. h- . i
:-'.: X. C.:u4 the ther is a g
! fc(,mete 7-columuj newspaper outfit
; - .audinga firt-clai lob 1 nuting utile?,
;: -i sviUe, ,5j this property H
1 fi Boia at a trenuii.ejbaraiu by the titv
derailed, proprietor, wba 1 foreri ; to
: ... fMm, h.isiness ou account of failing
' iLitli : For mrlhiufuruiaiioii (W&,
.;' $4lilury, X. Cv
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' . ' r'M' mnmwHiinV Biwiiiiii nrtwli 'rr' " i farm ,u,m '"'"'"" .1 . . " 'V, ', , ' n", ,'
iba ' Watchman
ssixiY ;MaW.:te. its.
TT i iv'rr i no lonuer coioieoxed
uua v "" ' ' "
T I -
T"oE SALJR OB EXCHAKGE.-TWO Com-
,,w.nper a4 jb priming out-
j . . r iifitu vN." which iu-
fnrra, iii WNslfra North CaW
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Oi oftlsexitnt9.ls inaioi me
Jes' the sulripiion list and good
at the V ATH MAW,, '"" t " , -
- Tlie Uinl law ip're9 todayv March
15th. J Bird huuter take notice. ; ...
Miss Blanche Boyd-, of Barium Spring?,
U vi.aUEK the family bf Mrv W Ol Wat-
R-!l tliU'w v-.aiWftrlMiHfat of the!
CoiurnUtf Sieafci 13v4 Vorks in hijoIIi-;
rosinxuster A. Il.Boydeulcft Salarday
fur a weck'a stay at Connelly Springs.
lie soea, for the benefit.1 6f hw ; ht-allh
Which Iia3 hot been good for some lime,
The jn-clors of the Alliance fair met
eouse vimges tmuh; jgaiust Turujer offi
f eiV li was not learned wliat was done.
NOVie of 0e persoua'agaiust whom char
ges were pre fen e4 were pwweut. Almoat
the en X. e b-ly of di reciora ; are of the
i'..T.nlis Tter.suasiou and irive out "ulittle
for. th. public. .
-John and Jatncfl soinrj of-Mr. IU A-
Iiu.-lli of Fort . Barnwell. Craven
county, last Thursday, got into ar
about a horse collar, when John becaaie
sk enraged that lie weut to the house got
h guu and shooting ott" the bird sbol
with'w bicb it Was loaded, reloaded it
with buck shot and returning to , his
brother delibei-dlly shat him ia the leg,
seyeilnj; a ariery which caused death
within two hours. - The coroner's jury
returped a' Verdict that , the aeceaseu
came to his (icalh, from a guu shot "by
he haids of hwbrolher Johu. . "
The fiiW of Messrs. J. & II. Ilorah,
jewelers, now have a beautiful audsu-
. i. . r A ill tli t-ir Hup. at I'ftm
pero oivt I gwia i
n suit any purse. 1'ure
4SiiiitV: was marrij-d tJi Maner,
ut Siatilxinunty.'last ; TKursdaT. v
Atcdlrtiid boy m the i community
ookUiix feili bef4WJ la JMtice of the
Peace and MKed nan n luirrv, i uem
hatfie vfoiiki K after, tlm l.cense as
ivinrt-lhenow melN off. - You C-iii
ttues.4 whlthet or not! the Justice uni
ted tWmf i - ' 1 .. .
Mr. HiQ. Strarboros m mil inM ou
t he atii ior. ii ; v .
Mf4 AVI S. Ingram h retpnt-
lv iretiiVnkJ fntn DillottS. C, luw bten
rihti sicks 4ut we are ulad tc note that
sue i tmtrtJVJMg. - h ; , i ;- -
intoWji $-ndJ and Monday on spe
cial luMies. " .'"CiM . '
Thehnkrriage bella are ringing again
in this'communily.. )
Grand Offer. ; ' :
? W ill 35 00 do you any good it so
Uua by a luUe effort and a few mo
LentsV.aie realize as umch. The Watch-
- AK wi!il5iveaGold VVatai worth $35.00
- Willi flr.'!ass Elgin movement warraii-
- jr vpiirs:; to the one sending in
. ' . . c ..r ciiWribera plete tha
, the la n goldf-Ue silver, or plated' matches of
: -l,li1the" . .t grea Furiety. Jewelry from magnificent
,llle0,Itrm,r 1 r w diamd to the latestMyle of
miKt. Juccoinniinv each.
P , Gojted Wi.reisiu.t too pretty to attempt a
l ' . -. Ai.vn t.H.f do. description here.' Go and see it and you
will be delighted. They arc alsJ sure to
ti'lioa. plijrks. or iewelrv
. ; - . . - I ItlMlll I W j 1 . , w
V i V. -m' , t i'f corfectlv if you will give them'a chance.
w U.V auei at ifoy, ij. t : 4 "i , ; .
jud for jsmple copies,.
