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Protoerntic mte 1 conspicuous buuiu
thv platform. I and most honorable pumic servu,
.-t iL rinl!ni I i i...tm ic ornrpttfil nn ' AC
The Democracy oi Aorm iproiouuuuuun i j- -
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following declaration of principles, I icn up0n the State in the event refer-
red to. Wc aaraire uiu; nuuis
i' iht it it the dutv ot i nei public and private, oi luifc cumjem
fn it ns ihe noblest
laiv.m.ikiiiirdctianmcui ui t inuu, a..u i-
... i:.i f i Vip I ne VnrtK Carolina man
fTHimm.JKAV ll -- i
rwrni-v. to take immediate steps i hood
... .,;.r. hv halation the equal! Col. P. B. Means moved to eon-
Su-ivil'ee of silver witn goiu ui iM siuer mcpiuuuim ujr , vvw--. -
.. ri .itifi uni UUV.UW nrfd i n;it mis tuuvi"tiuii s
minis, lV tn.v ..v- , .
rt a. oml silver at I Krrrt- it ihr surrrss of tbe Democra
.iin.of 10 to 1. such licing ncicy jnxorth Carolina, lie uetwcu
ratio f coinage whih heretofore I tiat thCrc were some part of hat
has luifl intftc United. I platform which is adopted wouiu
RfsJlvcdS.. That we urge irp"-r,l disintegrate the Democratic parly
j-'it.l law. making department oil q0 q6c moved that a resolution
commend that the several counties
in tbe tate hold a primary election
on the first Tuesday in November
next utider such rules and regulations
as the jState Democratic Committee
may prescribe, j at which primary
electiojn the Democratic voters of the
various counties may express their
preference for two representatives in
the United States Senate, provided
thai sftch election shall not bo held
unless! the Executive Committee of
each cbunty so direct.
G. S(. Efradsbaw moved to lay the
resolution on the table. The vote
on this motion was taken by coun
ties and resulted ayes 694, noes 218
sn the resolution was laid on the
A vpte of thanks was returned to
Chaiilman Simmons and to the offi
cers af the convention, and the con
vention then adjourned at 6:45 p.m.
News and Obverver.
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Waishington, Aug 8. Among the
bills Introduced and referred to the
committee was one by Senator Allen,
of Nebraska, "To prevent Profession-
THE SUN'S HEAT.
T. A. Long, of Alamance, in a fine
add ress, proposed the name of A.
W. Graham, of Granville, as the
nominee for Congress. J; K. Hughes,
ot Urange, seconded the nomination.
He said he thought Graham was the
man to "Settle" Tom's hash. Col.
Helmholtz'a Theory of How IU Loss by
: Bodlatlow Is RpJrod.
Those who hale paid attention to
this subject are aware that the re
markable doctrine first propounded
by Helmholta removed all real doubt I John ! r. Webster, of Rockingham,
from the matter. It ia to this emi-1 moved that the rules be susnended
nent philosopher we owe an exphv I and Mr, Graham be nominated by
nation of what at first seemed to be a I acclamation. The motion prevailed,
paradox. He explained how, now and Mr. Graham was nnanimouslv
withstanding &at the sun ravffiates I nominated for ConcreM. The chair
s boat a pttofiteeilyrc todSctions iman appointed ti.Qvrt rf
J thit kMvsUnhfe AaeHra tea can I Webster to not! 1 Mf. Uranam
be as yet lisc0Vred. nomination aod present him to
Tf tii YvnA maAfl of nlid I the convention. Mr. Graham said
coal from center to. surface, and if
that coal hadbeen burned for Uie
purpose of sustaining the radiation,
it can be demonstrated that a few
thousand years of solar expenditure
at the present rate would suffice to
exhaust all the heat which the com
bustion of that great sphere of fuel
could generate. We know, how
ever, that the sun has been radiat
ing heat not alone for thousands of
years, but for millions of yejira.
Tbe existence of fas.il planH and an
imate would alone suffice to demon
strate this fact.
