"'yiUUSDAY, OCT. 18, 18SS.
'r ' County democratic Ticket.
' IFOR THE SEX ATE, ' J -
. ' T. U. HAIIiEY.
- rtjit -HOUSI OF UEPItfesEfcTATIVES,
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,s. Mccunihk.s, Jn.
f OR. SURVEYOR,
BV C. A
FOR; CORONER j.
IV. A' AllVKU
frrgetr the re-union, on Oct.Gth.
Thl eourity"iean vnsa wasj resumed to-
dropped in at the lUnabVicah i
ppenkiii-at Meroncy's Hal I forva mo
ment lost. Tuesday night, and wasionly
there long enough, to .count noses and
hear Mr. Moore 4nyV You never heard
of o much famine and flood .before 'the'
democrats were in power," and "When
diil yo ever knoiv of nn earthquake
before?'! 'Ity actual count- there were
33 whites, including some Democrats and
)Klicemen, and UWolorcd people pres
ent. V -
day.! , . t. - -
fhemiitreU played to a good house
' Jt every white man see that his iiame
Bird hantin;-? privile 'as le.vn Monday
Th hof : cftbo hunter ib;jard oa the
..uf4l.'e.j the .'.possum iiuiitcr.j.-
ti i; Iilumcnthalj& Ijro. Tor go id
ftlKl licup goods.' Bins building, V
li' ILt Murrill, : of tho . Vrczt and
Carv1ipi:iV l,uul our oliice a visst tni-s
LT.3T OF LETTER3. .
List of letters remaining in the lost
Oflice at Saiisbury, for the week vending
Oct. 0, 1888. . V'A
Sa m u el 1 Banks, Kcttic B a rtu n, Julia
Brown, IVJ Clielc, C . Oliver Davis, B
Fink, Kobt truster, Charley Gaither,
Sallie tlrahain, Walice Hunt, Nathan
Johnson, "Harriet Kerr, Julia Loathe,
Kllen Mady, John Martin, Sarah Miller.
I)avid Murphy, James McBridc, Halina
Owens, C'F Itobinson, K 8 Steen j (2),
Mary J Smith, Itamse W Walton, AV C
Wolfe, E Mickell Whaley, Henry Wil
Please say " Axlvertiscd," when the
above letters arc called for.
A. II. Boydex, P M.
tho 7atcliaan. .
ThiA No: of the- Watchman fiuWies
the trescnt volume of th piipernd pre
sents a fitting occasion to take a glayceit
its past hlstuiy", V , " .
The fiist copy of the Carouka Watch
man was issued ou July 28th, 18.T2, by the
late Hamilton C Jones, Esq., as - its
editor and proprietor. The design of its
cation movement of that time, started in
South Carolina under, the inspiration of
Johu C. Colhoun and other of the itistin
. j Morton's Speculation.
We publish in another part of thin pa
per a statement whica should arouse the
people of North -Carolina to; put forth
every effort In their power to defeat the
attempt of the Republican party to carry
this State in the next 'election'.'' It is a
matter of $30,000,000 withMorton, the
candidate of the Republican partv for
establishment was to combat the nulIifi-Tt he Vice Presidency. " It is shown in the
article referred to, that this aspirant to
the V ice-Presidential honors, is not care-
I ing for honors, but for the money he
guished statesmen of that Common-: hopes to make out of radical success in
wealth. The latir llon. Burton Craige j this state3. ) The $00,0003()00 ; which ' he
was then editor of the Western Carolinian,
published in this place," ajidvas "a1 zeal
ous advocate of the views of Mr. Calhoun;
and his. vigorous editorials were produc-
claims of the State, the peoplc jiave de
nounced as a vile fraud, ad have declared
they will not pay it. But if the State
votes for him and his partj', it will be
ing a rousing iuflucnce fn Western North ; an important point gained; and will help
j e a n ;t 1 ).i vi d to n eow n t i : ar e
s year, -'from a Demo-
ilHlilHe Riejlardsj)ii,Avho has spent
tiie,!nuniner.iit Maj. Cole, left this morn-in-'dir
UiviimonVl, Va. j j
f ThfceJ eek? fr Ti ta-tla y t!rs pjlitie.il.
contest i)f li 'will hvvd eaded, and it
will lie pretty welUknovyn wlu lias been
lm have seen it fetat.;! in. an 'exehange.
tbatirV:-! i TjiOmsOa wilt start a shuttle
,ul sm)k hictorv in Si.lbury in a week j
or ten days. - : ) ? .
