J. W. IfcSENZIS, Slit?? and Pr 'r
One year in advance-.----.---.. $1.00
Six months. . -. . . .50
hree pontes ..-.IV-V.. .. . ;j23
Katflrod as secoad-cl&u mall at Salisbury, N. C.
THpjDAY," JUNE, 15, 1893.
Jit Jtiasme to be a fact jthat Wall
Street, New York, thp great stumb
ling block to ouf Tenantry's jfijoances.
An auUiQity on this subject says, We
Jpeliere truly, that "tyusines? .w.ould be
piore healthy and move along more
smoothly if the gamblers on Wall
Pteet ,wqre wipe4 out of existence."
i thajt .deceit jpen no lopger
trade on tyii street, which is now con
Jt rolled )j a gangf fghoulsund bucca
neer as'unprmcijpd a? are the option
peculators who monopolize and man
ipulate the produce markets. is in
deed ij$ie for the honest invester and
producer to rake common cause with
he farmers against these two class s
pt avaricious gamblers, who ''tort not
neither do they spin non-prod ucei s
who fatten and become ricu on the
Ijonest labor and capital of their bet
ters, to bptji of vybjeh they are stran
ge" 4. Colorado -man, named Packer,
has been (conyicted ojf man-eating.
Packer anJ seven companions left
(51 1 LakejUty fi 1872 on a prospect
ing tour through Colorado. Two of
he party ppn in nnother direction,'
Rearing Packer and the five unfortu
nates together. The partv soon ran
out of victuals and Packer slew his
yjnpanjions while pepy one night,
and feasted on the remains until he
could get out of the country. The
jury brought in ve verdicts, on which
yjudge Qeary senienced Packer to state
prison eight years on each count, or
forty years in all.
The rjal of iiss Lizzie Borden, for
the murder of her father and step
mother, some months ago, at ie.w
Bedford, Mass., is now on, and has
J?een in progress or the past two
weeks. The telegrams report increas
ed interest as the trial progresses.
New points in the evidence againt her
make n.w very uncertain as to what
jthe yerdiet ot ttye jury jkyjH be. The
rial seenig to progress very slowly a'ud
t may be a .couple of weeks yet before
phe erdipt js reached.
Quite exciting scenes are Teported
from yVashington during the, coro
per's investigation of the Ford s Thea
tre disaster. Monday a mob threaten
ed to lynch Col Ainiworth, chief of
he Record and Pension division,
whom they .accuse of being responsi
ble for the presence of the clerks in
he old bnjldpg when it collapsed.
Jy the cool, prompt interference of
ph oncers t lie ejecited crwd was kept
jit bay untij the coroner adjourned the
juquest for the day. They are try nig
jtpnd qup where the responsibility
yeasts for the apparent shameful neglir
gence that caused tjie Joss of so many
WilsonN. C., June 10, 1893.
The trial of Drake, the negro rapist,
was concluded yesterday, and although
ie was ably defended by HessrsC. B.
Aycock and Yarboro, who endeavored
o prove mistaken identity, the jury
f$?r a shqrt discussion of the facjts, re
turned a yerdict of Jguilty, and this
morning Drake was sentenced to , be
hanged July 21st, 1893. This wjll hs
the first hanging that has occurred in
Wilson county ii tliiify years.
The whjteman Amerson, who kill
ed Frank Howard a few months ago,
was required to give a bond of $2,500
for his'appearance at the next term of
Vilson. Superior Court, and three
bondsmen justified at once, and he was
According bear-say evidence, the
finding of the Court will probably be
iuUale homicide, as ,he was on two
Occasions assaulted, by Howard. The
defendant kwill dead self-defence.
. S. Counsel for defendant Drake
have filed an appeal to the Supreme
Uour on copceptious. yVjiraington
Concord Standard says the
chain gang system of road-working in
Cabarrus, starred ' as an experiment,
has resulted in greatly improving the
roads flf tlje pQunty, an4 is a success.
The fishing is represented as very
fine at Morehead City now. Theew-
bern Journal says that one day last
week Mr. aijd Mrs. J. C. Watkins, of
JLiret nsboro, caught J03 bpanish mack
erel t Jjere n Jwp, pours.