We hcrve thus to account for the
extremely remarkable ciwuuwtahce
that our jrv.-at luminary lias radiated
forth r.1 ..:dy a thousand tunes 03
much heat as could m cenrrated by
ne considered the nomination a
marked honor, coming as it did from
the people of one oi the leading dis
tricts of the State. He stood on the
State platform of 1892 and the Chi
cago platform. "I stand on the
platform as accepted by the South
ern wing of the Democratic party
and not the Northeastern wing o
the party." He made an address
that was enthusiastically applauded
Southern Railway c0.
(PIEDMONT AIR LINE)
Western North CMoHna Distloii
.in effect Jane II, 1804.
the jvtrnment the abolition oi tnc ireportcd by the committee m npnor staLs, to be ounished by a fine ot
unconifitutional and prohibitive tax I to tbe memory of Senator Vance be lQt jesg than $1000 nor more than
al L(bbying." It defines a lobbyist
to be a person who habitually at
tempts to influence the legislative I tae Combu:itioh of a .-'.Ha e of coal as
action of Congress oy sonciung i Dig as uie sun is at preheut, uiiu jci,
members to support or defeat a mea
sure j and it declarss lobbying in the
Capital or in the District of Colum
bia hn offence against the United
. t. ; . . .. ii 1? iv:
..fiiir rent, upon inc ics '"laciontccl Dv ansinc vote, auu m
- s;mte banfc I prevailed, every delegate rising in
Kcs6lvi(13, That, in Viv of the lrcSpectful silence to his feet
t, A.vVh'i3 rondit ion ia which the Intel Mr. Elias made a speech, declftring
kVnubliian administration left the I tnat platform was hot satiftfact-
T,.,.rii,fihi' Tnited States pre-orv. Tt did not endorse either the
scntinc as it did, sivch a lamentable I National or state Democratic ad
r,trtttnihcoverflowingconditronmjmstrations. He said therelwere
1 i uh it tvn delivered bv Mr. Ino nrincinles enunciated. He moved
1 Cleveland's first administration to J that it be re-referred and again for
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its Republican successor wc ur jmulatea
inw-mnliinp dcoart-i fr. Means then aerain urered his
Upill : IUI UIH ... . O " - - Wj
' liirtif the immediate enactment oflmotion to consider the platform
i an income tax. ;- ' I seriatim
wniw,n That wc cmnhatlcallyl Mr. R. B. Glenn moved as a sub-
a onrovc . the tariff doctrine enunciat-1 stitute that the convention adopt
ccf byf the Chicago platform. - J unanimously the report of the com
Resolved 6. That while we arc op- Jrnjttee on platform,' and made a
nosed to the slightest qualification,! rii gnecch in suooort of his
. , o O ,7 1
! ; fo.rr if thp T-pfirfli tiovernment, A:
in hi ww. "w - " a II1UUUU
' 1 of the repeal oi the ten per ccnt tax
; on State bank issues, we ncvertlie-jtion an(j 0flereti three amendments,
j less advocate as a matter of State Jall of which were defeated MrfTohn
$5,000 and by imprisonment in the
common jail of the District of Colum
bia for not less than one nor more
than five years.
Ah amendment which was offered
last week to the Sundry Civil appro
priation bill by Senator liunton,
lookiag to the appointment of a
member of the Confederate army of
Northern Virginia on the commission
to mark the battlefield of Gettys
burg, was made the occasion of a
short speech by Senator Ransom, in
whjich he took the ground that the
amendment was a reflection upon
Coj. Wm. M. Robbins, of North
Cajrolina, who was already on that
Senator Hunton disclaimed any
rjuroose of reflecting on Col. Robbins
Mr. Means again spoke to hs mo-1 anj dcclared his object in offering the
amendment to have been to have
Knrtn 4-rt Viiir t-rxm tnri trin1rttTrr1
pm.cy , , , xvepster tnan moveu to aoept where oniy onc had been before.
of the issues ot banks cnancreu I rep0rt of the committee asa whole. j .