"r - r -f
veTiou. afMt. Gileaj, and L- U. Lisk The R. & D. people hava suspected
oaville Montgomery county, are our lor some uiue iu.it w ue t.r, w. uc,
f L uthonAd agents to solicit, wiled, f thrtr empires at the freht depot
-"S receipt jfor subriptio or other here was UIihK whisky from their
; Ifor iHeWATCHMANi-d allV our ars ,d mgbl so they.set a couple of
r Sns who are due us will please make n.teduves, a few days agoio work M
i.ote of thw tact and pny up their arrears
..' i J. W.tlvENZIK, Editor.
i-;j1eb trre thelf. Tuesil.iV nilibt at
alout 12 o'clock, nigh t-wacth nian W
la. Soejicr was seen to enter a box car
anitlie detectives caught him in the
act of li'l nij n i 14; frm a barrel o
whisk v. Siencer h..viug broken the c:ir
oienlthat he had Ixtftif employed to
. ' 1 1 . .1 1 1 1
.s --eilv is rcportea ruard a iint llieivui upreu.uors.
u liavhig ld his miuing proierty in Hie ewiT ssed to having comuiUted
SMver.j til iw similar I lens, ue was
Sirs. 11. A Juu.l, o .vw wKioiir u MIGi.ul.enour art-l. fuilintr fo-iv
1 ...i. ...... . i.;iimr ri-,Miiih iii lii-ti-ilv rn ! . .
.l.a iicc - . ? - 1 I 1 ninl WiS :-Plit l() I. 111.
. Jr .. .1 -. ' II '
turiielJo li. r nouie iJiima
: A dog supiw 10 have been mad was
i in il, ubuiLs of lh ciiv last ban-
Trot. Tierr.an, of lb
Mexico for one million of dollafe
Ut take a llioruiigh
ii tutertainiueuv ai
V. Tuesday u:g4it.'
. Mr, W. T. LilH-, of
V th' ou ' Salisbury Tuesii
T Chicago, wuere he g-.e
eoOTMjrin the rUariuuceuiio
tin,t city. ; ;
Mrs. Caldwe'.l, of Statesville, the moth-
serof Mr87TUeo. F. ijltt, haviitgbeeuou
w vwt .1 'several days to her daughter's
ftii.iiy, returned honie Tuesday.
H' . '.. j . ' '
Diel: Iu Gold Hillowuship, on the
6th iust., the infant son of 'Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Aums liolUhouser and M iss J ulia
B .li.-burv corrosnoifdent 111 Sun
day's Ch.ai lot te .'Observer say's that th
p'.4ol isiic siMi-ee musieial srivi 11 ... lasi
Fridav niiiht l;v the - Neave M'isk
Scliwl,las, as omuI, a rare entertain'
menf. The audience room w.ts Avell
InWvlhblojjy; we learni that the Cy
clops! wefeeuiplyed by Vulcan, the god
of. fir pjiey wore sheilds over their
faces' to pip! ret theni from the heat of
the hrnksr ' Each sherld had one
opening 'ii front, "hence the Cyclops
are reprinted as one-eyed btings.
According to Homer, the Cyclops M ere
atigHiitic: insolent tuce of shepherd
in Siqilyl , I suppose that Homer, oV-
sered mm shepherd, large in body
' rl!.i-ri v :. . . it- t. : .......
lllSOIQIll HI UISJKJSIUOII, seiiisu iu pic-
ice. seeing only self and self interest
and tnepiently styled them Cyclops,
yid. Shoulid the celtH)rated
Greekipt cme nosv and classify the
"dwelleisf of the jmiindane sphere,
thliikiniore than gigantic shepherds
would be placed in the list of Cyclops,
likely tliere would! be scientific Cy-
!opHp)lticar Cyclops,, social Cytdop,
nd! riiiinyr other classes even tOTe-
ighiils Cv'clop3. Of tiiis x lastclass 1
wish to1srak. Viewedfroni a liteaary
tatid poiut, some. are giants indeed!
otherl arj mare prgmies possibly of
fl and Vee the.ChrUtian orldasit is
she would behold thouaanda'of . young
adie, with faces as pretty and hearts
ms good rffhers, wilTin$ to assist at any
iiinVin theVork of sonl s:iviug. .The
kind of shield worn by this Mis.s Cy-"
cloj make eople narrow-mined and
r-igh!ed. ; Tliey heem to think
l heir owu denomination ha- a standing
contract for alKwho ui iy wi-h. to join
he Church, and t;aiiuot see tar enough
to know that, if one . Ir. nch of the
Proletant Cliurcb prospers, it stays
thus the whole. These unfortunates
h .ve h great denominational glass with
a coinfKiund (ens bigotry and dogma-
tim). Through this t hey ylook for
Christians, aud si'e none oulf those
who come to the sectarian focus. Me-
thfnks, when they get iufo the Beaati
ful City, where the scope of viiou is
enlarged, they will lie liiueh astonish
ed to learn that many who; walk the
golden streets have al ways beeu too
large in heart and soul to conw within
th range of the sectarian microscope.
Then, what will tlie Cyclops do?
