J. W. McKENZIE, Ed'r and Prop'r.
One vear in advance 1.00
months . ... . .
Entered as second-class mall ai Salisbury, X. C.
TJIURSDAY.August 24, 1893.
GIVE yS FREE SILVER.
The Recorder believe that the time
. . 'i . ' .
.has come when the will ot the people
must be uiforced alike u a Coupes?
a'uJ the I'reMdeur, ami the mints of th
United Stales he thrown oyra to tht
five-coinage of silvei. -
I he nrtancMi una uusine-w miuhuu:
- U kdmitteilly b'r.(l. There is no need t
x :iii?era' e it. 1 1 in i iz h t ).Ki worse. 1 1
7" - -
v ill become wore, nnich worse, unle
CongiWnnd IVesident Cleveland cai:
geftogether and relievo the existing
commercial congestion by prompt aud
The Pretident adtuils ia his recent
nisssage that the repeal of the silver
purchase iiw of 1890 will not fully
meet the .exigencies of xmr situation.
It is confessed on all -liana's" that to
simply Repeal the bhernian act and
stop there will not leave our currencj
' "upon a Batisfactory basis, or provide
for a afe and sufficient circulating
V' The business of the country cannot
be done upon a purely gold bai.
rlhere igloo much business to be done
itnd too little gold to do it with, tp
justify the experiment- of a currency
'batted wholly on one metal, and that
one the scarcer and dearer of the vb.
The total disfranchisement of silver as
'a "money metal, which seem to be the
nim of the gold extremist at Wash
ington, means a violent and ruinou
contraction of values.. ....The mere
hreat of it has already given the tirst;
harp twist to the screws of contrac
tion. . !
To persist in the total elimination!
of silver from our currency is uiatlnes.
The lei.d of the gold moiionietulists
has been followed far enough. . It is
time to call a bait and demand that
silver shaft be put back in the place it
held for eighty years, from the forma
tion of the' Movent men t to 1873, and
oe niiiue again one or me two ..main
pillars of the A ineiicait system of cur
rency and coinage.
It is evident that his party in Con
gress i not fully with the President
and will not act upon his initiative un
less Ih; will assent to a provision by
which silver shall be retained as a part
ner with gold on a just and fair ratio
in ir.e metallic oasis or a nation s mon
ey. Congress is not ready and willing
to repeal the act of 1SU0 until the
give his assent to a new law-based on
.bimetallic principles restoring silver as
a money metal and re-eslabhshing the
This is the perilous feature of the
situation at Washington. If the Pres
ident and Congress cautiot h.trmouize
their views and act together without
loug debate and delay, the crisis
through whieh the lrul
C7 . J iuuvioi
t - - t -
of the country are pasing must and
will grow more acute. Is there any
way of bringing them together? Only
as the Recorder thinks, by putting such
a pressure of public opinion upon them
both as will compel them to meet on
middle ground 'and take decisive ac-'
The Presfdent is not justified in ask
ing for the unconditional repeal of the
pr.sent silver law. To postpone the
'definite readjustment f our currency
laws, leuvmg silver deinonet zed and its
ue as a standard money metal wholly
prohibited, would in the Recorder's
. ivv-n'iuuc u iiuanciai anu
busiues catastrophe compared with
. which all past pVuics would seem to
have beeinnere bugaboos.
- Absolute "gold monometallism ' spell
Ituiu, universal and 'unsparing ruin,
lor the peopje of this country.
CougVess- U rfht in demmdiug se
cuntie for the silver ulready coined
und representad in our paper circula-
tiou, and a guarantee for the nernia
. . .. . . -
neut retention of both metals and the
historic double standard, at a ratio to
be bxed with a due regard to the.exist
ing conditions of tlnf currencies and
coinages of the world. Congress i stands
ior uie American people m this mat
ter. It is iheir dearest interest which
jtjs defending" iii defeudmg their con
stitutional enrrency g6ld and silver.
The single gold standard has never
been sanctioned or desired by the peo
ple of t hi country. Tbeix will ha
been over and over again exDressed In
the contrary at every electron and in
every Congress for sixteen years pat.
