SALISBURY. N. C. OCTOBER 23, 1884.
. , POLITICAL. -
The Greeting of i lie Business Men
of New York.
in every day, and when all are
received, win snow to
far ritism and smlilen changes al
ways lead. Samuel J. Tildes.
CALLED ON BY TAMMANY.
Governor Cleveland was escorted
from the Fifth Avenue hotel to the
academy by a committee of members
of the different exchanges. He was
cheered all along the route. The
crowd almost prevented the passage
of the carriages. Such a rush as rare
ly seen even in New York. On his
New York, Oct. 16.-The busi- returyo the hotel the governor was
i . ... . . visited bv John Ke v. lienpral Sm-
ness men s meetms at the Academy t o , . -7 r
: w ii a i o Aim .onumr n on gr nmtnnv
i win iuim iiivi v, ii i i v j 1 ,,f 11 j
hall. Kelly assured him of the sin
cere support of Tammany. The gv-
i. 1 : i t
doors. Thousands upon theusands . HV TT .TTlSr
e . .i i ".i .. r uorcn ine procession ironi ine itn
UI WtJtMMC EMlllcmi III lilt; KM II I IV UI , t- . . I I
.i i :i i:.. , i; and other districts which
ine uiiiiuiiig in gei a glimpse oi uov
.4 Grand Demonstration A Pointed
and Practical Speech from Govern
or Cleveland Letter from Mr Olden.
il. A. Swink. J.'M. MnnM
io- tae &Ze o Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury, JVrth Carolina.
I of Music last night was a big success.
J he building was jammed within ten
minutes from the tune of opening the
ernor Cleveland, who was expected.
Tlie usual pyrotecnic display on a
magnificent scale was held in the ad
jacent streets, and the auditorium was
tastefully decorated with flowers ami
bunting. Cheers for Cleveland and
Hendiicks was-iieard on all sides,
the crowds being particularly demon
strative ami enthusiastic The stage
was crowded with delegations from
the various exchanges. Ex-Mayor
Grace presided, and speeches were
over half an hour in pas-sing.
dreds more awaited their turn to grasp John Slieppard.
Gov. Cleveland's band, but timZ ffi Vl
not permit it, and he was escorted
from the academy, and once more took
his seat in his carriage.
The grand marshal, Major General
John B. Woodward, gave the signal,
and the procession started in the fol
lowing order for Rnlgewood Park,
where the grand barbecue, the feature
of the day, was held :
Mounted escort of police, Grand
Marshal Woodward, Chief Aide Col.
Wm. J. Denshaw and assistant, moun
ted escort to Gov. Cleveland and dis
tinguished guests in carriages, the re
ception committee in carriages, the
ZLESlai&!Z!S? ' . I?.the.BE?LLIGHTED- BEST ARRANGED the on.v hon
war.1 oaLizat 'iZT tMt T. . PLANTER'S TOBACCO.
resenting business, agricultural and
FARMER'S REMEMBER KLUTT'S WAREHOUSE has sold THREE
FOURTHS of all the Tobacco sold on this market this season, and can show
me mgnest averages for crops and a general average second to
Sbate for the same grades of Tobacco.
none in the
If you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobacco sell at
New York, Oct. 16. While Gov.
Cleveland was at breakfast the dele-
ma. :e by Governor Waller of Conn. re- gah s of the reception committee in
ticut, and Hr. W. iSeecUer. I Brooklyn arrived and entered the
governor Cleveland's appear- j Governor's apartments. He joined
Wintey$tock of goods
in all desirable lines that ever
was 51JUWU iu vui
r - I
will be full from top to bottom
with goods at lower prices than
ever before known for many
that we will pay you the high
est prices tor your cotton; &c,
and sell you
as low as they can
m Western North Carolina.
J. D. GASKILL.
During the speech of the latter
Governor Cleveland vj.- announced.
His reception beggars description.
Every person in toe vast crowd rose
to his fe t ami chivied and - Waved
hit handkerchief or hat, as though
out of his sences. Mr. Beecher ap
peared to be greatly affected by the
enthusiasm. Governor Cleveland came
to the front of the stage ami made
several attempts to speak he was not
allowed to proceed lor fully live min
utes. At lust he said :
Ladies and Gentlemen : I thank
you tor this kind reception, and I am
sure it is cause for congratulation
that so many of t e business men of
this great metropolis have found
reason in the oeuuing political slru
rule for united and earnest vII'mi.
it lias been my dim belief that one
reason why we, as a people, do not
enjoy to the utmost advantage our
form of government is loiiud iu the
tact that our business men are apt to
neglect their political duties.
