of the Ilpheus Reel Co.L
Sajuftlay night tile following- busrH
iwas transacted! I A - pnmmiHPB nrt
v wee was appointed to draa by.laws and
constitution with ower to have printing
oue; the resignation of H. JJX)vermari
sSeev X- ti .. a.. .i . . i -r-
elected ; the name of the
company was changed to P ionecr
w vompany iSp. 1; a committee was
"Ppointed to get up anncrtai n meht to
e held June J4th fo the purpose of
money to buy uniforms. . ;
Jung ; from the applausl,t was a
4aPPMatite audience that witness
f the contest for the Demorest medal
"st i-ndixy inghUat the Y. M, C, A. Hall.
! x cbntestants took. paVtv.and after a
?oort consultation by. the judgea the
,al (a beautiful silver one) waawaitf
Uohn Julian; - All of the boys did well.
emorcsty who is a wealthv
A Pleasant Visit to Salisbury.
lhe editor of the Durham Recorder
recently paid Salisbury a visit and this
is what he says.
Salisbury is taking on new life. Sal
isbury is one of the oldest towns in the
rState. Manv People sunnose that, nhl
towns cannot grow. They aber under
a mistake. Any place, no fatter how
antiquated orWhere located, can be
built up if itas determined) energetic
citizens. Salisbury has caught the im
provement fever and it is of no varioloid
type either. The new cotton factory is
a great topic of interest and their is uni
versal desire for small manufactories, and
the desire is so, great that "we expect to
see rapid strides in this direction. For
one we are pleased to see Salisbury mov
The recent Episcopal Convention- was
entertained in a royal manner. Speak
ing for the Durham delegation we desire
here aud'now to express their individual
appreciation of the warm reception and
kind attention accorded them by Mr.
Joseph Horab, Mr. J. D. GaskHl and Mr.
J. S. McCubbins. Their hospitality lingers
with us in the most euchautiug manner
and will ever be one of the pleasantest
recollections of Salisbury and the Con
vention of '88.
Railroad Bates to St. Louis.
We are requested to say, for the bene
fit of delegates to the St Louis conven
tion, that the Richmond & Danville
Railroad Company will sell tickets to St.
Louis on the occasion of the National
Democratic Convention which takes
place June 5r limited fare for the round
atrip, tickets to boon sale June 1st to 14th
inclusive and good to return till June 15.
Round trip tickets have been placed at
the following low rates from the places
named below: Goldsboro. S27.15. via all
Hues; Raleigh, $25.80, via all Hues;
Salisbury. $22.95, via all lines; Charlotte,
$24.70, via all lines. Those going by
Washington will have the benefit from
there to St. Louis of a special train of
sleepers which, the Pennsylvania rail
road will run, leaving Washington 10 a
ra. Saturday June 2, and arriving at St.
Louis Sunday evening at 5 o'clock. AH
who purchase return tickets of the R. &
D. railroad will have the fu)l privilege of
this train. The schedule is also timed so
that the famous scenic portion of the
Pennsylvania route, the crossing of the
.lleghanies, will be traversed in the
ight of the afternoon. The price of the
tickets will include one double berth in
the Pullman Cars for each ticket, dinner
at the 'Harrisburg restaurant, supper at
the Pittsburg restaurant, breakfast at
me inuianapoiis restaurant on the west
bound trip and Pullman accommodations
on the return trip. Charlotte Chronicle.
. Special tothe Charlotte' Chronicle.
Contektio:Hal RAijQiirN: C.,1
iuay ou.i ne convention; was called
to orderat 12 o'clock by Chairman
BattT6 who, sooif after, j read a warrant
therefor, spoke a few words of - cheer,
which were received with1 admiration
andapplause, and called Maj r More
head to the chair temntiranlp. Afu
CP, Lane. It. M. Fnrmh R V rvw
well and H. C Wall were! made Secre
taries. Major MoreheadJori assuming
the chair, spoke brieflrJ hanm'lv nod
eloquently, and the speech was receiv
ed with great applanset(! Committees
on credentials and . petuianentofgan
ization, "Consisting of , brie from each
Congressional district were appointed.
pon. vv. it. uox, of (Vyake, was ap
pointed permanent chairmaa, according
to the report of the cphimitteend
was escorted to the chair oy MrF. B.
