i .ifo n 'nrrrM f i ftrw
. Gatf ?llfi '01 atchimi p.:
'littv 4HMi .4 pf Ji
circulation thHu any jJaVer;puuuu-
y XjQ?iSl?.t ' a UiT" Fxict-are -both
. ?:?.'.,i'i:tt ratter aui
-- -- -. .....
,t l enht uaue . paper
bunday.l4t watlibroUfcb'y fried wiifc
.. nulk TV'lV
V r ,n.niu mi the way ot uujuat jrau-
,r. Hiri thujr ibe titir; eostof tUr
j.ciwi.ij. (i- ii tjptrjit, Vf, t iek :w bob
r4 ydut riat News. . .. .
t irj'fdgb'Ohrfejtmas-edaion few day
ngn, wnrcn was fuVt of-advertism jnd
rtHdittgjnatter, it . jems thai
uie Crai is outstrning those who kre
p iMiate'Ct. .vi.tii w a kmmei.
Ex Senator John
i. . . i i. ,.t k' wi! in" the city t.O''
ftigbt. Iii irter.y levy Jie said :
ruA'c .h jiarty-i now at the stage o;
js :;is?iH-y wh-e it is-witlibut : ieader--without
hope, and must start aiew
and build-'rtaelf up. ': "
A Ge -ryn couuiry jnt tor put th
old question in iew .shape, and says U
JEna Subscribers; "Brother, don t: sto
v.iir nnuer iust btcause voir don't agre
i:h the ediior. Tiie t last cabbage
ViVii l,r..ncrlit us didn't aree with
eitht r, bat ,wedidn,t drop you from out
h'hrouah 'the aeenevVof theTr.papei
;irist certain" Northeastern paper(wb(
SrU on tli- insideYtret the tlnfir - whit
'.jwpcr At1ialf" what Southern and VYes.
iern Dapers have to pay; ' Jobrstock i -
fi.ilrl film WAV. How toil 1Z Will. this '2
. i.n imfil n:irerH not on the inside Wlb
be ruined? . , - :
The Southern Stockman and Fanner,
a verv t iUflieii't uotpoli?iCai ajncul
Inral . paper pfibUsiied rat Harkvjll-,
M iss., w an, furctd J u ;Siispeu d i u d effn Ue
ly Ust wfkvOMringjoilfiC.K of tsuppor
.Wheat wiiUhe fiMinersJeafnii ppprt
papers that are published in their in
terest inlC o M5$n' UB rh&?
sheets ' t h hi urw pu bliphed i n Ne wiY erfc
or elsewhere? j ... U
. ,The fact that3l thir govrr nmen t has
Bdld golrilAit-i of ithe? treasury; to -i the
-fu he f m a fly ? thill ions; ah d t beni ssited
uni eret bear u g bonds buy v it back
again to p. interest von those-vsame
bonding-Well as the balance of the so
ralleu public debt, is'a sytem of finan
cial If gerdemain that sojn people -cal l
able financiering. ' Wexall it robbery,
for short. Torch Of Liberty.
ATTEND YOUE ALLIAHCE.
As soon as the holidays are ever there
should Ixisome active., Alliance ,work
done. Get ready foi f the January
county meetings. Bury all differences
nolitiiial or., otherwise, - and .start off
r)(jhtW l893v i ,The jSrstthingb do
fs toattefrdyofir Sub-Alliimce meetings.
We have reports from various parts of
;:iHe -StaW where good meettngS are be
iiifg iield. It is ;on1y n certain sections
yUat poHticsfafe iiterfereing;vr:Uh 'the
gtiipte progress ?of AljUcer,,work.