idea is too common among the n that
there is heroism and virtue in rein
ing to hold ojKve, and the stern deni
al of any interest in politics seems to
e regarded by nianv of this class as
the best asseveration of their private
virture and business integrity. The
irotcction and salety of the interests
they have iu charge are closely con
nected w th the wise administration
of the government, and it has always
seemed to me that if regard for their
position as citizens did not impel
hem to take a more active interest in
lolhical affairs, the desire and need
of self-preservation would do so. I
beheve. too. that the best minimis-
nation of t.ie government is accoin
plished when it is conducted on bust
ness principles, and it is quite appa
rent that the active partie.paiion of
our business men in political cam
paigns is an effective mode of im
pressing these principles upon the
management ot public affairs. 1 con-
si rue this large anu enthusiastic
meeting, and the determination on
the part of the business men from
winch it hail its rise, as a promises!
a tiiue when they shall hud the path
of dutVi as well as interest in the
practical and intelligent interference
with political question and issues.
Uproarious applause punctuated
the governor's speech at every period.
The cheers were deafening.
The route traversed was nearly five !
miles lone, and throughout its ntir !
... i when vnn will al urora 4iii1 n -f 1 1 1 L. 1 .
. . . - n " iiiiui us 'asige, seuti- J - ui ""u & inn tuiii-uut oi anxious buvers
vg -"v i wwwui succession ot cheers i JUrliN SHKpi'AHiy th fmumnv T..
. .r,2 tor a imidM fmm f.lw flmnJ p t .r
" wra w m n j c. uemon wrappers.
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
Your friends truly,
SHEPPARD. SWINK ft MONROE.
mm m 1 M t
my, While lnousanas oj reopu
Crowd the Streets and Cheer the
Han of Destiny.
the route were haudsomelv decm-atoil
and every window was thronged with
Gen. C. T. Christeusen, an independ
ent Republican, who is now making a
canvass in Ner York lor Cleveland says
this of him : "He lias in all things and
under all circumstances proven trne to
the confidence reposed in him, and has
waiting at the 23d street entrance to I . 7 , , " ' """'u'.
the hotel and drove down Broadway , 1 f t,,e Ieo,,,e'8 riht8 a,,d b.teresta,
to the Brooklyn bridge. In the car- I " P consideration has ever
riage with Gov. Cleveland were Ad- ! 1been lk"ow" U ,nake 'i'" 8We vo ft
i.,t,t Op,, W.rth f hi. a,,A brean from Ins convictions of right and
them shortly before 9 o'clock, and the
committee, with their guest, immedi
ately descended to the carriages in i
Mayor Banks, of Albany. At an ear-
ly hour this morniug the organizations
which were to take part in the recep
tion had asse.nbled at their respective
headquarters. From all parts of the
city they marched with flags ami ban
ners. All the space for blocks about
the bridge entrance was thronged with
citizens waiting to welcome the Pres
justice." Here we have such a man for
President as honest men want.
Salisbury, N. C, June 4th, 1884.
The so-called Equinoctial storm is
one of the things that most people
never lose faith in. It is com par-
I ne chairman of the campaign com- lively rare for heavy rains to fall just
at the time when the sun
mdtec. HiX-ocnalor Murtha, and oth
ers of tiie committer, and the chair
men of toe Youuj Democrats and In
dependent Republicans received the
Governor when he arrived in his car
riage on the BrooUlvn side of the
bridge. A vast throng of people as- that we commonly have much rain
i lies . semb'edjcheering enthusiastically, and within a few weeks of the equinox,
above the deafening roar rose the out a glance at any weather record
pierc ng shrieks of hundreds of .-teav will whow that September is quite as
whistles from seamboats and tugs on remarkable (or its droughts as for its
the river. The business houses and rain-fall.
line, and yet if the weather happens
to be dry at the autumn equinox, cs
it has been this year, many persons
appear to think that the order of na
ture must have changed. It is true
And Will COmuletelv chann f i, l I - - - .
per.m who wiu taio 1 I'lU eat'h nVSU font to It VeTl 'J???' Au
health, If .neh a thine be pcsiblc For 1'emalo Co "plIaTu ihf tStZtH
rhy.lclui use them for the . urcpf LIVER and WIlStiTZZ
or.cnt by maU for 25c ia stamps. Circulars free J. S. JuSci!!T'
Croup. Asthm. BroncMtla, KcanU.
eta. KRviiiiiniism. JoIINSnk a0
l!2 ? K , J'MKX (or Internal an J Enema'.