McDowell and E. 11. Mpore.
The Mecklenburg delegation has a
conspicuous position iri j the. front.
There are over 125 delegates in the
convention, and the largs warehouse,
75 by 150 feet, is crowded. '
W. A. B. Branch, of Beaufort,
placed in nomination the name of
Judge Fowle, for Governor; in a short
and excellent speech.
H. A. Gudger, of Buncombe, placed
in nomination Major Steyjdman, in an
elaborate and excellent speech.
Col. Walter L. Steele placed in nom
ination the name of S. B. Alexander,
in a speech of great power and elo
quence, which was received with fre
quent, and, at the end, with "prolonged
Octavins Coke and F. Strudick
seconded the nomination of Judge
Fowle; Win. Rond, of ilklenton, the
nomination of Major Stedman; and
R. W. Winston the nomination of
3:30 p. m. Firit ballot Alexander,
230, Stedman 349; Fowle; 370.
Mistake in .the count! of the first
ballot it was Alexander 245,, Stead
man, 331, Fowle 374, Bennett 1, Gil
mer 8. .. . ;! j
A disputed vote in Craven has
been referred to the Committee on
Credentials, and"nothing1s being done
until it reports. . U
' Fifth ballot Alexander, 217; Sted
man 315; Fowle, 418. 1!
10:30 p. m. Tenth i ballot Alex
ander, 259; Stedman, 330; Fowle, 390;
12:45 a m. Fourteenth ballot
lowle 389- Stedman 351, Alexander
204, Kitchen 15. At this point Mr.
Glenn arose and placed; the name nf
Judge Gilmer in nomination, and tit
once the friends of the jseveral candi
dates become uproarious! in their be
half and opposed any new candidates.
1 a. m. loth ballot iFowle. 358:
Stedman, 204; Alexandepj203; Gilmer,
105. U -
2:25 a. m. Sixteenth ballot Fowle
393, Stedman, 298, Alexander 231.
Gilmer 29, Walter Clark; 8. On mo
tion the convention adjourned until 9
o clock this morning:. N
The Alexander men were called to
meet in caucus at once.
r. -'.The Kew Oeoloffical Hap i
Below, we. present r our'; readers with
Prof. Holmes' note' introductory- ofj he
new forthcoming map of j the State." It
will be read with interest by - those who.
enjoy the progress of science in the State."
The primary object of the edition of
the geological map which accompanies
this report (Chapter ill of -Vol. II) is-to
show the geographical arid: geological
distribution of the ore deposits of the
State. The geological features have in
the main' been produced i from the miap
which accompanied the Report of 1875
witn some revision and alteration by me,
from the records of Survey and from my
own field notes. ' , "
The , ore deposits Shave been located
largely by Mr. Hannajjf from his own
notes and from the records of the Survey.
In connection wth jthe geological
features of the map, a few points deserve
special attention ; f 0 ) The map used as
a baseTor ,the geological . map of 1875
was,' with reference to many localities,
quite inaccurate; and in the transfer of
the geology to a more accurate base map
(Kerr's Map of the State, 1882), though
in this I have been aided by the manu
script and published (records'of the Sur
vey, only approximate accuracy can be
expected. ' i m . - .
Iu the subdivisions of the Archaaean, It
thought be3t, in Consideration of the
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KSSWEY COMPLAINTS '
ton its -TruHiiirj mn-ly fcl.
".f .Za , V Dy- Frict "91.00. Sold b, ProRgiat,
H9.fA affectioat cf t&a Kidneym. WELLS, RICHARDSON ACoTproo'l
THE EIGHT PLACE FOR
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MORNINGS NEWS FROM CONVENTION.