l lie motion to te-reier was nrsc pui Seator Ransom to be perfectly satis-
and was lost, and tne piattrm was fa(itorv
then unanimously auopteu
notwithstanding this exiendituro in
the iast, physics declare tlu.t for
millioivs of yeai-s to coiue the fciin
may continue to dispense light and
aeat to its attendant worlds with the
samd abun'uiit pi-odiality. Tohavo
shown how the appavent paradox
could be removed is one of the mosu
nottibk' &ehievt iiieuts of thd jrreat
What Helniholtz did was to refer
to the obvious fact tkat the expendi
ture of l:at by radiation must neces
sarilv lead to v . . v of the 'solar
volui:. Ti:I 'tiis'-i tl:. rf
fevt . i,l . - .;iii4 - n u t iore ,1
potential eneagy in Uie suu anl
transforming what it takes into the
acfive for of hvht. Tho transfor
mation j. 'v.jr.ec s . ii i -ssu with the
radvi-.i'..;, so that ihv Iosh of hat
arisi:: ifion ther;.1ii:iit.ii is restored
by the . ly i-rotluceil heat deriveil
froi'.i th.j l:.4.t r;(. lesorvoir.
Such is ouil; . f the now fa
mous doet i;.e miiv. .-rsally accej)t d
among phytieiati. It fu'fillsthe c n
ditioiis of the prol.-ivin, and when
treated by arithmetical eulcuiation ii
is not louud w:t;itiiig. Sii Rob rr
Bull in T. llnihily Review.
Bow I.H110 Catu; I)om.
Eiward L.iu , ajuihiter employed
in paintinr tho sniv.Vrustack of a
The Georgia platform is all right
as to silver-and no mistake. Sum
marisine it the Atlanta Conktitu
"It is a free coinage platform.
It is not an 'international agree
It is for the free and unlimited
coinage of silver, as gold.
It is for the immediate free and un
limited coinage of silver by the Unit
It is a Democratic platform."
Three cheers for Georgia!
wtftn ATTTl DBAIiEllS MB SU
ron melln bepr
Want yur trad, l'f prUw
oi.Tea nETTKIt $50.00 Sfi
i m... ttn.on.or a. batter
SwlnTnaclJe for f ao.00 MA IP
ean buy from , f .ZZZZZm
ran irw ucm SRHIQHiCHISECO.
Ar Salisbury '
na.wM If iM.
FOR ALt BY
For Malaria, Li7er Trou
ble3orIndigestion;use BROWN'S IRON BITTER'
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vi l in
3 35a m -f
3) a m
J p m
iw to a m
fobody need have Veuralgla. Get Dr. Miles'
ain Puis from druggists. "Uqe cent a aose.
.t, or ir.
: out of eriloy.
i a positiv.ti t'Kit'ViMi vio n
-lii:e? Possil.ly t
c itine cf Life 1:.: .
North Carolina as will 6ecure a
sound currency- '
Reki)lvcd fi, That we admire the
courfigc and lofty patriotism of the
President, and that we most hearti
ly commond his prompt and effective
action under the law for the suppres
sion of the efforts of alien jauarchists
to "disturb, by force pnd violence, the
tmc relations of lahoF and capital,
1iis sturdy efforts to secure the sturdy
dTortio secure the etKwtmcn of
tariflfrurnvas. called fox In live par
ty pJatfonfi; his prontpk approval of
the billl repealing the Federal election
law) the notable reduction of the ex
penses of government under his ad
ministration, and the freedom from
scandal which has been such a mark
cd feature of his return to the head
We point with pride to the record
of ths Democratic party in North
Carolina and endorse the present
State administration. For eighteen
years this party has had full control
of the State government. It has ad
ministered it with the greatest
economy and at all times with an
eye single to the best interests of all
the people. Coining into power at
the -end of a reign of debauchery and
crime, it addraesed itself to the work
of rehabilitation, and its record is
-one which challenges public admira
tion. It has rebult ourpublic schoo
system; established asylumns for the
carp of ournnfortnnates; administer
ed "; justice?-" promoted our public
works fostered every public enter:
prise; reduced taxation, and in all re
spects justified the confidence of those
wlwvkave trusted it. It has afford
ed -security tolife and property, pro
lecicu ooin capita and labor in its
rights and done all that government
can do for n people. .No scandal has
attached to its administration o
public aftairs. We congratulate our
citizens Upon their wcllreposcd trust
in it; wc congratulate them upon the
, friendly relations existing between
the. rncess: upon the nrosoects of
bounteous crops nud returning pro
sperity. With the rccard before
them we appeal to them for a vote
of confidence this year in the the De
; -. niocratic party. '
Resolved. That we favor the aboli
tion ot the internal taxes on spirits
and tobacco as soon as practicable?
