rTp.Vn is at Cynuelly
V i Xaeatenstcia-Goodman.
Ciirlotti Observer. " .' . '
. f 1-1
".v in the ciiv-
fjnrcs'P .V: .
of States rrtle,
e v -
i Mr M.Llch ton stein returned yca-
i .1 . f At' . -
t tUTje. Ml -luni-.ty luurHiug on me vesMDUie Iroiil
:cv crk. where he had been to atr
ten J the marriage of his brother
5Irt Isadore Liechtenstein, which was
.. A.mtii i ii i m i iikiii in,t m run mi . i w f'VMiuii ir n t
: o'clock. a urine vvuh miss Florence J farn a train laul Friday, ti y
Lss;&oodinah, of Brooklyn. The cere I The Kuislon Free j Press states that
the potato crop in '-that section is an
Federal court is in session at Char
lotto this s-eek. 1 V ' - ' '
Net, xa the name oa new post-oDce
in Iredell county with J. JJ. Barnard
post-master. , ? v, w
John pill, was killed at f Addie, on
the MarDhv, branch! whi'cltryin to
r-t it IC
of .iljry,;p Visit
, .r,Av has b.-fn .appoint.
,- T r Tf irts.-'J mi l Tho
r-'- , .-u fah patty was
it m ot me
f3 . ir..;,,,f
tnony took place iu Victoria Kali
Lexington avenue, a Jewjii-h rabbi oCi
ci:it"ug. The bride "was; haad3omely
. . 1 ; ' 1 . t 1J! . '
Ycrivjt;, ' tniarrayeu,- uer weuuing gown oeing
of ncli white ivory sulc. Tlie hall was
beautifully decorated for the occasion,
and the nuptial cene was iu every
re!iect'a beautiful one. y -L
The groom is ane-of the well known
hiiiiief S men of Salisbury. The bride
is a Southern woman, Mississippi be
ing ber native State. Sbe has a nice
estate, and is also . personally attrac
tive. Mr. and Sirs Lichtenstein re-
yi JI'1 1 . .. iftefved a costlv arrafv oT nrsAifts. An
; ; -. .. f!,jt' :l!iSurv """i y - i ----
Vy . .. -a ;v f.r Aievni, and
mof.hat rity today..
W'A .x ,1'(.,l-.nil call yesterday
-J --' 1 r tl.A fJuiidsboro
K.jtAfl i " 1f - .
of-t!ie. best, papers in
el egaut reception followed the cere
mony. The day following tboy took a
Fali River steamer for a trip to
entire failure and the outlook gloomy
for the truck farmers. ; ,
A special from Greensboro to the
Charh)tt Observer states that E. N.
Spencer, of that place bad $230 stolen
from him by a mail named Uolden,
who was sleepiug in he same house as
Spencer. ' . . .- jf jg o
Davidson county magistrates elected
J. W. Lee, 3. V. Fiterald ud C- A
Davis as a Board of Cohnty Commis
sioners and P. L. Le(kakl Siipt. Pub
lie Instruction; - '3 fi :
The public school committeemen are
required by law to take. the ecbool cen
sus during (hismonthl andi report to
the ! the board of education on the jfirst Mon-
iSofUieid Society of the;
wit I trive a lawn party
Mrs; J. lUtiaakiil
Nort hern shores. They will -he absent
a month, and will then return to.Salis-
ury, where their home will be. V
.J'- ftT.T Wm !.!i'lf . "tO
iv"at fcYrM. C, A.,:halt
. n ..ti.i,,a,:, and
jl tH' a v -vy ui.u;re3uMitum.
,i-'V;.,.rtnon Saturtlai u.ights
iii.-.u of tlie 4
i',-. '..f .-l'l Up
.ntoasi r' V ' ? !i .
