' i i ' - : j .
r jL - ' In -T-J - ' J-Jr-j-jaa-ja,.- . . . . .
)A , - - -' - . ,r u- ..." -. . 1
Wood.o St'atevjlle, is
- - 1 7 r
fi. t " - ' -.1
M v .' ' r ii a Rosed Cloth-
ilf11 P . . ;!., , Jf, P. .WM much needed,
Item From. Faitfc.
i . --. .
Correspondence of jie Watchman.
' ? -' -
.The Baptist Sunday;jchool of Salis
bury had their pic oic in the beaylifuj
ground at Faith academy, yednesday
Tie' had a fiof rain, Sunday which.
,t dol Air. -
ijiras buried y
t"TlP oa-ssed through
H5!!, there Tuesjiay nigH
t?V lie T eaehers Assembly at
.. I.. Pnurch
Cnurch street sj
i ' ..ill mAVA 111
J. D. A. Flsbef hitiJed"a Baif hU
celebrated millstones last Saturday 4
The Eichniond & DanVille Railroad
Conipany are havint; some vorkdone
Inn 1 h ivr-iuit A hlt. onrl hnuinesa ia Irnlr-
loofesville 7 ' ..-vWM .
necaj i , . ... . it.
a ue cii ut vuariuiie w gtitiug sums
fine curbing from thec;raDite belf.
J. T. Wyatt has a four foot mill stone
at the Rowan couhty . Fair grounds
that be proposes to sell and devote ope
W. half of the proceeds to the Vance, mon
about I ument. This mill stone got the di
o it in I ploma.
VV. W. Ritchie has moved back from
of tbe l A'ry, Where he had been employ-
rt3iou , - 7 tUf ,.iri n. ed aa foreman of the quary there.
.f 1'aWaU Va """V1" .:. -
1. -J Ol": " J. i U'n h; lilna lUth 'UJ. c
iw' to-,v t6'a tiauQter oi.j 1
jirb Cfl - . I X I
geottnaicuuu.j. , . nanmnff Zepayrs.
j rtv rlabn have corresponieace wau nmaa
fAr i lit-; iiLsv v i
i v ; .
J and given the
f irti fwhtPtted p"low sjason.
uryba ball .team returned
tchpVl ie PUUuaj v""'fc ""s
A3 . - .
.out. of a series o
Tt'?ho)-s are not
Sunday scnooi oi tuc
-..i.hnrf.11 iic niced at
Blackberrv pies are among ihe
delicasis of the season, -
Oar farmers were wise and made
hay last week while the sun shone.
Miss Minnie Goodniau, of Cleve
land, is visiting at Manning.
Matrimonial business is away down
below par now. No weddings have
occurred in tins neignoornooa in
i-ankliu niitny, years, it is not because the
it was .turns don t -.wis IT to marry, but, the
casion, for all whd attend- purcbashlg price is loo high for the
av, barring the weathe
Vjadaboveull to the childrfcn,
(4ls are out for ihe . mar ri
wto-veuiug June uui
at tlie nisi n
-3!1wLowry. Tii event is
'W to Villi much hiterest
Salem s Sunday -school averages
uu about 80 scholars.
at :oO ministerial call has been exten-
byterian ded Mr. Border by the Manning
aiid Miss Uliarye. We bone it will be accent-
I . o .1 ' -
look ed ed.
ii fcaus- Wheat has been riar vested ana a
Mciai drc-l'e of which taey are great portion ot it housed. The most
.-jminent meuibcr ; ..
of it did not uiatm-e, but dried up.
Not more than a third of a crop is
- 1 rt rf an iiixri.t.!irht.inn
r , - ... ;,..
i."t"irrf!ilo short, most of it froze out dur-
insr the extreme cold weather. Corn
fchairmanl of this Wnm-:nVnts. but blooms are not ex
- - rr n i - - -r- - '
A . . .a I x;-'- ii I
briet.M riU'a aca11 lor Pe GQr peeled before the 4th of July.
htJyecdmuiatce ot tms juuieuu ui-t are glad
glad to see the improved
appearance of the VVatchman and
hope it will continue to oe origni ana
newsy. r UO.