Their determination that silver shall
not be outlawed at the mints has been
clearly and forcibly shqwn by over
whelming lu'itj iritis iq bqth branches
wi wnis. it never wa -stronger
than if is today." V r
The clamor of the money-changers
th; usurers and thettt-cfc gamblers, in
spired by:.! he English tnfloence that
raamre irom liombad Met and wnicn
lep went the organized jrApp'tj$t the
worm, nas not Mi a ken tliejaim oi up
Ara.'rican masses one iota in the hones-
tr. the iusiice. Ihe'fai'rnrfl!. aod. above
all, the vital ue-e?sity of maintaining
silver side by ide with gold hi their
nati nal money j'rstemr
T.iere may have been af change in
the relative measuring values of the
two metals. That hafc often occurred
in t le Cour-e ot history, 3,vt tha
cha tize whatever it mar be. can he
correcte! bv a tdiaiie in the ratio ot
coinage from the presentJIO to I, art
10 or even 2 ) to 1. It rfoes aot justify
the Lital aUdition of ilvrr r a stand-
ird money metal. Englaud wjreportcd
o be at this moment exchanging gold
for Indian silver on tht basis f 23 to
1, showing that even the gold standard
country recognises that ilvr posgeses
an exchangeable yalue with gold at
KJtije ratio that can be fixed. And we
may be sure that the Bank' of England
in fixing it at 22 to 1, has been as un
fair to silver and a partial to gold as it
iias dared to be.
The Recorder earnestly calls for a
general expression of the popular will
loud mid clear and general enough to
make the President and Congress un
derstand that the people demnnd im
mediate relief from the stifling and
stagnating currency conditions from
which they are now aufferiHg, and thai
while they want the act of lSj&O re
pealed, they also want the free jcoiunge
of silver restored at such new ratio as
the wisdom of Congress may see fit to
The iponey power has spoken for
gold monometallism, and Mr. Clwe-
and teems to be iu its executive echo.
Now let the people be heard and Mr.
Jlevelaud be clearly informed that
Congress, and not he, represents the
national will on this matter of admit-
ing siler as well as gold to the mint.
Gen. Grant once said, speaking from
the same chair now fillti) jy Ir.
Cleveland; "I hare no nolier to en-
iree against the will of tle people."
He Recorder recommends AJr. Cleve-
aud to adopt the same attitude on this
money question, for it is the only one
that is worthy of nn American Presi
dent. Congress ji the repository of the
people s law making power, and it cor
rect ly represents them iu resisting tjje
single gold standard crusade, ft whoxe
head MK Cleveljind has apparently
placed himself, lie can do the nation
no better service at this grave crisis in
its financial and business history than
to yield gracefully and say with Grant:
"I have no policy to euforce against
the will of the people.'1
It is f t he ery first importance that
the present state of affairs should ppt
be long continued. Uusinens is pp
numlnd in eveiy branch, currency and
coiuare alike in hiding, exchange is
difficult to iffect for want of money to
do it with, perfectly sound banks are
embarrassed themselves and cannot
give ordinary accom mod t ions to their
depositors, trade is clogged and bni
pered-at every turn, mills and work
shops are closing in Urge numbers, and
eveu the most solvent and flourishing
firms find it hard to draw on their de
posited moneys in such form as fo
meet their weekly pay rolls in the
This is the situation, and it is not
improving but growing worse with
every day s delay t Washington.
13..d as is, it would become infinitely
worse if Congress wre to yield to the
single gold standard movement and
aurretiuer the Cause of wlvtr. Such a
surrender would mean disaster to all
elates except the vultures that always
flesh thir beaks deepest and gorge
themselves fullest on a fiald thatjs
strewn with therictims f a tast com
mercial and industrial calamity. The
merchaut and the manufacturer, tl)e
big business man and the small trades
man, tlm great mass alike of employers
and employed, the professional man,
he brain-worker, and, more than all
;he laborer and the wge-earner in
every occupation, will H be drawn
down together in the Yortex of con
traction if silter is outlawed.
To make gold the sole standard and
ih only currency is to diminish the
volume of otir mouey by one-half. This
is contraction; and contraction means
the complete paralysis of all enterprises
theater collaps of credit, the com
plete prostration of trade from New
York to California, and the consign
ment of myiards of working people
m every city andSUU in the Union
to idleuess and starvation.
