The Carolina Watchman.
. . .
XVI THl4$ SERIES
8ALI8BUEY. tf. C. NOVEMBER 20-1884.
gheat price, for your produce and
W. W. TAYLOK, i
D. J. BOST1AW,
and J. A. NEELY
h i DKHAKEll and TENNESSEE
I'M BUS, WATEBTOWN LINCINNATI
;gies & Spring Wagons.
Irain and Guano Drills.
m HAY RAKES
Avkry's Riding and Walking
degraph Straw Cutters,
Avery and Dixie PLOW S,
tor Oorxx Shollers,
Engines and Boilers,
IW AND GRIST MILLS,
;, Engine and Boiler Fitting. Guns,
s, Shells, Cartridges, Wads and Cap..
tt and Shot, Dynamite Fuse and Pri-
-Axes, Shovels and Spades, Building
mre, Paints, Oils and Varnishes,
HUE-RAISED CLOVER SEED.
rerylhing else usually leapt In First Class
an- and Implement Stores. I nave on band
nck of ue above, offer tbem for ibe next
lays, tor less money than tbey bave ever
U1 In ibis country.
fcury. Oct. 2VS4. ff. drill I nLHaSlLi
eminent German seientist has reeent-
covered from a root extract, an abto-
Mtijk for Tape Worm.
s pleasant to take and is not distress-
uic patient, but is peculiarly sicken-
Mid stupefying to the Tape Worm,
p loosens its hold of its victim and
away in a natural and casv manner,
tlv whole, with Head, and while still
je physician has used this specific in
POO cases, without a sinule failure to
Korni entire. Success guaranteed. No
ppiired until removed with head.
stamp for circular and terms.
HEYWOOD 6l CO.,
19 Park Place, New York.
hr 30, '34. ly
Death To Worms.
F Ccyiin C irmer 0. Gents. I bave quite
ad fur your "Worm Killer." It is the best
putfe i can get- A farmer bought a bottle of
i" WMkS Ml MM nnfi rlntut I n Ii U ..li I Id
I next day Whh A vho -ohnu Inr ri 1 1 td with
, Uw rtsun vt oe dose, Since i ben all want
W. J. DAVIS.
DeCK ClIU. X. C .Miv Bt.h IftfU
mi Caraer A Co.. Baltimore.' Mri -lw:ir
r. A Kudd. a verv resrxinslhl.. natani i.r
gave a ball fceaspoonfal "Worm KUler" to a
nQ im; result was 35 worms. Mr.
I Mith jjn better result : 15
irom one cbfld ; of cuurae ny sales will be
A - S. 8. SMITH.
I the follow! ne fmm nnA .KA IzLrn -..-.I
v,J?5Wl,0n Physician, and fanfcers in
rarouna. He writes ."That a neero trlri 10
u near uiui. took two or three dose, of the
ana passed ?M worm.." Dated
ry. 8. C. Mai 26th. Ishi
il R. H. EDMUXDS, M. D.
LooaQot Por Bottle.
your Urucuist for it or semi to
, Canner St Co., Bait. 84::im.
THE BE8T SMITH IN
ESM!3! t8Jf spared to do all kinds of re-
kikte7 V1 wacenea, clocks, ac, and at
uaoie prices. Leave and iret vmir wntihM at
5KTZ!5M Salisbury; and try the
New Polling Places.
la n S,Ven tkrt the fol-
W new polling pieces have been creat
ttawan County, to wit ;
tf&S 'Jn LUaker Township.
(8 C Rankin's former resi-
0 Mt. L Tnwi..l.in
a Academy, in P-,.v i
ffr X Road, in Steel.. TWEi.;
- niu lUWIlSllip.
Orlcrorn, n j r
rV.Ut. ISM "o.:-
H We till mean to supply you with the West FLOUR HAMS. PURE LARD,
MEAL, (new crop)! Buckwheat Flour, Oat Meal Grits, Rics, uaar Syr-
vuTawM Tomatoes Coffee T. a. and fancy new Deep Sea, No. 1 MACKEREL.
