''j. W, McSENZIE, Ed'r and Proper.
0:ie year in advance
Threes mot ihs rrrr-r
THURSDAY, Frbuary 8 1894.
It was a great Democratic victory bat
Thursday, wbeu th Wilson tariff bill,
that will lesseJ Considerably, the cost of
0any of the estri of life, passed the
lower ho, of Congres s by a vote of 20
'to lid Uude the exiting stresof the
fltitiotial treasury it is ai. great a: reduc
tion of tariff taxes as could be made. A
number of the necessaries are pace.
free lUtnd the sugar bouuty js re
pealed. It is hoped the Senate will prom
ptly pass the bill and thus give the coud:
try the relief demanded. Seveu Kepubll
voted for the bill and 13 Democrat
gainst it. -' T ' ;
The latest news in reference to legi-sla-(ion
at the national Capitol we cjill from
yesterday's Charlotte Observer '
'The interest Jn affairs political at
Washington-iff begiawing'ao transfer it
self from the House to" the Senate. The
. federal elections law repeal bill hasal
1 ready been before that body to some
time, and now the Wilsohv tariff bilthas
been sent to it for action. Senator Voor
hees it is? stated, 'has promised speedy
Action on it by tjie jftnauceonnrfttee.
I ' . TJie Washington correspondent of the
Philadelphia Record states that 4ltho
inkh u nnw Minim? ud' for the tariff
struggle in the Senate, andaays that
strenuous efforts will he put forth by
- those interested in protected industries to
.jbave t he WjlsonViir very materially mod
tied, tosay the least. The Democratic
Senators might study the House's busi
' ness jnethodsVith great profit at present.
Now -jvouid be a good time for Senator
Jliil to push his cloture amendnieut to
the Senate's rule.'' 1
Suice the above was put in typea later
report come3, to the effVct, that the bill
repealing the obnoxious Federal election
1 Jaw, passed the Senate yesterday by a
yote of Sd to 28-
JWky Tfcere Is a ficiency.
Secretary Carlisle considers a bond
issue absolutely necessary to meet the
deficiency Jn the treasury .-and to ena
ble the government to meet its obli-
(gations.. A valued contemporary mak-
Ses the facts clear as to wby there is a
xlefieiericv, from which we cull.
Utiiess the i urgency were great, of
, course there jvould :Ue no issue of
bonds, jt -i jvel) to keep before the
public the reasons, wltiqh . have brought
t lie treasury to its) present condition.
:' That nher the present ad uiiuistra
.'. tion uor the Peniparati'c f)trty can
le Ueld- responsible for this con
dition is suscepiible of absolute demon-
' stratum. In J 889, wheii President
Cleveland 'went out and President Har
jrisob yent inr4-here was in the treas-
- jury an available surplus of over 185,
XX),000. 0 this amounjt 8,000,000
was "free gold " fbt rs gohi over and
above the $100,000,000 reserve which
;t is Aie policy of the guvemnient to
jiiaiiitaiu Intact.' At th,at tjuie, the ry
jenne; of the government were i xcetd
ng its exjienditures alut $10,000,000
J year, in 18.9$ President Harrison
yretit out and President Cleveland went
in., llow did the treasury and therev-
. jenu,e? and expendilure' stund then? Of
Jthe 198,000,000 of free gold on ly $980,
000 was Je.ft. During President Cleve-
Janfs first termJbe gojd in the treas
ury Increased $54;772,o66. At the end
pt Presjident Harrison's administration
there.wa$122,Q24,00Q les gold in the
louiiilr.y tben there was wbeu Hurrisoa
f ihe retatioti between cue receipts
ud !.exenditura5 ,.yf the go?erument
were changed wonderfully by the Re
publican congress which went in with
Jrresi4nt Harrison. : The McKiniev
arriff raised the tariff taxe3 on every
schedule except two aud at ,the ame
time, reduced revenues $C0,000,0C0 a
year. It increased expeuditu for
pensions $60,000,000 and added, over
70,000,0Q0 to the regular annual ap-
: propnattons. ' 1:
v ; The result w.ts raalleraaticallyr;ertain
; ftu we are iio, laboring under the
.burden' which four years' of Jpubli-
v can misrule placed ,uiKn us. it is the
task ei the present dmiuUtration to
. extricate tho-treasury ,ands the country
from the unfortunate condition iu
which President Cleveland found them
yjhe country believes that the admin
jstratiou j proceeding ponscjentiously
and prudently ;n its ef orts to do this
udthat it will succeed. r ,
JcU of Eepabbcan Eule,
WiUnlngtOtt Mesaenfe?. , -'
There are many perturbations ;u the
OCJ',A religious and political skies
J3ut the are jpiainly discernible now
n the 'Northern Meayen. Jherc ajre
Ktorin clouds gatlieriiig, and , Ilepubl
eaii institutions niay yet. fried by
siwh jcouvnlsionf and upheavals as this
country is not neqaaiiited Vith. fix
iwiu in u uoc narrej ot the South
ivwed the Iraguif .t(,eth of discord
Kill. The wind was aowea, wnin-
wind -may Iw reaped Replying t5;the
leading Northern Methodist Oran,
ew Trk Christian Advocate,;
Laffrty, of the Richmond j Advat,
says this in part ; . j; hij. ,
"The coU-ssal fortunes inafle pjofhje
by a civil war and a confirfcatioulriff,
gorging the few with raffliojlsj(-of
iU by- robbihg the nianj, Ust
tected by Pinkrtou jaMzarie3 or
IxmgUt rotersTwenty thoijsaiM wen
own America.,; I hl:
Ai i specimen of 'the "fiiOshed'fro
duclsof the new era," 100,000 jfjelplH
in nna ; Mm iifiirc()d oauDers lied
eyeryday at the pubjic. soup noitea. .
.Whether that is a utipenor. cvii.iiiuu r
fn tK ffe. dancini? merrv cotton,! rice
HDa .fgro laborer J-SP"-&
linn unatir iudicial mind:.Mimpuf of
- ... r
hunorrv white wretches never bbov
a life so happy as the healthy, careless,
jolly plantation populaliori. i
ion. A America,
as Carlysleaaid, had made the' p
shot Niagara.' And we are mltbe
An Age of Crak Sf yi Ji itiee
- Brewer. i" iff
Boston Plspatcb Jan Stih. . . I j H
Justice Brewer, of the United States
Supreme Court, in his address tb jthewa3 the only Republican who succedd
xaie aiumni last, evening
pait: a J-
With all the splendor off its : tta-
terial development, this is alsd the fage
of cranks. Listen to some o theirj ut-
tenngs: Making the btatej a dpm
shp keeper un Umperace; fiu-
nanqial problt iqs are solved by: caujung
biuod to How bndle-rein i-epj parden
of anarchist murderers is a meansj of
justice; a long continued strike fills the
mouths of the laborers' wife and chil-
dren with" bread; dividing the fcjiool
money oetween uenominanpnai ooaies
accompmsiies uie grauu ueinocracy i
11 K J J it
the .public school; taking in Indians
lands helps to civilize him; putting a Democratic Senators will do as well as
Ug.ou a Chinaman protect the Airier- the Democrats in the Houe hi.ve done
ican laborer from one wth whoinj he rfff refonn wUl soon htr bufc in.
is unable or unwilling to compete tand dications do not point to speedy action
i3 a means of grace tending to; the con- yij the Senate.
version of the 'Heathen Chinese. Upon evidJnce presented by Judge
In times so peace it is easy enough Durand, of Michigan, who has been
for any man to act as Presjdeiiip of Heting specul counsei in the smug
tbese United States. I refer ; you; to gling c.Ses the Treasury dnpartment
the husband of Mr. . Hayes: j Bu it U!ig decided to push the indictment
took a Lincoln-Gentle, greatf sad-to against vVhitney V Boise, Chairman
'. "a iJ" ","",,U M,c i"?Vr T
and awful hcrrors jof
. , J MI
Justice Brewer pleaded not paly for
scholarship, but for Christian jschoUr-
hip, declaring thut tjns is a ihnsjtain
nation not uy joiceoi ji at ue; Or ;;?oa.
- , .
-kli.t: I...1L-1L. L' li . I
uno uUl oy ie nopes ana purposes
ana laun 01 jtne people who hare
wrought its glorious history from ply-
iout llock to ;J5 tvnd wicti Islands,
Silvern England and Germany.!
WllmlDgton Mes&nje r.
