L- XXIIITHIRD SERIES.
SALISBURY, N.C.j THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,1891.
i ' i n m nr lift i
'"Jp ; Jii
for I nfants and Children
"Castor b aown adapted to cb Hdrea that
t recommend itu superior to Hoy preacriptioa
toownUtm.'1 IL A. Archib,
: X i Oxford St, Brooklyn, J. T.
'.. : ' - 'V
; -Tb-aM tf 4Ctorh." Is m tralrersal and
4 moriu so wU known that it seenw a work
urrertratk to eDione it. JFewarethe
toteUfeeat famine who do-not Jep Cartona
New York City.
taU-ftergg"'hlgff10 Rnfargte -Church.
Cauterta cores Colic, Cosatlpatlcn,
Scur Stomach, Diarrhoea. fcructatiOT,
Julia Worm, give aksep, and promotes J-
Without injurious medication.
For several years I have recommende
your Castoria, and shall always continue to
So bo as it baa invariably produced beeftciai
Edwjx F. Paumb. St
- Thff rtferop," LgUi Street and 7th Are
New York City.
Tbs Cxstaot CoKFAirr, 77 Mubbat Stbmt, Nr Yoax.
'I lie Lone efinr f Texas.
CMzy if le don't keep his word? Oh,
no3 There's as good fish in the sea as
?' 1. L - 1 1
i i r L r.ll :Jf k li mm
... . . tAoTmf w'ifl r-n,hr. von E-nnw' ftnn f.nn
And we'll down with all trusts .a aaierai vv " - "
By the labr flare aa tae power of song
Tle Lett Star of Tctas guides the farmer alortg.
Aud rrsr wives aud fdir daughters so tender
' and true.
Dear h.ub:Mtd nd brothers tlier are looking
For heritage aud homes in our sweet, scr.y
Custained hj corruption or pollution's Tile
From Atlantic's great waters bounding our
Acr6s the great Rockies to PRcinc'3boM6ar
The Lone Star of Texas has her banuer un
furled, And the Farmers' Alliance ia leading the world.
Way up the St. Lawrence where our boundary
Kucinding our borcL-rs where the Rio Grande
How, ' '-
The Lone Star T)f Texas, with radiance.so brigh t,
i leading the farmers to victory and right.
When the warfare is over and the victory 'a
And the vanquished lie conquered at Liberty's
Then vassals in slavery no longer we will be, J
For the Lone Sur of Texas lights the land ot
- the free. .
'By theaicKgf Jehovah's omnipotent hand
Our banncfshall wave o'er Columbia's bright
land, .. -
And t!ie bluc-tiuted vaults in the star-spangled
Overshadow the farmer's happy, sweet happy
Then we'll fhout the glad tidings across the
That America's farmers are happy jttid frci;
To the breezes of heaven our banner unfurl.
And the F:;raiers' Alliance 13 leading the
V. W. Harris.
Rock. x. c, Xov. i-tm.
she laughed rast heartilT and went
tripping along the roadside bumming
a cheery air. vv
Of course much of this gossip
reached the ears Mr. Peter Potter,
who, however, went about hi hnine.-i
as usual 'and was not at all affeoiel by
the coldness which some of the mar
riageable girls of the sewing society
manifested 'When he met them on the
street or at church. As for thfgent4e-
juen those fallows who had declared
the noise made by the busy tongues
in the parlor might have been heard
The next moment Miss Polly Per
kins returned to the company leaning
on the arm of Mr. Peter Potter, wha
was genteelly attired in a dress suit,
and in every respect looked like n be
coming and happy bridegroom. TIh
guests w re struck dumb with amaze
ment which was greatly heightened
wheji Peter placed his hand in that of
the ilev. Mr. Thompson and said:
4'Vill vou pe goot enough to make
von of us two nein, nein, I means
vill vou make us two into von urn V"
Well, the cer mony was soon over.
Matiifcstions Of Party Hate.
As will 1-e seen from an article in
another column of this paper, the Re
publicans and Democrats, of Emporia,
Kansas, wh ?n they found that their
upolitical fusion" at the polls had re
suited iu the defeat of many of the 'Al
liance candidates, burned Col. Polkin
effigy. This action fully reveals the
political hate and animus of the old
parties. . .
