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SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, "1891.
VOL. XXII-THIRD SEBILS
j t i. i j 1 ... J
HARRY SKINNER'S SPEEOH.
WIIT TITR FATIIKK OF TIIK
SUD-TR KASyitY SCII 1331 13
f or nfants and Children
j recommend it as superior to any prescription
taovu to me." II. A.Archxr, II. D.,
111 Bo. Oiford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cantor! a cures Coli!,-Const!ptfca,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives Bleep, and promotes di
gestion. Without injurious medication,
rt.tnria f an universal and
. SM welUrn that it a w
, ..tii tn .indorse it F3T areine
MnrAmVli wbolo not keep Caona
thine-yr P. D.,
New yotk CKy.
tat Pastor Koominsialo Reformed Church.
Th C-J"Aca Cojn-AHT, 77 Murray Strmt, Ke York.
Tor several yenrs I have recommended
your Castoria, ' and Bhall always continue to
u. so as it has invariaU produced beneficial
En-wix F. Pards. M. Dn
M The Wlnthrop," 1:3th Street and 7th Are.,
Kew York City.
llfifl to Sav The Lnnre Amli?rtc( Was
Hold for Tito Honrs by n Son of North
Carolina, Who, Thomrli t an A I
lineman, Esponscs Hip Cause
Hp 1j a Democrat and Hops 'ot
HflieTe in a Third Parlf.
From the Concord Standard.
Lmr.s Avi) Gextlfmak: I am
frlnrl to 1)0 with von. You are stran-
to nT and I know
killed, houses burned and reconstruc
tion set in. I see her when she hurl
her lands confiscated and her slaves an
nihilated she took it alj, in n noble
and patient spirit. ' She went to work;
she worked hard, faithfully and hero
cally. But when ;her only hope, her
chie staple (cotton), is conquered by
Hritish gedd and the policy or this ;ov
ernment, it i then that I dwell in the
coffin with Ca3?ar. It is this: Con
quered in war, overrun- in peace and
conquered in the field-by the machina
tions of Wall street and the British
With our soil ibidi temperature, and
through the imnpe ot uon. l can ten, 1(ict of fmir-fiftlis of the cotton
however, hv vonr fares that I am near , . , , v- ,
- 11111 1111 l.Lir L11C Ul i ---.
lim that the
enough to yon to feel the impulse of TheROVernmcnt UtiiitnU
vonr heart. The Pair w to he oon-rat- , liehililivilllIaL I claii
nlnted for its hhernl.rv towards the n,n1ent shaU - dictate
11..,. rr fliAtll ll1
Alliance in crivinsr this dav to them for; p
1 L in "I nun i
thir own special man.nmcnr
am not an Alliance-
the iv es, and not by
l able the few" fo nmhipn-
. " -
. i - - -
' ,,-'na lr cmf Hip fyrprtl of thtir
T know notliins about, vonr I " - . nMil , . 1 1 " Rrit;'h dollar i.lav
Any doubt about this? An ex-
This space belongs to W. II. Rcisner. Watch it.
Carries th& Largest Stock of
n I i - T 1
Kiirni lire. Pianos am
A. MA AAA w m w j . -
To bo Found in the
baby iGaaamsES ' tm
I Buy in
Large Quantities Direct from Factories
and Will Give Low Prices.
and I3 rices.
Write for Catalogue
: Y Mi 'EicMiel if M
. E. M, ANDREWS,
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
' -Mcntloa'Llie Watchman when j:ou write.
Having greatly increased my facilities for handling and
storing COAL the coming season, I wouldjiow again rcspct
fullv solicit any and all orders enfc-iwted to me, promising to
furnish you promptly with what coal you may want at the lowest
market price. : In ordeuto ohtain advantage ot the lowest sum
inor .nr,',.a ciw!,ibl nt nnro send mc vour orders. Remember
that I handle only the best grades of screened Coal, including
the Red Ash, suitable for grates, stoves, heaters , etc,
lc of nil timw the finest jrrade ot blacksmitli
coal. 1 . J. ALLEN BROWN.