The Recorder pleads with all its
power that the whirlpool of contrac
tion may not be opened. president
Cleveland and Congress ifiust get fp
gether and prefect it tfte people must
raise their Yoices nqw atd VJemqd
their own sal vatiqn,. f tilre,r be ml
restored quickly fcj free ftqa be
most ontl'jLstit man nnnnl .nU 1
lions of unemployed, wageless men,
with their wires and ; children ? crying
fir bread that cannot le earned for
them, will be hard to reason with. ; But
they will have to b reasoned with if
silver is outlawed from the mints. An..
it wiU be idle to tell them that it was;
thouglft best to starve them in order
to place the country on the same gold
sUiMlard footing as Euaiid. . j
1 lepra 1 the ac t of 1800, readmit gib
yer to free coinage at a new and reason
able ratio, and do it quickly. That.
and nothing less than that, will put
the busines of the country firmly on
its feet again, give new heart to capi
tal, new hope to labor, and restore
good times throughout the laud.
If this be not done and the anti-silver
madness prevail, the pro.M.erity ol
the countiy cannot be recalled, and i'.
peace will soon be in a serious peril.
New Tork Recorder.
A HVMBITO AND A FfiAUD.
Ihe members of the Teachers' As
sembly Woild a Fair party gytten up
by Lugeneti. Harrell. are making verv
grave charges against fWrell, ayuig
that he is a fraud and humbug -that
he failed to fulfill his promise to the
party, cheating them out of a large
part of their money. If these report
are true and we believe thov are
Uarrell deserves far more than the era
sure of the victims from whom he
stole hard earnings. We give the fol
lowing clippinfs from the Durham
received by it with reference to Har
Office of John T. Perkinn, Attorney and
Counselor at Law, No. 1 Brick liow.
Mono anton, N. C., Aug 10, 18i3.
The Educator Co: My aitentiou
haabeeu specially called to iii ariicle in
your paper, of August loih, tiskiug per
sous who were ou this Teachers' Assem
bly World's Fair trip to drop you a eard
either verifyiug or denyiug the tiuih ot
tuteiueuts alleged iu the'iurhaui Sun'
article. I haveuot seen the Su
therefore write you the plain laets of the
Air. Uarrell not only pnb!Uhcd ciicu
lara all over the Slate, ing as you cite
will pay all Hie ueewtoary Xpcuscs
orthe trip, including railroad hue to
Chicago aud return, with meals oa the
jouraey, room aud meals for seven dab
iu Chicago, lour admissions to tlie expi
itiou aud twenty street car fan;M hut
he upecially contracted iu said circular
that aid would include u re;uru In
Waahinglou City with a day's siop oci
thero. When he iwstpouetl iJi i,, UI
til August lt, h'n scui out u circinar .na
lug "the advance payment oft 10 hereto
fore made, has beeu applied to hotel ac
commodalions inChicajjo," and calling
for the balance, $, saying, ".u, rcccipi
of the amouul u railroad ncLwt will be
scut direct to you, and the balance will
oe applied to your other expenses of llu.
trip while in Chicago." Un the faith ol
this representation as the material iu-
lv uc j.nj mem, many person&
myself among them, paid K. G. Harre.l
He theu went tickets returning via
Ciuciuuati and Lynchburg (.same route
we weul) iu fraud of bis agreemeut to re
turn by Washington. meals were
furnished by him on auy trains as per hia
agreement. At 22.d sireet in Cnugu,
llurrell ffi. li iv..;.. i . i...
t.iU, uti me uuriy was
left to go to the Alhambra hotel iis own
way from 18th a. reel. Mr. ilanvli paid
j uuuiu ui, me A.inamra, in
stead of 'seven days' lirst-class board anu
lodging in Chicago" as per his 'contract,
aud the proprietors promp;ly notified iht
party that each must pay tho balance,
aud when informed by some of the
teaoher' party they would leave, claimed
the balance of seven day' board, eveu il
they did leave.