anjlif this cannot be done that the
harsh and unjust features of the law
hir its collection be mollified.
M r. Laid well stated for himself
- that he dissented from the planV
providing Tor the coinage of silver
and gold in the ratio of 1G to 1.
, The following is the resolution
which was adopted in regard to
AVhcreas. Since the Democratic par
ty of North Carolina last assembled
ini convention, death has clainimed
The following were the substitutes'
offered by Col. Means; :
In section 1, substitute for all af
ter the figures 1892, the following:
"That we are particularly iriterest
erl in rrstnrin the finances of this
onntrvo the W nobul eondi-. Wte8 as to the number discharged
J " i I T AA a 4 frr 1 a.
tion for appinea .ttOir pf .uuu, out
Uhe nrnnlo ntc entitled in fiind od M"K tevcri ucprc-
i r i ' r Ti ' 1 -k : .1 : iL.i -1 1. I uu. tT4.rrfy.. v
honest money, abundantly suificient ri "u.ulcS uui0i,uio(. were bruifted thj; m
in volumt to supyly the business Jmi ron wioiamgroom,
r . T I rKm 1, . 1:...,,: r .1
needs of our country; ithatlwbatever "f"1 "re lucuulu
the explanation was declared by flaring J mill in thi. eity, recently
1 1 1 'A. 1. ........ K 4 U ... 11. ....IL.IH
A Large Number. Dismissed from the Got
ernment Printing Office.
public Printer Benedict lately
dismissed a large number of the em-!
plpyes at the government printing '
office. There were all sorts of esti-
may be tbe form of the people's cur
rency, National or State, whether
gold, silver or paper, it should be so
regulated and guarded by govern
ment action or by wise and careful
laws that no one can be deluded as
to the certainty and stability ; of its
value. Every dollar put into the
hands of the people should be of the
same intrinsic value! or purchasing
po wer, and with these conditions
absolutely guaranted, we demand
mfent rooms, 55 from the department
branches, 80 from the bindery, 45
frpm the specification and proof
rdioms and perhaps 100 to 150 from
the other divisions and individual
positions. None of the force on the
Congressional Record were disturb
ed. lAbout half of the number dis
charged were women. The blow
tasnot unexpected, but the work
ers who were suddenly deprived of
employment tound .it Jnone the eas
ier to bear on that account, and
the speed v enactment of laws' for'the I when the stream of employes, and
use of both gold and silver ap0n fPme who w61",110 lofier employes,
equal term in the adjustment of our 4,Sbuilding at 5 0,clock therc were
currency. M !; eyes red with weenine I and tear-
For Resolution 4 substitute the stained faces by the score. More
following: That we especially assert removals are looked for this soon,
our devotion to the great cause of isr- Beneds hrtention to
i , , . , reduce the force of 3,600 to some
tariff reform, and heartily commend where near the 2200 he left in office
President Cleveland and the Demo- vhen he retired five year ago.
crats in the Senate and House of
Representatives of the fpresent Con- Greek 0, Andrews, who has for
gress, who have so splendidly striven ?even years held the position of city
in this behalf, for their patriotic editor of the &ews and Observer, ex-
efforts to redeem our pirty promises! pects to leave in a few days for the I hie out by the day or week as trim
in this matter and secure such letris- North, where he will orobablv oer- mere to New York modistes. It goes
lation on this subject as wif. give to feet a desirable arrangement which
the people of this republic he bless- he has under consideration to en-
ings and benefits ot a tariff 'limited gage in journalistic work.
to the necessities of tre government
Ko lu.d paint 1 half of tho steek,
120 fevt hiLi. und had' just hen
drawn to the top when the hook
holding his platform gave way. He
foil i i feet, striking a guy rope with
his legs, which he oiul around the
rope in a twinkling, but without ef
fect. He fell again, dropping 40 feet
further, where he struck another
gay rope, Xjuji tatii!tr H wui
b&h hwdfi qiM ffe E$b hSki
piucJaw, afhpUgh oonsevaUy
until Lel: leaeLtd hhn and he
lowered to the ground.
