THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1888.
lUtionil Denocr&tift Ticket
70S PBZSIJJXXT : "
Q ROVER CLEVELAND,
Of New York.
! joe tick pbxsidxxt;
ALLEN G. THURMAN,
JOT COJTQRESS ?TH DISTRICT:
JOHN S. HENDERSON,
sach tariff in our oreseutUw. in tome re- in the treasury. By amendment made
petts we bare departed from that standard. ; in committee of the whole the relative
nerever- u aocs we snouiu tmena it, aoa dj.
so doing we
reshallsecnrettabimj and prosperity , pte of dutrtlbw placed at UJ
f On of th wiseit promiooi of on the heiidred. Ihw-modera bill
naa ueen meDj-a storm oi aeno Dela
tion and characterized as a free trade
our present law ia the establishment of a
oite free list. From year to fear, when it has
been found that anj article could iafelj be lib
erated from duty, it hat been put upon the free
list. A large number of raw- materials hare
thus been made free of dot, j This has light
ened the' burdens of taxation and at the same
time aided the industries of the country. To
show the progress that has been made in this
direction, it should be remembered that in
1867 the ralue of all articles imported free of
duty vas but 39,000,000, while in 1877 the free
imports amounted to $; 8 1,000,000."
Scrutinize that. It is well worth pon-
EUts Democratio Ticket. ,
DANIEL G. FOWLE, of Wake.
measure, was 4Z,vu on me nunarea
free trade? What State had n 5 ier
cent, of taxat ion. In a majority of the
States it did not exceed $1 on the hun
dred. The tariff -of 1840 had been
spoken of as a free trade tariff. Mr.
Mills then took up the bill in detail, be
ginning with the chemical schedule,
where the rate of duty had been reduc
ed from $32.87 to 27.17. On earthen
dering. It is meaty. It is good cam- and crockery ware the reduction had
Deen s in tne nunarea. iney cuiiea
I that free trade. If $50 on the hundred
was free trade, in God's name what
paign matter for loois. The distin
guished Republican, elected President
but two years later, held that the Tar-
iff in 1878, was too hiah. He also fa-
rored a free list, and that raw materials
should be liberated from duty. The ?vein8 woo J? the
Tariff of 1878 did not meet the need?
FOR LIZLTE5ANT OOTXSK0X
THOMAS M. HOLT, of Alamance.
YOB SECBXTilT OF STATE!
WILLIAM L. SAUNDERS,!
Of Wake County.
TOR. STATS TKKASUBX& :
DONALD W. BAIN, of VValce.
FOB ATTOBirXT GXXEBAL:
THEO. F. DAVIDSON, Of Bumaombe. stimulate r.n unnatural and unbealibj grow
oi manuueturer. "
was protection? Sugar showed next
to the largest reduction in the bill
larger than hemp, jute, iron and in
ihad been called a sectional measure.
fo tret six millions of urutection on
of the country, he held, and he was for sugar the government had to collect
revision. inity-eizui minions oi larinauiies. in
If you will read the last selection provisions the reduction was one dollar
I iL. I I I If 1.
you will see how much President Gar- m l"e "u"urea re iree traue. it
I I sVOI laM t hull ntlAHi kl I .a in aaaii .vwl
filed was in agreement with President Was not that mo erate? thd,.tv tili
(Cleveland's famous mes-wsre. What I remaining at n wrtnl nrl
was Garfield' idea of a proper Tariff in I woolen tne reduction was $20 on the
1878? Here it is: 1UU ana most ot tlllit nad been caused
"A rate so hirh tht rarmin nmin by placing wool on the free list. '1 he
flood our markets and break down our home manufacturers would have free wool
! a t. t . a . I a 4 j a a av
luanuiaciures oui noi so men as to Keep tnem i ana 4U Der cent. Drotction or A rwr
-U.l..- ki: r I .
-.WSYlM uM ur Binuicmrers 10 cent more tllaU he now vnt. And sti
"""."V" thHV said tl. hhl f ro., fr,
tn " . .7 "
GEO. W. SANDERLA1N, of Wayne.
FOB SjSPT. OF rVBUC INSTRUCTION:
S. M. FINGER, of Catawba.
FOB AJBSOCI ATX JUSTICES OF 8UPR. OOUBT:
JOSEPH J. DAVIS,
of Franklin County.
JAMES E. SHEPHERD,
of Beaufort County.
ALHONSO C. AVERY,
of Burke County.
