TIIUKSDA V, OCT. IS, 1 8SS.
National Democratic Ticket
FJR PRESIDENT : f
. FOR vice president:
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JOHN S. HENDERSON,.
: '. ' of -Kuwaiti.
State Democratic Tie
DANIEL G. FOWLE, of Wake.
U FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR :
.THOMAS M. HOLT, of Alamance.
Vfor $eckktary of state:
WILLIAM L. SA UNDEIIS,
Of Wake County.
FOR STATE TREASURER :
DONALD W, BAIN, of Wake.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL: u
THEO. F. DAVlpSON,!of Bumcombe
GEO. W. SANDERLAIN, of Wayne.
FOR.SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
..S. M. FINGER, of Catawba.
Associate Justice of the Su
Cqurt to fill -the vacancy
p re me
JOSEPH J. DAVIS,
' "of Franklin -County.
For Associate Justices of the Su
breme Court under amendment to the
1 JAMES E. SHEPHERD,
of Beaufort County.
ALPHONSO C. AVERY,
of Burke County.
0R PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS AT LARGE
ALFRED M. WADDELL,
,' of New Hauover Cotint';
FREDERICK N. STRUDWICK,
s of Orange County, j
jaoonng menin ine rsortn new
demand Icglislation against Trusts and
for the prevention of corners. .
Both Houses have passed a Lill nppro
jprintihg $o0,000 to carry out the provi?
ions of the Chinese exclusion bill.
The Republican tariff bill puts coal on
thcffrcc list. Such a howl has been rais
Jed by. the coal Barons that the' rcpubli
an Senators arc now claimtug that it
was all a mistake of thc printer and in
tended to raise the taiiifYon cojiI instead
fputting it on the free list. -
The House having finished its w ork,
is now waiting to sec what the Senate
' proposes to do. Neither House has a
Quorum, and those in position to know,
i : jare confidently predicting an adjourn -'ment
before tlic 25th inst. They might
as well adjourned a month
jthat has been accomplished.
House was in session only two
days last week; and is not likely to put
in any wore time this week. In fact,
there is' nothing for it to do except to pass
j a- resolution to adjourn, but as that
jtvould help to .pull the republican Sent
ate out of the hole into which it has got
ten the House seems to be ih no hurry
about it. , ,'.'"' .
The largest delegation of Indians that J
ever ybitcd Washington, hfc nowrtherc,
i and they are attracting a great deal of
atteation. The delegation consists of CO
I . t: I it.
; j Sioux Chiefs. They are Stliero for the
j j purpose of conferring with the Interior
I j department in relation to the proposed
: treaty, by which they are to sell to the
i s Government 11,000,000 acres of land,
1 about half their reservation. - " r
Ifj The report of WmIV H. Washington,
.don, Ontario, to the State department,
has crcated'quite a stir among thehigh
ton s report states that Oliver chilled
plows, made at South Bend, Indiana; are
sold. in Canada at 10 each wholcs;ilc and
;$12 retail, while in 4-hc United Spates
t they, cost -$14 each wholes;ile, aud $16
ieacUetail. Similar " discrimination is
shown agaiust the United States farmer
in regard to. the Syracuse and the South
ern Bend plows.--". These figures are re-
markablevbccause American plows entcr
j ing Canada have to, pay a duty of 35 per
cent, ad .valorem.. . One of Walter, A.
