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Car. Una. . '-V.atchman
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J; TO-HcKEKZlE, Ed'r and Prcpr'
Or e"ar iii aJ vatu-e. . . i .'. - - - 4 -h.ie
. : i X S .. - .fi :,irJ.,11iihnrv 1 '
Object Lesson In; Politics, ;
Correspondent CbarJoUg Qtes jiirer. : t ;;' .. j
Superintendent addressing a jiew re-
crutei " w?e iuc juu'mco. rrr t
Willum Jones, alhls Wlium rf-tersou,
V7Him KrrVwii. tl;w u miani
Thiympson,xonvietpd of areenj AVha
X VJIl CSDA Y, Mai cl. 15, 1&S4, .
Ihe Essence of Dftaiagiguery.
i i ii
ii - : .-L 1 riti
)-u Jtfr, i he Kclv of Ueprev
i v s ( an .ii, of Jill noise; 'HUtf-irbwii
iiiii ihffMfhi in nther cafe, the
W v . " -
r .rjt io tlie iiiii.d of wn" lionat hum
if-iwt i)V. n titter iet-liaigof jdisjjust and
ni.-4ain for .the KItr"ujuery, the sliame
TJT,a .iclniiiliii win. aiii3 the" cTowii-rikht
H;'fiu'ss'of- hiai : w.ieked detuigo-u-s,
lid e friends vt Uie people, who resort
t tli ipiftaii 'lor the purpose of crca-
' in L!ie public unod distrust and ha-
1 red Cuanf the true friend of Hie peo-
U-ihi JK mocratic party. They are fair
.iiv present af-tSVof Satan a n da re ser vi u
! fm Uvtl iii liw i ceaseless war agitiust
'j:.u.t.ifU6(i Honesty. "
ThVlIavvah ins are now a civilized,
i h'rfs'aiu pfuple, and the. fact U, a few
AmeKC.iu' sb-ionruera atvuDng Ihenj,
backed -by' IIrrison!s jippq";ntej'unuiv
"ter Sieveii!?, and his a4.nied jiiariiiers, did
ivrnsfc . Hi? croverii merit of the llaw-
.. -. o
iiiinan? froni thevr queen, and Presi
Jent Cleveland learnilig Jl e-e fact
iroin Etcords m Wqshihgt n left by
the ojan he succeeded, could only i'a
j.iHwe and honor, do just as' he has
-mo. e' , He lu-s s-inipy asked .both par
ties concerm-d at" Hawaii to fettle the
inatier justly and lionoruli( which
w-aiild h;tve been to Jet 1 he ,1000 na
live tawiias decide 1T- th'tyuselves
who Vjio'uld' rule tliwu. But the 5,000
Dr Gt30(j iVireguers tht e wl.o "believe
. they have the Uppub'.kan rartyxif the
; United Stales to back them refused
to do jhi;. Accordii to intern
tioiTal Iav i.nd iisae Mr. Cleveland
could da no more, lie has used no force
' meiisuref, khd-havitig done all he-could
honorably do he has-left the matter to
V . in j i ... ' K.t.-il ii.:..
oe seiutu uy vonnees. wiiui nn?,
and his endeavor ;l-o stop pension frauds
: j as bet'n held up as a utuq er, al
id st a tr l or, anta denouncea us au
ennny of his own people. One h;ison
iy to read tlse procnedings-of Congn ss
- iioW-to see how terrjbly mean ire the
hany aliases ?
t pretty tough
WASHINGTON LETTEH.' i "!ant P:ir 'nJT1?
- ! I h ive a Riorum by - s;np!y iiltending
the sessions of the House; but- tifjs
seems to have been eotirrly oyerfo -ked
.y some of tjiem. -.r i . ;
is stealing is a
are you doing with so
You must have been
fellow." VMS! "
unjt charge. I m anpnest twan. i
ell you 'bout deiilalus?. Lat w lec
tion businessryouiknowl Aly iiamiuy
ust belonged to ftMf a,,d ''
longed to a in(iU llained feterson.
Den when hiamrny wraa sot ,arn . sue
oak up wid a Brpwnnd deli wid a
Thompson. So yuu see.ibo I come
honest ly four najtne5.i jj one pay i.
lieaves'gome to our uquse ana-wueu uk
seed me be s;iysJS i4Boyf whats your
name?' I says: B?ss, ory Ch risen name
is Bill,, but I glit foul; othejf names.
