hi Carolina jWatcliman.
iv.,f C. V. Urow,
i . .-J 1t n itTlA inltV-
'-Hon. Kerr Craigq, of Washington
.. n.linira fcsv days m the city
' .3 ' ' 1 ft -
Will Atwcli; and.cnudrprt naye
tbeJr: home in Winston
1 . ,.i,;t tn relatives in theeith.
1Vfter u ; ; :
Mr. l-vid Earnhardt, an aged and
- reneTted cilizen of this? county, drop
t.1 ac;Kl at his) home pear Saw, laU
. )r " -MV ! H. Wakefield, of Wipon
i m be i4 Salisbury, at Cen1rK"tel
' V0 liturday, Septem1e.15one day.
jctMjimUedlto Byjf. oseand
P Cline, of Gnifia Grove, charged
'H-itli ruporwaa' &ntfnced to eighteen
? jhu.Uh on the chain gang. Cliue seem
ed to bXf ell pi eased with the sentence.
1 The agricultural! department com
1 p&d snreportj on) the cottcin -atid
i' w ulci milU in Korih Carolina up to
l;rtaut Ut" ' It ril;Wibat there - are
fa tin of ui:Ki H twelve. ; months.
' la-to" county lead with twentytwo
::j 2.1l Alraauce has twenty, .Randolph
, fifteen and ileclcleuburg fourteen
: ' The hen in thi section have gone
;'i :. ;i. strike or are waiting for tbe tar-
- : ir in licwime a law before, further
i i .-- p i - - 7
tl i u j: Lr'Vli-. 'm, , n i. i'
Cot. Jrcckiori4lge having declared
inja speefhiathfias."hen Hvingfln
hell for ten-years," .the LoUisyilie Post
protests nigainst his represeifting a Ken-
ground thafhe is a non-re:-$dent.
Raleigh revs & - Observer! says: The
talk of the fity4 Jonight, istthe suit of
Charles B. Ilascock, of Stitesyille, N.
Cl for diyofse in which a distinguished
ujiiited Siajs silver Senato is named
&i co resojSdent. All names mention
ed; iu tUelMaadal are : of prominent
people,:: i . ' y:: '
Senator Bu:ler. in Sontli Caroirna '
annouilcsihat he will not abide by
the result df the primaiiei, but that
irienas ot ips win see man inere :s a
ca nd idate r t he leislatatfe in ever y
County fafprable to him. 1 " '
Some bfitl colored people of Wades-
boroareUapci tig of going jjto Liberia,
and understand that they held a meet
ing Tuesday night to take some action
Hon. KVpe Elias has been nominated
for State Senator from I one of the
extieme wstera dMtrictsJ
WheO 1hscaJpt is fttrphlt, or shinny-
t ill Ll : . 1:' I . i
oaitj, do prepiiraiiou resre urc ikiil; iu
start a; growth-
Mr. Debs' testimony that hi5 strike
was beateu by the G jvempien'ts war
onlanfllessiiess, is a .ratherjpoor inven
tion. It; negatives h't3 pretend reliance
on peac;alle methods. J)ebs known
that hi4 boycott was aimed at the jub-
Corrcfipondence of the Watclima
-' The new company tbat;60sH out
hIr. J, W. Flick, takes pJarge of , their
property and machinery plant Monday hueky district in Cot,
morning, and- will in everj thlng as
heretofore. Evef 'quarry and mine
owner in Rowa county have a good
onortunitv todvertiSe their mi oerals
and r rati i
All peraws leaving specimens at the
WatcH331 office with name of owner
and location attached to the specimen,
MU be taken charge of and tak
lown to the fair together with J. T.
WyattV cabinet of minerals, Mr.
Wyatt has charge of th department of
minerals and curiosities and will take
pleasure ifl taking down any specimeu
eft at this office for him, '
on ' the
: vrocciiire. Hardly
an eg could be
li.i.J iii town t hi wefck.
Marvie'l: At the residence of Jacob
Kl lttz taar
ug Uock, N. V.
,ir -N-.i'h 1894 b Rev. A. R. Hols
ii,ir iv. IiuAideti ( A. Kluttz and
3-Ijs.i ('orn I :ert. Moln or jjiowiug
i!l,.L- v. (' Mr. and lrs, kiouz aua
-fh'. iV sou 1 v! u were once wel
fcWvni i.side!i' of Rowan .coun and
-.J- ! ttr ..... .
ell kitown in vyaaiuga
are now w
county. H jyden isjto be congratala-
ol over bis 'success u winning the love
) sorb ti respectable lady.
