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irifpHrilSfl TJJr Jerome, Esq., eaitor of the tan-ead the roUowiWigxiiaeent Offer,
VVibtHu lKewsy wasiu town yesterday. j I w - ? , v -
The fiuishing work, in placing the ma- moxet HADE EA$T,iyor; W- vo IT, SO
I sold tfieir stock "of goad ta Mr: T. L.
i Ml a I - ' ., ' t " i. - W
Mr, 4 it.
chinery in the factory building ! of the
Pal tesdm Cotton Mills,' ufChiua Grove;4
i.s neariug completion, and it is thought
that the mills will start operation iu
few davs. ' : .
rit'-V.'M. liJ:.r- '! " : Bw Bros., druggists at Morgantoti
1'L ,..' , n,i v. irood ? If so Hemphill, of this place.
itf .f ,e effort; juul ni few mo- Barker of fcaHsbury, who lias la-eti with
.sV-M oasuiOeh. TheAVATCiI- Bro.for the past year,
G?m WUVftmjn with Mr. Hemphill.
! i'S the one sending in : An exchange tells of, a man who
;4fct2p. ff 'iumi)t.r of 1 cash subscribers claimed that he was too poor to Jake
ijp! v-. Jitivsl'. "ThUs-a houa his cuuu,y paper, but all the same he
We call the attention of onr renders
af e ; rem a ikajJeji clubbing offer if?
another column bvjwhieh we cm send
tin paper andjh Atlanta Weekly Crf.n-
. I OaVl.iv.' hi 19i nono- ins cuuu. y paper, out an uie sani
yhejH firstchiW in ey- rea'iJ.iira.lim-u east paper telling
f:ko ertilS"lcn-pflertlian to prevent horses from .slobbering
mast ccompany;wu.lte,. . . d n v ,-d i ;f tl l
ceirei When the SI. 50 worth' came
t ...4....,..,.U-fas deRirea.i--uo
P ; wi.nt votf cau1 do
stitution tftj thp sanle" address "for one
year forhelaw suni of $1.50. . j .
This is the only mtr of -itV kind we
have ever" leen alDle fo make to our
? X unreini an, aad all .of our year agoj
J? -ikJ'e. dw us will please, make and bis last wife
fitiist snd pay op tLeir arrears, survive him.
f' j V. McKEXZiF. IOdltor: relatives livin
-!- -:-r- I
lit i-ead. ''Teach your horse to. pit."
llie Yorkville. S. C . Eniuirer announ-
C. C. WaJf at Troy, J. 31. ces the death ofMr. J. M. Haitbcock',
Vii t Mt iiiload and I. R. Lisk which occurred at his home iu Yorkville.
refttflnf ! : " .. ..1 ik TliAufsv ilia 5?ntK lilt S Ttia An,.c..vnA
V'j J rit ntaio eoficit, cojlect, hvas a uatiye of Montgomery couutythia
'vu -, LM.iJfMiniiohs or other State, and. moved to Yorkville some two
n"'".v- I I 1. i 1 , I '
ue uaa oeeu uiarnea twice,
aud several children
He has a large nuiuber of
g in jixonigomery acu
Stanly counties. .
n 'irt i.4-l.i fit. l.i- r.i i ' m- ' . . I
.t-Miaiaj, rnrusu-yA.ui,; tineMPCKieiiDurg limes reiers to aj
yjijeV-'-1)'- - ' Mr. Christeiiburg, recently from' Ar-
'trc W ppilfefollJttH? fc,lvho ays tii people hi Arkanj
' i, , r i 1 ' as ale much wrse off than they are in
' , . t 1 1 North Carolina. General Barringer also
Hsv. ur. has a letter from A. I. Mow L ray, of Ar-
fiWK xbMr?y, I . -i kausas, wanting to returu to this fState
kmhro tea iswyen. anu BlA aud rent ue'of his farms in Mecklen
iwriPPf f k esboro. burg4 So the old Stales are at lust coni
DetnocrutH of the Legislature of ing the front again.
itorVklfall,s!gnKj j j to Itave done considerable damage at
The Atlanta yfieily Consfitnt;Ou k
ioo wpII known to reeed nnVlntrHluc-
,i i , .( i . -i - - -
l ion here. It has wIdii its place .at th
i . .r h & i i i .
firpside of, the natioif as a model ; v(;ck
W iiewnarjer. . It rt?im1)erR on.it stff
some of the 'most famous jtnd' brilliant
writers of he dayand, 6h all public
gaestions its' i lanceis ever, in estito de
fend the rights of.thfc petplev It u the
aruocr tinri -mn;r iniinu v t rn 1 1 1 ! ion
(.1 fWI4 'liV'' 1 1 w
wetdiv newsnaner Htilis iel in -America
ijiving a cfrcu!atiojiof lqft,000, JaSd it
wee. it is, in jisetr aa
hv the nani
MiWiliine, a "ife aiifd tyo children, Xbe Coure.ttioual church, in which
..Providence tqwHMii' a nietiiiig of, the Christian Jiudeayor
vmK' s 1,a:.ri' - Society was being held, was wjecked
i"T W : andue Jady was killed and a number
IjiHge-CortntiiouersJ nooinson ,f . u re Were gerioujy injured. Bev
Sfr urriJJrr 7urJ erv.d other buildings were biown down
iteiCk where the Statesville hi the track of the storm.