Hon: Johi S. "ller.di ifn came home
lt''rMjiy'.aiid cptered ;! once into the
niivht ' ; He .fisl now! i..S reilrll and Ca-
tawlw counties. -,';
Scaatjor-Riuisointwill fiVd.lress the eiti
1 r . .. ii . .i i. . . i ... i .... ;
gns pt Jk wan on,ia - ni at t jvk'h
i. 1 ; if . t.v ..i i..
John S. Il3ni2r33n.
The Stat esville Lind mark, saytv that
Mr. Hendersoiu during the present'Con
grf'jfl, has been representing three di&?
trits, his own, the fourth and fifth; the.
ii.aicigu ana ijreensoaro uisiriete1 oems:
enreseiUe(l by republicans. Mr. Hen
derson is undoubtedly one of the most
industrious and efficient representatives
oyer sent to Congress from this State,
audleing one of the ablest men we have
ever had in Congress from Forth Carol!
Carolina, which alarmed the Unionists
and induced acttvc opposition on . their
part to the spread of the violent remedy
proposed by the. South Carolina move
ment, and "the establishment of the
Watchman" was the result. Mr. Jones
continued to publish the paper forjsever
al years after the settlement Of the ex
citing fpiestion which gave it birth, end
ing his connection with it ou the 28th of
July, 1S39, by a side and transfer of the
printing office, subscription list and
good will to Mace C. Pendleton aiid J. J.
Biuner. -C - ". ' '. "
Under the firm" nr.me 'of Pendleton &
Bruher the paper was continued for three
years, at the end of which time the junior
partner withdrew, for the purpose of col
lecting a considerable amount due the
This was accomplished. in the course, of
eighteen months, during which time the
: readily serves any one from any j l)aPer was continued under the mahage
n of the State, regardless of locality; lejit of the late Mr. Pendleton as editor
uuu prujirnuur. im, uuuuig ine ousiness
more dilfieult than he could well bear, he
ha, he commands influence with the ad- soul oul IO J-J- runcr and the late
ministration and in the departments, arf miul W. James, in January, 1844,
his herehv able to serve his constituents ! uwr uie ni'm n.B ot urnner &
and fellow citizens of the State. Wit- Jlllnes thc Watchman' Iwd a successful
run of six years, to July 28, 18T0. Mr.
James then so!d his interest to the pres
ent proprietor ami drew out, since which
time there has been no change in the
ownership of the ollice.
Stoneman's raiders had possession of
the office while here on the 12th and 13th
ApriLSGo, and aftcr printing an army
him in his effort to enforces the; collection
of the fraudulent claim, which Jwill batik
nipt the State, and ruin every man in it.
; Cotton Bagginj, i
The Otleiiheimer Cottoiv Bajiging Co.
of New Orleans, claim to have: solved the
cotton bagging question by the produc
tion of an article far superior to the jute
bagging. Their , circulars,, just issued,
set forth the points of difference in a very
satisfactory manner, .all of which have
been subjected to the severest and most
unqucstionabte tests. The bagging pro
duced bv the Lone M.ills, lof.l New Or-
leans, is lighter, stronger, jnore durable,
anu less name io loss oy. nre; ami can
be supplied at a cost a little below that
of jute. It bears severe handling better
Possesses many Important Advantage, over all
- ' j otber prepared Food
BABIES CRY FOR IT. '"'
I IHVA LIBS RELISH IT.
Mai? P'MmpLauBhJfig. Health, Babies.
Resumes the Stomach and Bowel..
Bold by Drujsfats. H5e 50c 1.00.
. -WELLS, B1CM80SCII t CO.. imtiinw wt
free to Mother of any Baby bom within
WILLS, RICHARDSON L C0 P.ops, Burlington, Vt
fipn and paying off . accumulated debts. I than jute, and makes a better and neater
v - Organ Church.