This morning's advices from the
convention show the stahclino- of Hip
prominent candidates about as they
were yesterday, with great excitement
prevailing. A motion wiis put to ston
and elect delegates to StlfLnnk hit
unrecognizel. The 17th ballot was
aken abjut 1030 and resulted as fol
ows: Alexander, 233: Stead man. 32fi;
Fowle. 401. The' convention will imt
isten to propositions rejjitive to dark
primary object now in view, to follow in
thA main fVia m r 'AfitOTPt TU u j
.vision of the Lauren tian into Upper and
Lower has been discon tin ued, except
mac tne syemtic belt, which extends
acVoss.the central region of the State
unaer tne towns of Greensboro, Salisbury
and Charlotte, is continued Drovisionallv
as Lower Lauren tian, because -of the im
portance attached to this region on ac
count of its ore deposits. It would have
been better, however evjen in this case,
to have dropped the expression, " Lower
LaurenHan," and to have substitute for it
a designation of less geological signifi
cance. As to the areas of the crystalline
schists in the region of the Blue Ridge
and the extreme western portion of the
State, which on the j map of 1875 were
provisionally classed as Huronian, much
might be said in favor of considering
these as Cambrian ; ibut their exact po-
mliuu is suit u raaiier ot aouot, ana on
tne present map it.. is thought best to re
tain these areas as Hiironian.
. In the Mesozoic area but little altera
tion has been made except in connection (Misses') 12 to 2, at 50cts
wjtu hjc ciisit-rii region o ll
Triassic formation, tlie bou
which have been altered i
the area of its northern
ably - enlarged. In the rev
central and northern portions of this
area especially, I hae made use of my
owo field notes. Thre is need, however.
of a considerable amount of additional
field work before the! boundaries of this
tormation can be mapped with even ap
proximate accuraey. j
The present State of knowledge con-
vnimigiuc uttuncuifc uiiu uisirioution
of the Tertiary and j Quaternav forma
tions in North Carolina is not such as to
render possible thai mappinir of the
several areas occupied bv t hese or their p TJ T T J T T? TVT
subdivisions. In view of this fact, it has J ill LDlt ill 1
been thought best fo class the entire ' :
WHERE YOU FIND THE
Largest and Best Selected Stock of Goods
y arcjgoing off at prices that defy competition. Be sure to call and oe
.Wlj are headquarter for the BPST GOODS at the LEAST money.
' New supply of India Linens at 7, 8, 10, 12 and 15 cents:
Cross-barred Nansooks afi all prices. Big assortment of
Of all kinds; at prices ranging from 5 cts. to f 1 per rartl. Shirtu; Collars Cravnt
' " llJi 1 I
. new supply of ZEIGLER'S RFTOPs rn si. t
ne jurasso- Men's bhoca. We are agents for COAT' SPnnr i-attav i e J . , , lJ"w VUI
ndaries of tronolitin PASHIOV T tt nv StfA?L .C0TT.0N' and-Buttcnck's -Mo-
n places, and Big assortment! ' n kin, s pare andTrXcl i s EATABLES C ?T lnf f1
half COUSfder- Suar. 6i an nn t tl... 1.,. . . .. .A?HL .,ffce f,om 15 "ls. up.
ision of the V We cordial vli. i . .il "riV"'u" l1. 4 J" old, 30 cents.
i iwuis most oDcn em r. I
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAX.
PH: THOMPSOH & CO.,
MAMTFicTirnks; 2 WZ.Z
Sash, Doors, BUnds;;,'
Steam Enginesand BoOe StaS'acd
water. Pitvl r
Steam Fitting. ShaftinitlO!
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C IKZIEI T STOIR,
at 2:30 Alex-
Latest report says that
andens name was wi
Later. Alexander for lieutenant
' : LIST OF LETTERS.
Xist of letters remaining in post' office
at Salisbury, N. C, for the week ending
May 26, 1888:
L M Bostian, R N Burney, McCuth-
hbertsorft C R Coward, . Julia Cowan,
Diahna Dearer, Elizabeth Elani, Faithful
Friends, A D Comlnight, Mainjie Hender
son R B lfall, E A Jones, Charlotte
Lily, Lizzie McCorkle, , Francis Moore.
Jessie Porter, JClara t George, Aaron
Spertner, Ed Walker.
fiMease sajr advertised when ';the above
letters are called for.. " . !