7- mi - . '
Willie C. Drake, Jr;, aged 31, and
son of Mai. W. C. Drake, superintend
aentpipuoiic instruction or warren
:ognty,was drowned Sunday n lioa
loke river while lathing witty a num
jer of othfer young nen, '
Winstojj Is sending out circulars
asking farmers not to bring their to
bacco to that market, as they are pot
jn a condition to buy;
Washington, ' JqTie20 The reporM
Virrtalrltur nff nf ft dnrel between Col.
aul R Resins and Ar. Harry lartin, pords o!(i theatre, the three story build
snafer Vance's stepson, jubli4ied 711", ing in Wa,-hiugtou Cityi' in which Liu-
niAum'nn n'jrur id rtanniindFtf H.S 8.! '1 . . J l I a.A Trillin''
a morning paper.
nnvifc rrnpl fti'd tin
7"T, V i ico,n
became "a ware before 0 o'jcloclc of the
coutiiyance tp cic.ula,te the pory,
where it was possible, and did what I
culd to discredit it in iny correMMi
dence. It is believed hat it was the
worklof one person, ajtjiongh others,
willinglv or uiiwillinglv. aided.
Bateigb,June 10. Col. W. H. S.
Bargwyn, mentioned a.s the second to
Gol. Paul B. Means in the p.oposed
duel with IJaryuMartui, arrive! here
to-day from Washington. He declar
ed that he never heard a word.of any
difficulty between the alleged princi
nals and says he will not he Col.
Mean secJiiU ana Knows Doming
whatever of. the affair.
tiie details of the fake story.
c . . a:
This is the imngipative story above
referred to as it was sent out from
"Washington,. June 9. Senators
Vance and Ransom, of. North Carolina,
stonned a duel which was to have be en
louirht leteen Alexandria and Mt. Ver
r.on this morning between' the former s
slepsoVi (HarryMartin), whose escapa
des at the White House and elsewhere
have given him notoriety, and Col.
Paul Mean?, counsel for the Rich
mond and D.mville at Concord, N. C.
Disputing with Senator Vance about
the Concord iostomce on a railway car
in North Carolina recently, in the
presence of Mrs. Vance andHarry
Martin, Means used insulting and pro
fane language. Believing this to be a
gross offense to his mother, young
Martin ''challenged. Means accepted,
and seconds weie appointed, who ar
ranged for Xhe duel to be fought at
daybreak this morning.
Means arrived at Alexandria in a
special car yesterday. Vance and Ran
som getting wind of it, notified the
sheriff -of Alexandria county, who
turned back Martin and his second? as
they came over to Long Bridge at 1
o'clock this morning. Correspondent
Rutherford ton, June 12. Col. A.
G. Logan, who was hurl last week by
a falling sash, died this 'morning at.
10 o'clock. Deceased was about 80
years old and was a man held in high
esteem by all who knew him. He had
lived in this county all his life, and
had filled several positions of honor
and trust with credit. He will be
buried at Brittain church to-morrow.
Granville Miller, a colored man liv
ing about two miles west of town,
came in town this morning, listed his
taxes, went home and died immsdiately.
He had. been in perfect healt h "
A little girl ot Dr. E. B. Harris had
a narrow escape from being killed
Saturday. She was riding with her
"grandfather, Dr. S. W, Harris, who
got out of the buggy for something.
The horse started to run and dragged
the doctor some distance, but got loose
and ran at full speed, throwing the
little girl out and bruising herslightly.
He then ran into the gate, completely
demolishing the gate and the buggy.
The doctor was also slightly hurt.
An odd case is on trial at Hillsboro.
Captain Ramsay sues a man named
Cheek for writing a letter saying that
Ramsay had killed two Federal officers,
this being intended to injure Ram
say's chance for office. Ramsay sues
Cheek for $10,000 damages.
San Francisco is the banner city for
saloons, declared the New Orleans
Picayune. It hasJone bugIi institution
to. every 93 persons. Albany, N. Y.,
comes next with one to every 110 per
sons, and JNew Urleans one to every
Judge Arnold has decided in Penn
sylvan ia that a married woman who
gave a note in payment of her bus
band's debts -is responsible therefor.
