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THURSDAY, JUNE 21, ISSSS
ITitieflal Democratic Ticket. 4
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TOE rBESIDZNTV " "
Of New York.: " '
" FOR VICE PRESIDENT :
ALLEN G. THURMAN,
- Of Ohio..
State Democratic Ticket.
Daniel g. fowle, of Wake.
' v FOR li;CTENAJTT GOVERNOR :1
THOMAS M. HOLT, of Alamance.
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FOR SECRETARY OP STATE: j-
WILLIAM L. SAUNDEK,
; 'Of Wake County.
FOR STATE TREASURER :
DONALD W. BAIN, of Wake.
f OR ATTORKiY GENERAL:
' THEO F. DAVIDSON, of Bumcombe.
, for auditor:
; GEO. W. SANDERLA1 N, of Wayne.
'; FOB SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION:
( v K M., FINGER, of Catawba.
FOR ASSOCIATE JUSTICES OF SUPR. COURT:
JOSEPH J. DAVIS,
j of Franklin County.
JAMES E. SHEPHERD,
., of Beaufort County.
. ALPHONSO C. AVERY,
fob rRESiPEJyriALi EtiKCTuKa at LAKUi;
" ALFRED M: WADpELL, - '
of New Hanover Couuty.
FREDERICK N. STRUDWiCK,
v , of Orange. County.
National Republican Convention.
The delegates to this Convention
commenced assembling afChicago last
week. Those representing different
Mections of the country have spent the
time booming . their favorite candidates.
Mr.'Blaiue was in the lead for a day or
two, but the New York delegation
threw a bomb in the midst of them
i-when they declared in favor of Mr.
Depew, of New York, first and last;
and when this was backed up by Con
necticut, the Blaine men were some-
Later. A fire brand was thrown
into the Convention by two sets of
delegates from Virginia, one headed
by Mahone and the other by Wise.
The whole of Wednesday was spent in
deciding between these factions and
cnied in a victory for Mahomc. Bal
loting hiayj not be commenced before
Friday.! Everything-! weather, politics
and delegates are hot and the police
had to he i called, in to keep-, down the
fire. I ' ! !
The; Emperor of Germany Dead.
fI1ie Emperor of Germany, Frederick
William, died on the 15th. The Reich
s:mzeiger (official organ) published the
i following announcement : "The roy-
al suffer has ended his eartlhy career.
Bjf Cjod's decree the Erriperor-King, our
j most gracious "mister, passed to his
' eternal rest shortly after eleven o'clock
this a. ui., and after long and grievous
' I sufferings which were borne with ad
mirable ! fortitude and submission to
God's will. The royal houseaiid the
German people have been twice bereav
ed within a short time. - They deeply
...mourn- the all too early demise of our
much beloved ruler.
Signed) . Ministry op State.
THEllfEW EMPEROR. - '
-Prince William, heir to the German
Imperial crown and Prussian throne,
was born January 26, 1959. He was
married to Princess A uguste.
William is a fiery, dashing young cav
alry officer, whose active military spirit
cives little assurance of a maintenance
I of Uie peace' policy to which his father.
in common with the late Emperor
William, were latterly devoted.
writes about the St.
Louis platform as
I i,."?trirrd of its verbagc. the plain Enc-
dish of the abovols that the party favosa
the continuauccpf the iniquitous Intern
al Bycnuo system and the inauguration
ot frccxttadeaa prescribed anA numi.t
bhcMUls tariff bill.nQW penWlS.
The" Republican reiterates an un
Ktistained charge, freauentlv mad Kv
"Jlepttblicans id Congress and elsewhere
Lto wit: tW the Democratift
favor the coatisnenceof the biuitous
latemal Reveacs system afid the is-
aagarawoa oi tree trade." NtW t
these charges have yet been fairly tas
taised by auy actios of the democratic
partyf but are constantly ard oniformly
denied acd the deaial ia abnndaatw
custalued, especially so far as. itijltes
xo sontneru members of Congress, t
. v Tiie Norfe Carolina Press Assocfa
(Prom our regular correspondent)
" Washington, June 18,1833
Congressman Timothy JCambeU
of New York, hasan abiding faith m
the run ning. qualities of Cleveland aind
Thurman. lu fact he has $5,000
worth of faith in their being -oar next
President and Vice-President respect
ively. That is the snm he has wfa
gered with ex-Congressman Page, of
Oaliforniathat they will carry the
State of "New York next November.