Alter publishing circulars that Kaleigh,
Goldaboro, Greensboro. Durham, AjsIic
ville and Salisbury were the assembling
points, aud that for the fcjy tickets would
be sent ffoin auy of these points "good
on any traiuthat will take you to 1U1
eigh by 7 a m., or Greeiuboro by 10 a m ,
August 1st." Mr. Hariell tried to claim
oft each member, iu addition, the fare
from this station to Greensboro. It is
the worst expose of this fraud to do Mi.
Harrell the justice to sny that when any
of the party weut to him aud gave him
iO imersmud that they meant business,
a ijr. Kelly and others did, and that he
ha4ittopay,hedidiay their hotel bill in
full, aud did settlelwii h some iu proior
Mo to the stress brought to bear on hi.
Yiew qf the expediency and policy of so
doing. But wheu asked by a large
crowd of the party, iu Chicago, to fcettlc
and sliow the figures, he refused, said he
had made hia figures before he left home
aa4 had none to make, and while I am
informed that he huhed some oh the
way home, I am reliably informed that
fbere were many who neer got one cent
I say that the representation that $10
had been applied to hotel accommoda
tions in Chicago, is i my opinion. a false
and fraudulent representation for which
no should be prosecuted for obtaining
money by false preteuse for doimr th..
meanest thing in my opinion of which
any mat) can be guilty, viz: "Cheating
the worst paid labor in North Cnmllt
out of their wages, and still worse, cheat
ing tae neipiess the most;" and as it
woum ue nearly as mean t
mean to Ktan,i i,
ftpd. a walUnd throw rocka. a .ur. ,
ng aud hvmg off of poor iwid laborM t
eyery word in the
aooe, ana am. yoqrs truly,
Joi T, Perkins.
cheks have been returned to me. 5uow,
what have I received? Two railroad
tickets at 2Q.$$fe.20.fY hay e Jbeep
forced to pay all other traveling expenses,
my toanI and lodging in' Cliica-o,! en
trances to the jVir, ete. vyhaU,l. )jar
rell h:is done with $;J0 90, 'balance of
1 mouey I paid bu, he has not cen pro
per to explain, althougli he has been
at hs Home ovey a jyjeeK Alex 15. Gal
loway, Elkin N. C, August IS."
Nofti Carolina has secure 1 two
chairmsliips uf committee in the
House , v:z.: Congressman Dunn on
Claim. Committee and Congressman
Henueison ij Po-t .$Hj and Pust
Ruads. Alexander got ki-CoimI place
on couituitteeV. on Agriculture anil on
expeudilures in yrate Oepartment,
Bunii on expenditures in W.r I)part
uint; Urancuthrrd on Territories and
on reform of civil service; . liower on
Indian affairs and railioads and canal?:
Crawford, second on private land
claims, third mi iii iuufuct ores, also ou
public laud; Grady, second on -education,
also on public building aud
grounds; Henderson second on jeij
n'ntUs; .Woodrd on elections nd on
improvements of the Mississippi; Settle
on cl.iims. Wilson of West Virginia
aud Sawrs, of Te;i-,
;.t thehead of the Wat
If 11 14 Jll'ill.Sl
and Appnprial ions committees.
JForlhe past two tr thiee days severa!
8;natorsHiid Representative in (.',,.
gress live been complaining that the
Washington bunks refuse to accept on
deposit, drufs on banks in their re
spective btalcs aud citUs, giving a
rcasou that -this course is necessary to
protect themsehes iu view of the gieat
lack of currency. Soue of the Congress
men say that the. banks have taken this
action, not as a measure 'M pntec(ion,
but to give the members an object loson
so striking thai they will ste the nec
essity of promptly Miacting legislation to
relieve the uiout-v market Chn-l..ti
To take the place of the moiiev Lit el v
withdriiwn from circulation an im
mediate addii ion of $2K;tMX,(KX to the
currency is unperati vei v needed. We
hope that the Senate will gel together
oul give this rotie! to the. people. While
there otigiit to lc no polilics in it, yet the
people are looking t t he Democratic
party for this relief without any dchiy.
X-O Chi oiiidc
.. . Mm0 4- at. m
Tied to a Tree an i Shn ta Death.