STATESVILLE MARBLE W
Is the Placs to Get Monnmeiits, Tombstones, &c-
A 0fn,t f VRRMOXT to nrrivc in a few days I guarantee
ifactiou iu every respect and positively, wilt not be uudersoia.
Of all specialty
C B. WEBB,
Mention-the Watchman- hen you write-;
pas-word. jrrip3, silmis, etc. lint I
have caught vonr sitrhs of difres and
onu coo ftipm vet. I think
somoof vonr secrets von have none
reallv. Tliv are written upon every
face and oen in the irhvini casf- bv the
financial distress that has settled upon
rnn like a nail. To acrricnlture ir
seeni a time of lost hope, but such is,
not. the cae. I have faith in th
future, in the results of existing move
Our ancestors, few in number and
weak otherwise, sought anU secured
lilwrtv. And later on in the strnle
that. -followed the emancipation of
the slaves, the loss of property and fie
General demor diz ition of aff iirsof the
late unpleasantness the hand of provi
denee led in ns if by a cloud by dav
and a pillow of fire by night. And
mv' faith U still strong in believing
n.- n, c.,mn bnivl will deliver from
I ll'll ' I I V ' III-
troubles these 05,000.000.
There is no enlightened man any
where that will dispute the fact that
financial reform is needed. This fac t
is roneedpd. and even Wall street it sell
acknowledges ir. A man must be
blind not to see it. State bank issue
with all its faults is better than the
svstem that has produced the condition
nnnfi-niitiii'T u. Wi li ad soiiie-
thing then that ought, not to have
l)0o1RlaTev t hat could le markete.!.
It i apparent, to every intelligent
man that the American people must
sok another svstem ot banking. Our
mines can furnish only twenty per cent
of the money needed to canyon tin
hnines. It must, be suppiiuiente-l
Theve ar. two wavs by which this ma
beflor.p-. FirK 1W the State. Sec
ond, Hv tl e General Government. 1
nm a Denvcrat, born fo. raistd so. nr
t u n Aa an- and what I "MV 1 ;o 11
1 ' I . " . T . 1
from honest convictions. e
that there is as much prejudice against
the. State banks as their is against tm
Confederate flag. I ni not autlioritx
for the Alliance. I do not Unow tna
I speak their sentiments altoir-'t tier oni
I am sure thev will be satisfied wi h
asvstem that recognizes and receives
land. etc.. as security,
Don't, become nervous; there s no
dvnamite in it to cause a ripple or tur
the South over to the Republicans. 1
U now that there is prejadu-eagainsi
the sub treasury scheme, home -people
oppose it and yet know nothing
;ibout it, and some favor it and know
nothing about, it.
The sub-trraury- scheme involves
co!iineraoie ini.uni.ii n.n.,- .v.. v..
m .lion revolution. Itissucll because
of the feeling and the interest that ha;
been worked up. It naiuires the no
blest of patriots to meet the dictates ot
bk eoneience in the face of bitter op
position- But the Alliance cannot af-
rt -loa .i f ibe nb-!reasurv. It is
to the Alliancemen what, abolition was
to the Uennbjican party of 1S58.
Now what do you understand the
sub-tieasnry to be? If prejudice is
eliminated and a desire to understand
it i entertained, it is easily understood.
rru;-r- ..ni merit, cannot comniaiid
enough "metal to conduct commerce.
The sub-Treasury provides mat ineie
le extended to the land and crops ot
he hind the same power as is given
to gold money. We shall not tall out
about the. law, the wagon for couvcy-
it V- make the suggestion ami
ask the statesmen to make a chariot,
for it to rale in. I have no quarrel
with any man. If the government
1 1 i 'n r.....,;i, f li.-.
(T1VCS US Hie piail wen mim-M
warehouses, and get, the same credit as
is given to the banks.
- Fellow citizens, it can be understo xl
why the trust, man should oppose it
because it is the voice of the people for
hint to remove his hand from wheat,
corn, &e. It can be understood why
the exchanges oppose it it ;s dya
niite in their camps It can be under
stood why the commission merchant
opposes it -his business wouj.l be gone.