They have grown so despotic in
principle, that the least oppositon to
their political dogmas and peculiar
methods of government, is sufficient to
brand one as in worthy of public con
fidence. And to the extent of their
that his engagement to Polly was one
of his practical iokes he saki: "Let
Vm have their fun. Pilhpw 'em a and a righf jolly wedden feast follwed influence, all the leaders of the Alii-
joke yet tnaUt make em laugu on tne : ana wnm me i ompany separaiea ine ance are ostracised; and but for tne
other ide. of the mouth." liappy bridegnom said as a parting restraining power of our Uws, these
Well, it was how within a week of remark to postmaster Jackson Dot j men w0i3 not stop at burning Col.
Christmas. Invitations to the wedding vos von great practikeel shyke um? , p 0i , efflzv but would consiu him
Ma! been seut out with the request Und don t you forgot dotvatermailou , toa feiol,'s Cf torture him into a r
i.e recinients be at Miss Perkins' Aunt and dot tollar.
Betsy's residence at 3 o'clock of till at
day to witness the ceremony.
It was a conventional gathering of
vill.ige society that met there that day
Doutli ot Presidents.
George Washington His death was
the reMilt of a severe cold contracted
This space belongs to W. H. Reisner. Watch it.
MR. POTTER'S JOKE.
Even the gossips who had been m.st while riding around hi farm in a rain
industrious in criticizing Mr. Peter ; and sh?et slorm December 10th, 1WJ.
1 he cold increase I ami was followett
by a chill, which brought on acute
layrnjiitis. His death occurred Decem
ber 14th, 1709. He was 08 year? of
you so,"' said Postmaster
'Peter Potter is still e;i
tne nknaniH of 'Peter
"Ea TTt TTQ fnTTfN
? K W U ,1 14 M ft 7 A
"You have in me very -happy,
Polly, and s'poe we set the day tor
Miss Polly Perkins looked loviuglv
into his eyes and answered affirmatively
by leaning tier he id upon Ins shoulder.
Thev were sitting in the pretty p ir-
or of :i eozv eottaire on tne o-'itsii'r.-s
of Gletniiiel Tiieir courtship h id not
bren "a h-ng one in fact it h;id leen
short, e-rn-'st iin-l decisive, ni wnen
Mr. Peter Potter parted with his be
trothed that Sunday Jiight he con-
sidnred himself a verv Iu kv m:ui ml
securing such a prize as Polly leri:ins,
the prettiest, lass-in Glenville. who had
eaten more philopeuas and broken
more chicken breast-boiies than any
maiden for niile3 around.
'i'rue, she was only twenty, while
Pet?r was a bachelor way op in the
thiitiis: but he was a man ot property
ini.l e-.irned a thriving- crocerv busi-
nssin the village; and there were some
Carries the Largest Stock of
ore; nanos an-
To bs Found ia tlie State.
- AND - THY!
inr'H'in (ireeiivi e ho w:u;U- have
felt very much "put out" if they had
overheard the engagement words
spoken-that Somby night.
Christmas was now only two months
oif and Polly at once began to procure
her wedding trousseau. She w.n a
poor g;rl wlio mals her living oy work-1 Mr.
in ' in a cotton factorv, ami he had;giri
Potter were there. The llev. Philip
Thompson arrived a few moments W
fore the appointed hour he was to be
master of ceremonies and when the
old clock struck three there was onlv
one absentee. Miss l!Iv Perkins,
prettily attired in white silk, white
ki is. and orange blossoms, w.;s stand
ing bv a window in close conversation
with Aunt lietsy. Ten minutes
passed, and then h v mntterings were
heard from the knots of guests in the
Changeabout.' Now, I renew my bet
of it watermelon to a pumjkin seed
that Peter won't be here. lie's most
cruelly jilted Polly Perkins, you bet."
These remarks were addressed to
voting Lawyer Tom Kent, whose con
versation with a long haired, bushy
whi leered and heavily mustache 1 gen
tleman h"d been interrupted by them.
"It's too badj too bad.' returned the
lawver, "but here, Mr. .Jackson, let me j
introduce vu to iuv friend, Mr. Max
The bushv whiskered man anr
postmaster shook hands and then the
three entered into a whispered conver
sation about Peter Potter's non-appearance.