F0a PRESIDENTIAL XLECTOBS AT LARGE
ALFRED M. WADDELL,
of New Hanover County. .
FREDERICK N. STRUDWICK,
of Orange County.
Garfield's Opinion of Tariff Beform.
j - From Wilmington Star.
jlh 1830 the Republican p irty chose
Gen. James A. Garfield to beit candi-
ididate for the Presidency! He was
ike! Blaine a corrupt but an able and
Ll. .. '. . . Ml 1 i
puiar man wun nis party. Me was
lected over Gan. Hancock, "the su
rp. Girlield w.ts the ablest and
ti educated man of his partv. He
ad been a leader in the Federal Con
ure. Articles amounting to twenty
The Star ha recently published f dollars have been placed on the
more than once President Cleveland's OI fnuf Wsw
views, but we again copy them. He duct of this country. Yt th lLn,ih-
l: n -r I .. . . . . ' '
saiu in ma message to vongress in Ue-IIicun party had put it on the free list:
cemberlast: and they were naht. But when it was
It is not proposed to entirelr relieve the I intended to touch wool, the Combina-
conntry of this taxation (by tariff imposts). It I tlOU that made the protective tariff was
thrV,rmVntW 3ou sha not
the govcrment s income: and in a readjustment I i . J .
of our tariff the interests of Amercan laW .B. lHUcn n. i ne next article on the tree
raged in manufacture should be carefully con- "St Was tin plate, $5,700,000. Not
sidered as well as the preservation of our man- pound of it Was produced in this COun
ufacturers. It may be called protection or by trv Tl ...4i. ,...1 i
any other name, but relief from the dangers Ltf' "LT "t, F a ff
and hardships of our present tariff laws should thl? moneJ to the constimersi, yet their
be devised with esoccial Drecantion in!n I action Was called five trade. If that
imperilling the existence of our manufacturing I wa3 free trade, make the most of it.
interests.! But this existence should not mean iaU pJa tU i
a condition which, without regard to the pub- T . , c,
lie welfare or a national emergency, must al- P,e wer laterested in its mauulacture
ways insure the realization of immense profits the committee was stigmatized as free.
instead of moderately profitable returns." traders for unttinsr it on the free list
If ex-President Garfield were living Burlaps was not made in this country.
to-day we have nodoubt that he would ii nad befn. P,aced " the Tree list,
be in accord with the sentiment. Urt tLTI'.'IP.SiM
quoted from President Cleveland, could be given this baby industry it had
for they are really a reflex of his own failed to grow. It wasdyineand must
views. , President G..rfield held th Noon disappear. The Republicans nan-
used the same argument in favor oi
striking down the sugar industry, op
mm paid $408,000. It had been placed
on the free list. Cotton ties and bris
tles (the latter produced in Russia h:td
also been placed on the free list. Fotxi
J product, currants, that concerned no
uborer in this country. h;id been plac
ed on the free list. Yet thecornniitriH
had been taunted with bein free trad-
ers. 1 heir opponents ssiid! "If vm.
want anything free, take a fm driuk
nitioo and said that hu distinguished
collegne Mr. Randall who was absent
from the House by reason of severe! ill
ness had sent him a letter whjjchl he
wishes to have read at this time jThV
letter was read as follows:
" ' - ' " July 19, 1883.
Hon. W H. SowDEir, HorsE of Rep
resentatives: - , 1 I '
My Dear Sir: If the vote pn th
Mill tariff bill is to be taken Saturday,
the 21st inst, I fear my strength b
reason of my recent illness wjll fnot
permit my presence in the H(fus4 on
that day, and, if absent, I wantj:you to
secure me a pair with some, one win.
favors that bill, as I would, if present,
record my vote in opposition id it
Give this immediate care, as I j do not
want to be misunderstood. I Jwaht ii
announced and distinctly Jcnowjn that
1 am opposed to the passage of (the bill
in question. -
' Yours truly, , '
Samuel J. Raxpall.
The letter was loudly appluu.ied by
the Republican members of the HonsJ.
The roll call-was then proceeded with.
ine to l Wing is the detailed vote:;
Among those voting in the &tfirui.t.
tive j were. Messrs Cowles, Henderson.
