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SALISBURY, N. C. THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1891.
QL. XXIlH-THIRD SERIES.
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fcr infants and Children
'CMtorlsls so n a?tl to children that
t recommend it as superior to any prescription
WQfftttom." H. A. Aacaca, 21. D.,
1U o. Oxford Ct, Li-ooklTa, Y.
Itsfiimin-'"" " . "Vt.Trki"ea it. f ew are mo
viibiu easy reach
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Cantorla ctrres Colic, Constipation.
our fetoniach, Diarrhoea. Eruotation, .
Kalis Vv oniw, gives sleep, and yrymotca 61.
Without injurious medication. .
' For soTrtal jvars I hare recommended
your' Castoria, ' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
i Eniris F. ardzi. M.
"The Winthrop," lth Street and Tth ATd.,
Tew Yor k City.
lit.' Pastor pwUsdoto IWonn
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TBB CWTAUK COMPAWT, 77 MCERAT STRKKT, NBW YOWt.
THE Git EAT F ESTIVA 1
A JInsic Event Hitherto Unap
prpachttl in Hie Stntc-A Cri
; tiquc by Prof. Neavej
One tiling is settled to entire the sat
isfaction of all ur people and our visit
ors and 'that is, that North Carolina nev
er before knew such a musical fcvent as
Hint now in progress in Charlotte.
EdruStruus,who was in the country
last fall would himself have been wed
' entertained in the Atianoite auuilwi-
iuniMitst nigl:tr There U but one ex
nnnKimi F (unnion. and that- if. ihat
tlie festival is eveii better tljan had
been ! nticiDated by its mosti ardint
entbusinsts. Good musical critics say
that the festival this year is a tuindred
per ctnt. better than Use one last Ju--ie.
The Concerts have leeu attended by
fhe mit crowds and . t'ne auditorium
has'been pretty Well txt d. The chorus
is a splendid one, the orchestra per
fectly magnificent, and the soloits ex
ceptionally line. One of the roost en
thufeiasticallv applauded numbers last
nighf, was the vudin solo, by.flir. r nz
TO CALL AT
3, W. BOSTIAM'S
Ana sec his NEW STOCK of
f Consisting cf
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j .We makd a spociarty
i y- -v rn rrv rt
(Ill LI J X. J.tJ A K'
.MILIXXi:UV h n )'.v
Miss Al(h'rs')i), ol ialtiinprc.
and (ixamine Iht j-tock.
in UMBRELLAS. PARASOLS
op .i un ler th:) in. mug' ) nip nt of
Van arc earnestly invited tocall
Gaul!, and the rendition of
v;;s a rbuger. . I
Not the least inUrested person m
the audience last uiht, was Prof . W.
H. Neave, of Salisbury, a nieal m-sh-.u:tor
of much more than local note.
In an interview with the News to-day,
he said: '
i attended the concert yesterday
afiernM)U expect ing to hear good, but
not first-class, orchestral mc, con
ducted in th ostentations style of self
display now so prta'ent among music
directors; but happily, these jauruiises
were very greatly and most agreeably
at fault. The Jrchestra is a Congruous
combination f individual artists of
genuine coinage. Ti e v a v absolutely
none to compare with it in this county,
outsids of New Vrk City,! Boston,
Chici-goand Ciucinn ti. Juiinicktd is
certain iv a model coudwetor, and such
are ra ecv,--ii-(hiys. lie gives ampie
evidence ol being thoroughly conver
sant w.th his work and puts head and
heart wholly into its preforinance with
racefu!, undemonstrative earn, stnevs,
thus-exhibiting his own merit in i.ugu
the par tfficieney of his orchestra.