People tails me by the ;3ame pi Jones
and Peterson an4jBrokn andi Ttiomp-
How old isjyouM says IK Bout
twentyV says 1. 'You'l-e n foo'says he.
'Whari your iuHmmy? ' I
So main my cqme ojiien ae nciuMs.nu
he says : 'Old wijmade Democrats js
trvinir to fraud tie Publicans outen d
old nori aiu
mmy says: 4 reckou so, boss; if you
mean ho harm.1 Den he tells mammy
how, if she'd gree toj s,t.th ijp bout de
ige, he'd send me roiind to lour places
an hab my fpur, f nHmes registe l
and den I eo:ild jride round to (all four
places in a day and vblein the name of
is boj stwenty one years
iu't he oill woiuHni?1 An
President Cleveland "hasftccording
to information frotua Ijuxtworthy
source, Msilively refuel to act as me
diator between the democrats of tlie
Finauce"coin mit tee and the democratic
gators who have been fighting for
radical changes in live tariff .bill, in
ordi-r to protect certain industries in
their States. When aked to do so he
is said to h ive indulg-d in sonie very
la'in.ig-i ' concerning cu i-
:isais whicti 'democratic 'SHtrs.. Iwve
made upifi the floor of the Senate, aud
elsewhere about his alleged tnterlfcrence
with the legislative, branch -of the gov
ernment, ami to have expressed sur
prise that he should have been asked
to have anything to do with the ra it-r
What Secretary Eok3 71X1 and 'Sea-
ator 21. C. Batler Say of ihe Xemocrat
Cbarlotte News. . . -: ": , '!!
When the vesliUule tr .in ! arrived
lat. night it h id on bov.d Hon. Hoke
Saiilh, Secretary of the Iiitenior.
was.iKcnpying the State room in he
fcleejier, and wheu Charlotte Wa"reticti
ed be slipjied on his shoes and idtpped
on the ground to meetjand talk with
his North Caroljn i cousius. !
' A New.vrreporter grt a Vpuinbn
the Secretary, after so long a time,
and asked liim "what of the j nigiil"
mi ' J 'il. .T ' - ". !..' ' -
ter. 1 nis is in accora wiui uiy uuuer- around Wi tsi linston. He reidied:
"Althougp the way matters hnve
standing of one of the reasonsfor the
President's hunting triprHe wished io
te -away from Washington while the
democratic senators were agreeing upon
the tariff bill, and was both Surprised
bed! going puts the Democratic party
in an unenviable li;rht I believe every
thing will s.ving.arouad right I befoie
7T:i 4o)ei ic,n postjOce was iittf'ia
operation in 17f0. X tst xyear the e
were 4,471 hiiles of mail routes and 67,
y& postoQces. The revenues of ihe de
parlment fver i $70,930,470. V There
-veie-iarr ed 2,800,000,000 letters.. 'pre
world's an u ual n 1 ai I co m prUes,8,t)00,
000,000 letters ajid 5)U,oi)OQO pa-
pers. jHs;ou iraveuen u
Y - 1
the tariff but, and was iKtn "surpriseu verv loiig.-.ue Deniocrats. uill juss
and djssapointed when he returned to y,e VYilso' lijjl, , the; .seiguorage ..bill!
find that an agreement had not been lind do aometUiii' 'for "the currencvl
i-eathed, feelings probably shared by .Tliey already reju-aled' the' Federal
ninety-five per cent of the democrotic ectiou iiws; ai,d roua this on, ! the
party. Deniocrafs wilt make the It'p;udicans
It seems difficult to convince the re- dt) most -f tle talking, while they will
publican beuators mat they ao nor,pos- be lf,uVt on,y o jug their pUt-
Jones and Peterson) and Irqwn and
Thomj sou. " Sure nfugh, bjs, I went
round and v oted at all four oh de places
and I dohedat Very jectiofi n.ow for
de last'two or three, j o, bbss, l'se no
rogue. Mr. Reaves sj a bi ljnan and
he lowt'd I was one of j his iht hand
men of 'lectiou times, fwhen. do colored
folks hnd to lotfk sjurp t kpep deni
down-de country 'Democrats from
cheatin us outeri out fivedofn. iNotsay
in, boss, but what youse up in this coun
ty is jest as good as you kiif be to col
ored folks. ' fj. Jf ! i I
sess all of the oai liamentary knowl
edge and skill in that body, but they
were very cleverly outwitted by the
democrats this week in a scheme of
their own putting up. A 'republican
caucus decided to spring the immedi-
ite consideration of the Bland bill for
:he coinage of the seigniorage, which
oassed the House 1. st week, on the
THE &rJWCAN PLOGRAMME
For the Next National Election.
