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VOL. I. NO. 28.
LINCOLNTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, APRIL
:i 181) a
SI. 00 A YEAH.
F.COSTNER, M. D.
SLlXCOLNTON, N. C.
Offers his professional service to the
.people of Lincolnton and surrounding
country. Office at residence next to
Xorth' State Hotel.
Lincolnton, N. C.
-All work guaranteed, nothing but
best materials used. Prices reasonable.
Terms cash except by special agreement
Office on Main Street t
MFYim A Mn CDrp Oil lr-r I r . . , .
. ... ni-i- oiL.vcn. scieniinc meuioos tor iiih treat-1 u.
Illflit of orea did not afTit na tliM I TUn
Choap Ubor and High Neces- touch o Midas, this ancie nt indus- ton ami $1 wheat with tho coat nf
oca.. i-o. I . mi . . . ..... I .
ry. mis prosperity winch lie de-1 all other commodities
To the Editor of the Observer.
1 have hist read Jiuia Clark's
8cn!es a, going forwards by 4ieaps pan passu, except IaW. which is
remarkable letter from the land of aml ,mund8 " aml in winfnl con- tho last to respond to tho change
irasi wun me long couiinueu uo-1 irom sound money.
pression in the United States, is F. S. DkWouk.
ascribed to fiee silver. Seattle. Washington. Mar. it. lhWV
rm - v
Mexico has free coinage both of
sold and silver mi omml ?m. Catawba rws.
Attorney at Law,
Lincolnton, N. C.
Work intrusted to his care will be
promptly and carefully attended to.
Office on Main Street.
i :i FINLEY..
5 - .
Attorney at Law,
Lincolnton, N. C.
Practices in all of the State and Fed
eral Courts. Prompt attention given
to all bnsiness.
i Office in X rth State Hotel.
the Aztecs. Blackstone said it re
quires the lucubrat'ons of twenty
years to fit a man to be a judge,
and we. must conclude that th? un
divided homage claimed by ft zeal
ous profession has debarred him
from the study of questions of
money arid tinance. It may be
the ratified atmosphere of the high
attitude in. which he was, produced
a sort of mental mirage, or mote
A BIT OF EARLY HISTORY.
both being full legal tender, tlio Henry Probst, who ha leoti
exact system sought to fastened working on a railroad in Wwt
upon us here. In Mexico under irginia was riotiy hurt some,
tree coinace choau silver has driv- days agt
en gold from circulation and use
as money, and they have tho silver
standard. Silver mono-metallism
er of their silver dollar is the value
in the markets of the world nt the
bullion it contains, no additional
Mrs. J. 11. Heard's School for
Girls has contributed $5.Ui toward
the Vance Monument Fund.
Floyd Rrittain hud his arm
broken at George Hilderhramr
saw mill last week.
H. F. and J. I). Elliot havr a
value being given it by coinage. I tract to build u IfiOiXl residence
of commodities as stated. I 1 he -Mercury claims to have the
Wo have free coining of oold. largest subscription list of tnv
. Attorney at Law,
j Lincolnton, N. C.
Practices in the Courts of Lincoln,
Mecklenburg. Gaston, Catawba, Cleve
land, Rutherford, Polk, and in the
"Supreme and Federal Courts.
Office in North State Hotel.
likftlv Rtill n crrntafnt enen nf nnQt
, n i i ii i , i
r j i -f auu me vaiue anu purcnasiDK now
favors, and a lively sense of favor3 , A. . . 1
to come, made it desirable for him
to put himself en rapport with the
poliiics now dominant in North
, . , t . . This is made manifest by the pr ce ,n Greenville, J.C.
ed to be run between the history , 1 on Xf .
6t the Catholic Cburch in Mexico
J ' 1 pfir ititHar K I AtltlV .Mlll.r flllll .M T J Allllli
uuuwi nuiLii luniiiiniii u i j ....... . ...... ....... ........
larger per capita of monov than Mingus were married last week;
also I). . Drum and Miss Koan
u a i.- 4, 4.L ri exception divided nearlv equally marker
ins paring ueueuicuuu to iu in p n . . f
ucmcju guivi, siici auu jjaimi ti I w" . .......
