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J. L. R VMiEY,
J. L. iXXLLSli,
Editor and Prop.
SUBSCRIPTION HATES. j
One vear in -advance.. 1J0
jAix months .-' . .75
Mub.of five , 1.25
Jiulwbf ten or more. 1.00
: V - TEUMS STRICTLY CASH.
The Watchman is organ of the Alii-
: jince in the 5th and Jth Congressional
-The Watchman has 50 pe r cent more
preu.iauon man any paper nuoisnea in
Iisnuryi ; .
Onilook of War With Chili En?Hsi
and Chilian Affairs Bond Lx- :
: tended rostofflce Affairs.'
Correspoadeaee ot tbe Wate&raan.
Washington, I). C, Nov. 2, 1891.
-rur, grim viagel ami red-handed, lias
for several davs been the humeri of the
songs sang by, the sensation mongers
and voitn naval officers who have
never smelt any powder except that on
the faces of society belles; and no story
hasbeen too-ibsurd to find credence,'"
one will do fur an example that in or
der to tret even with the Chilian junta,
t ie nf iiunis ration nau uciermmeu to
"Entered asjjecond-cfasa mall at Salisbury, 'Hfp.
TH.UKSDAY, NOV., 18'Jli
. ; ItSFOSH THE BOYS.
The'Concoi-d Standard is clamoring
for i reform school -for- hoys who do
niischif. The - idea advanced is that
jthi is better than to imprison them
with a lot of i hardened criminals
js a -gifod thing and should be diseussed
from every standpoint.
ioys . wno .commit small crimes
should be thoroughly whipped. Tha
won Id be more beneficial - than any re
formatory, m Rut this should only be
done by their parents.
Hut in many cases there ought to he
a juvenile reformatory or something 6
the kind. In Uiis way they could be
Tefornied and learned to, work and get
good common school education at
the same time, "-v -
llininsrHews Gathered in This and
. tCther bcaUs.
'MlnlneU a safe business It pursued wim tlie
same ear- an 1 in iuslry us inreuan ilslnf, banklug,
or any other legitimate pui-&uU. It isalsoaereator
ot soiU wealth, it Is claimed taattlie profit ou
goliiatid silver raining, lnce Hie discovery cl gold
mijvHon tue raciac coast, uuiounts 10 over is
perwui. porajiuin. The miner of the precious
niPLals riot's not exjhansre: he creates. What i e
takes froQi theeaithhaslastantan i l-amnsic vaiuu.
The dollar he brings to the surrut e Is another iollar
aajea to Uie wealth oi tue wo;ia .
' WANTED A LAWYER.
! The editor of Hickory Press and Car
joliniaH wants todiscuss the coristitution
nlity of the sub-Treasury scheme with
a lawyer.. He is bad p2 fyf a .discus-
- We know of farmers who will meet
liirn any fime. JJut he insists on having
u lawyer to do hfm up in first class style.
It is prettyv certain that there is one it appear that the
lawyer who will meet liiin-or anybody
else. That one is Col.-Harry Skinner.
We are not authonzed to speak for
. liim, but we think it certain that he
"will uccept the .chailenge. llro Mur
? jrill can name the timp'and the place.
- "We1 suggest Greensboro or Salisbury or
- some , point neur the center f the
IT P i :
recognize bemr v lcuna, now a tu.iive
in this conntrv, who wa elettejl presi-
'dent of Chili just, previous to the de
mise of the lialtneced.i Governnieut.
and to send him hack to that couiiif v
with a squadron of our best ships and
a miiitaivt force strong enough to ena
ble him to assume the oliice to winch
be was elected. How is that for ab
sijditv? Those who know the situa
tion ft" affairs have no fear of war be
tween Chili Mid the United States.