raH-ssai.l creek. - N Wednesday D;tily Herald thus
fKi, Wktehe:iti. cituijy superln- complinieuted Mr. Earnest McKeiizie,
it.faltb, in his ter'ort to the of this city on his tiue reuditiou of the
t&vj-!bnD aistjo'iivr?, . Blonday, ays oios saug?by him . lit the Opera House
ilUrngsol ermaty nome h,r tncpoor. iuesday- inbut, as a meinber of the U n
MiJ,are;ai..in,goou sannary cou- ivefity Glee Clubt MThoecf ns-who
'f' - havekoown hitu sulongbad no idea he
.iaaddos.oa lhe. streets of Lexiug- velopediuW such a fine singer.
ja-JiSt Friday is ivyorted .tuThave bitten . . . r-A .. . - , t
i- . - 7.-. i , Every cinzeii of Salisbury a primd of
i'iT outulispofo;inT dogs, and caused . , . l .
aui..unt of, exvitenvent, before iaraucM aic.jxej.zae, Juy o.
kiiewaliiqN juiiU killed. i Fortu-j ne sang uii or inesoio. ior uieciuoTauu
s;!y ii cr.tm ;s reported as having sang tUett. lelldldiy. v'
rate'whjcii we .;'? ouf remlers can
get. theiiWeekly 06iiitnCiq au4 IheuV
uomn paper iiiuL ipue more man tn
cost of one paper, (Hereby 'getting the
news of their, mmi turn the news.oi
the'worhl eyery wJc fyr u yeajr at ait
iusinificunt.OuUayl . . ".,
Iu addition; to : this. eVeryv subscriber
i it.:,: .nJt-.-i. .".:
iu tins paper puu uv vUMSillaUUIVUii
der ourIubbing awjingeiiieiitjr will be
given an opportunity iqjviix some -nana
some pr.zes. j 1 8 - .
Alt these raatteti : are explained in
another colorani tlye merely call at-
ten nun to it uei e m- snow vur reattC'is
"what a liberal oHef, ve have to make to
them. These offera are niaile by our
arrahginent with tlfe Constitution, and.
only thse who3uberibe- for both pa
pers through this, oce, are entitled to
. - .. . . ; i -; U J .
take part in the contest
Ths k thei'M liberal clubbing
ouor anr nave everibeen able ..to: make,
-- S f t -
At the meeting of the Board b Coitn-
f!H.. liarkej of .patesuHe, diedify Conintissiouois Monday, thetinanc
jumiijn! U'hii,uhy; last Saturday; ,. ."1, hnVitiir ex..mitud tlie bi.oks
gttaeted siness.irc 11 uuivt the county treasurer,
and we feel; sure that it will prove im.-
meuseiy popular :wi(u our readers. 1
A Complimsatry .Letter. .
Mr. T. K. Brtmef, late Commission
er of Exhibits 'for; North Carolina a
the World's" Fair, jfis received a high
iy conipiinienfdty1ltter fr.mi the Cum
missioner of purest iy ofPranc who
1 I: -
wituesssd the North "Candina f forestry
whilst at Chiejiiio alnd who voluntarily
r 3 t 1 ft 1 1 t ..
wrote to Altvufutie lue ioii.vuig lei
ter It was writtia'ifi French but h;-s
beea transSaledfas follows : ,
1uieAi .of .FjOursjsY.
TlIIETY SINU CONSERVAiON,
R.j iv'4 in re ana whs wen know n as a
mi of ikblc (iit..it ,kiid4iear'ted and
fntr(ii.it)tiiur and appreciate d as an
U amfeajat'ee's&i ul "iust ruutotr of vmths.
;;.-!. ! ' - 'k:
.IHaalillaexs of p't ry a.few daj'Sx
Seiia If. I), Lei'iKii'd, of David.soircouu-
!j,diul atllits liomc in I .xington, Tues- j
tf, tlu-Sah i!Tsiiiiit,,of i!icumoni;i. ' lie
aiV'n tBt years; beeir oue icf the
nest ifiiiuiiient horse iradfci's iu thissec
lii of the Stute. hi ll' '
It j oiiod on the st reels S..ttir
th;.t ii iiiiMi naiiif d Gfe.ett was dan -
g?rouly hun by heial!iitgof a tree
iiLinivliileiit abopi""uig;'rt I.Mr.-
j'l..ct?,- "miuo , three
fzT- !'"r '.'fTcxa, pnUiijhrjs a
't'trla the Ciaicurd Sfcmiard advis-
friHids in N -tjh Carol iua "not 'logo
W'i i,,' .. it .. .: : '. -. '- 1.