' ' Hon. X;it. Atkinson, a prominent
oitizen ol' AsheVillej died suddenly at
Iii- risiileiioe of Hon. Lee jS. Overruan
hit Saturday rnoriiing. - He had been
-suiwelMyr sonjie time and was on his
w.i'y to IvI c re hea d , anil had stopped
jicra.to iu-t , when the Heath summons
i-,atue. 1): . Trnntlniin pronounced the
jttpiiH'.iia'te caupe of liis death heart
, fAiihue. - I; '
The current number of,the Coftfede
rate. Veteran, published' at Nasliville,
I'fu.u., .coiitaius an excellent photogm
' viiA of" Miss'- Re.ssie Jleaderson,- the
btjautiful daughter of Congressman
Julin HenUerson, i.of-fealisnu.ry. Miss
; JJoii'Jcrsoii isv'now- visiting htr friend,
; Miss -Mina fJrem! in Moigantci.
Mirgan:loa. Hetald, '.
i, :ome weeks ago the Atlanta Consli-t-jiition-,-
in its gallery of southern beat
lies, published ;he hot(grap;h .of Miss,
t ll nlMs.on but gave .CjroldjjbQ.ro.' the
TWklifc ofjo-5scsising her when it right
fuly heh'tnged to Salisbury. ' We are
- to j . pr.ujud -ofMiss ilentlvTson as u
lithter f Salisbury to accord this
hmjor to (foldsboro.
Correspondence Watcbman. . -'-'- .
RevXJ. O. Wilhoit closed his meet-j
ing,here last Friday with thirty , two
conversions 1 and twelve additions to
Weegret to announce the death of
Mr. W. A. McKinnon, of Wadesboro,
hut Formerly of this county. His re
mains were brought here and deposited
in Sharon grave yard on last Friday
evening", his many friends and relatives
witnessed the sad occasiou.
Rev. W. B. JDoub, of Rockingham,
preached a yf ry interesting missionary
sermon here on the night of 27th.
Mr-.'J. A. Lisk has taken up the re
mains of Mr. Asia Wilson ana son
Marion from their resting place at the
old homestead and. reinterred them in
Sharongrave yard, by the request o
his only daughter. Asia has been dead
27 years and Marion 18.
Mr. L. P. Byrd has his house; raised
and ready for the shingles.
. Mrs; W. F. Haywood is right ill this
Miss Jennie K earns who has been
visiting relative- and triends in Ran
dolph for several weeks has returned
She was accompanied by her sister and
Prof. R. H.Skeenfs school began the
-; Dr. Lash In Ihc Vest.
; A let terf received from DrLash, wlio
with his family, is travelling out West,
while not written for publication, cou
taiiis som6 interesting items which .we
take the liberty of using. - His letter is
dated from Spokane, Wash., where he
met Pat Winston, known throughout
North Catelina. "The doctor Fays Pat
loves North Carolina and every liody in
I Olivnr TTJ rfwlrn-v ViV3 : . - t i
nated'bythei:epublicanfo?Coi;gresJi Aunt Sophroma 1'ctcrs m,Ie her
in the ibixih dUtrfcf.- urst J'ur"ey JT rait at the age of GO.
Bo-Aou. Up to that time she had
never ?en a railroad, as the Ptters
The primaries last Saturday wawell
attended throughout the county wbih.1
cliniPD 4tit't.'iL.i!...' i T
o vllk,.iW:jiaii)-13 in a prosperous
conumon. rom all reports Mr. Julian
is one of tbje nominees for the Legkla
turewliilejthe yoto for McKenzie and
Murphy for the Legislrture. 13 so close
the State,; and has shown.them' every that the friends of both parties claim
attention., v :: s L -''.;, : : "
Wheat he says, sells there for 17 cts
a bushel , jcostitig SO cent3 to raise it.
"Four hundred and seventy five horses
sold herein the street this week for 50
cents each. You can buy them any
time for $3 to $10. This is a silver
mining section, hut the industry is very
flat just now. If you want to get rich
(?) come West. This town has five
churches and 20-4 bar-rooms, each pac
ing a license of $500 a year. They are
allowed to use screens aud keep open
all night (if they want to," bars, not
churches, Greensboro Record.
No appetite? Then do not try to force food
down; hut use the mast scientific means for
restoring' I tone to the stomach. How?
Why, by taking Ayer's Sarsap-a'iHa, ami inj
a surprisingly short time, your -appetite will
tome agaia, and coine to stay
.1 . t 1 1 . . . .. c
in wun javoiauiu inusoeuis lur
goad school. -Miss
Monte Christian has taken
charge of the school at Fork Academy
in tauly county, she has .a i:ood
school. . -
Mr. M. S. Martain presented. us with
two fine roellons -last wet k which we
njoved very much.
Mr. Will Cotton, df Flaggtown," was
in town Monday. ,
Mr. F. McAulay is burning his .brick
this week. "
Mr. J A. McAulay is having a selle?-
du2 irnder his store house iu order to
lave more room.