Manning, N. C, June 18th 'Ol.
idtoinect at the Mt. Verr.bh hotel,
iftiscitfyouTuesilay June poth to
ectatime arid plaee for holding the
MarvSkeen. of liandolph county. -. El Dorado Items.
J;-"mirrieil at Kestlers boarding correspondence ot Watcliman
on Monday evening by Key.. Dr. We had a good snower oi rain i4m.
tr .i.,.iih. The cviuolb drovei The wheat crop win average ou oais
iroflga country to this-place audqv Corn and cotton remarkabl
a run sinaii.
-I r . 1,1 -s
jot tied wucu enquiry irom go'H miuc
fminrt nartv is shipping ore from the Tebe
Sanders miue to have it tested, a sale
White s expected,
To the Democrats of thfi Eighth Jvl
cliisLl District. " , f
The tiraeiaj approaching whgn you
wiJl assemble! to nbriiin ate a candi
date for Judge, j Tb Judicial oice,
Uks the .Presidency I of the United
States, id ijeithejr to - he bought, nor
declined, and the njan Iwho would'
Ue the arts of a demagtigae to ob
tain Ipherebjf provf3 Ms unfitness
for its dutiesJ j
But as I have heti the office for
five years, and as it i:is'jeen circu
lated througbfTthe jjistrfct that I
would decline a renoniwation with
iheiew of running forja high po
litical office to be filled b'J the Legis
lature, you have the' right to know,
and it is my djujy toteli jrou whether
or not this, is true.
I accepted the office five years ago
after much hesitalioj) and many mis
givings, knowing that byf its accept
ance I would saciifice fa practice
large and reasonably lucrative. I
1io we ver accented. WithVwhat abil
ity and learning I i a vei discharged
its duties, you are thie judges.
This far I will indulge in "the
foolishness of boasting." J will assert
that I have always piehhthe judicial
scales with absolute ? impartiality,
yielding neither to fear nor affection
No man can say that while sitting
to judge, hiin after the law, I have
mitten him contrary to the law, or
that I have used my high power to
brow-beat him or wQundlbis feelings
I have striven rather to be just than
o - appear learned, fto be merciful
rather than famous.? And I say to
you frankly since Jthe matter has
arisen directly uponithe above report,
that if you approve my?? conduct, I
would be proud of airenomiuation.
But I recognize the fact that in
this country : no tn;ia ha any claims
T j " i'ii 1. 1
upon an omce. lt belongs to tne
people. And the ntaa who accepts
an office must school himself to the
sentiments of Job j as he expressed
them towards the (jriver- of all gifts,
and be able to say. I'Thefpeople gave,
and the people have taken away;
blessed be the namej of the people
I would never hold the office one
hour, without the $elie that., I was
Weekly Weather Crop Fxdietin.
v The reports of the correspondents
of the Weather Crop Bulletin, issued
by t lie North Carolina State Weath
er Service, for the weeJc ending Mon
day.' June JSth, J894, iudi'cate
that the weather has been so tne v hat
more favorably than ! the previoas
week. The temperature has been
above normal, with one or two cool
days after the thunder-storm of 13th
and 17th. The rain-fail was great
est in Eastern District, but insuffi
cient nearly "everywhere. There
were several very hazyjlays. "Cotton
lsgrowing better. Ihe yield of
wheat it generally reported small.
Western Distsicx. The weath
er during the past week ha been
quite warm, and would have bee u
very ravoraoie ror growing crops out
for the prevailing dryness. Al
though light showers fell' at many
places on the 13th, 17th and 38th
(drought still prevails oyer a larger
part or the district. Lorn and cot
ton are well cultivated, and the
warmer weather has started cotton
to grow Wheat harvest has not
commenced in some of the nioun
tain counties; in others it is about
oyer and threshing has comrusnced.
Rains reported: Salisbury, 0.25
inch; Lynn, 0. 81, O ik Forest, 0.23;
Murphv, 0.37, Concord; 1.18; Char
lotte, 0.18 Davidsou, 0.57.