Even granting that theie was cause
sufficient for this countrv to attack
ChiJi.lhere would still be little danger
nf wnr? bpt-ause President Harrison and
Secretary Blainettre both on -record as
ardent advocates for the settlement of
all international disuntes which cannot
be d s nosed or tV the ordinary metnou
of diplomacy by arbitration, it will
be remembered that the Pan-Ameriean
(nh.ripss. when in session here last
vear also passed a resolution pled;in
the nation it represents to adpt arbi
tration for the settlement of disputes.
Thfi Chi ban representatives to that
kmgress refused, however, tc vote for
that. resolution or to be found by it. -
Secretary Maine. has been assured by
5enr aionst, tne viuiian xuuusitri
here who is in constant communication.
with the junta, that the investigation
requested by this overnnient of the
ittack upon our sailors is being made,
md that if it shall show that the Chil
ians were to blame th-y -will do the
rijfit thing; but it is plain, from pri
vate advices received heriy that the
purpose of the investigation is to make
tlair was . only
i i-p.. .. . i .
i-ouvmnn street nrawi ior wmcn tue
Chilianlcoverument cannot accept any
respfinsibility. At present thui is oc-
cupvfnsr the familiar position or tlie
small l(jv who makes faces at the large
one relyig upon the disparity in their
siz.'s for protection, and ureal bntian
. : . ...
appears to be playing the role ot th
ijov who nu!iresi- the little letlovv on
the sly and whispers-:- "Do it again; il
he hits von we will call him a coward."
Gvild 31iniu iu North Carolina.
All through the mineral belt of the
State the irold miiiins interest seems
bo getting down to a.so'.id, healthy, bus
iness basis. Why it should have been
otherwise, is utterly incomprehensible.
The f.it-t that the State is full of veins' of
gId bearing we, is iiieoutrovertahle; and
that many of Ahem are of suuicient rich
ness to pay a' good profit in working, has
been proven by7 the fact that, with Out
little practical knowledge, and with the
c.riKle.-t armlianees. thev paid a protit of
millions upon millions of dollars to those
who operated them before the war. It
cannot be said that the iniuc are" worjted
out, as but few of those operated were
worked below water level, and the Stale
has yet nuoihcnless mines have never
been developed. We have a large number
of low grade veins and be its of auriferous
slate, which can be mined and milled "so
cheaply as to leave a good profit. We
know of many large ore bodies averaging
from' $2.50 to i'5 per ton' that can be mined
and milled for from seveniy-live cents to
one dollar per ton. The writer has made
expenses on seventy five cent' ore, and
that with a ten stamp mill. That means
a living prulit, with a twenty stamp mill,
and a good profit with a fj:ty. O; course
this is too low grade to be talked of now,
as the countrv is lull of jut such auiif-
LgHh&m Fin n n ; mi
to I n Hm rrrsr?T - t
Py ff pill
z Fresh Garden Seeds at re
Clover and Grass Seeds at
the lowest prices at Enniss' Drag
A cream of tartar baking povd.er.
Highest of all in leaven'! strenjrth.
Latet U. S. (lovernment Food Iteport.
low For Your Jewelry
AVe are still at our old stand
on Alain streetwhew wo havo
a select stock of Watches, Clocks,
Spectacles, and all kinds of ne
Jewelry on hand at the lowest
Only $1.90 for thf. Progressive Far-
mer, Watchman and a picture of all
the officers of the mtionul Alliance in-
cludinj each State President.
The elections in the several States
passed off quietly Tuesday. New York
selected r lower, democrat, oy a large
majority ; Iowa re-etected Bois, demo
: ocrat; Uussell, the democratic governor
of Massiichusetts, was re-elected.
. , i 1 1 it C i l
M.irv hmd and several otuer . otaies
. J - ' '
elected democrat. ' .
It is stated by those close to the admin
istration that there is no likelihood of
Minister Egan being reealled at present.