The fruits that g to the middle man
.,.!! i-om.iin wiib the producer. But
why can any merchant, editor or law
yer oppose it wh.n they re in the
"same boat, and closely allied to the
farmer? I cannot see how any farmer
can be opposed to ir. Does the mer
chant tell me that he does not waiU to
see the cash system inaugurated? The
credit, system has hurt, him as bad as
flu nrodueer. I understand why the
North and East, who become our cred
itor should reM. But when it comes
to the South, t am at a loss to know
the fault. I see her 'march to the rod
in subi -cti.ui in the volley of cannon
iml thunder to defeat. I see her re
turn h mj when the" fir-.t borj! alt
b-Tfl fbirino' the war
know I ' , ., f ,.h,, ilw..-
w lieu at. i lie " io.ur. wi n.iiwn in. i..
was but little production. In New York
cotton ran up to 82 00 in gold. Today
it is iix. seven and eight cents. Eu
rope tried to avoid the trouble. She
spent millions of dollars to raise it
elsewhere and stop starvation in her
mills. A slight, glance at the map will
how what relation the South hold
when it comes to the raising of cotton.
They tell yon plough up oneMhird
of the cotton and that the remaining
two-thirds will bring you more than the
whole would. That, issomewhat absurd.
Under the influences of the sub
Treasury we will dictate instead of
bein,r subjected to every outside in-
whftre the people own but few homes.
You know the condition of a people
where their homes are owned by others.
I need not dwell here.
Under the sul-treasnrv, gambling in
the ;crops wi 1 be prevented. Everv
dollar that goes out from the National
treasury will be returned to the foun
tain head to Ie used again in its blessed
mission. Like a cable to the remotest
section of the conntry, it wo lid carry
cars for the rtlief of the distressed and
against whom nearly every moneyed
agency has plotted. It would lessen
the burden of mortgages; hope and
courage would take new life.
Upon the solution of this question
hang matters more momentous than
any question ever before the people.
The act of Congress that shall Rolve it
will be a liberator of serfs from thral
dom and put life to work. The Con
gress that gives this to the people will
have the praises of the vast majority of
the bone and sinew of the country." If
this question is freighted with so much
good, why is if, we can t have it? It
can be passed in two hours, if the re
presentatives want to. We have noth
ing to ask of the Republican partv
we can get nothing from them. The
Republican partv 'is responsible for
this awful condition, this galling sys
tem that is meting out to the people
severe blows. We have s right to ask
the Democratic party for relief a
party that is of the masses and friends
to them. Southern Democrats have
nude a hold fight against t he demone
tization of silver. hen the time
comes, for a measur; of relief for
tho-e who most need it the rings and
corners become nervous there is quak
ing along the line.
Fellow citizens, the fight now is
not for the Third Party. The fight is
who shall control tho Democratic party,
Wall Street or the people? I raise my
voice for the people; I appeal ter them
and my influence shall be raised even
against the downfall of Wall Street,
I . am unwilling to sit down quietly
with no voice raised .against a few men
i who now control the hard earnings of
the large majority of our people.
Gentlemen, it is a crisis with us and
among us. Those who oppose the sub-
tre.tsurv must' not say that Col. Polk is
a b.wl man or that M icune is a scala
wag, but they must fight the measure
Thev must attack it, not the men who
espouse if. I am not here to defend
CoK. Polk he is not the issue. I am
state sovereighty, you are under pater
nity. The government whipped you,
took control of your money; legislates
for yon and yon become paternal sub
jects fiom the very nature of things.
And why not ask father to give you
paternal care? The post office is pa
ternal; the Blair bill, for which you
instructed your representatives to vote,
They say it 'a protection. That is a
striking truth. We want the fields
protected with the shops. Yes, we
wnntn protection that places commerce,
manufacturing and farming in the
same boat and lets them row for the
shore with equal advantages. The
truth of the matter is we want protec
tion against rascality. They say that
it is class legislation and how dare you
ask fur such legislation? We "are
fighting for equal rights. There are
no more special- privileges measured
out by this scheme than now exists in
It was summer ami Long 15 ranch lie cam
there: we met i.
He wa handsome and liastj and I ft co-
que tie.- -
He proposed I refused him I loved him but
thru - . -
I thought don't you sec he would ask Aid
again . v ;
But he didn't. W.