The amount of precious metals that
goes into the gold and silversmith's arts
enormous. Europe consumes up
ward of $24,000,000 wort h of gold and
silver annually for plate, jewelry and
Last week we received a notice from
a postmaster of a vilage in an adjoin-
g county that one or our "subsenb
s" refused to take his paper out of
the office for the reason that "be don't
want it any more." It took the old
sinner a long'time to get tired of it,
tor since lb b we have received noth
ing from him but promise. Won't
St. Peter have pleasure slamminsr the
gatas of Heaven in that fellow's face?
Sine Sine, N. Y.. June 12 John
Osmond, who some time aero murdered
nts wite and her alleged paramour,
was electrocuted this morning. There
was no sensation; everything passed
Osmond was killed in the-midst of a
Stung to Death,
A Lynchburg, a-, special says:
Sunday morning (Jeorge Hogan, living
atLyuch's station, while waiting for
his wife to get ready to go to church,
noticed that one of his beehives was
swarming, and went into the yard for
the purpose of catching the swarm
and hiving it. The bees were full of
light andas soon as Hogan walked
neara largtj n amber attacked him and
he wasstnng jh many places about the
head, eyes and nose, lis was carried
into the house and a phvsician sum
moned, but before the doctor came he
expired in great agouy. IJogan was
thirty-three yers of age and had been
in the employ of the H. D. Railroad
for a-n umber of years. 'At the time of
his death he was conductor n
A Terrible Disaster,
About 10 o'clock last Friday rocroin?,
was assassinated, collapsed, killin
nty-lhreeaud wounding .more tnan
fifty clerks, employed by the reeorti
'branch of the War Department. The
wreck is due directly to diggiuj; a cellar
uuder the building for the purpose of
putting in an erectric plant, although
l he structure was in a dilapidated con
dition, and has' been considered uusafe
Tlifl third lloor fell t-
tirst, carrying with it the second and
first floors and ' tuning iu the debris
many of t he .00 clerks employed there.
Fortunately only the forward half of the
floors gave way, the outer edges and
one end of the floors remaining intact.
The walla did not fall. All the hospi
tals in the city were utilized iu caring
for the injured, and scores of physicians
voluuteered their seryic.es for relieving
Iair-breadth escapes narrated by the
sui vivers were numerous and thrilling.
The third floor gave way without warn
ing, causing the other floors to fall, and
giving the unfortunate victims no cuauce
among the- killed although a number
were employed iu the LuiMing. Mr. C.
It. Owen and Thomas Jones, .son of Dr.
I. W. Jones, both of th)s county, were in
the building at the time. Mr. Owen es
caped uninjured. Mr. Jones was hurt,
but not seriously.
""The Government is strongly censured
for its cricaiual negligence in attending
to repairing the building or securing
another, the building being condemned
r !. J :.i
1U laSo as unsaie ior ueposiung even
pension records, eto. Two other Gov
ernment buildings, the printing oflice
and the Winder building annex of the
War Department, each containing more
people than were caged in Ford's theatre
death trap, are iu an equally dangerous
condition, and. should bo abandoned at
once. The Government will doubtless
have some heavy damages to pay in this
matter, which it should justly pay.
Rogers Clothing Co. are making a Big
Special Offer this week, in order to close
out some of their stock. See their new
The Pomona Hill Nurseries wish
you to make your Home Pleasant, by
beautifying it with their ornamental
flowers, shrubs, fruits, etc.
E. W. Burt & Co. are still iu the Lead
on Sample Shoes. Try them.
Plain Figu'-estell the tale that Wyatt's
Bargain Temple is the place to go to get
General Merchandise cheap. See ad.
Eo'Yorf Heed a Teacher?
The Teachers' Bureau ot the North
Carolina Teachers' Assembly desires- in
formation irooi school boards, school
officials, principals and others concern
ing vacancies in schools to be filled this
year. We can supply highly recom
mended and efficient N. C. teachers for
all grades of work from the college to
country school. The only charge made
to members of the Teachers' Assembly
who desire us to obtaiu positions for
them is 25 cents to cover cost of postage.
No charge is made to employers. If
you need a teacher write to us.
Edward E. Bkitton,
Cnairmau Teachers' Bureau,
Koxbi.ro, N. C.