'nioss tl ev bate means- -enotiuh
j ..-. - - ! -. - . - ' , , .. . .
.'e.t'n! 'or-at h-asfoiielir two ears.
vlKi here!' i &ei failure out I
t' aid V,.-t. '.' v ' ' . ,
for thp quarter ending the 2 id Feb.
I'l-porUd eyerthing . correct. Di-bur-suuteiiteweie
iu;ide hs fulioiv: For
generjif county purpose , $237.53; on
road account; $200.92; for s"upjkrt of
puor, ZOO GO. Sheiill Mt.n roe -.reported
t hat S 1 0,7(53 of t he t axes for 1S93
hadjjetn collected; and he was:, given
until the first Moudayn neJttJ month
to collect the .delinquent taxes-ue for
e.tr. N v. : -
Richard Hoops, oiv Missouri, the OJd-
i i est Wan of tho-Country. .
One of the oldest, if not the very
oldest, men in America Nlives "in a
ittle shanty on .the banks o: the
Osac river at Osafje City, Mo.;' ac
cording to the Cidcinnati Coaimer
cial Garotte. Fie is a negro, and hi3
name is Richard Hoops. '
According to the statements of
IIoops, which arc well 'supported by
accessible recprds,! he was born, in
Cbatb aa, county, il. C, December
20, 1770, and thus has completed his
123d year, .
Born a slave, he was taken to
Missouri by his owner, John 'P.
Hayden, whilo a mereboyy- A . few
years later hej was sold to the man
whose name hie now bears, and lived
with him near Vienna, Maries coun
ty, until the' emancipation of vthe
slaves" Since that time he has live'd
at Westphalia, but for the last tTven-
From ihe2f;flfwftwiPa that
Ar. Jas. II. G6ugt r died at Ihis I home
inRlnioii-i'll C.J ' ',. ! f
.--...,fc.,,mc.ouuua qi orn in"
i T 1
He lia 1 i for
o clock, aged 64 tears
jears Keen a great sufferer iroml asth
ma and dropsy and his death was not
unexpected. The landmark sayV Mr.
was a, native of Iredell Gimjity.
This is a mistake. The "deceased Was
born and raised in Kowaii, a fev iniUs
west of Chma Grove. Jle wjas eucated
Xr tlie ministry of 1 l.e Piesbyteriau
Church and warattending the theotog
ical sjnninflrxat theirlbreak: jpF ;tbe
war. ; He left the seminary and enter
ed the Confederate army N nd isefved
until the end of the' flrar. , lifer' I the
war h engaged in the prtjfesioloi
teaching, which he followed until for
ted by f ailing;health, a fewjejfrs ago,
td abandon rt. Deceased was a! . faille
f. Hoops is remarkably, weir, pre
served, and liveSrlonein his shanty i
He- fishes a grpaixdeal . for ! the big
: . . . . . -. ' '-..'
catnsn mat i;requej3tine; waiera qt
the Osatre, and is rver nappier ihdn
when 4ie can catch a big-'onc and
He is 'istiu able to do some wotx,,
and it wast only "a' few; years .since
maw ce cociraciea wim a larnier m
the vicinity of hisheme - to remove
the; stamps, dnd roots ofa qewiyr
cleared' tract! of land, y He fulfilled
his contraetldoing ali the work him-
His mind la still clear. on many of
the events- -that haDDened toward
tho close of tne last century, ande
recalls' wjth great pride that he' once
held the horse .of Gnu.. Greeno, nf
In appoaranci Hoops resembles a
mummy; his' skin looks like parciv-
men t, and , ho is toothless and hair
less, but his, step i$ remarkably linn;
and his eyes bright and clear.
lie has, the record of his birth.
and there is but little doubt that he
Is the oldest person in th.e country.
- - T RICKGj X2F THE TRADED
The Schem9 V4:i Npt Work Equally
, Well in Ail Case.
- ' Tho best story I eyer heard, " said
John Thomas to the St, Louis Globe
jjemocrat s jiMccrridor man, , is
vouched for byfCapt; Rivers, of the
Forth Worth; &.Dcnver railroad. A
Russian Jfebirew came to this coun
try and established a dry grxxls and
notion business. He was so success
ful that he
sent for his younger
started to educate him
In tho business. . The boy was slower
to learn-the ways cf the "world than
his brother had been, and the latter
somethnes grew inpatient. One day
he said: ' --x - - -
"'Now, scbusjL va!t und see how
clo. Bcro vais a lady.' .,
"The lady laskpd to see" stme silk, 1
. which Hva3 shovvn, apiece at two dol
lars a yard. ! ' . ;,. ' .