The opening overture. 'Oueron,'" all
the other- number on the programme
;IS V,4v:s ii-ver pr sen-ted in m re cor
rectly, arti-tically atid ddectaldv any
where in the musical woidd, and rarely
The' same, cji coursj?, is true
itie. We can admire the very old
artist, who eauses some to regard the
shakiuess of his voice s evidence of
his ripe superiority; .but when youth
begins to imitate the vocal palsies of
old age, it is time to raise a warning
protest. Charlotte News.
Corres; ondencc of tlie Watchman.
Mr. Editlr: If yen will allow me
space in your valuable paper, I will
write a few lines on the Alliance.
I can say that some of our members
have withdrawn their names from the
Alliance because they did not get forty
acres of Hnd ami an old white mine
within three months5.' It would be
better if we never would have such
men in the Alliaiicv. Eyery thing
must have time. .r-.
A man cannot be a ""good Alliance
man without he reads his Alliance pa
per. A man cannwt be a good church
man without he reads his church pa
If there are any of the Alliancemen
who are not taking t his valuable paper,
I hope and trust that they will send iu
their subscritxion at once for the
Our Alliance is composed of the best
men in our community. W e are i
unit on all the demands of theAili
ance and will be found iu the thickest
of the tight for the principles that the
Alliance is striving to accomplish.
Let me say right Iter that I - for one,
am proud f what tin Alliance has al
ready done, and Tet us be encouraged
to press on wjth energy for the right.
I believe the day is not far distant
when every class of men will rise up
and call us blessed.
With all this let us he prudent and
act wisely in a'l things. '"Look
well before we le ip.M
Wishing you, the Watchman and
the brot herhood much success. P.
f For the Watchman.
-A Few Remarks on Priuciple.
By rrot. Owen U. Bishop.
"Every human being may be con
sidered i a the light of a complicated
machine capable of executing t he most
delicate species of work as well as the
most uncouth kinds rtquisite to main
tain the world in a wholesome condi
tion. It is well understood that' no
machine can perform any work what-.
ever until and unless it be in combina
tion with some motive power; in other
words, we liken tlie human body to the
machine and the soul to the motive
power. Now, in treating of principle,
we take no account of the machine
(the body), that is perfect, but we deal
with the motive power the life, mind,
soul or will.,. Again, every machine
requires the application of a specific
force to insure its. proper action arid
exhibit its highest capnbilities. Arti
ficial forces may sometimes take the
place of specific ones, for we might at
tach horses to the locomotive instead
f applying steam, utilize the wind for
our ocean steamship, harness men to
wagons and so fourth, but in every
casi. the machine is abused, the power
perverted, and the whole thing a dis
appointment. The railroad eagine
and the ocean vessel are designed for
steam power, wagons for horses, and
no substitute force can possibly be
satisfactory. So it is with regard to
the human body; it is designed and
created to be governed in all its actions
by special motives which alone can
develop its highest qualities and force
it to attain its greatest perfection.
What hies motives snouiu be are
Piedmont Alliance Fair Premium List Continued.
Department C Orchard Products.
1 Best exhibit green fippls, not less than half bushel,
fruit trees, !
apple brandy, npt less than on quart,
crn whisky, i '
grape wiae, , "
any other variety1
nnnlp riflpi !4i
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display of vim?s and. ciders, not less than fit gallons,
exhibit dried apples, i
blackberries, . .
collection of greenhouse plants not less that 25 varieties,
" dahlias, not less than 20 varieties, v
" , hardy perrennials not less than 20 varieties.
" joes, perennials
" geraniums, '
. " wild flowers, " ,
largest display of wild flowers,
display of evergreens,
collection of fern.
hardy flowering shrttbs, not less than 20 varieties 1-00
rustic flower stand with growing plants, ; ' .50
hanging basket with growing plants, ' - -- 50
floral wreath amateur) ' i '
basket of choice and tastefullv arranged flowers l .50
largest boque of choice flowers,, 50
disnlav of cut flowers. . .50
" collection tastefully arranged and correctly named forest leaves .50 -". J27
14 display of native wild grasses, in vase or hanging basket, .50 ! .25
pair uuuqueis iu uyeu nauve grassws, iiuu teas fcttuu v iai tfiifn,
1st. ' 2r.