"He vas a goot faillow, um ?" queried
"Oh ves, Peier's a
fellow," said Mr. Jackson, "bur you .ee
he has always leHii ;i very changeable
man shifting from one idea to an
other about as lively as a fiVa and he
bus louo- been considered the. boss
cantation of his political principles, or
failing in this, they would hand him
over to the bloody work of the public
executioner and bury him without the
aid of a clergy.
The idea that ours is a government
of the people, for the people and by
the people has been relegated to the
moles and bats; and, by the old party
leaders it is declared by utterance and
action, that the people have no longer
John Adams-He died of old age, hav- L.,.,- , i:,...u tn i
, it i . ! m. fin i iiiia-io v) i.uiiikui unit'" i j v
ing reached his J 1st milestone Iho'.ghs dominated b ll0Mea in ilich the peo
act.ve mental y, he was nearly hnd, pie have H0Jrigllt .beyond remaining
and un.ble to hold a pen steadily ilent nd filing "hewers of
enough to write. He passed away w,Kand drawers of water."
without pain July 4tta, H26. CoK polk ha3 comniitted no crime.
i nom .s jenewoii-ne oiu a, me He hfifi succe,sfully refuted every .ecu
age of 83, a few hours before Adams, Q u. - -Ht wU:u Jmfli:pp h!ls uftHmt.tpd
July 4, 1826. His disease was chronic tQ gu1 hig utien and hn8 detnon.
diarrhce.f superinduced by old age, and atr,i Uv Wa mfwf
is physician said, th too free use of I , . ' ' Mn.nim nd unaa
the waters of White Sulphur Springs.
James Madison He too, died ef old
age, and peacefully, July 18th, 1S30.
His faculties were und i mined to the
lait. He 'was 85.
James Monroe At the time of his
proofs, a verv conspicuous and unas
mailable Christian character. Yet, the
tierce assaults of an unscrupulous, par
tisan pre8 continue the work of defa
mation. Not one word do we find in
these Democratic and Republican pa-
..am nnnilominm til napaull(l1S ff
la.ith iv hie i nrrn rrnel fn t.h i.-iil rpnr I . - ".n. 1 i
"V, ' t , oil " i J Col. L. L. folk. The burning ot mm
of h. age, July 4th, lSl it was as- in effigy at Emporiat is silently acquies
signed to no other cause than enfeebled ml we arc, therefore, justified
t I a t ti v i" asserting that this line of conduct
.John Qmncy Adams He wns ... . : k,a
i . , . - , . -toil rnill Jt IUUHIIUIU vm. v. . v. . - -
stneken with mralysis teoruary 12th;d di t philwophy o
K' V l.ii. .11.1 Til--..-! ii it Mia Snau tar ft I .
I.1""'"""1 " . our opponents, we are no longer tree
i nie . ... f j. i 1 1
at tne lime a memoer 01 congress, jie
died in the rotunda of the Capitol. He
was 81 years of age.
men; we have no right to peacefully
agitate political and economic ques
tions, nor labor for the removal of un
worthy leaders, and the installation of
Andrew Jacksou He died June bth, abie nnd patriotic ones; but our only
1845, 78 years old He suffered from e tiJe is, to atand TStlif ully by
consumpuon, auunaoy uioP.v u Darties wh,ie
made its aDoearance about six months .,
the work of
To utter one
las long been consuiereu tne doss
V , oil- . 1.1
practical joker ot this-town, i recKou
thisls one of his jokes," saying which
tht postm ister b'okeil over tovaid tin
bride that w. s to have leen, and then,
turning to Mr. Spieller and Lawyer
Kent, he said, laying Ins hand upon
Spieller s shoulder, "I pity that
I Buy in Largo Quantities Direct from Factories
and Will Give Low Prices.
"Write for Catalogue and Prices.