. 'ft,,-; W.'eiuNon.
m l :l i titer of
Riiiil'l-'i -r-oT t!ve Tifvcs a ad
i, died indexing-
i4fiv;liJ- ;eH pf-acticalty:
u ti;;! viin- t ie snow;! m me
i.i;. - . - i
r!' '": ir,1. -!-.-: atid.crol'warfi almost
faei.s oi' iru-tiogs PontTpcted iu
tPWli.v'tvr.r.riT -!ui ixli by K '. Bia.-k
uu'lay liiuid .and iaviica for
.Borne Jluii lay morn-ii:g;. As a rc-
b?aH!'ijicSi.ii:mere. was Isix teen
";.wit'.to tin l'iv-.:y(c!iaii cUurpii,
iijevend to the oi hv'r denonatiouk
PK.'W. t'iiriitiau, a fyrme cjHzen
'fifliitjr.nuffy' count v , but who has
;n Miuudiii-' some turn; lti JNew
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- Item From Faith.
Core3)ondence of tlie Watchman.
The Board of directors' of Faith
academy appointed a committee Sat
urday to procure the desks and all
fitrnitureiiecesary to carry on the
acadamie school, and " to have the
building painted and otherwise inv
provod. JJey. Mr. J. Mr LyerPy, the
principal is' having good success- in
making urraugenients for his com-
luir scuuoi. .
I'he -granite business isloo!ing np.
and ju-opt-cis is fair for a graet de;.l
of work to come in on the granite
t-e't this summer. -Tlie contractors
ill large cities are .beginning to find
out that the fiuest, best and cheap
est granite is to 1- found near Sal
isbury. The Il.mihlevquiirries will
start up in a few days'. From this
quarry the granite jtf'as obtained for
the riesbyterian church ot Salisbury
that was recently rebuilt.-
Tlie di v weather T.ias compelled
Mr. J. W. Friclwfo dig a well to gnt
water to run his mill and other ma
I" l " it ' ' .
rrom rne inquiries coming in
a ! )ou t oar, academic school it, seems
that it yi11 be JVgreat sucf:Ps, it will
open tilt; fiVscf Monday iu July.
FailhN. C, 12; li 1894.
r I - 1 IP.. 1
'lied, .Wc.s in Salisbury iat wcck
Jottiei"-''! j' lieWa tchjaa n tfe4- to'hiwi
Preset Arizona.' ' ;
'Dr.Joirti i'. h vvi.i, of-Charloti.e,cnm-
tjLlncy'ulo'i last vcek. 1: is mint
1 ken Pv'ot'l-ed for severJR years
M. one iiias practicuiti medi-
:cti llv.A cj ii.ty. y - i
A'-thc iineriiag of the school ipommit
Titat Friday held in thotniayoiv
Jb'Prof. H J. )viu-mjn wa4T'unuiti-
Mq, M;,es, Bessie Neel, lhy
HJy.of WiMstou, ffomaijihU liutlfdgc
oraie trawfunl,' and Cuppie- Moose
' . i :,. T
- ' ' - - ' h
3t;o; Kuihh, of V" iiiston jla rri ved
Mtm tav and lt ft that night foi-
r.i4ore awo4iiaiiied by hiifather-
w, JIr.A. lI. llclick, whb goes to
pWiSurjiU-ui operation perfofiued on
3a'3,";,n.ipng tlie war.MrHplick
vAfi, iathfe,ht(l. the ball rejinainhig
resrifre that tiiue - and of late ha.-
. Wy.'.hi.tal, the ball; iibeariufi
wiion th.j brain t'o satdi art ext-Pht
bisniiuil Lad become affc-dteil: Dr.
B. (oancil. : the family pysiciain
Sjjai.ie.i h,'ink -. ' .- ;
:'s ; uuies - -exeiteipent in
siabtioudax niuUt over! the re-
ffttyit iiajiisrs-iul been issued hars
a,-, Johnson with eihbezz'e-
aw.W-aihy. It. is stated that
'asoM fes awiiV in- Lyiit4lbJurg.,Va4
-uc.ninu, ami that siuctS rfcturn-
Mt. Gileact Locals.
crrospor.dere of Watelimari.
h'ev. J. 1'. Thompson filled his np
uiirment htre bunduy and he
; JS. W. Burt & Co-, quaf e you prices
oi goods that you need daily.
The W. L. Douglass Shoe Co., of
Brockton, Mass., want an agent for
J. L Bridges, manager, will run an
excursion' from Charlot;e to Asheville,
via Salisbury, on June 28th. Head the
The Why and Wherefore. '
There is nothing marvelous in the
fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla should
cure so many dfseases. When you
remember that a majority of the dis
orders "flesh is held to" are due to
impure or poisonous condition Of the
blood, aftd that Hood's Sarsaparilla is
an effective-an radical blood jmririer,
the whole thing is expiarued.
