SUBSCRIPTION" RATES. , f
One year 'in advance. ... .1'.'. -$ I OQ
'Six xndnths. ... :;l . ...V .50
iThre montha -V.. -. ..... - -. -V
"Bnterod as second-class mail at Ballstrary, N; C.
THURSDAY, JULY !,, 1893.
r Where Is The Cash?
Theanraiiigiy wise men of Nejr
, York are discus-Mii; the q tstin t
where all the raueh neeii-iU money k
'Pkow huvi' ltiJcl tin hUiue on the trusk
companies, then on thrtavin bank,
Vvlieti itseenis tint they are just as ig
norant as to where it is sis the rest of
ps, who iloii't profess to know.
Jlolston, president of wtt op the trust
companies, in defense of his side of he
question, corne's very m arly telling the
.truth in' part as we Kee4t. He says:
of 'course, am better abb to
tell where the Hnilev is than others;
'hutlides the fraying hanks, 1 think
the only bbimahle people are private
individuate: I think that people are
.Imhliiig back their money from invest
Went tfnd klso from "banks; because of
'a general and vague alarm. Savings
'enrniruzs. and cash from nil sources is
'beinsr Hoarded and 'hidden; Much
in safety vaults, but f much in smal
amounts isecreted in place le he
'cure, but equally unaUyinable to bor
Vowers:" ' . - -
But; the able editor of the Netcs-Obieriei'-ChronicU,
is far nearer right
, than these woujd be wiseacre. His
. 'opinioe of what the trouble is, we
thtuk4s' about correci. Capt. Ashe
comments on the situation thusly:
. uIn accounting for the panic the
first jump these wiseacres ' in.fde was
Into the bramble bush of "distrust."
'Thev met to;e"tnei Ifke: the celebrated
Lonclon. tailors uml resolved. r They
VesoIveU that what was the matter was
'distrust of the currency." Those peo
ple have lotrflo team yet about hnan
rv- Thev are vouuir at the Allows.
They have no experience. Unhappily
fnr ud wa have had txnerience. Ve
have luid somewhat to do with bad
piirrencv;. We Have seen people with
w - - J - - ft
'currtney in h ii.d which they ' feared
was going to get worse, and they were
always in a fever to get rid of it.
' '"Th:tresoluters, ot Gotham have
"simnlv made lausrliiiijistocks of "them
selves in showing how ignorant they
... i r - mi
are of the Diiucioles ot nuance. ine
truth H t hey hav e sworn in thir heart
jthat the. silver act shall be repealed and
in their efforts- to accomplish their
purpose they expose themselves. Cur
rency lias become scarce not because ol
any distrust of it, but because of an
apprehension on the part of the hol
ders that if thy let it. go they might
not get it back wheti needed. It is be
lug boarded by the holders;" the Str
ings banks doubtless hoard it; the
State banks hoard it; the national
hanks hourd it, private pople hoard it.
It is hoaidedas the typical mier hoards
gold." In fact more so, lor it cannot be
bought with government bonds or any
thing else. --
HJertaihly the remedy is to Temovt
Jtbe caue. The da use :is, as We havf
said, a fear lest the owners can't gee it
back if they' once let it go. The rem
edy is to rebut thut pi sumption, to
Ibave facilities to Supply currency when
heeded. Had the ISew York banks
Taken out thirty millions of new circu
lation as soon as the demand for cur:
ency manifested itself, the movement
would hatre'lieen at once checked, and
ihere would have teen' no panic ' The
foolish wine. men of Gotham have got
the country into its present fix. They
are not the men for us to take counsel
with.'? ' L ' "
Later reports say that tlie guilt of
C. J. Miller, the negro murderer and
rapist of the llay sisters, is .established
beyond all question. jYnbther. report
jays that another negro has been ar-
rested at Milan, Lenn., who was an ac
complice of" Miller, and the one who
really committed the murder. If he
proves to be the man another lynch
ing is in prospect. The negroes ot
Bard well, Ky., have risen up in indig
nation over the hanging and burning
of Miller. The mayor of Bard well
telegraphed the mayor of Padu'cah,
Monday evening, reqiiesting the lrikn
of 100 Winchester' Hifles and 240
founds of ammunition. Beriou-s trou
pie is expected.