- Goods Eitaiei if not Satisfactory
E. M. ANDREWS,
CHARLOT.TE, N. C.
no relative in the world exc ept an old j wile v s von practikeel shoker. um.
maiden aunt with whom she lived. I memhetr? Dot must hut matt im a
She wits a bright girl, somewhat peit j ferry funny fellow, iim'r" said ih man
in manners, and, on occasion,-could be j with the bushy whiskers.
t-.rfr. sw vinecar. "Ves. vou bet he was, and "
Air Peter Potter was a queer ment d At this instant the attention ot the
compound. He was phenomenally tin- three was diverted to a group of young
stsih'.e in his views on religion and pol- women who had surrounded Miss Per
itics; so much so. in fact, that he had kins and were mingling express ons of
wnn Hip nanifiof "Peter Changeabout,"' I svmnathv for her with their denuueia-
and no one more faithfully observed' tions of her delinquent betrothed,
the maxim, "When you're among the Polly's face was buried in Aunt Betsy's
Romans do as the Romans do," than lip ;md she seemed to lie weeping,
he. In jM)litics he was equally fickle, j -"Mishter Kent, yill you okqnanit
One year he was ahmnlent democit; ance me make in it dot meenister ? '
the next year he was a republican, and aid Mr. apieiiei. , ouantitv of cherries
( pitain v. with Dlcasure, -said tne i ,. " . ..j. .e u..t...
consumption, andjinally dropsy which ,
b.t.ire lus (leatn word of protest is moral and political
Martin an liuren He died JnlyJ. v.;fhfsm,i;my p ' arw
25th, 18G2 from a violent attjick of aring for tie uprooting of section-
asiiiiiiii, iui u, ,i.u. "' ism .Uld measuring out even and
of the throat and lung. He was , . tJ tQ aR men wJth ecial
eighty years of age. nrivileces to none, we are denominated
William Henry Harrison l he V(.r0tiO(,ncf noon the bodv
... i .1 1 XI. 'Ulim-Ui .'v.. .-- I ,
cause ot his neain was pieunsy, me frt iia avfr;nfl !ir. a boards
result ota co.n wmcn ne "V, ." Well, if our fidelity to the animating
the dav of Ins inauguration. 1 Ins I i Mvnif;m,arr hpms.
The National Banking- System.
The. claim, thai bur national banking
system is the best hanking sysl em evej
devised has been considerably weakened ,
by receni events. The failure r "
"looting?4f the Spring Garden, Key
stone and Mavarick banks, not to men- ,
tion those of smaller banks of the
system, has impaired the confidence of
business men, as well as that of th v
people generally. The Boston HemlJ
s Ws of the Maverick failure -that it
'has done more to shatter faith among
the people of New England, m the ,
national hauling system thany
thing that has occurred since that
system was first established."
There are two fundamental obiec-
tions to the national banking system:
1st. It is a monopoly, other bank
being practically prohibited to issue
currency, so as to make it a monopoly.
2d. It unjustly discriminates against
the agricultural industry in its accom
modations. These alone are enough to condemn
it, or to call for radical changes. But
these are not the defects that produced
the late failures and are weakening the
confidence of the people. In almost
every instance the recent failures or
embezzlements are attributable to lax
supervision and wrongful acts of the
banks' officials. Tiieir officers- have
used the moneys committed to their
keepiirg-in private speculations, or, as
anijear to have been the case with the
"keystone bank, in assisting politicians
to raisg campaign funds to pay cam
These are abuses of administration,
that might be remedied by more vigi
lant, impartial and faithful supervision.
The system is doubtless the best we
have ever had in the protection which
it affords to the bill-holder. It is the,
depositors and other business creditors,
that suffer by the failures or embezzle
ments. The;depositors are people who
can illy bear the los nnd the damage
to otlur tanking institutions' seriously
interferes with their ability to serve
the business community.
The immunity which the bill holders
possess is due entirely to the fact that
the government is security for the pay
ment of the notes. All the superior
hmerit of the svstem", therefore consists
iu thisjiability of the government and
the confidence which the people have,
in the government. Why, then,
should not the fast diminishing circu
lation of the national batiKS be sup
pressed by an increased issue of treasury
notes an issue for the redemption of
which the government would no more
be bound than it is for the redemption
of national bank notes to an unlimited
" This system will receive an over
hauling in the next Congress, and we
trust that it will result, like the discus
sion of the "sub-Treasury" scheme, in
the devising of "something better.''
once he figured as a bright and shining
local lMit in the ranks of the inde-1 lawyer, and the u quaintance was
pendent party. made.
Peter Potter was a man well liked oy Mr. Speiller took the . Ilev
wa-i accompanied with severe diarrhoea,
winch woitld not yield to medical treat
ment. His death occurred-April 4th,
1841, a month after- his inauguration.