Unless some vef unexpected change
shall lake place an thJ sentiments jof
)he people, Mr.-CambellV chances tor
picking up $5,000 may be considered
as excelleLtl . ' ! - i
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland expect to at
tend the graduating exercises of the
University of Virginia on the 27th
inst. ; j
The honor of holding the first Clever
lauaand inurman ratincation meeting
at the National Capital is daef to4he
Virginia Democratic association
held an enthusiastic meeting on Friday
liistt whenr amid the waving of . red
bandannas and vociferous cheering,
the campaign was opened, f Amopg
the speakers were Senator-elect Bar
bour, of Virginia, Col. Washington,
Representative Outbwaite, of Ohio,
Hon. John Goode, and Jodge Barber, of
Ky. Mr. Outhwaite cheered the )0ts
up considerably by telling of a remarK
able crab-apple-tree in Ohio that has
Lnever bloomed except in the year that
the Democrats have carried the btate.
It bloomed this year.
The House Committee on foreign af
faiis have reported favorably the bill
providing for a , permanent exposition
in Washington to celebrate in 1892 tpe
400th. anniversary of the discovery bf
America, and to be participated in bj
all the Govemmentsof Hie three Amer
icas, ' J
Considering the fact that fully one
third of its entire membership is in at
tendance upon the Chicago convention,
Congress is getting along fairly well.
The Mills tariff bill has for the time
being given, way for the regular appro-?
nriation bills. . nromnt action unon
U - hich is necessary, owing to the near-
nes of the new fiscal year. It is hop
ed to get them all through in time. ;
With f heir strongest man nominated
the chances of the Republican party
would have been despertate said Repre
sentative Cox to-day, but with one of
their weakest men, as it now seems
likely to be, they will simply have no
The President has signed the bill es
tablishing a Department of Labor. It
is said that Mr. Carroll Wright, who
has been in charge of the labor bureau
since its establishment, would like to
take charge of the new Department, j
Anoint resolution has been passed
by Congress, allowing all ex-soldiers, bf
either side, who participated in the bat
tle of Gettysburg, leave to attend the
re-union to be held on the anniversary
of the battle.
During the tariff debate in the House,
Thvrsday, Mr. Randall made a speech
in favor of tho protective tariff on tin
ptatc, although not a single sheet of
it is at present manufactured in this
country. He was applauded by the re
publicans. The investigation of the Gov't Print
ing office has been concluded. Mr.
Benedict comes out with flying colors,
as has been predicted in this correspon
dence. There will probably be two
reports made to the House, the repub
licans will endeavor to so twist the evi
dence that they can get matprial
enough to make a report asainst the
present management of the office!
Not that they expect to accomplish
anything bvso doings but they feel
that something must be done to coun
teract the effect of the showing up of
previous republican , linismanage
meni of the office which the evi
dence before the committee brought
about, and which the democratic mem
bers of the committee will freely draw
upon in making up their report.
Indian Commissioner Atkins has re
signed for the purpose nf making a
personal canvas in favor of his election
to the United States Senate from Ten
nessee. Further consideration of the fisher
ies treaty has. been postponed until the
25th inst. The Senate judiciary com
mittee will again take up the nomina-
tioirof Mr. Fuller to be Chief Justice
I on the same day.
Mr. Cleveland hns expressed himself
io a mend as being entirely pleased
with the present attitude of the demo
cratic party upon4be tariff question, as
well as with the platform adopted at St.
Louis. . .
Had yon ever a slight connection
with the military service ? Vote for
ns and well enve vou a pension-
Would you like to go into the ocean
carrying business? Vote for us.
We 11 give you a subsidy. Are vou a
manufacturer ? Sustain os in taxing
every body, for your benefit. Are you
iiioorerr ve exist- ior the purpose
i -k -mBr i m t i
of taxing you into a prosperous condi
tion. 'Without us you'd starve. Is
your town ambitionsb ? We never veto
acts for public buildings. Would you
run a railroad? We'll rive aland
grant. Thus in substance the Repnbn
lican party addresses- the "people of the
uuivvu sju&vKom it is a proposition
debahch the peopled It is '"bribery
''' ' A Trsapet Slftsl
) W&aUagtoa Crltlo.