' V heat has - touched the lowest
price on record for forty vears, and
Quantities are nw being bought for
. Lurbpe. This is hard on the Yest.
The South also has some new wheat to
. sell, for we have raised more breadstuff
-this year than usual. But our chief
crop being cotton, which has been sold
and paid for, the bouth is not so much
affected by the present low prices as
the West, and wy are much better off,
VVhen the. inouey scare is ovfr., the
S vuth will go ahead on an n n parallel I
- ed Career of prosperity, withotthaving
h,ad .anv serioiis se Jack. 2eijrs Ob
server. .. " . .
s i y i -
A Mijouri editor says he m a
subscriber who gets drunk every little
while; and i?jsT8 on paying a jeur
subscription. He "nw has his paper. paid
in ailrancV.tip.to.102G. Ve wish the
-editor of tiiat paper wortldjindut what
itaw of whtskevthe ;ehoiw dnnks and
send us a few- gallons. We will pay
i im a good price for it, and if It proves
to le what he says, vrt take a barrel.
Montgomery Evening News: v, ,
A Wild Scene in a Country ChVci-
2f ew York Trlbuo. - -
The little Baptist church at Jericho. I
Li. I . was tne scue ouiwii"aicu
Sudday last which the memUrs will
ions; remember. In the course oi ine
nioruinsr services, JJharles Seaman, en-1
tri-tnc churcii in an inupjucaieu i-uin
d tion, and began to sing and dance m
me most rollicking manner. 1 JM sex-
ron, Mr. Streeter, left his pew, intend
ing to nut the offender out. : Seaman
at once landed his fist between t he
sexton's eyes-, pending hini to the fioor.
Seaman then jujnped.on his victim and
danced about the centre aisle.
A inomeut later heeiitereil the pul
pit aud gave awild yell. Then seizing
Pastor Thorjis Ky the throat, he jam
med his head against the wall, and be
gan to give him a s-jund drubbiit. The
parson screamed for help and begKl
for mercy. Deacon Titus went to the
parson's rescue and grappled with Sea
man. Seaman, however, dealt the
deacon a blow in the face that turned
the old man heels over head in the pul
pit. Seaman then threw th Bible,
desk and cfiairs at the congregation.
The wildest excitement prevailed. It
was with creat difiicnltv that the man
was overpowered and ejected from the
building. A warrant was sworn out
for his arrest. He is about twenty-five
years old, and the son ol wealthy par
ents. " -
A FEARFUL, FATAL TOSNADO.
Sweeps Over the State of Iowa.
Sioux City, la., July 7.A telegram
from Fonda states that five entire fam
ilies were blown away at Alta in a cy
clone but afuli listoMatalities cannot
be had. D. T. Miller is known to have
been killed. A Mrs. Gordon was kill
ed instantly b? the wreck of her house
aud nothing was found of a family of
seven. No trace can be found of Ed
ward SarKeaiit and family of five.
TIipv are supposed to be dead, Sam
Hersham, wife and children are miss
ing. Mrs. Hersham wus in contine
ment when the storm broke. All were
blown away and it is thought they are
Trains arriving from the East on the
Illinois Central came into Sioux Cit)
last night with all the glass in the cars
broken. Trainmen say they rai.
through a severe hall storm but en
countered no great winds.
At Quinby, a little town east of
Cherokee, many houses are reporter
wrecked and at leiist two persons are
known to have leen killed. They ar
Mrs. Allen Warburlou and Mrs. Moli
iieaiix. When the news can be had
from the country, it is expected thai
the loss of life will be found very
great, its tlie region through which the
cyclone passed is thickly populated.
THE DEAD YXD WOUNDED. -
Pomeroy, la., July 7. The result ol
the cyclone is 53 dead, 75 fatally . in
jured aud 150 with broken limbs, cuts
unor bruises tnore or less severe. ihe
tovyn of Pomeroy is one complete
wreck. There is scarcely a house left
About fifteen acres of debris cousti-
tute now what was yesterday a thriv.
ing village. Splinters are all that re
main, fecarceiy a tree remains. Piles
of broken timbers aud occasional pieces
of furniture are all that can be tound
of what was once one of the larire-t
buildings in the place. Two hundred
and fifty houses were in all destroyed
aud the money loss on these and then
contents isplacedat 200.000.