$ .50S .25
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1.00 ' .50
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.50 . .25
ade known to us in various ways and 40 For the largest and best display of growing: ornamental shade
ill :t 11 V
Iliiby Carriages S7. 50
I'aby Carriages 7 5'
Baby ' Carriages ;:S7. 50
-TJaov Carriages 87.50
v. m mmmm
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Parlor Suits 835.00
Parlor Suits $35.00
Parlor Suits $35.00
Parlor Snits "$35.00
e o i lat
of the orchestral '
programme; but it grand vain.- ami
oower was miuiu'sted last night in
another phase namely in its support
of. the choruses. 1 lie
c imposed of many small, separate
choruses from 'many distant towns in
this State, wi:h neccessarily very little
enssfmble drill, con Id not, in the nature
of things, have avoided rhythmical
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lactation. lint this tine orchestra
held them toget her so that 'chorus was
lanimatcd by one spirit, and hence, sang
most effectively and with a vim thai
I mrmV the larccst purchase of BABY CAtUJIAOES this season that 1 have made
since I h ive been iu hiUness. Bought over 7 Carriages at a single purehas. I
.cnX VVhucl- af 7-50- 1,1(1 you
. ever see any of those CO " ','"
- rir -hit nnnnT-oTmn n A T)T)T A PlW
v i- I-. i n i i t' r i i i 1 i p. , Vt l i r 1 1 1 1 1 1 rvi iju
Of mine? Think of it! Silk plush at S12.00. I have ")?:?Z
this-eason Thev are heautitul styles m uauan uinmnw, i.mu i....-.,,,
fr 'rora lo(M) f" 00. The P.AMBOO is something new also, and is having a
J T . 1 1 ! :"... ,.f:,U V.h- st vies, and I iruarantec to sell you
UllC ru.ll.i l can ;im n j - y-""-. -... .i.'. .i.. s.r .u,.
Carriages from 15to X) per cent. ies inuu an, uaa, v- " , .
? PARLOR SUITS.
I have an endless variety of Tailor' Suits, to suit all tastes andcyerybody's
nn-ket -I can sell von anvthing-from the Woo! Plush Suit of Operas, m Valimt
-trame'for oulv SttYlK). to the handsome Silk J.nask Suit of o pieces for 2 .00.
Tins is a Suft' thM retails hi New York City for $325.00. My stock i8 more than
- complete iu every respect.
' PIANOS AND ORGANS
of the finest, most reliable makes, sold at lowest prices, for cash or on easy pay
ineuts. Write foi my new Catalogue. .
E. M. ANDREWS;
14 ainl-in WVsl.Trade St.
3 ff h'S
was swul-stirjrijg-and intensely delight
fid. Director Jung nickel hi some recall
vacal Solos proved himself an accom
pmist, on piano, of tine taste, good
judgmei.t and direction, whch proves
him a virauoso in: that line; the same
may also b". saiil of Director McLean.
God soloists are numereus, ut trul.v
food accompanists are very rare.
And now as to .the vocal soloists,
engaged at, presumably, much expense,
from distant eiti- s It h appropriate to
remark that they are paid, indirectly.
by the music loving people: the people
h'.ivo -i virht tbfr.'fnre. us a ilirv. to
judge ot the merit, mediocrity or de-
merit ot the musical renditions iney
pay for, by applause, silence or signs
of dislike. The Americans are the only
people who strain politeness, ami so
refrain from showing palpable signs
of dislike; hisses, groans &c, are used
freely in every other country, in return
for the painful inflictions on their feel-
inns by' paid incompetents.. Ui tne
u..i I vocal soloists, oulv two, last night,
tully pleased me namely, juiss v ecu
and Mr. Berneke.