Auiong thosje whom vre have seen
r - 9
spoken of as probable candidates for
poucitpr is the name of our DODularl
Call for Meeting of Democratic Ex-
enUyeCoianittee Eighth Judi
young townsman and lawverilr. I The Democratic executive pnmmlllea
Lee Wright, who together with L. ! of- eighth judicial district will meet
while they claimed it was not
mj wet they wanXed the k
xhrt too maiiy of their peopt
l-'Sinitid. June 1 4th at t
3uj".uear Chiua Grove,' by I Rev. Wf
v.si)all, Mr.-Joseph M. ilionbarger
jsi-MisaMagsjie Ellen All of Ro-an
Died near Wood I oaf, this county, on
Sunday, Ir. J. F. Gi l lean! and was
iairkd at Unity church Monday. Jlr-
iilieaa was a" young man of excellent
iiraeter and the comjnu'uity .sustains
I deep loss in hi death. " -,
HfWjb. Dickson and j lliss Jcs-
Co-Cliainbers, two of Mo
33tprotaineut and deservedly
itfjdung -people were married in the
Fnsbytemn church at that 1 place on
Tutsday evening. The Watchman
fledges the receipt of an iuvita-
liajto be present 'at the - happy event.
HyCc. Wright, of Winiton, is in
(jfihe AHievil.le ex6ursi(n, was in
TO tins woi uing looking
westof his excursion. If
ttpectsa large crowd amofrg whom
.ri oe the best people f Charlotte.
C. K. Barker represents, bal isbury
WgeofK.of i'.at the meetlnc of the
Chiidreus day at Macedonia the 17th,
much time is being spent getting the
children trained, and. getting some
good thiugs for the inuer man, as veg
etables ara scarce, and the dogs have
killed many good muttons. Vidi.
e says he
J Lodge at Winston thi
fpmetliiug has been said about who
I'M the olilt-st subscriber I any paper
Mbe Stafc The Watchmar! comes to
tie frotit with -Mr. Chas: troltshouser.
Rockwell, who has taken fleWatch
N coutiimously lor 48 yefirs. He
aiira ihjs morn'mii and paid
W-'. H. Wakefield, of
.91 i . ' '
be ID ,:ilihni v of iUa
Sfel on. Fmlav, July silTi
Practice limited to Kye, J2ar'
T uu x uroai.
w-opalchurcli will give ja fawn par
jS DiSht at Mrs. J. A Blac i mer's.
:l5;ieNeyi who has ust crad-
fnm ilia i t .i o.-X- -.t.;.i
1.' -j 't'. fiucu niaBus iavei
pmy, is at home visiting! bis fath-
Mt. W. (K MeXeely. lie wilfre-
'f IB a ffW (lavs tn Aiinotlnlic on1
'ijP.'?ycai cruise, whifeh is the
'Ig touch to his education, and
2j!r of -him if he enters tie Jiaval
, i Eimiss hns Ilia . cljnw nrln.
rated with old (relics of
0ti "Nicies is k piece of
"UI IhA ;,fl!:. -
T """ ui vreu. Vi CU
"95l.ich was giveij him by
Sea l,a,,tt wllich of cpurse he
,Uae au interestius his-
&fsiU9R as traveangjsalesman
room Ui3 Aeek with
Mt. Gilead Locals.
Porrespondence of Watchman.
llev. G. O. Wilhoit filled bis regular
annointment here on Sunday. His
LI ' -
sermon was good, and very interestiu
to the children.
Rev; A. K. Pool i3 filling the place o
Rev. K. A. McLeod, who left us the
first of the month.
Rev. Mr. Belts preached in the Meth
odist church here last week. - He Was
on his way home aud was accompanied
by three of his daughters.
This community is now being bless
ed with good rains.
Messrs. 'IV C Leak, J, W. B. Cole
Johu Everette, aid Geo. S. Steele, pass
ed" through town last week on bicycles
on their way to the Narrows. ,.
Prof. R. H. Skeen returned from At
lanta last week accompanied by Miss
Hattie Skeen who has been in Atlanta
attending an art and music school.
Rev. A: K. Pool is at present board
ing at Mr-T S, Williams,
Miltpu Lisk and Starling Moore have
contracted to dig post holes from Mt
Gilead 6a Norwood for the telegraph
line. So Mt. Gilead will be connected
with the outside world by the wires if
we can't get a tail roadt
J. A, Lisk has bought lumber to re
build his furniture shop and will soon
be at worktagain
Aj, B. Ingram has just completed a
house at the Wood place.