THE STOEMS DKAELT WORK.
Pomeroy, Iowa, July 8. Reports
from the line followed by the cyclone
indicate tnuL it started about one mile
west of Cherokee and followed closely
the line of the Illinois Central j.Uil
road, cutting a swath from one-fourth
to one-half a mile wide, and completely
demolishing evtry thing iu its path for
a distance of sixty miles, leaviug de:ith
and destruction everywhere.
At Pomeroy 208 1 esidences were
swept completely off the face of the
earth, and not aboaid is left. Haidly
a residence remaius untouched aud the
business portion of Pomeroy is so bad
ly wrecked that it can be said with
truth 'that Pomeroy is no more. The
carcasses of horses, cattle and hogs are
brting. cleared up from the rubbish to
day aud burned. It seems that as
many tatalilies resulted to those going
i ito cellars as those who fctaVed above
gr mnd. AK the churches in the city,
seven in number, are demolished, and
lib services will be held to-morrow.
All is sadness and gloom.
In some grim jest the wind had set
,tne one nearse in the - town to end
with tongue driven full length in the
ground; V agons were used and twentv
ot tne killed were interred yesterday.
i ue damage is estimated at 800,000
Will try a Living Burial!
Toledo. ().. July 0 Seymour, the
mind-reader, i to attempt the startl
ing test of being buried alive for three
months at Chicago after the manner of
EasETudians, who say they can sus
pend animation for an v period by swal
lowing ineir rongues and controlling
the heart an mind.
'"My coffin has gone on ahead " said
iur. oeymour. "it was made in byra
cuse, and is a fac-simile of the one in
which Geueral Grant's remains now
"I will he buried six feet deep in the
coffin. Signals wilLbe arranged so that
if things dout go right I can communi
cate with the soldiers on the outside
who will guard the grave. ,
! will not come back to earth until
September 24. I am positive thut 1
can do it, and the scientific men who
are assisting me to conduct the expef-
men are oeginning yy uiuk so too.
FOURTEEN FIREMEN KILLED.
: A Bcrning building at Chicago.
Chicago, liL, July 10. Fire was dis
covered in the tower of the big cold
storage- warehouse, near the Sixty
fourth street entrance of the World's
Fair, at l:50p. ni. While a large num
Ijer of the firemen were on the dome
of the building the flames burst out
below them and they were forced' to
jump to the roof ljelow, a distance of
abo.t 100 feet. A few minutes later
the tower fell upon the roof, crushing
it in and carrying into the burning
building a large nmnlier of firemen,
dead and alive. Among those carried
down by the tower were some who had
conw irpon the roof to help their com
panions who had fallen or jumped from
This all happened in the fight ol
twenty or thirty thousand visitors to
the fair. The excitemeut among them
No accurate estimate of the loss ol
life or money is as yet possible. Wildly
exaggerated stories as to the extent, of
the losses have gone abroad, rue
Marshal Mui ray reports fourteen fire
men killed, that two or three painters
at work in the tower could not possibly
have escaped and that several Colum
bian Guards, who joi tied in tlie effort
to extinguish the tire at its first npjear
ance, lost their lives. The financial
loss will probably exceed $500,000.
ihe coia srorae warelior.se was
destroyed. Its dimensions were 130x
"Zo0 feet. Ithiida massive tower ris
ing to an altitude of 200 feet. Th
place was outfitted with a complete
apparatus for the manufacture t ice,
cold storage, etc., and was on the
grounds s an exhibit. An artificial
ice rink iu the top story had just been
completed aud the place was usually
thronged with sight-seerv.
A Novel Burglar Trap.
Granada, Miss., Coricspondente iulladrlpbla
A widow by the name of Susannah
Dickion, heard noises in the kitchen
that madLher suspicious that then
was some one feloniously iuclined oi;
the premises; So she bethought her
self of a large wardiode, (dd-fashiouet.
iu make, and shut herself therein,
locking the door after her.