Throw down their liarps I suppose,
aud refuse to join the Celestial clwiir be
cutise all are 'notluf ie same 'denomina
tion! ' 1 CVWV Cobbiher.
The sooner von beinn to f? .,ht
Sre, the more easilv it niav lw Pxlin.
guished. I The sooner tom begin taking
Ayet s Sarsaparilla for your 1 blood
disease, the e iMr, Will be the enrn. In
both cases, delay is daiifjerous, ; if not
JJf sure VOU el AvorSi xn.I nn
beware of Oiatmeats" for Catarrh that
As niercury i will surely dostrov th.
Mjnse of smell and completely ft e range '
vuc wim.k; fysienii wiietf eotennfe it
. ne mucjous surfiices Such
articles should nefer be usetl except on
prescnptiona troni reputalile physicians
as tie damage they will do is ten fold
to tlie good you j tan possibly derive
rron them. Ijal!;8 Catarrh Cure
nianufacureil by IF. J. Cheny & Co.,
'ledo O' contains i nu inercury; and
is tken Internally, aciting directly up
on the bloodand ;mucus surfaces of the
system. In buvinb Halls Catarrh C
be sure jjou get. genuilie. It is by F-
ovu.-u'-y , vo,i j tesptnoiiiais iree.
S.Sold by Druggiitg, 75c.
I notice four of
!: 0yb!4p A. appeals to the reader un
der tlie 1 if tie Of "Catholic Layman' in
fSiipplehjent Third" to '-The hdy
Fainilxvlpublkhtd by Frank Mi:G.oiu,
72 CiinipBt, New Orleans, La. After
giving! time columns of indecisive
argument he exclaims, "We have here
presrfjife. tliCifeh die do ni of In
faliikiit." "Thi4 claim to infalii
church' resU tilth u,)0.n
'L Mr. I). It: Julian a)riivei Jiome Tue.H-
d.i from a iiip to the nrthern markets
where 1 jirfrehased iia exLeii.ive slock
of .i'riiu 'ls.
" If in announce 1 th.tt the yung' people
:if - K.t.li:iliv Ai-..nl 'in .. are lo Live
the academy iuext criwvd with p-rsoti wuo e j .veu
occasion to the . fiillert. the'.; pupils
N i w. od;,v as?ed I piayesojuisitely, and in theiolm solos
ay on h:s vay to i cojuet o!s, piauo. duets and r !ie.trii
ovjyitir.es, scelh d awy t hiiij yet given
by the e!iool. Prof .-Neav is iudud
proftffor of jlio Hue art in music, a'fiii
is euth'uMii much of it inlo his schol
ars. In him S lisl.ury has a practical
and mre it insl rtxtor. .
In so ue portions of the country the so
caJ led farmers all iaijce lodges are no-
tidirg but Populist political orjianiz nions
pure and simple. The Citizen, of the lOih
iiistn, says thai Mt. Pfes Israel, a giod
firmer who has lieeu up to date 'as go d
Wiihelm, both of lhs county, were mar- )an AUiaiicenian as liyes in the State,"
ried at the residence of the ollicialing f cjine to Ashe ville On the 9th to attend a
atul authouity." Then, having
w column!? of sophistry, he
Nr is the vbue of authorirv !e?n
;uh that f reason in behalf of
hpritnt iveclvnrcli. i'he trn!h
' . ir.it,' .1.1. 1... . !. . t I . .
i I JiVf
I He Catholic lias th
.1 , : i v I 1
iim.iiie; liieory or a ivveaieo
a, ru'eiidi.i as he d e fur u
aijthort t 'yk cl.UicU, founded
iiy Chlis, in .nit ijii:-il by Him through
ail .iastjs, l.l lehS.l!;M. bl teic:U!,ij, p:s
sessins? Ih and Unlhority from above;
ixiiiglwjth certaiiiity what is the re
vea'ef lifuih;'sett jing coutraversies and
dspmle H'V'illif pace, C m'ej'.l ilit llt.
and rest St her childi-'Mi." Now, L- v-
niauHN a CyclopsJ j II a sees only the
111? Hif WU'
Esq.; ou the 7th
justice, li. A. Uaiuejy!
Oueof lbemost reinarkable gunners
ia rnrt'aroliiia is ljk v. U. T. Vann.
"Jlc! b aid to. be a tlisd ela siiol. but he
liua iiu hamls. lieffsui)iKit5! the un
nuii tun ui inn, uiiu iiuita lkc uij,jv
meetingof his county Alliance, but he
oiid.oi her members were ortlered out the
Courth House whercj flic meetings-was
held, fir no other cause than that they
were Democrats. Mr. Israel, speakingjfor
himself, said that Jie had beeu faithful to
Hills the trigger by his bbligat'oiisi and bad paid all his dues,
timut of a wire aiitl strip of leitlier
vliicli be clutches oetweeu his tieth.