If Judge Thnrcaa uses hia bandar
na as effectively in the ccraiB& camnflirm
as be was wont to do in days of yore,
It may prove as potential &a the eelel
brated wind instrnment of Ecderick
Dhn in uThe Lady of the Lake."
, Oaa Was apoa bia bngle hom
"Semi Centinaiy Addresses of David
son Colleg.e . . .
ThUtbook which is of special inter
est to the friends arid patrons of Dav
idson College, we see is on the market.
The" Secretary of the Board of Trns
the Ifisv. Dr. Rumple, was charsredvith
the editorial work of the booktnd Has
performed the task with ability taste
aud skill. It comprises shethes of all
the Presidents of the College from the
first down to the iast These, were pre
pared in the form oi addresses deliver
ed at the Semi Gentinary Celebration
and togetharinake op a pretty complete
history; of the College.
New York Mail and Express
ouite an interestinz account of
the progress made in the last few years
in the treatment of sick and wounded
horses. They are now treated with al
most the tenderness and care bestowed
on human brings; and what is more
important, the subject of many of the
same diseases which affect men, and
the treatment for them is much the
same only in large dose?. Brokenbon-
es are frequently reset, and the horse
swung up ufttil cured. Plugging their
teeth is resorted to where it is found
thev are suffering from damaged and
l m .
There is a cattle slaughtering estab
lishment at Hammond, Indiana, which
on an average, kills a thousand head of
cattle per day six day in the week.
And all these go to feed the animal
man. There is no waste of any part
of the animal. Hides, horns, hoofs,
tails, and every other part and parcel
of the animal is utilized. The best
part of the fat is made into oleomarga
rine, of which 40,000 lbs. are turned
out daily, and
sells &t 15 cents per
A floating saw roilll is one of the
latest novelties in Florida. It is built
on a flat boat forty by eighty feet, and
stands five feet aboye water. It only
draws 18 inches, and can be moved up
to timber which cannot be floated to a
mill. The mill is driven by a forty
horse power engine, and the whole con
trivance exceeds in value of results the
expectations of the projectors.
The Indiana Pharmacist predicts
thatfthis! is to be a very hot summer,
the hottest in seven years. The pre
diction is based on the statement that
the weather runs in cycles of about
seven years a very hot summer being
followed by a cold one, and then grad
ually increasing in temperature when
it reaches its maximum on the seventh
year. 1882 was a cool summer after a
hot one in 1881; and according to the
usual course 1888 will be hot.
.It is asserted by some of our "ex
changes" that the working people of
the State! are taking a more lively
interest in politics this year than usual.
It is quite natural that they should;
for there is no disputing the fact that
public sentiment decided months ago,
that Cleveland should be nominated for
A barrel of flax seed oil exploded in
a two story warehouse, of Zanesville,
Ohio, demolishing the building and
killing several persons and two dray
teams standing near the building. The
s'lock was felt for a long distance, and
houses in the neighborhood were dam
aged, f I
The Western Sentinel is the title o.f a
new and neatly gotten up paper in Mc
Dowell County, by J. A. Atkin. $1 a
This little paper is booming the new
City, Nebo, never before heard of
until now.l They are building a big
hotel, making an artificial lake for
boating and raising fish ; have a city im
provement; company, a big store a liv
ery stable blacksmith shop, Civil Engi
neer oSce lumber dealer, shoe maker,
&c, and threaten to outgrow any town
or city in the mountains.
The 36 Equatorial Telescope of the
Lick Observatory is in position, and
undertaking is practically
There yet remains some
adjusting work to be done by the as-
themselves which will
quire some! weeks.
Commencement week at
Davidson College, and it wilt doubtless
be the occasion" of attracting a large
crowd of learned men and fair women
Ho that place. The Rev. Walter
Moore, DJ D., of ; Va., preached the
The magistratef? of Anson Count j
tamed out the entire old Board of
Connty Commissioners and elected a
sew aet. Alison has an abundance of
good, material and her magistrates
favored aj change as the best policy,
and notfrom any "special objection" to
Kansas City Times,
iOrover Cleveland h:is ; a- peculiar
strength above any man known: in pub
lie life. ! He is a tpye of the American.
His strength iin dealing with! affairs;
his talent is common sense. I lie pees
clearly and acts with vigor; pejjgoeS to
no extremes and makes no rob takes.
In all his life be has never gotje back
ward, meeting with steady gale each
newj situation and by suceeJtefiiL cleal
ing making himself heir to the higher.