&h T.T; 5JTRI1?T " OBJECTS '
uWall Street wants no extra ssion 61
Congress," wnd other New York pape
arttxtraession. It, has been alleged
often that Wall streets controls Con-
r :pe?all iMaTie ny ifi J Ar H tra jjes;
,-on may-.' be" ; needed, though -many
doubt the necessity, and have no hopes
oi benefit from it if held. . ,Be as it
may we want to know why the wishes
of a-iew hundred men inWall street
re law ixri-his or anv other natter;
Look .lie the milhot s outside of (hi t
t. t vii. iiiiinu; uufiuc Ui 111. I
uhf (Kbecpnstilled abotit - this
A lM ErtRY.IHHTSTlTl 5
tiVffj !!.' ? i.i:, ".; -
uo her yer lsto-mh tora 'close.
If" has been au eventful one jn- manyi
is ip?pgr5. ;'fo wme it nas oeen a pr s-
p&rtws Benson,- to ottiers anything , tut
prosperous. It is tti : be hod-tbat thL
"f t 1 v-W-i. .-! ..:. 'f? vii'
. noJKWWfJvu 5 ooj-ervea a. tne prmer
, fdrsgllhe troubles and v trials of ; th
'r4 jiiuI tavu i urralnr roe
i beTi tothatChristuias ia. apt" a ? time
4oc frTvjttfM$Tesures.--- ".The 25th ' fs
the ainveiary--of the., greatest and
m ost Koleiw u vent in , sacred or . pro
fane hMtorv--th birth of.Christ. lAt---oTf.yXfv'f&i.
iVntct man "V wil
l e i;-sued Jiext week. A happy Chr.st-1
mas lo all our readers.
The lejrslatare jneete - Wedne -dsn
after the first Monday in Jauua;,
whteli is the first Wednesday thin yeu
-ijg tuw 4 ii day of-the month. A?
er an organization is dl-ctcl the bo.l.
t U a time and makes arrangements i or
Ife iriatiL-ration of the. Gorernpr an
ttier State officers. . C
m.vJM Times: Ci. -It. 15. Gienii.
f WiiUkni w)to -nale..'..Vich.. a.:;lri.-
:iaiit can vas.i all over North . Carolina
in the interest of candidates Clevelaiu.
aiid S erenson, will x a canduiat.
for District Attorney of Westen.
North Caroliruu The office is now l,A
by Charles Price, of Salisbury,
The Chronicle si$s d;ir'i;ig; the. prog--esof
a protracted .iiieetnig at Piney
Iro've church, Trap Il'ilK township,
Wilkes-countv a youirg minaniiti
iln dern, 8 daf-mute, professed
eligion and joined th" cl.urch, and this
wfought upon the b:()y"s;;i-td faltie;
that he, tooy was converted.
The cold wather north of here i
lriving tramps unis way, nt
The tupre vicious of the fraternity dt
iqt C?i6ie up. tnu but
from the residents 01
eh on t!te
ut some more UoVi'stly inclined fellows
riake straight. for p jice headquarters,
rspeciaily if "4hey' strike town about
dusikivamlnsk for a 'imht s lodgius? m
the, stati6nhou5e. They are invariable
accomodated tor locnea in uie station
neither steal nor burn for that night
?it least. Charlotte Neirs.
Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., of tin
Twentv-third Street church, still holds
the Sunday service in Association
Hall. During the last month nearlv
iis many have been turned away Irom I
;he hall for lack or room as have been
ble to find seats in it. Baptisms are
rVeouent and tl;e evening -after-meet-1
hgs are very interesting, conversion-
jeeuring at "every meeting. Thi
:hurch is greatly in need of a largei
nouse of wor.-hip in order to- accomo
date the numbers, that desir to bear
Pastor Dixon. Xeiv York Exami'tiei
One of the most terrible explosion
ver known in the history of the Stat
occurred at Red Springs Suturd
norning, at day break. The Toiler it
he engine house of the Rd Springs
Lumber and Railroad Company burst
tilling two negrres instantly, ao
wounding , two others so badly it i
t louizht neatn win ensue. - 1 ne ton ot
the.boiler weighing about 2,000 pund
was blown a quarter of a mile, and tin
round shook as if from a grp;it earth
quake. A large-'-portion of the build
ing was shivered to splinters bvtl
force of the explosion. The Joss i
12000 with u6 'iiisuraiice. Nam and
We regret to hear of the death
Mr. Willis 0. Wilson, of Williatm
township, who died about ten days ar
fter a protracted sickness. A' mos
brutal and coward'.y outrage was com
jnitted in tnis county two werKs ago.