She could hear the men as the
rummaged the house, and their voice
in dispute in regard to the value of thi
object or that. At last they had col
looted everything they consiuerec
worthy carrying off, when, one of t!u
logues spied the wardrobe, and, start
ed toward it, followed closely by the
Mrs. Dickson, alarmed, gave ;
spring forward ainst the door to es-
cape, ner weignt causing ine ma s:v
old piece of furniture to fall tonvarci
on its frout, crushing beneath it twt
f the three advancing men, The oni
in the rear sprang back in time t(-
savehimself with the exception of th
;re.it te on tke left foot. The hour
f that was broken, however, and in
jured in such a manner as to maki
the wound a very painful and serious;
But this was nojhing as to what his
ompaniens had sustained. One lav al
though he were dead. He had been
struck on the head by a piece of tin
fretwork crowning the wardrobe,
while tiie other was piuiitd bmeath ii
firmly and held so by Mrs. DicksonV
weight. In about half an hour tht
rest of the house-hold returned home
and found the two men, one si ill un
conscious and the other pleading foi
A Father Saves his Little Laughter, hut
Is Himself Killed.
A ad accident occurred at Roval
ton, Ohio, by which a father, through
his devotion to his-child, lost his lite
James Kirkland, a meat dealer, 45
vears oid recently completed a Tei-
dence and moved into it with his wife
nnd 3-year-old daughter, Barbara, onlv
a few days ago.
His old house, a story and a hall
brick structure, on the same premises,
he decided to remove. The founda
tion had been undermined and Kirk
land saw his little girl standing where
she would be caught by the falling
He sprang toward her, throwing her
upon the ground, leaned over her aud
received the full force of the falling
bricks upon his head and back. The
little girl escaped without serious inju
ry, but the father was instantly killed.
Wo Evidence Against Him.
Cairo, 111 , July 10. It is now pretty
generally conceded, that C. J. Miller, of
Springfield, III., tbe mulatto that was
hanged, shot and cremated, at Bard well
Ky., Friday afternoon, was executed
upon the flimsiest circumstancial evi
dence, or probably no evidence at all,
for there was not one tangible thing
that connected him with the assault and
murder of the Itay sisters last Wednes
day mornin g
Information from a trustworthy source
at Wickcliffe is that telegrams had been
received there conGrmiu: Miller's sfn fo
ments as to where he was ifulv 4th nH
5th. Miller's story was that he vita nt
Bismark, Mo., the morning of July 5th
and no one has brought forward evi
dence to the contrary. A careful inqui
ry, has failed to disclose a single person
who will say positively that he saw Mil
ler at Bard well or even iu Carlisle coun
ty, that day.
Chattanooga, Tenn., July 7. David
Civender,a wealthy farmer, who Tues
day evening in the suburbs of Chatta
nooga, murdered R. H. Reed, was ar
rested yesterday in a, vacant room
wnerene was hiding. He acknowl -
"w " crimp, ana tne coroner s jury
;u",,u ' uoty implicating James
Irwm as an accessory. A dramuhV
scene ensued when the i?rav hlrA
fatiier of the Victim confronts iUa.
slayer of his son. A telephone mes-
sage says that Irwm was iil.nl a.,A 1
killed yesterday by Reed's brother near
meir nome in north Georgia. '
:; A movement is ou foot to repaint Sa
lem church this summer. ;
! Mr. T. C Tarker. of Greensboro, ar-
rived last Friday, and oueuetl whMd
here Monday, July 10th. . ,
ltev. l'rof. fehirey and dauirhter. Miss
Alma, paid the vicinity a fliug visit
last Saturday, prof. Shi rev is traveliuir
in the interests of North Carolina Col-
fege, ind,we.hope his ettbru may not be
Locke Township suudav school ron
yeutiou will be held4t Salem some lime
iu August.' SU.em htu aii avemge at
tendance of about 5 or more scholars,
and we believe this is the banner sun
day school iu the township,
A oeet was raised 111 our garden which
weighed 48 oz., aud measured 20 iache
iu circumference; also another 13 inches
long and 12 inches 1:1 curcumference.
Picnics are now in order : J. A. Burk
heud will have one In his grove the 27th
of this mouth. Briiur vour ratio us if vou
want any thing to eat.