, hav over k.nds of CHEWING TOBACCO. We Lave the largest .t.jck o
nl Glassware in town. A new supply of 5 cent, trick.. Agen . lor the Light
. . a m ,i c.ut'c Siuw, Cotton. Remember, wa will pay
& WINTER GOODS
one of the LARGEST and most COM-
J PtETE Stock of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS in
Western North Carolina.
And we are prepared to offer seasonable and staple
LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE.
We have a large assortment f
to which we invite the especial attention of buyers
' Ladies' Cloaks -
from $1 up. We have a good liae of
CI a EARS AND DOLMANS.
We have Underwear for all
We a.e agents for lli e
Boots and Shoes,
We sell the unexcelled HESS & BRO'S. fine Hand
Sewed Shoes. We have a large assortment of Johh
Mundkll's SOLAR TIPPED Children's Shoes.
sell you goods a. low as the lowes. Come
KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAtt.
BRUNER. E AMES & CO.
DO YOU WANT TO
SELL YOUR LANDS?
I. now offered to Land owners who may
wirih to dispose of
Havin: been instructed to act as Agents
lor the Ntirtli (Jarolina Department ot im
migration, we will state to those having
property of the above description for sale,
that we are in position to place such pro
perty in the hands ot over two hundred
active Anents, who are making it a regular
business to sell lands to Immigrants and
others coming into North Carolina to
Lands placed above market value are
We have established a Kkal Estate and
Minim; Bureau in addition to the above
and are in position to place to
advantage mining properties of all kinds,
developed and undeveloped. Large tracts
of Lands in Western North Carolina, and
in East Teun., maybe placed through us
to advantage. We can offer inducements
heretofore unknown, and land owners will
consult their best interest by calling on or
. BRUNER, EAMES & CO.
Real Estate, Mining &
Salisbury, N. C.
Maps, Assays, Reports and Estimates on
Parties contemplating going to Texas
will do well to consult us, as we have farms
in all parts of that State, and will giadly
furnish l.formation. o7:6m.
Uudcr and by virtue of a writ of "Ven
ditioni Exponas' from the Superior Court
of Iiowan county, I will expose to sale to
the ' highest bidder, at the Court House
door in Salisbury, on Monday the 24th day
of November, 1884, the following describ
ed real estate, to wit :
1st. Lot No. 3 in the division of the lands
of Hugh Dobbins, dee'd, among his heirs
at law, containing about 81 acres.
2d. Lot No. 4 of the same division of
lands, containing about 81 acres; the taid
two lots adjoin each other, and are in Steele
Township of Rowan County, adjoining the
lands of R. F. Grsh am, 31 rs. Laura Barger
and others, and are now occupied by Mrs.
Jemima Black we ll.
C. C. KIUDER. Sh'rt
Oct. 17, 1884. of Rowan County.
Having determined to continue the Mil
linery business at my old stand, I ask my
friends and customers to hold their orders
for mc. as I have ordered the Prettiest lot of
HATS. RIBBONS. FEATHERS, .
Ih aveever had in store. Everything will
be Entirely New and Fasbionable.
MRS. W. R. BARKER.
Salisbury, N. C, Oct 12, 1884. 2:1m
The season is nigh when it is the
yearly wont of this people to observe a
day appointed for that purpose by the
President as a special occasion for
thanksgiving unto God.
Now, therefore, in recognition of this
hallowed custom I, Chester A. Arthur,
President of the United Stales, do here
by designate, as such day of general
thanksgiving, Thursday, the 27th day
of thi3 present November.
And I recommend that through out
the land people ceasing from their ac
customed occupations do then keep a
holiday at their several homes and their
several places of worship, and with
heart and voice pay reverential acknowl
edgement to the Giver of all good for
the countless blessings wherewith He
hath visited this Nation.
In witness whereof, I hereunto set
my hand and cause the seal of the Uni
ted States to be affixed. Done at the
City of Washington this seventh day
November in the year of our Lord, one
thousand eight hundred and eighty-four
and of American Independence, the one
hundred and ninth,
Chester A. Arthur.
By the President,
F. T. Frelinohuysen,
Secretary of State.
A Solemn Duty.
The progress made by many indi
vidual negroes these fifteen years has
been wonderful ; but the progress of
the whole race lias not been great.