Wood's American iself-bindiug reapers,
I wh?ch eost lu t he United States from 150
j j to $170, can bebbught in C4ina"lafor110
j j Smaller agricultural tools, such ;is spades,
lshov ami forks, after spaying 'from 35
iv tvr rcui. a vaiorcnv, are sokl in
p Can if da1 as cheap or cheaper than in this
I couutry;.sTlesc figures arc calculated to
set io "American 1 fanner to thinking
1 a'oput the alleged benefit he r receives
i from a high protective tariff. ".' The hidi
UrjJl keeps out foreign implements, and
c lo eomiKJte am.1v for-;'
rcis,; hcoe'e ii lower
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-cb.su u manufacture
late speed, in the Senate In which he re,
views inQiuiius;ui umtreuL-v uctn vru
the Mill (or ; House) bill, and that re
cent ly-brought forwarder the nepubli-
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elicited the applause ot me iemocrauc
people aiid the press in aH parts of the
country We regret that our coUimns
will not admit of the publication of it in
full; but the latter part is or especial iii
iiiterct to many ef our peojIej and that"
wcgivfc, as follows: t
TIn the matter of reduct ion of tax upon
distilled spirits the tender mercies of the
majority nave only been awaKeneu, as
usual, for the benefit of the manufactur
ers. Alcohol used in the arts, as it U
cuphoneousiy expressed, is to be relieved
of all tax: These "art?." are principally
practised by quacks, medical pretenders,
and compounders of cosmetics, hair dyes,
tinctures, and what are known to the
world, especially undertakers, as patent
medicines. The door tor the entrance
of fraud which is here opened is as much
wider than that which they claim is op
ened by ad valorem duties on imports as is
the Gulf of Ht. Xmvrenec than the Gulf
of ?unso. " .
But it makes all the difference in the
world who benefits by the fraud and
who loses. Ad valorem frauds were su
posed to benefit the importer to thejoss
of the home manufacturer, but when
these were changed to compound duties
and multiform classifications, bv which
UK? fraud was shifted and injured lo the
x profit of the home manufaceurer, the sit
uation is pionounced satislactory. to.in
this case the possibility, of. fraud is ad
mitted, but inasmuch as it insures to the
benelit of those "interested parties' who
arc waiting now to judge of our 'amend-'
meats, it was thcug'it Wise to remove the
tax and risk the consequences. As to
the provisions of the House bill which
were inteuded to mitigate in some degree
the harsh features -of our internal revenue
laws, which are so much complained of
by the small-operators in distillation in
many parts ot our country, the stern
regard of the majority, for the rights of
the Treasury has proven incorruptible.
Section .JO of the House bill provided
that the Secretary of the Treasury might
permit every farmer to distill his apples,
peaches, and grapes Tree from ail the reg
ulations and exactions of the law except
simply the, payment of the tax. The
substitute says no, let him comply with
all the manifold and expensive red-tape
of the law or let: his fruit rot upon the
ground, wjiich it mostly does to his loss
and that of the Goverment. The same
section provided that the Secretary of
the Treasury and the commissioner of
Internal Revenue mav in their discre-
tion penuit all small distillers of grain,
consuming less than 25 bushels per dav.
to operate free from all restrictions except
the payment of the tax which shall
be assessed on the capacity of .their dis
tilleries. The substitute refuses to allow this, on
the ground that it opens the door to
fraud. Between the lines, it is not in
tended for the benefit of manufacturers.
Section 37 of the House bill provides
that fruit brandy may be placed in ware
houses, and tlie tax paid thereon when
taken out for removal just the same as
other spirits. "Why not? Bat the sub
stttute says no the farmer who distills
his fruit shall pay the tax as the brandy
conies out of the worm. The profession
al distillers alone shall have the privilege
of a government warehouse. Section 38
of House bill provides that when the dis
tillery apparatus 6f a small distillery. is
seized for any violation of a v, it .Oi ilfnot
be destroyed, but '-shall be sold asprovid
ed by existing law. The substitute snys
no! The .property shall be destroyed
whenever seized, though there may have
been no legal adjudication of the guilt of
its owner. i
Section 39 of House bill provides that
whenever it shall be made to annear to
the satisfaction of the iudgc havinr juris
diction that the health or life f any per
son confined in prision for any offence
against these lawsls ndanirered bv such
close confinement, jthe judge may release
mm upon a bail or make any orricr neces
sary tor Ins comfort and well-being.
The substitute says No, let him suffer or
In section 20, 80J and 31 of House bill.
it if humanly provided resnectivelv.