T heN; C CoUou Oil Co., of Charlotte, ;
but being a Democrat he was, asked to
l-ayei and when he and jiis fellow Dem
' ovfjits were turned out "he left just six
V. ill tiave au advirlisMneni in nexfweek's ! ' the house-,? j Vet to hear Marion
iwper which Hiltbe oFinteret to dairy-! B itler cr SS'olho WiUdu tell it, there is
i.S :i ... .. I:.:-.,:., a.- HVo!....'.
laeu and stock raisers. We legret it pmra m auibuic. " mw
reached uSWlite f r this issue. They J ow ine tmug is going to pan out
Will tell about the va.ue cf their cotton
fcvd feedj &e.
- Last evenii g, at the residence of the
this year, but we know that there are
yejj, a few good Democrats who are mem
bers of the order in Rowan.
1 - '.. I1I..D. lt t I Alt A
in j'peace, C'luteutiiicut
and fisr lis secured; through the H mian
C itlafllcflchorchi j lie tails to si-e (a)
that; mail ni:y be ir de. to believe I here
H pei.lcei(h) ; that many Proteslants
have I'pfaf e, eoiiler.l uieiit, an'd rest"
hcaWeihey have I Nn reconciled lo
G'dt tlitoujih Clrrist Jesus their living
Sa toi' haviiiiriiken the won! of Gai
as'ihiruide ai.d the Holy Spirit us
their frhferpreteij; (c) that the policy of
the Ijpitilian Cathidic church has a ten
lent l sul. niit Ihe world again to
lhaf rpirit of domination and persecn-
tioio jiiwalent ;iu the 15th snid 10th
cenf ihils; (d) that the universal chun h
hanie more towai-ds christianizing
theword sinc Luther and Jiis c:da
boreis Imike the power of the Komih
hiefHrchv, and et the Pope at d fiance
than h-rd ever l)eeii done before.
B. I met not long ago. He
We are proud of our sister s.ates,
but iu the American constellation no
star hities with a purer luster than
North Carolina. Her past at last is
secure. Without a spot on her escut-
rcheon, her sous look to the future with
hope and confidence.'"
In the fertility of her si d, the salu
brity of her climate and the treasures
locked in her mountains she has th
promi-e of coming greatness; but supe
rior to these is her le'iance upon the
bravery of her so.is and tlte virure of
Without disloyalty to the Union, i
may he said th it the people oc our
State find little hope for the betterment
ot their condition in the preseut aspect
of national aff urs.
Theexpectalion th t ' the restored
Deiuociacy would lift from their necks
I hi burdens that onuress them is ut
, , j
bein realized, an I the M ses whom
they fo'udly toped would leu I theui to
si Canaan, tb.ving with milk aud ho-ie
sj.mus to bi I-stiii the wild mess. T
jhi.icip'es of Drf.n-wr-icy are as par a-
ever, .hi 1 the tni : g 1 itforui- is t i
uiiivji.'ale i 1 aw a III.? p i tv, but "the
heart is ('.cteitliit ''above 's H things and
di'era'ely wicked. ,
in -th'U condition of iirs v. turn
h 'pef.:ll t- the Sut.e. 11 r we m f.
m ut iv1' !l..v.r w fSA'i.t'Ui t. t iT - ll !!!-
i, ess aii'i wrli'.iro of th-" pe-p?e. il
dU'.-ali.m-d illstiluU as are oi a lili!
ur ler, tenip'es dj i ca ed to the hvft
G wl cr.iwu her hiiU, aud faciii.v
i.ilorded f-r inleiiectiiii1 'and moral im-
m-nv.ni .nt. I lev ad ur nisi rat ion o!
puhiic iiff ars is wise and caiiservtliv.
.ii 1 !wr i-oiii ts oi' 1 istice are H) 'll lb
Mi huuiMest of her eilizeus.
What then is ueedt-d? What m re
liMii a ni inly sftlf ivhauce?
We have no ho-tiiify to the nor. I
:.nd r.othi.ii? but. the kindest f elings
ft.r the west, hut charity b-ins
home, and, with every pivr oiisi;e. for
self-support, it is supreme folly t,o cm
tiuue to procure o ir mauufaetured a.
ticles in ihe north and our provi-hm
supplies in the west.
North CaroliuaiJ fabi ices are i qual to
' .'H .
Of tin SalscfValuabh Farm Lands and
Town Prcp jrty; on Cltscki Cre?k and
Littld Eiv3r, and in th Towa cf
uy virtue of, ui eouformity to. and iu
pursuance of a!; decree of the Superior
Court of Montgomery County, North Car
olina, rendered ut J?'a!rTerm 1892, iu a
suit men aim mere pending wherein
It....;. I 41 W'..U ... . i
"" hiiiiu, uaruiauui ine minor
leirof W. HBaKleV dec'd is nlaiatitt.
and M. B Lassiter and bis wife 8. M.
L. issiter, Calu r B. Kearus, W. K Wooley
and bis wile M.'J Wooley, T, CNlngraiu
and his Wife Maggie Ingram tu-e xicfen
dauts, for the foreclosure and saie of the
mortgaged lauds described iu the com
plaiutiusaid suit; I, tue uudersigued cih
inissiouer appoihletl by the court iu sail
decree, will sell at public aucttou lo the
highest bidder fur cash, at-the Court
House Door in Troy, on M outlay' the 2 I
day of April, 1894 it being Monday of
Court Week) the following uacls of laud,
Read, the Poibwiag Llagiiificent Offer.
