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Editor and Prop.
r ; SUFSCIlirIOX KATES.
OUe year inadvauce
Cuth.i of livo
LMutwof tetCor more
i TEKMS STlilCTLY CASH.
'f he Watchman is organ of the Alli
miceinthe 5th and 7th Congressional
The Watchman' has 00 percent more
circulation than any paper published in
E itervd as aaoond-cUss mall at Su!isbur . ". C.
THUKSDAY, OCT. 22, 1SU1.
pur This nr your pi 112
Flain Fact aiul Sharp, IMtliT Sayings
froia iteform 1'apers.
Fun 11 v hoiv the twin parties sympa-
Vuv.i ' with ana consume fac huc.
Who would hive-thought three years
ago? Alliance Sun.
WASHINGTON" LE tTKU.
Blaine Endorses McKinley'a Tariff Act
The Treasury Department Is
snes a Cirenlar Other
Correspondence of l&c Watchman,
Washington, D. C, Oct 19, 1891.
Mr. Blaine's letter 'emiorsing the Mc-
Those who-are cettins rich out of K; t is tj.e principal sub-
the present stare or aua. "Fi V-nV- . , f conversation anion- the few
change. Are von getting incur --77. . ....
Acokii, Marshall, 111.
The Alliance is an organ J
SPARE THE LIVING.
TTmW the head "Snare the Dead;-
the Herald of the lGth proceedsr to
lecture the Watchman for referring
to a dead man.
Lint r.eek the Watchman contained
an item about the death of Congress
man W, L. Scott, Pennsylvania,
who' recently-died worth $20,000,000
-We as!:ed the following question
4iNow what sort of laws do you expect
from a congressman who is so rich? 1
We say to the Herald, H Spare he
liTnig." We know jt is out of place to
refer to any holy after they are dead in
an uncomplimentary way,Jjut iye are
going to lay down the proposition that
110 u man can-die .Worth S2'),00l),0()0
who has "lived, an honest life.V He
niay he honest in the way that is
called business,' hut according to the
im-atest of all hooks he nets that
which belongs to others
million .dollars i immense sum.
.If made in silver dollars it would
weigh one million, two hundred and
eighty thousand pounds or six hun
dred and forty' to:is. - The amount is
politicians left in Washington by the
izeJlprotest lte(l Sfc:tte cnnipaigns. It was :i Ue-
afike acrainst the tlurtv-foui'stoYy build- cidW surprise to the democrats wno
in"' of the city and the sod- house 01 somehow naa got me wen ui.it jai.
r ' .'..i. I . . -m r
the pnin ie. Illinois Alliance. Blaine yas still opposed to the Jic
A "calamity howler" is one who J Kinley-act and to its author. There
thinks for himself, and refuses to be j no doubt that at one time Mr
lleeced l;v the legal thw ves ana pontr- .B.line WilsWy hitter towards the
clans. jecuuisey nmM,,,,. rr.V",v 1.511 nA Ur.U nnt.hnr.
It is the peonies movement. It w , ,r r,.Tc;nMV ns;i;VMlv
u-resistahle as an avalanche. 1 lie pe- fud aft.r several long conferences
pie am not being led. 1 ey u e gm . :n(.ornorale Mr. Bhiine's reciprocity
somewhere themselves. lopeka A'11" ide.LS i,ll0 the origin House Tantl
auce lrrbunjl'. i-ii. ,.,i L-n()Wtl thut some of the
Some Alliancemen are just ginning men who now talk the loudest about
All' ? . . .. I .Kiil-.lfl...! ... . i i. . l..l.i I Pni INa W k M ! I t 1 I
over lor Alliance puueipies, out 11. 1 reciinocibj wan ivi
have a dollar to spend tor a newspaper, rocity amendment to the civiniev
thev chuck it 111 to teed the enemy. bill more to placate 3lr. Diaine tiian be
Tecumseh Uepublican. cause they really favored the idea The
Our fathers trusted in the honor, PuW.caii? all pretend to take
i 1 i t 1. i 1 .