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mai ine minimum oi punishments pro
vided by statute for offenses shall be re-
ealeil, leaving it to the discretion Ofthe
judge who acquaints himself with all the
circumstances to say what punishment
shall be inflicted; and that no warrants
of arrest shall be issued upon affidavit
of charges upon mere information and be
lief except by the regular officers of the
land, aud further iprovides that no foes
shall be paid except where the defendant
is convicted or the prosecution shall have
been approved by the district attorney
of the United States. And further, that
all warrantsof arrest for offenses against
the United States laws shall be return
able before some judicial officer residing
in the county of arrest, of if there be
none such n that county , nearest the
place of arrest. And 'lastly it is provid
ed by section 83 (House lull) that. the
Commissioner of Internal ltevcnr.e and
the Secretary and Treasurer may com
promise cases and reduce or remit any
fines penalties, forfeitures, or assessments
under internal revenue laws. All of
which moderate and reasonable proviso
ion. in behalf or f he small distillers and
farmers of the country, the majority in
dignantly reject, .They arc too small
and humble toJ secure the attention of
those intellects who have been so long
struggling to secure tho proper relation
bet ween the rates imposed upon the num
erous articles produced-in our related in-ter-dependent
But as they had no time to give to the
poor and the humble m the Solving of
ims greai proDicm m customs duties, of !
-course they had none-to bestow upon the
farmer who disstills 100 bushels apple
or 10 consult llic interest of any of the
small fry who are affected bv internal
revenue laws. It is a pitv; but let us
hope thcrJ is still justice abroad in the
land which will some day be felt.
: The -attempt to churaeterize the House
bili as sectional in its character became
more articles of Northern production
arc effected by its reduction than of
Southern production, is to say the least,
ridiculous. A table is furnished by the
commute to show this. Of course nine
tenths of the manufactured products" of
the United States being made in the
northern portion; the duties which are
complained of, necessarily the reductions
affected the North more than the South.
How could it be otherwise? If it were
lKssiblc to reduce tariff duties with any
show of justice or propriety seetioimllv.
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iii vouki sill I Do : slinwii th., Uh. ir.. 7
does not r-Uuce uimii fi,.i '.,r.
Northern productionsdisproportionate! v.
! The very reverie would be the fact, and j
fulMn iroiluel; ;ind rice, also grown .
i? Jh Soiitli, and tobacco, .which is main-
& Southern prod uet. And it will not;
? PJi.'Icd for,, moment that of tht
rr"tetiai v.Mth are subject of Fr-
nl taxation tho South wakes 4 auy thing
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j " Yl aiw Jr hope and belief that
our countrymen will not be Mcoeiveu ny
l-tiny of these proceedings 5 with reference
to reducing taxes. For the !ast.ten yeah
I the Democratic party lias- made an lion-
ad persistent ettort.to
to tue necfewitii of the Government, at
j every f st ep- of, y hieh they- have - len
. thwarted by the Republican partyVTlify
have never at any time had ihe power (to
reduce these taxes, for .they nave not
had the posscsseion at any one timebf
both branches of the legislature and toe
The committee acknowledge, in thejir
reiort the imperious necessity of this re
duction, but blame first the President of
the United States for theexistem-e ofthe
surplus, They say he could have spent
it in payingpremiums oi $30 on tne nun
lrel to their fiiends, the bondholdeiis.
It is very true he could, and so he coud
have squandered itjas countless million s
have been squandered under the admin
istration of predecessors, but he did not.
They say in the second place that tte
responsibility rests upon the party n
control of the House of Representatives,
and that this'is the first bill w!-iich thJ
House has sent, them for reducing reve
nue in live years.
Xobody will be deceived by this. It is
as well known to the country as it is; to
those Senators who made this assertion,
that almost the entire body of the Repub
lican luinoritv- in the House have resist
ed every bill which the Democrats have
tried to pass within that period,
and that they 'were able by the help
oflt handful of Democrats to defeat every
bill for reducing taxes, and tiiey know
farther that these few Democrats who
aided them to defeat taritfreduction were
applauded tatlfti skies by them and made
brevet put riots and moral heroes. They
know further, and so does the country,
that for ten pears past no Republican in
the House of Representatives, certainly
no considerable number of them, has so
much as proposed a bill to reduce tariff
Many of them have indeed, there as
well as here, admitted the necessity of
reduction; there is no complaint of the
liberality of their admissions in this re
spect, 'but during the time which I have
been a member of this body I can safely
say thai. no Republican in either House,
so far as my recollection goes, has made
a bona fide movement to reduce any tax
es in the maintainancc of which the man
ufacturers of this country were interest
ed. I challeuge a contradiction of this.