Vie) will tiLiaiitane.-uulT relk v.- ibrM lerriMa
diHtaws, uiid will p.itvolv cure nine cnns
out ot u-js. iiil.matk.n thai ,11 Mvr tnav
! ves son! irpc ! niait. I mm delav a. i,i,,m. ...
r--.- V"? M 1 rovinuiill is bcll.r than fun.
bisoaji's of the Spine.
mm nm ma kJt Ml U Ui Tt-i
tips, liai kins Couch, Wtmnpinsr l "Osrh, chronic Diarrhoia. 1 i;.5ftitrr. ( holrra Mortni. Kktner 'inmLi.-. .
I cvorvwInTP. ( ircnlars free. I. S. .lOiiNSON & CO., liostMi. Miut.
It Is a well-tnnwn fart that most of the
norse and Cattle Powder old in this coun
try Is worthless; that Sheridan's Condition
Powder is absoliite'ypare and vcrrraluablo.
Nothing on Earth will make hens
lay like Sheridan's Condition Pow
der. Dose, one teaspoonfnl to each pint of
21 " WJ" "isopoaiOTety prevent and cure 1 nw Cholera. c. Sold everywhere, orient h,,.ti-.!- i.
CHICKEN CHOLERA, a: .:nis:il;:rr?'"l'vma,i.i4.
Mil IHS LAY
Do. 20, 10:ly
Circulars tree. I. 8. JuilNSuX m CO., Iteuoo,
LETTER FROM MR. TILDEN.
A letier was received from Samuel
J. Tihien iegr (ting that his Ii allh
prevented his attendance. He sys:
1 remember gratefully that when it
was my duty as governor to engage
in the grapple with the canal ring,
which then swayed all the adminis
trative, legislative and judicial de
partments of state, a majority of the
local organizations of the Democratic
party, of the organizations of the Re
publican party at the New York pro
duce exchange rallied to my support
and stood by my side until that
gigantic power was completely over
thrown. 1 cordially concur in your
opinion that the election of Cleveland
and Hendricks is demanded by the
best interests of the country. 1 be
lieve that their election will be a
substantial victory for the cause of
good government, that it will assure
us of a safe and prudent administra
tion of tiie chief magistracy of the re
public in our relations with other
countries; that it will restore simpli
city and economy, and the needs of
the federal government, so far as that
result depends upon the executive
office will give business men immu
nity from sudden changes of policy,
and enables them to repose under the
shelter of a stable administration. A
system free from favoritism to par
ticular classes and interests, and from
injurious fluctuations to which such
private residences iu the inghborhood
were decorated with bunting, and ev
ery window was til ed with men and
women. The men added their voices
to those of the cheering throng below,
and hundreds of white handkerchiefs
fluttered in the hands of ladies.
Standing up iu his open barouche,
Gov. Cleveland bowed his acknowl
edgements in response to the greeting
accorded him, ami looked out upon
the enthusiastic throng with a pleased
smile. His expressio. , was one of en-
1 lire self-possession, satisfaction ami
MM - . 7 ; .. l
i ne vjtiveruor s carnage iook us
place in the line, the uniformed organ
izations assumed their positions, the
bands struck up lively marching airs,
ami the procession moved toward the
Pierrepont House, through the streets
lined and crowded with cheering
spectators, and beneath floating ban
ners waving in the breize from house?,
alon; the route, as cheer after cheer
broke out, and thousands of ladies at
open wi in lows waved their handker
chiefs. The Governor was driven to
the Pierrepont House, on Montague
street, where a large number of peo
ple awaited his arrival.
Among those who received the Gov
ernor in the parlors of the hotel were
Judge McCue, Dr. S. H. Camp, Col.
Win. Hertock, Congressmen Wm. E.
K. iiobcrlsoii and Felix Campbell,
fc.x-Al.iyor Hunter, Ex-Senator Jas. F
Pearce, Judge Moore, City Auditor
Daniel Lake, Judge Rarllett, of the
Supreme Court, David M. Stone, ed
tor of the New York Journalof Com
merce, John Foard, editor of the
Brooklyn Union, and many other pro
After shaking hands with the large
number of people introduced to him,
the Governor was escorted to the Art
Assembly rooms connected with the
Academy of Music on Montague street.
The building was handsomely dec
orated with bunting and evergreens,
and was densely thronged. The street
without was also crowded to its ut
most capacity. As the Governor ap
peared on his way to the academy he
was again cheered by thousands of
voices. On entering the building he
was surrounded by those waiting there
to greet him, and for some time he was
kept busy shaking the hands of hun
dreds of citizens presented to him.