OiiKKlSVIl.I.K. S. (.'., Anc. 21. -A
pec la i in I lit Xnr.s Tr.:n lifeeii.MV. ol.
S.C., s ir : J ll -.vi -, .wion-d, to
da v ass .ulied .li. Vi liii.uii iij uu.i v. a
respectable wlut.- w oniai.,.ol oo eais.
livino hear (i.i e..woo(i. Aft. r. 1) vs
lia i the wouiaiTiioiimi ami . . d h,
was ihiveii r.H iiv by a II r e ; ii iwy.
H. w;i hunted down, c. uiv.l, fu:i
tiieiitiled, i i.-d to a live and slioL t.
death by 100 cii z M!S, white ami . ia-.k.
I "ie execution pni t . i ,,,( Witl mii-
nary precision am
aeo pii?d his f.tie
uis .-H-eoml t r nn o
. oici.i j v.
t km. I,
i in i
tile Worn .11 i ssauile,
occasion was iLsrepu!ab!o
The young men who come to u.s from
the llornei tfcuool, Oxford, M. t , aie
aiwais weli prepaieti. 1 can Very cor
dialiy reconimend it lor ihe pa.nn.age of
those who have bos lu i rain and edu
cate, Ciias. E Taylor,
1'iesldeiil Wake Forest Colleg;
The Warsaw-C.etf savs: At.
colored picnic ut'the ld lJowiin place
a few das, aif.i ex-Con;ri ssiii. n t'beal
hain made a biitcr shccI:; Ie raved
about negroes l,ein$ lynci.ed Mi l said
(jod w.ni d have to put a stp in the
hellish W(.rk,orsend a war 'o 'o it.
We interrupted him and iold bim to
preaeJi down the trinns they bad com
muted and stop such, or that Umhing
would continue as lony; as tlo inms
did. His was the bitterest speech
against the whites I ever heard, ai;d
yetionie so-called respectable while
men tradttn voles for and with him.
Tin' Japanese Pile Cure is lie only j rojur
application for inn-riial jaltu .tml is pruarautcrrl
i:i every caje by Kdwia Ciitlu rell Salisburv, X.
Vhen Baby was eicWttc pare hor Cartoria.
When bImj wu a Child, slie crieJ fr Castoria.
Then she became Misa, she citing to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she garo them Castoria.
Having qualified as Executors upon
the estate of (ieorjrc Lyerly, deceased,
all persons having claim; against said es
tate are hereby notified to present them
to us for payment on or hefbre the 8th
day of July 1894, or this notice will be
plead in harttf iheir recovery. '
All persons indebted to said estate are
hereby requested to make prompt andj
immediate sett lenient.
(J. L. Lyerly, )
II. A. Lykkly, f jXec,,,ors
Lkes$. Overman, Atty.
July 8th, 1893.
mi r " HU "TOUT tmtBOt
lMUwti Tb Moo-)WglrttttllM IMIm MIU
fMJr tfra kow m nail af Bail 4n kk T la.
hmHiimI. iMirfc'ffut. 4" m. ta. I lo,
UniKir Mat. Illi u aiiu 3.Hi Hia. 4S In.
com. Wttl chmwdmV.f twit k inatiirfc with nam Inclovd."
PATIENTS TREATED BY MAIL. C8NF?uNTIAL.
lrlM, atarriaf. Sm4 U la ttmbft fanarllealm ta
IL I. v. r. UTBIt -Tiexts s TIUTII. CIIUS9
niMilHiM f sumsM
tku rVW AfW. Lm.
Vx. Josr ph Alexander Ardrey, presl
It sive me nteasnre to v that the
JloriH-r Se hool. Oxford, N. CX. lu-S uu
iforml m'aiuiuiind a very high standard
ot train i n; in preparing bo. t f a Lm vei
ity. A Hiudettl from Ubat- School .., hsd
the hnept rank iu the Tnirersity during
tlie past ye er.
President Uaiverity ol Xorth Carolina
- If the World's jFnir could open for sis
mouths longer, rtitu the assurance that
the attendance would be us go! iluring
mat tiuie as M. lias been ilurin tlie juisi
weeks, the enterprise would pav,off delt
anil snow I anusoiue prouts. It is now
enjoyiuj: a net revenue of alnut :' 80.000
a day. Dr Depew aud other welljinow n
men have expresseil themselves' as iu
lavor of keeping the -show open until
next autumn. Cut the probabilities arc
that it will tie closet! on the night ol
October according to prolamine. A.