:i 1 p tua fr Ulaines letrer as a maiuM- m course
XnW?U y't: T n ' but t.,ot. few of them it was a yery
7OOU L' ivei n 1111 vjui t. j . . 1
trust in bribery and corruption m u'" n ' , XJ r ,r
j 1 t hat Mr. Blame would, as he had done
success. La. Alliance farmer. . ' , ; .
1 1 n 1 iih 1 jIjiii t Miiiui rircuiiii. iiL.i
26,000,000 of the American people vca- beeD bjs l,:u,ds off. All a-:ree
are homeless and yet oiir government tu.lt tbe letter will help McKinlev, dif-
has ilonated dJ,UUU square nines 01 me 1 ferine of course according to - pohtica
II 1 . 1.. .Hlt-.H.irilMlG I 1 .1 . 1 fl 1
puoiic uomatu to r.mio.iu preiudice as to the extent or help
: w . i: 1 t u'.ii 1 . ww -i
now snoeKiag; finance jnu. Presitlent Harrison, it is saai, an
Hip fanners will lose n on need to his Cabinet at its last meet
, , w s , ,
M.nn.ihnn thpirrrooof wheat this vearJ in the names ot several men who hac
C5" " I . ... ' . "
stolen by speculators, to
leen selected for important appoint
ments. lncludinir the vacancy on the
Court of Claims, which meets nex
Monday. For once there seems to b
no leak, and none of the names have
;ot out, .although the persistency on
Oil lid me
government warehouses after tne sub
treasury plan. Industrial Educator.
An Atlanta man want $2,000 for
Twenty j slipping up on a bannna jeeling. The
Alliance is 1 ne ..a mm v .... g o . t,u .irt of cert;lin rrotuinent republi
which a good many ohLmoss-back po - Cm3in pred!i.tingthat Ex-Congressmun
incmns are si.ppiug up.ouaiu,-rn i- Th(Mn ((f ()lli0f wi,j K() ()U lluj
I i-i n r-u h :i r IIIPI' - I 1 . 1 i-ii i t i '."
,,,"v-v' couit, or Claims, makes it iooic as
If vou doubt, dear reader, that the though they had been given a "pointer''
nlutocrat who talks about the silver I by somebody, "it is expected that t hi-
ro great that; if his fortune was divided i0l liir being worth only sev.'iity-eight appointment will be annonm ed this
anions' all the people of the--u nited ; cents is lying, -jut offer him seventy- week, as it is regarded as important
States tluV would have abouLoO cents 'ight cents for a silver dollar and see that'the Court should meet with a fuli
each. Now tell us that a man can
i.rat his fellow, men ridit and necumu-
siivei nave cmivi
TOBACCO PAC fOUY.
An Account of the Dnrliam Alliance
Tobacco Factory The Brands
At Favcttevil-le two vearsao the State
Alliance recommended that Alliance to
bacco factories be established in different
rts of the State and urged that they be
patronized liberally. This is ri-ihj, for
tho people who raise a thing certainly
have us much right. to manufacture it as
J hese factories have been established
at diflFerent points in the -Slate and all
have been a success, the factory at
Durham has been in operation for more
than twelve months. It hs paid the
stockholders and benefitted the buying
Every one of the stockholders are
farmers and members of the Alliance.
The stockholders live in four counties
The capital is $10,000 and the capacity is
100,000 pounds per annum. I he buiUI
ing occupied is of brick, three stories
hi"h, heated by steam. 1 he braurts are
Sun Cured sweetness," 'r . A. s u. U.,"
"Half Dime," " Hayseed, " "Tip Top,"
"Clod Hopper," "Low Tariff," "Alliance
Favorite" aud "XicUe Plug." They put
it up iiv ten pound caddies and twenty
The Durham Alliance Tobacco factory
makes these brands especially for the
Alliance trade. They have customers
from Virginia to California. Every Sub
Alliance will do well to patronize this
fartorv. It is vour own restitution and
will sell you good, sound tobacco, either
tine or common at prices that defy com
petition. The Watchman has seen the
factory, knows the men in charge of it
and c;m cheerfully recommend them to
tho brethren everywhere
Send for a ten pound caddie or twenty
pound box aud be convinced
No Slorc Hazing: ut Iavilson ,
Davidson College. X. C ,
The whole body of students at David
son College, with only two exceptions
have 1 1 cent ly signed a paper in which
each one pledges his honor, to abstain
from every form of hazing during his
connection with the College, and to use
all honorable means to prevent any fu
ture student liu;a indulging in the prac
tice. Ibis annihilates "freshing' at
Davidson certainly for several years,
possibly for all the future.