" 'But I saw come like it a few davs
uFmember of the'Pjnwbjfeanjchorcn'
rid the funeral was condtctei from
exercses being conducted b!v
tor, Rev JDr. Wood. The
Was at Oak wood cemetery.
r Morgantou Herald : From ia : cor
respondent aud frcm other jsources " the
HeYajd learus that - the daugtler of
'vX)torg'.vMllk," Pearson was driven to
Mimmit1 enV.in hn iL. - 1. ..IT . A ' j iv
vuiuunh Bullae uj ine in uu mari ireai
ment of her fatter. He did not clothi
her sutficiently, refused toive hersuf-
hcient food to eat andxmade h?r do a
man's hard manual labor.'kThe child
who was pnly fifteen years I oldvcom
plained that ihe wa3 tired, bungryand
sick all the lime and that she Was tired
of life. So on last Friday she went in
to the woods- and hanged herself with
a cotton shawl.
" Depart. delfiiE. Uoutb Saone, ago for one dollar and. fifty peats,",
v ES.ljH January 11, l,.)i. t t dqnd;doybt id, taJ1daf ;-but;
To the llouorablle Xutmnisioner o dot vr.s some daj-s a'o. 1 vaslselling
t Trottiaj brei ani IJjamess Hoises
! tDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14, AND '
h . - .. thxesday fkarvauy 15. . ... ,
- The creat combination sul- r.t
lug-bred Track, Saddle aud 'Tload
ior?S will L,ke place at Biak Rt.ahl-
at Raleigh, N: a, where 'abouj. CO head
uf the best ever offered at public sale in
the. South can be seepand booglit at
your own jiric; nfk j are' pledged to
a'jsoliite sale without reserve bid.
If you w'ant' a Staudanl4red -Stal-
uon mat wui certainlv sire trotters and
tine road horses you can get him at this
aie,as there wilt be m it ten or fifteen
good ones. r r . v ;
It you want a well-bred brood mare
ihat wil pull your carriage, your bug-1
gy, or your plow, and throw vtu a irood
colt every year. you can get W at this
sale. 1 : - ;-.-r - .-, t A
Ityou want a well-breil one to rxAd'nr
anve, inat yoi can tiust vour fiinily
nvu, tuu. van set, il ai t nis sale. .
I "If you wanta' well-bred mire that is
well broken to mitiiess, that is hand-
scMUe and stylislf; that x-an mad teu to
twelTe miles an bottr anddo it it, good
style, she! will be irtHhe sahW '
" If you are waritini? a vouni? Stauilard-
bred mare, Stallion - or gelding fora
race hoisef or Ht'- f'oa I - bors, or - for
ojeeuing purps come to this sale and
you Can get it, ; aUd at a - reasonable".
'The descendant of the greatest
hoiies that the wbrM has produced will
oe m inis sate, anu you can, uere at
your own home, get a3 weil-bred Stal
lion, mare, filly, colt or gleding, as you
can, anywhere;: in this wide world.
Come aud select oue buy at your ovn
price the descendants of the greatest
Morgan sires on earth, Daniel Lambert
itud Ben Franklin; or, if yon prefer
Bambtonian blood, then select-from
the produce, of his 'great sous and
grandsorii?: Electioneeii, Abl al lab
J 5 vJorge.vYIikts Egotist reconl 2.22i
SeHisz,2,2i; ApsedG. 2:10; Nor
val, F.14 tiKLMONT SSeS, and Ai
MONT 33, with 8SJ descendants th it ae
St mdard performers in 2.30 ITstNut-
wood, 2.18 with 340 Stand trd per
formers in 2.30 list. Emperor Wilkes.
2 203; Empire Wilkes, 2.20; Guy Wi'-
kes,215; William L. sire Axtell, 2.12
General Hancock, sire Victor ila. ui,
3.21 J; Allie Wilkes, 215; Red Wilkes,
sire 87 in the list: Madrid, siro 10 in
the list, Bourbon Wilkes. 42 it toe list,
and the great Onward, 2 25 f lie rank-J
inc sirfe for his ae. 82 in 2 30 list at 18
unuco otates, Deiug tour land three-1 years old. The Wilkes fatnih is the
quarter miles long, and costing J14,- j greatest tor preducing uniform speed
COO 000 I landinegreit sire, u forge vises, itas
j i,ooo aeseuaauis mai are siauaare per
The descendrnis of other good and
great horses will be in this sale, Mich as
Frauklin Chief, Helville Chief, Uuhert
Medium, Victor Bismrk,' Messenger
Dnipc. VoluuteerjHaijpy Medium, and
Mr. Shelby JT. Harbion, of Leqing
ton, Kentucky, consigns 18 high class
vyeil-bsed ones, mostly of. "the Great
i 1.: -t', - -
- . . i 1 v i - r . , -
...v,.?, f,.. -y. .-r- ; L :: Mt:-,:.r-... iH - .-y: : -j
""-, ; M ' v- -i v- - - ' f-- 1
watch lM jv.::
-. -"- , y- . . - , K V"-:,,.-
!. '..":--s. . : !- - :- j-.- f: :-! !'- LOk .;?it.fj-i
'. ' i ' :','--V- ; :. ' 1 -'i - -Ji.-M .'