P. S. The North Carolina Teachers'
Assembly meets at Morehead City, N. C,
June 20 to July 4, 18i)3. During that
time address ail commuuicatious there.
A Fatal Fire in New York.
New York June 13 A six-story
building filled with "sweater shops,"
Nos. 10 and 12 Montgomery street,
caught fire at 3-30 o'clock this morn
ing, and in the mad rush to the street
of 250 souls working there at the
time, three were killed and several
At the near-by hospitals twelve peo
ple were treated for injuries received at
th fire. It is said that two of the in
jured will die. It was reported at 11
o'clock that two more bodies had been
The blaze started on the first floor
and in a f-.;Y minutes the flames shot
up as far as the third and fourth
floors. Then a panic follou-ed. Two
hundred and fifty people rushed to the
fire escapes in front of the building
and fought like demons. All were tiht
ing for good places on the fire escapes.
Suddenly the flames burst like a rock
et from the second and third floors
and leaped out nearly across the street.
liiere was no longer any fighting
on tUe lire escapes, reon e nonrwl
through the manholes like wax ; thev
fell on each others' heads as they came
A ladder from the first fire escape
had not yet been lowered and people
began to jump from the balcony to
the pavement. The first whs a large
woman. She fell on the iron railing
and rolled over dead. A man jumped
farther into the street. His head struck
the pavement, his skull was crushed
and he never moved, A second man
followed, struck on his head, but did
not die immediately. A young girl
was the fourth to leap out. She fell
on her side. Several jumped into po
lice olfieers trms and were not hurt.
The Citizen says 140 stone cutters are
now at work on Vanderbilt's palace
A correspondent furnishes us with
this: Mr Alec Crook was at his spring
h few days ago and saw a large bull
frog swallow a livechicken. Mr Crook
killed the frog and the chicken hop
ed oat alive. From the Monroe En
quirer. r- , FOR DYSPEPSIA,
laoigcstlon. and Stomach disorder?. tcVo
BKOWA-S IRON BTER&f"
AH dealers kcc? it, SI per tttle. Genuine has
trade-raws 5 croasea red lines oa ap "
A North Carolinian Honored.
A telegram received here yesterday -cs the sudden .death of Leigh B, Page,
pyening froij Milwaukee, announced 1 Richmond, one oLthe most promi
that Mr. Marsden BeJIamy, the well :eni bivvy ers in Virginia.
known lawyer of this ciiv was yestpr?
day morning unanimously electjed Su
preme Dictator of the Ktiights of
Honor of the United SUite and Cana
da. Mr. Bellamy is the first native
Southerner eyer elected to this distin
guished position in this order and it is,
therefore, quite an honor to him and a
compliment to. the South. The salary
which attaches tc the omce is $8.y00
per milium, ana Dy common consent
the Supreme Dictator is given two
terms. Mr. Bellamy's headquarters
will le in VViluiington.rWiliuington
Cholera ia Turkey.
Rpports from several cities of Asiat
ic Tin key say that the cholera has
appeared in many districts, and is
spreading rapidly. '
Along the lower Tigris and the shat-el-Arab
River people are dying by
thousands. Whole villages have been
deserted by those fleeing from the
i The panic has become so crrent that
few families wait to bury their dead or
even to muse their !ii:k. bnl flee t.i the
next towns to escape the infection.
The fugitive- from stricken towns
ure spreading the epidemic with appal
ling rapidity. Letters from Bassora
City say that 70.000 persons have fled
from Bassora province alone. Depos
A few days ago a Mr. Corn married
Miss Wheat, in one of the fashionable
churches. The choir sang "What
shall the harvest be," when a kid in
t he gallery yelled out 'nubbins." and
was put out of the house. Ark. Ga
zette. Newborn Journal: The Beaufort
Herald telU of n black turtle weigh
ing between 1.800 and 2.000 pounds
that was recently caught near Cape
Lockout. It took 15 men to pull it
out of the water, and 8 to turn it over
on its back after landing. Old fisher
men tell that turfles larger than this
Lave been caught. vH this shore. This
species of turtle is not fit to eat. This
one was fried to get the oil, which is
Mr. S. Willkowsky has just return
ed from a business trip to Randolph
county and according to his accounts
the poor house, there is something of a
museum : (1.) lie was told by .relia
ble citizens that it has as an inmate a
creature, which to all appearances is
half dog ami half man. He (or it )
goes on ;ill fours and has the face of a
dog but the body of a man. (2.) Not
long u;:o u citizen of the county was
ordered by the commissioners to the
poor house. The officer's fee for the
delivery of an inmate at that institu
tion is This genius look himself
there and then made out a bill against
the county for $2 in his own favor:
"County of R-tndolph, doe John Smith
for delivering self to the poor house,
S2." Charlotte Ohserver.