i if he will trade, Illinois Alliance. - bench
nrlRr,rth nlntoerats of Wall The Treasury department has issued
oiled the two old parties a pamphlet, copies ot winch may be
ventriloquist conducts hud upon appitca mn to the part
us mimic old man and T.ni '"K1, :A i'f History, of
.. . - ... i as the traveling
les, the hated "reiorm papers win .,r,vlJ f I.
'coiithiw to call-black-black ahd wliite ! women, to tickle the senses and collect Coinage Legislation in the United
...i zl. . i ' i:.: ..l 1 n ... . .:.,i.l... p w ...i .. T....i,.. states, which contains all legislation
long. asv such men run the!ri';,!l
This boets farming: The First Na-
" affairs of this coujiliy. So far as -wet
s'e the refonn papers are the only jn
ilnence that is strong enough or-that
will be strong enough to save this
country from the fate of Rome and
In accumulating such fortunes busi
ness itj carried on systematically. The
employes ot tiies millionaires are
, , - , , another election comes around. Stick
scanty, ana many ot them actually i(1 lierp Mr ilin , Politician.-Ken
n rrt i .i.l' . '
snUer. l he popie who ride over their; tucky W itness.
on the subject down to the silver act
of the last Congress relating to the
Pustmast-er-uener.il Wan? maker i
so well pleased with the working of his
tional Bank of New York on a capital
of 350,000 has made '0,500,000 clear
in eighteen yers, an average annual reCent order mak ing all promotion
inhr ,11 iml' I'ullt I llt. 1o Vt'h U t lioi? I i 1 1 1 I I I ! .1
l"""""1 '"r' '"1 . j j tue various graueu cierKsiitos ot tne
oppose the Sub-1 reasury plan. Indus- host Qlice department dependent
ll lai xviiicator. tsole v on the resu t of eomnehve ex
j i .
The time has gone by In Kentucky animations of clerks in the next grade
1 ll I I III, 1 I (l,..f In.. .... I,... (, .... .1 VI...
ie v.ii M tne peopie can oe sa.iuieu ani wiuvt, uim n-. nnn. iu r.Mtim me
,.e" ridden to polls by politicians, and after S:ime -y-tem to all grades of post office
: being voted, be turned out to" grass until employes, including the railway mail
The Congressmen who will sell tin
government. publications to w hich In
is officially entitled, instead of distribu
ting them among his constituents, for
whose information they are printed at
an enormous expense, win bear watch
U tt, - 4-.. l 1. iwoi nie ion -irsiK iliici mil, I U.i t., e s
u it cniei mi a ctuuei i uu imoiii;ii - , , . . . , . . v, . , 1 1 ocooc mat ?uuic un; i ruien ill e
fhe eye of a needle than for a rich manH JTlT. n " 3 il1 tll;lt v st:l11 "",
J L ROYAL S8S?il J a
railroitds and burn their coal pay trib-
"W'hat will the harvest he?" Well,
1 I fa f "k 4 1 1 i . I V ni'o' AK.tirin rw . ... il,, J, . 4 . . a J. . . 1 it
.nc wuiurucitiaiiuij appetite iui . neieaoouis a preiiy goon 'crap, a
gold. They , get big fees from corpora- ! rather hard, hot time for the farmer,
tioris for ' niisrenrpsenriiKT tho ueii!e
a good rate off for the railroad, and a
i, a - ' i - i - -
to enter the gates of heaven
he has received a number of letters
TM.a mQ.if brw!.- antra 4- U I- r.1, .. 1 1 I f . .. ( . I...: . 1 i 4 1 . 1':...