-r -'--''--- " .'' ! - . j ' ! .'i:.C4'.':i?
v. ' ' - . - - i ( - - ' 1 , j .
r-'' . Are You Nervous,
Are vou all tired out4 do vou! have that
tired feeling or sick headachy? You ban
be relieved of all the.se ' sy'uiptoms ' by
taking Hood's Sarsaparil fa, Which ives
nerve, ineutal and bodily itrejijjth'aud
thorughly purifies; the blood. 1c also
Creates a good appetite, cures indiges
tion, heartburn, aud dyspepsia- ;
The Hoosac tunnel, in Massachu
setts, is the longest tunnel in the
Jaeware of Ointments for Catarrh, that
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of mell and completely : deranire
j j4lie whfje; syem When' enlerinig t'
tnrougn" flie mucous surfaces, buclt
-articles, should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physiciaijts'
as ti e iiamage they will doj is ten iou!
fo the good you jean possibly . derive
fro ji them. Halls Catarrh Cure
manufactured byt. J, Cheny & Co., C.consiug.s7thatarethetqiialiii breed
ifiecio, u., contains no mercury; and nn an
1. Subscribers who do nofe- give -
Wilkes Family. Mr. W. X. Ken ne- prtss notice to the cout rairv are couaid-
3.. i. J 1.11 L' l?.: l"t I. XT I 1 - ... . " :'
ered as wishing toeu.(tui;e tnnr ut-
dy, Cedaf Dell Farm, Falling Creek, N.
theSUteot North ICan-iiua : .- dose goods at dot brice until yestcr-
n Honorable Sir. ill was appointed by venwe rot vprd dotal the sill;
I c - r ,!, ! 't! it vorcis In China vas dead, und dat
the. Minister ofAg'.culture of.lranee 3 viI1 CQst two doV
a Commissioned toahe Columbian Ex- iftr?nr,ivJ I
Jf fiti stff, r nrth ,'d.?p psiji, kidney
JfXlivrr :.-'n'j.I.i!s,t o should I send
P K. R Ci.aijniati'; Liv.:r Fills.
r..ut.-,i to cure or pav. ln-
vai relief. Wi!
Vick'sJfloral Guide. j
- JIessi-s. Jas. Vick's - Sons' Floral
G ulde, for 1 804, is received and, as an
illust ration of the great progress made
I in recent years in the art of color-print
ing, it is a perfect gem. It is hand
somely bound in a chaste coyer of goid
its novelty pyges printed in eight dif
ferent colors, and its many new und
beautiful engravings, is indeed, a won
derful work of art. W'.e have , ordered
garden seed from Vicks for a number
of years and have always found' theni
viii 11 ill 'Jin 11 1J 1 j
position at Chicago:. My studies wen? 1 The lady! was satisfied and pur
directed, especially I. to the suhi ct of chased tho silk. ' .
; " i . V t il --r L ' t .1 i
. . 1 . 1 - - ixo.v yau see now api vas uone.
o incuitiiic. ;!- I T . t..v1 IL
Ii 1 I'L 1 1 -
u is a amy ana pleasure .10 eipiesMhs . no sid t0 his brother.
to you.iny great ml juration of the bean- i "The hidy entered and asked for
tit til collection exhibited bv the State, tape. The young man wasall atten
tion, ana the: ccsirea article was
inaii.KS iow nappy arrange- 'How much?' tho lad V asked
. . ... - , . . , 1 . .. "
ment. aul one vert pleasing to me eye, 1 'Ten cents a yard
i.re it I - 1.;. . I 1 it htti , v. 1
eacu uiuereuti' species was miuwu iu i . v uy, 1- tawufuo mr ciLrui
is taken internally, acting directly up
on the blootl Jindmueris surfaces of the
vvsleni. In buying II all's Catarrh Cu e
be sore ion get genuine. It is by F
J. Oheney s t.o. j testimonials free.
aScldby.DruggiBtg, T5c. ' j
, lieid Miriie and all
. I SeHid or If circular
f !1' fTI - titer
M4a Sirt Charlotte, N, C.'
iVBulah Jloi rc. cf. this citv. . lias
roonria her handsome residence,
Mrwt, und Mrs! Chw; 'price has
Aed. it, for the u4ofth 'bau6htr8
lJ King." The furaitttre is part otthe
7"Mumwascnt;to thiei;o to fnr-
in.....:. . - !...;
jv.aiomissjrooui iu me S'nto's
just as. rep itseu ttd liesli and ; reliabie
atidUwe cau oafely assure our readers
that if they want honest goods,ias Cheap
as tle. cheapest, they will da iwellr to
seiidlOdpents to James Vice's SoSs,
Rochester, N.. Y., for . their t "Floral
Guide which uUo contains ; a cata
logue and price list, of seeds, bulbs,
plants, etc. As the 10 cts. wili be de-
ducted from your first order tlie
"Guide" will really cost you nothing.