Miss Minnie Withal in company
with her father, of Ansonville, came
over last Suuday and took part in the
child rent's day exercises. J.
Mt. Gilead, June 19. '94.
C. Caldwell, of. Statesriile, W.j G.
Means of Concord, and E. E. Kaber
of Doyidson, make four candidates
in the field. "
Detectives in .Washington have just
discovered a deep plot lo blow up the
capital by a gang of anarchists headed
by a half breed iudian by the name ofl
Wouere Saxou. The plans were all
being systematically laidmeetings be
ing beld every night and the com bust ii
ble material had been obtained,- and al
most everything in readiness when one
who had the confidence of the gang or
a "peep hole" into the meetings gave
them away to the detectives who made
a raid and spoiled the whole game.
'Whither are we drifting."
at the Mt. Vernon Hotel in Salisbury,
on Tuesday, June 26, 1894, at 12 mM lor
the purpose of calling the judicial
nominating convention,, and for the
transaction of other necessary business.
uy authority of the committee.
Theo. F. Kluttz.
becretary pro tem.
Democratic papers in the district
will please copy. -
Pulling The Wool
Capt. J. C. McCanless, entertained a
uumber of his friends at Dunns Moun
tain on Tuesday. The menu was all
that could be desired.
The Why and Wherefore
There i3 nothing marvelous in tfc
fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla should
i.ut7ov many UlitfUSeS, tV Qeil J'OU
reiuemuer inai a majority of the
nnples, boils and other humors orders "flesh is held to" are dn i
of the blood are liable to break out impure or poisonous condition of the
in the warm weather. Prevent it by
taking Hood s Sarsaparilla. !
the choice of the people of this dis-
ahd of the whole State.
tnct, and of the whole btate. I
heartily wish that rihifxies may be
held in every township, that the peo
pie may express thejr ill upon t he
nomination of the I Judges. And if
the will of the people fhall be ex
pressed agaihsC me,' I shall take con
solation in the boasjt of fthe spartan
that my country hth worthier sous
Having said this mnch I leave the
matter in your
that it is your first duty to louk to
the public interest;?
Very Respect fnlly Yours,
The Bride to-be Backed Out.
Beneja, Kocklngaan county, Letter, J5tb, to
We had quite a sensational inei
dent here yesterday in the matrimo
nial line. The circumstances in the
case are about as follows: About six
or seven years ago -Miss Laura Van
Hor-k, of this place, aud Mr. Pearce,
of Jamestown, South Dakota, got up
correspondence through a matri
nonial paper. They haye kept up
he correspondence ever since, which
ipened into love. He paid her a vis
t about a year ago. The wedding
was to have come off-yesterday.'; The
prospective groom put iu his appear
a nee Monday and made a'l the ar
rangements with his intended bride
They were to marry yesterday at 9
o'clock and leave on the north bound
train at 10:40 for their Northern
home. The would-be groom went to
Eleidsville Wednesday and procured
a license and at the appointed hour
yesterday he put in his appearance
with the Rey. Mr. Ware, of Reid
ville, to perform the ceremony. Miss
Van Hook had her trunks packed
and was dressed and ready for the
ceremony to be performed, but when
the tune came she backed out re
fused to marry him. He tried to
persuade her, but it was all in vain
tor she still refused. At 10:40 the
would-be groom took the north
bound train fxr his- home in South
Dakota, a sadder but wiser man.
mil on Monday where, Governor j aus, as well as for low condition of
Tillman and Senator R.it W panri;. ttlestem or That Tired ieeling
- y vwuui
dates for a seat in the United States
Statesville, N. C,
11. F. Abmfield.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
wiu'd for any case of Catarrh that can
uot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. CUKNEV & Co., Toledo, O.
We thetindersigned, have known F.
J. Cheuey for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firmi
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toledo, O, Walding, Kin nan & Mar
vin, WholesaleDruggists, Toledo, O,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous, surfaces of the system.
Price, 75c:- per bottle- Sold by all
Pruggists. : Testimonials free.
A Valuable Chest
Tacoma Wush.I have used Sim
mons Liver Regulator aiid can con
scientiously jsay it ts the king of al
liver medicines. : 1 Jcofhsider it i
medicine chest in ifeelf. Geo. W
Jackson. Your drussits wjll sell
in powder or liquid. The "powder to
be taken dry or uiude into a tea.