of the editors of the subsidized press . nwt cha- usurv. What a sfpiirming Second Congress telling that they had
mu going 10 iiuve a nam, lime to get , .there wi be in he when a t imm wwivw i.wt:. i-.nvk fnfttr. iinrhn
national bankers g't there. The sis- n.trties offering to sell ..800 conies of
,sing and hissing of a lot of rattlesnakes tlie agricultural report and 21G espies
in a orusn tire w.u be nothing com- ot the special report on Diseases " ot
pared to n. .National Citizens Alii- the Horse. The number offered for
nice. Uale is ureeiselv- that allottpd to i;udi
u Foreign p-anit.al" is Wlirn nnlir BO member of the Fifty-tirst Congress;
long as it. is not in this country, when hLen('e the conclusion of the S-cretary
oMee it comes here it is imtnediately that it is some man or men who were
naturalized - and is at imp liable fn members ot that Uongress whtj are
aii the protection afforded by our legal offerin to sel1 wll:lt properly belongs
paraphernalia including our police- to their constituents and not to them
mens clubs and -gutting guns. Illi
through, too. Unit some of them will
not" be loaded down with money. U
will be u political glory" that will
hang like a niilf-sLone about their
necks. "Spare the living1' from such
legislators and from such editors.
;AN ALLIANCE GOVERNOR.
Under the abovejieading the Herald
of the 10th, in "-answer to a corres
pondent the Watchman, saia that
there was no objection to an Alliance
povernor provided he is sound on the
doctrine? of the democratic party.
We have no special desire to see a man
governor who belongs to the Alliance
at all. We don't know that snrh n
'inan would make any better-governor,
nor indeed any other officer. But we
will put it just, the reverse from tfce
way the Herald has it: We have no
objection to a democrat being elected
governor provded he is sound on the
doctrines and traditions of the Alli
ance. But party traditions don't go
very far nowadays. If the Herald
means a man --who will go around dur
jug the campaigu and yell tariff, in
ternal revenue, make sectionafspeeehes
and then -after he is elected cater to the
whims of the rich' of the State 'and
'smile for t kern -alone and neglect the
business and agricultural' interests of
the State, then we don't" need him, no
matter how sound his party doctrine
nor how manv Alliances he 'may be a
member 'of. North Carolina needs a
yrmg, aggressive" ;md progressive'
in.in v ho knows nothing but his duty
and resj)onsibility as c&ef officer of a
bom? of the state pipers are repro
ducing an article credited to an ex
change to the effect that the govern
ment does not extend aid to whiskey
Saturday might have been fairly
called ''administration day" at the
Ecumeuical Conference, as President
Harrison, Secretary Foster and Secre
tary Noble attended and made short
Only $190'-for the J?ojressira Far
mer, atchmin and a picture, of all
ike officers of the, witiojul MJlance hi
cludinj each State President.
s.iid to a Georgia audience
U't V stalwart repnb'icjm 1
wonid be a democrat,"! hen he proceeded
to ridicule the People's party. Is he
X'Vfiog to nnnV the two old jiirti.-s
distillers .We suggest that they "read ailbjVct'before the conference for the
up . ,M,.e ueio.e ,ney so rumiiy ac- day Iternat ional Arbitration and his
cept the statement as "strarglit goods." few remarks were well chosen and
Cottage Home. - most happy in their effect, particularly
The World's Fair Commission will u'".)n the rore!n delegates, one ot them
apply to the government for a- loan of ATV" U : -U''w. ot Scotland
.$5,000.00.0 to carry on the proved marking aloud to Bishop Hurst: -We
opjp will watch nave ro no away with monarchies
A cream of tarlar baking powder.
Hiyhet of 'vll in b-avennur strength.
:itest U. S. GovernmeMt l'ood lleport.
AVe liiixo im.w in st ro the most magnificent
c.!ii.itnii of liib class Pry (JooiU hihI kin-
ilre;l ware? ever shown uiificr u:if roof m . C
SOUTHKIIN' IN'tKii-STATj; KXP( ISITIUN",
To bo IfeM lit UaleigH, Get. 1 to Dec. 1, 1801.