Silver is coming home to robst.The
Gladstone Government gave it a blow
in I;id?4 but already the folly of it
is appearing to many. We yestefday
gave whnt the Albany (N. Yl) Jur-
nal said of it. We find that thqdon
tunes, "the thunderer' prdiioujices
the action of thejndian Gove4met in; McPherson's friends, among whom is
closing its mints to silver as shbtsight- President Cleveland, are trying to per
ed and pophesies it will prof e djsas- SUltde him not to try to resume his
rous tonlapd. It favors the reopen-1
ing of the mint- to the coinage o sil-
ver as the surest, best means of prevent- Uy that 'no break has taken place in
mg serious trouble to British interests, the pleasant relations which have ex
This is might? eood readinir and; de- ia k.... c
ii?lits( nsl ! ' . I.
n Iff T- ' 4r
wver in; uerraany in rrussia puia
ister Vori Hsydeu, :n a strong speech
declared that something to restore sil
ver must be done that bimetallism
must be restored. He says the real, al
.uusi, m cause 01 ine. long-contmueo and the bill will be passed, notwith
mdustrial depression in Americafwas standing the silly stories which have
due to the war upon silver. Thidk of bepn widlv cirrwlat .triU.Hn,,
. ii. 1 -. ' 1 1
tye men of goldolatry and mten.
xue enxmeu, rruss.au saia no
sure, permanent relief to the distress
" AM. M 1 " w"ru nas oeen saia oy a democrat to
would come until silver was restored to u., ;.,i r . o
i .',-., , f . indicate that a single Democratic Sena
lU rightful place. Bojtfe Europe! : and tftP w;il'Vn .n.i.t th. Kilt
the United States .are iu-a whirjpool
and they will never get out on r firm
land again until they give to silver the
same rights that are given to goldThe
great nations will have to return to
bimetallic coiuage if they would f liave
f-telTO I.?flfValW6Id.Dt.b the officiaUnnounco-
111 uicate uiiuuu villa now oecDuie ap-
i .I 1 , J .
parent to the close observers-of events
, . - .f s h"
and the men of wise finance! PiThe
Baltimore Herald, noting Sethis
resurrection, of the silver quel ion,
says; ; " v i !
2 A r few straws, however, ind ,t
which .way e wind blovrg, and a I few
things have happened of late td -krive
. 5 , r . y pve
this matter rejiewed lmportancei It
needs nd prophet o foresee thtr the
closing of i thejmints ir India anl the
repeal of the purchasing clause of the
.rmn mt'AA n..f tuJu
Sherman act did not relegate UtB isil ver
question: to .oblivion,'
Magnetic Nervine queits the nejves,
drives Sray bad dreani and gives
quiet rest and peaceful sleep. "Sld at
Xff A&klHQTOli LErriSB..; "
From our KvjTJlar Correspondcan , .
1 President Clcvelutiti was one of the
'firt, cnide Pfiiis cbngvessional colT
Chairtnliri Wilson on thesucrss of hi
tari? fiIit in tlue IJouse. Th oou
grat illations were teleplioned froja the
White House to tlwv Capitol. Mr.
WiUou is not a man of robust
Koitb ut IliA IipsK and the cojjlinuous
' v ' ... .
becoming Chainnan of the Ways and
SleaiiA fJonimittie has ul ui(st com
pletely broken biin -down. He' has
earned a rest, and be" will probably
Washinetou to spend several
wtHka in snmi atiiet place. Uther
i. h.......j u .
thI innosia ta imbl3 f the
IP . ... , :11 .... . .,.. ,,.
i p;issage 01 ine 0111, oui. n iw-'m
If l iu.. a., ua
been calmlynfident fi'om the day the
bill waa reported f romx the. committee
that it would puss without" being ma-
tfriallv chanaretL Th3 result shows
that his cpflfidence was built upon aj
t.nA ,;niitt ho if that niHii 1
lecUnl to Conjrress on a tariff rrform
issue would not allow, themselves to be
stamneded 4y a manhfactured senti-
ment.againt tariff reform. i
Represeniitive Dingley, of; Maine,
. . , ' , ... .
lauui, w v. " "
T.r""" ; ,
rrol itnrr tin miiinmpnt , to ine Liirill
mil aaoptea. lie uauvtu mag imc uuuu
ovidedxin the whiskey clause
0f fho internal revenue section of the
bin should be threexyears, as at pre-
ent, instead of eight years, as reported
rom the commHtee, and x the House
Tote(j with nim. H
Democratic opposition to the Income
tax amendment,, which ut one time
seemed strong enough Jo"endanger t he
wnoje bill, began to grow less and lets
eariy jn the wee, and a day or two
bef the Vote was taken had growu
... . I
so insuznineant that it was no longer
considered a factor in the fight If the
of the lpublican Central Committee
of Oregon for complicity in the illegal
llon.nrr 4,P Pliinucu . In ln,f
Juds? Durand brought with him to
Washi on lhe chief of a band of
Lft!isf Sllllltri,iMr!4 wh-hM ..m sU..'
evident. He it was who furnishpd
the evidence a2ainst Boise, and he im-
p'icates several other prominent Uepub
licaus of the Stiite who will be prose
cuted if sufficient corroborative evi
dence can be secured.
