. - ' H-tior Toller: ,
: V Mi Io spfak a few words on
nn article of tiie .VitKMiCau ot the Dili
ii1sl..-ih whkh l-he editors fee proper
io bounee, wtir his usual uegree fd
frarraHn,'ihe National Le;iur.-r of the
': L .iitrtis' Ui;i'n, J. 1.
' " Willetts,tiit is view on the t bird p irjy.
Tlte American Mar. tali liiitt an imhs-
4-reet dreauieivu fit sul j-ct tor tl(,e fo!
' house, or what not. it will hoi have the
tr-iideiicv .tq letr.u-t "the Alliance or
- lrmiW aiui LHt'orers' Union from.
tljeir piii7-es, 'which are expressed,
ortdituvBallv, in the silked interview
with Mr. Willetts. Lsay conditionally,
i n that the condition I 'bteed itpou
whether either of .i'he present parties
- t!l mnw to carry out the demands of
file Farmers' and and Laborers1 Union
in canrf8s Mid elsewhere. If such .is
Accomplished sind rxecutrd in Rood
, faith - and the old- part u-a can easily de-
. ' inon-strafed it by JSD2, then the third
' ir1y movement .will b done away
with 'but iiist nssnre as this is not "jc-
. Voitiphshed. t hu tlnr.i parjy in ue i ue
renirfor 1S01; and the American will
discover that its productions bf the
idV'ivt of toe paitv or its possibility
will be tVilur... Ve knoT the pOr-
i ; ruuu fit , iU Mlitoruil is to discourage
. not be flius delt wUh. 1 he nljr vvay
' to defeat, or rather prevent it, is, as he
, fore btafed; for: one of the "prescirt
parties to adjurt itself to good honest
Lbnr in'conL'iess, and jive' the country
fueli legislation as is demanded for its
" rrlifjaad-ftueh as should have been in
force years !i-;o. The laboring clases
will nilaign themselves with such par
; tv "regardless of politicsand with no
' ' Th American nias; infer that the
.southern -stales vvjil patronize a third
party in lahor circles, Lecaust i-ne -icp-;J
lefeiiUtive of most said states objected
"to the thnd paVty movement at Ocala,
Fli.,' but such , will not prove j,tnic
iTliP iimmswl.it. not thwt they would
lot heartily ew operate the ftituTe,
-if necessity demanded, but because
they thought wie to 'ive-th olU
-partiea tim Jo repent of their evil
vays" uttd do 'ooth Such boni fidft
'r'tpentenctj and o.l yvorks not having
iee-n writiwt ny wu niaKe ineni
ns solid ks.uUainajit withHhe't bird party
Jiioveinent. The oppressnd of the sou! h
oYe liberiy, jusiice ahd rlht as dearly
. iis lh(e overburdened dhes, who, being
mere judically aggressive, demand the
third JKirty ;iow. A knowledge of "the.
iiiiind-iitihi; on the wall" is what will
Ijdrfeat t4ie Force bilbV and W Jidnion
'ished, doomed is the party, hat does
-not conform to the just demands of 1 lie
people. - . - ,
A Tie -News. ' J Tae 1-Tew South.
Foujvlruie'n inn sleigh aftompted bj Cotton factory projected at L;iu rieus,
cr.sTrack ..ht-..d of a traiii near b. t.
Clule, Oh,o. AU u ere IriHed. I PoV:nHm: fi::.. strits its cotton mill
I - ' . t '
Fire af Montreal, Canada, recently this nunth.
ia-i.d losses aggregating l.,U00,UtX).
The insurance is 'ijO,UOO,
United States Senator Miicljell wa
... ?. . I v.l ' I . xt m 'if inn v . Hlf)
t - .1 t ti f. 7 St000 for a UvjUO loot Kitesian well
ut imblicans or the Uregan Legi,ia-. v
S". ft. Huff.)rdxind others are creeling
a woolen mill at Wytheville, A'a.
Galveston, Tex a, has appropriated
At the conclave of Illinois chiefs of
The Tredfger Cotli Manufacturing
company. is about to liLuil I a plant at
Al.i. I'he company will de-
B L M' i&M
tn 1 . - J
M.irbtii.iii. of Polo. - w.w elected ! cide u?OU !l site Jlt OUCe
The defic ol State Treasurer Wood
riiuU", of .Arkan-sas, is SUA,0l)(). His
!Kji:ds:;ran have decided to make good
Negotiations are pending for the re-
! inoval to Koanoke, Ya., of a 12,000
knitting mill by a .Northern party.