It, is not expected that any further
steps will be taken by fliis government
until the Chilian junta has had a rea
sonahlle tfme to complete the investi
gation and report its result, and it is
not unlikely that the whole matter
may go over until the permanent gov
ernment, recently elected, shall succeed
the present temporary government ot
Chili. The new otlieiaLs will be in
stalled this month. S
It is evident from the announcement
by the officialsyof t lie Department of
State tliiit delegates from Barbado and
rHnidad are soon to come here to ue-
erousslatc.lclts a- t h'.s1 wu-, which u ill ruu
four times as much.
The business of gold ruining is oft en
ken of as a speculative one, but iu
case of properties' of the character above
mentioned, the speculative leature is en
tirely eliminated. It is merely putting
up enougn . macnir.e: y to handle large
quaniities of the ore, under the manage
ment ol thoroughly experienced, pract
ical mining and mill men, to make reg
ular profits a certainty. In this class of
mines there can be no damage ol men,
who use ordinary business precaution,
being deceived as to the iniUiiig value of
the ore. The bodies of are so large as to
be practically inexhaustible, and a cor
rect average can generally be obtained
vvith-very little trouble.
'- We sneak o tins crass ot mines more'
particularly in this article, on ac
lack of space to embrace all at ll
and not that they are of greater value
than mines of higher grade, ahd smaller
veins. This class will be dealt with in
another article. There is no better and
surer investment than in gold mining in
North Carolina, but it has to be euleied
into intelligently, and operated on a strict
business basis, and managed by men trior
oughlv conversant with all the details
the business. We know of properties
this State, which if bought ou u
terms and operated as mareaiei
pay from twenty-hve to a bundled per
eentl on the investment, aunually
All work gura-i: U'ed
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feto.iy J . O
ComaMaei's Sale of Land.
In pursuance of a judgment of the Su
perior r.airt of Rowan county, we will
ell at the Court House door in the town
of Salisbury, on Monday., the 7th day of
December. IS! 1, at public auction, to the
highe.-t bidder, the following valuable
real estate; .
A tract of land situate in Locke town
ship, ou both sides of the l.incoluton
road", aH'tuiuiug the lands ot James II.
McKenie. Henry Bosf, T. C. Watson,
John sVWatson and Ib-bert Haney, con
i.Mir.in r one huii'bed and ninety-scven
count of acres, subject to the widow s dower,
lis time, ! covering sixtyive (tlo) .acres,, which lias
been asignfd ner.
Dated October 31st. bSf.l.
J. 11. McKEXZIK,
D. L WATSON",
Adm'rsof W. V. Wat.-on, Coai'r.
Be sure and call for a bottle
of 3 Cures. It has never failed
to curb Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
and S(ek Headache. I can giye
you first-class references in Sal
isbury to prove its merits. "For
BK IN TIME.
Don't wait till you get sirk to got a
bottle of Enniss' Diarrhoea Specific, but
come and have it ready. It will save you
a doctor bill and probably your life. It
is speedy cure for Diarrhoea, Flux, Hum
mer and Bowel complaints. It never
fails to Cure ii taken iu time.
ran 'i i ii nnnr-Tii'i i i " in i i r'l v ' if r ) T I ' i ' "i riT'ifi :-fi - ' :M' m '
THIS! li KflS. J " i
J. H. ENNISS.
Mi.-s "icl'ii;i J i li tison , sitiiLiU'il on Mam street,
three and :i half blocks troin the pjiblic square.
over a humireri teet irunt ai'l runniii bach,
two hur.uml iVct, ufijoii.iiig the property ot W.
A. Mowery and tjie Misses Howards. This
prupcrtv will be soul Nov. 17th. For particu
lars a: p!y to S. A. L. JOUNSOX,
Opposite po t t llice. Jeweler.