M0XETMAi)E EASY, TOUCAN DO ITOK
j . "WHY 2fOT TRY ? ' ..
We. call the attenlTon of our readers
to the remarkable clubbing offer in:
another colunn by which We tun send
this paper aud the Atlanta Weekly Con
stitution to th j same address for one
year for the low sum of $1.50.
Thi- is the only off-r of its kind we
have ever, been able to hi tke to our
readers. '" ' . !
The Atlanta Weekly Constitution is
oo well knowli to"need any introduc
tion here. Jljias wou its jplace at the
fireside of the nation as a model week
ly tiewsp ipei. ; It numbers on it st-.ff ,
some of the most fatn3U3 and brilliant!
writers of the day aud on all public I
questions its lance is ever in rest to de
fend the rights of the people. It is the
largest aud most widely circulated
weedly newsj ajer puldilied in America
having h cirguation ot loo.uuu, and.it' , .r rn ( v
k. ai. ,-.t ioit" tha-. tollov,ing
those who read it. , By'the clubbing q yy AlTiVillSI
rate which we offer, on r readers can
get the Weekly Coustituti n aud their
home paper at but little more than the
cost of one paper, tliereby j getting the
nevys of their home and the news of
thewor!d eyery week for a year at an
Iu addition to this, every subs.riler
to this paper and the Constitution, un
der our clubbing arrangement, i 1 be
given an opportunity to win some Land-
All these nittteis are expl lii.ed iu
anoiher column. We merely caii a
Mention to it here to show our readers'
whid a liber.d otLr we have'to make to
theni. These offers are male by our
airangmeut with thpCoustii 'uttoii, and
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in " -' ' , I'm AAir1
Wc call your atten-
; v '-v.;.
The 1st Tract known asthc Alex. Nich- only thoe who subscribe for b lh pa
pers through this ottce are cuttt.'. d Lo
take part iu the contest.
This is the niost liberal dubbing
pvew Lj-ces. j
New Ribbons. : j
New Irish Lacwns;
These and oH: of
u i- 1
other goods we arpjpn
abled to soil at very; low
offer any have ever been able to make.f b
and we feel sure that it wilt prove i.n-j j "J
meuselv popular witlrour readers. j jjlLL
olsou tract or Jcre L ilher place on the
waters oi cneeks ureek in said Uountv,
adjoining the lands of Martin Hush deu'd,
James F Green dec'J, Alex. McKoy dee'd
ana otners, containing acres. lue
2ad Iract on lnth sides ot Jjittle liiver in
.s;ud County, .adj-iiiitug the lands of VV 6.
Ingram, Mary A Chamber ciee'd, Isaac
Kearns and Jno. P Little, containirg532
acres; more lauliliarly known as the Kob
erson Mill Tract The 3rd Tract ou
Cheeks Creek in sai.l Couuty, adjoining
the lands of John P; Little, K. T. bitele
and others, more famiii&rly known as the
J trues Skinner place continuing liK) acres.
eu.. .4 i ...... s. .. . . . J.. i ii. 1 1,., i iiu'ti nf
i lie ti ii ii aub 13 ti lunn IUI III 1MB iuu i . . ,
Mt. Gilead iu said county, known as the! that he is niucli bet if r ana is iiiipnn-
Wade. store lot, with a dwelling, brick , :ny j .:iv " . It i? iiooed that he , niav
-.it t n j 1 i
store no, siao.es ana out uou , A ... i -a fnnn ,i vto. ,..(111i
soon "e n B."i'u i' ii m 0-..
COME AND SEE US.
A L;ve O ik, Fla., t.bgnnr t' l-s'
S iturd iy's Cluirlotte Observei s .ys
therf is "a marked change for the M-
ter in Senator Vance's he iUhJ - ; n I
ainiiiir one half acrei The tirst two tracts
eing the lauds mortgaged by M. B. las-
lter and wile ft. M. Las-mer to Caher b.
iCeariis, datetl uthday of November 1881,
iid -luiv recortled la oJhce ttl uegis'er o
D-eds for said I Count v, in lioK '"C" on
.ige 3.JW if M.u-tg jge Kecords: The 2nd,
3rd and 4th tracts being the lands mor
gaged; by M4 B L tssiter aud wife 8. hi-
ljissi-er to David G. Worth gu.iroiao o
the miiios lurifs of W H U.iey'tlec'ii.
laied 1 4h day of June LSiibaiul duly reg
i.tered in the; ot'lice-of tlie UegisieV o
l'.eds K.r said UiMintv in nook u paa
iJSs, to vviiicU record reference is lieien.
iven f.r more full .lescrJiition. bale l
peiTail2 clock. M..
vV.jA. Simmons, Commissioner
February 15th, 18U4.