A VVashingtoti city special in last
Friday's Clmrloite 0bserrei says: - The
llepubljciiii prograuiiiie,' about which
P0 much is being' written in .the dark,
- j about us follows, so far as I can gath
er from an 'inside source:- The plan
comprehends a Jan in-faced campaign.
In, the So .th aiij Weit fre coinage
documents are to be Iavihly distribut
ed. In tire IhHt anti-five coinage
speeches and documents are contem
plated'. In the fornitrsectioi s no deliverances"
against the tariff reform are to be cir
icuinlated except in .manufacturing dis
' tricts these pretty freely. Oue 'inin
. ion .,two hundred thousand copies of
i lteed's tariff speecii are co'ntraded for
and are being printed here for circula
'lion in the E istern State;?.' '
" The programme! furthei- provides for
fusion between the Populists and Re
publicans South on this idea: the ior
iner; in States like North ; Carolina, to
- be encouragd to capture the Legisla
ture, the Republic ;in- to recieve ail in
the congressional districts from Popu-
' lists. In districts; where th Third par
ty is striMigest the Republicans will
support the jiopulist congressional tick
et; iri districts where the Republicans
are strongest tliejrepnbliean ticket. The
pemcKTKts from Alabama seem to think
that a despratt struggle will take
place there4heir election comes first in
.the South, in the month of August be-r'.-1
ween the fusionists, composed 'of Kol-
! bite or irregular Democrats, old Tiiird
partyites and a Small section of Repub
licans', mostly white men, and the white
and bl k Democrats largely in the
hlack belt. ! The4inti-administration
ists say t hiit to endorse Cleveland wordd
be to destroy all hope of success; They
: propose to nomin.i'e a silver man, Job n-
stou, uii a straight free coinage plat
form, "j The Cleveland men hope' to
. nominate-Repcek'iitjitive Oaies,"a mHl
rrale silveritiv The result is in doubt.
That negro is four olf, Richmond
Pearson's twenty-tive thousaivl that(he
says) were cheated put of their votes in
the ninth district. ,Iie suttled; in Bun
combe ar.djf he doti't vote at Asheville
and in Sandy Jush, Leicester iitd Fair
view townships Pearson will lose four
votes for Congress. lalav le Pearson will
lose five, because it! must -be tiis vevy
negro that's sailing under1 false colo-s
and registeringlat IBlack Mountain as
Z. U. Vance. I kiiW it it,'-(ld Zeb,"
because he's registered in! the books in
Charlotte as 'bulon B. Vance'.' as
i I i f. , 1
big as John tlunCock's (name to the
Declaration of indepeudehce. Sjjiueold
fellow once said: fKo thief e'er felt
the halter draw with gootl opinion of
the law." "Tljem s the sentiments'' of
Pearsous outraged cohyict. Li don't
blame both of ihem forgetting angry
and "cavortin'f a Htte aJout. this new
law that curtails their rights and ruins
their prospctl. if i
form pledges. ' : ! !