- i i " i i i t
A" land of disguised men went at night
to the house of Mr Bryan Philips, of
Bear Ureek township, and took him
oqt in the woods and'cruelly whipped
V.i. t-tri il. l i. i r
nun. flen ine jvneners rocK iur
Philips out of hi3 house his father am'
family started to follow them, but wep
driven back with threats of bf ing shot.
The only reason that is supposed to
have instigated this high-banded out
rage is that Mr. Philips was suspected
ofhaving poisoned two horse? in tin
neighborhood which are supposed to
have died from poison. Chatham
: 'The funniest proposition of modern
times is that made in several town? in
this Statf? that the question, as to wh
dial I be postmaster under the next nd
..-.1 .1; 1 111 1
ininisiiauou ne semen oy a primary
election of all the Democrats
within the delivery of - the office. lm
agure the man 'who -can neither read
nor write and who does not get oiif
r.11 a i-i 1
iri-ier n year ana wno ' nas ro be per-1
uanea ami begged to vote the Demo-
jbratic tiflcet and finallv, bulf A
t,o the poles-at the last, election, and
.. . - rT-i
ferimn? into a host nlTTeA nrmnrr anA
kHImsr'the vote "of the leading hninv
f 1 r-. r - v t j -
men nnd dargest patron to the post-
othce ! This Won d he unirprsn snf.
frage gone to seed. The choice of a
ppstmaster is one TOf ; those - cases 1 n
which one man is entitled to have more
influence than another. To one man
:. J 't i j-j .. . . 1
ii- u--fsii r. maae any nmerenee wno ih
p6strhiste!F--:i-fo another it maketall the 1
ditlernce in the world.. The pot-
ofhee, primary . won t do. Charlotte
.. 1 he JLhailotte Observer savs that
rjears,ago a negro man named Walbice
was found de.idon the railroad track
near Davidson College. It was sup
posed he hud been run over and killed
k iK 1 ,
wj -.ne tirtiu. j coroner s inquest wns
held and the verdict was to that effect
rri - 1 i , ,1
auc neyru was nunea aim noimng wa-
thenthought of the matter. S veral
ujs suite ms reiai.o:-, wno i.ve . near
Zion c'lurch, received a li tter from a
wh te man by the name of Torrence
tormerly of, or near Davidson .College.
who went West shorllv afler the
anprus.M Kii ea D.y tne
i tl ; . '
.umittie rtiiu niaii ,wn'il
wKill,oml,u...A,.,lli.. j. ,1 k
ih tended -killing himself. Accomnnnv-
:K j i t r
ing his letter was one 'from. party
with whom he was living stating that
as soon as Torrence made the eonfes
ion he commit ted suicide by taking
laudanum. The murdered m;in was
he who killed Policeman Moran.
I CHldren Cry for PitcherY Castona;
in - . . I -v .'"'J tne roooers enterea mromm ine nper
train, statnur thsit. ha U.,A l-;il.AI. ...... - . r
lUi nns I:YOUK i'U-
1'hla Facts and Sharp, rithy Sajlne
from. Uefirm papers.,, . v
A.cxmr .14 a tn in :M C:uired v fairl
ood sense, it is said, that he ii . a;i & iL I
fo 'y. -Meicury - ' :
The prevalent disp'sitl' to favor "j
i .come tax i5 owing to Alliance teach.
n' -: .
.r - rv
l4V.iic thnnind little el
hihtren are Yv:
p rted an g-ing bieakfastless to schoo
very morning ju .bounon. .
D.,nt fail to attend the next meet
ing of your Alliance. Go prepared
.EiTerv amaiiceiiiHu twi .
con.-iteticv and moral ouiigaiiou
Virii'ia Sun. . ' -
We want m6rt' money in this couh
y in im ;.-
iry. ve cau prove uuvuj,
..ther fellows laesides
no Californian. .