Th farmers have begun sowing oats
and pulline fodder.
Mr. H. M. Scarboro has gone to
Worthville to visit his son.
"Mr. L. A. Ballard has a very sick
sou this week.
liq, and; thatiit was impossible that it
should succeed if the Government was
abie to tnaintain order. Ijt wasabsolu
tely necessary to success tjhat the un
employcd'fihonhl be intimidated 'from
taking"the places of tlije strikers
LdiiisE"iil Courier-Journal, Deui.
In the pat we thought onBv b;td ta?tinr
nieiliciiiti ijurcil; 11 nd it no bother to
make. 11 heri) test before goirigjto Jjed; now. it
is too )iiicl:trojiible. These changed coniii
liojis are all met bv Simmons Liver Reyahi-
tor' which j0 pleasant to the ttaste, and jvl
rcudy prepared In liquid and fpowdcr form.
Try a 5ent sample paciioge. Not'oiiij.
better tor Ijniousnesi, lleadat'ie, constipa
tion, fa digestion,
Win.stoii Sentinel: C.
Bethaniaitells, a snake
quitelsiihgular. -He says
C. Stultz, cf
story that is
that be went
MfvT. K- Bruner, of the AgrieuHur
,al (lepartuicnt, has' a letter ft oni Mr. A.
11. Hhwhtnd, of Titusville, I'a., in
: winch that gent leman says, that .he has
been examining'f' .mineral bearing
rocks of Rowan, fiiid Cabarrus counties
with a view of locating a mine. Mr.
H(uvlaud will erect a ten stamp mill,
aild is now 'sinking a shaft close to the
dividing line between the counties of
, l.'q-.Vniu-and Cabarrus. He will send his
"on to. study the! region thoroughly
under theguit'auee of Mr. R Eames
lucre was a -sensation- r nday in
ante county. Two .brothers nameh
Buhvell have had a feud growing out
of the division of t-hvir father's proper
ty. One lived wiUi his mother- aiu
wife ajthe-old home. The other went
, thereto see his mother. The other
brotliei-.sifddeialv rushed out of the
house at htm with a revolver in hi
. .'hand a-d h. pn i-itig, while the ladie:
u"tr-j wit y '.-.i.-ar. 1 lie visiting
;bi -6i. ie.- returne d he fire and eleven
shots were exchanged while the men
wvre. in the yard,; The resident broth
er a.$ phot in . the leg. One brother
had. just been released from a peace
lnmr, having made iui-cats against the
other. - i ;
" '..-' v - ' t - : -WC.
Dowd, editor of the Meek Ion-
: li :irg Titnts;, wiltreecive the nomiiva-
tion for State .-Senator in the Charlotte
district; -''. .
Secretary Carlisle has notified all
ejollectors to collect 1.10 oai each gal
; -Urn of .-pirits. -'- ' '
The 1 IU publicans hjx Pitt held two
'separate copventions last week, and
appointed two sets of delegates to the
. Mate coiw-eutionj ! "Co-operation" or
no "co-ppciatwn-' causing the trouble.
ThelDrd uses;kh4 whole space of
. the universe to Adver tise lijis goodness
yet the devil gi vs one aC pktty good
idea iofjiif? meane.tnrough- one man
whojwoift pay f.k-his houia paper:
The Fourth Estaie. - ,
Vespect to t h a
ITlie 3rjuroe Journal learns that at a
negro school near Iw?p Creek, Anson
VOun'ty! a fight occured amonj; the
students. ' Several bpys T between
twelve ami fifteen joined in it aud one
vas kjlled7.or beaten so badly that he
died shortly afterward.- The fi-lit took
place white the teacher was away at
dinner. . .
- ' Vetting the editor on the.-back and
te'ltng him that he is making a good
paper don't fcelp kim pay the printer.
The best way to .rove that you like
the paper ts to subscribe frfVit, and b7
sure you pay ju advaiice.The Fourth'
r.sLite. ! " !j '.
To the DQ,nooralic People of North
Having never been -a candidate be
breyou,! I "announce myself with hesi
I offer myself for the seat in the United
States Senate, made'vaeaut by the
death of Seuator Vance. Iu doiug
this I do not antagonize either of the
present Seuators but aspire to an office
that nei titer of them seeks
The two great questions involved in
the Chicago platform were tariff refdiux
and financial reform. The tariif bill
just passed does not fully mces expec
tations, and I favor such modification
of it as will deprive- every trust aud
combine of any advantage it allows.