Mr.Sinith was returning from At htnta
to Washington. He has been ltCn)me
ten days. 011 private business, and says
the trip South was beiiefi-i d to bm in
a pJiysici.ii way. j
When theC C, & A. train arrived it
had a pisssenger also bound for Wash
ington, who made very congenial icom
Senate, counting upon the votes of the, p:inv fur tjie Secreta!-y of the Interior,
populists, and upon-forcing the silver He was Senator M. C. Butler, of S -u h
democrats to choose between tariff and j Canlin.u S-uator Butler was on his
silver, their idea being to ktep the 1 retU(-n from E ketield. where he nude
Bland bill before the Senate for an 1 a rosing speech 011 Monda.
defiuite pericxl, in order to prevent coi:-j k.Wl)ilt (lo vu t,lil)k nf ,,ie ptll;tici,
sideration of the tariff bill.. The dem-; s:tuaioil in y0iir Stilte Sjuator? asked
.1 I B ll " II - i
ccrais learneu 01 inis programiue auu i ti,H reporter.
gave the repuUicans a surprise they j i.Ve. uolitics in South C.irolin 1 is
have not yet recovered from, by taking ui deci Jelv better than it was h
the initiative in getting the Bland bill !f;JVV ,u,ltu :1 " 'ri,r..i
before the Senate, S.u.tor Voorhees , recoVt.ril Vi from their frenzv land
stating that as it would probably bellman i irr .duallv 1 .si:.o- his Win.
about ten days before the tariff bill ; T m )le a ,h ,G a u m) f l t
1 p il. f. u k.. a . 0 t
novv ueiore me urn rinaiue tuuimii
ree) would be ready for the considera
tion of the Senate, and that that time
w. .s ample for the disposition of the'
Bland bill. Senator Shtrman m idean
ineffectual effort to have the Bland bill
sent to c mimittee.
Senators Vest and MePherson made
personal explanations in the Senate
this week concerning- charges made
against them, in a New York puper, of
Wjrgt evltfy one to read th ad
vertisenient of Simmons Liver Result
tor. We have never said on- word in
faviir of anv parent aedu-ine adver-f
tisment in our Cidunm8, but ---having
given Simmons Liver Regulator a, fai
trial, we do not hesitate to say that, for
Dvspepsia and ffieneral debility it can
not be excel led.'f Fred M. Childs edif
tor "News," Ke 11 ton, Ohio.
, l! , . - r
Whatever may be the en use of
blachiug the hair may be restored to
to its orgiual cohir by theme of that
p ! en t remedy H ji's Vegetable Sici
Hair Recewer. ,1
It. 0 Taylor iMHrfreesbdTo Tcnri.,
.writes have, "nsed:' the - J ipane?e
J?ile Cure with great satisfaction and
succes.,r .Sold b v' Ed win " Cuthrell.' )
Aunty VVhat a lot af pnttj; dolht
you have. j ; '" . . ' .
Lit t Ie Miece Vw'm, thev " is ;. real
pretty, butl hve so innch trouble wi2
fcem. Sometimes 1 fink they ui ust be
all boys. G0( News. S
Magnetic Nervine the. great resloni
Ijye, will tinse you to sleep like a
chil.l. Try iL Sold by lwinCuth-
rell Salisbury N. C. . ' - '
' I - - ""' "v - r
Elstin Cuthrell .Druggist, recom
mends JohnsnV Magnetic Oil, the
great family pain-killer, internal audi
E twin Cuthrell Druggists, recom
mends Japanese Liver Pellets for con
stipation and sick headache. Small,
mild, easy to take. 50 pills 23 cts.
Vs. E. a NEBVE AND BSAIN TEEAT-
MEST,- pcifio Jor Mmeria, Disriness, Fits, New
B ral(rta, Beadacfa,iNrrous ProvtratioB ctucd by
'Joohol or 'bacooi Wakefulness, Montal Deprewfaxt
dozcecix at Bi-olij, ccasins insanity, misery, decay,
death, Prematura Old Age, Barrenness, Zjoiol
Power Ineither eejc, Impoteney, Lenootrhcea and all
Female Weaknesras, IavoIuutRry Lcae. aperma
torrnoea cata.ed fcr orer-exerUon of train, SeU
caa! over-Indalg enco. A month's treatment. fL,
'ojW. mail. With each order for 6 boxes, with
W will send written guarantee to refund if not cored.
Guasanteefl issued by arent. WEST'S LIYEK PILiiJ
cure i Sick Headache, BiUoaxneR, Liver CompUmt.
Soar Stomach, Dyppia and CoristiDatiaa.
GUABAKZ3: issued ouly by T.
i Edwin Cnttrell Salisbury, N. G -
Why Hoodts Wins.