A cablegram from Paris, dated June
9th,sas: "James Gordon lien net, pro
prietor of tht New York Herald, was
dangerously injured Wednesday. Mr.
Bennett, fell from a coach on which he
was riding, and wjis so severely hurt
that medical attention at once was re
quired. Mr. Hennett's condition is de
The name of the new German Am
bassador to Hohington is Sauerma-
Je'dsch. If Sauernia Jeldsch hailed
from Georgia wouldn't the New York
Sun revel and have a sweet time ?
lJink bolts might then be retired to
obsc u rit 3'.
Five deat lis from a disease of a cho'e
raic ni'tur, occurred yesterday htCelte,
in the Departmemt of Herault, France,
a place with considerable coastwise and
foreign tn.de, in which the choleraic
disease had already been reported.
A Dresden, Tenn. dispatch says: Ira
Pumas, a vouncr colored man. was
lynched Wednesday niht at Gleason, a
railwav station nine miles east of Dres
den, for assaulting the daughter of a
farmer living two miles from this vil
lage. He made a full confession.
A Columbia. III., dispatch says': Six
masked men held up the New Orleans
express on the Mobile & Ohio Railroad
at r orest. Lawn, eight miles north of
here, at 9 o'clock last, night, and robbed
the Express car of $10,000 in cash and
valuables worth a large amount. The
robbery did not occupy over twenty
minutes. A large posse is now-in
pursuit of the bandits.
This is a new South, but it has not
forgotten, nor does it propose to for
get, the heroes of the old South. For
that reason, appropriate honors were
yielded to the memory of Jefferson
Davis and Alexander H. Stephens.
The lack of the slightest trace of
bloofl stain upon the person of Lizzie
Borden, after the murder of her par
ents, has been puzzling the lawvers,"
but the rrosecution will contend be
fore the iurv that she stripped entire
lV'naked before committing each mnr-
der. and after washing off what lit
tie blood might have bespattered her
and throwing the water out of her
window, again enrobed in the same
.111 tn it
cioiues she wore oeiore tne crime
The latest news in regard fo cholera
raging in Mecca is that , sixty deaths
from the disease occurred in that city
on the 8th inst.
Children Cry for Pitcher's CastcrisJ
1 4 telegram from Ch iea??o aniinnn.
A special from Greenville, g. C.
says two white men, in Pickens coun
ty, who had been in the habit of vjsit-,
nil colored women, were waylaid bv
Whjte Cap?' who were white women
in disgui.se, and were terribly flogged.
Among the live
curiosities at the
Shetland pony, so
are made from a
World's Pair is u
small that its shoes
Postmaster-peneral Bissell must
have struck a pretty foul nest in ihe
Iansas City pastotSce, where sixteen
employes, including three heads of de
partments, were beheaded at one
swoop, and others suspended. Some of
the plerks ha I hypothecated their sala
ries two or more rimes, and a regular
ring had been formed to swindle mon
As was anticipated, the Republican
State -Convention which met in Colum
bus, Ohio. Thursday, renominated Gov
ernor McKinley for Governor. v "
All Druggists recommend Japanese
Liver Pellets for constipation mid sick
headache. Small, mihl, easy to take.
50 pills 25 ceuts. Sold by Edwin Cuther
ell, Salisbury, N. C.
A serious fire broke out last week in
the Fuente Coal Mines, four miles
from Eagle Pass, Texas, which are
situated in Mexico just across the line.
Sixty men were at work ner the air
shaft at the time, and when the fire
was extinguished it was found that 20
of them had perished, the rest having
been able to escape through the main
shaft before their means of escape was
The Big Falls Cotton Mills, of Big
Falls, N. C, J. H. Harden & Co., the
fashion breeding stud stock farm. J. H.