So manv lies have been told concern-
inff the abseiice of Senator McPhrson.
L New Jei-sev. who M rnrentlv
ordere(1 South by his phv8iciall bccause
of a severe bronchial affection, that he
ha3 returned to Washington and an-
n0unced that he will resume his dotW
although his doctor says he will
Undai4er hU life bv so doinc?. Mr
work until his health "ets better.
cal, state on the verv hiahest author-
Pherson and Voorhees, and that all
stories to the contrary are maliciously
The debate on the Tucker bill for
the repeal of the Federal election laws
will close in the Senate next Tuesday
diffeience on the part of Democratic
Senators towards the bill. Not one
I j u. i ?j ,
away to keep, from voting upon it.
Neither is there any truth in the stat- -
raent that Mr. Cleveland has expressed
opposition to the bill.
Secretary Carlisle accepted bids yes-
fol-rhiv frtr tU Srirt fWYl fWVk t K.. J- :
, . ,.' . j . ... . ,.
ment recently made, notwithstand n
l , i . . Tr "
the futile attempt of the Knights of
t u l l Tl r .
twaddle from Senators Allen, Peffer
Stewart and Hoar about the ilWalitv
of their issue. There is some talt
fa?or, of the Bailer resolution, which
h . "rao y reportea i to the
H0U8e being rushed through as a hint
Srf r,: k Al. nt
received for the bonds shall onlv L
Uiiei to sirengthen the gold reserve
f ua uul Mn ite-resentative McCreary
nas ored- the right of way for the
next inreeaays in the Hfwr for his
.Hawaiian resolution, i is dear that
.r. ( Bailey's resolution cannot come
in i . '. "
up untji the expiration of that time.
Senator Sherman strongly favors Secret
tary Carlisle's action, but othr I.'n.iv-
iicans are trying to make trouble, hop -
ing Jo gain somertisiiuidvantii
and arduous labor which ie'''H H'w'. iu,
h:, n Hsnidnouslv irformed since Mw A ttv H "V Rafter
v General Nowa.
: Rv. J. A. Rauinay has be-en ' select
ed to fill Jhe vacancy in the inalo' school
caused by llwdtfall) of Pn. Mi'ade,
'In what county m ll-lfih? iqtier
ricd the vjcher, Catawb.t" ijuictcly
nyponded u bright girl, ilurrah for
A g rea t-gandnep he w o f Q en . Wash-
J::.r .i: . . .1. . a
the "Father of hU country.
Jii Mcklenlnrg roimly GnJltffsell
and his family ate canned cherries Sun
day, January, 14t b. He and one of the
children are dea
Ajihevill Jan. 29.--Treasury Agent
" iraiisiwnngjne m
ue oflBcje to Collector Caller.
i Mrs. Sidlie Cunswell of Jurke coun-
ty is said to be otie hundred and five
! years old, and "Big Witch," a Cbero-
kee Indian, claims to be one huudred
Dr. J.L Rice of Boston, Ma?s.,
w!l deliver two lectures before the
North Card:na TeacUeVs' Assembly at
MoVchead City in June. Suljtt,
Scientific teaching.' .:'
nil ...in 11. : .1. -1
iiieeuit-oroi ine a(iewro mes
. ... .
er kille! a hog, recently that
weighed 7t'0 poumja-iiHt, and claims
that It was thbiggest hog killsJ in
Anson county in several years.
- ListThursday eveukig while play
ing ba-Hcball at Salem, three miles from
Morgan ton, a young man named Dale
was accidentally rtruck with ft bat
by n boy named Roper iuid i not ex
pected to live.
X.RfV. R G. Peiirson will begin a se
ries of sermons ut Davidson CoJlege,
February 20. Rev. Pearson has many
fr,1(ls t HiekorV who would b:.il with
pleasure his return to this city for a
series of sermons.
The building on the county farm, in
which incurable insane were confined,
burned on the 21th ult., and eight of
the nine inmates were burned t death.