It lias not been by any means as great
as it would have been if thev had not
becu the slaves of the Republican par-
The best opportunity they had for
practical instruction indeed the only
opportunity was to learn from the
whites. The Republican organization
denied them this in a great measure
by its estrangement of the races. They
were taught to regard their friends as
enemies. Their political enmity ve
ry naturally caused other kinds of es
trangement, and the wonder is that
the Southern whites have continued
to tax themselves to educate them
such a wonder, in fact, that you can
now find Democrats who would be
willin r to withhold all such aid.
This, however, is not the proper
view to take. If the motive of char
ity were absent (and it is not), it would
be the duty of the whites to aid the
ignorant race in every way to upbuild
themselves, especially in intelligence.
And there is not the least danger but
as much will lie done hereafter by the
whites for the upbuilding of negroes
as has heretofore been done more, in
fact. But hundreds and hundreds of
the poor dupes ot Republicanism are
frightened out of their wits. They
are sure that they will again be made
slaves. Some have even offered to
S B B
give tncuiseves up to their old masters,
along with whole families of children
horn in freedom. Others have asked
what course to pursue in politics here
after. "I have sworn in church,"
said oue, "never so long as I live to
vote any ticket but de 'Publican tick
et, an' I heers dar ain't gwine ter be
no 'Publican ticket no mo!" Two or
three days ago a foolish old darkey
not far from Raleigh was sold at auc
tion by a company of foolish boys,
and he was certain that it was a seri
So it happens that the manifold sins
of the Republican party remain as
trouble to us, after the Republican
party is gone. This lays the heavier
resposibility on us kindly to instruct
these unfortunate victims of that most
damnable slavery that ever
the mask of freedom.
xiKFLEcnvm.Y. riowever . niuch we
may differ in matters political, it is wise
II TT 1
to remember that we are all citizens of
a common country, having at heart the
' a i ii 1J v
same interest : tne weitare and pros
perity an honest and responsible Govern
ment can impose or a people confer, has
been bestowed on a strong, modest, reso-
lute,honest,self-contained patriotic, God
fearing man. As he relies on the peo
ple so does he rely on that Divine pow
er which he brought to guide him when
he was chosen to the trust now held
Poisoned Sausage. Thirty passen
gers sat down to breakfast at Atlanta
Ga., on the Atlantic and Western Rail
way, on Monday. Before the train had
t A it i A?
ieii ine station six passengers were
taken ill, and had to be left. All the
others who ate .sausage for breakfast
became ill before the train, arrived at
Marietta. Nine had to be left in care
of physicians at that point. It is ex
pected that six of those left at Marietta
will die. Physicians attributed the
wholesale poisoning to stryehjiine.
Injuring AH "Business."
N. Y. World, Bern.
It iff a criminal act to keep
act to keep the
country in a state of unnecessary ns
pense and agitation about ihe result
of the election.
Blaine and his associates made an
impudent, brazen claim to the States
of Indiana, Virginia, West Virginia
and Tennessee for two dr three days
after it was known that all those States
had given large Democratic majorities.
Then, when they found that without
the State of New York Cleveland
would be beaten, they tried to bag
the State of New York.
But to cover up their tracks the
Blaineites raised the cry of "Demo
cratic frauds" iu the count.
The Republicans have control of
more thau four-fifths of the counties
of the State outside of Nc York city.
They alone have the opportunity to
commit frauds there.
Iu the Democratic city of New
York the election machinery is whol-
y in the hands of Republican rogues,
some of whom are now under indict
ment. The Republicans alone have
he opportunity to commit frauds
The crime of disturbing the public
peace by doubts and fears means the
oss of millions to our business men
and our industries. Let the respon
sibility be fixed where it belongs.
Springfield Republican, lad.