Liu any editorial connection with the
lows: "May God nave mercy on . A. , . n. a-
...... . leacn ior me oiner.. Mexico nasi
,U, WUI- . Al wc luUmnp,l nvor nn LilHon ..wi LU imblisheil at Haleich. Deiuiv
believe Jadfte Clark the monn-lf t.,vM d( Hickory's colored lawyer i.ul Ur-
? . " :.7IF 1 i TC home and use as monevonlv about . Irak's par is againat fu
fifty millions of this vast sum, sio Denny is opposes to that
Dr. A.'W. Alexander will be at
hi office at Lincolnton. June. Au
gust. October. December. Febru- perch and see
arL and April. Will be in Mt. things in that country.
Holly, July, September, November,
Jaiiuary, March and May.
Patronage solicited. Terms cash
the little hills like lambs, in the
very wanumness 01 urubperuy. . . . ...
. . . , , . amounting to less than $4.50 per P-
Let us come down from. this high , . . I T)r O I l.ll
c rnmtn thft rfnt nivinff phhp mil I J. I... ITOU
Al . capita, the rest having gone out I ur. u. iroller
me couuuiou ui A. Tr.iii ...........
into tne marKets 01 ine wona. 1 ne i i uiwiih.
Tlio f onf ttiot nonnarro of ill PY
I r,m mo nrwi O;ior r,ii.ru joa
i thof 1oKfrrc Ufa M1H I ' '
uw,uw 01 wnicn nas oeen coiueu
has moved to
United States has coined about i tak9 tne flelti lately vacated by
Dr. Shaw Yount, who has moved
FRANK P. CAUBLE,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
by creditors in a form of qualified
slavery to work out debts, not by
authority ol law, but worse still
arising from the debased and help
less condition of labor, is sufficient
answer to the claim that Mexico is
Watches repaired. Anything in the
Jeweler's line. done with neatness and developing more rapidly than any
dispatch. Give rae a call. 11-15-95-ly country on the globe.
I - A
M. Romero, Mexican minister at
Washington, some time ago pub-
al t Mackerel,
Rice 8 cts
lished a table of wages paid labor
in the different States of Mexico,
the average wages paid being 36
UCii La uci uay u lug buvu u t-i-ij . ,
J I nooa nnw hnni r Ti cq n rr nvv in
he Dubhshed a table giving the l . . .
since the act of 1ST3, which, it is ine Newton orrpomteni ot
claimed, demonetized silver, and th Mercury "is glad to know the
to-day retains in use as money National Bank of Hickory has pur-
within five million dollars of the chased the Catawba County Bank
I Ml .
entire amount coined. Now if ntl win nin it.
Mexico is so prosperous on a wage- Catawba County Alliance meets
earning of 36 cents per day, with at Catawba btation, April V, 1M.
the cost of the necessaries of life Hickory Mercury.
as stated, and with less than 14.50 Co1- M- E- Thornton has sold
per capita of money some other his "Merest in the Press and Caro-
reason than the scarcity ot money
and the low price of wages must
be found to account for the dull-
prices paid for many articles which
enter into the daily lile of the
Not long ago President Diaz "as-
working classes, viz: Bacon, 50 "'"
cents per pound against 20 cents largely to the decline in the price
. n r u.in.nionnf- of silver, which he said so enchant
here; flour 5 cents against cents
1 o a o ed the cost of foreign exchange, as
here ; corn 2 cents per pound a- n &
a C a f u,a . ,.Atfnn to stop, in large measure, the im
gainst 4 0 of a cent nere; cotton r 0 '
. , ... ca i, portatiou of merchandise, which
prints, which are largely used by , , .
f. , ini nanLa 0 stimulated and encouraged domes-
the common people, 1U$ cents a- ft
gainst 3 4-5 cents here ; tobacco,'. J
u u 1 r Is t the purpose of these free
nlthnnrrh tho P mfllA OTlfl flHl I Oil
. i:Kik,n.n;, silver advocates to stealthily fasten
Mexico are very likely better suit- -
ed to its culture than here, sells 8 Dew Iorm 01 civio.eyia.n
on an average of 24 cents against 1019 couu"y
8 cents here ; sugar, another of its
linian He will continue to edit
the paper until the new owners
make other arrangements.