Steward Holcombsnays he banked the
fires at 0:30 o'clock, aud does not know
how the fire started.
The Wilmington Siar says thnt the
halt-devoured body of a man was
round near Durgaw last weeK. it was
-. n i t
afterwards discovered that it was th
body of Sylvester Limb, colored,
who had been murdered and robbed.
Charlotte Observer: We like some of
the ways they have in France. In I)
ceuiher Prof. Vaillanl threw a dynamite
bomb iu the Chamber of Deputies and in
February they chopped the professor's
head otT all regularly and according to
the form of the . tatute in suoh cases made
According to recent advices from China
by tho steamer Belgis 12,000 persous lost
their lives by an earthquake, which com
plelely destroyed the city of Kuchuo
Fiity thousand cattle are also said to
haye been destroyed atthe same time.
The once beautiful city of 20,000 popular
tion is now only a scene of death, deso
lation and terror. "
Henry Clews, the New Tbrk banker.
dosen't take much stock in the capim
ty howling indulged in by Republican
politicians, lie says this count ry will
recuperate from the panic of 1893 soon
er than it did from the panic of 1873
It is hoped mat ne knows wii it ue is
talk'iig alout. "
A'lolher edition or the Siamese
twins has arisen in the East, 'l here
are now being exhiited at Hoii4 Cow
B. C. two fine-looking boys about six
years old. bound together by a liga
ment of flesh near the middle or llieir
sides. They are as much alike in ap
pearance and a near equal in sizoas it
is passible to be.
E. J. Fuller, who was tried and con-
victed at Fayettsville of the murder of
Parker, was sentenced on Saturday of
last week by Judge Bryan to be bang
ed March 161894. It does seem that
tliis sentepw is terribly severe, from'
the evidence. - I
Henderson Gold Leaf: Cal. Bur
guan is home for a few days this week;
He tells that the business out-look is
more encouraging, he thinks, and in
all his trayels and observations'iie is
convinced that our people are as wel(
off or better than those of ther States;
he has been in, and certainly Nortl
Carolina upon the w hole is surpassed by
none. ' 1
Rv. Dr. Talmagp, "has tendered his
resignation as the Brooklyn Taberna
cle, to take effect on the twenty-fifth
anniversary of his pastorate. The
Tabernacle has been financially em
barrassed for some -time, which ha
some what embar rased Dr. Talmage artd
h congregation, which is probably!
the cause of this re ig nation. He will
continue to preach. j
i . ;;i
Dandruff is due to au enfeebled state ofi
the skiu. Hall's Hair Renewer quickeua
'ing and prevention th
J daudi utf.
the nutritive functions ol tne skio, neai-i
e loruiauon oi
!f ! r Snch Ado Ahavt Wntvicr.
iw.llnjlrigionstar. , , ' "
4Jhe Eiisterii papers as n tile arc
yioleittly opposed to an inc6nextax.
All th papers in New York thatxwe
jjsetjitU the exception of the. World,
are opposed toil. The Representatives
in Congre;-s from the Eastern States
tore, us a rule, opposed to both Deni
ocrats and Republican.rDome of the
Democrats are. o". much opposed ,to il
hat theyefu! to go into the Demo
:ratic Congrevuoua! caucus and be
bound by iu action. r 1
i Hon. fjourkd Cockran, one of the
Tammany headlights, who in the Na
tional Convention fought the nomina
tion of Grpyer Cleveland because i he
didn't square up to the ideas of Certain
gentlemen, of whom Hon. Bourke
Cockran was the mouth'-piece, under
took to defeat the attaching of the in
come! measure to the Wilson bill by
illibuktermg against it, after it had
been decided, upon by the caucus.
We have respect for honest convic
iiousJ although we may differfrom the
man who entertains them, but wehave
ho respeet f or t?.e couvictions that
would pile tons on the back of the poor
men and refuse to put a fe.ither'j
weight ou the back of the rich-man.
There is neither sincerity,' generosity
nor Democracy hi that. .