Johnston, Luthain, McClammy, Row
W..n.-.. 1 I J I f
mim, utiumuus auu uruwer. j in; an
102. r ;
Among those voting in the negative.
was JNichoIs. lu all, 148. I ;
, royal fsssi Jl X
'lilt.powderuever varleb a marvel or vr t)
irengtb,and vUolesomeness. More conomlca
lian tup rdlnar limits rttid canBOt bi auld If
mpetitton with the multitude of low test. bori
"eight, alum or nhospbate towdera. 8old ol- li
ans. Kotal Kakino Powniit Co.. to Wall st. '
For anl? b Rintrhn & Co., Young & B
tain, and N. P. Murnliv.
QRIfLlA Iff OPUn if with a whble-
Jiim IttiJl OOliUJU, some MORAL I
restruiut, .flers the lest PIIYSICALand
TO TAKING OUR
i hare been a great ulTervr fromi carnri 1. 1 the best MENTAL culture, a compulsory
rURKICULDM with ENFORCED
STUUY. a reasenable but strict DlStlP-
Ll E, and a location entirely free from
MALARIA. No time or monev snent
attending AGRICULTURAL FAIRS.
For catalogue a duress.
Bingham School, Orange Co N. C.
A New Discovery,
Cross and White, ii
the defaulting bank officers at Raleigh; Glat SOUhe mBemedy.
were iouiiu gtmiy on iwoot the counts . . , t .,
.1 i . . .. i i ituviiij; iiteii iruui cnuanooci a ureal
in the indictment against them and sufferer, the result of protracted chill
sentenced, Lross to five years imprison-1 ,tna indigestion, terminating in diseases
mAnf nrl lulr ..A ivi,, . I of ?i!ver KMnJ and Urinary Orran-,
lor over ten jem; had it very bu, ibuld
hardly breathe. Some nights I culd not
sleep had to. walk the flior. I ouichiistu
Ely's Cream Balm and urn using if trceU,
it ia working a euie aurly. 1 hate advi's-
eu several friends to use it, and with h;ip.
results in every ease. It is the one medi
cine above ah others made to cure icatairli
nnu it is worth its weight in yold. I th.-i k
God I have found a reinenv I ran use with
salety and that it dors what is rlaitiied oi
it. Itiseunn my deafness.- B V'SSp, rr
views held in 1888 by the Democratic
MiUs BUI Passed.
IT STOOD TEAS 162. NAYS 14fi tut
DOUBTFtrL MEXBEBS ARE CHEERED
AS THEY VOTE.
By Telegraph to the News and Ob.urvcr.
years. At the urgent appeai oi
iitni.es cuuiidei huu irieuos, is jtidue
Avery reduced his term to six vears.
Washington, Julv 21 Sen at
The Senate took ud the Senate hill nn-Lf " " .
ess for vears. He had probablv not orooriatinff one n.illinn dnllo', f J' K 11
k j - ii i a sr -. mm -km 4 ayv i it i firi pt nrpeg rr- ro t-k tr .
nnir e Affan at nic a. 1 1 11 nil i iimrHKiifirv nr t n a m n i m
HMt uucu ojuai m ius jwiij. i . r r , Iw. i companies; on all the
: m.- . . i -iviti rvo ja a '.. a aA w 1 1 .
Xiow what were hut views relative to - l . 'jwr loss- country had been removed, but nmiP..f
i lnonrriLf .wr a i cal a i ....
Was he a Hieh Protection- ; ' .. " 3 . Xrt,lure U1 w com- the taxes on labor had been
Joint Canvas Agreed to
It is announced in the Daily Greens
boro Patriot of Hie 23d July, that Mr
Dockery has agreedl,to a joint canvas
with Judge Fowle. Both havi
appointments-extending to th 24th
August, no arrangement for joint dis
cussion will be made until!
that date. Meanwhile, either?
liberty to attend appointments!
by either and claim a division of tin.
and having tried many remedies known
to the profession with nlv temnorarv
reuei, l nave nnaiiv succeeded in discov-
- - 1 . m ...
enng a eomDinaiion oi vegetanie reme-
wnirii rounti nation nas proven a
remedy for diseases of all the internal
rgtn superior to any known in a life of
uttering and practice of nearly fifty
years. As by it I have been restored
from what seemed to be inevitable death
to perfect health without takinsr a dose
of any other medicine in nearly - two j
for turther particulars annlv to vnur
a l J
lruggist, or JNO. F. FOARD, M. D.
Olin, Iredell countv. N. C.
July 9, 1S88. 3m.