A fl MIAIIQTP TO S.C MP. THF i
Ail person's having e'a ais agaiie-t E'iz
d.eih Iiingle, decM u e hereby nolitied l
exhibit the saiie to me on or before i In
lOt ii day of February 19". Tiiis Feb. 5ll
18U4. L. V. IjINOLE, Adui'r.
Tiico. F. KitiUz. Altv'. of E L'ngle.
Bv viituo of an execution issue 1 ou' o'
Ihe Superior Court of Rowan coumr on ji
Judjini'mt in faor of lobias Kesle;
against Davjd C ispor. I will ofu-r at pub
lie sale at the Court House Moor it Sali-i-b.irvJ"ii
Mv li t v He 19: h d v f Febru
ary 1S.H, iu being Monday of Court.
Airae ot bind as lol.uws: a o unini;
the land- of Ceo. Hill H-oirv Ki-sler,
Tobias Ivsler a rv!o !' , ! oiio-r-.
i'tahh and useful nes.
Are better known and more general
ly used than any other cathartic.
Sugar-coated, purely vegetable, and
Tree from mercury or any other inju
rious drug, this is the ideal family
medicine. Though prompt and ener
getic in their action, the use of these
pills is attended w ith only the best
results. Their effect is to strengthen
and regulate tire organic functions,
being especially beneficial in the
various derangements of the stom
ach, liver, and bowels. .
are recommended by all the leading
physicians and druggists, as the
most prompt and effective remedy
for biliousness nausea, costiveness,
indigestion, sluggishness of the
liver, jaundice, drowsiness, pain in
the side, and sick headache ; also,
to relieve colds, fevers, neuralgia,
and rheumatism. They are taken
with great benefit in chills and the
diseases peculiar to the South. For
travelers, whether by land or sea,
....!..:... '.tK.Mit OT 1 ii niific 1.1.: n ir t n l'irvr
those ot Hew iu-iand, ana inev ieu " I illt,m.e t Iki.i- t:ie tra-1 f bu.c1
M'.nh our home-made U aV IS superior lo; whel-J liiVId Lustv t no- lives .nn i. ;m
" I T If M , .'I. -MT
i a, M. IMOMiUl-.. r!lrill
-een in HcohinKiiiity with
I aihi acciu liiited.; Most-of the
tliei ai'e Lutheriius. Cyclops saw on
w hit h
brides parents, aPClevehind this county, I An illustration of thetheivmg prop
Mr. 'Jul r!i.-:.b on m.iind i.. miir- sity of the colored race is seen iu the tol-
riage to Miss Alice Tboniisu 'the beU of! lading heartless lxtiyal cf contldence. lylje fyil among Hhese rwople, and
Misrf Alice Tboinpsou tbe belt or '""'"o v whuhcuw. vVS,l'r v i" ' P'm '
agt. The Vaithman wishes the and trust in au incident thathappetieil Hctllil! slated that the policy of the
couplj a "ongf liii of, coijugltl Mt week, when Noah McCabbins color- Ltijierln' chnrch was calculated to
vf H v-.. the well known Wiud huckster, Of JliredrttJ.lM.e aud profanilv.
th it brought fro.n the west.
When the time cuies th t-North
Carolina cottoin.will be souu iu Nortii
Carolina f.ictori Nonh Carolina
wheat ground in North Carolina niii's
and North Croiun lauds cultivated
liih X. irtii tvaroliiia-rii ed horses an 1
. i . .1 f
mules, her hoine vlk Of t e aooues oi
camfprt, and her s,ous. and daughter-
independent anU tytppV.
By 11 P. BoSkm an, D S
Concord Times: Mr. John W. Car-
iu Fioijida for, several, laouilM, for the '.:;. ajro bslh bikined number ot seysURreat numlierof Lotheraiis
purpodojof- renaming bis luallh. left ..f... .',, PmI
Jacks nville yesiertlay for his bom . The, wtth ulfl!,iR lsinfJ,ril htt i. .vJ.iiM 'M mmitYA Iivp been a (n!.,it theevciiius of each My. The one tie-
people of the blalfc will b0 -grallhed lu;;.!.,, these lhB .tired ehnndies of l Oil Si I . ,u.ir.,l in the moruilliS was full grown
1 I.'.rl.! .. . " . !iT"5' i ' ' 1 I ' . " w .
lnl x,u"uu P'wu the country .ami by this means -making
,T. T7wr .f- 4..,.rb M.r. H,,v,ug.. J3ut, being bliud ana uuable tor.. ilL.il... llJ,;d n.X..J UnnJ all richt.
1 I.. !.... I... .1 f.. kit ...... ,im twitul ....vim li.i.l In h.ntu urttns im I rw I I .!-"':.- J I
ia AsL4ill.i- ivllem -ib.v-have'i.i.n tu'Ilie'ln him and to set on the outfit: lie had e W Vnnsl fj emanus. j ney
fceeklreot aud rccieajtiou.
fl'!i..- i .xiul htri .l Siii.nv fur tlna niirrwi; hut IsiRI Itllteptie'
mst s demands.
d liecatise He drmnnds of them
lUrouglrihiscity liust Friday tuoruiug, week the devil got too large iu 8andi, tolgouhder tlie water, and re 8 dish d
' and will rematu
polis about leu
vi.i receive sucl
We off r 0..e Hundred Dollars lie
t-zn A ji
hope to be well)
If you ate troubled with
fyour blood Is bad. A few bottles of S. S. S. wTO
tborouehly cleanse the system, remove all in.-.
purities and buUd you up. AU manner u.cr-(
i B CLEARED AWAY
Wbvitsuse. It is the best blood remedy on earth
Thousands who ne usea n av.