BE CAUGHT NAPPING IN F U UNlTURE.
to purchasers some inducements that are little short of marvel ,
x?. ...... ..... . . .
au .iu iii'
ous. To say that they are unprecedented doesu't begin to tell the story, i Takef
our LOUNGES i.s an illustration : We have eoacluded to let them go at $6.50, and
a manufacturer cau't make them for the money. It is using a mild term to pay
that they are cheap; they're more than cheap.- Such a prke scarcely pays for the
material i it t i.em, to say not hing of the workmans-hip. Not, a bit less of an aston-
ishing bargain are our Fancy and Platform ROCKERS. We liave just received a
nice Hue of these Rockers, upholstered in colors. They are beauties. It wilt pay
you to eall and set- ihem In-un e you buy. They are going fast ; don't delay.
We have a full line of Furniture of every description. ;See it, hear my prices
and be convinced how cheap we are selling.
EAMES & EARNHARDT.
S125-OOG STOCK GOT TO GO.
T. I. Viuson, South Main Street, fu)ur
shaving and hair-cutting. First-class work
men and shurp razors at all times, llair-dress
inir and .-hampooning a spceialtv. Will waito i
ladies and i liil iron at tlieir homes,
siiiirpeii scissor- at from !' to 1" c tit
(live liir.i a eai!.
'Yrl HVhlt a p'fht.-t' hi- i'
officer a of thr Alliance. Sena. '
(ftt the Project : cr Fa-ia-
With implicit faith in th
the cotton crop, we bought the greatest
stock of goods ever offered in theState.
And we have come to the conclusion re
cently that thej crops in this locality will
be short. Our sales so far have been
good, but not up to our expectations nor
up to the volume ot or.
True, we never Hold goot.
we have been selling tin- '
many men have work; . h..
to find ivow that they i .
mom y. and if we work i
-i-v uud make noliti-i
', - J. Our stock UHl-;
: , . to o.irrv it
. Loug ago thai the first loss
:: t . one and with our usual
;-(.; i - 'ss n e shall make any ldss nee
, . - move our groat stock. Cutting
.- i. ii order aiul it will bo done with
outcv)ino of pair warranted will go at $1.10.
so cheap as
ill. A great
t'l the year
, v a ide any
; o -alanee of
; A ' Will
over and we
o 20.000 majority. Pennsvl-
ik republican, as usual. ie
is doubttul. iNew Jersey u
itiei' Mississippi was not tauch
nver the election, but was
strongly democratic. 'MichijjaHs
icrlies in i B
easonabie j j
A 1 big enterrise is materializini; in
ntanly eouniy. 1 he .Norwood .News is
advised that Mr. Williams, one of tho
owners of the magnificent slaie quarry
located eight miles lrcm -JCtrotd,
on the Pee Dee river, has secured an ex
perienced foreman who will at once begin
developing the vast beds of excellent slale
a wcaltji of treasure stored iu Stanly's
hills. . - . "
e t 5
u -.mi! all along t!ie line. In all lines.
overstock good-- will be -eut away
jdown to prices never heard of before in
Our shoe stock has $2-VK)0 in value, in
it and you can buy shoes in m ny lines
as low as we did and that means away
down, for we bought a great-many shoes
at less than fifty cents on the dollar.
Our $1.15 Indie's s"hoe cut to $1 00 U the
best dollar hoe evor o.Tered. Oar ele
gant Rrogaij all wbub sU.ck auJ every
Huff shoe for men at $1.00. Everything
in shoes cut to rTJek bottom.
JJeiglei- Hros.' Misses' and' Children'
fineShoes 7oo., S10N1 and $1 2o. Dou
glass $2 51) ladies' line Shoes for $1.80-
We havo instructed our salesmen to
close our Clothing stock without limit.
We bought for oO cents on the dollar arid
can afford to slaughter it and we will.
There is $25,000 in this stock, all new
and elegant goods and there is no com
petition about it. "
D wn goes the carpet stock, cut to tho
not) quick. All the balance of the 12, 15 and
We , 18 cent Hemps cut to lOeents. Eleirant
Velvet Carpets cut from $1.25 to 90 cents;
good '$1.75 Wiltons go at 11.25; 3-ply In
grains 55 to SO cents; 2-ply Ingrains $.&
to 00 eeuU. Rugs at your own price.