Those are pleasing pictures of De
mocracy that represent G rover Cleve-
and and James G. Blame going to
their homes on Tuesday to cast their
ballots among their old neighbors, for
he national and State and local olli-
cers as if they were not one of them
on the eve of being elected to the
chief magistry of the country. There
is a question often raised as to the
propriety of a candidate's voting for
1 1 nisei t. 1 he question has no parti
san significance in the present instance,
oth Mr. Cleveland and Mr. Blame
lid it, but it is hard to see why it
should not be raised, since a candidate
is responsible to his party and his
jrinciples tor his vote, anil is bound
to cast it where it will count. Ihe
notion that a candidate miurht vote
or his antagonist is a pretty one for a
club, but a public election is a serious
It is well enough to remind the
Radical howlers and conspirators of
he past. The Philadelphia Times,
Ind. Republican, says:
"In 1876, the Republican Ret u ru
ng Board of Florida computed and
certified the returns in favor of Hayes
n open disregard of the judicial com
mand of the Republican Supreme
Court in favor of Tilden. That re-
urn, in disregard of the figures and
iu contempt of the Supreme Court of
he same party, was declared by the
Republicans as conclusive, and the
electoral vote counted for Hayes. Iu
the House, James G. Blaine voted to
accept that return as final, and in the
Senate, John A. Logan voted to ac
cept it as absolute and irrevocable.
I hen the Republicans had all the ma
chinery of power; everything but the
popular vote. Now the Democrats
have all the machinery of power and
popular vote iu their favor, with Re
publican precedents, made by the in
dividual records of both Blaine and
Logan, and fraud cannot prevail."
The Vice President-Elect
Speaks. Mr. Hendricks in his In
dianapolis speech of Tuesday night
said : "As the result of the National
election, I wish to say to you that the
value or our public securities has al
ready advanced. Many who did not
think rightly said that the effect of
our victory would be to reduce the
value of United States securities.
Such, we see, has not been the effect
of the election.
The Republican party has been
party of less than half of the people,
claiming they alone ought to be al
lowed to execute and administer the
laws. This heresy has been rebuked."
Governor-elect Alfred M. Scales,
will go into the executive chair at
Raleigh with the endorsement of ninety-nine
out of a hundred of the white
voters of the State, and as Governor
he will so admin'ster that office as to
leave it with the good will and well
done faithful servant of all the good
people of the State. We predict that
his record will tie such as to reflect
credit upon him and honor on North
Carolina. Ckar. Obs.
Nothing Left to Offer. We
do not remember where we heard it,
but it is so good we repeat it without
authority. It was an Illinois court :
"Have you," asked the judge of a re
cently convicted man, "anything to
offer the court before sentence is pass
No, your honor," replied the
"My lawyer took my last
The effort to substitute New Eng
land peculiarities of localisms for ac
credited Southern characteristics ia not
required or authorized by any prop
erly organized standard, is in direct
contravention to both the laws of na
ture and the dictates of expediency, is
sure to result in ridiculous confusion
and pedantic singularity among teach
ers and their pupils, and will, it may
be feared, produce disastrous conse
quences in its influence upon the char
acter of the whole of our education.
As one simple illustration, let us take
the letter "u." The New England
and other Northern teachers give it
the liquid sound in many words in
which we use nearly or quite the sound
heard in "rule;" as "plyewrae" for
"plume;" "absolyewte" for "absolute;"
"lyewnatic" for "lunatic;" &c., &c.
I heard Prof. R., the Elocutionist,
say before hi class that the proper
name, "Lucy," should be pronounced
with that sound. Think of Miss
Lyewcy! I am glad to see that Web
ster, iu the latest edition, if I under
stand it correctly, rat her warns against
the "overdoing. .... .by making too
much of the "y" in such
Prof. A. W. Mangum.
It is probable that through the efforts
of Prof. Chas. Wheeler, Charlotte will
have a very creditable display of ores,
minerals and gems at the New Orleans
exposition. The display will embrace
ores from the Rudisill and other princi
pal gold mines, besides iron, tin and cop
per ores. A piece of the Leopard ite stone
will be included in the collection. To
this, Prof. Wheeler will add his display
of polished gems as they were shown at
Boston and at Raleigh with the excep-
lon that the collection is now larger
and more valuable than it was then.
These displays by Prof. Wheeler will be
made in connection with the Richmond
and Danville's display, and we warrant
that it will attract attention at the ex
position. Charlotte Observer.