Crops are t uttering very much from
the drought, borne farmers are through
laying by, and others will qu;t until it
raiu. L. V.
LIGHTKING'S DEADLY WORK
Two Children Killed Instantly. '
Special to the observer.
VVinslon, July 10. Luther and
John Viptnan, agiil respectively 17
and 10 years, were struck oy lightning
and killrd live uiihs w. ft of Viusiou
Satuiday evening. their sister, 0
years of age, was also knocked down
aud adiy tunm-d. The b.iys were
wo; king 111 a mea.low witn their father.
ot-einjr a storia conm- ui, the faiiier
told his children, two 3 m. and a d.mgh
1. i 1 . 1 . . 1
to '' uiaxer a larue tree near me
eo.; o the uie.idow until the rain was
over. They went, bu: j isi as the oldest
sou leaned up against me tree a keen
flush ot lightning came dow n the tree,
billing tlie t wo boys 41 p siuuuing ihe
sister. I'l.e 3'oungest son w-.m ul'iiui
three feet 1'imui thetiee whi'e the sister
siood jbout tix teer. :,way. The faiher
vas horrilied ivheu he went iut to the
trteand found the three children lying
ou 1 or? -luuuu. lie thought at hrst
that they were all killed. The daugh
ter aoo 11 regaitiid consciousness aud is
now thought to he out of
List 01 Jurors.
At the meeting of county commis
.ioi.ers, Monday, July 3rd, the follow
ing jurors were drawn for ihe August
term of Rowan Superior Court:
J. C Buiiu, Coiumbus A. Sioop, 11
Frank Rudacil, II. B. Ko,x, A. W.
Kluttz, J .1 Miller, W rTAIhright, OS
Le .z ir. Je-se 1". Ly rly, J no W. Jen
kins, B F Goodman, (i Luttier Lyerly,
Jas D. L.wieiice, Jno V Tiexltr, Juo
ll Carson, ilibi.s .. Ketchie, Win A
CampUdl, lu v Glhs Turner, Jas
il 13oSfM;ll, JlllillS A JL:tVI. Halo., (j
Henry Brown. Cl ri-tian Bnngle, 1J
Calvin Cauble. George F "Cori: lisou,
JUilllS C lil.i.iio.fl". V liiiaui C-.lUde.
James F Liu ah, A. M. Clover. Wo; hi
Cioweii, If A li.i.m, C. L. iJiHAii,
J. Frank l'..: ks. J is H Jenkins, John
J Wiiheliu, A. V. Lent., Janus V
Haul on tue l'ursoti. Just after the
i:lM:e of 1'eirwil.e, in (),lolei, li'AY
Dr. S..V;tg- , ,
ti one of his
.-troiig Uuu.n ni..n, wa-
IJ'jOllitlllellts to b:i)t:Ze
S.nne ciiiH"ci.. li.e. e w a a llg.
cowd, ai;d a si un'i v Souihem uiaiioij
nrougnt iiei iour i.h:.(.i-n io t ie . I . t r.
'Name tuis child' aid tlie Union
preachei". 1 -ying his In ml on the boy'.
Ue..d. "Sim . n IJoiivar ii.ick uer." was
the lvply, w hich caused a smile t.M'Oiiii
over tin-conivg.ii ion iu toe braVi-
preacher went on with his duty.
Name thiscuild, takinir the next in
order. Pierre Gustave Tout ant Beau
regard," was tlie answer, and the smile
4icw ijitu a snigger, while Dr. S.ivage
:'. me red in the face. lie baptized
the young nanipsake of the greai
engineer ft idler, and went on with the
ceremony. "Name this one'lie gasped,
teaching for li.e third. "A. bel t Sidney
Johnston,' came the answer. The smile
became audible, and Hie preacher apo
plectic. Heaving' a sigh of relief, h
00k the fourth child, a little girl,
whose gender he fondly supposed
would preclude a continuation of heroic
reproduction, aud said; "Name thi
child." -'"Mary Stonewall Jackson Lee
came thel response that set the con
gregation in a roar, while the Union
parson thought he had held in his arms
the whole Southern Confederacy.
Raleigh, N. C, July 7. A short
while sine Rey. Dr. Tupper.