Among them were Mayor Low, Com
missioners Freeman and Partridge,
Aldermen Kane, Colliers and Olena,
Corporation Counsel Taylor, Senator
Kiernan, Jas. C. Hendrix and Sena
tor Jacobs. These were folio wed by
1,200 members of the reception com
mittee, who filed past the Governor,
The apparent fruitless efforts of the
heavens to furnish rain, as indicated
by the winds and clouds of the last
week in this vicinity, have, however,
been interesting phenomena, ami ma
ny amateur prophets have, as a con-
' sequence, sadly shaken the confidence
of their friends by predicting that the
j equinoctial tempest was surelv about.
1 N. Y. Sun.
The Prairie Ioj.
The advent of the white man into
this country has increased their num
bers, as man has destroyed the wolves,
badgers, rattlesnakes, panthers, and
other animals which prey upon the
prairie dogs. The restrictions upon
their increase which nature had im
posed man has removed. They eat
the grass in summer and the grass
roots iu winter, and the consequence
is that what was but a few years ago
the finest grazing region in America
is fast beoming a verdureless desert.
Unlike ail other animals in America,
the prairie dog is migrating, not West,
bill Last. Only a year or two ago
his eastern line was about the western
ern line of this county. In a short
time he has advanced his frontier cast
about five miles into Shackelford,
Throckmorton, and the other counties
lying north and south of Shackelford
Unless checked he will soon ravage
all the mesa uite crass-lands in the
State, ami will then descend iu count
less hosts upon the black, waxy farm
ing lands of Tarrant, Dallas, Collin,
and other counties cast of us. Alba
ny Texas) News.
Krrors in Butter Making.
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer,
1 . .1
AMI ITMnPDT A lUD
WmMk&z ME f ALNDT SUITS. S50
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and $30
iiviwil II UV lUUlll UIJUUU, VlI.UU,
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPET8.
Sewinsr Machines Weed and Hartford.
TIT A TUX'T t ACTIVE AI LTri.l.Ia:JiT AGEKT in ererr town
WW iill L JlAXJ I mid cjuuty to sell our F01'UL.AU NEW BOOKS and FAMILY
BIBLE'S. Ministers, tenelieri nnl others, whaM time is not fully occupied, will find it to their interest
to Te-irio!! 1 with tis. To f.irmers' nona ind other yonnfr men jmt coming on th field of action, this
Vi no oil ii many ndvantvic , loh n a mcan- of makinr money and of self culture. Write for special
u-aiiio B. F. JOHXSON 4b CO., 1.013 Mats Street, Richmond, V.
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
each shakiucr hands with dim. Hun-
There are several prominent errors in
making butter which are quite common,
ensilr pointed out and in the main easily
remedied. The greatest obstacle in the
way of reform is to get necessary instruc
tion before those who commit the errors ;
to get tli4V attention, win their confi
dence by showing them that the
remedy is less laborious and the graud
result a larger and better produce, conse
quently ft better price is obtained for the
surplus than is possihlc under the old
erroneous method of butter-making.
The errors of butter -making are :
2. Too much aeid iu the cream.
3. Cftsein or buttermilk iu a decompos
ed state. .
4. Too much friction in churning and
working the butter.
5. Bad salt aud too much of it.
Foul milking stables, impure water,
odors from various sources, known and
unknown, are errors vital in their conse
quences, and qot generally thought of
Good sweet milk eo:itains one-fourth
more of sugar than it does of butter ; this
suuai turns to acid, and if this acid is too
much developed before churning the
coveted aroma of good butter is lost.
That it is t lie acknowledged Loader is ft
fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Kunmn";.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
A Y it IS WARRANTED
To Ik? made of the best material.
To do any and all kinds of work.
To he complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
For sale by KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
84:iG:"lv. Salisbury, N. C.
R'lOD.'i-J t ) VV.2. W. C. C1ART, S0
Total Assets, $710,745.12.
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage
Term Policies written on Dwellings.
Premiums payable One italfchsh and bal
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, Agt.
23:Gm. Safis'.'ur-. N. C.
j .m GTA3UPllLS
VW I I! X
jirrJ -Ji 3 I :ou3 Complaints
i i;ikf ;mi4y vferhle: no jjrtp
1'riw Zj ca. All DruipSU.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUB-
AH Dcrsons having claims against the
estate of Tuldas File, deed, are hereby .
notified to present the same to me for pay-
ment, on or before the 2d day of October ! . M.
1893, or this notice will be plead in bare. SCRIBE FORTHi CAROLINA
recovery. And all those indebted to the j
sai'i s'.ate arc requested to make early
settlement of the same.
M. S. FRALEV, Executor.
Sept. 27th, IWi. w:pd.
WATCHMAN. SI SO