Mr. Frank dinard father re
cently dropped dead at Salem
Mrs. K. B. Cline hni returned
from a viit t Greenville, S. C.
The City Hall of Hickory now
has a lell.
Shuford Drug Co. recently re
ceived a letter addressed to them
at Shuford. N. C. Press and
PITY HI ARK
urf I mniiiLi
Is thetplace;to get a nice piece of
iBEEFPORK and FRESH
All meats found in a FIRST
CLASS MARKET. Come to
see us. Market prices paid for
hogs and cattle.
Edwards & Sherrill. t
Ut22-95. ly. ' .
- Subscribe for The Democrat.
NEW GOODS. ..
Tho Raines Rill.
The Raines excise bill bv the
legislature of New York, if it fi
nally passes, is probably the e-
The precious metals constitute verest blow ever dealt against per-
nroductions. sells, he says, twice much the larger part of the exports oniu liberty. The bill is expres
and even three times higher in from Mexico, and miniug is their give of the prohibition sentiment,
Mexico than in ew York. Re- chief industry. Senator Carter, of which looks upon the state as the
member, too, all these articles of Montana, in a speech lately said guardian of the mortals of the
daily use must be paid for out of Ine wages paid miners in this people, a bold infraction ofjpcrson-
an average wage' of 36 cents per country is 3 per, day ; in Mexico al liberty; it oversteps the line
Anxr ... ... . .. 50 cents per day, paid in silver, re- which divides church and state and
- Judge Clark say the owner.of a member-anotber .proof of the is a giant stroke in ihe direction
$1 000 United States bond sells it prosperity going forward thep by of centralization by which the peo
- f.-r crrkiri5 with h,Vh hp huvs 2.- and bounds." pie are to le placed at the mercy
mn Bnvr nnt. out. silver which " .Every farmer, he says, who sold f the will of a few. There i
io .t.nar with ffA hut Mexican cotton in the United States last nothing that so clearly shows the
silver which he sayBf remmns at year was in effect taxed 6 cont a tendency of the Republicans to
the old value, and invests in prop- pound, and 50 cents a buhei on. iane auvnmage 01 nice, c,aSs auu
art T;.n tbn ffttinff $2 ot wheat and Hives the aggregate of religious prejudices for partisan
DroDertv for every 'dollar loaned these losses, until his indignation ends as the measure now pending
the United States. Hesayscotton became sd fatignea ne stoppen. u-iure iue
is worth 13 cents per pound and His common sense and intelligence It recognizes the state as an abso-
wheat $1 per bushel. He does not must have been exhausted long lute power wnicn may uisregaru
tell however whether the shrewd before his indignation was reached the tenets of civilization and con
Yankee invests his monev in cot- or he would never have submitted stitutional bound The free born
ton at 13 cents, wheat at $1, bacon such absurd and senseless state- man is made a subject and state
at 50 cents, flour at 5 cents, etc. ments. despotism takes the place of Con
or in other, property, the value of . Fiee silver means cheap money titutional government. What
which is fixed and measured by the
same mono-metallic silver stand
ard. Mexico's prosperity began
with the construction of her rail-
Toausf and I mining, her chiet 10-
I have the largest stock of New dustry, is receiving a wonderful
Musical Insrumentb thst has ev 1 jmpulse lrom" the Influx' of bur
er beenan North Carolina, suca tvho at opening'her aban-
00' 4 r tatt 1 utii! AinAOTTlWfl ill AN I - .