The Democracy pledges itself to puri
ty the Administration from corruption,
to restore economy, to revive jjrapect
for law,! and to reduce taxation! to the
lowest limit consistent with jdue ire
guard to the preservation of j tlje faith
of the nation ip its creditors and pen
sioneri Knowing full wellj, however,
that legislation aflectingthe operations
of the people" should be cautious tind
conservative in method, not radvahce
of public opinion, but responsive to! its
demands, the Democratic party pledg
ed to revise the tariff in ol spirits uf
fairness to all interests. But m mak
ing a reduction in taxes it is riot bro.
posed to injure any democratic indus
tries, but rather promote their jhealthy
crmnrthi Democratic Plntturit.
reaffirmed y 88.
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The Hawley boom seems to have
wilted like a fair, frail flowejr early in
the heat of the political summer, jilt
may be explained by the jfajct that
Mr. Hawley has a way sometimes of
accidentally catching on to thejjCoristi-
tutiou and this. is altogether loo Inn-
Republican for the Republican party.
They don't want anv Constitution in
their candidate ever. JYewS and Ob
Having recently made the entire icir
cuit of Prnnklin, we can speak; ad visealy
as to the condition of crops, &c.,
Owing to too much rain our farnfers
had fallen behind with their crops, but
the past week being dry they have
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caught up and now their corn and cot
ton crops are clean and in fine condition.
I thiuk 1 1 havo never before! seen jthe
crops so generally clean and well Worked.
The wheat harvest is all taken off, and
in one instance threshed. Generally
speaking this crop is light perhaps hot
more than half a crop. We noticed b'ne
thing, however, bearded wheat generally
was 1 good, whilst the smooth headed
varities did not ripen right and jWasjal
most a tailure. The crop of the writer
was all : of the V Dichl Mediterranean
crop breed," a new kind of bearded wheat.
It ripened riht, without rust
and made a heavy cr6p.
Oats has come out considerably and
will make a pretty fair crop. Corn and
cotton are looking as well as we could
wish for. i i!
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The crop of early peaches is! full, and
our people are shipping them in large
quantities, and of the finest we ever saw.
In some! localities, especially in sandy
soil Where the land is flat, they are rot
ting badly, whilst on elevated lied soil
they are hot rotting so much. J
Not much sickness in our ownship
Extensive preparations are being made
at A T.- TInll'a fVir tho 1t inct. !
Healing Springs, I
Davidson Co., N. C.
June 17, 1888.
Editor Watchman: I dropped in at this
old ahd 'celebrated watering place to
day and took a drink of the cool and re
freshing waters which still gush from the
rocks as of old retaining with precision
their old time taste and mediCjnal vir
tues. ' There is at present no one;! here,
but the houses aro in better condition
than for many years and visitors; to occu
py them will probably be coming in dur
ing next month. It is a quiet place, very
much; in the woods, and about the cheap
est that can be found. I understand that
the rent of the houses will be made ac
commodating. ii I:
t arms in this section promise an aver
age crop, and the general health of the
people is gooa. )
jjenion is a rising uuie village, two ana
a halftones below this place, where! a
considerable trade is being done,
I have not seen many of the people
here abouts, but John Henderson and
Cleveland have friends all about
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Cotton market corrected weekly by
J BOYDEN & QUINN.'
Cotton, good middling,
Country produce market corrected by
i D. R. JULIAN & CO. j j
Corn, , 62
Flour, country family, S2.25 $2.S0
Wheat; I i $1.00
Country bacon, j t 10
Butter, 15 20
Egw, 10 12
lmq potatoes, good, 75
do.j : do. do seed, ! 5
Sweet potatoes, Ml!
Peas, j : 00
Lard, country, j I 10
A GOOD HOME.
Any one wishiag to buy a eo6d! nozoe
pfcce, is invited, to call on Mrs. i H. B.
Johnscji or Miss Victoria Johnsop North
Ward, comer Fnlton and Kerr streets, ji .
JaneT21, 1888. if. iF I
. FOR SALE.
Six g&o3 Milch Cows, and os fitw spriipg
gon and aleg&at Barn ess, &ad One Atlm&U wi-
g03--ailK003. .Prices reaaoflkWe. ! ii
Or at AtirrtraJTarJipirtStosp.