President Lincoln said, uYou cannot
fjol thet peop'e. a second time." They
are too quick to reeoKiijze real merit or
lac'' opt, and Ming ouly to those things
which they find ?lo be what is claimed
for l hem. f . i
- Ujsespeciapy Ratifying that the sale
of HoootiSarsiipariila increases most ra
pidly in those sections whorte it is best
The iuferenceis plain. Hood's Sarsa
parilhi has proven that it posse.sses ;en
uine merit. It luaintainsa tiiih standard
which others cannot even anoroach. It
is the people's favorite hiood-purifyinjC
and building hp niedicinei and is more2
popular this yiear th in ever before. All
this because II ood's Cures.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Are vou weak, and weary overworked
and tired? Hood's S nsaparilla is just
the niedicinf you need to purify and
q lieken your "blood , and to give you
appetite and strength. If you decide
to take Hood Sarspariila do not be
to buy any othjr. Any eff-irt to s'u"b
stitute mho! her remedy is proof of the
merit of Hood's.
UI . I! 1.1 II . J I I
XiUgeneia iuouu iy anu l was j never
treated better hi my life. 0!d South
Carolina will be all right vet." j j
The reporter then questioned beijator
Butler in regai d to the work of Con
gress, md he replied:
"The Democrats ;ire now blamed
with the unhappy condition which pre
vails. Of course the Republicans are
responsible for it, but Ihe people d
not know ir. But we shall not fo A
Hood's Pills nro the best after-dinner
Pdls. assist; digestion, cure head
ache.1 Try a box.
r Sp in Burke they propose to build a
church close to a distillery and then in
corporate the church and conijel the
distiller to move.
DO YOC tSCw"
FELIX LE P'Jrr3
fTFFi Pil PYKYR V f
are tho orisrfral mxj-.I only pitrN' fl. pafoem! ro
t -'l-ile cure on; tho irtrkct. I'rtx, i 00; odt by
Edwin Cuthrell Salisbury, N. C.
having speculated in the st.-ck of the ; with the R, ipillic;U!S HUy all .w-
sugar trust on their knowledge of what
the sugar clause of the tar'.ff bill was to
ing them to spend only so mu h time
as we can't help in talking. ' When it
I. Senator Vest said: 'I may as well , come8 action n,ft . wi a(.t as H Hjy
say now, once for all, thai such publi- jTne WiUon tarriff bill will become a
Wants a Comfort able Coffin.
A Crowfordlvilljj Io$.) correspond
ent says; There ijs a mlin liviiig nine
miles south oftthil city fwho, tjiough m
the Lest of health has given his orders
for his eofSnl His name is Drake
Bro-ikshire. Ie is thejfather of Hon.
E. V. Brookshire,-the democrat ic!cou
gressman frotp tbis, tle Eighth ;r dis
tricts" Mr. Brobkshire weighs 280
pounds, has always liveVl upon a farm,
enjoyed the fjestf of jhealth,; hiding
nver leeu sick ajday iiu his life, and
now 67 years fefajgej the othei-day he
c imrtotowiind wen to an under-
taxing estaunsnnieiu anu informed the
proprietor, that j he, jyanted ! to pur
chase a cofSu, The proprietor, asking
who was deaq, was gatly astonished
on being told that it was for the live
man standing before him.' !
uMr. BroOkshire, Jhowever, quited
him by saying t(iatlh did net intend
to die until hi had to, Shut that he want
ed to die with the k!n(fwlellge that there
was a coffin alrelidy; Uiade forj him in
whieli he would haveileulv of room
rrhe undertaker did! nit seem Ito I L'nmv
what to do, tlndSMtrookshire, seeing
his embarraslmnti kid down! upon the
uoor na arqereclj . is measurement
taken, lhejcr fcuj vfill be made of
two inch ball,! firmly jbolted 4 gether.
anov will be 0 feet inches long, 3 feet
wide and 2i feet dftrt. After rh
. . I " .. I "-
fio is made Jpr.!Brpokshire will! try it
and see if it psj bjiu. He also says
that he desires tb be aken to Ihe grave
, "JIf one should step to the Senate duor
arsd. exclaim;, Vlteilo, Gey.?rn'orr Sen'a-
j ! t i - -
f. Harris Hate.