"This circuinsranee adds' weight to
the step I aiu about to take," retuar; el
the convict as he glancejd dewn at his
ball and chain. " ' -
Photographer Now, look pjeasaut,
please. - -
Customer It is quite impossible, sir;
Pm a ticket.agent in a railroad ofiice.
Merchant Mark those hats down at
Clerk Why, they only cost $1 oX
Merchant We 4ue selling out re-:
gardless of cost. r
'You shouldn't - snub that fellow-
other directions. Anything that .cause? He's a stockholder in the concent".
the land to improve and bring in two
olades where only one grew before,
you help all. So it is really not class
They say it is impractical! Let us
try it if we fail we will rni it and nsk
no more I
evils! Impractical to stop destruction !
The d iscoverv of America was consid
ered impractical. For 400 vears it
was thought impractical that" a land
houkl lie bevond sunset. Now that
it has been discovered let us
Hueuce. Here LolJTnel bkmner made
some pointed remarks about James G.
Blaine and his reciprocity.
Why not. make so many pound- of
cotton a dollar a3 so many ounces of
Mr. Randall was kept in Congress
twenty five years. He was a pr.itec
tionist and a democrat, yet, the men
who kept him there were mill men and
John G. Carlisle has been in Con
gress twenty-two years; his voters are
a grain growing people and Carlisle
worked for warehouses.
Sherman was kept in Congress be
cause he was in favor of a prohibitory
tax fn wool.
I .. .1.. ....... ....t- .....1 T ,-Trt nnf thilil.-
I. iilil il Uglier, i.m .iiki i " '' - . , rill l .til,
,!- i fo, the South to make such here in advocacy of the demands of the
a demand upon the representatives .of
her for such protection.
. Manufacturing is protected forty
eveai and one-half per cent. Com
merce is benet,t,, by river mid harbor,
wool protected, national banks- get a
currency at one per cent,, ami uigg r.- i
of gold are aided and so on down the
!it? But a poor subjugated cotton
raiser he is alone.
I have spoken of cotton alone. But
the pian is as applicable, to grain as to
cotton. ' . -
As an atonement for existing evils
they speak of a surplus! Accumula
tion of asurplus! Surplus: v euae
been laboring for 4,0'J0 vears and our
surplus of prdue:ion is not enough to i
support the wtnhi tor six mourns.
Russia must wish tor a surplus; they
are selling their children for bread.
They starve for the want of a surplus
we starve for having too much.
Surplus! No danger of an over-production;
it would be an anomaly in
history. The time will come when the
; tionhasin its Warehouses fruits of
;he bind for the support of the world
-a surplus that will cause to float
flags on the water and make the nation
a power. That which supports life
heenmi a "safeguard.
It is bea itifully illustrated in'Egyp-
liau Ins o v. iney preeicu
ol us for seven years
seven more in its sale. (bet your
Bible and read the story of -Joseph.)
The reduction of int. rest to two per
cent, would result in an incalculable
blessin". Banks pay no interest; rail
roads can boirow all the money they
...,! f,,r four, five and never
than six per cent.
Now for the objections. They
speak of the constru.tiou of ware
houses and the cost of management
I si.'-.nlv ,sav that they will be far
cheaper than postomecs.
What ai-e you giving.me.-'
Fact, He ludds the cuws while..
they are being milked. '
A tea taster for a large importing
firm says that under certain conditions
of the system even the purest teaacts
as n emetic to the professional ex
pert.'" One would think that this
would make him throw up nis jou.
Fat htM- Come, -now, my sou, stop-
beating about the bush. v ill you
nrntop OMIILT uo im; i",
it: it is oar rb.tv to do 5n Old L ncie John W hen l was a ooy
' J ' . . . ... . l ; J
There are. people who think that the t didn t beat about the liusii mucn, u
manner of ernfifl vinn w.ic ;mm.tu. .1 t was slow about doing "all errand the
te T n,K,i n,...,', uk i hm :i tiis ium ot ueauug auout
... " c
I hey tell nie it is a dieam! Did all
he great 'statesman, who have lived
aid died, and during their life time
spoke truths that result in good fruits,
rn i i' ,
inis, mv menus, is a revolution
aifOiig the line of Christian .and honest
action. When we lode around vou
vfi'1 think it is time for a revolution.