D. A. Patterson, of Maxton, sends the
first cottou bloom df the season to the
An Elkin correspondent of the Char
lotte Observer states 'tbt a lady car
ried a daily mail freni Laurel 'Brauc
to Sparta, a distance of $0 miles, on a
J. P. Alderman, assistant operator in
the depot at Tatuuu S. Q,, was brutally
murdered Sunday night and the depot
robbed. The body was!-carried abou
100-yards in the woods and was very
The Greensboro! Rersbrd says that
Judge Schenck saw Vice Presideu
Stevenson and benator Gordon in
Washington Thursday apd secured th
promise of each to attend the Guilford
Battle Ground celebration ou the 4th of
butler and Tillman.
The first meeting of the campaign
n South Carolina was held at Rock
blood, and that Hood's Sarsaoarilla is
an effective an radical blood purifier.
iuc wuoie ining is explained.
uesiaes its blood purifying qualities,
Hood's Sarsaparilla, also coutains the
lest known vegeUble stomach tonics,
diureties, kidney remedies and liver
invigorants and is thus an excellent
specific for all disorders these or-
Senate, appeared on the stump to- 52f"L
gether. Four candidates for Govern- VALUABLE CHURCH
ents for re-election.
FOR SALE !
TM. e i i ..n i
,j i - j n i uc irauie rna ei, on corner oi v-nest-
crtnade speeches and Congressman Lut and Main streets, and lot owm
Strait appeared before his constitu- Keet,wh'c belongs to the M.E. Church,
ooutn and which can be converted into
a. comfortable dwelling or store-house,
is for sale cheap, tor further descrip
tion, &c, apply or write to the pastor
ItEV. S. D. Stamey,
A, A. Haetman,
J. L. Odell,
M. M. Waed.
June, 19 '91. Salisbury, N- C.
300 pairs Oxford ties iu tan and tiaek
at 50e pr.ir.
2000 yard best indigo prints' at 5c.
200 yards 20c Silkoline iu 10 to 20 '
yard remnants at 2 )c. a yard,
50 bolts silk ribbon number 7 ut Oi. a
a yard. ' '
250 yd's Calcutta cloth worth 12 at
8 W Tard.
dOOMens' Suspenders at 10c. each.
oOO Boys Susr-uders at Dir. each.
Best six cord spool cotton, two spools
5 cases Woman's Calf Buttou Shoes. tf
75c. a pair.
Big lot of White Goods at lessthan
These are only a few of . the
we are offering this week.
33. 33TTZVT eft O.
Mrs. H..A. Judd, who has bean visi
ting in Eugland, was here Tuesday on
her way to New Londou.
Orange Page, the murder, who is
under sentence to be hanged in July
and who escaped frdin jail .at Raleigh
May 16th, has been recaptured.
Many such flood the market. Bo-
tauic Blood Balm is a conscientiously
compounded medicine,- the result of
forty years practice by au eminent
physician. It is the best blood purifier
ever offered to the public, and is guar
anteed to cure if given a fair trial. Try-
it for all skin and blood diseases, in
cluding catarrh rheumatism in its
worst form. One bottle of it contains
more curative and building-up virtue
than a dozen of any of other kind.
Try ''Old Reliable." See advertisement
To the Public For information : All
prescriptions written by any physrciaii with
any druggist's name does not menu for you
to go there and get your medicine. You are
at liberty to go and get your medicine as
cheap as you can. J. II. Lxmss.
Nothing but first class work turned
out from the Watchman Job Office.
Give us a trial order.
The Old Friend
And tho best friend, that never
fails you, is Simmons Liver Regu
lator, (the Red Z) that's wh'at
you hear at the mention of this
excellent Liver medicine, and
people should liot Le persuaded
that anything else will do.
It is the King of Liver Medi
; is better than pills, and
t i-k es ,1 1 i e pi a ce of Quinine and
Jalomel. It act3 directly on the
Liver, Kidneys and Bowels and
-;vo3 new life to tho vvliolo svs
m. I'll is is the medicine you
v'ant. Sold by all DrugLtipts in
Liquid, or in fowder to be taken
dry or made-into a tea.
cla !. Z Slismp In r-il on w tapper.
t .. -7ti,,v r.. in,i!,Wti.ia.. V..