On the tariif aud on most subjectjrtT
stand with the Democratic President
and give him a cordial and zealous sup
port. I regrttjiot to be able to agree
with him iu his fiuancial policy. Fin
ancial tetorm is ot the most pressing
importance, and I favor immediate
actiou 1 u
To many, the result of the first re
gular session of our Democrrtic Con
gress has been something of 'a disap
pointment. BissapointmeiUs come -to
all parties. The Republican party
is at preseut disappointed at the re
peal of the McKiuley tariff law; at the
repeal of t he-daw placing our elections
Undet supervision of Federal marshals:
at the continued supremacy of th
Democrats in the Southern States and
their full accession to power at Wash
ington, and at the complete failure o
Republicau plans and purposes
Our dissapoituments are but tens
porarylu their nature. They should
make us only the more determined to
press onward until the principles of
the Democraitc party are fully carried
into operatiou to the lasting benefit
and ad vantage of the people, and to
the '.'glory ol our country. Iu this
cause I4iave already speut many years
of my life, tuid I-shall esteem it a pli
vilcge to continue my work iu the new
field and high station to which inspire.
I therefore soiiciL.youi- favor and sup-."
port, trusting that you may esteem me
worthyto represent you iu the Senate
chamber, and IJeg uay friends, where
ever they may be, who favor my
electioq, ue active imirging it.
fc. A. Ashe, r
inio his len house someltime ago and
found that a large black snake had
driveru ii "setting duck from her nest,
and swallowed all the eggs. Mr. Stultz
got his gjan and shot the jsnake's head
olf and taking the serpent by the tail,
poured the eijyrs back in ihe nest. The
duck took her place on 'the nest and
in four days hatched thirteen ducks.
St. Petersburg, Aug, 2-1. A terribly
disastrous cyclone swept along the
shore of the sea ol Arzblh today, work
ing immense damage. la some in-
tances ehtire villages were swept in
to; the se'a. Many steamers were sunk
or dtiven ashore, and wrpeke 1, and it
is believed that.at least lone thousand
lersous perished. "
A 9oap tf Ayer's Cherry Pectoral t iikll 111
time lute prevented many a? tit ot sickness
and saved numerous lives. jTitis proves the
necessity Of keeping tiiiincpraparaijle ninl
icine where it can be readily
lours oi the day or night.
A novel but true story
unehokea calf comes in
Mr, C. S Sturgeon had a calf which
undertook Friday to swallow an ap
ple that was too large fr its throat.
It got stuch in the calfji throat and
nothing, moved "it oua way or the
other." It Was a desperale ase, one ot
MrSturgeon's oue thotight, demand
ing av "desperate renfedy He be
thougct Mmself, therefore, of this no
vel wayv;of killing or curing the ani
mah took a hammer and a rock,
pUttinghe rock on One! side, .aud with
the :h a mine Is struck th'calf on the
other side. The effect iras as desired
The apple was mashed, sand the poor
A Dangerous Flirtation. -,
Sampson Deracerat. '
The Populist party is acting like a
giddy headed and unsophisticated mai
den. It; has wandered forth iu charge
of chap3rones who are not particular as
to the kind of company it keejis. l?e
publicankmsmiled at ft and the way
ward thing smiled back. A clandestine
friendship sprungtpbetweeu the two
and there have beeu tvvUight tele t-elijs
under trusting trees. At the so,licitatioi)
of wily Republicanism, Poputishi isi
her musliu gowii lias lately strolhxl
into darker glades and stayed out late
at night. At firstshe loved moonshine
best, but now when thick clouds bedim
night's candles the companionship is
most agreeable. Wayward Mary affec
tionately leans her giddy head upon
the breast of decepti ve Dan, whose arm
encircles her sleuder wais whose lis
touch hers, and whisper soft seductive
words into her ear. Uan s arm nevei
tires and "Mary is so happy t h .it thy 5
not conscious of the f.ict .that she ii-
being squeezed to death. Dan is only
a masher and he ilosn't mean' to mat"
rv. He is having a good time how a lit
no'bodv blames him. But what of the I
giddy creature in his embrace? She
has been caught under circumstance
that compromise her character and
people are talking of her conduct.
There will be a tale of .woe direct.ly
when Dan lets go. There is going to be
breach of promiso afi.er awhile,) a
Breckenritlge case politically speaking.
See if there sn't.
that their man w ill be the nominee. It
will probably take aa official couut to
decide the matter. The only other
Contest was for cotton weigher, which
no oue man will goiuto the convention
withJenouh jvotes to uomkiate on the
first ballot and may prove an interest
ing contesf iii the county convention
- !i :
Duluth Miun., An?. 26., Col.
liobprt GJjliiyiersoirs letter asserting
suicide is id s;n is partly responsible;
for suicid that came to light tod:iv.