colins, Guitars, Banjos, Violins, doned m,n eubstitnt.ng jmprov-
nu avvjij1jJB,k .fuawwD, ,- 'i- c
mmg else tnat is Kept m cans carrying ore ou iu,u , ,olu.0, . D - 1 . Out of weakness come strength
class Music Stored .Prices,, lower tt mmPR'hV I clamoring np tho overthrow of trade, and such al - .... A. . . j ... i 'tiL
4-li.r..-. -. A.Jn. V-rr mail hdVA I . 1 .1 . I" w '
ll A' - k J'a notched poles. It would be strange nnanciai crwis as uicon-nry never enriched nnd vitalized, the appe-
promfattention. .Addess . Snfnntinn of im- had. resulting in ceneral bank- i?t rtnra nnd the svntcm built
lliUCCU 1 L UO fc vm 7 J o I .... ,
rainin machinery andlruptcy. It means to Mexicauue up by Hood 8 fcarsapariioa.
1 1 a. :.. . 4 1 i ! i
the silver sUndard, silver mono- WU1 corae nexi 1,1 m utl? '
metallism a large reduction of our "oving ieopie tan to speaK in
i .. . I? t I urnrd of thunder aeatnst such tv-
ctrcuiating-meaium Dy gnia oeingi
dnven out, a reauction of the sil- rann.v a9 contemplated under the
I dfm t 1 a.1
ver dollar from its present valt, auspices oi uov morion s pany
to the value of the bullion in con- Milwaukee Journal.
Uios, a reduction of the value of This bill has passed the New
our paper money to the value of York Legislature and has leen
te silver dollar in which it will signed by Gov. Morton and is now
be redeemable to unsettling of all 1 a law. Ld. J
values, the destruction of credit.
V. L. Lowe, Newton, N. C.
A HoRlmont of tho War of 1812
Kr I Ik Olirnrr.
Ill January, IM I.Pftnidmt Mad
uoii cllett upon tho t inventor ct
North ami South ('a ml in. t e.irh for
a regiment of troop to roiuforce
(ten. Andrew Jackson lit hi war
with tho Indiana ir. Alabama Ter
ritory. Tho North Carolina rrgimriit
Win tiie ftixlh from th. State in
the war of Is-J. It nn riun
h of cn)pniii i-f inn dr.itlii!
from the militia regitu'-ul in uhirh
were tlill th citiuti of ltmnn.
Iredell. Liirnlnt Hurki ami Ruth
efford, iiirliiilin whit i lion nil
or pnft of I).ivit.Alxaiider. Cataw
ba, (S;ttnu. tlVflaiid. Ilk and
t'altiuU. Ttie tlrifuii u.i con
ducted by putting in a h it r Ui
a number ot pic it pi;r tpmi
tc the numlr 'f iin tm the roll
of the coiiipnny. Ther ttr ln
or tttlvr mu uaiite (rui ejrb
company. Thi uumUr "lick.
etsM wer marked "taken r in
Milne other ay tt ho lh.it .he
drawer nf it wmild taken. Ai
the call tf hi- hame each man
drew a ticket until all th marked
ones had Ihvii withdraw n Irmn tin
box. The niftt ilrafled Irom
reginint formal a mmpatiy. 1 hrr-
were two or mor regiment in varli
county. The commanding ftllrr.
oftach regiment detnib-d frm ih
otlicers of hi regiment n r for
tho company. The brigadier cm
era I detailed lb rigimnilnl of.
Col. Joeph A Raren.of I'urk
ommauded the regiment. Capt.
John Hcatd commanded one of the
Rowan companies. Captain David
on, of Iredell, a compai.y of riv
alry, Capt. (iingl the cmnpanv
from east Lincolnton and ('apt.
Thompson on f the Rult't-rfnrd
9 m .ft
companies. Among tin name oi
the officer were: Modv, I'ike,
Vod, Rurrow and Shuping, but
I do not r-colli thir rank or
count u s.