President ot bhaw University in
this city, sustained an injury to a tot
which produced blood poison. Dr.
Tupper went North for treatment ano
had to undergo ti c amputation of a
f-ot iu hope- tt arrest the disease.
Saice then he has not improved, and
there is is a rumor prevailing here this
morning that it will be necessary to
cut off his leg. It is feared by his
friends that his physical condition can
not stand the strain. Dr. Tupper has
for many years done much service in
the liue of colored education, and his
loss would le a sad one to the institu
tion with which he is connected.
Cincinnati, 0., July 10. About
5:15 yesterday afternoon a Chesapeake
and Ohio excursion, with ovr GOO peo
ple aboard, ran iuto an open switch at
Newport, Ky., and collided with
freight train loaded with stone and
coal. Albert L ing, of Covington, Ky..
wns killed, and several ot hers seriously
injured. It is thought some vandal
deliberately opened the switch. The
! Chesapeake aud Ohio are
1 . 1
Plmnioa KioL-!,ona mnaa ri-i
tan and sunburn removed bv Johnson's
fiental SoaP- Medicinal. Sld hy Ed-
wm uuu utnereii, fcaiisbury, jn. u
I SHdrcn Cry for Pitcher's' CastonV
Wednesday morning a section hand
named John Roberts wa.s thrown
from a gondola arid killed. The train
was on t he Airline track near Morrow V
mill shifting back and forth while the
hands were nn loading gravel and bal
1 1st. Roberts was standing hear the
rear-when the t-ar .wis suddenly jerked
forwanl hy the engine. Roberts fell
oat backwards over the end board.
His head, with the whole force of his
body,behiud it, struck squarely 5on aJ
crosstie. ur. bloan was called and
found that the man's neck 'was brokeu
close np to the skull. There was also'
a large cut and probably a fractnre on
top of the head. Roberts had si family
at Sowell and his body was sent home
i m mediately Shelby' Kerieir.
Richmond, Ind., July 10, A Pan
handle train struck a buggy contain
ing Mrs. John Ganz and her children,
Jun and Mary, at Rich's Crossing,
last evening. All three were killed
and bull v mutilated.
It is stated that there are about 500
abandoned farms 111 the State of Rhode
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1 1 1
ease, ana ill Older io cure 11 vou must
lake interiM' remedies. Hail's Ctarrl
v'u're is tiiken internally, and acls i.h
rectly on the Mood and mucous sur
faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not
(luack medicine. It was prescribed b
me of (he ljet physicians in thi
country for tears, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
bloodpurifiiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what
produces such wonderful lesults in
unng catarrh, bend for testimonials
fn e. F. J. Cheney & Co., Props..
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Having qualified as Executors upon
the estate of George Lyerly, deceased,
all persons having claims against daid es
tate are hereby notified to present them
to us ur payment on or before the 8th
day ot July 181)4, or this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery.
AH persons indebted to said estate are
hereby requested to make prompt aud
immediate sett lenient.
G. L. Lyerly, ) ,
. H. A. Lyerly, Exe"trs.
Lke b. Overman, Atty.
juiy Mil, iu.
Land For Sale !
One-hundred and twentv acres of cood
farming land containing good meadow
and orchard lying within two (2) mile
of New London, Stanly county. 1'rice
$500; terms $200 cash, balance in three
J. W. Cannon,
m. 25 2m. Concord, X. C.
DR. B0BT. L. RAMSAY
Salisbury N. C.
6-Oflice hours 9 . tn. to .r p. m.
IN NATURE'S OWN WAY.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO INVESTIGATE.
A 40-figr J'amfUIei MAILED
FK'EE msh fplicatit. .
ATLANTIC ELECTROPOISE CO.
1 40 5 New York Ave.. Washington. D. C.
J. RHODES SHOWN, President.
WM. C. CO All?, Secretary.
Insures all Ends of Projerty iX Lowest Adequate Ratd
all LUootS FkumPTLY ADJUl
General Insurance gency of J. Allen Brown,
W tr Vain ;m1 Fisher Strot. I'i, sti
THE SUMMER SHOE
huch ;i Viirictv
and ("iiiidreirs. Co'i!
lit to wear. AH fee', .-iiid
all pocket books ulike e; s Iv sniti-rl.