An Ex-President's Daughter
TO MARRY. JNext week, in Rich-
nonil, Va., Miss Pearl Tyler, a daugh
ter ot .bx-rresident lylcr, in the ca
thedral. It will be the first time
within the history of the church in
Virginia when a Protestant ever wed
Catholic in a Catholic church. Miss
Tyler made special application to the
1 ope to be allowed this privilege, and
the matter was referred to Bishop Jno.
J. Kean, of th"i3 city, who granted the
request upon the ground that the lady
being the daughter of a President of
the United States bore the same rela
tion to the church constituency that
the nobility of Europe does to the
Old Man Beck's View of It.
Senator Beck, to an interviewer in
Washington: "Well, I don't know
about the policy of the new Adminis
tration. I should put Ihurman at
the he. id of the Stale Department,
with McDonald as Attorney-General,
McCiellan as Secretary of War, and
Reagan Postmaster-General, and leave
the rest of the Cabinet open. Now,
you may guess at the policy. "But
the independents ! "1 suppose
Cleveland will fix them all right. A
New York man must go at the head
of the Treasury." "Will Bayard be
n the Cabinet?" "I think not. I
lon't believe he would leave the Sen
ate for it."
Wilmington Star: In the darkness
of the "stilly night," the defeated
candidate Edwards was heard thus
soliloquizing: "To be or not to be.
That question is answered for me. I
liave tried it twice and with the same
result. I aimed at the Judgeship and
lost my grip and fell 'heavy and far.'
I next readied out for Congress but
the plumb was too high and Jimmy
Reid has caught it. Liberalism don't
pay. Pitty the sorrows of a poor old
man disappointed and brokeu by the
storms ot fate.
A Sunday Question at New
Orleans. There has been consider-
s a IkT VV I
ble discusstou iu rNew ur leans in re
gard to keeping the Exposition open
on Sundays. The majority will lie
quiet and the business of exposition
will be suspended on Sunday, but
whether the gates will be closed
against visitors on Sunday has not
yet been decided. Chronicle.
Chairman Battle has a better memo
ry than the politicians. He thinks the
Press had something to do with the vic
tory in North Carofina. Thus far in
the progress of Democratic jolification
we have not heard a word said about
the Press. The truth is it bore the
brunt of the fight, unaided, and, it
seems now, unappreciated. "'Twas ever
It is now time for the usual show-
cr of November meteors. Look out,
and you will see a celestial celebra
tion of the big victory.
or the Sale of Leaf Tobacco
Salisbury $ HI, Carolina.
FOTTRTT I f EUMBER nUW WAgfflOWB has sold THREE
u u TohaCC 801(1 n this market th season, and can show
the highest averages for crops and a general average second to none in the
State for the same grades of Tobacco.
Is the BEST LIGHTED, BEST ARRANGED and the only hni .in the
place that has STORAGE ROOM FOR PLANTER'S TOB CC0
If you want the HIGHEST PRICES for your Tobacco sell at
where you will always find a full turn-out of anxious buyers.
JOHN SHEPPARD, the Champion Tobacco Auctioneer op Westemi
North Carolina, has orders for Tobaccos and will pay HIGHEST PRICES
for all grades from the Ground Leaves to Fancy Lemon Wrappers
HIGHEST PRICES GUARANTEED.
Your friends truly,
SHEPPARD, SWINK & MONROE.
Salisbury, N. C, June 4th, 1884.
And will completely change the blood in the entire system in three month TTt
person who will take 1 Pill each night from 1 to 18 week., may be wZZZ
health if .uch -thine be Po..iblc. For Female CompUlnU u PllIT
Physician, use them for tho euro of LIVER and KIDNEY diaeaaea. SWcm Z
or.cnt b, man for 25c. in stamp. Circular, free. I. S JoSSS 1 CO r I T."S
S FbIES IlliPn LVLTvH 0 3 P'Khnw, Bronchitis, Neural.
IIPh H IH H P rl hi la I kj SV Kheum.it ism. Jon s..s wo
U 1 HJiSLH r tern HL. M Sn V.v?L-V.'-M-MhNI iraioj
Igu fSBF oSsm r- y - - '-via 'X, h r1 " '."v,",;,:,"'""'('-v rr,'"vt' ".!
ma hi Mi mm a -i J rvi J . " m ; a v. m imiiivrn run
mSUr U H u ad LJ Ed 13 11 El si Ci
Bcs. liarkiiifr i ,n
LHseasc of tbs Spine
sh, Whoopinz l''Ui!h, Chronic Piurmcea.