It was a narrow escape, but be did
not apjiear to bo espi - .ally disturl'x'd
over hi- ae.-nient toid Ws:s at v.
next di-y h.s n--;u:d. loan Franc;
If iodine be taken continuously for
a length of tune, what is know u as
iodisni results. . Different individuals
are affected differently by this drug.
There are three forms of iodic :n-toxication-fii-st,
that in which the
symptoms are those of gastric irrita
tion; second, that characterized by
nervous troubles, neuralgia, ringing
in tho ears, convulsive movements,
disturbed intellect; third, that char
acterized by rapid emaciation, com-4
mencmg mostly in the tace, and ko-'
vere nervous palpitations of the
heart, with excessive appetite, which
sometimes precedes and sometimes
follows the loss of flesh. These symp
toms are said to be most easily in
duced in goitrous persons. Brooklyn
Day Laboring Man Milliners.
It is not generally known perhaps
that there are man milliners who
j htness -li.r-t.
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of t :u
I iiquicuOic; Lite
5 Carol h
I to its .
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h ;:artr.n.v.t. ot
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rvie agents ;
ui aljilit'. ;
::f irmation. i
Lv New York
4 iu p ffl
Fluttering, No Appetite, Could
not Sleep, Wind on Stomach.
"For a lone time I had a terrible
pain at my heart, which fluttered al
most incessantly. I had no appetite
and could not sleeo I would be
compelled to sit up in bed and belch
gas from my stomach until I thought
every minute would be my last.
There was a feellngr.of oppression
about my heart, and i was afraid to
draw a full breath. I could not sween
a room without resting- My husband
induced me to try
Dn MileSHeart Cure
and am happy to.say it has cured me.
I now have a splendid appetite and
eieep welL Its eSect was truly mar
velous." MBS. DARBY E. STARR. PottarlUe. Pa.
Dr. Miles Heart Cora ia sold on a DoslUre
guarantee that the first bottle will Deneflt.
All druggists sell it at SI. bottles for 5, or
It will be sent, prepaid, on receipt of price
by the Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind,
" Hot Springs
" Paint Rook
jio 4j p m
'3" 4 ! a iu
ti2 'm am
j 40 a m
58 a m
f 6 44 a m
j 8 33 ini
o 4S a ni
10 3tla m
W 02 a a"
.1 46 p m
j 6 30 p m
; 1 45 p m
tlllllf lll'lilt.' It" Ttf ,1
Lessens Pain, Insures Safety to
Uf e of Mother and Child
My wife, after having used Mothers'
Friend, passed through the ordeal
with little pain, was stronger in oni
HOUR than in a week after the birth
f her former child.-J. J.McGoldsjcx,
Sean Station, Tenn.
Mothers' FaiBiro robbed pain of Its
terror and shortened labor. I have the heal
thiest child I erer saw.
Mas. i M. abs&n, Cochran, Ga.
ExpresMd to toy iddreu, ctauM psaJ4. on re
lpt of price, ffio pet botfle. For uie Dr sit Drue-
Citti. Book to Mothers marled firce.
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When Baby was sick, f fate herrstoria.
rVhenahewaa a Ctofld, she cried for Castoria.;
When she becamo M1m, ahft clunig to Castoria.
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Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps Vertical and
zontal of every Variety and Gapacity.