Tho company Irom each Lincoln
assembled at Ratti' Ftrl on th-
tirsl Sunday in March. IMI. Thf
regiment wn fortm-tl at Salibury
and marched via aib'lr to
Cheraw, S. C. where the brigail-
The i'reident had reju-MHl
tiovernor Hawkins, of North Car
Una, to nam a commander of the
brigade. The regiment had I . n
nearly all drafted from th bri
gade commanded by (ien. David
son, of Iredell, and the vilioii ua
ottered htm but d-clined on rc
count of ill health. Anticipatinc
this, (iov. Hawkins, through th-ir
mutual friend, Raldy lIer.d'ron.
had notified ("en. Joseph tiraham.
of Lincoln, to make nil n-dtul
prepatation and I ready to take
the osition immediately on noti
fication. Ho went wuh tho Lin
coln men to SalUhtirv and with
tho regiment to Cheraw. Tho term
of servico wan for six month. Th
brigade did not reach Alabama
until after the battle or Hr
Shoe, and was m no gem-ral pii
gacement. It wa distributed al
dttTercnt rot or fort am! detach
ments on scouts, and had ikirm
ishe with tho Indian.
The oflicri of the two Stntr did
not olwaya get on amicably in their
association. Col. Rear!, rank
ed' tho South Carolina ctdonel and
commanded whm thrown tooth
er. On one oocatiou the South
Carolina colonel ou retnm from a
scout complained to the general of
the roughness of the road and the
hardships ot tho trip. It wa in
terred to Col. Rear-n for expla
nation, who replied that be had n
control over the weather or fuitna
lion ol the country, but-hoprd the
colonel had reached hit camp safe
ly and was more pleasanllv situat
ed than when on the march.'
The regiment reached home
short time before, tho expiration of
the six month-?. It not being cer
tain ihat troops would not bo
ne-ded iongr than six months,
about tho last of July another
I raft wam-i!e form-n lolak-ilt
plarra ol 1 1 btit lin t rr m4
The folio wine i a mutrr roll
of the general stall of!icr t.f a
brigade of North and S.uth Car
lini mditia in the wrvicr- of the
UntUd Stat, rommandrtt by
Rri. lien. J ph ttraham, a
musterr! at Fori Hawkins. July
:. 1514: by M. CJ. Waage. auist
mt ins"-ctor e-neral :
Jop)i (iralia.n. li'jalM r gen
eral : Ht-nry V. t--nner. d-i-
amp ; Willmm Mriaulv. Ircd
najr. Ji-.ph Kin;, l-ritr!" ch.-j-lin;
Cha. Sim. ait-it lii
jo.n iuartrmst-r ctf-ml : lli i.t
R-iin . a'anl diviii: .ju4r
rmaster giorl : J-ph V V-t.
on. hospital urv"'-o . Richard C
Iitham. tiotpilal nre.u" inste
J.hn V Smith, :opila ufv'e- n-
1 lo)( m l!' I nrnioi i f n.
?jou.. all lb lticil p-r f tin
rrLMIIO Ot but the l. i- f.-ll. 4lnl
have writtfii frm m tii-rv lln
irli-le in hp lb it if anv ( lb-
i.-)crniiani i Uif men v u cm-
titl th r rnti il hate rny pi
p.M cotiii.cttn Willi it history ih
Tbo World Show Upl
Kir m- time tb p.hc ha
U it after 1'ulit r-r. alitor of tb
New York World. knon ry
h-r- a a mailciHjly tnutdi.
eiu rimI caotlab.ii i spAr-r,
and her liat at lat caught hita
and e j.-, bini. Hi pictnr it
itt in ib rij' rallerr. but if
l!i-r- 'v- at lir lKi!uarlri
liar kUiy it w.iM hrm on-
Tl ..ur- of Riiliirr is tb
-liallo ! il.- L It Ik t m
t -.ie . rl of ib- If
New Yrk r- a tnll i."n it
mould eru-li I'uli! f r ' but Nfttr
..k i . l-nj tut il -till ri.it,ui
foi;'i cre!!.l'u ift!r am! ijm
. . .