Lita'T. Gov. Daniels of Kansas ha
sent tt w ustuuutou lor introduction in
Congress his graduated income tax bill.
it provilc lor a lax of 1 percent, on es
tates less than 2,000,000: of q per cent, t--
init-M net ween ?LVJOO OWO and f3,000,000
of 18 per cent, ou ail estates ol over thai
uuiouut. ine lax is to ue useu lor ieii-
si ,is for equalizing the-pay of soldiers of
l he war, tur internal imyrovemeuts mid
for equipping the national guard. Adult
male immigrants are to he taxed $200
and immigrant children over twelve
years ol $100" Inheritances aud legacies
are iilso lo be taxed. Charlotte AW.
V'c call the attention of our readers to
the article iu another column, "Another
fraud at Luge." We unknowingly in
serted the fraud ad, of Kudge Celery Pill
co. w hich we hope none of our readers
have answered. We wrote to W. A .Coon
& Co., the fraud ndverlisiuw agency for
pay fjr ins. rling it, as per contract with
them, but have not heard from them,
nor do wc expect to hear. They sent lis
another ad of the Parisian Toilet Co.A
wlvich we politely declined to insert. We
triint oio- patrous and other publisher
may not be deceived by theee f.aubes.
F it. i!ir.ziiicy.-4. h y.teris, wakrftihirs, hi'l
tlreams huI i"ot'tfiiiig of the br.nia quickly
iMiroti by Mjesfiie'.io Nvrvhi. Sold by Kilwiu Cutli
rcll Btlialniry. N.U.,
m M ffl I
Amoiifj tlie best all-around students in
Trinity C.'llre, riurinjr the juist three
Vi'iirs, i sive been I lio-e who come fro in
ihe Homer School, at lxIoid lv.
Kvery one of l hem li.ts lukcu honor?.
John fi:.ixxuN ( uowki.l,
President Trinity College.
BROWN'S IRON BITILRS
cures Dyspepsia, In
digestion & Debility .
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any case ofCainrrh that cannot he
cured iy Hall's Catarrh l-nre.
F. J. CilKKNY, lVop., l'oledo, Ohio
We, the undersign d. have known F.
J. Clu-eny for t he last lo ye.irs, aud le
lieve him pcilcclly honorahle iu t husi
iitss transactions and financially able to
carry out any intimations made hy their
Wkst ATualx, Wholesale )ruggists,
Walujno, Kixxan & Marvin, Whtde-
sale Druisi, To!, do, Ohio.
Haii'a Catarrh H'uro U taken inter
nally, acting direcily upou thehjopd and
mucous sui laces of the system. Trice
7oc per hotile. Sold Uy all drtiKisis.
Dou't he t:il iced into having an ojiera tiou as
it may cost you your life. Japanc-i pile Curt
is puaninteed to cure you by Kdwiu t"Sitlierlj
Salijhury X. C,
A SUEE WIXNKR
OIV EVEUY RACK
is our line oi Mioes. As we can judjre'
the future only by the past, it is quite a
natural conclusion that we can buy
Good shoes fbr lefs money at E. V.
Burt &CoV Baraple Store than anywhere '
in town. Their fall line will outdistance I
anything they have eyer yet carried.'
hen you want a Good Shoe at toe usual
price of a sony one, give them a call.
E. W. BURT & 001
of thePiiieville edttoh niilti', died at hio
home in Pintyi ille Jdoyday afternoon at
4 o'elock, of apoplexy, ' Hged41 yere.
say s the Charlotte Observer.
$33fW'.fiy fpr. Pitcher's Cajtortf
J. RH0D2S Presfdeiit.
rWil. C. COAJRT, Se.crtary.