I.. Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Brown have re
turned to the parsonage.
Wheat sbwhig i-s in full-blasts If the news sheet, turned the office upsifle
we;vther is favorable a large crop will be ! down, wrecked the principal press and
ko vn. f
Cotton picking is going on. Cotton
destroyed; all they well could. Upon
the arrival of the Federal ar.ny after the
covering. In all points it is rcprcsentel
as superior to the jute; and the Lane
Mills propose to manufacture It right
along with-the confident expectation of
supplanting that article. It Js not, and
will not be patented ; but is offered to the
cotton States free, any cotton factory
ehoosing tj manufacture it i$ at. liberty
to do so.
The farm ors ' re gathering
I fi .id it.sliort in (piantity and
(irovp, at t o ck-
tlatihuld atiend. ; I . ; -
:ll:j;icr Mmld be;ir tin mind that
neiirlVall the land in jtliis section of
amiity isjostcd, ami they should not
trfsim' without pernission.. . . ,
It iV now stated that Dr. Benbow; tl c
instr U ir i ni a a t o n a n 1 1 I . v I I y
,ft;fjj-i;-iy nrv;; n;y ;i i t i s Statej
w31 f ate' uw;Repttl!ian f j:':c i
has been sdama-ed i.V the continued ! surrendoi the Commander took posses-
sion oi h, ueiaueo priuiers irom incarmy
To gather ui type enough to print a daily
army news slip, end held possession
until about the 4th July. When at last
they turned over the shattered establish
ment to the owner, he commenced the
work of repairing it, which occupied him
until January 8, 1SGG, at whii-h time the
publication of the Watchman was re
sumed. But it had only a brief run of
eight weeks when fire broke out in C. F.
Baker's tin shop. (Feb. 2Gth)aud extend
ing to other dmildiugs near Anally reach
ed the Watchman office and destroyed
about half of the stock, and reduced thc
paper to a half sheet. In this form it
Taere will-be a Sumlay School picnic
at O.-gin Clr.uvh o:i thj S.tturJ.iy before
the second Sunuav iH ,Nov. next
Mr."(to. Brown, of Virginia, and Mr. i
Sidney Ileilig, of Salisbury, are visiting
Rey.-W. R. Brown, at the parsonage.
B33.ll & CO. ..
One of the ni st remarkable 1 examples
of increase in business that we know if
mihg will do
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5jfros ui ins eastern p iri rine Tiaic, -tory. A ye
Wfwythe uapor ot. tliat syttiou. Jl.- is ( taWnsiimcut, it was
, ato.S juLik'cl to get ia sj:hC" g jl work in
llicfrfth district:. ' i , ' .
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The attention of musicians is called to
thc;lk;e-rtisetaent ofOwe'p II. Bisliop in
fkf or. orpins nee ling ft
well lo eaij oa hi:n
. .: r't-;.-" . ' J,
Mir. David L. (J.vskill, the pushing rep
reseiltativfc of the factories of J. I), (Jas-
fciii.pltigjtmL twist, and i Beau ix L o.,
smoking i t (jibaeeo, after; 'successfully
working the Western Stati-s and Tcrrito
rifcs. k now ii Mexico. ' !
There will be a grand reunion of the
M-soldieif after the speaking on Oct.
ffithJc All ex-soldiers shon!l see Col. ( l.
ILharker.at Klutt.'s Ding Store ai.d
Agister their names as s ioa as thevj ttr-
five in town.on that d iyj.-
ivie Times savs. &TUU has becn
tie dullest Court held ia juvie," and pn
thsaaie page gives tlie .proceediugf
viri,! witli the disposal! of 2G cases on
"f'ft1 Vckci. nnai-oe4 ii ti ie
0 wivke Davie Court liveiv ? -Mr.
J. R Silliman," one of our popular
rtttftietoVA and" Miss Bet tie Aiowerv
arried yesterday dvehing, at the
ulew pf the bride's parents. Revs.
fMutRnmpleoflieiatinsr. Thcv left
lliic evening train ftr"Rlieh'mou'd.