The result of every step or movement
toward a change in the schedules has
been an increase, and if anything was
lowered it was by accident or oversight.
Now, he moderate proposition of the
House bill which could l;ccome a law
in twenty four hours if this Senate would
agree to it are met by a counter propo
sition which, it is admitted, can not
become a law at this se-siou of Congress
which is intended for delay, and which,
if adopted, would leave most' of the taxes
which are eompliainedof in full force and
increase many of them.. The House hill,
on the contrary, is framed not only- to
relieve the Treasury, but to relieve ''the
people, whilst this substitute is framed
so as to relieve the TreaAiry and increase
the burdens of the people. That is the
difference between the two.
Twelve Year3 of Djsnora'ic Eib.
W i :n i ng to n M cssongi r.
Twelve years of Democratic govern
ment in North Carolina has given the
people peace, goolorder, and econmy in
public affairs; reduced taxation, restored
the good name and credit of the State,
re-established the free schools, and
brought about general prosperity and
public improvements. We have built
two new asylums for the insane, one
white one colored; a Governor's house.
State library and Supreme Court rooms
and the penitiarv; bought a buildinu for
the Agricultural Department, and estab
lished that department, without taxing
the people one cent; extended two insti
tutions for the Deaf, Dhmb and Blind; re
paired ana improved the old insane asy
Lun, improved the State eapitol, and
done many other things enumerated; and
steadily reduced taxation. On its i t cord
ofthe past twelve years in control of
public affairs, the Democracy of North
Carolina can confidently submit itselaims
to the people of the State.
The Special Tax Bond.
Washington-, I). C. Oct. 17.-The
case of the North Carolina special tax i
no ml ease was called in the Supreme
Court of the United States yesterday.
After counsel on both sides hud an
nounced their readiness to proceed, the
justices held, an informal consultation.
The chief justice then announced that
the court desired a full bench to hear
this case, as it involved a constitutional
question. As Justice Matthews was ill,
the court would adjourn the hearing for
A Chicago correspondent thus figures
up Hutchinson's gains on his wheat deal:
"From Thersday noon to Saturday night
he drew out of the IJ.iard of Trade clear-
liig-nouse in eeruueti cneecKS, j
and there is still $1,700,000 due him on j
unsettled sales. Then on Mondav, when
he unloaded t. 000,000 bushelsjust to ease
the market, he had an even 130. cents prof
it on every bushel, which netted him
itH),(.)00 more. 1 Ins makes his winnings
like $2,37-5,1 WO cashed in and ii marker
lip for a bagatelle of $lJXK),0i0orso more.
When he started in to buy September j
wheat it. l was selling at !S- cents, and it
lookctl very tempting ro him. I le felt
Satisfied .that it was good for 10 cent.-,
profit, and told all the boys so. and "got
the laugfV in return. But the result
shows that his judgement was correct.'
For jill forms of nasal catarrh where
there is dryness of the air passage m it Ii
what is eominonJy called "stulling up,'
especially when going to bed, Ely's Cream
Balm gives perfect and immediate relief.
Its benefit to me has been priceless.
A. (J. Chase, M.'IX, Millwood Kansas.
I The bottle of Ely's Cream Balm that
I obtained of vou last summer has entire
ly cured my little boy of a severe attack
of catarrh. Mrs. Sallie Davis, Green
Post office, Ala.