Pear's Soap 10c. per cake; Bouquet
Toilft Soap 4c.; fine Glycerine Soap oc :
In- Ohio, .where the greatest
anxiety was centered; Mclyinley re-L0tiate a reciprocity agreement, that
publican, or mnu iiiiw, eiecieu ui England has agreed for her W est In
dia colonies to reciprocate wun tne
the United States; indeed, itis suppsed
that these delegates will have full pow
er to conclude such an
MK Blaine is also said to be confident
lhar. fhf rpcinrneitv afrrppinents which
.;victoryfor the republicans, and South have j)fen n nPRotiation for some time
Dakota is tuougut io oue u.e wlth Mexico, tolum'oia, Venezuela and
umA wav. in lvansas tne ngnt was nari. ,Wn,Hv I nmnlis !,, farfa
.- x ....... ..... W.. , ......f ...
J Ptvveen tllC peopis pt ty auu t ue rts- A 1 1 of the matiirwl 4 nercpiit
'iuiblicaiisaud it is reported that the bonds have l)een extended or redeemed
republicans gained. V irginia is sol- X(.Cpt. ..tHoiit Si,5lX).000 and they are
idly deftfMraUc, nav,; mile opposi-omi in at the rate 0f about twenly
tion.. . '' J thousand dollars a dav.
Iostinater-General ranamaker gets
... rm ML. .. m. 4 m m W m M M W 4 1 il m I 1 m . 1
pu t inii Avrnw frii-ij. H hi-r batch or mail eyerv (lav troni toe-
" . ' County seat Postmaster, relating to his
1'laiu Facts anJ Sharp, Pithy Swings reCmest that thev would inspect the
. from Kef.rm Papers. o-,Jer 5ffice jn (.mRy .!1(lJJiake a
"Two souls with but a single thought, report upon their condition. Many
hri tlii.it Ijeat as i)iie.-The Old of these letters contain statements
a, n w ii - - . i - - -w- - .
e. f J
V "f T ' i 3 a s .
Will leW IGU'ilOW.
J.ff Chandler says: ,uThe one vital
quest ion in all countries is the prob
lem of fioince, and compared with t hat
the'niter taX;dion or .the tariff is
but h H'de issue.!' -
"The real repudiators in this coun
try ar" those who ar.itrushing the peo
ple to the earth witl; unequal taxation,
J.nd 'giMdmg thein to desperation."-
I Iw'lieve that , the legal-temlei cur
rency i Vtttir H safer than the
ii'atin- currency that the govern
ment is the best custodian of' its' own
coinage and currency.-A-Co;rrc.-i"-t;w
' A- Phillips.-..
A hrgli tarifi and a gold standard are
twit's- l"e oolli iear lieavilv upon
tbe debtor classes. They add also to
wealth of the rich. " There is no
- objection to the rich getting richer if
they wii4 n..t expect government aid.
MMe-y rl,tl " thing on earth which
j,jis arwavs been nbLe to take
made in the most matternoffact style
which contain humor enough to make
the reputafon of a professional "funny
maw," buT nothing is Made public by
the Department officials that has a ten
dency to make the writer appear ridic
A Pel feci Epidemic of Conflagrations
Nashvillk, Tenn., October "0. About
S o'clock this morning (ire broke out in
the Nashville Cas company's four-story
The third and fourth floors, used for of
fices and sleeping, w ore burned out and
the test of the. building drenched with
water. The Joss will probablv leach $00,
000. The Vendome theater building, in tho
rear and entered by a long passage way
through tho gas companys' building, was
saved without material loss.
company s building had narrow escapes, K 1 I sf
but so far as known no lives were lo.-t. i J J J
Indian a polt,. Intl., October oO A
special to the News from Brazil, Indiana,
to-day, says; The Turner buckle faftory
in this city was entirely-destroyed by lire
this morning. The loss is $-10,000; insu
rance about one-fourth. Fifty hands are
thrown out ot employment. The factory
,wa.s owned and operated by the Brazilian
Steel and Iron cou.;iany.