Miss Button is evidently the posses
sor of a fine vc i e and an 'expressive
musical nature: why then should she
aflNct a "teir in her voice" by a' -con-
tin i )tis vibrato or trenudo? It is a
failinu that called for marked censure
by the press that assuredly deserved,
t. it infections 111-
Perfect Align- flaence 01, young vocalists It was
Corresponoence of the Watchman.
Jack frost visited us again last week
and did considerable damage to fruit
Moravian Falls had quite a novelty a
lew dys ago. Two tame 1 ears passed
through the place. It was quite a
novel sight for the young folks to so
them dance their jigs and climb trees.
Thev went to Wiikesboro from here.
Our village is growing; there are
several new buildings in course of
The school will close here on the
22 I inst. Uev.W A-Pd is to preach
the sermon and J. Spaiuhour will de
liver the address. The young people
will have an'entertaiument at night.
We anticipate a pleasant time.
There is talk of having a picnic on
Saturday, but the place has not been
I stated m a previous letter that
Prof. It. L. Patton had quit the school principles
room and would devote his entire time
to preaching, but rumor has it that he
will teach here again this fall. I know
we cannot find a mare suitable man
for the place.
Prof lleudren is speaking of geing
Wllkesborough had an extensive fire
a few days nro. It is estimated that
come to our understanding bv
much while practicability exerts a
compulsory force. The great powers
thin controlling the human body are
termed our "principles,1' and every
word and de-d of ours niut bipiompted
by some, principle r other, either good
r bad: good if prompted by author
ized, and bad if prompted by unauthor
ized motives. The motives brand us
as principled or unprincipled persons.
It is impossible for the human family
to prosper without a preponderanceof
good. principles, and all sound educa
tion throughout the world and in all
ages has based its highest value upon
the iuculcatioi of high principles and
the results thereof. What kiad of
buildings would we have if each
builder used a measure of his own
choice if one's yard stick contained
thirty inches, another's twenty-four
arid another's' twenty-one? If ouf
person's pound weighed thirteen ounces, 1
another s ten ami another s nve. now 90
could there be any cooperation in work 23
or business, any success, any progress? 24
The hum. in race is 111 lust such an un
satisfactory and pitiful condition while
there is no stable and settled code of
amongst its members..
When at school we used to write such
copies a "No lie thrives," "Live and
let live," "Honesty is the best policy,"
"Put vourself in his ph.ee," "One good
turn decei ves anoth r ' and "Virtue has
its own reward." W e were taking our
moral physic, being provided with, the 34
proper means for discharging mes iu- 35
tore duties and obligations. It 1
$10,000 worth of property was do- then the duty ane1 should be the aim
A Mr. Brien, of Maryland, is buy
ing hickory timber in this county.
At a special meeting of Oak Ridge
Alliance No. 5G7 held on Iredell county.
of every oiu to be possessed of high
principles, not only high but fixed;
not honest and truthlul to-uay, snaky
to-morrow and fallen next da3'5 there
must be ho surrender, the motives
tried and true must be "nailed to the
mast." Who wishes to have dealings
with persons ot no
1 1- . .... 1 ttirMic'll
TIT n 1001 H, f.Jl ;,iM.,ni . .nn. OrinClDte. WllOSC Uiui.ti mcui.,
in:ijJ.w,uc.r..6M... - . " ..f nil nfr.HH contracts
1 j. uicv llilir aui .u
ltrU' . . . I 11 I, ..K.r. mnrti
Whereas, It has pleased U , to r-- na . ; , " ,
move from us on the ZSth iy ot V'lZ
resolutions' were adopted:
nf 31 vears.our 1 he lnwara ieeuug
Best piece home-made woolen jeans,
cotton yam, home-spun,
home made blanket,
handsome hearth rug,
knit or chrocjieted counterpane,
quilt, machine made,
chrocheted worked quilt,
pair cotton sppks,
" woolen "
u " knit gloves,
suit of clothes, all home-made,
plain sewing, 5 .
calico dress, cut and made by exhibitor,
matting, thread or silk,
knitting in either wool or silk thread,
gold, silver or bead embroidery, -
thread embroidery, - - .
chroclieting4 in either wool or silk thread,
specimen of lace, (
collection of lace,
specimen tatting, - '
lap robe, embroidered,
initial letteis, embroidered,
infant's saqk, kn'.t or chrocheted,
pillow shams, ,
sham work, .
leather work, any design,
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.50 .25 .'