Roanoke will secure this industry, pro
vided a stock company is, organized for
the purpose of erecting the building.
! An agreement between the board of
presidents, of Salem, Ya.,-' with Co!.
West of Xew York, representing the
British and America Direct-Progress
Su-el company, Limited, has bee:i en
tered into for the immediately erection
of a oOO-tou steel plant.
A Boston syndicate, healed bv State
Senator HenHett, of Massachusetts, is
reported as having purchased half the
capital stock of the I3;acks!o e, Ya ,
Land and Improvement company ana
is to incorporate the Boston Textile
AXanufacturiyg company, for the pur
pose of erecting the woolen nulls re
Within the past ten months there
have been built and operated along the
Norfolk & Western .line, twelve blast
f-furnaqjes, eight rolling mills, twenty
uine iwood-workiwg establishments,
twenty-four foundries and machie'ne
works;5 .eighty-seven other industries,
five coal mines thirty- four iron mines,
2,000 coke ovens, and thirtv-four hu-tels.
fu his mesa're to
the isew Jersey
h'trisiuture. UoveriKr Abbott maue a
stone plea for a irrand display at the
Three men vere fatally scalded by
the bursting of a ste:mi pipe in the
Flison Electric Light Company" build
ing in Puiladelphia. -
On Wednesdvy the California legis
lature in i iiU sesion. formallvdechuvd
neiil- lie knows what wouldjLtdaiid . Srawford re-elected to the
f result. 15ut the people will United States Senate. 1
E. H. Ammidown, destler in dry
goods at New York", filled schedules re
cently showing his liabilities to be
SG'J7,UGu and actual assets, $UG,240.
Application b) wind up the. business
of the Can:il Forwarder's Association
Was made at Buffalo. It could not
compete with the railways.
E. M. Yan Tassell's grain elevator,,
at Eleventh street and Thirteen aven-
up, Ney ork, was uitted bv Tira
th other tlay. The lo-s was 2J0,-
Fire at Montreal hist week causal a
loss of $12j,UO0, well covered by ni
sun.nce. The Phillips Blocks , at
Prineetim was burned causing a loss
ofj?D0,000. -' .
m . j
i-Jffl BCOrrnTi j
i t.iiri.t iLI,
KEVER chokes .
Has All LAiTEST IKPROVE.ENT
KM ed. lhis feature ia ueulir t
no other, .tm
5 r.;'. M,!lwKEnanl .
1,..-.. a : . " liear TOU.
li- W.IBS'Sap A E5 F ATLANTA. OA. at
k -J I
jii7nrs: - i-t paid, lully
r, -f -1X-r-J:r rorrn . Oth. r ije
Ntititniiil IIeoij,oii! ist.
Should the Alliance' movement
v strong enough to really frighten
: jnohtical bosses in .lSi'2, there will
tfnit two parties in the Held, one
I Alliance and the other
i' WLeo the silver lobby succeeds in'
I . : bringing about amillier compromis?
' r the cotintry will have.free .coinage of
.silver audv their ocenpation will be
it. ' -j;one. Indications point now. to, 'a
free coinage bill.
II 1 "What the nest move will be by tlu;
'I . eastern monopolists to stir dp section
V , Jul strife now that the force bill seems
to be dead, is hard to imagine, but
t .'.that sotue measure will be -brought up
tVo one need have any doubt. Just as
Jong as tiie exploiters' can keep" the
North, 'Swuth and West fighting each
!'.. other, just so "-'long they will contin-
ue tp Jeyy tribute.
' " Th3 Two Plans.
, Natio:mI Economist.
The sub-Treasury plan, and the pr'cr-
rposed sk'in o" loan i ng money direct
to the people-on real estate securitv
.different and distinct proposition?.
- oridifferent objects; they. do not con
ilict.il caiiinj(t be consolidated. One
r$ intended to increase the 'volume f
jneney in cifctilatiow, and the 6 her is
intended to prevent any sized volume
of money from violent contractions,
. which depress prices. - The sub-treas-
. nry bill as .now before Congress was
adopted at-Ocala, and the policy" of the
land loan system was afte,! a full dis
cussion, adopted with the distinct un
derstanding that Uie quantijy of land
Ifclid the uinottnt of .mtiney should be so
r limited that the measure would be of
.0 useito' any but the debt riddeir poor.
Advices from Coulee Citv, Washing
Ion, says the young.. Indians on the
Front-Col villi; reservation are in war
paint and are eager to fight. Settlers
are preparing i'or an. outbreak.