Besides its blood purifying qualities,
Hood's Sarsaparilla. also contains the
best known vegetable stomach tonics,
diureties, kidney remedie? and liver
invigorants and is thus an excellent
specific for all disorders of these or
gans, as well as for low condition of
the system or That Tired Feeling.
:1 Summer Homes Guide Book. -The
Passenger Department of tb(
Richmond & Danville -Railroad ha;
issued, a Summer Homes Guide Book,
giving complete list of more than
COO hotels, boarding houses and re
sorts ou and t ear its line in Virginia
the Carol jm8, Georgia and Alabama
with location, terms, etc. This work
is beantifnlly illustrated and from ittl
complete list of reports, tourists and
and pieasure-setkers can st-lect' a
?ummer home at aiiy rate ihey rriayS
Summer excusion tickets are now
on sale at redueed rates. CooieS of
' bummer Homes" can be hiid by ap-'
plying totlienearestKichmond U
D,:nville Railroad Ticket Agent, or
io W. A.Turkenerrr Passenger
Agent, Washington, D. C.
who PtaTjds charged
with killing hil ife at tilot Moun
tain, is writing a liistory of his !ife
in Dujison jail which he proposes' to
issue in pamphlet form. SueKffn-
sions should be suppressed By LiTJK
lauve enactmeDt. -iherdo rrftgood
hi d a power of evil Winston Re
i Boach certainlv expects to be con-
Ticfed or htKwould not care to print
a true history of his'life. Strong
suspicion rested on this man at the
peath of his first wife, many believed
that he murdered her. In many
ether respects he is a bad man, and
his book should find no demand for
tilling Tlie Wool
-r' rol na. ho married
flrheoI, j,,' CharWte, Whom he
ypX lo this, place' and Iks since
"afts-His wile, yx money
.ed was that of Mr. Edwin Sha-
who hid given him charge -ol
. , . .V -r"'leny aim set; inm.up
'mesaaiKl it will 'inu.nnt almm
h-Mr. fhavcraud th ux-l tvn.npn
,HJ.fKvuiprtthy of the community
-J'iu 'turves uone
pi-etched a guad praeticie sermond to
iu attentive audieace.
We are having dry - hot weather
and ire think this is ono of tbo timc
that nearly all in the" coniinnnity
-votdd be glad to f-.ee a good season,
i '0n last Saturday MrJ. A. Lik
va; burning shaviugs and (rash near
lis turn iture shop and white he was
gone, to dinner bis shop caught on
fire and as every rbody whs at dinner
she fire got a start before it was dis-
oveml that it was impossible to
save anything and Mr. J. C. RopVrs
house was burned, ami by hard and
faithful work of 40 or 50 men with
buckets and several of the ladi-s
Haywood Bros, saved thier In-us-
vtnd. the Leseter stcre from the
tames., the L t-siter store .hou-t
!--annt in two or three ( lft-ivnt
day in July. I J fl.
There are gome people who believe
the resignation (?) of Presiden t Crowel!
of Trinity College is the very best
thing that could have happened for
the college.- Yadkin-Valleyews.
A fatal mistake .was made by George
and Olarence-Dudle, in AVake couuty
last week. While- plowing they plow
ed up something resampling angebco,
tte roots cf which they had been in the
habit of chewing, . ad they chewed a
lot of this loot, resulting in the death
of both. . . ' i j 1 i -
The thirteenth annual convention of
the North Carolina Hi ate Sunday
school association will be held in Dur
ham , August 21, 22 awl 23, next. Bish
op.V. W. Duncan, of thI.IChurch,
South, will deliver J thb opening ad
dress. ; f
A special to the Post from Winston,
savs: Governor Tillmanl Of South Car
olina, was interviewed hero this eve
.ning on his return frim JNe York. He
said that dispensariesrahd high license
will be the issue iu he j fallcampaigu
in South Carolina. fThetqireslion will
be settled by Dtjmocjattd iprnaries in
August. "I will n;l be i candidate
for Governor, but will be in the -race
for Senator Butler'ss seat"! said the
Governor, "and I expect to -W in."