.50 .25 T
.50 .25 .
V 150 . .25
; .50 .25 .
. i;oo .50
' .50 .15
.50 .25 '
.50 ' 45
: .50 .25
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- K.50 .25
V .50 .25
( 1.00 .50
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Charlotte, N. C,
that we are really
,v r v 1 i. mi c 1.- ; i transactions is of far greater value man
tion of an Alwise Providence we bow iong ago iu wu,
A king nay make a oeitca khijjiu,
A marquis, duke and a' that.
But au liouesl man 's utove his might,
A man's a m ui tor a' that.
(U tools their sllka and kn ivos their wine,
Their tinsel s'uow and a' tuat
The honest man, tho' e'er so poor,
la king o' men for a" that.
in humble submission.
Jiesohed 2d, That we desire to bear
our testimony that in the death of
Brether McKuijlit our Alliance has
lost a faithful member, a kind brother
Mini nn efficient officer. That the com-
Certain. rules of life and conduct
1 I ' L 1 tU.t 1,1 ill 1 Ollfl I.
must-ne set uowu tu luc hmh i
Simplo, Durable.. Prints from
rdonr Mct.il Tvn'o.loos'tho work of
a 100 Araeliine
inent. Prints CapitalsSmall Let- first used by Uubun, who m one opera,
y-, , -0 took a fancy to express, on the stage,
tors, Ligures and Character b a sentiment Gf deep emotron by a pe-u-
all. Price com plete, lo
m unity has lost a useful man, a mau
of enercrv and integrity, a man of so- , wi,(M1 ;,, d.)ubt how. to speak
cial disposition and temp -rate hands, u0W to act, just as the physician
that the State has lost . a goou ciuacm, , i..wver c0usult their boolis ana
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Agents and canvassers wanted.
J. ALLBN BROWN, ;A g't for J. N. C.
i W if H a I 14
Is the PlacS to Get Monuments, Tcmhstonas, Lc-
A krsre stock of VERMONT MARBLE to arrive in a few days
.ati.sl;.ttion in every respect and positively v ill not he uiulersou!. .
; .G-ranite Moiunnents
. , X)f all kinds a sj)icialty.
C. B. WEBB,
liar 'trembling, or unsteadiness or
his voice, which doubtless, is
done by this accomplished artist, was
anidet at once appropriate and beauti
ful. But unfortunately, this effcf, be
ing easy to imitate, I12 soii had many
followers, who not being blessed with
his taste and judgment, m ule the prac
tice of it common, and by taking away
its : pprpriate meaning, destr ye 1 its
The fr,t requirement of inusical ex
pression ii clear, articulation intona
tion, full firm, even and jpure tone:
lee'.ing that is infused into such cul
t tied tones. The vocal tremolo is, at
best, "but a simulation of musical feel
ing; but it really achieves on imitation
of the shakey vocal pal.-ey of old age.
All well cultured voeflists j know how
undesirable a trembling voice is, and
so avoid taxing theii vocal! organs be
wh-it. m written there as tlie
tn-ui'u " - . ,
best possilrfe information. Kacn day
if tempted to cheat we should rflet
and decide no, for "honesty is the best
no'icv"-wheu tempted to. lie reflect and
decide no, for "no he thrives. lhu
the po-session of the loftiest principles
may be obtained, and the true, yes, the
only successful educ.ttiwii of mankind
Prom West Iredell.