X .. it., v.1 a miuned last vear.whlcB got
v ,.-. . nf ordeV-diasedad a constant source.
of sulfcrin? no appetite, no enjoyment of lifc. T""'"
j Imuicnt me ngnt out. i ntx -a
tcnutdv for Moo1 diseases . Yt.
r.ivm nvton. unio
.f ; uilj ii iim n;uac mailed free,
are the best, and should never be
omitted in the outfit. To preserve
their medicinal integrity in all cli
mates, they are put up in bottles as
well as boxes.
"I have used Ayer's Pills in my
family for several years, and always
found them to be a mild and excel
lent purgative, having a good effect
on the liver. It is the best pill used."
Frank Spillman, Sulphur, Ky. A
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer& Co.. Lowell, MaM.
Every Dose Effective
1. Subscribers who do mvive
pre uotu e to ti.e coiii rary aie cousid
ered as wishii-g lot.iitijiue . i :i sub-
2 ll i:e siibcrib-rs orders the disr
ctii-iniiHi:co or their piiodifals, the
lard'sler xn y coi;tiliHe to stld thtm
in. til all -rrearaes are paid. -
3. If -ti ".st ribt-rs neglect - of. ref u e "
to take the r t ri duals from the bf -
: five to whii Ir they are directed, they -
me ipoii-iilde until thej have settled ;
their bill and ordered tliem discontin-
4. If the suUcriber move to other
places without informing the publish
er, a:.d p;iper are sent to the former
!ir-ctioii, Ihey are held . respomuV
bl . " :r
5. The oints haye decided that re-
fu-iug to take per odicaJs from the of
fice or r iuov ng ard leavii g them
aac .'re. for, is I'muti Fuclr evidence
;of intf tiotial f aud. . '
6 1; .-lose i a p.i in d v.; nee they .
aic noun--, to tjive ntic to puhlUhers
at thee. tl of their iini-. if Ihev dti i.oi.
ui-li to continue iakiug ii; titherwie
the publislier is authorizr l to-end it
and ihe su- riber will be r Kniihle
until i;ii ex,re- .'ujtfce patmeut'
ot als a'r - r.irs ,s gept to lh publish-,
er. .. -
1 1 ' i . r - n ; u .
I III H"t : iT . : I IHV!
- - - i . ; j
fu iii our mouutaiif mcirO- who took it into his head to lauuch out rojjfmvt a little water poured or prink- w:,id ur aiiv case oi Catarrh that chii
u Jlays. We trt ibey ton his own hook j'and then it was Sand lju"4n theni.1 . If this Cjcbps could ti'ot'lw ciirwf' by Hall's Catarrah Cure.
acli benefit during lueir felouiously appropriated- Noah's entire I1H t, (jge cti;ers.wht si e heli K" J. Ciicnr V, & Co., Props , To.edo,
IV i i ,
t ii- i-i ..i 1.-. ." - n
iorun ''.. li o s ! t,--v'.(,c..paii -iiut
n . -i .1--"- tha iu-'tfn:i'r (' in.rk it.
iefnSi-d" lid have a pt.i crl nfiiT
. . ' . .... 1 1. . . .. . i . i . I. i V m a! f
All 'wrtim hahif cairns a-Mlisl no; i -y ui - puoo.ur., r. m.
Thomas Earnhardt, decease. I, are heieby i jl,Je to aire t nd ftne t. w -ame as for
uotilitd to exhibit inea lo me oh or I .
befare the -6 h day of-JaOuary lSUo. lHirl',c C .
AU per-ous luticbletl to said oeceiww - ,. -j
;Ue , l'qln -Jit 1SW ,nC,liate ray"! Of HoUV arP-rill. iN witblu
.neaW-T. Jan ' JlJ! fjiAKNH vnlTi j liw bouuflK ..f rea5oi. UeattMlf W trite; H
r, i V!,,;; Vu'v I of tainkiLg iH-.pl-Wf..r U i-lru8; and
u-iJ bv edor
r-enieuis vkhi.-h in ih financial worI4
wouid Mteepivdi Miibtui moment!
i i . ' . - i -
Visit that it Will Ihe freoueutlV repeated.! outfit aud lit out for parts uuknown.Thel . . T J . .. i i lt)oin.
A . , . , .! i.'y loaniiitf io receive uiioyp.iza miauls, l v.y .. ..i . i ..... v
. 1 htiJu ..f ftiM SiiMt.. h-it'i ii u-.lim tiUr blitfil muii 19 biiTlPntinir hid l.s I w I VVut in IiixlersliUetl II.. Vi kntMI t
UVVUIV . t . 1.3 ftr.M. ..... v m ' ' . .u " v . . " ' k . . wwv, I . - f ) " . , . I ".. ... I
place in their beai U for tbee di&tuiuUh-
- bMI'0 - t. .
t rf Ten niV fiAiin.