Carnegie draws $l,o00,000 for his part j ! sf f supreme anil terrorize hon
of the pWus in a Pennsvlvania iron c1tte" aml tIw 1 duster bulbloz.ng
mill. lie is of eoui-se a Protectionist, i "f? C 1,.,aIval1- 1 ,,c Plaj " l"m
Here is the estimate of what he gets!?, WpWc gangs of armed men at
fm. Arw nrtimn
made by the Philadelphia Record:
1 a Will V I l - t. Kf 1 L.ll i" '
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vuc J car" w "
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' i.n a es
...... 1.. "500,000.00-
: 1 READ THIS,
I Citizens of North Carolina.
It h further eridenee of the vurjwsc
J . Morton to force tf jnnsibte the jMitjinent
If the infamous Sjteviul Tax Jioadu fiead
, . tvh'i Jlcpnblican money it being poured
info thix State Head of Mr. Morton'
bdxq financial speculation Uead atto of
thetritesignijicanecof theeitark victory.
n; v I . New- York Times. - - . "
Senator Quay is In a very, u nam table
mood nowadays, and not a little1 ojf his
bad humor is caused by the persistence
of Hon.jLrVi P. Morton in making him
spend many thousands of dollars, it en
deavoring; to carry North Carolina for
the Republicans. According to a ineui
ber of the; National Republican Execu
tive Committee this has been the burden
of Mortons song ever since the begin
ning of the campaign, Mr. Morton said
some time! ago that he had given tO' the
National Republican Committee jhrec
times the amount" of what his salary' as
Vice-President would be, which isj sup
posed to mean that he has contributed
SLKJXM). In return for this he has insist
ed, and still insists, that the full power of
the National Committee shall be used to
carry Nortli Carolina. Senator Quay
objected at first, but he could hjudly
help yielding to the party's candidate
for the Vice-Presidency and its greatest
pecuniary aid, so an energetic Reiubli-.
can campaign has been carried on in
North Carolina, and Senator Quay has
spent money in that State whijdi he
wanted to devote to other States. I .
The disgust of Senator Quay now is
due to a ""tlisc'overy ,which he has' just
mode of the. reasons which nctimt Mr.
Morton in desiring to have North Caro
lina go Republican, rhey are, in hort,
that the firm of Morton, Bliss & Co. are
holders of.what are k'iown as the special 1
tax oonus, which nuw amount, prulicipal
and interest, to more thajn "OjOdo.OlO,
These bonds were issued when- .'orlh
Carolina Vas in the hands of the carpet
baggers aijd it was pretended that! they
were to be devoted to the buildi'ng of
certain railroads in the promotion of
which Milton S. Littlefield was the, chief
actor. A special tax was levied for theip
payment, hence their name. Littlefield
took the bonds, sold them in New! York
for what they would bring, and did not
build any! railroads with them. Th
fraud wask) gross thai after North Car
olina camq under the control of it!s des
cent and respectable citizens, a constitu
tional provision was enacted forbidding
their payinent unless such payment
should be authorized by a majority of the
voters ofthe State at the ballot box.
Morton, 'Bliss & Co. bonght up j these
bonds after their repudiation for almost
nothing, and have made several attempts
to collect them through the courts.; Test
suits have" been brought in individual
bonds in the United States Circuit jCourjt
for Nortfi Carolina in the name of dum
mies who jesidein North Carolina The
suits are ijot brought by Morton Bliss
& Co., in order to avoid the provisions of
the eleventh amendment to the Jjeders'l
Constitution which forbids the brlimiug
of a suit n&ainst a State bv a resident of
auoilier Mjnte. One ot these suits i
pending in the United States Su
V. A. " - 1 II 1 r.
v-uiin, wmi small cnanres oi . success.