Insures all Kinds of Pronartv
All I P r n r rt si 1 1 -r t . . .
nuu tvweo rnuMhitri AyJV$iJVU SATISFACTORILY. $ETTtfr
Represented in '
General Insurance Agency of J. Allen Brown
DB. W. W. McKENZIE
Offers4iis profc Moiwil ftcrvicciT to the
citizens of balMnirv and fuirruundin:
community'. He can be found nt hi
office up stairs over the post office or ai
DS. E0BT. L. EAMSAY
(Hurteon Dent hi,)'
tT Office Iioudj 0 n. iu. to 5 p. m.
ARE YOU GOING
TO THE FAIR?
TRB PROVIDENT FUND
It til tniture World Fair visitor
qgaimt Accident for a prr'ual of Three
Sffjulh for one payment of Fire. Dollar.
Mi IT UXOKlWTOOl)
That llii$.' puvM.i nt jriiamtiter.", tor the pvri-
i of thret' iiioi.tht. a 1nU'.i iniiiinuilv of
$10,000 and a weekly dj.utiliiy iu.li umil v t
f.'iO.O'i. and covers aciidentfe hWiillinir tin- iu-
urcd while travcliujr u, at or from tin- r'.iirj ' ' w "V e v,'u 1 a" JM't a II-lipoid
Jiv ril or iHiiit or on motor r enhle convex
anes: find alyo provider pjK-i ial iiMleianities il
iiiiurcit vliif at home or ahout vour l-uiiu .-s.
Thi? is the imo.-i liheral offer- vet made, aiul
the lao't lihenil lii.-u can he laude roasbteut
J. M P ATTON, (Scii'l A-t:
S.tlishary. N. t.
BiTiCJood. rtliiihle ajreTts v.;ntcd.
J & H, HOSAH'S
WAR RATED SILVERWARE
m a emm a am m m as
FOR K S
TO WEAR 2 5 YEARS.
Tho jiieeea of Sterling sa
ver lakOd ut the points
of rost preveut uny
as much Silror as in S-taad-turd
tba Usrnt Sold silver nd
ot ouc-halX Uie cost.
rach artlclo la Btampcd
H. STERUNG-1NLAID IE.
Accept no substitute.
Made Only er The Holmes & Edwards &lvcr Co
And Sold bythe Old Re
J. & II. HORAH,
Main 'St., Salishury, N. C.
Havlnsr boutrlit the K. K. J'IiIIIIph Millstone
Qu.ii rl. I wni ioihI uc u tun i h lias well
known grtl, tor coiO-. aul wlnnt. Aildr-sn,
J.T. Wy iit.
Pa'Uhurj N. O.
Horner Military School,
OXFORD, N. C.
Modern buildings. Healthful and attrHctire
locMtion. Klfuici.l instructors. Numl cr lim
ited. A hi-Hiitiful SoiTHKHX IIomk roil Hova.
Catalogue sent on application.
Going to Buy t
GET TH'7 TPTST.
FoUj Abrast cl tha Tixjf.
A Choice Clft.
A Grand Famliy Educator.
The Standard Autfiority.
pntel." Tea ytan spent is rviinc. 2
.iuu emtort employed, ow fauo.oooX
4 expended. Y
SOLD BY ALL BOOK5LLI.I US.
pit lnr rrpe.iiM nt tt4sb- MHin. AH
IMl fr !! lUHIIDlllft-cnutninintf V 1-
, pafraaiKl t'LXL UT 1 1 ' I LA HsT Y
. u. hjuxum CO, PubUaher. i
. VOf. .trail! S1IKI Usher K i-a.,1,. J- ,. .
i.-rst will and testament -f J p p p
deoHsed notice h hereby CJ
arsons holding claims
ueceal torre,,t.,1Mn , ti
signed duly aul he.Uicaled, fort
ment on or IWore 1he 2Hh f ff
I&U4. As tins nolice will U
bar of "ieir recovery. ; All neL
denied to tlie said deceitse,
nouned to make immed. ...i.
of saiil indel.telnes
1. Q. A. 'I'eagiip,
b. V. Kalon.
K. F. E ilon, t
nits Jtuy.iiie Ub, im.