16 Boilsat Once
Hood's jSarsaparilla Purifies trio
Blood and Restores Health
.The Asheville Citizen says: "It is
learned from the cemetery authorities
that the remains of Senator Vance's
first wife have never been removed to
Riverside from the Presbyterian cemer
the front with a straiige feak of nature.
A hen belonging t Mr. E. E. Cor
nelius hatched a brood of chickens re
cently and iu the fljck' was one, that
had three weH developed bills. The
chicken has since ded.--Landmark,
Statesville Landu: ark ; Messrs, Skin
ner and Kitchin nade speeches in
Statesville last Frk ay. ; The meeting
was a diaappciutraeni-an agreeble one
to the Demoetrats. It was well ad)
lised and froinf the Jtalki oTTLe Pop
ulists it was generally supposed that
au immense crowd 'woud be present.
But the crowd &idn t pan out. Tr ue,
the court house: was full,' but they were
not all Populists. Both "the old par
lies" were well represented. Democrats
went out of curiosity and Republicans
went to enjoy: the drubbing they antici
pated for the Democrats,
The quickest; way
cial grave is to let u
It wiRdig itself then, you'll simply
tery, aud the statement that the Sena-j- sink out of sight of iyery .body butcred
tor's remains were removed ; frtim the ; itors and a few old
side of his first wife's grave is iucor
rcct." .: V
fossils who love
the dead smell of the past. Jed Scar-
to dig your fin an.
i op ,advertisiug.
Mr. F. IF. StoweU
WUniot, 8. Dak.
EXCURSION TO ASHEVILLE
Grandest" Excusion of the Season
Will be Run from
Charlotte to Asheville,
JUNE 28TH, 1594.
The Farmers Mutual Fira Insurancs
Association for Howan County,
met in convention at the Court House
on the 2nd inst., and effected a per
manent organization, electing the
following known men as officers for
the ensueing year :
Phillip Sowers, t'rest.; W.T.Gheen,
J. H. L. Rice, H. G. Lippard, J. T.
Carson, Jesse W.Miller, Geo. A. Hall,
W. L. Harris, J. F. Carrigan, W. C.
Kluttz, W. A. Campbell, J. C. Sow
ers, S. A. Earnheart, Directors.
This is a co-operative plan of In
surance for the protection of farm or
any detached property against de
struction by fire, wind aud lightning.
It gives each member a policy con
tract chartered by the Legislature of
North Carolina, and good for a pe
riod ot thirty years for 0 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. The statistics
show that the average- expense is
about $1.50 on the one thousand pet
annum. For further information
W. 0. G0REE, Local Agent.
Salisbury, Ni C
Or J. S. C. Carpenter, Gen1. Ag't.
Charlotte, N. C.
SEND FOR OUR SPRING PRICE
List and Circular and vou will
find it to your advantage to havo
yovr soileu clonics uyed or
cleaned by us. All work .guar
anteed or no charge.
COLUMBIA STEAM OIE WORKS
173 Main St., Columbia, S. C.
J. K. RAM WAY, Agent.
SALISBURY, N. C.
MY 'STOCK Of GOODS
TO THE CORNER;
ruK EITHER BEX. This nraeCy
beicf inctil direcliy to th teat of
those diso&set oftheGenito-Uriaary Or
gans, requires no chP?9 of diet or
nauseous, mercurial cr pdtsonoaa mad
kinaato L tuea ictcnull. Wbej)
AS A PREVENTIVE
by either sex it i imp!s-ibletooontraet
any Tcncrral diaeate; t-ut ut tte case of
those alreauyUfOTtnTj.T Airucrio
with Gcnorrhsa and Olefit, w gi)gru-
Lv. Newells 8.15 a.
Ilarrlsburg 8.25 "
Concord, 8.40 "
Glass, 9 00 "
China Grove, .ir "
Summer, 9.23 "
Satlsbury, 9.30 -
jjfH tt 5l t a care. Price by mail, posiaja V!,
"m M fil per box, ot tt owe. f .
Edwin Cuthrell, Salisbury.