But, even if the suits were to suiceed,
tlio collcciioii of ihe judgment would be
diflieult, uiiless the petirl.', the" .legisla
ture, and t ii e (Iyernor should beiijfavar
of paying it. Therefore Mr. Mojtonis
very -.dcsirpuH to have North Caroljiia go
RcpuhlH'an. and there are persons jat I he
National Republican Headqf.arter who
arc unkii:d enough to say that his jmain.
if not his sole purpose, in ( blaiiiiijg the
Reimblican nomination for the 1 Vice
Prcsijc'encj', was to be thus enabjled to
employ the whole power of t le 'party j
through bis National Committee k col- i
lect his bonds which be bought l'or al-!
most nothing after they had been) repu
diated. In other' words, that his candi
dacy is only a vast financial specu'Ji.tioii.
in which he uses the Republican party
as a tool t() accomplih his ends, i
If the Republicans were to. ciptuj'e
North Carolina at this election of fourse
that woubl not of itself in lire tl d pay-1
mcnt of tlie lnils. lint it would givela '
Republican tJovehior. a Repul lican Su-1
prenie Court, and a Republican - Legisla
ture. ; Much mav be done with aireneies
At least negotiations could he eondueled
for the payment of money on the ponds.
And whatever is paid would be likely to
be a piolit to Mr. Morton. Onej ifiing
which; militates against the sucdess of
this gigantic scheme is the fact tliit the
Deinocias of North Carolina havei ''got
on"' to it. : Senator Ransom is abkmt to
freely: expo. e it on the stump, ajul lib
exposure, w.ll hnally defeat it. j The
people of North Carolina do not really
want to pay for bonds from which they
never reeeived any benefit, and which
were issued by rascals whom they have
recently driven from the State. " ;
tii:: sicNirrAXc:-: of the xkwakW vif
r "The true significance of the Newark
victory,' said Senator Ha mum yesterday,
"Is not restricted to New Jersey. It
means that New York and Connecticut
will sin ely go for Cleveland and j Thin
man. 1 In rrcsideutial election Ncav
York,; New Jersey and Connect ieujl bang
together aiid cast their. votes in fivor of
the same candidates. :' The workiiigmen
of Newark are not only unterricd py the
Hepublicaii assertions that the Mills bill
means free trade, but they have iiivesti
gated the question for t hein.se! vies aiid
have asri-rtained that its enactmejit will
tend to their advantage. Th-ey ;ire not
alone iafuong the woikingmen of this
couimv in reacninji lor eoncliiisious.
Xcw.k & OUi. 'of
the twenty i:ren'l man-
factuiMng centres of
full of worklngmen
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us count rv. It
lfad thet bden
ialarinetl ;ly tlie Kejuiblican cries they
l would have voted solidly for the !Kepub-
lican ticket.' They were not aliaruied,
jaml iveiiher are the woikingmen of New
i York ami Connecticut jilarmedj The
: Xewark election was thejlirst tliroct test
' ofthe effects ofthe taritf scare which the
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Hcpuiuicans nave tnetl to raise,! and it
was f no avail. It was demonstrated
that the national victory will be oursi"
The Demoj'iatic leaders of this city be
lieve that Senator (Jfuay is trying;to t'olee
riotsiat the polls on election dayj They
are now thoroughly aroused to (he real
meaningj of Senator Quay's reef nt per
formances, aiul thcj will take nt asures
to see tliat they miscarry, lie will find,
they jsayi that New York is not lhilalel
phiaJ where "Bill"' MeXnmes land ''his
iJ" l'ieeuieu ov uic liivo-
- a -
cation ofthe law
extension ladder of the iSook and
Iidde'r ;ruek isadaisy.and will be found
a iiiosi nseiui appendage oi our, line tire
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ucpiwiuiciii. ir iimtntpoa ,rr.
Ed. Csjmblc of: this place is the jnvcutoi
ofa:i extensjou ladder, which
heard spoken of in hi
h.M never been, brought
Tlils,jovilpmcvprvarlPS. A marre) or mr.tj
s rengilj.anfl vholesomenesp. More coiiomit.l
tliiiDtheor llDiir kinds, and cannoi -be sold In
competition wiih tiie m'iliUKOf of low l ost, short
"eiut.alum jr iliosph.itepowTteis. Soldonlj In
cans. Uoyal Bakino Pqwdek Co.,106 Wallst. N
Fors.de bv Binirham & Co., Young & Bos
tain, and N. P. Murphy.
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it Ilemocrjllc Admliiitlrailou.