The boilyjof J osephsMc N a in er tti i rt "y
years old it;d singie, was found Ou
the fceaclf of Miunesola Point, a
bGrt distance eaf.fc-v,f the ship canal.
and tt is Jrobah!e that 'he threw him
self in ahcHvits carried out into the
iake by t'jie; currnit which sweeps
arm. id thv Minnesota Point. The
jciy was:;ilm,ost unreconlz iWe, be-
euue it li '.d been! ponndd on the
;eich.a long time, ills feet and
bauds were bound. Eight weeks
ago hecoime here; for !nj!! '-th from
jyansa- (ity. wb'jiv ht aiid his broth
er had been 111 busine?s- He sient
his $100 in sprees aud became des
ptn.'deiit Nvheu liis brot her refused to
send him: nioitv for his hotel bill
To his fejlldvi -boarders' liw talked sui
cide andjU(ted lugeisoit, a'ud ton
days ago; he dissap-.i tre.l. ll.s p.irents
who ;tre well to aV, live at Juiictiou
tif.y, Iv if is
fai ibboiise was 12 niiles from tbe
nearest s tat 1011, and she f hadn't bad
no call to trayL' '
Having beenNdlpsitd with lipr
luggage on the long wden pbdfoqn
which surroanded .thelitle statiou,
she seated herself on a ro63ehvbeuchi
fHrnfullv hrildincy ihf Iw-bol; vtifT
-mJ . .1 v.
had been gi?en her, and proceeded tV
Presently the Bosfpn train arrived,
paused a fewvecundsJ Htook on a
couple ofpaSsengers uiia then steam
ed awayagain. ,
" hv dwu't xoa eet on if von
wanted to go to Boston ?M asked the
station master, who came out of- his
room to find her sitting in a dozen
condition on the bench when the
train had disappeared.
l(iit ou! echoed Aunt Sophronia
feebly, "git on ! Why, I cal'iated
tliis whole eonsarn went !M Ex.
Stiiie.of Olio, City of Toledo, 1
hJicAS County. 1
Frank Jis(:S..,et.ev; makes oath that lie
t!ie soni'ir i.ntiK-i' ut' tlie ilri.i
We commenced business here about
ve moutLs ajo and have found it
necessary to enlarge our slom rnom.
X . .
Mr.il G. Ty son hns moved down
under iheXJenlral Hotd, so we will
knock out tiiV petition that has been
between the x
Carolina Racket Store
1 " ''';' i
and II. G. Tysonj. We are fittinglie
back end up for
and will soni fill it up with tiie Bt'
and Cheapest Good ever brought to
Salisbury. " .
All we. want is for you to come and
see for yourself.
- Your Monpy-saving- Friends,
REID i$ HARRY.
W- L. Douglas
& Co., Uo'i-iig laiae?s In. tin- City of Tuie.lo
County tuvi Stat'.- aS'oi'e.-aril. uu'l that ?aM
lirru will ny the sum of in.- Ii uinlre'l Dol
lar; for eaih .ami every c:ise of Cat .i rti thai
eanuot be cute l l y the u.-e ot'il.ill s '.iiaii ir
Cure. Frank J. Cin-ny.
Tworn t lefoie me ai'i'l.: itiiserl!.; i,. niv
i k eenilie
. t . i f a i
this (Jill (.la v
) . ...
Hall's Catarrh Cnro is taken int-Ttially an l
acts directly on tin- h!invl a.i-l iiu,.-..iis sur
faces of tile iy st jui. ,.S-,i 1 fnf tetgn tia'.s
free. P. J. dieru v Cj., Tole A, ( .
Mm of tie Mk Ssl-331.
Know all men bij these
Presents, That- the puhlic
schools of this County will
c.ornuionco th ' fall r.'l '. r
tovhi on Mtindav .cnt. o. :d
IS THE BCST.
ohl hv Dnur j;i.-ts
reached at all
of how to
from Sard is.
:i"ni ltchihjr and nain of
Kalcigh, N. G;, Aug.- 21th", 180?
A Good Appetite
Always accompanies good heal trh, and
an absence ofoppetite is an- indication
of soniethUig 'wrong. The universal
testimony giveu by those who have
used Hood's Sarsaparri Ha, as to its
merits in restoring the appetite, and
is a purifier of blood, constitutes the
-strongest recommendation that -can be
urged fur uay medicine.
Rood's Pills cure all liver ills, bil
iousness; jaundice, indiestioUj siW
headiiche- 2oc. " S
thing rfclieved. Mecklenburg Times-
Senator Butler withdrew his pledge
to abide by 4he decision; of the prima
ries. ,The Columbia Stte says: It. is
not to be imagined for i moment that
Senator Butler's withflrawel of his
pfcdoie implies the abandonment of hi?
candidacy for the Senatjp. We are not
in his confidence, but wpare very sure
of that. It means, inst ead, that he is
at least prepared to adiinit that U. R.