- -. i
yard in-liis frn) waon, drawn by hh
team of favorite1 mlils." j
-'iopu i u.g.i ; i r ij,vr:iuL be npi 1 o lornk.
jratt li e alt-niioii of t hr lemainiler
?apl 'Hell"J ColimeiT' Would probably
fech those that were left. "
r - ;
is . . -
N: Moen. jpountkin, Miiin', ys
k4Ayer Cherry Rtjora! ha) j had i
wonderful j.fec itciringmy brother's
children of sever and dangerojus cold
it, was iruei. astoijsihmg hOw speedily
they found relief after taking
cation as this is a vile slander, and the
man who repeats it is a willful and ma
licious liar." Senator McPherson eaid
that he did sometimes buy stock, fori
investment, not speculation, and that
when he was in the South some weeks
ago his brokers, acting under a stand
ing order to buy certain stocks when
they could be had at certain prices,
bought 100Q shares of sug.r stock for
him. As soon as he returned and learn
ed of the purchase he instructed his
brokeis to sell the stock and to buy no
more, as he. did. not wish to hold it . while
sugar was being discussed by the F.
The usual bids for the soldier vote
were made by the republican members
of the House during the debate on the
pension appropriation biil. it was the
old, old story.
Postmaster U neraKBissell doesiLt
accept any halfway business from con
tractors uuder his department. The
President of the Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company ,was made aware of this
fact, this wevk-i through an official no
tification that thecoutract between the
Government and his company for the
transportation of mails between New
York and the Isthmus of Panama, and
between San Francisco and the J.ip i
nese and Chinese poits, maJe under
the subsidy act of the notorious billion
dollar Congress, would be cancelled, he
cause of the failure of the company to
comply with the terras of the contract.
Mails will continue to ha sent by the
steamers of this line, but only the usual
prices will be paid for carrying them,
instead of an extra subsidy of SI a mile
for all the distance covered. The can
celing of this contract leaves ouly two
lines the Red D line, between New
York, Cuba and Mexico operating
under the subsidy law, as the American
line between New York and Southamp-
tion will not bejiin to receive its sub
sidy until next October.
The House democratic caucus held
this week to consider the adyisability of
making some change m the rules, look
ing towards ah easier way of getting
and keeping a quorum, accomplished
nothing because it was not itself at
tended by a quorum. There is one
way in which the democrats of the
Housv! could largely iucrcase their pop-
law by April 15, ar. fa th st; tlie seig
niorage bill piss; the Federal elections
laws have been repealed, and if j Con
gress vill now do something for the
currency, and repeal the ten pr 'cent,
tax on State bank issues, it will j have
redeemed everyone of its pledgrs."
: The Senator f.els confi lent th it he
will be returned to I he Senate, He knows
the current has set iu his fayoraud he
n iu a good humor. ' ' "
The New York coi respondent f tlie
Charlotte Obscrcer savs he ! he..rd a
prominent Republican ptdi.iiini from
the West -a-few nights ago atjthe Fifth
Avenue Hotel decloethat the old issues
between the two great parti s were al
most entiiely obliterated;-; that . 'new !
lines of battle were beinj foi niied, silent
ly but surety, and that, iu his opinion,
it would not be a great while before
ojen political war would exist betwipn
the great manufacturing and agricul
tural interests of jthe country;' or to
put it iii afrother from, between the
North a'udjEast oi(' the one side and
the South and West on I he other. He
declared tb;:t the voters of the nation
were silently and unconsciously align
ing t hem-elves for this conflict right
now, and the constant am irritating
tinkering with the great business in
terests and industries of the; country by
either party as it came into power was
rapidly hastening the d iy wheu battle
would be joined in earnest.
Tha Old Friend
And the Liest friend, that never
f.ul.s vcu, is Simmons LiverTiegu
lato, (the Ted Z) that's vvnat
you he ir at the niention cf this
cxc'Vleiit Liver medicine, and
i o i-hohM not be y l tiuided
X:-;K ntivtliiing t;c w il "o.
It, i j tiie, .King cf Live;- .Ldi
is U 'tter th.-.n pills, :.nl
"j t'io ice of Quinine and
' '..Snn-!. lit a..-t3 c1 i recti v on tie
. Ki'ln- ys nn-1 Bowels and
!?-.v !life to tli vholo sy's
T!i' :, ifl tl.o nn dicine y "u
J;: I t bv all DruuLrist in
; lAVlcr to be t;.keu
in'.o a t-;i.