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Free of I'(:.4.- in iV rtii e.i ftnlps : n l CanaHa,
ouL-il j iln.irs of New York Citv.
ONE DOLLA I FO ONE YEAR.
Club3nf 10 io t:: i i;i p o. .ul.'.res"', with un
ji.Mit'oin! r.,.v ;-. . rtr n z.-rofCub, . .$10.00
T21 TiifiZE MCUTI.'j, c.i tr a!, . 25 cents
;;"i-t:il (orr.u :.:;(! cxlruordlnary Induce
tii-K'w ' nrtit siiil cu.iruiM.Ti,
!S--riJ iur t ii i.'uli)i'.
m BAILV STAR'.
nn n-tr e'i
t ta.t co:T,."n 1 1 ! i!ie ni-ws of tht; ay in
.'"P.). i T( i:l CorrcsTnn.Ipni-.. lis
lic-iliii, Vienna anl Uubliu.
i ii : irji:tfnil:il.;.-
Al W i!:il't.:i, i-
funii 'i lit Itiit r w
l i t ra'y f.T.t.:r-.-
t V- m.v -an.l o'l fr nn-i center, the
re ui.'-r; a cl.
.iiu ICarket I:evi-v s arc unusually full
T r r m
r rinl Canai'.a. nut-
Frte of I
?i ie t'.c
i-vv Voik i iiv
tTt-ry l.-y, t i- nieywr hiL-IuiIiug Sunday),
I'iiily, Ti;ih..i:t Sur, ;i::v, one ytar,
Kvo'y Da-. - x -: r. t;is, . .
D i lv, v, I-ii - Mt Sun.iay, f'x months, . ,
Sunday, without Da ly, cue year, .
Ii (I I
-way s.?.i Pr t Piace. New York
c o c otia corn wiTcn
JSold for M ion nn.
lately. Bct tHS
watca la the world. Per
Vkrrpcr. Wurrmntc.l. Hery
;-iia uoiii Hunting Cues,
bieatit anil macuiftrclit.
lioth lailien'and Keuta'tlzea
witii works an1 raM of
equal vala&OXC PCnsO.H
la each locality can secure on
t- lil.t.. Uow U tliis poaaiblcT
V'c nns wer we -m ant one per.
I.in in iarh tfwalif p In kiwn Im
tnelrliomi's.au 1 uuw to tnoae who call, a complete lliK-ofoor
vnliu.Wcan.1 vi iy n-H-fill HO( SMIOI.U K.lMPLCS.
Theat aamplea.ns v :i ,-. t'.io irntch.we acn t free.and after yon
have kcrt them in y:r hmc fur months auJ shown them
to those who may ti.ivj rr.IK J.thc y brrcme yonr own property;
It is pisci' le to i:i.;kn this mat o:T,t, sen. line the SOLID
C.o:.i nMi mil C'CJSTl' samples fr.-e, ai the ahowtneof
the chTiiph-3 iti B!:y1.-ality. elwuys n-aulta in a large traiio lor
s;nrter our b.hu; iles hsvc be-:i in a locality for a, month or two
vrs usually get 1-o:n SSOOC to S5000 In trade from tb
urroumJiiis- cuntry. This, tho most won.lerful offer erer
known. i3 uiai'.e in order that our samples may be placed at ones)
where thi -j-mn l o pu n, til over America. Write at once, and
make sure ef thee hiK-e. Ken.h r it wil behar.Uyany trouble,
tor you tosho'v the samples lo those who may call at yourboma
and your reward tv:;1 he most natisfartory. A postal card oa
which to vniteus r tz but 1 cent an 1 after you know all, tf yon
do notcaro to po further, why no harm tsdone. But if you da
end your addreM ct otice, you can secure KltCsE one of tb
kest solid Kohl v.-tches In the world and our larce Una of
tSTt.Y MAHPIXS. We pay all express, freight, etc,
Addnss HLO. t ll.iU. ii CO.,Uos 813, fUKTLAKD, MAINE.
lny. -'Why W
large stork of ico?) Is '
hfcii iikcil tor scvtral
illaee petting in Fiuli a
His answer is, theTa-
crensc in lni-inrss.