The New York Herald
tjlat -VV;tll street wants. u& extra ; ses.
stun. v no na-i oeeu ; s
to the Herald. National
It is not one cent postage, but cheap-
er panis rnan . nai ueu vnt-, iho-ki
farmer wants. He can manage to pay
his postage bill at presenJ'raesH e.
other items ykorry hiuV-Fort WeVtli
Gaz.- r f'" Tot?3jnr: 9ii ft:
'GV)od road?, but ho bonds" louhV
the motto of every farmer ; who h'ay J (
a-teiiflt he numerous roaa cnventipn-
e being held '..Tm 'alt seclious ol
t - c,;Utrv.lowa Tribune.
Before the international . .monetary
conference ws held, Tile JEyk aidir
won d be a farce. Ptow.. that it is m,
s-ssion, the pres J throughout- the.xpuni.
trv calls it a farce. It is a great Uun:
him. buohomick Xjye-. r r .7
When one has a pain in tlreipead no
make him'" believe ' that
the heel. But 'we art
he pain is m
in politics than v
V e ma v puffer 01
.re in medicine
iccouut. of scarcity of money, and it i-
no tronlile for pbiiticiaps. to niake u-
believe that we are suffering ;'- m catiSi
r a tarnx or ioi me hick, ui n. x i-
gre.-sive Farmer, Mt. Vernon, 111.
Bold Safe lilowors.
Safe blowers got in some successful
work at King's Mountain oh the Airf
L ue road, List night, Ways the Charlotte. I
Mews. Ihev blew a sate open wit I'
dynamite and got away $2,000 in cash.
(vjirpenter Brothers conducted quiu
n extensive business in general jm r
handise in King's Mountain, and oi
UK lift 1 Ui -'Ul. i. uiuii u, n - iic
ii i -j a 4i .
r.ulro d hands are paid on, they g n-
i. i .r. '.i.1...; ,
raiiv nave a goqa neposir or caMi in
the safe in their store, so as to le able j
$ me .u'Ctt oi i lie iHiirO'Hi m.o.um. i
i. . i. . i i i- . i. .:i l l . .1.. i
When thev closed their ctore last nih- I
they had 2,000 m cash m their safe. I
Hiebulk ot the money le!ongcd to le -eok Ties'Hthdh Thousaiid different ar
irm, l ut. a mall portion of it was de icfes too"timoions to . metiti !i.
osit-vl hv ciitohn'rs 'for safe keeni'ii:, Come ti -see tiA:ail--we will do vou
HShortly after midnight a niah w!i() slept j
.ii a oiiiiamg aiijoinrng vaipent-T iro 5
ii ; i l . . i II 1
store "as awnkened "by nn exptosir
that r.iiriy hhooK
k the building. ' He
.oiild not divine the caitsev biit jVyat d
he -xplosi'in iii Carp Miter's store.'. He
-spent somct'me in getting a light, anr
when he eventually got into the ston
he t-afe blowers had st cifTed the mone-.
nd vanished with it. The store room
as filled with hTnoke and smelleci
trohgfy with the fumes of dynamite.1
Flie safe door had beeh torn from ith
hinges and lintled entirely" across the
room ov tne iorce or tne explosion. A
hole had been drilled in the door just
ibove the combination knob, and dy
namite was poured "through into the
nterior of the dt of in liberal qtiauti-
ies. The burglarseff-ctedanentrance
o the store by -boring a hide in tl e
ioor and removing a holt. The town
was alarmed and on the nioe within
ten minutes after the explosion, but
no trace of the burglars could be found.
I hey had vanished as. into thin air.
Besides the 2.G00 in canh, . they car
ried off si-lot of valuable japers, includ
ing land deeds. The papers and mon-
y nere in a drawer, and they . s'mply
pulled out the drawer and carried it
md its contents awaj.
I II 1 ' 1 ' 1 TI? t '
rtaieign visitor: we are plased
to learn tnat nnaw -. University. thi.