Tillmpn is an enemy f- Democracy
ahd hss'Iiing organization a mere per
sonal machine devotel to the betrayal
of the f party it .professes to serve.
This is and has been Tfe State's plat
frm,j anl we cougrattilate Senator
liutler upon mounting if, even at the
elevepth hour. Oue ty one, those
atiti Tiltmanltes. who so -strenusly op
posed '4he Straighoutf movement of
18S30 are coming to adni'it its rightful
ness. Four years of Tllmanism have
convinced them of whak- was known
by soine of us in lSUO-that Tillmanism
. r w j ' S-1; . .
IS unti-emocracy. are glad they
ai-e Jeamiiug tliC truth ajt last.
The last so'.itence of theanncX-ed
paragraph is-worthy of .special eonstd
cration because it is iVota the l'iiiia
delphia Ti:Ui'-, a paper that lias; a
. : -utaiioii fu" con-iervali.jui Luroujh
out the country:
The tariif policy of the (iovcrmtiut
is now settled for ycai to coiiie.
There will doubtle-ss le a!iitMulnie!lit
pOlsel aud some probably a!uplc!-
uut these will lie malter-so! (ittail. anc
not allect the policy of i he now la: ill
bill. .There never will be any ?rU;n
vll i ts made by any parly to rcuirn Vo
the monopoly taxes of ihe McXinh
law that is now in its expiring agonies.
Industry, commerce an 1 trade now
have a clear held, and with our lar.c
surplus of products will . exhauttd,
a season of 'greal i'l.lus'.rial and com
mercial activity is ooriauuy eos
hand. . 4
The sayiirg, .Now are t lie
falleu," seems to apply just,
" Generai" J" S. Coley. - Once
the idol of the Populists,, a : (
as he charged high fi jui i "
speeehches at political :
was well. But they cannot t.-and his
proposition to address simi!ar gather
iugs at ten cent a head; it is tf- much
for them, and, as a result, the Indiana
contingent want to repudiate him.
Phil. Ledger, Ind.
A Weekly Weather"' Crop Bulletin.
The reports .of correspondents oi
the Weekly Weather Cr p bulletin.
isued by i he North Curojina State
Weather S.-rvioe, for the week end
ing M hd iy, Aittsi 27th. 161) I, in
dicate that the p ist; we.:k v-ms ruthei
enlii he hit ter part
!iower'if omrtd. Tiie
iias been slightly
w lie ii sun'ie
ielov th.e norma!,
aud c oi iii'dits:
in i gib ty
' - S t i
The renter p-titof the I'.'eel w,i-
chnviv; lhore siiu-liine w(uld be fav
orable for maturing crops. Cutloo
jdckiug begun iii j-o'liern ixjrtiofi
WKfTRUN DisTKl'T. Very lit
l,Ie ruiilj Dccur.-d during the week in
tliis district arid tue dryues-i is injur
ing t urn ips :i ii I preventing bieakiug
of 1 and for winter wheat. The
ie.it her lias been gener-dly cloud v.
the temper rture being beio tin
ii'rui;d. Nights and mornings ur
begiuijig to get cool. Cotton" open-
itig shiwly. pi
bchohu" are rtsjUcs
n attondaiH-e on the
or 'u forc
at D A. m.
tci to be
O K'lilllL! (l;t
111 1 . 1 1
iioor i)iii)iisii('(t. rcnoiars arc
.i! i vised to wear suonj:, ser-
vieealdc vat..a"-jrooi SIkk's,
aim are reeoniineiuifo to pur-
liase tlK'iti of
This T&vsor la a Good Cne.
The Republicans held a pi imary con
yention at the academy July witi
a large and entlin.stie crowd. The
house was culled to order by theclijaii
man, tmd the liisr tliingVits prayer by
i Hev. E. l'ressnul, who prayeri .uiligfut-
!y for the Republican party to 'fHpei ,
:md, said they had been goiegxtno
downward road o destructioSir, 1 ut i
the help of God and Ii;l!inoiid Pear
son they hoped to be d. licret! iWus
the Devil aud his angels. Ashcviiie
Tate, s-ister-in-iaw of Pr.
of. iiioclivitie Ikovvan C'-iiot
F. l. iirown
com mi tied suicide Vcliie-sd'ay nigh,
by cutting her throat with. -a razor.
Miss Tate yyas a lady of very line
qualities, ant was hightly eslemcd by
ail who knew her. he wasahuiiL lio
years of age, and lived wit h Professor
Iirown, about one-halt niile. from
Enochville- The cause of her rath act
is assigned to the geneval ejiu'se for
such deeils the result of a love aii'air.
shiwlv. pl'-kliig will not begiii
h'forei hrt we'ik of bei''tem.
tr-sh notatoes and c.ibb.iL.e" I" od-
i?emocratic Senatorial Coaveaticn
26 Ih LisUict.
Tiiere will be iield; in the Court
house jn L -xington, X. C., on Tmus
day the loth day ut September 1MM at
1- o'clock M., a convention of the
Democrats of the 12" h SenaKn ial Di
trict, comp! i.-sir.g" the iMUutie- of Rowan
Davidson and Forsvth, lor the purpose
of nominating two candid. ties for tin
Senate, and for stieii oilier business a
iiuiy coni'.? bo cue it.