. ? ieavif from parties who were there
liaiisoai deliVpiOfl ji xtnnnini' nd-
Aibrauarle oa Taesdaw Our
hair stand on
Cllivj.x counties were well rcprcsciKed,
i . i i ? i . l n a a --A i i
isth'it of Reall&CoV Vmoking. to'aacco as lu,olJsnca Iur iwcmy-inrce wocks,
a fa we visited the (..Si J until a new press and material could b;
with only two or throe employees.! They
were turning out only a small quantity of
tobaceo,',but that good.' We-visited it
again a few days ago ar.d A.undl twelve
hand.-', as constant employees, all busily
engaged in some part of thc work of ire
paring the tobacco for market and ship
iruut. We were informtd that thcv had
regular customers ia twenty-three states, j
and that" L f hev had manufactured audi
On the 10.li of January, 1SGS, the
Watchman (as an experiment thought
advisable at ihe time) was consolidated
with the "Old North State, ' and was run
under the name of ''Watchman and Old
North State' Thc ''Old North State "
was a weely paper started here in iSG.l,
b; the late Hon. Lewis Hanes'. This
arrangement confined only one year,
a 1 when bv an agreement with Mr. Hanes
sold in the first half of this month as
much -tobacco as in the - entire first six
months of their oporatums.
This shows what can le done; had this
company placed afriaferior article on the
marketfhey would have gone to the wall
but instead of that they manufacture a
superior article an I the. natural' conse
quence is a wonderful increase in bu-i-u
ess and no telling --herc it will stop.
Thcv are making six brands three of
their own, tv. o proprietary brands for
Texas"de;ilcrs and ofte for a Baltimore
Vw people fbviactual cduatW
"Wt. John, S. Ilrnilprson will sid.lross
;'a3taasiiip'(. Mrsj- Kriders in -the
f aud at Files Schiol I louse'in J
t;t3wiiship on the same night. He
mo addre-ss the citizens at Mt ' er-
NQVSth in the dav time and at
lujiteiocke township the same
;.Make a note of ilik-
p9R ICFonst; a brother of J. IL
QfthiAcity, who tkught adiyA at1
mntij . C., a fciv" years ago? was
rcd in Texas last; weak, ami the
.Wale ledger say's: 1 ' Prof. Ml
and Miss Sue Noble were I married
nv Kemp. J Mr. Foust is a
Philadelphia, Oct. 1 ".
Mr. J'Muor:-Oi last Saturday night
the Democrats .paraded the streets of
this city. Th"ie were :)4,220, anl not a
single negro did I see, except those who
were acting as coachmen or in some
similar capacity. ; Quito different was
this from the Republican parade of two
weeks previous, rlln that, as stated in
my lasty white and black" participated.
Tnis Democratic: parade consisted of two
divisions, a North and a South. The
former marched down Broad street v
thence back-5 the latter up and back,
each sceininirto vie in the -.display ol
in respect to the business of the olliee,
the Watchman retired, leaving the en-
j tire field to Mr. Hanes, who, ia Jan. Fo),
changed the name and re-established the
"Old North State." Mr. Hanes contin
ued to publish his tape; in the Watch
man office until the loth Sept., 1871,
(one year and nine months) and then
sold out his interest, J, J. Brunei- becom
ing the purchaser, who immediately re
established his old paper, the Watchman,
and has continued it without a break to
thc present day.
Before the war the Watchman was a
A whig paper, and remained so until Lin
coln's proclamation came out, calling on
the State for troop? to coeeee tlie se-
cedlij: States. It was then devoted to
th i Confederate cause and zealously sup
ported it during thc war. After the war
it most naturally took-sides with the
conservative party, Which embraced both
old Vhigs aj I old Democrsts, and which,
transparencies iad the production of
various kinds! ofT music. Most of the
transparencies indicated the .popularity
of ' Cleveland's administration and his
personal views on the tariff question.
They were such as, "We Want a Pro
tective, not an Oppressive Tariff'," "Re
duce the Suplus. Revise the Tarifr,"&c,
One showed a workingtnan bowed down
with taxes, representing "Protected
Lalor." Tlie nexf the rotund figure of a
capitalist, representing "Protected Mo
nopoly.'1 Never, in all the history of i
this country', has a picture so faithfully Individuals and parties, and had to sus
represented the rea-Pconditiou of affairs.