The speaker drew lessons from the his
tory of Greece, Lome and trance.
Mr. Bingo I sve that BramLle U
making his fortune among the Indians.
Mrs. Bingo Y ny, it was only a
short tiiue ago th it you fold me they
had robbed him ot everything he had.
Iti.nro True: but he succeeded in
getting an appointment, as
Ten men in'the United States could o,l h1
Uncle Mose- Big thunder storm
yesterday. Lightiim' st;uck une nglit.
aggregate to dictate the marker, price
md legislation. 31.000 out of the 03,-
000.000 people in the United States
1 v . ...
own a majority ot wealtn. Is this en
couraging? , n
iest!essness ami ill ease. Mr. Uruan
Thev sav it will be a menace to our uttered their words of warning.
Employer 1 on don t say so. . U-t
h ni t. much ?
Uncle Mose Guess it did. 1 reckon
nex1 time dat. lightm.1!1 will took tosee
whar it's goin'. :--
Thefe is l-est lessness and ill' ease. r. Urban 1 our farm looks spien-
How could it otherwise? There is did; I never saw anyjields sotree ti'oiii
restlessness in towns. LlU'V tlllllk it weeds.
: 1 1 ,1-4-i.rvf fl.o tiiti' mid oei:il mat.- IT, ,,.!, llnmstend Cs! we had a lot
tprvj ' ,,f citv boarders last summer, and the
The sneaker, bv some utterances of kvimmid folks -picked eviivy bit ot
-c j ... . .... . .1 -i ... i it
.lefferso:i. Clay. .Webster, Calhoun, .rohleu rod and ail the other a.iru siuu
Washington and D ivis, beautifully ap- iff ( f them.
i ii ii L . i: . . :.. a... l :..!, r.t
pe.uetl to me auuienceoi me ok'o "
1 . . . . -a ,i
what had transpired since these men
liberty and bring about a state ot mon
archy, that the offices will be so in
c reared that the power at Washington
will heconii so immense. They say
that- negroes will become keepers of
the warehouses, &o. The truth is, the
offices have been increasing and the gov
ernment has been branching fo.- years,
:md vet no monarchy h is be n set up.
The internal revenue officers have
been increased; light houses have been
built, rivers and canals have been put
in shape for commerce; lys have been
....,i..i.u.l fr out m;ii riL'ht under the
doors: public buildings built, &c,
I . . i
while the farmer has pa.id eighty per
cpnt. of the taxes he has not kicked.
Ma h ie been furnished with weather
bulletins, and iibw the first time In-
f.v one tbniL' the rest ot man-
Thev s iv it is unconstitutional. The
government shall not loan money to
tiie people. It does not invoive the
l niotiev it, nrovides tor a
lU.llllll .' '
currency.- I do not want to dodge The
ouestioii. I believe that it is constitu
i firn-il There are six conditions
and consuiu -u j "' ,
. U.vning grounu.
It is' asked who are the men m iking
this stir? Who are the champions ot
this great movement and who are th
i i r cm i . .1 .... l .
men in liner i nev are uoceu'icii m
the Puritans, those people seeking lib
ertv, personal rights that should be
Colonel Skinner paid a beautiful
tribute to the women, and said that
thev are helping in this move, the
women do not use dynamite, and why
He urged the Alliance to stand by
the sub-treasurv scheme; in It is recti
fying of wrongs and adjustment of in-
treating mone) .
The firt fuir are clca-: yon
Wo authorize our advertised druggist
to sell Dr. King's .New Discovery lor
roniimrition. CoiU'hs and Colds, upon
this no nd t on. It von are umicieu wun
I'C'ourrh. Cold, or any Lung, lhroat or
' . . ' . ... . i l . .
(Miest Trouble, and wul use in is remeuj
: directed, crivinsr it a fair trial, and ex
periouce no benefit, you may return the
bottle and have your money refunded.