There are according to the State
Commissioner of' K-iilro cds, 1,018,73
miles of railroad in Michigan. The
gross earnings for the year 1800 ag
greKnted SUO.323,071,02; not income,
, It is reported that American manu
faeturers (jf siotls,l)obbinsfand shuttles,
in conjunction with Britis'i capital
ists, 'are forming a syndicate with 5,
000,000 capital to control the business.
At the close of its annual session at
Springfield, the Illinois State Board of
Agriculture agreed on a chisiicliaiion of
premians for- this year's State- Fair,
and 830,000 was appropriated for that
The directors of the Milwaukee,
Like Shore & Western Railroad de
clared, the regular semi-annual dividend
6f t Free and one-half jrer cent on the
preferred stock and an annual dividend
of seven percent on the common stock.'
Ths Seamans1 Union in sessioa at
Detroit recently, decided to withdraw
from the Knights of Labor and form
an independent society, which will
amalagainate with rhe seamen's society
organization of the Atlantjj and Pacific
At nearly the same time, one dav
last week three fires were blazing, at
NeAv York Yan Tassell's grain eleva
tor, Morgan & -Cornell's tinware fac
tory, and Campbidh'N.cholls' & Geor
ge's bonded stores. 'The losses a"-M-e-
A character has been issued from the
Secretary of State's otlise, Yirginia, to
Constant A. Andrews, Calvin S. Briee,
Russell St regis, Eeverton Chapin.tn,
Simuel A. Closer, Frank E. Randell,
Clarence Andrews, Edninud Sui.th and
others, incorporating a company for
leading and in in in;
coal land recently
170WLMI COHIllV, VV. Yil.
(.')' XT Y mVEUXMEXT.
Clerk Superior Court, W G Watson.
"Sheriir. Jas M Monroe
Keiter of D-.ls, X Woodson
'J reasurer, J Sam'l MeCubbius.
Purveyor, Ji C Arey.
Coroner, D A At well.
CoiiHi.iiotsers, W LKlu.'i?. ehainnan,
Ir L W Coleiuan, Cornelius Ke-t!cr J
A Stewart and I V Patterson-.
Sup't I'uhlie .Schools, T C Linn.
Sup't of Health, Dr J J Sum lnerell.
Overseer ofl'oor. A 21 Brown.
wa rvnu t
Organ of thi N.'.C. S;ate Alii. nice
Edited by Col.L.'L. Poi'c, ;-sb,teJ by
Rev. Bavins C.a!e. The p:iper. will be
kept tip to tin. uiial high s
Subscribe 'for if, oily Si'- pir y
vane. me Progressive yarnier
aiid the Watchman- will bj 'sen'
new subscribers at SI. 75 for both
FA KM ER,
4: , ,r
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i Xb. 13
L .RAMSEY- PROP'R,-
hrnil (be fiftieth y.n of iuh.-.:':. I: i i ikioI.u. uWr"':
'pft, as lare sji i C3 v t" ' :irry V.',- ni,!.i;,.,ti. V y. ;i I
ran ntko frt.m tu Ni 1 .-i ,:.v n! lr.?r. !..? i ;t? , ,;
oin eipdriei'p. Hr;r r 1: cur- ft.:s. ; , .
AdJir.Ji. HAL1.L i I 4. CO. . I -I SfrO. 1 -.11 -M-. :
Mayor, T C Linu
Clerk; I) U Julian.
Treasurer, TH Foust.
Police, It W Price,' chief, J F Pace, G
W Pool, 1LM Barrinirer.
Coininissioi-ers North want, J A Rcn
(lle'iKUJ, I) M Miller; SuiHh ward, ) Jf
.inlian, J A liarrett; Past ward, .1 U Co
don, T A CoiUihenour; West ward, K
Holmes, J W 3Iaunev.
Coiapiete n all its AppBlntnenls.
EVERY AHIETY OP HUntIXO DoXE
With Neatness and Dispatch,
icquired in Alc-
Methodistr-f.Seryiecs everv Sanihiv ni
11 a in and (i p Praver meetinii
every Wednesday at (j p iu.' Jiev Dr.
W II Pei'lhjjastor,
Sunday seiqol every Sutulay afternoon
at: o'clock. J W Maunev, sup't.
Scales save a good deal ol friction iu
Farmers who know how to produce
at a relatively low cost are always at
tlieliiead of the procession
He who starts a ?ood
in country neighborhood and jMit-
enougn or interest into u to
going, is a public benefactor.