Durham Sun: Dr, lV. V. .aley who
has been been pastorl of then Christaiu
Church in SuiTolk, Va,; fr several
years, has beeu elected President ol
Elon College, Dr. Long jiaviiig resign
ed some months ago.-; , 1 . ' p
The executive committee of the
State' Farmers' Alliance Jdeided that
the annua! meeting of vhe Alliance be
held at Greensboro bfg'iyning tho
second Tuesday iu-Atignst. i It is ttie
third time the annual iC-fcioii has call
ed there. I ;
J. M. Whitlow, a -sawyer's at Kest
ler's mill, two miles sjiouth!, of States-
Iicxirigton, Ky., June 13. The
sensation in priitical circles here to-
Josenh Overcash a citizen at ITari&u-aay 's iDe published statement that
post ollice, died last week, agedx80JC'n,Jnt' aS" Duke, of Louisville,
..dii-,n- . r -j j
oi i.ur un in ci ii ai: in7. iu i mm
biothei-iii-law and chief of staff of
General John Mrgan, the famous
Confederate raider, has assured Maj
or Henry Clay McDowell that he
will stump the Ashlang district for
him fgainst Co'onel Breckinridge, if
tlie latter is renominated. Mijor
McDowell resided at Ashland, Hen
ry Clay's estate, his wife being a
grand-daughter of Mr. Clay, and he
has practically consented to be the
Republican candidate, if Breckin
ridge is .re-nominated. General
Duke a stalwart Democrat.
Weekly Weather Crop ?ul!etin.
The reports of theeorrespondenls
of the Weather Crop Bulletin, issued
by the North Carohna State Weath
er Service, f r the wvefc ending Mon
day, June ll:h, lSOt, .how but
slight improvement in crops. "The
fiiist ainl labt days of the utek were
warm and favorable, but following
the rain of the Oih occurred one very
cool d ty. The weather is now very
dry and rain is much needed. The
conditions were wrvgo.d for farm
k and h'iv stiii.
week fe-lkely to b-o v;-y warm, with
showers dhring the Lt'ter art.
V est E TT ii i r r. Tiie chief
comrlanit in this itivi r.Qi a the con
tinued dry weather, which is causing
d iiivage to alt crops. A fight rain
occurred on the GJi, with a "little
hail, and w,!S foi lowed by colder
weather, but the last thre days at
the week ha ye been vsry warm.
Harvesting is going on. A large
number of correspondents say that
wheat docs nut stem io ripen, but is
simply dying in the tiilds. Corn is
looking tolerably weii, but neither
corn nor cotton is growing much.
Fa i tnrs are done i ranp!aul ing -to-
O.iCCO, Wlllcii IS l)i lug wotKecl out.
Clover hay is being cut. Kens re
ported: St artowii, (.4o iicii; Char-
iotte,tt.20; Concord, O.50; Salisbury,
(Uy; Mock v ill", O.oo; 31t. Pieasatif,
0.40 Murphy. 0.11; O ,k Fo-esr, 0.50.
Nothing but lir.-t cla-s work turned
out from the Watchman Job Odice.
Give us a trial onkr.
The stat-nseiit- . has cotained -currency
that tb'.c-en Victoria believes
herself to be a descendant of D.ivid,
kirrg of Israel. The theory is that
the eldest daughter of Zc-dekih tl jd
ville, attempted 4ojmniJ(wer the saw UQ Ireland with Jeremiah, when the
latter was an old m -n, and afterward
married Heremon, kitig of Ulster. A
while it was in motiob. He fell and
both legs caught in the Saw terribly
lacerating the flesh iuid bonfs, so that
it was necessary to take ifl"he left leg
at the kut?e ioiut and the? right three;
inches above tho. ankle. It was
thought the patient, would die, but be
has rallied and is expected to live.
Vice President Stevensonlend Gen.
J. B. Gordon will attend" fhe 4th ol
Juiv celebration at the Guilford Bat-
tic Ground. - Jj
Mr- Ephraira Greene, pf No. 10
Of Uood's Sarspparriila i3 that while
it purifies the blood and sends it
coursing through the veins full of
richness and health, it also imparts
new life and vigor to every function
of the body. Hence the expression
so often heard: ' Hood's Sars.ipr
illa made a new person of me," It
overcomes that-tired feeling so com
And Taking the Scalp!-
300 p:tirs Oiford ties hi tan and black
at 50c pair.