Cuampaigx. Jib, O.-tober o0. The
bu.inuss orli(.n of i lie town of I,"da has
been completely. . destroyed by
fire. Every bu-ii;ess .h-uise in the town
was burred, No residences were des
troyed. The loss is estiiaaled'to be more
Bloom kikld, Ind , October 00. Nearly
the entire business part of the town of
Newberry, ten miles south of here, was
burned yesterday, together with a score
The fire was the work of
' Our stock of CLOTHING
is one of the best in Western
North Carolina and. our
l-pond bar Auction Soap 4c.
Knitting Silk 25c. per spool f 100-ydt.
spool Silk "lie.; Kerr's Spool Cotton :'e.
Silk Twist I0e.. per dozen spfwds; fino
wool Z'phyr 5c or oz.
G od Note Pacfjer 3c. per quire. Staf
ford's Ink 3c, per bo tie.
All our pap r covered So. Books will
I bo closed out at 5c. Cloth bound ut lSe
50cSheet Musio at 5c,
Th j be.-t uirlaundred shirt evpj1 of
fered for tho mouey, only 40 cents.
W. J. DAVIS & CO., -
Mf niloa the Watcbm in vtion u wi'Ufi..
Office: DURHAM, N. C.
Au UlinoLS post in tster a wo-j of dwellings. The fire was the work
manreported- the condition of alt the ; oniucendiary,and was started in a saloon.
Offices, visited, including her77wn, tobeiT'ie mnt of insurance 4s unknown.
, , . 1 , . l I Tho loss is estimated at fcoOXKJO.
bad. A Mississippi
asked to be excused from
inspections beeausa she was too young
to go turonnu
one to go with
Two Valuable IJooli.t.
. Ve have undertaken to furnish our
readers with two very 'valuable"books
"Labor and Capital" i3 tk,e title of on '
the other i profitable Farming iu the
South " These books ought to be in the
haud.4 of every farmer in North Carolina.
een at the WATejw
MAN olIi, t ny time. The price of
alone, and she h.id
her. jMore than two
thousatid answers h ive' so far been re
ceived by. the department.
The gossips a iv not so positive-that
Com mis oner L uini is fo
resignation ot the second o:ie
three men that he . asketl '-to have dis
missed has been accepted by Secretary
PARIS, October SO. Tho Petit Journal
to-day publhhcsa dispatch from Madagas-
i car. statin'' mat alaiunira. an minor ant
HO ! ,.,, i, i. ,..... ,a;i ,.i'ii i ;t. ....!
at the entrance of Ilcmhatooka bay, has
been almost entirely consumed by a con
Oiilv ten houses are reiforted standinir,
.i iniid I be loss is ot i-nuit ed at nbout ("KM)0.
go since tne; vt i i . . i - '
of the ti,,,.,..in?M
Brewstf.u, Neb., O.-tober r,0. A disas
trous praino hre is raging in this count y, !
aml 'thousaiidsof acres have beeii burned j
over. Sevcal ranchmen have lost their j
entire hay crop, but so fir no buildings!
have been destroyed, l he fire is entirely
A Good Ofier.
At, the low pnee of the U atcuman wo ; b nJ the contr-0, ((f thc
can t atjord to pay agents a commission ;IA, tj, October 30.-The A
out we propose to give r.!; our menus a
chance. To the person sending us the
largest list of paid up subscribers before
the first of January next, we will make
a "present of $10 hr gold; second largest
list $5 in gold, thir l largest list $2 50 in
gold, fourth largest, in silver. Boys,
men, young auLolri. her.e isyoir chance.
Seize every op(ojrt unity t pick up a new
subscriber. Somebody will get these
handsosue New Year's presents, why not
you. Begin right now. Every name
Capital," is $2.00. cloth ' yu end will be placed' to your credit.
binding; Tioafableiiriiijn" is $3 CO ' Remember the price of thc paper is $1.50,
xjioth. (all uud see theiri and riv.. buvif you fend as manv as ten thev w HI s
: be put on sit elub rates, $1.00. Now lei's '
sec who will win the gold.