We are ;ilso receiving a few 1;.!! xli es
for those that want luavy weights.
Come to see us, for we are in li.c sjioe
business bigyer thau Ever.
. W. 4!L'i'r A C( ).
Life Insurance Company,
AMZI DODI), I'i:esiii:xt.
Assets (market valm- - - ? is. !":!:. '27. or,
iSCBl'LL'B (Mass. ISt.iinLml, -I pen t ) $.:,. i:.!7:i2.oo
WAR RATED SILVERWARE
TO TOR 2 5 YEARS.
The pieces of Sterling
ver lulalU ut the poiuta
I rest prevent any
as xuucli Silver as in Stand
than light Ro id Silver nl
uut oiic-liall Uie coal.
Each article la stamped
E. STERLING-INLAID tE.
Accept no substitute.
Mao Okly by The Holmes & EowAaos &lveh Co
I i c Sid By The OipEe-
liable Jew ders,
J. & II. H OR AH.
Main St., Salisbury, N. G.
Needing & tonic, or children who wtot bnild
ink up, should take
BROWN'S lllOS BITTERS.
It Is pleasant ; cures Malaria, Indigestion,
Biliousness, Liver Complaint and Neuralgia.
If you ' feel weak
and all worn out take
BROrTN S IRON BITTERS,
ms . I
-v 4"vp h
' coco y
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1G BETTER MADE
-03V. Call and cxaniineAnalvsi
TtD AND SATISFACTORILY SETTLED,
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prMnipi :.-i. i qniial)!:-sottlcmiMit offliij
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mini .11 .lol-ain in llSj.fs hi nee organ
ii'.n in - ' . .
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Insist Hitler oi Pia.
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Ve Tir.PC p0Sl-.fi E r,..v. .. .-,nT- for
t'loiyn-il. ptjwt ri'ci nnj Vn:.f'. .t; n;;..i.tMnlf0: '
.r i la ericoe. Iirg( 1 wuu jc., Sue. su.M,
-JO'SSOWS OJHNTAU SOAP.
SlBdicaled and Toilet. The Orwit Skin Curtnl
raot Hecii tifier. Ladie will fin.l it tmmt
tfoiicste auil highly perfumed Tuilrt 8op m
I'iio n,ai l:6!. It is abcoiuto'y pure Hi ktt Iki
slvin o?t and vivety nnd rotore tho hX com
pTexicn; i lu-ary fur tliu Bath hr Infnuth
It aliij s it:hine( cieari?3 thorcalp nnJ piastM
Lac i'rovvtii of lidir. trlcoXc lor 6Wj by --
lis Yoe Hoi
y l .(....,: ,,. 1 1, i...,.i ......... w.f !n tKi
StHto. Ciif i i' viiii cnii iret air the oll
ut'W, liaiive anil foreign viiiietiw
fniiis. ilardv Onwunental Flowerml
Shrubs, Kvrtrri'ti"is and" Kvetjinrtt
Shrubs, Shade a ml Ornamental trert,
lioM S all kinds and colors.
The linest olkction in-the South, tb
finest varieties gathered as thev areljo
all pai ls ol" the ulobe. Our lo'w pnci
lirst-cTass fick enable tveryboiiy
beautify their homes, andMITake h510
t he inQt pleasant place on earth. I0" 1
delay orderiiiir your nursery .slock ft
fall delivery. Your order elicited'
H. R. Varner.
J. VAN, LINDLEY. Prop'r.
POMONA HILL NUESEBIES,
CAN MAKE MONJt
BY OLTAIXI5TG BUUSCRIBWtSTOE
The Scuttern States.
. - .1 .iiiif
It is a beautifully lllustrateu -""
majraziufi devoted to. the PoulJi. I
full of intere t for every resident of i
South and ouht to be iu ev;ry boutner
Svsrybody Can Accra it
us it costs only $1.50 per yer or 15ceW.
Svr a :n41e copy. . .
We Want n Apent in Every fotbf
Cit Town. Write for suaip'eP
ies'and particulars to the
JI A X V FA CT t'lt KR' KECOBP I'V
' Baltimore. Md.
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