I am better prepared to sell you Gro
ceries cheaper than ever. I receive new
goods daily and buy all kinds of country
produce; also acnt for the -celebrated
galvauizcd Uickk-band hook; will not
rust from sweat or exposure to weather.
SPECIAL 1 have 210 pairs of shoes
and some ladies dress goods on hand
and will sell at and below cost. Also
all persons indented to me by account,
note or mortgage for last year will call
and settle and save cost.
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Leave Asheville, on return, 6 p. m. June 29th,
reaeUlug Charlotte at U Qtelock.
Bf-lteincinbtr, this ia the cheapest Ex
cursion that has ever been run 37.0 miles
round trip for $2.75. You will have a por
tiou of Thursday evening and that night, and
till day rriuay in the city to view the scene
UfJJTbis train will not stop after leaving
Salisbury, going ovr the V . i. C. Railroad,
a distance of 141 miles, making fast time,
and goiiig through the great Swanaunoah
Tunnel of one mile, and going around the
Blue Top Mountain three tunes to get on
top. I have secured the services of two of
best Musicans in the city to furnish music
Kiddle and Banjo.
Parents, if you cannot go sond your son or
daughter in my care. Best ordfr will be en
forced. For furthej information apply to
J.L. Bridges, Manager, Charlotte, . 0
Having qualified as Admlnlstratoi upon the
estate of Euphroezen E. Front is, deseased all
Eersoiw Having claims against her estate are
reby notilled to present them fo me for pay
ment on or before the 17th day of May 1895 or
this notice will be plead tn bar of their recovery.
All persons Indebt ed to said estof are request
ed to make prompt settlement. '1 Ms May ii.tu
1). W Lowrauee, Adm'r
Lee S, Overman, Att'y.
The firm of Webb Nicholson & Rabc Is this
day dissolved by mutnal consent. The bust
nesslu the future will be conducted by C. B
Webb & T. J. l.Mbe, who are to pay all debts
dure by the firm name or wcdd & itarp. wuo
are to pay all notes accounts fete, due the firm is
to be paid to them, This Miy 21 194.
C. 14. Webb.
W, L. M.'holson,
IS THE BCST.
" C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Masi.
" About four years ago my wife waji troubled
with salt rheum. Although we tried nearly
eYerjrthlng it got worse instead of tetter and
spread over both of her hands s that she could
hardly use them. Finally sho commenced to
use Hood's Sarsaparilla and when sne had taken
two bottles her hauds were entirely healed and
she has not since been troubled. In December,
1892, my neck was covered with boils of a :
There were sixteen of them at once and as soon
as they healed others would break out. My
neck anally became covered with ridges and
sears. I then commenced taking Hood's. Sarsa
parilla, and after taking four bottles the boils
had all healed and the scars have diMppeared.
I recommended Hood's Sarsaparilla to all su
fering from auy disorder of the blood." F. W,
Stowei,!,, Wihnot, South Dakota.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly aa4 ,ny other mate. Take no substitute, .If yooc
aficIe&Uj, OQ tho liver aud Itowels. S5& t dealer canaot supply you, wc can. Soul py A:
W. L. Douglas
4&3? FLNECALf &I01XA1S1
vT.xP PC LICE, 3 Soles.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE
W !- DOUGLAS,
You can save money by purchacisa Vr . JU
Because, we are the largest manufacturers oi
rlvri-ticfrf thvi n the world, and ruarastee
the value by stamping the came and price ca
the. bottom, which protects you agaiast high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work ia style, easy fittin? and
Hnnir finalities. WC nive Utm sold every.
where at lower prices for the value given than
10 W IS THE
Wrights Furniture Store
To get Furniture for the multitude.
Nothing like it ever before seen in Salis
bury. Bed Room and Parlor Suits as
pretty and as cheap as was ever offer
ed on any market in the State.
You only have to see our line of Ta
bles, Dining and Parlor Chairs, Rockers
&c, to be pleased. We also handle
Baby Carriages, Musical Instrumei.ts
and in fact anything that you want
in this line and at prices that defy competition.
No room is complete without nice
Pictures. We have got them. Also
the handsomest line of Frames and
Moulding that can be found in the
This departmeni is complete. Coffins,
Caskets, Burial Robes, Slippers, etc.,
Hearse's furnished for city or country.
Embalming ra Specialty.
. See me before buying.
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