... . .. .
vreil known institution of learning foi
"-'.! 1 1
1 ne coorfia race-is in a most prosperous
I cuimiiiun, min as to me Iiumoer
students and in other respects.
A special to, the Charlotte Observer
savs airs. VVra il. Vanderbi t.
-ms tr - w-n ........
widow of the New york niillionaire.1
w . - -"
indMrs. S. E. Mitchell, awealthy
Isortliern lady living in Ashevilie,
have endowed the West "Ashville-
i raining Sciiool for Women and the
work already begun on the handsome
structure will be used. The institu
tion is intended as a, reformatory ' for
fallen women, among whom Mrs.
Mitchell has labored a great deal.
It is quite evident now that the
hre Of rsovember dUth, was not the
result of an jiccident, 'but that it was
the work of a set of thieves who are in
festing our city. Mr. George Brandt's
store was entered last Thursday night
in the same bold manner that Mr.
Rosenthal's was M01 d iy night, by the
plate glass win Jow bung hroktn,
the robbers entered through ihe
tute. 1 lie thieves must have been
.-K.,,ii;.,.. f,.n., i,.,if 1 - i,
1 1C ""'J '- ei"n
thev were discovered, a-, they had de
posited a large quantity of goods in th-
backyard reaily for carrying o2, bavin
pievhmsly opened the back dor f the
biJiding. Capt. J. D. McNe 11 in-
fcui u that the -committee apj o nted
to secure water-woiks lor this city have
closedJhe'co utrac with Messrs, Ferris
and K char s of Jersey city, N. J.---
! Fmjattsd t Olscncr.
V.ittd L-icei-sef r Girl of 13 ai
Lal of 18 Years
Yeter'ay ; morning a man nnd ;
id of I8yeiirrt entered the - register f
leeds and the former applied for a 1
.gn'se f or.blC j3 auhterwhom he sai
vr'as going,AImarrj Vthe uman" wit
inu.- "How old f is, v)Ur dauchcer t
vked:-Mr 'Gobb. y .'Thirt eve years,'
answered heMr. Cobb iaformed hin
thit he. could ht:; gi't'lueuve Us hi
daughter was under ae. "Can't get i
even if J;an;willingfor her to.m Try?
a-Ked tne sarprised tatner. "iMu, sir,
54i'd Mr. :C6J)br"Tvi cai't get a licens
for a child' to miirry. The youn.
2fea&&.CaiLot hs Cured
1 by: locali app'icaiians, as thov ::ina v
reach thet disBased ttorti Mi of the eni
l"fcl :'8 puiy .one way w
nd thit N -by -constitutional remedies
Dean ess. is caused by an infiametl condi
,iioi. of the mucous lining of the Eusta
rhiairTn Kj , When ibis tulo gets inflaui
.y.VQU -have a, rumbling houiuI or imper
rfect hearing, -ami when it i.R entirety cln
deafness is. the result, and unless the
!iliaMiiQH;t'auju( kmi, out aim . im
lube restored tfl i its normal ; condition,
hearing will bersdestrQyed forever; mm
eases. oUt of tenre.).causeo by catarrh
which ia nothing Jbutran inflamed condi
tjioajfif-ihe muerfai siirfeees.
j nVjWlivepntj hundred dollars for
any cae 04 ueanefcs,, causeu oy caiai 1 1
j hai. ciibnot be cured by Hal "a Catarrl
Cure.. bend for circulars free.
: ,,w . TP; JOHKNY & CO., Toledo, O
f f v
ySpld by Druggi.std, 75 cts, .
Do you catch the point?
Well if you do not, you will by read
ing the following lines and it wont
sting you either
We are now receiving- the big
le of SAMPLE SHOES ever
diown, includiugalmost every couceiv-
, , i , ,i I'. I.
i 'le style and quality. Also a big lin
. i-vuvir JJU111U1V)JJ
in ShawiJ, H2trv, Gloves-, Suspender -
good. Very Truly,
Ir -i irtir to ricse,
BURim Sample Shoe Srore,
near Stand Pipe,
-Salisbury, N. C,
The G re t
The Best and surest treatment on a-th
for $1.00. SohLonly by
Dr. J. B. ALEXWDEK
. 15 S. College St
, Charlotte, N.a
Harness and Collars.