Aug. 10 ih i S'J-i.
'I iieo. F. Kluttz,
. S. 11. Su-.irh,
Kuicrv F. i la per.
Ex. Com 1:0th Di 't-
fhs Old Friend
FRENCH& ENAMELLEDCALF". -
$4.5.5J FlfCALF &KANBARC1
3.5 PCL1CE.3 Soles.
5ENO FOR CATALOGUE
v v , r BROC KTO N, MASS
Von can buvc tnoney ly ptircbasin W. !'
A -IlouKlnB 8sh?.
Because, -e are the largest manufacturers ol
advertised sbo-;s in the world, and guarantee
t:e valus by stampin;? the name and price on
the bottora, which protects you against high
prices and the middleman's profits. Our shoes
equal custom work in- style, easy fitting and
wear in sr qualities. W? have them sold every
where at lower prices for the valuegiven than
enj other make. ,Takc no substitute. If your
tieslcr cwmot supply you, we can. Sold by
i Dealer, whose namo will shortly ap-
unfler reasonable condliions. Our FREE 96 pafi -catalogue
will explain why we can afford it.
Brandon's Practical Business College,
" NASHVILLE, TENN. C Write forxataloiue.
Bofvk kpin, Shorthand, Penmanship .and Tetor
cr"nhy. We spend tuore money in the interest of
cur WnploymentDepartment than half the Business
Co!!fp,ttskeinas tuition, 4 weeks by our method
teaching book-keeping is equal to 12 weeks by the
Ad pUit, 1 1 teachers, 600 students past year, no
vacation: enter any time. Cheap Board. We hare
recently prepared books especially adapted to
Rnt on 60 dvs trial. . Writus and eiplain
.i is; u Wf nav R. cashforallva-
r.mcies as bock Vi pers, stenoRiaphers teachers,
clerks, etc., i eported to us, piouicd wtfill same..
. .! I
fe53S&, V1RE ROPE SELVAGE.
RAILROAD, FARM, GARDEN,
Cesieiarjf , Lawn, Focltry tti Rabbit Fencing.
riiyiSA-Nb'i OK MILES IN FSC CATALOG U
FUEE. KELIGiiT PAID. ,
THE McMlillEM WOVEH V.1RE FESCE C0n
l.&T!, lit a
; and 120 K. Uarkct St, Chicago, ZU.
f"r8iir oir EitniB srx. Thi mow
KitlJti K1"! injertrd dirly U th rt at
WiiTcil U ib ti diiwi-Ae of the erut.(jncMT Or.
rjuire no chaftr of diet or
Vi;; CI.y Moe'e'. !; but m ihscauof
thM9 jLtffaj .0TX!I1.I AI7UCTH
" ruh Ummhtr wt Clt, we cura.
. r un. VrMr I lUilk t--.as lit
K.iwin Cntliretl, Suli)
j TJic, readers of this papyjr -vv i!l be pleased
t4 k.u'tliiit there is at ktrst one Jrtra.K'tl
disease that science has befbii able to cure in
all, its Jhsres) ami that is Catarrh. Hall's
QatRrrU Cure the ohfy . positive cure
khowi to thp irvtdical traeniity. Catarrh
beiiij st tonstitutional li4ea$e, requires a
cpntiliU'onal treatment.! Hall's Catarrh
Cjurefc taken iut-rnallv, acting directlv
Hpuii: uiouu aim muvotis ?u naves oi tin-
si sieujj-lhereb- Jestroj inji the
of tbq Hnsjise, and .gijpng the pal c:
tttx-Rith by building up th constiunio .
fesittn iiitturciu duingl its work.
projrif.tors have so rnucb faith in its wj:.
t The, pf oprietors have so bunch laith in it
cUrnlUe powers, thsit then clTVr o'ne IIuu
dreJ Doling ior any cae Ithat it lails to
cbre, f F. J. Chcxxy & Ci Toledo, U.
Was'hinjrton, Au- '27 -cro ;uy
Carlisle to-tiav nll'entl fililHJ leward t-i
the miiiiiKJsed illicit tli.iUc-r. (V dfis ii
lers in Stokes county, N; C, who
V. C, Lewis, a United States ruhiei.
on Aiijiust Sill while ctKleuvorins tu
capture niootihiuer.s. . ;
.The Republicans of Lineoln.couniy
instructed their delegate-; to cast the
ballot ef that et.untv for Cunt. V,, W.
toundatioi: Warn, of that eouriiy, fur Co
I e StatesviHe couvcutioii.