20(H) yards best indigo prints at 5c. .
200 yards 20c Silkoline iu 10 to 20
yard remnants at 2 )c. a1 yard.
50 bolts tilk ribbon number 7 at 5e. a
a yard. ' ; '
250 vds Calcutta cloth worth 12J at
i 500 Mens' Suspenders at 10c. eaoh.
Hood s Pills are purely vegetable, 500 Uy enders $t 5a each.
C ill i 1 i-ii . - :
perfectly harmless, always reliable
and beneficial. '
ti ki S-'
T" in a in
ViU B I lv! iu
ber.t- friend, that 11 eve?
fsil - yon, is jamoiio Liver Regu
i:.itor, (tho Red Z; tlial's what
vuu lio.tr ni the mention of this
sponhl not be r-eicuaded
t:o King of Liver Modi-.
, ' ! i-
TT X ' V
ur-'y. ts i'i
to Lo t;iken
The Famsrs Mutual Tire Insnrancs
, Association for Ecwan County,
met iu convention at the Court. House
on the 2nd int., and effected a per
manent organization, electing the
following known men as olficers for
the ensueing year :
Phillip So wers, t' rest . ; V .T.Gheen,
J, 11. L. Bice, U. G. Lippard, J. T.
Cardan, Jesse W. Miller, Geo. A. Hall,
V: L, Harris, J. V. Camgan, V. C.
Kluttz, W. A. Cam poet I, J. C. Sow
ers, S. A. Earn heart, Diactors.
Tiiisis a co-operatire ph.n of In
surance for the protection of farm or
any detached property against de
struction by fire, wind and lightning.
It gives each member a policy con
tract chartered by the Legislature of
North Carolina, and good for a pe
riod of thirty years for cO cts. on
each one hundred dollars of property
insured, and is subject to no addi
tional cost except to meet the actual
; losses of this County Association by
prorata assessment. ihe statistics
sdiow that "the average expense i
about $1.50 on the one thousand pei
annum-r- For further information
W. 0. GO REE, Local Agent.
Salisbury, N. C.
Or J, S.C. Carpenter. Gen 'I. Ag t.
Charlotte, N. C.
VITAL TO HAH800D."'
Be.-st six cord spuol cotton, two spools
5 caes Womtm's Calf 'Button Si:oes at
75e. a pair.
Big lot of White Goods at les- than
These are only a few of the
we are offering this week.
23. TJV. 33TTXTT d) CO.
SEND FUJI OUR SPRING PRICE
List and Circular and you will;
find it to your advantage to have,
vovr Foiled ehdhes
anteed or no eliarge
cleaned lv us. Ail work guar-
itti; lit 11 .1 c;-:t v raprwr.
Ex. E. C. VEST'S NEUVE AND BKALS" TREAT-
'I yT. a "TfC'Sf for llyfcieiih. DizzinebS. Fits. ?u-
r.a irir., HceOacae, Js'crvous prostrttloa caused b.
a- ihol cr ti-.bncco. Vnkcfuiness. Mental DeDrssifi:.
SotoniuK f i-rain, caiisin iceftnity, misery, decay
doatb, PrfTiiatur Old Age, Barrenness, Loss -.
fowi'r in eiuier fcx, mipoieucy, ijtut'Jiiuu'j uuu
Feiuaio Weaknesses, Invaluntary Losses, Sperraa
torriiraa cauod by over-erurtion of braiu, Sel
r.buse, ovfer-Iudutpecco. A month's treatment, f 1,
? for f5, by mail. V ita tac oraor irr b Doxe, wit:
qt.aater of a century ago, as the stoi y"f""p Yf !TfR SI (I'M TO PJITJiF, Pitr
,,M n -lomvn,.,., filor -UAUUil -lUil IU illjlilj I lULUJ I cure? Kic'i HeaUaoho, liiUoaness, Liver Ccn2ilaiut
places and Mr. John McAuleyV j vbile hauling wheat one day recently
. i l 1.1 i? i ... i r ; . J
; but as tlie coarse oi'
. ,laM obfce- iiljr, , hey cont. udt;d l(
iat that they Svent to
c itiuht n ther )of, and o ne of the
indies drew and. carried water like
heroes, Mr. M. S. Martin and F Mr;-
Auley got burned a little on the
hand in the fire.