..... Ani Dealers in
LEATHER AND SADDLERY
IN ALL' ITS BRANCHES.
IOHAKLOTTE, - - N. C
Mention tne Watchmnn.
For Ladies who will leave home tb's
isummer, we have provided many gooes
laud wares suitable for traveling or ute
at Seaside or Mountain.
BLAZER SUITS SKIRTS AND BLA
DRIVING AND RIDING GLOVES,
Waterpboof, Ovebgabments, Walk
ing Shoes, Trunks, Bags, Canvas
Telescopes, Grips, Etc.
receive "the most careful attention.
CASH with the order of $5.00 or
nor-,"we will deliver goods free (except)
Furniture and Crockery) to tno earest
express office or railroad station.
W. H. & 1 1 Tucker & Co,
Mention the .w-acamaij wacn jou wriu.
At inn SairmTpQ
vv n rv n r
Highest of all ia Leavening Power.
- 1859 :
ITavine oualif.ed as administrator upon the
estate of Genolia Miller, dee'd, all persons bav
ing claims ataiast said estate are ht-rcl.v noli-
Sed to present tbVm for pavmint on or before
t:ic 2Cth day of July, 1893, or this notice will
b ; pled in bar of their recovery. All persona
ndebted to said estnte are requested to make
immediate payment. J. W. TOW 1
Acnii i itli i.tcr.
THE GREY SCHOOL,
For Boys and Girls.
The next sessio u of this school wP.l begin
August 23d, 1892. and close May 20th, 1893,
making it possible for young raen to attend the
School the whole term and pet-home in time to
aid in working the crops. The work is thor
ough, the rates reasonable and the discipline
;nild but firm.' For further informatioii, write
.'or catalogue to ' -
II. A. GREY, Priucipal.
Huntcrsville N. C.
IH N'T READ THIS.
But go to Tuldins Book ?torc opposite
; he Central Hotel and you will rind -a
full line of Books, Books without iuiinbr.
Writing paper andEnvelop.es. Blank
Books, both common and fancy. Xmas
Boks for your "children. Novelties of
all kinds, Gold Tens, Pocket Knives
Photograph Albun s, Pictures, the latest
style of frames. .Just sueh things as you
will want to give your wife, daughter
and sweei heart for. Xmas present. We
carry a full line of Violia and Bab jo
firings, Music:.! liistrr.n.ents, toilets,
Secondhand School io,.ks, &e.
Say you saw this ad. ia the Watch
M Au when you call at Eddii.'s Book
store. . '
Savamiaii, Ga., April 1:6, lSh9
tt, ;., ,. it,,.,.,. 1,. ..I,.. ,.r
aim ruivin uci i
t'-u y.TKK:l hene.tiU from
the same, hs-.vh'g 4.-iim-l IL pour.ds in
weight in four , wet !;;;, I take -'i-t pleii.1?
11 re in recommend ir" h tr ur lorlunates
like Yours trnlv,
Oi'nce of J. !X. rIcK!:-ov.l)rimjrisi. )
OrUnda, Fla., April L),'UU1. j
Messrs. Ijippmnu Bros., Savannah, tia.:
Dear Sir. 1 sold three lxtt!e3 f P. P.
P., large size yesterday, and one bottle
small size to-day.
The P. P. P. cured my wife of rheuma
tism winter before last. lLcau.ehu.ck on
her the past winter, and a half hottle,
$1.00 size, relieved her aiiain,and she has
not had a svniptom since.
I sold a bottle of P. P. P, to a friend of
mine, one of hi? turkeys, a small one
took sick,and his wile gave it a leaspoou
ful, that was in the evening, and the lit
tle feltww turned over like, he was dead,
but next morning was up hollering and
well. Ycuio respectfully,
Savannah, Ga., 17, 1SD1.