Correspondence of the Watchman.
v 1-1 -id O-irPtt frost v mornings last
yond their natural o,vers
tv.d il.p rburch-a consistent, devottd
and zealous Christian. 1
Resohed 3d, That we deeply sympa
thize witlrthe family of the deceased
in tlieirsad bereavement, and we with
them would drop a tear to the memory
of our departed brother who bore his
lingering and sore affliction with such
patience and Christian resignation.
Jtesoh-ed 4th That a page in. our
book of records be inscribed to his
ni Muory and that a copy of these resj-
lutions be sent to the tamiiy or tne ue-
ceased. and also that a copy be sent to
The Carolina W atchman tor juibli-
T. N. feTEELE,
1). W. Lowrance, Com.
M. E. Kamsey,
-N'b one doubts that Dr. Rage's Catarrh liemedy
really cures 1 ai arrl), whetht r I he disease bo recei.i
or ox long standing because tlie makers ot ltctlucli
ihelr talUi In It With a f 3o guaraniee, which lsu 1 a
u.erene-.vspaperguaran laamo- : - , Weilther
UiClil J nai moment a nucu juu k1 - ucin " - '-
makers can't cure you. The reason telr talth health of this com 1111111
is this- Dr agi's remedy has proved it sea tn ine ncmin
rh-ht 1 ure toi nlutty-nlue out ot one hundred cases y 0O.
ofcatarrh In the hea.i. and the World's Dispensary , . v ilu ible naner
Mettical Assoclitlou can afford to take the risk ot b.iccess to )Our V.liuauie papci
'New Stirling, Iredell Co., N. C.
test, It the makers are willing to take the HI
so tue rest is easy. You pay your druggist !W cents
an i Hi trial begins. It you're wanting the f.f
oU . ocliiltig U-tU-r-.. 1.1.11!
Ti .1 ..u nnf much d:ima"R
weeK. it niis suuij inv." - j-
was done. Some cotton was killed, but
disnlav of home-made fabricsnd. handiwork in this depart-
nient except the iouowing x ,
oil painting, . . " .
" " 1 fruits and flowers,
u portrait from life, . t
water color, fruits and flowers,
painting ou silk, . . : .
water color landscape scene in N. 0., and from nature,
crayon drawing, , . . ' ,, r-- C
and largest exhibit of crayon drawings,-not less than five by
pencil drawing, . ! -
painting on glass, - ,
specimen pennmanslup. plain
" " ornamental, ...
" l- jtfcrojl work, 1
u pen drawing, ' ' ' . (
Department E- Horses, Mules, Thoroughbreds, dr.
Best stallion over 4 years old, ' "'
" brood mare over 4 years old.
M stallion oyer 2 years and under 4, f -
.. U ii ' ii 11 tt . tt
u mare . M :
" colt under, 2 and over 1 year old, .
" colt 1 year 'old or under,
' .50 .25
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the most of it was in the grouna so it ; 10
was safe. 1 11
Th prospect for wheat and oats is jo
not so favorable now. Spring oats are 13
the woit 1 ever saw.
The fruit trees are shedding a great
DRAUGHTED SADDLE HOfiSES, WITH OR WITHOUT PEDIGREE. -
' . - 3X10
s - 5.00
Best stallion, ;
single harness horse, 7.,.. x
pair match horses (ownel by exhibitor)
r4ii!dmi Cry for Pitcher's rtoria.
J II., ,.i tinrnsM nnnv.
farnrhorse (regardless of age) to show kee& condition, pro
per care and good breaking,
colt two years old or under three, . . v :
one yfear old or under two, -
" under one ye ir old, ;. .
flat font talking horse, - ' f ry
' ' 1 1 . . .t-' i,;k; f mlts rrardless of kmJ. under three
una litrei. caiuuiw " r -
yeur;uld, owned by one peuo.i, y -
to BE COXTISUEp.