He was 68 years of age.
John Tyler He died January 17th.
1S02, at the age of 72. The cause of
his death is not generally known.
James K. Polk In "the fpring of
1S4(J he was stricken with a slight at
tack of cholera while on a boat going
up the Mississippi river. Though tem
porarily relieved, he had a relapse on
on his return home and died June 15,
1849, aged 54 years.
Z ichary Taylor Ue was the second
president to die in office. He is said to
have partaken mi moderately of ice
water and iced milk, and then after of
sult was an attack of cholera morbus.
principles of our revolutionary ances
. M ' , II'
tors, and our taitli in tne intelligence
A Safe Investment.
Is one wliich is una ran teed to bring
and patriotism of the toiling masse be yem satisfactory results, or in case, of
treason, then we con less our guilt, ana failure a return oi purcnase pnct.i
present ourself a ready sacrifice upon this safe plan you can buy from our ad
L Uar of Alliance : principle belie.- .i"
.i i i j ' ; 'u,4 ;n lew uiscovery n
tnat ine oiooa o umnots "o t;f;n v
prove the seed of an irrepressible con- when used for ny Uireclion of throat.
tlict that will not down uniu ine oene- Lungs or Lhest, sucth as uonsumpuon.
ficient principle to winch we have ded- Inflainalion of Lungs,BroncinLi?, Asinran,
icated ourself triumph at the polls. Whooping Coub Croup, etc. It is
icatea onnwu, iruuuj u . I pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly
Loving liberty, we would extend t P , fWll,', unoi;
I 7CJV, M 1 " w 1
unto all: but batinir tvrannv. we shall
fight it so long as God continues our
pilgrimage among the children of men.
Why a Jury in Composed
Ti-tal bottles froe at KTuttz & Co'a drug
Our State is a diamond. Let us pol
ish it well. liruuson.
Mention tlie Watchman when you write.
the people of Glenville. He whs not . Thompson s arm and led turn iO a cor
stingy. He was foremost in the works net where the t wo for several minutes
of charity, and many a poor family, to , held a whispered conversation. Then
which enforced idleness or sickness had the two guests nearly an hour had
brought privation, was the recipient of iv)w passed were preparing to take
snbstnntml trifts from his store. He ' their leave.
was alwavs a cheerful man, and no ! "Ladies and gentleman," said Lawyer j
social party iu Glenville was considered . Kent, 4ts the friend and legal adviser
complete without his presence. And j of Mr. Peter Potter, permit me to re
he was very popular with the gentler ; quest vou to remain a little longer,
sex. Moreover he greatly enjoyed a j He may have been unavoidably de
rrj.irnl inicp. even if he himself were tained. vou see."
the victim of it. hi this he could give! At this moment Mr. bpieller wins-.
and take with equal satisfaction to his ; pored sooietfnug in Lawyer Kent s ear,
! risibilities in either case. land the lawyer then said something in
Now, -when the news got around a low tone to the dominie,
that he had engaged himself to Missl 4-Mr. Shackson,'' said Mr. Speiller,
Another authority attributes his death
to a severe cold. The former seems
the most likely. He was 00 years old.
Millard Fifmore H died from a
stroke of paralysis March 8," 1874, in
his 74th year.
The iurv of twelve was adopted be-
nuR th nronhets were twelve: there
were twelve Je
lars of the tern
We desire to say to our citizens, thak
for years we have been selling Dr. King s
ewish justices, twelve pil- New Discovery for" Consumption, Dr
Kinir's New Iit'e Pills, liuckleu's Arn'c
111 if IC. b n LI V r, - . .
;u t.n..M Salvo and Electnc Uitters, and have
twelve timm a onti, vi-v. v . . - .
in Aaron's breastnTatertwelve gates of
.Tru;lHm. twelve signs of Zodiac.
Whon inries weie first established t
Having greatly increased my facilities for handling and
storing CO A L coming season I would now again respect
fiillv snliVif nnvniiil nil nrrlfirs--" fin trusted to me." Dromisinff to
-iurnisH you promptly with what coal you may want at the lowest ! lf,,, ,.ol
tnarket price. In order to obtain advantage of the lowest sum- nt au complimentary to Mr. Peter j "But you 11 lose sure," said Mr.
i i ' j t 1 I P.tlor i Jackson.