We could not make this oiler did we not
know that Dr. Kind's New Discovery
could be relied upon. It never disap
points. Trial bott'es free at- Kiuu.
& Co.'s Drug Store. Large size 50c and ?1.
"You shouldn't be restless iir&UKch, a
Charlie," said the minister tu- liis.liUle ,
sou. T could see you moving and j
jumping about in the pew all through
my sermon." . L,
"I was stiller' n you were, papa, an
swered Charlie. '"You was waving
your arms and talking . all through.
There is a story that some children-.
had a discussion concerning the ser
vices in one of our fashionable temples.
One youngster who had reached the
mature age of .seven, said:
lTl just like to know what preu- h-
ing is for' . '.
H) don't you know?" inquired bis
five-year sister; 'It's to give the singers
a rest, of course.11 '
Little Willie (at school) Teacher,
I haven't haiPanything to eat since
yesterday, and J feel so hungry and
faint that I guess I shall have to bo
Teacher Why, Willie, why is it
that you have had nothing to cat since,
Willie Mother s dressmaker is as
the house, and I took breakfast with
her this morning:
same pin ,
fill 1 iir 11111 Ml Ifi.tll I 1 1 It'll Ij ID Ul ... r - ;
, d.'ol,. T-borlish mills, onestion. To carry on the wai.
enesiei 10 inc uvfuhi, n i i .
A Successful Young Farmer.
Master Harvey Dixon White, son of
at.. rn,.,m ii H White, who lives near
,1:lNe .i ,". .. l,,wfliiif mid successful
S iiliv nv-"-' - . Illl jf.ii. it ii ""h
Give farming the seen these powers exercised by the gov- .inuer tj,,, but ten years of age.
it will beat the two. eminent, The right of the govern- f ;i yleni j,:lVe him a
uol ii inuviirii . , re i c vor Km- nick-
soooinu in -" -
1 . ni i r 1 ..
Here is win re they should be. Saw
mills seek the woods; furnr.ces go to
the hills an I mountains, and factories
should go to the region where the raw
material is . convenient and thereby
W.- ;e told to stop raising cotton
and diversify. That sounds well; but
we have tried it. Until you break the
trut on money, vou can diversify or
anything, and the condition will be
the samo. .
I endorse the Ocala platform. It is
;,,f,.,i,b.d for the relief of the oppressed,
and under a system springing from its
influence there can be-equal justice
t,i :.ll moii. AccOing to this
' , ..... no rvm ivy
t he laud stands as securuy; -w,wv,wv.
Id have Utter opportunities io
ss bonus. We want, and 'tis tint
idea of the Ucaa pl.itiorm, ee.j .......
to have a horn '. Hie Ocal.i piairon,.
permits those who have eiicuiuoeieu
' il Whan
t t,. i-.iiru 1. 1 1 e 1 1 1 e its. n..
lioiues n ' ' . .
you nin I them down, you crush their
honest energies and you make thetn
anarchists. If you have a horn-, a
spot for a ho ne, you vote lor it. 1 He
soeaker's remaiks concerning a hone
,'nl its influence were gems of beauty
-",,,,1 sublime in thought and touchmgly
I mod not refr you to t'ae countries
md do you re
did Hie ' lvei ninent do
memberthe decision of the Supreme
Court? . .
The loaning of money: if the gov
ernment has done it under on' circum
stance, why not another? The gov
ernment lemed $1,000,000 to the Phil-
vvhe:d. This Harvey planted on ui
,.,( ,1 of nril. In July he har-
vi.ted t!ie cron which yielded half
d august me
adelphia Exposition, and alter sun
was brought for its collection there re
main, d no doubt that the money was
loaned to a private corporation. 1
cannot make any difference in goy
ment money anil government credit.
1:1- P f,.rtv.si.vi'ii and .1 halt P 'l'
: c 1 I'll II If l . ' .
4. Ij-oirun 1. 1 iron and gold is ac-
ceto. 13 fc.'v... - r
led a credit, why not to conon -
that unconstitutional.'' ine
.fovVrnmeut, according to some argu-
. i A .....;..-f o enb-treas-
llients auvanceo d.ii'.-
ury, has done many things that were
Wall Street was rocking and in a.
most desp.ur The United States treas
ury went to its relief. The farmer
has been locking and in despair is it
nnconstitutional to aid him.