Mr. F. . Mc A u ley U. thrashing
wheat at his mill for his customers
his week; The' wheat crop is very
short i a t his community.
We think Mr. J. A. Lisk will re
build shortly and thuse that are du
him should make an tftort to pav
him at Once as he will be most coni
pelled to have it tolivejon vvhile build
ng, and we should remember that it
cost. something to build and everv
holy that is owing him will do bun
a great favor to call and settle up at
once, r.nd don't put this matter of!
for a moreconvmi ut season.
air. M. B. Lassiter of Maxton was in
town last week.
Miss Monte Christian hasjit re
turned tiom (jieensboro Female
li. Y. Chr'stian, Eq., has just
hilided home from the machine shops
in Uurisiotir Ohio where lie has been
for some time, he is looking well and
we presume his. busiues and
climate suits him.
U'y !.! 4-netly marrieit, cousc-
- -i-a is-ihr,.
v --iii'sr a Iwmif,',! J.,,. tit-
,-4 U aul M Joiee flowery
it wbuy.be a gooitday to
-.ltt:l to Otn- .5...'
l ; . n. anil , i,: i . k ' . .: i . . -.
kf Uut meet with j the op
;, SoUle 'mial papers and
were ! "H ,"'e'1 and thP lhere
C 'ere P-'de one according to
,hnsoud Henry Eames
-v- u ineudly scuffle near
' t-'.fV Stllmi.t. m i'!r.,n :
,v,v, iiuu ;cii in u
f f'jtrf -y cijivi ten iu u
1 lutn'ergea iu the
s? biullv scal4a.i
Ve-toeaxe his IHy
is.: "yliome on" Ritnwl,,.
i. i 'i' at uot dangerously
T. F. Young has moved his stock of
general merchandise fi-oui the corner
store of Main and Ennis street to the
room formerly occupied by T. B.
Wyatt. The room vacated by Mr.
Young will by fitted up lor the drug
business and; occupied by Mr. Jas. 11.
Plummer, who is now with Theo. P.
Kluttz & Co,
Cards were received, here yesterday
announcing the jnari ige inAViirton on
Wednesday June 20tl?Tof .Mr. V. C.
Wright, a member of the popular shoe
hrm of Whitlock & Wright, of this
tci ty, to Miss Ada Brant ly, daughter of
Mrs. Capfc. W. D. Thorpburg. The
Watchman extends congratulations in
advanc3 of the happy event and hopes
that their lives may be as pleasant and
profitable as ever bics&ed two hearts
made twain.) ;
. Capt. D. jf. Bennett, of Norwood,
was in-the city. Tuesday.
suffered a serious accident;. J His mules
took fright, ran away and hrew Mr,
Green from the wagon. Ills arm was
broken and his head was b;dly bruis
er!. He is so badly injured bat Tear of
a fatal, end is entertaiued' Concord
Stadard. I. I f
Frank D. Hackett, a ypnsc lawyer
and insurance sigent, pf tatesville,
made au assignment foiff Monday.
Laaonuies fro.ooo, in projerrea claims.
The Watchman sympathizes with Mr.
Hackett and hopes tukejnay be able
to pay up in full. j . j !?
The Sentinel says ihai District Al-
torneyGlenu and Mr. John , Frazicr
scrapped on the streets f Winston
Monday, but were! sopatfed befoie
either sustained any ;dainae
A special to the Cliarlotfe Observer
from Lexington says that ex-sheriO
', v It
Jjoltiu died at ins Home in fiiomasviiie
Sunday from the eftects of i stroke of
The State executive cdfrimittee of
the Populist party; callsl township
primaries to-meet June 80tf and coun
ty conventions July 4th tofelect dele-
gateslc the State, eoegreiisional and
judicial conventions.; . s
. L I'
ll you want tirst Cjlass Job work at
prices that defy coiiipetitjou try tho
told the queen that she was a decen
datit of King David, only to be in
formed that she and tlie prince coi -sort
had discovered that interestin i
rct many years oerore. as a con-j
sequence of this discovery it is given
oat that the queen is arxious to male
i trip to Palestine, in order to look
upon the land over which her ances
tors ruled. Ibis may be true, but
there is no reason apparent why the
queen might not long ago have vis
ited the holy land if so disposed.