If they could give any good, solid,-
logical reason for their .opposition, and
the great averson they have to touch
ing the Incomes of the rich, they would
le entitled to consideration, but there
is not an objection they make to it
which cannot with more force be ap
plied! to the present methods of raising
If it be cla legislation iiiquisitonal,
what is the internal, or as it is some
times more descriptively styled, the i;.-
fernal revenue system? It h;.s done
more to demoralize and corrupt people
than any other system of taxation that
has ever been devised in this countryi
with the exception, perhaps, of the
high protective tar f! system. It is a
pull straw between them, the difference
being that the demoralization under
the internal revenue system is easier
exposed and becomes more conspicuous
because the array of Ja violaters in
the courts of the States where the in
ternal revenue system operates with
the most effect makes-it more conspicu-
oiii.; It Ine liicpm tax encourage per
jury among those who would have it to
pay (what a reflection on people of
larg' incomes), what does the internal
reveime sysiem a, wnicii not only
causes a nio:.strons amount of nerlm v
but makes thousiinds of men biwlessi
desperadoes who spend their d;iys in j
violating the laws or eludiuo the reve-
uue ofiiers, whom they sometimes Jr-
forate with buckshot when they get
tired hiding from them?
All disease of the skin cured, and
lost complexion resiored by Johnson's
Oriental Sotp. Sold at Edwin Cuth
rell's. The human body without love is a
barretfTles ert, with love it is a paru-
Av.er.s Cherry Peetorul is known by its
works. The experience of half a ceniury
prores that no other preparation of the
kind stops coughing and allays irritition
of the the throat and lubes, so prompty
and etn dually as this.
Unlike most proprietary medicines, the
formula? of Dr. J. ('. Ayer's Sarsaparilla
and other; preparations are cheerfully
sent to nny hysjiein who applies for
them. Hence thespeeial favor aeeorded
thee well-known standard remedies by
the WorcJ's Fair commissioners.
j Befaess Cannot Cmed
by jocarppication as they cannot reach the
diseased portion of the ear. There is only one
wajf to cure deafness, and Unit U by constitu
tional remedies. Deafness is caused by an. in-
fl uined condition of tlie mucous lining of tlie
Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed
you! bave a rumbling sound or imperfect heaf
ingjnnd when it is entirely closed Deatness is
the remit and unless the inflammation can be
taken out and tbis tube restored to its normal
condition hearing wilt be destroyed foreyer;
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condition of
the1 mucous surfaces.
We witl gire One Hundred Dollars for any
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
(ejrctflara, free. .
VITAL TO MANHOOD.
I Da. E. a WESTS If KBVE AND BRAIN TREAT
KENT, epociflc for Hysteria, Dlzzinoea, nta, Neu-
: ralgta. Headache, Nervous Prostration cawed by
ieohol or Snbacen, WakefalneM, Mental Depression,
soxtesia? ot Brain, canting inanitT, misery, deay,
death, Premator Old Aga, llarrennem. Loss ot
Power m eiUier oz.Impotaacy, Leaoorrhcea and a
reinale Weaknaaaw, IaToiontarr Locaea, Sprm
torrhoea earned by overexertion of brain, 8eU
aoue, orur-ladvlevnc9. A month's treatment, tl,
for by mafl. With each order for 6 boxes, witi
aSwiU sand written guarantee to refund if not cored.
GaaranMlaMd by agent, WEST'S LTVEK PLLU
eorea Sick Haadacha, BiUoiinieni, liver Complaint,
Soar Stomach, DrpepU and OoosUd&Uoo.
PUAftANTEXa iaraed ouly by
Edwin Cuthrell galisbnry, N. C
I T nmiMi ts. 9911 crnmt six. thtm wmk
eaaxf ai out or
in tU I IT! A8 A PREVENTIVE
Ul W llI ByaitiMraaeUkfaBiMwibtoteeoDtnc
top iihl to contract
thwlwdyltw iufur Arrucrx
taaara. Pn by mail. poaU fwu,
1 per a,r Ww far f.
mtihium aw; ait la tn eaf of
j Edwin Cutbrell Salisbury, N. C.
And the best, friend, that never
fail yon, is Simmons Liver Hegn
lator, (tho Red Z)- that's what
j you hear at the mention of ihu
-excellent! Liver medicine, and
jeop!e .h)uld not leXreiauaded
ahat ar.ytji.ing. el willxb.'
.... It n the Kii:g cf Liver Mdi
V.es; is b Her tlir'.n pill and
":c3 tire )laro of Quinine and
OaloTncilrl It acts directly on the
Iivf, K!dn.-Ts an-1 BowVds as.d
Ives r.ow life to lh- vhble evs-
tcm. Tliis 1.3 tho Tredicino'' yCu
w-mt. S?l.l by'a'I Prnir?i?tH in
Li:);::d. or in lowdcr.W ie tuken
: - -y---'.:-i huo-.ti i a. - ,
i.: -!S A" CO., iiiiiUe',p..U,V.i
TJna3ual Bihavior for a Corpse.