Hon. Zebulon B. "Vance, the Statc'sJanil riot
most illustrious citizen; itls by this
when honestly and economically ad
And that we condemn, Jftogether
with Republican and Populist Sena
tors, the action of Senators Gorman ,
Brice, Hill, Smith, " Caffrey and
Blanchat:d on the; tariff bill now
pending in Congress, as "party per
fidy and party dishonor."
For resolution G, j substitute the
following: "That we have full faith
in the srreat wisdom of President
Cleveland, in his i loy.il ty to the
principles of our party, nul we en
dorse his administratipn; fpr having
curried out those principles as fully
as it has been possible uhefer the ad
verse circumstances Confronting him.
That while some of us do differ from
him in some matters of policy, we
agreed in the belief; that he is impcll
ed in all his actions by motives of
the highest patriotism ' and by an
good of the whole people. And that
we admire and approve ; his courage
and firmness in sustaining law and
order and suppressing lawlessness'!
Mr. Murphv. of Buncombe, intro-
i uueed the following resolution:
KesglvedTha appreciating his ResoWed' That this convention re-
' .A Gentleman
I Who formerly resided la Connecticut, tmt
f wno now resides in OodoIuIo, writes i 'r
20 years past, ray wire
and I have used A jei1
Hair TIf or, and ws
attribute to It tne dark
hair which she and I
now hare, wnse hun
dreds ot oar acquaint
ances, ten or a dozen
years younger than we,
are either gray-headed,
white, or bald. When
asked how our hair has
retained its color and
fullness, we reply, By
the use ofAyer's Hair
was nearly bald, and
V kept fall
her to use
Ayers Hair Vigor, and very soon, it not
only cheeked any further loss of hair, but
produced an entirely new growth, which has
remained luxuriant and glossy to this day.
I can recommend this preparation to all in
need of a genuine hair-restorer. It is aU
that it is claimed to be." Antonio Alarrun,
without saying that these trimmers
are artists. Their greatest value lies
In what they call original designing.
The frames or shapes in stock are
taken with whatever decorative ma
terial may be available, and unique
bonnets and hats are evolved, which
may serve as models or used for spe
The man trimmers command a sal
ary of $50 a week or $10 a day of six
hours. They are regularly employed
by modistes, who, in connection with
dress and cloakmaking, do some mil
linery work, but the largest class of
patronage comes from millinery
shops. The intruder ; is scorned by
the women i the workroom; who
not only make personal remarks but
depreciate everything he turnB out.
One milliner on Fifth avenuenear
the Union League club hires a man
trimmer every season to go over her
trimmed goods and put on finishing
touches, which he does to her entire
satisfaction. New York World. y
Great C'lltlea f Bstterfll es .
From the entomologist's point of
view, the British Museum has just
received an important gift. A col
lection of 34,000 butterflies is seldom
Ln, and necessitates the use of a
suryrising number of glass cases;
tbe Museum authorities will, how
ever, find room for the collection in
the Natural History Branch.
Regular Horizontal IPiston.
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Richmond and Greensboro, and trams 31
and 38 Pullman Sleepers betweon Sew
York, and Hot Springs beinj?J handled on
Noa. 11 and 12 on R. & 1. aid W. N.C.
Divisions. Pullman Sleeper Ixiwefn Asho
ville CincinnatU via Knoxvilte.
. Trains Nos. 13 and 14 Solid trains, bo
tween Ashavilla and Colambiai ojnn-'cf.n
OJtCcJuHta wlto 6. a IV It bn Charles
ton and if. O. ct F. Ity 9ot Kavuni; Jack
sonville and all Florida point j
Pullman Sleeper qn Nos. Wan l lb' w-
tween Jacksonville, Asheyilje and Hot
E. BERKLEY, J. S. B. 'mlMt,60
Superintendent, " Supeifinteudt-nt,
" Greensboro. N. C. - Richmond, Va.
W. A. TURK, j
Gen. Pass. Agt. -Washington,
S. U. UARDWIC'K,
Asst. Gen. Paj. At
- Atlanta, tit
W. H. GREEN, Gen. Man.
Washington, IX C.
J. M. CULr, Traffic Manager,
Washington D. C
A. S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP WORKS.