Twelve acres of corn near Sib!
Missouri, the past season yie'iUd l'ui
one or our suoc
when cribbed. 'Ti
nber.i Do ) buh(d's
ow is 1 hat fcr lis-.
In the experiments now in progress
at the Ohio Experiment station, pct.ish
seems to have no effect o:i wheat
whether used aione or in iiny combination.
The Michigan State Funeral Direc
tors' Association held a special meet
ing, lately and recomeuded a law mak
ing it. a misdemeanor to use arsenic inH"1 decided to make a change in the
management, to take effeqt upon tne
1st of Februan
i Major Peyton Randolph, who is now
general manager, has been made third
vice president of the Richmond and
Danville and Mr. Wm. 1L Green now
superintendent, is to be general man-
preser.vrng bodies, claiming that 'un
dertakers, by the use of arsenic, are of
ten made scapegoats for those guilts of
murder.. - -
o7 They Will Work. V
; - K National Economist.
; It is quite evident from the tone of
Ihe subsidized press that a campaign of
slander, mi.sreprtfseiitatio:i, and false
hood will be coinnieHced, against the
Alliance as oon Us t he present' session
8? has adjtmrned. A:? jit
ifimpt wilPbe. made to array lone sec-
',r- lion ol theAlliauce igainst the at her
-in order that .both m py be- destroyed.
lh s method win be pursued because
ojt the weakness of some nf the breth.
Veil t give cielence to wh;t ni.iV be
fl tid by the eneniy concerning the acts
j fof thoie phned in trotitiof the battle.
'11, c ibvii (. iitu-cii i.o I'roicci aiut care
fijr .tht welfare of the Alliance can be
4r5lt -defciidint?-" or rvnl.iie.in.r iLiv
I y'Tl . ' I .-5
f cinuact Xx suspicious or h all-heart rd.
orethreji,itl eir us tnlness and rT"res
styeuM will liejlistroyi'd iud thol
, jetts of the enemy attained.. Let the
V' brethren Le warned in tu.e, ::gainsi
: ' nil i&'iith ;dteinpt's and "meet, them , as
1 Alliawt-e men should, knowing theii
ot'j.'ct, wivh seor.i and couh nipt. Tin
i !. . . 'If. .J. tl-'-" I '
uas i-oiiie lor Ai.i vnee men ti
st:ud by each other, and in' the event '
' . of- d;2reuce.i Id. them .le srttled
usior.g the bredire.n as,thy sho.dd .le.
i '-. ; Jiojuity to each-other stud" loVabv tt.
i ie principles' ofrihe AlH irce w-ll
: i ' riiig about in thf near future the
i ; . complete -irimnpa of die 'i jjf:?ndesl
, cause .LelbrV t-Fw. .vorld to-dav.
1 - - - l.l tj.-I. - ; - -
His Taper Was Read 3y Somebody.
Years ago when Henry Grady was
struggling to bring Hie Rome Commer
cial into front ranks,' says the Rome
(Ga) Tribune; he called one day and
asked the Rounsayille Brothers for an
advertisement. J. W. Roihsavilh re
plied: "Why Grady; nobody reads
your paper; it, is no use to advertise in
it." A Jiappy: thought suggested itself
to Mr. Grady. Be went to his office
Ttvliich appeared next morning in the
Counncrcifil: ''Wanted, filty- cats.'
Liberal price for the satire. Apply to
the Rounsaville Brothers:" , Well the
picture that presented itself atRounsa
vill s -corner next morning be-ars
description. Boys of all ages aiufses
boys of tints, from the fair-headed
youth to the sable Ethionhm- h:1r
Kootcd boys and ragged boy, read-
ieu;eo ouvs, i reciiietace bov; town
boys and country ,boyS-boTsfroni all
parts of lloyd county blocked up the
sidewalks, door ways and street -with
baps-full of cats cat of every de
sermtion, name and order house c its
yard cats barn cats, chiiah cats fat
ca s and lean, houest cats and thwvish
cats Ve,ll, tomaken long story short.
theKounsaviljes told Mr. Grady to
reserve a colrfmn for their advertise
met as Jong as his paprrcontUuitd; and
tnat w;as j nsfc vluit Giv.dy wanted
head in; iters
4u R ikig.i, as a payment for advenis
.B,je,He oo -.is-.scarce. TbU fVv.
I alVS -0!fe !d weather
I atts. c oncord Slandartl.