Chicago wants a loan of o,U(M),(XJtr;
and now mark my prediction that it
And the next dav it a
11 . 1 1 .. . . 1 . .... I,.
r-i Oil. JLIIIS ne '(-.
Hrt and the second crop is fust matur
ing He will get about three buhels
from the second crop. Next year he
proposes to sow twelve acres.
I . . . : 1 i 1... ,vf
1 he buckwheat, is sain 10 oc
the let crops to turn under far ma
nuring, and it is the finest feed in the
world for fattening hos. In additi m
ti this, we all know how delicious
We are indebted to the young
mer for samples of his buckwheat
I for a riuantitv of remarkably fine
ishes. King's Mountain News.
Last year: '
Her eves were rhcumv and weak ami red,
Her breath vou couio suieii 11 ar.ti,
. 1 1 .1 fl in-trer-
Shc nan a riiigiui: aim ui"'-"'
And the cause of it all wv.s catarrh.
This vcai :
Mer brCath is as s.weet as thcjiew meadow
llcr eves are as bright as a star,
Ami the cause of the change, she is
readv to say, f '
Was the'DrrSage Cure for Catarrh.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy w ill posi
tively cure catarrh in the head, no mat
ter how bad or of how long staudrn.
Fifty cents, by all druggists.
1 1 l
will in iriven
yon will hear howling tor Ihe cOl.Ml i sitc igth, go d appelile an
They say it's p it. ru.J; it ifs.
W n Timnions. Postmaster of Idaville,
Ind write?: " Eleetric Hitlers has done
more for me than all other medicines
,l.;,ied for I hat bad feeling arising
from Kidnev and Liver trouble. John
Leslie, farmer and stockman, of same
place, says. "Find Eb ctiic Bitters to be
the best" Kidney and Liver medico e;
made me feel like a new man." J. W .
Gardner, hardware merchant, same
wit T)'..t,.u . I - 1 1 u t tilt
itown, says Electric i)ia-n m j --a, ...
in who is an run uo-wu ui'
Oul G)c. a buttle by kluttz & Co.
i Of the tw'entv-seven rov
of Europe, two-thirds are Gviruian.
Mi BOTT S EAST INDI S 'IN TAINT eradl
c.i'ifsi ot ns, Huulous and Wart- where H-oih;r
S ri'ineUurs Kill. '
I A PISFIOI KKO Ol NTENANCE.
I i ,nv i-r, .le who wuuM .rcely ma lee n firm-
ieiworh'irh-ssiji.ui will uitjnll.v d-iw-t anl re-
I II 11 il.l iVIOS Ol (iMll.lll'HH ' - . .7-
.M,laIlt.ll.UU..Ol. If U aotl.H ipBBe
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wiiiioui. w.i o. ki,-mi ia ,n-z wronK.
ill t Moll) 01 inr in... " ' ,, -.r i o,l,.tiv
miiiiint uii I syfutitl; us" of P. 1. t. (iiiih.iy
Ash "-t mh.1 Po. iluin). H1 puoly he
rrU. ... .. ... .1... a- Ir. ..r.d iHVP U 17K IO tlf f:C'
nluarfai;;.; m ot hea.ih. (jet li- of
jourdrulsi. - n T
A sore lex, the li-sl. a o.f..,,l":rTi-..'-S;..C
0rl"LO- rtll. I I - ..ii.. -
how l-UK-h ;illeiiIiOiia4lU holtf. A I) K f)f t
Lene!'aU wM-UW. Ml ...l-.t. '. I'topul.
una ihe wmeK.o.n. .". j . - :;. 7 ,
lt-.lieil.savs Mr. J inn's ,.iMr
When Daby was sick, wc gate her Castoria.
When he wan a ChiU, he crwnl for Catoria
Vhen he Ivcaine Miss, ne ckmg to Castoria.
Whtn she had CliiUlren. she g- ithem Castori
r 1. :.. .4 Ol-,. I... 1, id -i n.W li:Le Ol
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