Chjidrf Cry for Pitcher's tor&
Warre & ! '
id c vat or, owned bv
Co., was completely destroyed by fin
There w ere a hundred thousand bushels
of grain in the building, of uli kinds, some
of which can be saved. The loss on the
building wiil approach SoO.oGO, and the
whole will approximate "$941,000."
- The fire is supposed to have started by
sparks from ai p i-sin j; locjon'ioti.ve. The
Washington f u:n dev. on oi;.e s.iije. ws
can be sold .the same
s we claim lias been
ro 'take-special pains
tn fit sind to nlease voii. which
1 ; j
cannot' be clone elsewhere. .
We can fit the longest, short
est, fattest or leanest man in the
county. O a r prices nrc to suit
the hard times. Overcoats are
too Hi pan to e"0 cold.
I C? i
We want to reduce our stock ul' BOYS''
-i i i I i ;
ffiven in them. Our teniis,aro strictly cash, aiui
anyone who pays cash saves money.
Try it by calling on
m. S. BROWN.
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M IIICHMOND, 71
This is a Honic.Company, manufacturing. Per-
(I hen 1
tiliz' r expressly fr llic Farmers. Every pound -ofjLroods
uu-iiiiittced the Iligliest Grade. Best
Ma'er.als. Fanners wiLL always get value re-
1 i 1 rl 1 . ' .1 .
mm ni'.r n'ooi c v i Tiircr ir it ix on
i y any goods until you examine -
carefully what they arc offering, and then get
their prices. Exclusive manufacturers for tho
North Carolina .Farmers' Alliance.
The following is a list of our brands :
North Carolina Farmers' Alliance Official Guano,
with Peruvian1 Guano, Durham
mmnni:ired fiii an o. Peruvian .Substituto
: Great Cotton and Corn Grower Guanp,
'nM'-rcssivc Farmer, and N. G. F. A. Official
Cruldrcn Crj fpr pitcher's Cictcrlal
damaged a'oout i,00J.
Wben Babj was sick, we gare her Caatorla.
Then she was a IJhild, she cried for Castoria
Vhea he became Miss, she eking to Castoria.
When she had Ciaidren, she ga"them Castoria
J'OUXDED 1S64 bT the present exeeotlTe-27 YEARS of contlnuou and Buccesefnl manage.
' ttentT?red knnn&l attendanceNow ocenpyine four bnildlne-Stand onrivaled in
.rtrnMraMTOirKO MEN AND WOME for ncce'in Jif. In deciding npona
TomiVntnmJuji Viirinia, North Carolina, South Carolina andGorgi
2iu?: nhineL Catalogue and partlcnlara mailed on apphcatiop.
AddreM. W H SADLER. President, and Pounder; or F. A. SADLER, Secretary,
PUGIINEES COLLECEVo, 8, IO & 12 N.Charles St.. BALTIMPRE, WD,
w - cuuuu tut iWatcnmaa when y iu write.
FAPwMERS, ALLIAEC3 GUANO EEAED FROM. ;
Coi.j)e, N. C August 10,. 1891.--:
IV. II. Worth. S. ;. A.,
Deaii nt: As much has been Faid in regard to A. C. ar
mors' Alliant-e Oflicial (iinino, 1 h to " state toTyou and tho
Durham Fertilizer (a mpanv, mui others, tlrat it is- giving gootl
.satisfaction here (jn all cm,
from a lot .vhere I sowed Ylh
1 used it on wheat last fall, ahd
.bushels of seed. 1 lhieshcd-313
bushels of good wheat, or 2o bushels lronuone.
to the acre.
The Alliance i swlid here. r
Wniwa lUe W Arm as uLen pu witte.,
1 used ono
L, i:, Macon