E. E. Raper, of Lexington, will be a
candidate for solicitor in this district
subject to the action of the Democratic
The Lenoir Topic says thai tlie
Republicans will probably nominat-.;
Mr. K. Spencer Blackburn, of Ash"
county, to oppose Hon. W. II.
ic.-s v2& Si-'5!viep:r--(Sfi-:
3our St-omscti, fJyspepsia and Constipation.
eUAliAiiTiJS issued ouly Dy
Edwin Cuthrell Salisbury,. X. C.
Will be Run from j
Cbarlotte to AshsYille. S
Carrie Orsne King
Many candidatesm;iy pring up
over t he district foe the jupgesiiip oj
tliis district, but the peopfe of the
district are pretty apt to keep Judg.
11. F. Aruifi 1 1 in that place. The
State has no abler jurist of sounder,
purer nian. J I
Many such flood the mfirketBo
tanicilood Babu is a con-fcieotiousiy
compounded medicine, th result oi
forty years praclieel bvyah etniuent
physician. It is the tawft blod purifier
ever offered to thepuidie, iiiu is guar
anteed to cure if giv(n a fa-trial. Trv
it for all skin and bipod diseases, iii
eluding eatrtrrh ileimat3ism iur its
worst fornf. One bojtle of ft contains
mnrp purHlivfl ami hoii'iliix.tn -;. t,...
. . , - - - . ......... n 1 1 , II I
W AVTED: .To rwit. small cottage, . thaiii dozen of anvl of . olher kind
4 or 5 rooms, in good oejghboihojd. j Try "Otd lteliable."-ptb adi ertiseaieut
a'i'ij an n awuuiiiu uutt;c4 -
Save the Children
By Purifying Their Blood
Hood's SarsacaritlafVIakes Pure
- Blood, CureSScrofula, Etc.
"My experience with IIckhVs Sarsaparilla has
been very efXtaA-e. My little girl, five yars
old, had foroSiR years a bad skin disease. Her
arms ancHimbs would break out in n mass of
sores, .riiscfcarstn? yellow matter. Sire would
serijKli tlie eruptions as though it gave relief,
Rad tear open the sores.
Two Bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparilla caused the erupttons to heal and
nd the scabs pcalod o2, after which the skjn
became soft sad smooth. As a family medicine
JUNE 28TH, 1S34.
VIA- SALISBURY- j
FOR r.ITM?.B WX. Th'i ren1
J-'Sji- bicg i'.iKl dir-ctiy to tho ot
S3 It r-J tho d4.ss of theOerito-Vrinary Or
.m -j;; r.-m, r ;i:rrti no chr,e of 5ist c
Mj AS A PREVENTIVE
r--'. -5 !iv r:trr nr. it iini is..i'j1c to contract
Edwin Cuthrell, Silisbury.
COLUMBIA STEAM H WORKS
173 Maix St., Columuia, S. C.
J. E. K.tiTlKAY, Agent.
SALISL5UKY, N. C.
RECENTLY : MOVED
STOCK 0 iOUS
TO THK COKNEIt-..
j. b. sheet;
I am better prepared to sell yon Gro
ceries cheaper than ever. I receive new
oods daily and buy all kinds of country
oroduce; also aeiit for the celebrated
galvanized hackk-band hook; wi-il r.ot
iust lroia se;c or exposure to weather.
SPECIAL I have 200 pairs of siioes
and some ladies dress jioods on band
uid will sell at and below cost. Also
ill pei sons indented to n;e by .account,
iote or jnoriuae for last year will call
and settle and f-ave cost
s.15 a. in.