'V-'!V F rV'.AtiV
w fy i- tvi oi r:njTtet
.. .5. CO., riiiiWi. iu, v"..
-i . v . ;
Mrs. Judge Peek Telia L
.hShe Was Cure!
lowing letter from Mrs. it: i,
Judge Pecfc,aJusUce.itttraty '4
connected wltU the AiaWfphHfc
"By A fle?p seW of Bratitde ft! -
Ijeuett 1 have received from the i. ?!
SarsaiMirllU, I have Wen lea u
tug statement for t!i i.ciu-V w4 Hl
bwu grm sutferer from d,," 1 U
j Heart Trouble. J
Almost eryuing I ate ovM fiutreJ I
tried differeut treaUuenu Wi 1
failed to rene relief. Two ynZ
prevailed upon me to try H.HHi VJ51 fr,
. xiie nrsi Douie i not i lieiiii;rpvi.
my menu tke of ti.e imj,r,,.mirtf7
-feceived aacli great benefit from tTm, j 1
j Gladly Recommend it.! r
I bow bay an eTcellent amtite
ever distress iw. u alw kl't
flesh and strennth. 1 cannm
MY STOCK of fiOODs
J TO , TIIE CORNER
J. B. SHHST3,
i f . - .
I am better -prepared to sell yon Gro
ceries cheaper t!ia:i ever. I receive new
goo ts uly and luy a! kind- "of eoiijitry.'
prod al-io aent. f' :r i h-- eeleUrated
alvauize.il li.ieUk-haiid ho.'k; wjil not
iu st tfoin sei'ie or exposure to weatfier.
SPECIAL I have'JfH) pairs of sbe-
il'.id some laHe dress noti.s oii liimil
and will sell ai and. below cst. A 'so
a!I persons indented to me ly account,
note or in rt ir ig - tr last year will cal4-
aiid settle and sive eot.
Yours, re-pec; fu'-ly,
neu ana su-engui. i caunot Tniiv T
Snrsapartlla too much." Mi-h u f
Tracy, California. Get HlK)l. (
Hood's Plf are ku.a mS
t9 proporUon and appearauce. 2Dc. box.
CAN if A KE .MOXEI
BY OBTAINING SUIiSCRIBEES F0t
The' Southern States
It is a beautifully ilfustniied 'tamVk
oagazine diM to the Soutn It k
full of intere t for evtey iesiViit'of .u
South and ouln tobc in ev .rv utl,m
! , Evrytoay Can Afcriit
:a t i'iatu Anli' 1 .?,0 ..... i. - ?!
iji n fiiin; ciy ,
We H ant an Agent in F.very. SooiIhi
vn.t anu iiiwii. r!Mr samittft
its and particulars to-tlie'
M A N U F A CVU R KB S' II 1 ( ( 1; 1). J I B. fjj,
Ha" inr bouTht the K K. mi ips XiPs
u.nnis. I w iotI up t' fiiniiHi iNv
uoiv g.li, lor com alii UrA.
-- - . J.T. WUH
SEND FUJI OUR SPRING TRICE
List and Circular aiid you will
find it to your advantage tohave;i!nndnf various kind. .F
VOVr soiled clotliCS dyed or Uusnendeis leif at 13c. e;ich.
cleaned by us. All work guar
anteed or no charge.
COLUMBIA STEAM DYE WORKS,
173 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
Deafness Cannot be Cured
Tennyson on Spring.
We have th word of Alfred Tenny
son for it tlnit in the snriny the vonnp-
m in's fancies Jiahtlv turn to thouoliU 5U-tfchiao Tu,' "he" is tbeKeu inflamed
by local applicdnon as they cannot, reneh the
diseased Krtion of the ear. There i'g only one
way to cure deafness, wnd that is by constitu
tion :d remedies. Deafncs is caused rv an in-
flamed condition of the mucous liuinir ,of the
v.. i i. : .. ' . M l . t. : - ... i . - .i
of love. It is singular lh it the great
laureate "omitted to nientidn the fact
that it is in the sjinng t.iat a ctmside -
ahle potion of the huui in race turn to
Ukiag Hood s barsapanila. rrobabry
notiiing but the difficulty of fln iiug a
good rhyme lor that invalii ihle remedy
deterred him. Certain it is that the
old-time domestic remedies are . gener
al iy discarded in favor of te standard
bl. o.l puntier, Ho wl's "S ir.-ap irilL,
which h is attained the greiitet popu
larly a'l over the country U thf favor
ite Spring Medicine. H p!iiihi?s the
hiood and gives nerve, mental, hjdily
and digestive strength. I
Suhscrilw to the Watpiimax now.