Messrs. Lipjtman Bros., Savannah. Ga.:
Ie;'r Sirs I have suSU red from rheu
matism for n long time, and did not find t
1 cure until I found P. P. P.. which com-
nletely cured me. Yours trulv, j
ELIZA F. JONES, ,
10 Orange St., Savannah, Ga, J
Havin? qualitied as t xvi utor of the
la- - Da d Rodman. I win sell at public
auction, on the premises of theeaid de-
co iscl, ihe 1th dny of Decesnl er H92.
fo"c;w-h. the following proper v, to wit :
four h"ise wairfin, 1 one l;or.e wagon.
1 '"iry- t cart, 1 Fcrcw plate, 1 foot alz r.nd
ot'ifr tool?, 2 hurf-Rus, or.c with a be ok case
1 l;irLr corner cuphonr-l with s'n;tter
chaijs and other household furniture. Also 1,
large wash pot, 1 smiuie, 1 building with
h rse power c )inbirn:d. Al. o som5 corn and
hdv mi otficr articles too tedious to mention.
All persons having claims :iaiust said cs-
sa'.e must present tnem dulv nuttienticatea on
or before the 17th dar'of D- ccmbf r lS!.'3,ftnd
all persons indebted to said rstato will please
make prom X pnymcnt. Tlii? Nr.v. lTr!i" 1832.
Tlllil A. P R..SKMAN
Ex 1 '!'. id noseimui. Dec.
8ETJ0 FQH tSATALOSUE.
LAWN TENNIS. BASE BALL.
BQIfl-4 GIRLS' l J!. Mtij, Brke. End 0oaHa.tl3.8C
Olm. DLBIOPPFIKCaATICFUrtrtLlnt ttO...Krt OO.Oi
L.C. Smith HarrGiia. It (S.. 8 lb.. LUt KM30.0C
IDEAli 8IHGLB CU. It n., 10 la.. K 0.SC
IACHAB HasiarrUix. llm., 8 Ibo.. LUlf 50, Kt 33 Ol
E.C. MEACHAM ARMS CO.. ST.LC'JlUC
THE GREAT REMEDY
- FOS ALL BL0CD AND SKIN DISEASES -
Bac been thoroughly tested by em
inent phymcians tuid the propla
for to year, and uerer fails to
cure qulukjy and pprmaoently
SCB0FULA, ULCERS, ECZEMA,
RHEUMATISM, PIMPLES, ERUPTIONS,
and all nanner of FATING, SrREADIKO aad
RCTfNlSQ SORES. Invariably core the moat
loathsome blood dif:nw U directiona are fol
lowed. Price tl per bottle, bottles for (&. For
aaie by dnwviats.
8EHT FREE xro&fZvw.
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Latest IT. S. Gov't Report
. . . ,,S... , C.
COLtfMB US, GJl, ; ;; ; ;
Home Insurance Co
EHODES BBOW&E, WM. C. CQAET,
Assets, over $1,000,000,
A Home Company, seeking Home Patronage.
lESures 11 1 lasses of Eisks at lowest
adequate rates. Losses adjusted -;
and paid, prpmptly.
J. ALLEN BROWN. AGT
' n"otice. ;
Notice is. herebv given that T will
not be. responsible ".for! anv: debts or
Contracts that my Wlte, Mary 1. Hall,
mav mate, or assume any liability
she mnv incur. A. L. HXLL.
October 31, 1892.
( .11 TPS nil Famale CornDlainta and Jlonthly
irregularity, Lcucserrhor-a or Whites, Famui
Back or Sides, etreEgthens ths feeble, builda
tap the whole syslesi. It has cured thousand
and will cure you. Xhruggists have it. Seni
etamp for book.
DE. J. F. DS03GOOLE A CO., Lralfrlll Xj.
Brown, Weddington & Co,
Retail Hardware. .