, - , i v . i - . , , . reward and have the mean
'.ij uas a jers cow wnicn ue repons -asj
wnile lie luiiiKs banay is making moue
o4f of his show somewhere
Una. Noah's friends ous
i ruatcing iuoue .. j t '
ein South Caro- wtwo Jjlghts prod. c.
ight ' to offer a t Cjl''t15
one day's milking, 2
a i ii : . l . i .
ui,igbV' e wen tor intse iwo clis ic
Sandy captured aud brought back to suf NhalHre'si.eilds awhile.
IMuiiUH and ? ounces of fine butter, llns I
isgood, butif Mr. i. Al.: Ilanison, the I ;
vwuer anu nreeuer ot tome oi the nuist
-cattle iu tbe Scii:b, wer to lest t he but-
er the penalty of his cjime.
Ht. Giead Locas.
j Corres. ondence Waicbmaa.
i fPi i i ' i ' " . -
V ur making eaVJci.v of rome of I is rureH " "J" q.,5eny .meenns? xonven-
i s, e nouiH uoi ne couio hbow as
gtwd a record, aiid We hepe when lie
ads tlus-be will make a i'eet aud let us
hear; what he caii do. i
!S i H - . . . . I . .
L suppose, scorning ui uie s..yiuo j (jieIJt.y fol tbe last 15 yearN and ot-
ce aaiKiiess, uom ii,.vi him uertecily noiooaoie in an
...... I ... S" : ii..
e ..niiihitiitad. II I huftines traii.v;ctions ami nnanciain
.b!e to carry out any obligaliou made
.v 1 1 is Krin.
West& Truax. Wholesale Druggists,
l.l.bi 1 1 W aiding. Kuu.au & M-r
in. Vholes.ile Druggists-., Toledo, 0
Hall'sCatarrh Cure is taken internal:'
.etiiV.lirecilv ur"ii the blood, and
l tririsl S.
, 5 Cyclops D. isj a young lady. When
isdfto perform during the opening
sejifvitfe lefiire a seimon by a preacher
tffanother!'cencminatitn. f-he curlW
Being the largest, is the direct result of betas tbe
e . s t irfl itnown and grown in ,
bes -. r.1?" r ' Knth-. acknowledged to be
STbe- tor parden, rm or field, bend) for
WV, Uooh. It is not a mere cnUloge,
ww rr tne creat;t value, eon-
fVVSnn iU, lor tbe trucker
. . ...... in..m inrwim mil i)iriituJii "
.Ti-j.?- af-. S
u t; f '
I i-Sj h : I ' t j " t aiiieous surfaces if thesstem.
plifd, "Get seme one of vein own aejLL 1 s ... u t,i hc'll lim
i i . t ;, , 1 7uc. pr-r, bottle. b.Id by nil JJru
The lumber is being placed oii the lmf halitM." Ilieirg a Cclopshe r ' . r'
- it ;
grounds to build an academy here which leonld no see how unLecominjr her an
...;u k. , I ti 1 ' i . . n
will bt built at otice.
Mr, N. G.Kussell,- of Itichuiohd
I f she could get that shield I
fhildfa Cry for Pitcher's r-tctia.
. . tspo i. h ftili directions for
V41n-V.t rr Mkiu! aSo detcrtp-
vlveti- an iluvalaabto,
plI, uo . a t:-o la;t uoveltics for ear- j
.,rm. V-'rllofor lt,.MI cnrrei t prices or (
la;;.r:rr.oT or other Field Kc's repaired. .
"C iTOIT .-,...-
,t m ie WooU'ii Stvu.
' If. X.'COD St SOU 3, Soedsmen, Richmond, Ya.
TI i ouriMioii U ortciTl ca:: i:d oea. V
aft hen tiiiiiitfnu. . .
Ii i- ioi awy irrnfrnBrifd, a l- ,
si ton-tl le. rhal Ibe wwb b of ilt-!i
per ut.A lrriiabiliij i ofiea t bfiuud ia
i i.erpbx ftcial coiidiu u- t-f thr perfona f
f.o.eb What is ihe m-e oi trying to.
"liHi-mon" a man. nbow liver ha gOPf
back on bin ? lfsTmaii in tortured witj
rieu aaiisin, how can he b expected t
a tra ble a i-d ajjre. able? I'a 0 a COU finned -dijeptip
I esievted to b ebeerfpj d4
a'tW'a 1 vKfly lo tell a, luuay tory? 1 he
'u ay to n Aovc4ht-d: MUy U fa
.a :o ihecf-ue. "DvV,rt-iU, rheuma'i
impure blood Hi:d liver tr Mble- yield;t
j HoirtIV Sar-apari!b,4hi U hv in it ,
rllective tti'piiiTzi'rea-ec".l r n rl'