Visitors to the- Eii'ojition arc cordiallr in
vited l.i vi-it our store,- where thry will b
kbi'lly, p.iiitely mul itttentiVely waitetl uo.
SIRiPiMNG BY MAIL.
To tlioc who do not expect to visit Ralciyh
during the Kx,tosition or who desire to make
anv iirepMnvtion b. lore that time, w e are p.ba
to serve ia the most satisfactory manner, by
tie? r.i-an of our thoroughly equipped Mnil
Dress Goods, Wrap?. Shoes, Ilousefurnishing
Goods. IJoMery. Corsets, Gloves, Underwear,
Carpets, Curtains. &c. kc.
Letters of in(piiry promptly answered; gam
pies cheerfully sent. When writing for sam
ples our patrons will please bo definite as to
the kind of good? desired. Intelligent atten
tion can then be given their orders.
this." It was perh. ips only a
coincidence, but immediately
fair. The Alliance peoi
tin -j.iwiiun iuu wnn liueresr. it is
araned bv the onnonents of their nm. qeer coincidence, I
nosit inns" that it. i i.nf,,.ui;tuf;nJ after talking to the conference about
tho srovernment to loan mnnoc prtf Unternaiionalarbitration Mr. Harri-.on
taue Home. paid a visit to the gun lactorv at the
v asnington isavy Lam wincn is
Since the Fort Worth scab con- turning out heavy steel guns, for the
venuontne Alliance ot lexas is a umt avv, which are m the opinion of ex
on the UeaU demand. The whole perls not co milled lv either Krunn or
body has been purified. Thev have got- Armstrong, the largest gun makers of
ten i id ot all t he scabs and tilt h. They
are in splendid fightii.g trim. Anil
what is true of the Alliance in Texas
is practically true: of the Alliance all
over the eon ntry, I ndust rial E l ucat or.
There are 43 per ceni more home
less people in this country now than
there were eleven years ago. Under
present financial conditions, whether
the alien land law be repealed or not,
the farmers and business men of Texas
cannot pay their delds. And we see
no prospect of preseutfondititms beiug
changed until the people rise en mass
and rescue oiir country from the' grip
f 1ritislr-and American shylochism.
Will yon help do it? Industrial Educator.
(.ODDS DELIVERED FREE
(K.XL'pt Furniture and Crockery.)
On all m;h of $."i.art.and over we will deliver
goods free to nearest Express office or Railroad
O. & B. S. Mer & Co.
Mcn'lon the Watchman wliea,jou write.
Fresh Garden Seeds at re
Clover and Grass Seeds at
tlie lowest prices atEnniss' Drug
Organ Church Items.
Some of our farmers are sowing wheat
in dead earnest.
r MessrsrSmith & Fisher are yery busy
winning cotton. They are doing first
rate work and their customers are well
pleased with it.
Mr. Yost has his new store-house fin
ished and is receiving iew goods every
Sir. Jesse Bargeris putting up a new
dwelling house for Mr. Harvey Gracber,
of China Grove.
VvTe are please ! to learn that Mr. John
Clark is improving from his recent se
Mr. Ilagan has his second barn of to
bacco cured, lie says the crop is ex
ceedingly fine. i
Yon tra lit m picture of the national
officers of the Alliance. Send $1.90 and a few days ago, went to a me
let the Proffiessiie Farmer and the
Watchman and picture. .
Be sure and call for a bottle
of 3 Cures. It lias never failed
to cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and Sick ihsdache. I can give
vou first-class references in Sal
isbury to prove its merits. For
BE IN TIME.
i't wait till you pet sirk to tret ai
of p;uniss'I)iarrluoa Specific, but
nnnip nnd hne it, readv. It will save you
Some trilling scamp, while out hunting j a doctor bill and pVobahly your life. ; It
ean. looking j is speedy cure for l)iarrhea, r lux, Mini
cabin and knocked if the door knobs. ! mpr Jim! Iiowc-1 roinuhiiMts.