3sT - ...
it? Not a bit of it.
wealth of the
e was a mem-
Wrtrtl mwir rt 1, 'I'l 1. 1 l
iiidmunds moved to strike nut ...mKd.. j t
y i J i -v iui oiicci.
ine democratic partv svmn ithizwl
. a v i
with men. It wanted cheap clutliinv
xl mi t . . f
lormepoor. ine It 'duo leans want
ed the duties kept so high that neits e
"wvi vi nwicus cuum oe oroturnt ia.
;r of the British Free Trad Condon the words "in whnl or in tvirt n a t
.1.1 . k vi j k.
pob. He: was a pronounced Tariff Re- nca descent- He deiired to get rid of
former. And yet he was the choice of n siioa'
party - , when his views were TlwoSfha ?1 eT fiS
trII vnnivn whan f ha. War Tn .T I . 1. iL. . r r m .
V " " at me request oi mr. lneuho m, the With a nrod.iefc nt iiyiftmiv Z
irotactuallvashichas it nowU. and eommissioner. the obiecfe ln a .,ct"5 Pounds
Lu ' u.--u:': .Inila h u- u a:1 ana a.neea ro.r owawaiuu, what were
rr5," out rawer- , TT, nau we soms to do? The Democrat
s - i. ram von t a a . i ' -
wari were much bighen than now. ,T " Ai . w connne it
Garfield's Tariff opinions wen rurwnf I tJ2 t. t -i . 1. who
ill . . m . i iijui IWfll npriAIMail fT tlia.-
n t i t . r, I Vl"-"
jaii aKcpumiciius anew uiem. in 15 U l ing.'.
in fllA. tTnnu Vl A oi irl lk!a I 'PKa n m am t mAni " - i 1 ir
.v -vuw. i witjjtuuujcii i nits reiecLen ri r
4,I sund now where I hare alwars stood Nance' called for the yeas and nays on
Bce:I have been a member of tis House. I take the passage of the bill, but us it Was
tb JibertT of ouotine from the Connr,! 1 a?j l. t,
a--lfch, .was no
Wen made on the aubject of the tariff: 'We I""4""1 narew the Call
hate ae-so. that one extreme school of economisU the bill was passed without a di-
would place the jrice of all manufactured arti- vision.
The conference rerjort on th
and harbor bill was relieved fmm tl,.
House and was, on motion of Mr. Etl
munds, ordered to be printed.
oath, price, wb.ch our manufactures mi7ht fix 5 l P01 to the
fpt their product. - 1 disagree with both these ?onsiaerat,n Of the hsheries treaty
xUemas. I bold that a properly adjusted com- m Pea executive session and Mr
Mtitioa between home and foreign products is Teller addressed the Sen .te atrain-t
tfc best guage bj which to regulaU internal the treaty. Attheclo Af? T i
tioaal trade. Dutie should be so hib thatour , , "lc,"r- tneciOe of Air. Tel-
aanfturers can fairly compete with the for- a learIJ Mr. DaweS obtained the
aigBroauDuiDotaonighMtoenaWethem Vr UU tne mlT Went over til.
p dn out the foreign article, enjoy a mon- I Mouday.
;:rf.l TV. r!uut 9 Pri as tby The Senate then
elaa in tha ha.nda nf 4nirn nnuii... v
t j . - w & v.wuvcia ut rcn-
i.. S : . .
"uK iuiwiiaii ior or manararturers to
eompete with them; while the other extreme
ichool, by making it impossible for the foreigner
to sell his competing wares to our market.
ww kw.vpic bq wmcuiaie caeca up-
. . .
lease. This is t doctrine of iV-Vr.V I V? en proceede I to the
i, , : . , : consideration of bills authorizing the
. o a-m iiuk eierv vuuntiutuuu or unntrxs unH n.i..i
aeknow that if he was Imnc to-dav eral House bills with formal
he; Would be amoug the strongest ad vo- Seu j 1 he benate then adjourned till
caieioi tax reform and Tariff rad-
ustrnent? , He could not be honest and
be otherwise. But he said mom
lear him: . j
I "Mr. Chairman, examininr thns th nn..;K;i.
tiet of the situaUon, I belieTe that the true
eourse for the friends of protection to pursue is
YTcutraut on tmporU whererer we can
urowoea gallenes and arood .tbBj.
ance of members on thej floor triveted
Chairman Miils this niorhings he
rose in his place to close the Ion de
bate on the tanff bill.
Promptly at 11:30 o'clock the bill
wit .nu aaiciT qo SO. and. accentin .!it... nut m U ...J lf u...