D FOlt Oi l! SPUING PRICE
,i-t -1 ii.l ( 'irculni- nmi voii will
i :i. 1 it to vonr aclvantnue to liave
i i .
aiitri or no charge.
k.s uvea or
All work gtntf-
TT. J. Bu rr
Korih 1' e!!;! .mke. Muss.
means so mr.cn more man
fatal diseases result from,!
'trifling ailments neMeae'd.
Don't -play with Nature's i
!f r u are f-?fciir)ff y
ind ec.iera;.y ex-
i "Vhtis tle money fto h& used for
that tW church isjais ifeV"
lloiyler to send the minister
awayfaml give the ' coujrre&atiou a
Wiuj-hJ-necclefJ racaiioni GWcaso Inter
Qceao; f j
Relidf from Haoci'3 Scrsapai illja
W$?nc'erfu! onti Permanent.
"C. I. lioM Si Co.. Lc.'.t'Il. M:t. :
"I tevl kiii;t..y t.o;:'V- pis! swtp rif n
my bnclt. wl.ieU bro-K'-U al-ou Vy a -l,J
r,,,tri.-Mrf v-'iilf in cir.ii' at l in
ttv.vft lvp.-n tr,aVk-.i'i:.-!'.' -r ! . ii.ee tht t
gre$. at ! time ml bave D.-n a t-. lo any heavy
i i'M-ork.:ntiTh a::y iiftin-'. I rcc-ivrd only
ITou. John S. He:,.lerS,.n' will.sikak 1 bid ol t:.o grip. v,hua l,u nc utta
at Lcsinton o'a Tuesday St pu uihr ; A Bad Cough, Very Wca
4th. ' ' ' " : rhyieIy,in fact n:y sy:-in was completely
: 1 ; runtitntn. 1 "tried b-ntie "I K.o.i"s arara-
, ! rilligiiil ittup.'Vineft-el n n:;: ;'i V-s'-r tl -vf I
- ' ! i coiUinafltakio- if. a '.a huu t:;.y V'?'
I It has !''!:' woi;n-rs 1 r it.-', .. 1 -;'1 t-J
j so fre$liom my old iuias.au.l troupes siace u.a
(.Tuvvllb ht:s, .""lisi:
1 1 in :.t once taV-
r 4 4 jy
ft ii'v!-. iiie v hicli is
4 I'-M ii i Iron li'a-
I .. A ' ..
I . -,ry t'.rM V?
i. li d It's
! t.c-aia:.t i'J Uke,
VThon Eaby rras dot, vre gare.hr Caitrrla.',
VThcn she was a Chilsl, slie crit-d for Ca.storia.
THie-n s!io becarr-.e 5IisK, she clsmfr to Castoria.
VTaea. slid La J CLHdren, eb-j gave then Custiria
- 1 F 1 ... L2n c-i ". 1 ! l Q 4 . it . ini
war. I roiisi ter u'ju o .vu..,-- -
Kesslifefithc fuSering." William .J..Dauek,
j Korthjrembrok, tass. (
i Hold's IPiirS care GonijtU'ti l r. .-tor.
Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver
Neuralgia, . Troubles,'
Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria, Nervous ailments
r.ft nr.'v the 'ceiiuine it has crossed red
1 lines o4lie wraxr. All others are sub
stitutes. On rettn t ci two 2c. starr.ps we
will send set f i lei Bsatiful World's
Fair Viv.-s and Lo-k tree.-
RPOWH CritViCAL CO. BALTIMORE. MD.
BQLUBii STEAM OYE VfuRKS, ""
! 7-5 Ma i x Sr., Coi.rMUJA, S. C.
.1. i;. 82 i.TlHAlV Agent.
11 A VINO
RECENTLY MOVED :
MY iSTOCI or'GOODs
TO Til 1-2 COllER:
J, B, SHEETS .
j I "nm better prepared to "Sell you uro
. i ce'rio ehejiper thuii ever. ; I receive new
i oo!s jlaiiy ami huy all kinds of country : . ,
. .!. .... .
... a . . ..I .
"j 1 vuin zen ins c H K -oa u i
fur tha telehrated;
hook: will- no.
i rul frem sweat or exposure to weather.;
Sl'KLTAL I. nave 200 )Hrs of shoe
and S'me la iies dress goods -ou hand
fund will sell at and below cost. Also:
i all I'trso'iisi iudepted to ne by account.,
1 n t'e or inortsge for. last year wilU call
i a.i;J settle and save cost. " V
" ours respectfully,
JLJlilUS" E AMHABDT.
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