Sold everywhere. Circnlars free.
It is a well-known fact that rarnr of the
Bone and Cattle 1'owtler sold, in this coun
try is worthies ; that Sheridan's Condition
Powder Is sbsoli.te'vpnresnd verv valuable.
Nothing on Earth will make hen.
lay like Sheridan. Condition Pow
der. Dose, one tcaspoonful to each pint of
sod. It will also positrrclT prevent and cure
Dec. 80, 1S83. 10:ly
It. ML DAVIS.
i WtlTB Dealer, Upholsterer,
U . 1
PARLOR SUITS, 35 to $100
CHEAP BEDS, $2.50. FINE LINE OF CARPET8.
Sewing Machines Weed and Hartford. U
TIT A TTrP'E,Tl V ACTIVE AI
W JIM JLAZdJJ I nnd county to sell
JtiULibs. Ministers, teacher ana otners, wnose time is not f uiijr oecupii d, will nnd it to their interest
tt correspond with us. To farmers' sons nnd other yotin? men just coming on the field of so'ion, this
btiitie!t onursmany advantage, both as a mean of
Arm to a. t . JOii.su. co.,
STANDS AT THE HEAD!
That it is the acknowledged Leader is a
fact that cannot be disputed.
MANY IMITATE IT.
NONE EQUAL IT.
The Largest Armed.
The Lightest Running.
The Most Beautiful Wood Work.
AND IS WARRANTED
To be made of the best material.
To do auy and all kinds of work.
To be complete in every respect.
Agents wanted in unoccupied territory.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO.,
For sale bv KLUTTZ & RENDLEMAN
'8436;iy. Salisbury, N. C.
All persons having claims against the
estate td' Tobias File, deed, are hereby
notified to present the same to mc for pay -
wt ,.n r Ki.fVirn tliA 2d d;iV (A October.
nAtic will lc lilcml in hr
recoverj And all those indebted to the
rn rixinoAtfd to make earlv
tn,int of the same.
M. S. FRALEY, Executor.
S?pt. 27th, 1884 6w:pd.
I srs'iSsv'ThK' IbKI
- - - mm
ut of leu. lnl.Tinalion fl'iiii w.ll m ,t
Prevention is better than cure.
vrs Will free l.v mail. I nti I J. l:n- .,
Ct'RES Influenza. RWriins at the T.nnr nara.
Ivsentcrr. t 'holrra Mriu. Kidnev '1 maUaa
I. S. JOWNSON A CO., Uoston, Was.
Ho-Cholera, Ac. Sold every where, or sent hr mall forlSe. la
stamps. Furnished inlanre cans, price $1.00; hv mnlL.LjOL
Circulars free. I. s. JOUKSOtf CO., Boston, Mass. ,
ME WALNUT SOITS, - - $50
Cottage Suits, 20, 25 and $30
tTT TTT ' 1ST ait r n
wuven wire manresses, $.ou,
INTELLIGENT AGENTS in twy town
our FOPULAlt NEW BOOKS and FAMILY
making money and of self culture, write for atSMSH
l.uu iuam Street, Ulchmcnd, Va.
it IOD3 ilS ) VN'K, W. C.C3ART, 80
Total Assets, $710,745.12,
A Home Company,
Seeking Home Patronage
Term Policies written on Dwelling.
Premiums payable One half cash and bat'
ance in twelve months.
J. ALLEN BROWN, At.,
23:6m. Salisbur-. N. C.
r;i s iniAH Vegetable Pills
And ell Bilious Complaints
"'.Aiv i" f:ik Im-'iI'- .ir--Iv Tre'sMc: no grip
ing. i'rice - cU. All Uniiu.
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
sf af thi Ftocklioldcrs of tbe Western North
Carolina Railroad Company will le held kr.
i Salisbury. N. C on the 4th Wednesday i
i November, 1 884, being t he 26th day of t