Tblspovrderoeverrarles. A marvel or ttnt)
strength, and boleaomeneBs. More economical
than the ordinary tlnda, and cannot be sold in
competition wlltatUe multitude ot low teat, Abort
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Sold only In
Cans. ROYAL BAKISfO Powbxb Co.. 101 Wall st. N
For sale by Bingham & Co., Young &.B is
tain, and N. P. Murphy.
The people of Salisbury and vicinity
are laboring under the mistake that we
keep only Second Hund Clothing. On
the contrary we keep a full line of
BRA NEW CLOTHING,
For Men and Youth,
EQUAL TO CUSTOM WORK.
In the Buis Building. Respectfully,
I. BLUHEHIUL k BED.
POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED.
Casli paid for all kinds of United States
and Cont'edratu Postage and Local Stamp
used on letters before 1585. Leave ail
Stamps nn entire envelope. I will pay for
U. S. and Confederate Postage Stamps from
50 cents to $2o.00 p r 00; for Confederate
a a. am 'AS' a a m
Liocai stamps irom zo cents to eaen.
Satisfactory reference uivtn. . Porfnrtlier
particulars address, G. L KEEHLN,
Salem, N. C
Having administered on the estate of
B. N. Call,' deceased, this is to notify
those having claims against said estate
to present. them to me for payment, on
or before the 2d day of June, 1889, or
this notice will be plead in bar of recov
ery. And those indebted to the estate of
the deeeased are requested to make im
May 24,1888 6t. Adm'r.
At Cost without Reserve
FOR 30 DATS
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MILLINERY,
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
Call early and see the bargains we offer.
Mrs. V B. BEACHAM k CO.,
Ladies' Store, Fisher Btr.
June 5, 1888. 33:2t
BUY YOU A CLOCK.
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If in town yoa chance to drop,
Buy yourself a clock ;
The kind of clock what is a clock?
The kind that is guaranteed,
I'll at will keep irood time
And run like a rhyme,
And cost you nix for a year.
And if a clock from me vou have
That wont run exactly to a dot,
I ask yon then to bring it back
And if in the least it does anything
I will give you a new one
Or the money pay back.
Now, of clocks I a large, assortment
That must go and go, cheap for cash
on the spot;
In nickle, wood, and marbleised iron,
All the latest designs you surely will
From the liltle tick tick to the big tock
The prices are low, in fact very low,
Considering the quality and finish;
Why for $1.25 who can't have the hour,
And keep up with the times and his
The days are now here when your time
is quite dear,
So get you a clock, that on time you
I have clocks for all people, the rich
and the poor,
From S1.25 to $18 in store.
And clocks-what is clocks nothing
less, nothing more,
And that for the cash they pass oat
of my door.
So come along all and a bargain seenro
And see to the letter if I could not
Very truly yonrs,
W. H. REISNER,
r I n m l n itt rw n t. w t w t n w . tutt tti "m ,
bilMl-mNlN UiiL UN ViiJN IORY
This is done in order to reduce our Stock
as much as possible.
Carpets, Oil Clotis, and Mattings,
Wim oiiT 'Cost '.. :
WE ARE BLOWING
Q'OOD HEWg W yLLif.
That we are Headquarters on Low Prices j
Our largely increasing sales testify !
Will cut prices on some
WHEN YOU NEEIJ
Wool Dress Goods,
American Satines, . - -Zephyr
White Goods in
Lace bed sets.
i Wooi Dress Goods,
AIID TII0U3AIIDS OF TllllioSWE HAVE.NOT SPACE TO MENTION
Don't Fail toZSee K
OUR POOR FOLKS POCKET-BOOK,
2 feet long or less I j .
The ana may become eclipsed; The moon mty.no longer $ied its cffialgent fJJ
The Stars may wander from their accustomed course; The earth may dpart irsas :
usual coarse ; The tides may cease to ebb and flow; but
So -pass the jag Keep oa Dancing,
- "A warm welcoarawaita jou with
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LITTHANN & LICHTENSTEIN.
OUR LONG WHISTLE!
of our Leading Goodi.
3Iadjrias Lace Curtains.
The largest stock
Laces in town.
in, endless Tarietj.
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New lot Torchon Lac
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! New lot
T it sy nm nrrtnrn- a w r rrtrrn a 4 XTPt
and bay your Goods of E
out-stretcbedijand iiad amiling facf
Leaders Latest Styles and Loice:t Pi
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