!! l cnmiltaiJ t f.tl'tci- t rp
ib- ciri-!iUtt..u ..f I'ulii x r j2r
Up III lli th tivaltd
The e-Xp-ille ..( Itl lt tittl
I in the ..fiu ..j a r-H prs-.kr.-.l
l.v Mr. Tbe..te R -
fl apprt -1 I v the lrd f
l Il nii- V"..fIl -rd-iiiC
o ra - nl f v-rl m :itbt
A -iri iulr iiiia?c t a fol
the ii'.ib ,. u.t Dntr
i tl.e r. pf mi. -1 nn article rav
w .11 ii'l tb-n ! Nf l b "ar -1 r mi ii !.? t ol --.. 1 p and
iii;a Histoticul S -! , ( I je-l
Hill. N C. for pre. rvu.i.
- -Hi fltii j lb J..rt .il
i -;r criminal
Henrv W ('nnr. i.le .l.-.-np ( il,.-i. n i.i --ji Ure in this
was Major ( nnor. of HeMif ii v. Tb" article ! a wntttrt
Kord, afterward n prmtint -l
liCian, who iepr.'nt--d thi ti
itit in Concre i r ent "t
ISUI-IMU Ma)r M.Caiilev
oncatle niajir, r r.al u n a-i p. af?r.
miaul adjutant ir"nrtr l. froiu
Mason Hall, tlrani-euiiiv. Capt
C',: u Sims wa from Yik ur
:h strr. S. C. Did lUmey. I
;htnk. was from Rowan.
I have nevtr n a pp r relat-
ing to any othr rth ( iNitu
rccimenl in the war f IM-- I4
tnt hav n on r twti mn who
h. thev were m "Mice ai ,or-
fox, I s upl ' tho lh-r live r;(.
ments wt re t'en frm the c.un
lief o the eat of the b-atin
W A. tilt sh im,
Machelah. N. C. Mrch I'
Not Oollorn In Ark.ani.aw.
Kli I or William NjiI. "f the
Helena. Ark . Worbl h- .R I
the Arkauiw l.-m.-'ral i- j.ij r
on the dilvi-r ijin--t in.
Tie ijuet ion a-kel wa: If
lb- lhic:i convention ibtrlare-
ai;aiiit f re silver w ill vu ttatul
by the party or ! you favt.r Udt
ing?" AImjiiI r cent, of the
Arkan-awr paj-r favr fr ilver
1 to 1. ifnlendenl f any oth r
country. Alut tiV b-ttt r we-re
ent out nnd in replies made.
Kightyeven r-pl i l that they
wouhl t and by the party what
ever it$ declarat in. nito- fnvorrt)
Udlini! ntol twelve evaded t!i
Only nine pa-r ut of he
making repln-, favoti-! l-dlinc.
and thi iif a Stole wh.-f. iium
tenths of the j-.pl. fav.r fri- il
ver." Wm doubt if halt many
'a nine Iemratic iiemiiaie'r in
North Carolina would cuntenanee
a lndt at the Chieag convention.
The recent mealing of the Stale
central committee a practically
unanimously in opp.iti-o to such
a prositioii. The riiht-think-
mg and bom-st voters of tlie State
are oppo-ed to it. "Charlotte !)!
arcunl of Mch t tb to In iht
- iin i'U f tl.e tAer at) rj.
ilrial bel. A I't ).lie ftr
j (r. .!.. hir!i the
anl a u l br l i a titit f tbr a
a ran- m .,;:r -tri f tirtw.t
n !!. j . r . . J i ,;i ! rr k .