Harden, proprietor; Leroy King & Co..
J. D. Kernodle, f Graham, N. C and
Junius H. Harden, of Big Falls, N. C,
have each filed deeds of assignment
with J. L. Scott, Jr., and Jacob A.
Long as trustees. The Big Falls Cot
ton Mills makes no preferences and
Junius Hr Harden, who was at the
head of the other business houses,
makes no preferences in his individual
assignment, not even reserving the
exemptions allowed by law.
E. Nulty of St. Paul, Minn., writes:
"Was confined to bed for 3 weeks, doc
tors could do me no good; Japanese Pile
Cure eutirelv cured me." Sold by FA
wiu Cutherell, Salisbury, N. C.
Here is another loud call for a coun
ty convict system. Eli RichanUon,
who was convicted of n misdemeanor
last week in court, was hired out to a
farmer. Mr. Gus Voss, to work out his
fine. Eli went lnune with him but
the work did not suit him and he left,
coming back to the jail last night
where he said he had rather remain
than work. There is no law to keep
him on Voss' farm. There is nothing
to do but feed him and the county
foots the bill ! Greensboro lieenrd.
S"nator Vance is now at his home.
Gombroon, iu lluncombe county, su
perintending his farm work, and 's
said to be in xery good health. He
will remain there with his family un
til the extra session of Congress meets.
All Druggists recommend Johnson's
Oriental Soap for j11 skin and scalp dis
eases. Try it. Sold by Edwin Cuther
cll, Salisbury, N. C
Statk of Ohio, City of Toledo, "1 ss.
Leers Colxty. j
Frank J. Chkney makes o;ith that he is the
senior partner of the linn of F.J. Ca k.nky & Co..
doii) hustness in the City of Toledo. Couiitv
ar.d State aforesaid, 'ami that said nimi will
!.-:y the sum of ONK ilUNbllKl) DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarkh that can
not he cured by the use of Hall's Cataurh
FRANK J. CIIKXEV.
Sworn to hefore- me and suhscrihed in my
presence, this Ctii day of December, A. 1).
A. W. CJLKASO.V.
Hall's ('atarrh Cure is takon internally and
acts uirectly on the hlocu ami mucous sur'aces
of the svstoni. tieinl for testimonial?, free.
f. j. chi:xp:v k. co., Tok-io, o.
BfiSolJ by Drujrgist?. 75c.
Land For Salo !
One-hundred acres of good farm ins
land containing good meadow and or
chard lying within two (2) miles of Lon
don, Stanly county. Price $500; terms
$200 cash, balance in three years.
J. V. Cannon,
m.25 2m. Coucord, N. C
DR. K0BT. L. RAItlSAY
Salisbury N. C.
j"-Office hours 9 a. ra. to 5 . ra.
In Great Variety at
T. F. YOUN&'S STORE.
FINE DRESS GOODS, CAR
PETS, MATTINGS Etc.,
As low as can be bought any where
SOME SPECIAL BAEGAIS.
Agent for the -
Standard Sewing Machine,
The best on the market. Took diploma
Salisbury Fair last tail.
fSHdren Cry for Pitcher's Castor
JJELH0DES BROW, President,
WM. C. COAilT, Secretary.
Insures all Kinds of Property at Lowest -AdequateBates.
ALL LOSSES PROMPTLY ADJUSTECAND SATISFACTORILY SETTLED,
General Insurance Agency of J7 Allen Brown.
W. Cor. Main and Fisher Street?, Vp Stairs.
Casli capitdl ...
surplus as regards J'ollcj -homers...: ..
The "GUARDIAN" has the
paid up capital of any coiiipuuy
world doin; a hie business.
The HiUAKDIAX'S" recoul for
prompt nnd equitabieelilcmeul cf claims
is unsurpassed. ll;s paid ovi-r lve:ily
. : 1 1 : i 1 1 i . "
uiiuion dollars m losses since
tiou ia 1821.
J. M. PUTOU,
General Insurance Agent,
Instant Killjrcf Pai.i.
JntornaS &rd Eto?riR:!.