O ily 1.00 a yeur.
you have a runiibhng sound or iniiierfect hear
ing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is
(he result and unless the iufiamniatioi) can be
taken out atid this tube rettored to its botaial
condition hearijeg will be destrovt-d forever,
nine cases out (uf ten are caused 1v Catarrh:
which is notiiing b ut an iutiamed condition of
the mucous surfaces. j
We will gire jOue Hundred Dollars for any
ase of deafness' (caused by' catarrh) that can
not becured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for
os irtnzz BEX. T... W
R.T SMALL PRICES.
L 'dies dongola button oe, better
.grade '$1, Infants 25c to Toe, Ch'Id
fine donijola button pa'ent tip 50-,
Misses 75c, Ladies Low cut don sol
patent tip 50e.fi5c. 7-"ct 'SI, 12"). 150.
1752t'X), 250. 3 H) &c. Men. Slioes in
a hundred ormore stT'es and grades nt
aS many OifXr-reut. prices. Also gin
shams, prititshtwns, wsh fabrics, onr-
injjs, white s(f"t black g cU and
1 VERY TlUILY,
3?. W . BX7RT to O O.
N.B. Cario Henriettas 36 inches wide
at 1 5c, per yard, . ; ,
uan nonce 10 -no i ici uuu-iny lixve nwd
4.-uesto-k iioin ttj-l : sloie nmui niiiier tiicCni.
tei lotn.eir oia oU sli-i t: th
nid in otdei to retlu -e our si-w niil ofTer
ior the next
Call and he convinced that we-can bs
:noney by bu;. lnjf from u T-
. D. R. J'JLlAN&SuM.
L. Sjfenc )
OfTers his professional services U
the people ef Mofit(.n:ery id;
joining counties. rAJ-Kr.-s . him il
troy, N. C. V :
DR. E0BT. I. fiAMSM
Surjeoii 1 kid ist.)
SALisBUin; X. '
JBQfOttice hours 'J a. iu. to ij.tn.
" '" wBif "iw mi iimi .
Prof. E.W. ftmUb. Prin. Commercial CoIIp
of Ky University, Lexington, Ky.. was awarded
MEDAL A WD DIPLOMA
ET THE WORLD'S CCLL'SS.'AS EXPOSITION,
For Sjratrm of Hook-krplDx aed Hnrm
BnaineM Mwration. cte. Cost to compief
Business Xurne about 0, tnclnding tuition bonk
and board. PnonoHTapby. Type Writing anu
Tlerar'y fnbt. For circulars. l4rmt.
SOUn, STUOyG A T.KLIABtE
Fife, Rents life and m
J. M. PATTON
DR. W. W.
?rs his " profe si
citizens of iNili.-biiry
J rrr.. i.: . . .,4.. .1 ' wrVIl!
T-viiem ins jiruic .-ii'"
community, iiecan " .-if
ir... .... . .1-1 tip nofet t" '
U InM'iVli-iiir utiil'P- J
a mild o .
Subscrilie to the WaTCB1
set the news.: Only tlW
W. L. Nicholson.
HPS M fe
tie dneiMi oftbUul-LiiiurT Cf.
i ' I " rtquins no c. u. of diet or.
A3 A Pf8EVEfTlVS
by citbr ss It U ipoMitti taeotanrt
muj irMTMi d iiuu , l.ux in th cu, of
tho lreJy Ufuiu.ra.t Imictn
wuk (icaorriitta aad Gleet, wi f u4ru
te ear. Frn by mail, poitac nmfc 1
ell Salisbury, N. C.
I Salisbury Marble WorKS
LARGE VARIETY OF MARELE 0N.HAND TO SELEC1
- I SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.