We haye just received a large lot of one
oound hutter moulds, price 25ets. also
a large lot of oval and round Bread or
Dough rays. The celebratfed Swing
I Miry Churns, Cylinder, uud Dasher
Churns; all can be suited.
Tho- best assortment of Table am
Pocket Knives, Tablound. Tea Spoons in
too state. . ... ...
jsmss, ana roreei.nn jiued preserviog
wcities, nun at such lowprtces That uo
family need l;e uithout them.
A very large assortment 01 Tinware
1 ois, SKillets, Ovens and other bouse
We have the test C rress Tubs thai
lire on me ioarkct. nv -SfloUlil fon
throw away money on au old painted tub
when a small amount more will get
Call and See us when you want any
1 ning 111 our line.
BROWN, WEDDINGTON & CO..
29 East Trade tjt reet,
Charlotte, N. C.
. : 1 .-'.zr .
Is one of the issues of the campaign.
We are in the thickest of the fight with a first-class stock of
. r ' 8" luf
j than auywliere in the country.
tt 1 wt m
very cheap. .We undersell all
Before ; You Buy Your Gen
I have a
Which I am offering for sale. There is no
secret about.it fvi I advertise. - -
Oall and' see my Stock.
I pay the highest market price for country
l am selling BANNER FERTILIZER cheap
for cash or on time. Respectfully,
HiUiiic' Old Satnd liiiiUKf,. -:-SALISIiL'U
.-That- watch; clock or ynixe of jewelry
vhich you have laid away as uselej,
.111 be, repaired and made as good ...
.iew by ; k. :'. ' -' 'i
Having graduated at the Ijeat sclibol
or watchmakers in America, we d0
"iibt hesitate to offeria h;-ndsohie
Gold Watch Free I
6 the person whoa bring usawafen
:r clock which we are unable to repaid
; Those eyes-vhich have been givin,;'
vou trouble, or causiniJ- vnn
, - . - 0 j-- p.ou or
headache, - can' be properly fit with
glasses which will enable you to 8ce
perfect! yj arid at a price way below t e
traveling quaek or peddler
' Our line Of JEU'ELUY and SIT..-
v JJiii Ti n itili is the qmost complete in
Salisbury. Y' -itches were never 80
cheapVVe are showing a most benuV1"
tiful line. You will alwavs finf,,. a.
Look for the' blackest Jroiit iii tnw,
btep in, and we'll treU yott-whitec nl
Always yours to please, y
' REISNEE : GORMAN,
IS IT NAT RRTTRR
To have your printing don e
neatly, and in an attractive
manner, even if you have to
pay more for it?
Well, we do not charge any
more for our work, but guar
antee the fin eat work don e in
Salisbury, and as fine work
in our line, as can be done
any where. Our motto is :
Neat, Prompt, Accurate.
Call on us, look at mir sam
pi, nvur uur prices, ana be
convinced that what we say
is true. Very truly ,
WTnt(-limnn Toh nflw -
" mvtJ V"Cl, ,
E. B. SPRINGS & GO,
No. 14 N. College SW ' . .
CHARLOTTE,1- - - - N. c
To Alliqnccmen and all other
We desire to aiy that we art now
prepared for the Spring trade on .
We aire Agents for th Charlotte Oil
sind Fertiliser Co., ' And can gire low
prices as' well as i sell the best goods gold
in the Stale..
Our Fertilizers have given the beUat.
UfiMtion to all and we mean to kcp tbtrr
fully up te the standard. We have dtce
laruc business with the Sub-Alliunm ih
thb section, and would he glad torontinn
it. Remember that the S. C. ExpcriuifDt
Station -jave ub the highest graoc on Arid
Phosphate for tat yia,r th&t was t W in
that State. Also rein ember that tb K. C.
Experiment Station ives us tbe tnbest
grade on Ammoniatetl Fertilizers fold ia
t-his State last year.
Write for prices.
111 "tir Store lor T ALL btiUbb
We also carry a handsome line of
- - - .
ana u mbrellas
competitors. . ' ,