Cures KJlEtTJi ATISM, SUttAl
GIA, Jiue ISn:( Kr.T si'a-';. i'ruis'is,
iCHAMIT iiisim tly. Chotora Mor-
6"J'-WM1'ir'rooj.lipUi:-ria, Sor Throat,
2swtniiAi)ACiii;, u if t7suwric
THw MfnF PP.&n Esppcally prepare for
the most Powerful and I'oriotrati-!,: .ir.imoiitJ.jr Mm
or Beaut ta existeuco. Iartra ti si - j ."c, bUo iSc
JOHWSOJVS ORIENTAL SOAP.
Modicntod and Toil&t. The O rr-ni f. it n C u ro and
Fcoe Boautiftor. Ladles vi'tl fnd is e ruop;
delicate and highly perVinneJ Toilet Soap czi
the market. Itia obftoiutoiy pure. Mnfcrn tao
skin soft and velvotj1"'! nwtoreg tb lt corn
cloxiont i luiary for tJath Cor Stfrknta
It aluTH ltchlnjrt tloanses ttioonip l prouiJKni
tS.VLISHL'UY, N. C,
Life Insurance Company,
AMZf DODD, rKi:nKXT.
Asskts (market value)
SCBl'LCS ( .Muss. Staiit!;;nl,
4 'V r u '
EXAMINE ttejerfecteft POLICY.
Clear, Brief, Just, Liberal.
Al-TEIl SECOND YEAR
No Restriction on Residence or
Occupation, Ko Forfeiture
in Case of Lapse,
CASH LOANS MADE UP TO ONE
HALF OF THE RESERVE ON
Xo Stockholder All li-ofjts go to J'olinholrf'rt.
BEST CONTRACT EVER Oi l EliEU.
J. M. Patton, Agent.
is a good
out, and if
you need a
or w a t c h
be sure to
tro to t h e
J. & II. IIORAII.
J ihK you
5 v aU: 1) e s,
-jrjir. clocks, or
mfFm ieiv.-lrv to
.mmUmm I rewair.
h, sure to.
65W g'J to lhet
B ETTER M A DP
- - X AS 1
IN THE .LEAD !
Is just v.-lijre our Sample Shoes are, in
qualify, low jiriies and sales to )rov
it. Tirjse whahave tried them know
r his' to hf lrtKj. Yon who have not
'ive;i them a 'ri d iuive only to do so
!i; oid.-r to I'h n v intd (f the ahovt
st;itMii' nt, as well. as tlie testiiuom' of
Yery tin I v.
ii. w. iiuiiT & co.
I it : -ouize t lie largest "nursery in the
."-'lati'j u iu re j'oti can j:et all the old sTixl
ku, ii;.tiv' ami iiureign varieties of
!Viu;s. Jl.iidy -Ornamental Flowering
."Jln-'ul s U crrreens and-- KverL'iceu
:nd Ornamental trten.
K'-( .S;i!l kil (I.s ;uul Colors.
"i '.jo iitii'st cullcction in the PoUi, tho
i'.iu si v.; i ii . t it's j:atherel a.s tfiey are from
ill ji::n--(f the L;io'.;e. Our low )iic(,
'i.-.-i-r!:i-s .-tof'i enable everybody to
iie.ititii'y their homes, and make home
th'iiiO-t pleasant pl iee on earth. Don't
(leiay ordei'i.'ir your nursery stock for
lall (h livery. ' Your orders solicited."
- H. B. Varner, Agent.
J. VAN, LI2JDLF.Y. PropV.
POMONA BILL 'NURSERIES,
POMONA, N. O.
CAN MAKE MONEY
i!Y CliTAINIXfi SULSClUBFItB TOi4
The Southern States.
It i3 a beautifully illustrated noatkly
magazine devoted to the South. It
full of iuteret for every resident of Xh
South and ouht to be iu every Southern
Everybody .Can Afcrd it -
as it costs only i.50 per year or 15 cents
fur a single" copy.
We Want an Agent in Every Southern
City and Town. Write for bain pie t,0P"
ies'and particulars to the
Manufactlkekh' KECORD-Tru. -Co.,
i7iUA,-t---'-" ....... ,i u
If you feel weak
and all wornut take
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
' " Jill. :"
itrlr.lm Urmn Tlnmn
ri f H ? ri 1 1 1 1 1 H
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