Send vour orders! ,
?'Ut the Wurjil's Fair.
v:$' V'iR -'-es A- 6s to Pay
theiU;m i.ublijtJiHirthis paper aud
iu : i);ard to the
a;g tiit aoogi-i fur his wif be-
aii ,u tfi. .. "... - 1
Snft, 1 V" 5 KOt me
)4 ?"'Y iefutation "of said
f atul velaa y give -him the space to
Miners ndiurnig iunk" dealers
Pi register all iMiclespurcW
W ' m ithe date of the pur-
'U?. f.iTHjlliwa-.of atjh peice of
t)e naifcf ihi rersifrora
CS!1"'I lVe,y "h5' "so purchased
l.;n "q Ufulvy are peiniitted lo
U ,m1 Lt t,iefts window
- l)It. 11?etu, aHU.les of
1 Ot .( 1....!
'fl llll f 1 r. . - . 1 !
""i.niiymrre hi lh
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ie caof this newordin;
About three weeks ago, says the
Landmark,-a maB calling himself Hen
ry Spearman applied to Mrs. M. v E.
Gaither, of Hamiony,Jrtdell county,
for. work. He was given employment
an the farm. Last jbuuday Mrs. Gaith
r, and fatniry weut to church- but as
Spearman did not. Want to go he was
h-U alone at the house. When- the
family returned Spearman was gone
us was also $15 or $2J in cashf a- suit
of clcthes worth about $25 ai d . some
other articles of minor value. T' One of
Mrs. Gaither's sons is at school in
tatesville aud the other, Dr. F. 13
Gaither, was away from home, at the
time. Word as sent to State?ville to
look outforopearman but at! last ac
counts he had not been heard of He
was a stanger in the poinmuuity whem
einployfd by Mrs.' Gaither. ' I -
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- Japanese Liver Pellets are 'small, but
three distinct eouiartuietits, a: jho-lCons''
IriiriL- tvitl-i hurt- ?i nhruT
i . - . 1 . dot vas some days- ego. - Shust to-
'.I dond doubt it, madam; but
tograph of the
dinary condition, .irjid a sampleof the j Yas dead, and dere would be no more
ta'peless as twenty cents a yard. -
tre in the growing or- day yo haaiv dot all do tapSvorrns
timber of about tliree feet long, six in- tar
ches thick, and -wilth of ten, showing '
the grain ooth, in tjie rough and polish-
A 'Great-Niece cf Gn. Jackson.
T TTJl M T 'jj
f ?t-. '!- I uircie; .is .tnc great-mcco 01 rresi-
wmrt..w; the age an:l Jackson . savs the WashWbn
giriliL tree, its rlocaliiy, post. Her, father was Mai. DonH-
at the lower
Mze of the on
and the- soil upon J which, iKgrew. , A j son, who was a nephew cf Mrs. Jack-1
limp exlnbitediiherange of Uie-bies. sonir She was so much of an invalid
Th& n,..M,.1 bl,,r' coF;cfM. that being unable to undertake Vhe
, , . f 1: . v. - r i'i I arct uous" social - duties, she invited
aw HT".lerr,,u "f- hericphewls. beautiful wife to assist
bernianin search material, I her.'And it was at the white'house
But the" ihiiigforwhich. 1 cannot that Mrsy7ilcox was born, inth6w
sufficintftii-inVioii wnii' tliineious- same roomi'hich was the scene1 o
; : . - .;. . -1 ' ..- i Mrs.- .Harrison B-death. ' Sh& was
uesn wuu wuicn u was ai ways receiveo n .. . . T ; i . . j A u u
u iu 4. ; ! I j -. V i . : President Jackson s petand deUb
both ly yourself a.nd the attendant, in IIcr husband was Congressman John
charge Of thiji:exhtbit. You gave me A. Wilcox, cf Mississippi, andiiri6
all . the juforiualion , I desired and to his deat h she. has occupied a position.
All persons having claiuislagainst E!iz
abcth Lingle, dee'd a;e hereby utiGelto
exhibit the same to me on or before the
lOtli day of February 1895. This Feb.,5:h
1894. L. W. LiXGLE, Adm'r.
Tlieo. F. Kluttst, Aty'. j ofE Lingle.
- EXECUTION SALt.
By virtne of an execution; issued out o
the Superior Court of Rowan county on a
Judgment in favor of Tobias Kesler
signing' David Casper. I will offer at pub
lie sale at the Court House door in Salis
bury, on Monday the 19th day.of Febru
ary 1S34, it baiiiR Monday of Court, t
A true of l&nl as follows: adjoining
the lands ofGeO. HilK Henry Kesler,
Tobias Kesler Calvin Pool and others,
containing uboui 97J acres beiuy; in Prov
ideuce township being the tract of land
where David Casper now lives. Jan 13 4
J. M. Monroi?, Sheriff
By It. P. UoSEMAN, D. S
your kindnesSi ove mjTich" for die books 'f :FXTm w H?r
i, . u .. 1 . . - M.-vLH-htor M !3s-Mjir.v 7ilcox. is verv
and papers' published 4y your State.