4mor prices, you snouia at onco sena me-3'ouroruers. xveiyeuiuur . , . i : , iu iVtiriMr
- Jt . U - . J , . i. 1 "III W. n ralrmplon to ft OUmnkm : fc V 11. (1P11 I lOOSe. dot S All, Said j3XT.
that I handle only the best grades ot screened ooai, lnciuaingi ,, gid Qm Jacksoni the, post- stiller, "und I pet you dot hoss I got
the"Red Ash. suitable for crate A. stoves, heaters, &c. I Jr wbt ptr Potior won't le on : in dot tavern stable against von dollar
Also keep Oil hand at all times UlO finest grade of blaeksmita ! b;ind when ihe time conk. Of course hlot Mr. Potter viil pe here um?
T AT T UMRDnWM I he now : thinks ho lovs Miss Perkins, ! "Well, I'll go you," said the post-
- PilHi49Hi wa dnft to iudee took the iury around with him
X I aim s. i - v- i - i
abdominal dropsy, and occurred ueio- m u w -ber
8, 1809, in the C5th year of his age. diet. If they did not agree they wer.
James Buchanan Hisdeath occurred nuea aim imprisons.
June 1, 1808, and was caused by rheu
matic gout. He was 78 years ot age.
Abraham Lincoln He was shot by
J. Wilkes Booth at Ford's theatre,
Washington, April 14, 1S05, and died
the following day, aged 50.
Andrew Johnson He died from a
stroke of paralysis July 31, 1S74, aged
The deaths ot Urant, uarneia ana
A Plea.sa.nt Lemon Drink.
never handled remedies that sell us well.
or that have given such universal satis
faction. We do not hesitate, to guaran-
them every time, and we staud repdy
to refund ihe purcuase price, n ausiac-
tnr'y results do not follow their use.
These remedies have won their ereat
popularity simply on their merits. T. F,
Kluttz & Co., druggists: i
The Mind Crop in North Carolina is
better than ever before. Branson.
Inflimmntory Hheumatlsm Is cured by P. P. V,
For Biliousness, Constipation and iia- I Prlcltly Ash .Poke Uooc and Poufwlum.) PayiL.
larin. take Lemou Elixir.
Fur Indigestion, Sick ana nervous
Headache, take Lemon Elixir.
For Sleeplessness, Nervousness and
.... t . t t.m! : -
Hearttauure, tane leraon j-iiAti.
For Fevers, Chills and Debility, talco
SiflSYILLE MARBLE WORK
! Is the Place to Got Monuments, Tombstones, &c -
A Urge stock' of VE'ltMSXTaHAiBBLE to arrive io a few days
satlsfacUou iu every respect and pi li vely win not, De unaersoia.
:i - .(JlTall ti'1 specialty -
i i C- B. WEBB,
'' -- aieaUon tne Watcb:a?j nea'jou write.-
but he's likely to be smitten with the
charms of Saddle next week, and with
th.e of Sue Timkins before Thanks
giving com s. Poor Polly Perkin-!
She's too nice a body to be trifled with
i i it ' '. ..i ..ii ii,.
i ana mane iue gest muu jrei wj. ii uic
! girls in this town."
And this was the popular view taken
of the situation, and some of the gos-
I guarantee sips .were not dilatory in saying so
much to Miss I'erkins. .Nevertheless,
she had faith in her affianced, and re
ceived the tattle of busy bodies without
allowing her good nature to become
ruffled for a moment.
"Whv." said she to a neighbor one
"Yaw. und nefore dese
asked Mr. Spieller.
"Sure." answered Mr. Jackson.
There was at this moment a little
flurry among the guests, during which
Mr. Spiel ler approached Polly and
said, "Miss Perkins, vill you shpeak
mit me in dot hallvay von minute?"
With her handkerchief to her eyes,
Polly arose and accompanied the gen
tleman to the hall.
"It worked splendidly, Polly dew'J t
he said, "and I reckon I've taught 'em j vjrjn y0i
a good lesson. There, now," and In- I The re
tore off his long hair and oushy wins
jlav, Vdoyou suppose I'm going to soakers and gave her a kiss that, but foi
..il. f -..wnwrti in -u rumcm- I T.otnrtn V.lixir
j VV kt oil Ladies, for natural and thorough or-
4eied oy an. ; ganio r,euialion, take Lemon Elixir.