Have ju t ret-eivoil a full line of
STAPLE DliY FOODS'.
N.m'ous. Flannels. Shall?. HIaakels ami a full
line of ba'lies' I'lulfrwear.
icf This line is t fiprcinltij thi eixn
.Men's uit fror.i .$." up tf SIS.
Youth's suits fr;ni . ' to $10.
Uoy.- miis (Votn S"; to 7.
C!iil;h en's suits fronl s-' iTi to ?.".
Overcoats from $2 .V) to si u.
A eonirtletc line ef
GENT'S PUfiUBHINCr. GOODS.
F.Aii STOCK OF MATS and (.'APS.
My stock of shoes is of the best make, such
as Was State
an 1 other good manufacturers,
is too htrgt' to mention, surli us
jrlass eroekery and wooden willow
My unper floors are arranged
merchants and 1 will give them
will comoete with anv other nmrket
My gootls are lioujjht for sjot e.isri
h'j 1 west prices.
All kinds of country produce hoiiglit for
VICTOR WALLACE. .
Ross k McCubbins,
Buys fiF Ills aha Exjirlers.
Will buy cotton bilei b sieetlng1,
P3 or Sod bagging.
SEEK SSFOSE YOU SZLL
In the Latest
! OMisses spring heel
iiBf-hUgant variety of
"'r v,-f i'v o ivjui
j MEN'S HAND
j"Don't ftiil to sco
Xp nails or tacks to hurt the feet,
sewed atone-half the price.
new and handsome lot-trunks.
SOFT, CRUSH and STIFF HATS from
$100 TO $5.00.
FANCY WOOD, GOLD AND
:i $1.75, $2.00 & $2:50:; ;
()IM)KIJS PROMPTLY AND CaKEFITLLY FlLLKI).
SCHULTZ & VAN WYCK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IH BOOTS UiO SHOES, i
MAIN STREET SALISBURY, N.C.
Sk;x of the i;n; fioi.D Boot. l
At the Dry Goo
M Girls under 1" ye.ir.s entitled to it pretty pieture.
Rs'Doys of all ags entitled to ivhiit thev want at a verv
Ladies and Gents get the 1
ine ser o i.omie rmluction entitled Ilmssels at C. Other fine Car
pets will join in the performance. ' - ;
-The touching dramii of pariinj
at such a sacrifice.
4th-The ait Tragedy, Oh! ye Tears, whewi
them 5c. Handkerchiefs
5th-Scenes from Ben Hnr sTamous
mad?, showin- how Beautiful
i n in uiingB io matcn.
8th Historical representation of
the taen worn Ituchiugs, Hosiery, Gloves, and Golden THmmiV
- 7th - Sketches from Tifd,l T.; ;
iv. iii . .
ile,. of Ihe matchless Wjsuns
latent, novelties 1:1
9th A short Recitation on Jersejs.
halt as ra,t hi tno Cloak Market of Solisbary will do when paw
If you want to get ta Iua ren aid be able: to nav TOnr"lAfnr'l!oy ol'
hoh of u. and we will help you a!l can. d&y
- ay ...
Change of Programme every 30 days. - : - ,!
. - ft ' ! K
VN WfCK &SCHTJLTZ-
and HATS in
Styles and of the
AA.n ... '
cliildrerTs and Infant's slioes aria
vjiciiti ov 1 1 jhj onvjo. -
Just as smooth
of ladies- canvass
SILVER TIP OLORrA Si
Is Establishment of
Xo extru cliarge for reserved seats
, ami Imnllj elose at all. i
iree of ; selling all wool Dress Goods-below aU coDHf
with Blankets, Hleachings and IhMh
m come.s the
Description-" Howhe Bcautifnl
oar bress Goods Jook with our
r:- . . ; -
iwium, giving a irue wu -
in Uiunask Jablc Eneaa Bnd,Ppil
Dre w Goals mid Trimmings.