WeR. 1 1 lire tnade : invrt-
tib&ti'n. anl Mr R lt rj rtt
of i!,. - tmentv-i iii'r.u8i
lrnf-nnal crt k. h- pict urt
the World Ce a I -in? at t
in lli city of N - YrV. eiht wr
d'al. tne nay dvin. ten wr
in jail in Kur'j. thre- bal r
firm-il ainl wre l-tliti reputab!t
!iv-. atid i I be r-niA iiimf ftn
not a -iiiijje ie. far as rujd I
found '.ui. w- in N" York
Mr. R. vt lt n rejfcjrt
m it l till -III -tir. .Ve in
half the ,. jturifn-nl :
"We 1 1 i.-.t h-r.-aftrr tale iLm
trubb . ny any nn-upj.rted
taleiio-nt biev-r that may ap
li-arm the World." C-r CUr-
The irirte ( Apll awarded
a Ci trij--l to the wisl t f tb
treek. It wa !irt -rut lu Hia
and be -aid. "Thalc is wir
ami it wt-nt lhr-ui!i itli dlJTsf
i rit hand, till imply as tiu toat-tt-r
wa found to claim it. it was
lit back to the It-mpte. If fTwli-
ii ttt-l wt-re nwardvd in !be
!ay. on the ame term, it would
take to or lhr- factories runnttif
day mol night ! -upply the lia
leih ib-mand Morgant'ti IL raid
Th) lrapsr Tlse.
U -ll the mtFt tetlcGl ! lo m tlrriel
trvm a ro4 tue.rie. tirly in the
jrr. l hi i tle n k l-n the tifej
trra jrarn for a txjlMinr op rneJJ.
rltir like IIik1' ar4prill. Man)
wait uii tte ujn 'princ riUr at.
in fact, delay ciinc attrnticm to their
pli)iral ruodiiion o icijr tral a siege
uf icknei is inevitable. To r il t be
j irtn o i he irnpufitie a--u mutated
durue tbr winter eao.n. l priij lie
hhM and to invijrurale the wh4 js-
tero, there U nothinc eqwal to lloud
Saroparilla. Ion't iit it urJ.Uit take
lloAt rurHninu nu" o m
jrcu irul. Read the tetimnlal peb
htied in behalf ot l!wl Nsrararilla
ill from rrliatle, jrrat'ful rple.
They tell th story.
Tho auc.alan to Prilchwrd.
N true Iopulit r silvar
vtirr can or will vote for anr man
f.r the lei,..ial Aemblv who it
nt pledged to the cati of silver.
Am! if Senator I'ritchard thiuki
he ran vote ffir -liver in the United
Slate Senai- and then vote for a
go!lhu for lreidenl and al tb
Millie time -cure the l'opul)t vot
for r- eb-ctV-n to the Cm ted State
Senate, h will lr ety much m:t-taken.
Hall' Hair Rener curea dan
druiT and tcalpatTcction; also all
C4 of I aldne where the glands
which feed the room 1 1 the hair are
Juot clo-cd up.
Tho Mercury Roponta
Stick a pin berv. The jpuliitt
of Nrth Carolina will never ttc
nf;ce principle for jditicl plun
der Hickory Mercury.
No remedy i a eScrtuaJ in eradkat
Snc and rurir-r Catarrh Iltaaic
r.J-l lulm.di. T.. b.) It pwriCrs a4
rnrirhes tlx hlcMJ.Hifttinaie saKfvbr
barter U. etc.. and hild up tle sttcsi
tnm t he T.rl t!n-. ThxiMtdol cases
vt catarrh have Un cured ty it rafic
ruwer. I or an iuj ana tain oieaet
It ha ba rtfO!. Ry tte eld rrllb)
and tunc tted rovfl aoddotttrvwr
y Mif oey aw ay tblltele I.fale4
uCt as -Jim as rr-!. fay the eld re
liable Ikif ao ;c t;kl lUTtw IVkelJC0
per Urcebvtth. ee at.rrtltn3t la
i'ortale bj Ircf eisU.