Conservator of Foi-ests.
arronnished" and "is" nopultr' In
. , . ' A7 - - w - . .. .
ieu, uear sir, assur- society.
m . i J iff . - - . j I
auce ol my remembrance of aluthese
favor, smd ffi tni ninst rlilIiitriiiiihMHT
eonsidHiMtm,. : IRVrKTPa iue-u,u,u j racjcripj u.u-
s . . - ranm nor lnsimitter 01 u luutisu unto'
tion antL a sharp answer
4tThereVnow, is ray'newpicturel
nitum ..fu rf . j m A I A L- frAm ll I . '
."...v. , Jiv V"IV UnVA UUIU IU'; ill . 1 .
, - - 41 il . .. . . . case ci an muure.
wiuiout a cent Ue had a large-family
and he went to. work.
Km .ii.-- . . ' " herer.now, is roy;newpictt
High ;PointE!ierprisei There is a said". a y'o a rig pain ter';. to ! a fri
man living near High Point who taW 'What!s tbe matter with that,
no inleifet ill knyljiing excepilhis home ? " 1 K;nov,-.-answered
Like th n;ith'hf !iHpfi.ihf. liuV,,i I Sax FkaxCISCO. Jann-iry 30. The
1 .. I it. - . . American hip Louisiana is out 204 days
ed since the War, ifnd takes ntQ interest 5fw YoW anJ underwriters ar
in COUlitv. State or. n atinn.-:! .-Tu'ir w nnvi'tKr 30 nor cent to reinsure her.
. ' . r -iT . . x l!r-c, . , ....
Ufi .. -.t..;-.:LL' i:X .. , . Tho UritLsa shio Soman IS aiso otb uw
lien eiecuou uuie comes - arc tlHd tie if" irr r:,,?. W1th a valuable cargo
is deaf to all rhtfiaties nf hi Uftoa. She is out eiarhtv-four days, anl
iu wuu . tun... tuc uits IHIH'U ; 111SI
LaUrippe Holds the llecord-
Atuks&w January . 0. jnaoerB 01
rt'Urre An fl SIilp
has raised ; his
children and has! plenty to do hiui ; ifi
i nis worm -i
great in1 their effects: no griping: 50 pus wutn;,j Htfriial ;. or external
deaths from inllueiiza have occurred
Johnson, f Mpetic Oil kills r:Jl here, and many prominant oiats arc
. j :Yoi cannot - k
f3H n hopetobewellj
g iL, JlHJrAJp is impure, g
mnf hinnsi t Tmn. A. ttrm nnmiM u a. a. s
OtnrniKrhlw rlKtnw th vtlm. nmOTt all U&-:
punties ana otaia you up. Aumtnaaui
"by its usa. It is the best blood remedy on earth
f 1 uousands who nae usa say so. 1
5 M blood was bldlr powmed last year, whicfc nr
ra.UA nt tAmr mil: aenAStaat SOUrci
of snrtrmi; noappeiwo, Boeajoroiemoiuict iw ."--rx
1 j . M txouf nt me nntout. luerau
Vt?t23 ranedr for hloocf diseases-
Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free-
SWIFT SPECIFIC n Atlanta.ua.
m 1 . I . .
xnd individuality or any that ever
went, to a sale. Amonj' them is a ereat
son of Egotist. 2 22. sire 10 in the list, continnance of tier
2. It the subs .
a the "rtt-pt'i'-'-iiiiral,
by Electioneer, 146 in the list, out of
Sprite, 3 in list, by Belmont 64. This
son of Egotist is out of Lucina by Cuy
ler, 14 in the list, etv 'A daughter of
Madrid and one of Editor,' hot h grand
daughters ot George Wilkes, 3 beau
tiful fillies, oi e by Norval. 2.14 and
two by the great Pamico; 2.104;.
The Messrs. Scales, Liyrdvitte, Va.,
consign thegrert bred Stallion, Prince
Belnost, 3,87S, s'or. of Belmont-64
out of a daughter of the great Nut
wood. 2 182; with 120 in the 230 list,
and good sons and daughters of his out
of mares by Pilot Belmont, Messenger
Duroc and other good sires1.
Oeconeechee Farm, a?d Fair View
Farm, and the estate of the late Con
sul General A. D. Jones, and' others,
make valuable cuis-iintnents. A nioug
thtse is a son 01 Pamlico, 2.1, a
grandsod of William L, sire of Axtel,
2.12. Jolly Eriar has in it two
great sons, standard and registered,
re;dy for service. Franklin Chief
will have tliiee beautiful daughters in
sale one 'of them 'si ruce hor.-e. There
will Ije in it alst. a good son of Nor
folk, sire Miss N-rlson, 2 17 rut of a
Wiikes mare. . .
Conie t) the sale and'get what you
want at your own price,, a all cata
logued must add wiif be sold to" the
highest bid. Sales to commence 11 :30
A. M. each day. ' Send for catalogue
giving breeding and description v of
each animal to ie kold. Addie,
.H. P. WILLIAMSON,
Faiaview Farm, LUleigh, Nl C.