"Golden Medical Discovery" cures Dr. Moziey's Lenaon Elixir will not
those diseases which come from blood fail you in any of the above named dls-
impurities scroluia ana scin aweasw, ensen, mi oi wu;u nj iiwm - .r-.
sores an 1 swellings. diseased Hver,sUmach,kidneysor bowel..
But does it? It s put up by tne inous- rreparea oniy oy ur. n. auwcj,
. n 1 A . i,.,..,lj ,,f !.,(. On WW. ini&1 hot t Irs at drucTBists.
illllls OI JjllllOUS, auU win niiimivu.i v ittiim, ui .. oa
thousands. Can it cureasweli a tnougn LEMON HOT DROP3
it had been compounded just for you. . i Cold? Hoarseness.
It.s makers say that thousands l peo- - T ;tU ' PllMlmonia
Hemorrhage and all throat and lung dis
eases. An elecantand reliable preparation.
25 cents at druggists. Prepared only
jby Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta, Ga.
tle who have had tetter and salt-rheum,
eczema and erysipelas, carbuncles and
aore eyes, thick neck and enlarged glands,
are well to-day because they used it.
Suppose that this is so. Suppose that
a quick-witted man was far-seeing enough
to know that to cleanse the blood was to
cleanse the life. Suppose that by many
experiments, and after many failures, he
discovered this golden key to health and
that his faith in it for you is so strong
that you can go to your druggist, buy a
hottle, and it it doesn't neip you, you
our money returned cneeriuny.
you try it?
e remedy to have faith in, is the
remedy the makers themselves hay3
Wha Bby vm stck, w pare her OutorU.
NVben efce vm a Chad, sha cried for Cutoria
flThea ihe became Miss, she eking to Castoria.
When she hod (Suldreo, e&e ga-d them Castoria ,
claim have bea-consulied, and to no purpose. A
a lust resort p illent uke P. P. P. uud geta well, -Hosts
ot certiaeates to tuts effect are ta posesrtou
of tlie manufacturers, anil will be suown on applk
cation. - -.
LIFE. HEALTH AN1 hTKENOTn.
apalachicola, Fla., Feb. 17, 168S.
Messas. L'ppman Hro8.. Savannah:
Dak sir.s1 will write to out Inform you taaj:
I wad afflicted wlta Bloai oiseane. i tnea one
bottle or and It cave me do relief. I was la
bed seven montns. I tnea prominent pojeicianiy
an l thpy could not do me any good. 1 saw your
alvenlStIO?Dl or V. r. r. in ine auciutuin.
T.men, and laougnt 1 wou.a try itr -j ne oottie i
got to-nlgat masea 6even or rigm, aou,.uu,
P . ... v. t t,njTrw Vr.. nr a x- nliKll.n
tbls If vomies.re. 1 Jijve lnfnned my mends that
P. P. P la lire. U3allU anu btrertgtn.
xi. r. KULUO.
P. P. 1. lfTtli? reatit bjo nl purifier of the &ge.
taebostof l.uuior n.ir.w ';t4. cures eve y 2isene
and bumor of t ne son, ?ca.p ad b;oMl, Tilu-ther
lt lilng, burning, s;aiy pimples, scioiuia or ncrc
dltary,wben all otber remedi-ls Jail.
An old Dhrslclan. retired from practice, having
had placed lathis bandd by an att India mission ary
the formula ot a simple veifetabieeraedy fr
the 8ieeay ana permanent ere oi uomsnmpuoi..
liroucaltls, Catanb. Asthma and all Tlirot m:
Lun Affectlcas, also a po&lilve-and radical cr.vu
for Ncrvoui Oeblltty and all Nervous complaitts.
after huvlug tested Its woudertul i-uratlv pown
tu tboa-iunds of C39es, has felt It bis duty to m
It known to hla suffering fellows. Actuated by thn
motive and a desire fcojelieve human buffering,
will send free of charge, to all who desire If, tb!,
recipe, la German. French or English, with full ct.
rectlons for preparing and using. Si nt by mir y
addressing with st:irnp, naming this paper, W. A,
Noyks, 820 Powers Ulocic, Uocbester, Y. 1S.I
Childrw Cry for Pitcher's jtoria.K