Mi Jnr Hi
- : " aim lorciu
.AT V ""luint-utar Ylm
Mill l)S. - l,V4.hfP.uiiu- 1
1.11 C II 1.. . V irj m
lio-i s all kiiitls ami
fii.utt: :il!i III
1 "luminal m.
t: .. t; .... i
..v -...it i-oreet ion hi
varieties "ail.en-d :ut n,..-... i'
all Tans of tl.e uh;!. um.l, i,J
lo-i-ea-s stock .-nahle ,v..f,lJftJ
hcj.ulify their hc,.(.rs. :,t vAi. u,
HM- IIIO.-1 lUtJiSillll
I. ........ I . -v "T
! lav io.il
ace on cjiriii.
iaii ticiti vr . our
order oiii iiiiL
II B. Varner. Agtst.
J. VA?, LIKDLLY. Prcp'r.
TOMONA KILL liUESEEE,
P I ON A, KC
CAX WW KI
1 J .
UY Ol'.TAININtr .Sflljw.-UtLf.tS.lul
The Southern States,
it is a heautiluliv il In.! ruled mwt
iiiaazine dexotcd to i!ic S.uib. M
full of intere I for every irsiuYnl fi
ruin ami ou-ht to he in cv.ty
LvjrybDdj Can-Afferd it
as it costs only fl.oO ner yearurlif
Ijr a nnj;le eojy.
We Want an Aent in Kvon-N'J
I il iiml Jiiwn. Write for sauiJ'J-
les aud particularsU.0 tJic
MANUFACVUltr.K.s' KhCOKI) PlB. ( j
cwn Prcpiny, en ChftkiCrtJ
Tcwn of lit. Giisjii
liy virtue of. in; conform; lv t. aiidioH
aiK-e of a divrve of the r nperh'r '"j
ilontuim-ry county, N. ('., rud rnl
1 tiii if.tj in a sun then hh-i li-tfc
whiTcin Davi.l i; Wj.mIi , i,r liuu'ofl
nor heir- of W. II. H..It. J. i I'''""!
.S Kerus, U F Woolev :n,'i lii'1!
'V. TO ilitrrim mill "hi, wife JUCtf
HI I' lit l.n.l .1.1. f..r fl... f..riflini:re l
the inort"n -ii himis ilcrrilj'i in thff1,6-',
iu SAnl suit: I. tht- invit-rsiiruiel wu
nppouitcd hy the ouit in Mi "'.I'j
at nuhlic a tu-trou to the lu l . J
ca.-h. at the court hoiis 'loor in 'r".T .l.i
ilur tlw .! A f I !. .. IM'.'J i
: .i . ' ...... ,i . ;., incW1
: UT 4)1 COIll I ) lilt IUI'J""! "
T he 1st tract know n the A-rt
i tractor Jt re l.tulur i.Iact oh .V.I
' V ,.rt- ;.. . .i.l .-..liiitv. atiul!"'J
! lainli of Martin Kusli ! v !
A l.. II.... .... I.. .1 .....I ..( I COl"'.
' Hcre. ThrlM tnitt on Utb ik' aj
ii.-. . tht l",a .
iwver in .-am ci uui
NJncrHiu, Marv A flauulH-ri
. . i .. i : . . i.t.-i itil' Sf
.. r L I lit Un .1
IIIUIC II. HI I I l.U I Kit"""
... . , .. .... i'i,,.M trtrl.
iraci. 1 lie ir;o i , m
. county ailjoininr tin- Iniv1 ' f ' 1
j 1 fetetle iiilot:irriiiure i- -.
the James Skinner plu-cn.nUW'-f I
The 4lriract isn tm.u M " t
. ...... L ,... II '
t.flieail in mii1 euuui " . ..0rt '
store lot with a dwJJ"i;.. ty
a-table a let outlioiiM.S 'uli
The lirt to irae " ' ?j
. . . . i . - lid iv
ter to Ualier KenN
V-liiher .xl awl i"! r""c"r'!
;.t 5 n I; t,,r iii.i.t- couniv
. - ..... . m. ...... ...... Ken na--
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M H La.-iter Ul v l!e ''
U'.iril, .r...r(li:lil i t t'1
1 ag y ilt c'i. iht-
th.l re.'i.-teie.l in ,iG P,
l)ie Is h.r sai.l .v .'" i.,S K
ilrecor'l ret. i - n
August 1 "t' ;