' A. II. Bovdex, P. 31.
wnerner and a Istrohgronibitionist,
the medals on condition that
rJceft yspkeri -arcearnld ;from it
iP. Varnished. 1V tlim TKa ntnef -ii
A to all boys and girls under 21years.
i -ea eight siIvpt. ,-fa v..-.
yded the winners will contest for a
meant . rK .i
2r. JSifior. Please- announce the
names of J." M. Harrison, Dr. Li. W. Cole
man, Cornelius Ke8tler James S. Mc
Cubbins and Richard Culbertson. of
LUuity , as- suitable persons to I be voted
tor as Uounty Commissioners. ! If they
are selected everj' part t)f the county will
be fairly represented. Unity never hay
ing had a representative on the board is
entitled to on e and so' I now name a
ETOod old Steaav ; and 'suhfltflritial m!in?
: I think he'ean be electechiow since J.Ts.
The Episcopal Convention of the
Western Diocese of North Carolina
which met here last wnpt
Friday night. It was a very large meet
ing, about sixty ministers and forty-five
ay delegates were in attendance and
nearly every parish in the Diocese was
represented. Among the matters of
importance that was brought up and dis
cussed by the convention were those of
the negro and prohibition, on both of
which action was postponed.
The citizens of the town took a lively
interest in the meetings which were well
, Lipe's Club.' I
Those who wish to renew is this club
are requested to pay to th'c Postmaster
at China Grove, td the Postmaster at
Mill Bridge, or to Mr. i tipe himself.
And promptness is essential this year,
as Mr. Lipe cannot spare! the time to
visit as heretofore. H
Salisbury, Mav 28, 1888.
The cordial thanks of the Vestrv of
St. Luke's church are tendered the fami
lies of other denominations for the assist
ance rendered us in caring for our minis
ters and delegates to the convention held
at St. Luke's church, and for their kind
and hospitable treatment to them.
area occupied by those the eastern re-j
gion ot the fetate as) Cenozoic, without
attempting to specifv excent in a verv
general way the regions occupied bv its
subdivision?. The Jobation of the mono
grams of the Eocene (E), Neocene (N),
cmuracing me Jiioceiie and Pliocene
and the Quartemary (Q) are intended to
indicate in a General wav recions whith
u is neiieved will be found to come with
in the limits of these formations.
The monograms and colore have been
seieciea irom tnose in use by the U. 8.
In connection with the ore deposits, it
8uoum oe oorne in mmd that the great
uiajuruy oi xnese nave been located with
only approximate accuracy, very few
having been located ibv actual survevs.
Persons discovering inaccuracies in 4he
location of ore deposits will confer a
favor by promptly notifying me, so that
corrections may be made m a second
edition of t he map. j
! J A. Holmes.
University of North; Carolina.
The writer was under the impression
that the beautiful, j crystalline piuk-
ish-red granite bf the Greensboro and
Salisbury granite Tanige, was indentical
with the true Egyptian syenite in com-
position. That is, that the mica in this
peculiar strata; (for the mass of this
formation is homognious in color or
texture,) was displaced with hornblende,
as is the case with theJ Egyptian syenite,
which is composed df quartz, feldspar
and hornblende ; the, 'ordinary granite
having quartz, feldspar and mica as it's
In New Orleans, while comparing the
labeling of the N. C. Exhibit with that of
the National Museum,; and Smithsonian
Iustitute, to discover any differences
from a scientific point,! the writer found
the granites from this range labeled!
uniformly, "Biotite tf Granite." Not
satisfied with this evidence, enquiry was
was made of the Lithologist in charge,
who explained that macroscopic investi
gation had revealed biotite '(uniaxial or
iuagnesian; mica , oi ' orown. or rncari3r
black vitreous luster and that horn
blende had not been found.! ' It may be
that Prof. Ilolmes'investigation has been
more thorough, but at best, it leaves the
question. in doubt.