10 prove this, one need only wituess the
m.igniticent style, of the manufacturer
and then watch the employees as they
wend their way through back alleys to
their hovels of want and poverty. This
js direct; but indirectly it reache : every
consumer North and South. Another
transparency, "The War is Ended: no
"Imaii latn nr Vtn fT, - xvi- I North. uo.South,". pleas4 my eye, and.
ilh.V . . . . . ias J :
!m F vr,"uqiU "1 Tr w -.thgootl people of Pennsylvania.
, oflr ehoolr and id wieM the y " : i C. W; ConimiE
y-of.ihe country, as editor of her
;ra'ul,hewy little paper, tht; Times.
4!y )s a - drtghter vT ' Cncle Al c
1 whom -our people are well
n " 1 She is " oHvcmn's pret-?.-nil
;?0Rf itelli-ent -young ladies.
'.. 1--U tllfitn .1 ...... tT.L-.r: 1 l
.... atuunr inrou g!i life j ru
Appointments of Hon. John S. -Healer
son for this County.
Mrs. Krider's, j
File's School House,
- Mt. V em in,
after a while, d.;;3 1 thu name " Con
servative" an I adjpted ''Democratic"
as leing more expressive of the political
character of those; ranging under it.
Nearly all H13 white people bf the South,
without regard to old party nanus be
fore tn war, unit.nl iu. forming the Dem
ocratic party af.er the war, and this ja
per had no other, home to go to.
Tl2 jtipcr .has .boen self-sustaining.
It has had no bthcr reliance than the-pat-ror.age
of the public, aud it has been con
stantly devoted to wliat its editor be
lieved to be the best interest of the peo
ple. It has doubtless erred at times in
iudirmeiit. Certainly it has offended
Tin.' mails in ami aruund Sdisliury are now
in splendid c:;i.li titv.i. How loiig will tliey
t!t us renin i a ?-r- Walch win. Wth, tux.
Editor Watchman: I will try to answer
your question : They will remain good
until the next soaking rain; then; in .the
course of ten days, if there is 110 rain in
the meantime, they will get good again.
By the by, how much more; profitable
it would be to the people of Salisbury to
McAdamize the roads leading into the
town than to McAdamize her. streets,
badly as they need it! At any rate, it
wouid be better to spend a few thousand
dollars in filling holes and improving
bad stretches in these roads than to spend
this money in ornamenting by compar
ison the good old town better for the
town. Would not money thus invested
pay a handsome per cent, tin . concentra
ting the trade of the county on Salisbury,
and might it not bring iu a respectable
amount of trade from the outside? And
wouldn't it be a great blessing to every
man, woman and child in the county if
tins county would take hold of this road-improvenu-nt
matter and commencing
oy nine ana eouiiuui ng oy luiie, perma
nently improve every public road in the!
county. 1 he amount ot tune and money
that would thereby be saved to our peo
ple can hardly be overestimated. Be
sides all this, there is a moral, side to
this question ; but this will keep until
after the election. RAtL-sp;.iTTKK.
Political News from Various Conntier.
Mr. (Jeorge W. Means, deputy foi the
State at large, arrived iu the city yester
day from Statcsville. Mr. Means has
traveled extensively through the west
ern counties of the State during the past
few weeks, and as he is known to be a
keen observer of things atid a close cal
culator, a Chronicle reporter last ni;4;ht!
endeavored to draw him oat on politics,
lie says that the outlook for the Democ
racy is bright. Cleveland county, ac
cording to his estimate will go Domocrat
ie by a majority ranging between 1,G00
and 2,000. Cabarrus will give Cleveland
5J(K)mijority. The Democratic majority
in SlanTy"'wi!l be between 4"0 ami f00.
Rutherford, which has heietofore been
a Republican county, will this year give
a Democratic majority, i Polk county
will give a Republican majority of be
tween 2o and "0. Iredell will give a
largely increased Democratic majority.
These figures are the cool calculations ot
a man who is well posted;
Salism'KY, Oct. J.'5, 18SS.