I II . i 1 ' - 1 ) ,
ii inert is any iniug as nooiiity m
America, it is that which follows the
plow and turns up God's good soil for
the iiiiiiutenance of the peoples whom
Professor Wrightonays agriculture
is a born science. It is lull of botany,
zoology, geology, entomology. It is
flill of chemistry, from ihe soil to the
growing plant, the ripening seed and
the animal life which is the outcome.
ti ii a in ami cv.,o j in. 1'ravei- no etiiii;
every Wednesday at 8:.'J0 p m. Key .
liunipie, 1) 1), pastor.
Sunday school every Sundr.y afternoon
at 1 p in. J .Uinu)!e, sup"t, -
Lutheran Services every Sunday at 11
a in and 7 p m. Prayer meeting every
Wednesday at 7 p in. Key ('has 11 Kin,
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at o p in, 11 ( Kizer, sup't.
I'i.i copal Services every Sunday at 11
a in and G:o0 m and Wednesday at G:0
..... -l.-.iri. i i
l iii. iiev i jiiinH-en, reeior.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at :? p in. Capi Theo Parker, Vnp't.
Paptist Sei vices evt ry Sunday inorn
Hii: and niht.. ; l'rayi r meeting ewrv
Weil.iexlav night. 4iev '-
pastor. . '1 , y
Sunday school every Sunday at V a.m.
Tho.s L Su ink, Fop't.
(.'atliooe Services every second Sun
day at lu a m hnd , p niT Kev Francis
Aiever, pas:i)i :
Sunday s.li..,. every Sunday at 10 a in. '
V M C A Devotional services at Hall
every Sunday A :':.() p in. lh:iness meet-'
ing lirst Tliursthcy ni-ia in every month.!
I II Pou-f, ines't. i
I . 1'u!:N!.mJ t-v,-ry V-V-lao !;v at Tt kx, Kan.,
ly 1 in- a'.1vcv.;:i? i'tii.n.-Iau i.ai ;v r year.
r " u
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fill 1Q.91 . 5H ::
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Lv Hot Snriiiirs
jLy Aheviile .
I Lv P jundKuob
j Lv Marion .
Lv Morgan ton
! Lv Hickory
: Pv Newton
; Jv Statesville
: At Salisbury
! Ar Greensboro
I Ar Danville
! A-r Richmond
, Jv Durham
: Ar Raleigh
Ar New York
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12 b,a xji
8 Mo'u m
'i 1 p m
1'' 0 p ni
( 5 p ni
1- IT) p m
4 lo j) m
0 20 a in
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12 A ) a m
1 4: a m
2 -50 a m
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Ball & Weeidins; Invitations
Caveats, and 1 ra.''.o-:-Is
tSt 1U iuoss C.--.: !;;f:t'-.l f . r
(' 'I office io c. :-r"i-y.)
: .uaa vc can m :;r
! -beed iaot!-t. V:r..
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No "-: Botch Work.
Rumored Change of Railroad OScers.
The Washington corr. sponpent of
tiie Atlanta Constitution says the di
rectors of the Richmond niuf Danville
Piedmont Air Line system of railroad.
The Georgia Pacific will also be un
der Mr. Green's management and will
be put in (irst-class condition ot cuice.
Pulton Lod-e No (J A P & meets
every !irt and third Pridav ni"hl in each
month. K P, Neave, W M.
Sa!is!ury Lod', No 21. K of P, meets
every Tuesday nijilit. A II Hoyden, C C.
Salishury Lodue, No 77o, K oi' H, meets
every 1st .-md :)s Monday night in each
month. C T Bernhardt. Dictator.
Salishury Council', No 272, Royal Ar
canum, meets every 2d and 4th Ionday
nilit in each month. J A Ramsay,
Satisfaction Guaranteed, f;""
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12 10 p, a
12 o7 p-m
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4 22 p m
o ,S pia
7 L'O p i A
7 p K l
7 o p in
oo p m
I No .,.
4 40 pan
o 40 p m
-7 p m
C 51 p 1:1
7 0 p in
S-.00 p ju
7 4.0 a ia
! -IO ;.:.r
17 i ia
G'Oo i. i a
Lv .A siic Hit'
Ih-ys -i City
A r 3h-yen ( i y
' ' WavuesNiiic
4 r,0 a-tn
! 20 a m
2- Oo p m
4 0-Tp ni
Oliiee hours from 7:o0 a m to G.oO p m.
Money order hours 9 a m to o m.