Alter this he went to another such
ttMnn Cry for Pitcher's f-orfc
Ocj,. 12, 1891,
good for notion' place" and knocked!
the door down. The parties are paid to
be Irom Cabarrus coUnty4 near Kiun r.
a i fans to cure ii taken in time.
J. F, .ENNISSj.
' j " X
You have nevtr been asked to look at sueh furniture as wo can Rhow .Toti
and vou have never been asked to look at hgares t hatjire anything tike nMiitwU.
erate' as ours. We are making special effort efforts that are-iy bmllit,
with purchasers' opportunities. If we cannot surprise voir-with someot ttiem.
vou are simply Uewnnt surprisini;. 1 nuun c- ui.i viv.l ny." -" -nuuyu ,
to take your hreath away, under no circumstances uo .c ;iaiui-c "'is is
by no means an ordinary announcement. Jt meairs money in jour pockci every
time. There are exceptional reasons why yob should not los6sight of our
. P A U LOU S U I T S AND IT A 1 L II A C K S.
We have imt them down at the manufacturers' price?. If you want a Tarlor Suit
or Hal! ll.uk don't fail to sec- us tins week. 1 ins bargain win not jastnong. ;
luspeetfully, 32AMES& EAUNHARDT.i
1 ft LRE,
Direct from the mills ail the latest, i mplicit fait bin low values which-iir
patterns in Ingrain t'.irpets two and duccd us to dare the purchase o
three ply. This- week ve cut sdtour men's suits at oiu iuUL. It was. the
Lowell 3-plv Carpets to SO rents and cheapest bill of goods we ever lionght .
the most eleuant In e ot b-i niantowii so that Dy cutting The prices in the
all wool 2-plv Carpets to 00 cents.
Our New York house enables us to do
middle in buying w e could do the prune
in selling and force out thistreir.eu-
his by buviiM' for us and saving us 1 dous stock. Not a last year's - suit tin
he jobber's profits aud shipping us di
rect. I hese carpets were never m the
hands of the jobl.er to be weighted
the lot., every garment made for tliis
fall's trade, alL. made by a first daw"
1'altinioie manufacturing company'
lown withlhe jobber's prolits. and tlie j and we ;:r- selling the entire., line 25
price tells the siorv. e use our gam per cent, less thmi the .makers -sold jut
in buying to hilp us to do the selling.
Notji retail houe in all tins nation
w-ho can afford to sell you the het
3-pIy Lowell Carpets at SO cents ex
empting ours, nor tlie lest all woo.
'2-ply made for 00 cents. Ail through
wholesale ove r t ly Sout h. - A gl e;it I
man.y merchants all over this, country--.!.
:;o!vg!it from tins samu line ami (we -
will uupneate the t:nce.s they pain-''
at 25 per cent, less money. .This is
lie (Ulicieiice in
A I in bst
our carpet stock you can find tlie latest ; -very ni.oi who sees the. stock fakes) .a
ind Let goods ma-ie and prices away-: -ant or t wo; he never saw hrst-clhs
down. We carrv near twice as n;anv
carpets as anv iue.ise in the State aim
our sales have in v a-ed four-fold in -the
last twelve mouth. Kv.M'V piece of
carpet sold is guaranteed ;
ami we shall alwe.ys try to sell . y-.iu
from the merit we !.;;e i;i the v dues
ffi'ied, instead -of riiiiuiug d-iwu s.Kiie
other nieicharii's goed.- w L;:o-.v
not hiug about .
Just as we e:;ju cled tue .!'!.
(.'lot liiuir is iuovi!:g th.it great
with a rtliil'l, we h.iVe aiw is iie
hat prices Would o)oe : I V :.i
classes of nieic'.i aiidh-e. It w i
i weil in;. ile goods sell so cheap and per
I. naps never wdl again. it is once iw
iileiiiii", perhaps, that' this thing can
If some other merchant had
:K ri:c:n) ::S We ( ill 11- WnaKl
as eiieap a.S
; .e I'd
:uaie a r.'"(
:v.!-i' ! ib i ! !
v e are- p r!i
v. i i or miii
: i' we' e ai di
ii i - i tir
ua .-ell as cueap a.-; we no. ive lliuke
u!v a sai .11 proh't on it,-biit we fJjh
itioH i;r uarm
t no; its. -to o.ur ousijit
i iy willing to work tliij
!i!:ig lo do vext veaf-i u
x t ' puT;hc to irs
he.ip enough falld. Il:
it up, we- can -
la't s'omet i.iug 'to do.
i : ; . . fu .