)carSir: It has been currently re
ported that 1 am a candidate for the
Legislature, and I desire to say to my
friends that such a reivort is without
foundation. I am not a candidate for
any office, and never have been. I ex
pect to vote the straight .Democratic
ticket, and I ask my friends to do the
W. R. Kl!li!vK.
To tiin voters of Jloiran County:
I hereby respectfully announce to the
voters of the county of Rowan that I am
not a 'candidate for the olliee of Sheriff
or any other office within the gift of the
people at the ensuing election. I am
and always have been a Democrat anil
I urge all of my friends to support the
regular nominees of the. party,.
Oct. loth 1888.
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y to Bye
4 AND 4
m Warranted to toItr more rood than ...),-
WUS MCHMSOMS C04 Burlington. t.
Ff Gilding or Bromlng Fancy Article, USE
Gold, SUyer, Bron-e, Coer. Only 10 Cent-,
P.R TH0PHS0H'& COV .
Sash, Do.orsBlindsAirii 1 " "
x'-yti'. tl ;'-;' -' V-.-" i ''"
Scroll Sawing, Wood Turning, '
AND CASTINGS OF ALL KINDS-
DEALERS IX - '
Steam Engines and BoilereSteainand .-
: . '' Water KpeV.ly':
Steam Fittings, Sh a ft ing, Pulley; Hangers. -4
Machinery of all kinds repaired on
SHOUT KOTBJE. .;,.
Mar. 15, '88. - lj
FAIL NOT TO CALL AT
And Grand Opening of the
tain! loss by it. But these were never of
disturbing important, but passed as a
trifling ripple on the current of its on
ward 'way. It has had not less than fifty
competitors since its commencement, and
some of them very ably conducted a few
deliberately designed to supplant it. Its
proprietor profoundly sensible of thc
favor by which It has been sustained
under every trial, and feels an increasing
weight of obligation to make the paper
acceptable to those who have stood by it
through all the changes and vicissitudes
of the past.:
the?most -tempting display of
AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Ever offered in this market.
My line of suite at iOO, 7.50, 10.00, 12.50, 15.00 and ?20.(X
eajfsT BE EQUzLEcEcED
Tremendous stock of
Overcoats of every Style and Quality :
Vt Prices to fssu.it everyone.
My stock of Hats, Umbrellas, Trunks and Valices is now
complete. The most gorgeous line of Men's and Hovs'
Sh -es ever opened here! at 1.25, 1 1.50, 2.(H) & $2.iA)
The celebrated Douglas Shoe at $3. -Winter
HEAVY BOOTS AT COST!
15 i .-iiir.vari l giv.? in" a call.
M. S. BROWN.
JH0. A. B3YDEN.
m. c. aun?ir
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FULL STOCK
WHEAT AND OATS
Recorder Trotter, colored, of the Dis-
7 " i trict of Columbia, savs that fifteen papers
i i ''. , edited by colored mea are supporting
4.c;u vuurcuj. iiig!ii.-3rcicvclaua.
Mk. Owe. H. Hishop ( pupil of Or. JUr.v,
Professor of iiusic at Berlin j rirsity, and
Monsieur lieiiezit of Paris) has- come from
Knglauil and Pit tied close to alisbun , and is
prepared to time, regulate and rcpsiir Piano
forte?, Organs and Pipe Organs. Having had
fifteen years' practical experience in England,
Ladies ami gentlemen, who wish tl(eir musical
instruments carefully aud regularly attended
to. may rHy u;on having thorough and con
scientious work done if they will kindly favor
O.-II. Ii. with their es-teemed patronage. Liv
ing near town, no traveling expenses will le
incurred, and therefore the terms will Le low;
viz: 2.50 per pianoforte, if tuned occasional
ly, or ! for three tunings in oncfVar. Please
apply for further particulars by postal card of
note left at this office. . . j
X. B. Schumann ears:" Mt is the falsest
economy to allow any piauoforte to remain cc-
is none hotter made than those ire offer.
Our motto Low Prices axu Easy Termf.
tfWe are p spared to pay. HIGHEST CASH TRICES for COTTON, COTTON SEED, and
'it- 1J -
Fine lot of Seed Wheat which we will sell at reasonable prices
We have bought the celebrated
For Cotton and Corn. Call nnd ec;it. " " ' v '
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