M tbt extreme doctrines urg on thU floor en V j MU,S u"er of-
eTor to wubiish a-subuV policy t wfil Kw amendments, intended to
w,,cv; -JP;nipnicai errors in the bill
moved the previous question on them
and they were adorjtd. Ho
aedjd .to address the Hoose, beginning
by stating the condition of th! finan
ces of the goyernment by placing the
surplus at one hundred' and twenty
niue milhons dollars This, he said ar
rest the attention of the countrr It
rvSrTr? ,,ecesf"J taxation Jrawn
from the leople and piled up in the
thTn levied npon
auit? Tlf labr h Was an
QUICV.. 1 h PlinrmAno . ...
, . ,u3 wuount ot mon
ey was lowering prices and piling "i
i u Moor ana
jiii i i-
posea u lei in wool tre and let oiu
workmen make it up into clo hin-.
The bill was intended to benefit tiur
jondition and iucrease the wages of
:he laboring people. (Applause.)
The government should not meddle
with the people. They could take
care of themselves. They were thW
most intelligent and best people, in the
world and could giveemploymeuttoall
of the laborers if Congress would but
let them alone. Why should we not
hive free raw material and have
an opportunity to contest on equal
terms with foreign manufacturers';'
We would have a fair field and open
fight. ("Applause.! The rVmrr .Hi.
. w a a w-w. ..wax-
intended to a
fdmmend itself to all patriotic and thoughtful
bo as far back as I860 only one
ear after the war Garfield was in fa
tor oi Tariff reduction. In 1870, he
iva:tiU in iayor ox reduction. But
he goWk on his record ? Did he
Jvhip around like the Atlanta Constitu
tion and suddenlv become l;i
tionand a plenty .f it? He
Hl am for a Protection mh'h i-o.
io jtltimaUru trader 1878, eight
! rears later, he said in the House:
"In other words, I would have tha dutyto
4Jisted that every great American-industry
pa fairly lire and make fair profits; and yet so
ow that if oi r raaoafacturera alterant! t
But? price nstreaaoaably,' the competitioa
fjrom ( abroad would com in and bring
do n prices to a fair rate. - b'uch a uriff. I be.
JlcTe. wil! b supported by the rreat raaioritv
are fr iron
Africans. . TPe
a a i i s .
party mtenaea to appeal t the virtue
and intelligence vt the country. Mon
ey was being poured into his district in
Texas to beat him for re-election to the
51st Congress, but be wanted the coun
try to know that the people of his dis
trict were not for sale. The committee
had reduced the duty on steel rails
from $17 to $11 per ton, and it was
charged that that was. ah effort to de
stroy infant industry. In conclusion
he referred to a suit of clothes produc
ed by McKinsly duriug his speech.
He said that he had nothing to take
back. He had inquired into it, found
that $10 suit? had been protected to
the amount of $4.03. He hud heard
that that suit was to be photographed
and used in the campaign. He wanted
to photograph it in the brain of every
voter, the fact that that $10 suit was
protected to the amount of $4.02. At
the conclusion of Mr. Mills' spetch
which was tumultously applaud d, all
of the amendments were agreed to
with the exception of that on cotton
ties, on which Mr. McKinly demanded
yeas and nay vote, which was ordered.
It result yeas 170 nays 128, and the
amendment stands as agreed upon in
the committee of the whole,. Mr.
Gear of Iowa (Republican) voted with
the Democrats, Mr. Randall was pair
ed with Mr. Hogg of West Virginia.
. . .. Sowden, of Pennsvl vanisi. firwn mnn
and Bliss, orJNew. York (Democrats)
a l vniA for tha 111 J -ar '
- The Tabernacle meeting and
Ministers Conference will
Rutherford College on ihe
August. ' Camp meeting rutejf il
an 1 & cents per mile on the rajjr. 4ds
to parties wishing to attend.
Almost everybolv wants a -Spring tonic.
uere is a simple iestimomal. wluoli shows hw
ii. u. . is regar.ie i. It wi'l k.iock youjf mala
ria out and restore your ai)cutr : i
Splendid for a Spring Ton 4.
Ablixgtox, Ga., June 3o, 1887:
I suffered with malaria' blood poison moreoi
icss an me ume, ana tlie onlj medicine thai
done me anj g.o 1 is B. B. li. It U un lonbU-,1-
ly tne best blood medicine marie, and for tbi?
malarial country should be used by every Oiu
in the spring ot the year, and is good it( sum
mer, fall and winter as a tonic and blood pluritifcr.