8.5 " "
S.id " "
9 0- " "
5 iy " "
9.25 " '
Louvo Ashevl'.ip, on tot urn, fi p. m. June 29tli,
r-ioiiuiir Churlotie at l o c.ock. ,
MSlUeineinber, tins is the cheapest hx
C'.i; sio'i Ol:ll ii;t t.-t'i iit-tu run ri' iiuu-?
round triii lor $-'.75. You will have : por
tion of TiiUi'-'litv uveniapj and thut n'nrht. and
all d.iy i-'ii'lav iu the city to view the scene-
8:-r.Urri's train will not stop after leaving
o i- . ... V (' "..i
a liirt.o.u-e of 1 A i luiles, makmp ti-t ton
;uid I'-iin" throuirh the rreiit hwananno:oi
Tnunel of one mrte, and going aroiiml thi
Dine Top Mountain three t'imes to get or.
tDa. I have secureu the services of two oT
tre.t Mu-kans in the city to furuUh muie
Parents, if you cannot go sand your?onor
tlautrhter in inv care, liest order will be en
forced. For furthej information apply to
J.L. Bridges, Manager, Charlotte, . 0.
Uavms qu iiitled as Admlnlstr tioi unoa-'the
est''.tt-of Kuphroi 2en E. Front H, dese.1 a!:
iijrstiiaiii cuUiai atr-ui si h-r .ii.ue aie
U r by uotili to prt-t.t-T:t them totdf ior p:t.v
taeni on or b.-for-!iie iTtii d.iy of' i ay 15 o
this notice w ill bep-tead In bar their recovt-ry.
AU perfaoas indebted to sUi-estate aio rt-.:tu si
td to make pi-cin.u set t Uieut . 'i hlMy i . . '94.
l: 'W I.ov.raj.ce, A dm r
Lee s. Overman, Airy.
The Orfn of Wr-bb Nicholson. & Itabe la tins
day tH'ssolved lv Bititual eonscu". The bu.-d-e-f
siu tbe future will i e concuoied by c. 11.
yVt bb & T. J. iii.be, v. h are to pay all de : i
dure bv the firm m ire of Webb & Kabe. who
ire to pav all notes accounts etc, um the firm is
to be puld to them. This May 2i 194.
C. B. Webb,
HAVE OPENED A BIG STOCK OF
MENS' YOUTHS' BOYS,
we b!!eTe food's S.irsRpari'Ja lias no eqnal and
I reconyneod It.'' TV. L KWG, Bluff Data, lex-
Hood's Pills are Uie best family cathartic,
geuUa and effective. Try a box. 23 cents. -
S 3 SHOE NO I"JtZ A K?S. ;
FKFNCK& EMAiMELLED CALF.
4-.f-5.? F!HEGALF&Kh.NGASSl l
EXTXA FINE. - f
it . t:
BROCKTON, 4AS3. :
Yoa caa save money by purcbaslae VV. I
,... .a B-r. fUp largest raanefacrarera ci
advertised shoes ia the -world, and guarantee
Come and sec what we can do for you.
Dress Gingham, 10 Cent Quality,
'all at 5c. per yard.
25 oo v, nigs
Stand.-'.rd tSb-le Ginghams, at 5c.
j lOOO YARDS
12? Cent Quality of Outing at 7c.
f extra beiivv fine blenched Slieet- I
inu-s in the ffl'.uw it. v. l-.Itlits: 5-4.
6.-4, 8-4, y-i, H-4, ut very low rig-
, THHEE THOUSAND YARDS
'Fai.ev Uil t aik.., litd, lue ami
(Jreen (irounds, warth 8lCls., at
.r cts. jer yard.
Fast Color New Challies at 4c. yard.
White Goods at less than cost of
Gome and give us a 1o6j.
LiTTijiAii & Llviiiiiiikiiii.
WEBB f KPE Proprietors.'
Dealer, in SXo,mmnK IW3t.r. n.l w -
the value by Etaapiatterasie .P"-;-
l?;Z7oter Outgoes ! .nan.liin. Be ...ve to g-fVe tis a
eaual custom" wort in s'-yle. Via L5f ? ..,1, ,. F.-.ir- var--ty oil h ' P i
where at lower prices for lue pven taaa ' j- Street, next to biaUtl I ipC.
any other make. Take no subsutute. I- voux J
dealer ynnot supply you, we caa. Sc-laby i x
1 .. t
and at the verv lof prices coianl u,'
call, or w l is1- i"j i' '
1 to r-elct troui. ;
liefnre buvin e!
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