All persons having claims avainst
Thoraas Earuhardt, deceased, are hereby
notified W exhibit the t-ame to me en or
before the 26th day of January
All persous iu'debted lo said deceased
arc requested to make immediate- pJ
meut. This Jan 20th 18i)4. ,
. S. A. Karnhaudt
Adm'r.. of Thos. K.u nhairdt.
Theo. F. KJutiz, Au'y.
publisher may toutiiiut
until all arrearages are
3. If subscribers lutglect or refu-f
to take their periodicals from the '.' -lice
to which they are directed, they
aie- responsible until they have settU
their bill and ordered them r' seen tin
ned. 4. If 'the sp.liserilHrt'M move u otKr
places withont informing the iuWii
er, and paper" are eiit to the furti-r
direction, they sr lie!' responsi
5. The cotu.ts i;-. ve i - tlm re
fusing to take periodical from the i
f ice or removing w . !-?( $ them
unca'led for, t V una 1'itcic cvldi-jj
of iuteiition.il fiaui!.
6. If Kuiiscriljers pay in Mtivwiice !:.-
arc bound to give notice Ut pubiisini
at, tlieeud of their time, if they io iut'
winh to continue iakrng it; otherwise
thl; publisher is authorized to send it
and the subscriber will be respon-i -it
until an Ci.j'ie.s notice with pavmeuP
of all arre-ir-i.""' i sa!it- to the pwi;tn-.
The last i Ia5 uci. it.: ' .
newspajier puiitsl.et cn ' r?-si rjx .
oiie for fraud-who ukrs p -tr: c.
refuses to-pay for it. Lndet thiA iurv
the man ho llot ' hi -itenptfinj
to run along for oni tim unpaid ad ;
then order the po'tmaj.tr to cml t'
"refused" nd ha 'ptfc;! car yes-.-.
notifying th'pabiih.T lt h.-X r i
lilable to arre t Au4-lift't-sV ;ls I1 V
. ... . . - 1." ' j
the! I, esc. ' .
Of Hoixt' Sarse.panila j ilwi "
the btiiiiiwf re..on btr;i.; ii ''irw.
alwaxs uppta'- to ; i-s'ciM-i , yum
ol ti.inkii.it people t?eiii(. :t'U;iT-i.e.i:
it i always iu KMffMu?jri;itei i.j "i
t.inents b'.T. . ie "ih.e- -titiaavUi. 'v;
wcuid aw.jied wltii'Ul a u'oEj--,
beitatioii - . . !
9i n9 V--v ft
ce.i25 cts.' .gold at Edwin CuthiellV dd at Elwid CuUrell's.
inclnded amonj the victims. One 01
thevc, whose! deaths are reported in
Koronaios, was-" a notable ggv.'. e va. the
Cifctaa rebellion in 1868. .
Being the largest, is the djrect reeulf being the.
Ktt n-nnd'i Keeda are knoMr-And rown la
every Btata la the South; ai'feBO'.vledged to be
the best for garden, rarm ft Celd. bend tor
vci.i'. SmA liook. it ts pet a mere catalogue,
but a reference book of the greitrtt valpe, con
i.,ninnlrni Infnnnaf ion t'O.h, for the trccjccr
aai piautertlogeilier v Uh tail i-articulars abootj
V fc.itrj-o for Is-1 1 f "lh ?nh actions for (
r-Ecttor Stmr aJo4ecrtp.
vt Isiiirrw sii-tri,x-n invaluable
anrf ti.a laujst DOvetticai for gar-..
daa and farm. Write for It, &nl ci:rreut prices of
anr Grass Clorer, or other l '.ea tfeeng reqairea. 1
Send your orders dirert, if your merchant doe '
r. Jy", tWO 4 S0XS, Seedsmen. Richmond, fa.
This o,uvhU;ii f 'iicu beaid rt:.i nvar;y ,
r oitr-ii UMMnsueied. ; . , .
Il is ot a'lUaiyH-WMenro'VTed, 's- it
should be. that the occu cu of iilrteu-'
lr aiul iriiiability is oftcu to letou:id UT
thepbvsicial conditon of the peiM iis nf
feCted. Whatis the iiilf ot tryii; to;
liMiinuntte" auiuu wliuex; liver bit
bark rn hiiuT If a unm i ioit urttl v. ,
rheanratiMiv.howcan h1eexitrHMUo te,
affabte and agreeable? au a o unnoid
ihspepiicbe expected tt be ct.er.ui aa
niwavt, ready to tell a fiaiinv .tjt o r . -1" E
only "way to remove tb4 diCietihy is tit
i . . V.. .......... Tl it riit.-.ira Ai It
IW aii 1 us win", " ;
i m pure blo4 and liver trouble ieio .
1Jo. 1'i 8rapfill; this . ! v i :
rttettive tn nqnTm 1. a W--' U -,
ger, aia a r'tuue oi dcu..U
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