A man named Hodges died in Wil
mington Fiid ty night. ' After he was.
laid out, accarding to the Review, some
conversation; followiug anioyg those
present n dative to a future state of ex
istence, wh"n some one in. the room de
clared his doubt as to the existernie ota
heaven or hell. Suddenly, Mr. ; Hod
ges rose in his be 1 and told those pre
sent that theie was a heaven and that
there was a hell; that he had been to
the latter and was now on his way to
the former and that he had b?en sent
back to earth to tell them this. He
then full back and expired. The Re
view adds: Thjs is the w:iy it is toll
to us and it is truly reniurkiible cir-
cumstame. 'The report comes . to us
directly from one who was present in
iu the room on the occasion.
Why Heo.s Wias.
President Lincoln s:it, J'You cr.nnot
fool the peop!c- a pecond time." They
are too quick to recognize real merit or
lac1' of it, and cling only to ihose things
"which they find .to be whsit is claimed
Il is especially gratifying that the pale
ofllooil's Sarsaparilla iiuiiea.ses most th
i(15v!in those' sections where it is U-st
The inference is.plain. Hood's' Parsa
pari ! la has proven that it poesse gpn
nine merit. It maiutaius a -high st:mdarl
vhif:hiilir i:hiH't even silinrd:iih.f It
is ihe people's favorite, blood-imnfvinsr
and l.uildinjr up medicine, and is more
'! (.wtniil.tftbic vftui' I l in nvfll' Ir"l'i All
Tn view of what Hood's' Sarpap:rilln
ha d ne for othern. is it n t, rejonable
to hel,h'e thal it wi ast) be -of beilcfil
V.' biocn-n oj the narVvt. "tifj l.:.o; a.t 1j
ti-il. Goii'iinobclfl nii ly
EdwiirCuthrell Sulisburv, N. C.
Shoss for 1st Waatliar.s
Rain may come dow'n in lorrentf, Ihe
streets may be covered with mud and
water, bt you won't raind it if fyour
feet are encH in a pain of Water
proof Sample Shoes, to be found at
33. "W. 33"D"jFC,T at)
of Ky. UnlTereitJ. Lexington, Ky was awarded
F-1EDAL AND DIPLOiVIA
BT THE WORLD'S COlUSiBIAK EXPOSITION,
For Hjntrm of BoU-keowlns m
BuliMn Munition. .f0,?
and board. Phonography. Type Writing ant.
Teleeraphr tancbt. For eiroiHwra. 1Ir,
w 'STudtnL VrmnU LmlAun. K-
n r v ar linllh Prln fimmpr(-lil ColleC?
B. C.Webb, ' W. L. 'Nicholson.
W EBB; NICHOLSON &
Salisbury Marble Works. -
rrr LARGE VARIETY OP MA-RBLE ON AND TO SELECT FKOM-
wit in m mr.K. i,
Mlr Harvey tlted
' ;. ; LaceyrBlo. a .
Catarrh, Hoart Failure, pa!
ralysls of tho Throat i ... j7
"I Thank "Cod and 'llood'a $ar$a
. ; partita for Perfect Health."
" Gentleicea : For tlw benefit ot sufferlis j bn.
mAaity I wish to state a few tacU : For levenl
ears I hare suffered Iron oitarrh arid heart
failure, gettg to bad I could not work aod
Could Scarcely Walk
I had a very bad ipell of paralysis of the throat
some time Mjr throat seemed closed and
1 td Mot wallow. The doctors ai(Ht
was caused by heart failure, ad gavo medicln.
which I took according to directions, but it did
not seem to do ma ant good. vMy wife
me to try Hood's 8araparilla, toluag me ot iit
Joseph C. Sndtlvwho bad beeo " i
, At Death's Door
but was entirely eared by ZTood's Sarsapartlla,
After telle toff with Mr. Ssilth, I eoncluded to
try Hood's- Sarsnparilla. When I had takes
two bottle I lelt Terr much better,, I hart
eonUniMit taklac It, ana am pow. teelin exoeW
teat ItaankthCaad f :
and my wife for my restoration to erfr
hcmlu.f HaarKT IIekd, LaeeynhaVQ.
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ior the next . '
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