Sunday hours 112:15 a m to 1:00 j m
J H Ramsay, P !M.
fl A TTETlTriT Take no shoe nnlen
l.rt 91 I eIIIW W. I Douglas' namfl and
A JLUXl price arc stamped on the
bottom. If the dealer cannot supply yoa,
keiil direct '.u factory, cucIobIus advertised
Orders by m:ul solicited and prompt-
I ly attended to.
Salisbury, N. C.
ale of La;
On Saturday the 21st d i y o
February, 181)1, I Avili sell at
the Court House door in Sali.s
Uury, at public auction, to the
highest bidder the followinir
tracts of land belonging to L. J.
Armfield, M. L. Armfield and
Miss Lou. Armfield, lying -in
One tract containing 115 acres
(the hqpie place) adjoining the
lands of Daniel Penninger and
C. P. iPcnninger, about one
fourth fn cultivation ami one
half in pieavily timbered bottom
land; this tract contains a uood
two-story dwelling, bannd
Also the "Gold Mine" tract
containing 80 acres adjojnim--the
lands of T. L Thom),
and others; about two-thirds of
this tract is in timber
Terms of sale: One half cash
l i t ' ? if
Ibe Standard, m fyu of aWs?, uili
arce,rt Sc.ne "rel used" no-s ties fron,
tt.e iiic binond T r m
Apur.ea, with the boss P u. t u"w ni twelve months
of tbNorthCaroiina part Wlth s Per cent, interest Title
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Tine Calf, Heavy Laced Grain and Creed
I?est in 'he world. I'.xanitno his
S5.00 JEM'Ii; HAND-! 1: V Y. I snOE
S4.00 IIAND-SKWKD M KI.T SIlOIv.
S3.50 I'OfJCr, AND FAKMKI5V SI'.OE.
S'i.iiO KXTIJA Wl.l'K.CAM'IsIIOE. .
'i WDIIK IN;VI K.N'S SHOFS.
tsi.OO ami S1.tr, HOYS' SCIIOOI, MIO:3.
All luutle in CoiiRross. Ilulton and I.ace.
S3 & Sg SHOES JSSa.
81.75 SHOE FOR MI5S.
Best Material. lient StyJe. Best Tittlajr.
W. L. Dougla. Bro-kton, Mass. Sold bj
V f " t V ' 1 71
Uradfield's Feniale Itenhdor worket.
like a eharm; improvement been wonder
fid; cannot express my latitude. Wish
every lady alilieted would t ry it. I know
t would eiMe them. Mns. Lui.r A. Loxt;.
Sj.:iim (;rtit, 1'la. Write the liraillk-ld
Regulator Co., Atlanta, Cla.. for further
particulars. Sold by all dr
' . X.s. !) and 10. Pulli'nan sleepers be-
v. n ( Jreenslxiro and M orristown.
s. 11 and.li. PnU'iia.n Sh ei.er.s be-.
yi en ll..t Spih.-s and, Wasliiujitoii and-X'-
Nos. land 11. Piilman Parlor Cars
m --tween Hot Springs ami Columbia.
,J..s .L Taylor, ' V A Winburn,
(ien Pass A-!, Div l'ass At,
Washin-ton, 1. C. Aslieville, N. C.
EKK CUAIOK. - I.. il.Cl.I MI t
CRA'IGE & CLEMENT,
Attornova -A.t Xji,xr
Salisbuky, X. C.
-b. 3rd, 1831
Ideals t'je Seres,
Itestorcs the Senses
cf Taste and niel;
rrsY THE GUP.E.
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A particle js applied to each nostril and
is agreeable. Price r0tcents at I)rur-in-U-:
bv mail registered, o0 cent's. ELY
PROTI I PUS; 5G Wr.rren St., Xev York.
Steam, Air and Vaciiiirn. .irtimps, Vertical andHcrisou -
tal of every variety and capacity.
reserved until purchase monev-sClis
r .; K.J. HALTOM. A-ent
JaifclT, 1891. ' "
Ssgular Uorisant?.. Ficton.
V . :'
Iv.;-tf . r .
nujst siinrile, (h'rablu and efJefi-n
X - ----- v i
Puinp in trie market for Klines, Quarries
Kefin,eVies; r'veries. Factories, ArtesJiam
wells, Fire dutv and vvneral manufacturing
purposes. 51" --nd for Catalogue.
T'alo. CMSROlfSAId PUMP f
S -If I
n.vsr Srui:i;T Nkw
Phjlrrcii Crv for Pitchsr1? Cactoria.'
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