AND -FITTED! m
A large JAPANESE KITE
a n n
GRAVE S GAY.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SH0E. cenn:
Thc ,nJy fi",e dalf &MleM Shoe in
the world male wlthnnr tm -,lu
oSSta??du.rab!e those costing
al '"S no cksor naik tl
BtucKMjE or nurt, the feet, makes
hem as cornfortle and well-fitting
baud sewed shoe. Buy the' best" NonT
genutne unlew stamped, on bottom W
L rfe Shoe' Granted." ; '
IV. L. DOUGLAS ftl Sip lfl;.,
and only hand sewed welt $4 shoe, w cl -eqai
custom-made shoes costing lrom
JnlVD?UGLAS S2-50srt0E i ex.
celled for heavy wear.
W. L. DOUG L AS $2 SHOE is worn by
all Boys, and is the best school shoe iu
All tlie above goods are male In- Cnn.
gress, Button and Iice, and if not sold
One Brick Honseand lot, on the corner
ofl-ulton and Kerr slrrWa
liouso and lot on Lee
lot On Main
acre in lot.
One Frame House and
Also shares in N. O. R. R. ,
EiMjuire ofMRs. H. E.-and Mfs Vtc
TRiA JoifNso at their home cotnerof
tul ton and Kerr street.. 40:tf.
flVPT! n Ufl U llilli nvnt... O "r i- ii
l-r . ""'uni' uvjon fii iu nncl 13 cents nor n.iir
Beautiful hnc- of LAWNS nl 8EE8UCKERS-vkht low '
bi.ADltb IIAT, trimmed and untnmmed, from 25c to Si 2-? rnrl,
Large hue of Men and.Boy's STRAW HATS. -Bark Hat 6 inch bnnVlo'ctnts'
QE2JTS' CASSIMERE PANTALOONS, from 2.93 to $1.07 per pair
worth double the money. ! 1 r
UMBRELLAS verv low t
A few of our cheap SUITS left which we will close out loPr in
Respectfully, j. B. BROWN.
TII0S. L. KULLY'S
A Pull and Complete Line df Imported
soo Is for my Spring Trade, consisting of
French, English aud Scotch goods of. all
colors. Au unsurpassed line of Tronserin;,
all of which w ill Iw made up in tkc Best
and m.Kst Fashionable Style. Alharecor
diIly invited tt call and examine rfiy stoclc
and they will sec at once that i , :
I KEEP THE BEST IN T1IE MARKET.
Term, Positively Cash. In the jfinsion
House, last room fronting on Innis street.
- - - YKY A TAT Innl TTI L,J
Lorenzo Dow," son of Julius A. and M.
J. Petler died of Typhoid fever, Mav 14
I8S8. Aged 15 years 3 months and 21
In his death the family is bereft of
ineir nrsi oorn son. we take consolation
in the hope that though absen t " from
loved ones here, he is present with the
Lord and with a little brother and sis
ter up there;- Three treasures are' laid
upln heaven. Dear fcarlents set vour
atfectieu on thinss above. His funeral
E reahed from Phil. 1;13, by his pastor,
lis body sleeps in Union church ceme
tery to waake at the resurrection, i If we
believe that Jesus died and -rose' again
even so them also which sleerj in Jfsn'
-win vroa oring witn mm.
On April 3)th4 1888,
favette countv, Mi.ss.
near Oxford, Ia-
3Ii.ss Annie E.
We will always pay
ShA u-sis hnrn Juno fMli. 1S."C. in C'a-
Sec'y Vestry, i barrus countv. N. Wa- married in
1872, and died, April 110, 1888, aged 31
years and 10 months! She moved to
Mississippi in JS75 and; united with the
Hopewell Presbyteriab church in 1879,
aud remained a consistent meinber until
her death. Mrs. Mil Jpr was confined to
hr bed for two-months often suffering
Intensely, all of which she bore with
Christian fortitude, and died iu peace.
She was a dutiful daughter, a loving sis
ter and friend, endeavoring, to'thvher
duty in this life, herj brave heart en
courtered difficulties withl courage and
was resolute iii advcTfeity.jl ruth and
virtue guided her ancl the light of heavett
was ouher path. j ,,;fj V H:S.
all kinds of Grain.
X WH. H. Cole has, Wrj ahamiraous!
ly re-uommated -for
Sth District. s-'
Congress in the
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Cotton Seed, Grain and-StaMara' Fertilizers
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are ineligible. v A , Voter.
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