I i 1 1 J--
l 1 1 e 1 1 . ! ; i U to
W. J. & Ef II. DAVIS,
M: ) ii; '.vTfr'l " a .'.Ti'd'.
ii ; E ij j.; r-; , r,
li l s ir-H'.'n
i7 r, n z c, a
tin 3 ii rU
t t-i m t f f'-t
i. ' ;?
v. f. ?! r vl
ttit hi r n
we wait mm wire mm wwn
Hrii'r if along; th mm..' the mender. - are nrei)aryl to PaT
IIIGIJKR riJI":.S f.-r S X V I n I : : i; 1 : 1 : i ) than any other market.
Freights are cheap, a i::en- trilie v. hen increased prices-are taken . into account.
Oil I- railroad facilities ale o.-d. -Oeljd your toba-co to () X fold. N. C., TOII jWlll
get goad price and qnvk retui--ns. Havers f.or a44 classvs and frodi every pait ,
ot w-M-!-; are ,!cii!e.l lit v ! ord.- oil wid hud us.
ALL LUSINLSS AND XO IMUvJUDICE
liunl. Cooper & Co.. Mei dows W arehouse,
Bullock cc Miii-'heil; llalliier WandioiiM'. 4
' . ; gers & Co.. 'eiitr a rehouse,
li. V. Minor ic Co., Minor Warehouse. -
K. I' . Ivi.ot i. ianager Aliiar.ce a.rehousef
J. M. Currin. Ihivcr,
W. C. Reed, llntrr.
John Meadows, Hover,
Willunsou Hros.. Huyt is.
Meadows & Yancey. Iuers,
I). S. OsLorn. lhin-r,
F. 0. Bransfonl, 15uyer,
I, it. Cur: in. I over.
O. S-.-S:ijort. lhiAer,
.J. I). 1 5 1. i lock. Iuer.
John Wehli. Uuer,
W. A..lhL!,iit, Huyer.
C. Y. Kiug-buiv, l)iier,
Ij. fiieulh UliVer.
Beware of imitations. Buy only Uh) oridnat
jrciiuinc fixed wire
Manufactrred hv '
Modern Tobacco Barn Co., !'-.
.Vci.tloa the Watchman when jou write.
rOUNDED II 1364 by tho present execntiTe 27 YEARS of continuous and enccpesfnl .m
' "?'Dtt7Inc,;ed annnaT attendance Now ormpTiDS? four balldlnes Stands w'iv,1:'r
"clhtiea for educating YrTfi MEN AND WOMEN for ev.ectta in fife. In dtdd npon
school for their children, PAR ENTS Rhou'.d eend them to THK ItEST, becawe it P
Slli the expenditnre of a few dollare more at first, bnt it will prove the f hcapHTi th-f'
tJHEAP.tnmon is Yery dear, becanse it means cbean teachers, chespanrroundiiig!. aire-'. ;t'r
, mea, and offers NO opportunities for eecurins' PdSITIOMSfor its papils anr .Kraa"ore
Thislnnitntion, owmgto its HICHtJdardof exrelltnee hiaplaced indeeirable poiit'on0
ypunsr m(-n ani women from Maryland, Vireinia, North Carolina. South Carolina and Georgia,
an similar lnsutuliona combined. Catalogue, and particuisirs mailed on application.
Address, W. H. SADLZR, President, and Founder; or p. A. SADLER, s"Kl'n
BUSINESS COLLEGE, G,C,IO& 12 M.Charles St., BALTimO.lE 0'
1 uuuu uic i .u l uiaa when yi-u wrlu. i l