Gives Better Satisfaction, ij
Cadiz, Ky., July 6, 1887,
rie:se sena me one hox BlooJ Balm Catarrh
ON Moi dav. An.ut 20ih, 1888. at the
CiHirt-honsi- ili.or f the town of SHliahnrv
t i L.. . . ' in ... t ...:u . ii . ..'
II' II'MII III i, III . I Will KI'll lit TIKI
--- ... ... .
K..I.1 ...I. .1. . m
i-7-i ui i. mi i-iii.imu nan oi ine
i n-.w m iipn-.l hv A I Vounif. in tin
rown nl ih-'.iir' . not i (! 'e l jn hi
i .. . ii a . i i .1- .
I'Miii'-im" iiti'i. 'on ihki oil iixl MSHirn.
I to him. it ! in-jr Hi- Imlf of I he a iid lot
-nwn i tne lonh-wisf half. iiiliuininH
hi-lot of Mr. J M. Mi t'orkh'. nn Inni"
tn i t ! thfvaul town. TliH bit to Ugo!l
....i.. i i. .it . i i it .
"i-nni- uc-iiaii oi inr uvvrl in- honsi
i nis sine is i -.nl. rot tin U t. Distiirt
' imrl unit rt .iili.Tf ..j.-.. .. S 2.. I .
.111. i.m.i .tll-i, III. MM JU.'-IMM(! 111
'ivim iii i. 1 4, ikmiihs ami r. liakiT
I'lckctnl in thr county of Rowan.
Aignee in haitkrvptry and
This is done in order to reduce our Slock
as much as possible.
Carpets, Oil Clotls, aii Mafflis,
LITTHANN & LICHTENSTEI
WE ARE. BLOWING OUR LONG WHISTLE !
Q00D NE Y$
aMsl'iirr. . P..
July 10. 188S.
Having aflminisf erod upon the estate
of my late husband, Mr. Robert A. Knox.
hdee'd., this is to notify those having
Sbl r?.tu.r.u P1'1. RS of cuomers ,s to me for payment ou or before the lOth
f 3. H III (r W W-. TAP iilT.i M t 1. f I "
. .v,. n.ii Willi w a OOX OI li si V nf ii v 1SSQ nr. Ula
mT m J
the bpnefia of th " ? In York and Ne son, of Minnf, -?,
How long would it be oefW 8tSrH'pub1lcan8otedforit- FodrfudepeiuP
tioo would; occur and bankruptcy and f"1 mem,brs als voted aje. : The vote
rum flock toarether OTr i taken on the Dassae-e of th Mills
majpntv bad attempted to bring be- i Wlj?ult W M iUB.. '
fore the Hoiise the hill 4 j..? AiT When the vetts und rt-ii' maWUk.
tnxnttoa and lessen the flow of the final piwsaze-of ih biil.
; - ouwaen oi ren nsy I vamifdbtdined recoil
the suuff. B. B. B. cires better satisiU. tiim
thau any I ever sold. I have sold lu doien in
the past 10 weeks, a ud it gives good satisfaction.
If 1 don't remit all right for snuff write ine. ;
Yours, V. II. Braxuox.
It Removed the Pimple i. 1;
Rocxd Mocmtaix. Tenn., March 29, 187.
A ladj friend of mine bus for several' rear
been troubled with bumps and pimples tin her
face and neck, for which she used various cos
metics in order to remove them and beautily
and improve her complexioa; but these local
applications were only temporary and lft her
skin in a worse condition. i: ;
I recommended an internal Drenaratinn
known as Botonic Blood Balm which have
been using and selling about two years: she
used three bottles and nearly all Dimnlei hv
disappeared, her skin is soft and smooth, and
U i i.t .
ici grncriu iiea ita mucu improved. ajje ex
presses herself much gratified, and can fccom-
nienu ii 10 an wno are tnus a fleeted. si
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WAXITlSD, TraTelin? and local
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cninery. specialties to sell to the (rade.
State age, reference, amount expected
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MASSAY & CQ., I
A GOOD HOME.
Aqy one wishing to buy a good home
Jlacjfe, is invited to call on Mrs. H. E.
ohTison or Miss Victoria Johnson, $Torih
Wafd. corner Pulton and Kerr streets.;
188S. tf. if
notice will he
plead in bur of recovery. And those in
debted to said estate are requested to
make immediate pHyment.
IIAKKIET E. KNOX.
July 19, 1888.-6t. Administratrix.
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