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Editor said ?rop.
One year 1 n advance
The Watchman is orpin oftlic AIIU
ance.in the 5tli and 7ili Congressional
V The Wathtimav has 75 per cent in ore
circulation than any paper published in
Enter d n" second-class in. ill at Salisbury, X. C.
. '. TltUKSDAy, 21, 1S92.
Some of tlie aj-jlioi!.; t'nat you hear
stated against . tic- St. Louis platform
.lire.wrt'che.!ly funny, doift you think "i
Burke'Couxxy AlmaS'CE called for
tlift resirnatjo:i of W. E. Ahcrnathy,
county lect'.iier, Ijt.st wee!:. 1 le resigiied
: Col. FAi?.i;;:oTiit.i:. of the Dmliam
fMe, has taken the Keely curc. Jt is
, -for .the cigarette liabit, however; he
The democratic party h.n claimed
nil the time that it was the 4eop!es
party," yet when "peopled part" men
rant to get some .reforms through it
aome of the leaders say "we know you
jnot." .. That is nf.. right, gentiemen.
Col. Prop, Jim Cook says yonr
Uncle George Barn hardt is the oldest
" jtnan in Cabarrus county. lie is 92.
Col. Cook is wroinr. He himself is the
.oldest. ... L ncie luly hiUcy died m
btanly county a year or. : two sgo at tlie
i iT , . i
aire or HU. vve nave nearer nun say
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iv mn riM ikii ii 1,11(1111'! 1 hhiv.mii
pook is'120 at least,
p . ... '4 1VV I
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I APT I li V Ul milWlir, hnn; iind if rvnint TTi n hf i nnf rlnnn
ecklenburgltt the 17th of May con- top the flood some member may run
ferenceJn RaWgh. The-Observer ob- in the Bible or unabridgell dictionary
, i .... as a part of his alleged speech. To
lectsto him bfcauso.he isi a prohibi- nrA;rmantu;aiuB;., i
tionist.,1 We can't setr any cause forery
delegates are not always honest. Capt.
Vail will stay sob,-r; delegates doift al-
i n " . r ", i i
ways do that. taut. ait. is an able
, , . . ..
man? delegates are not always abu
kuapc. an is a moviei twiegaie.
The Charlotte, (Wi-ivr states that
the "democrat -will stand anything ex-
V i, i i "i w
t cept the St. Louis demands. ve
t-- p p-,, :
wouiu like lor so.ue ol mem, rue uo
xeru-r lor. insw-iuce, to i.uorm me pin-.a
lie just. whyThcy (.uin't stand that. We
havent seen any arguments against it.
m. , . ;, , t , ,
Iheyiust state tnat "we cant stand
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" i u n.ivu .in ihiii LUHL io li iOI
the SaillP VPaSon tint ;l f-llild idiinf to
i: : mm " i 1 i I
taking luvui.ciuc iney cry ana kick,
v'butcanVtelfwhv, yet the medicine
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will do good.
DOWN THEY GO. .
id is rnmoreU tint Ucrnshem, & Co.,
of New Orleans, the largest cigarette
and cheroot nn,ln,,;-. "il,a , w,u.
-M..KA.. i. . i .... ii- 1 a
acaii louacco company.
It is said; that This firm.; who are
vastly rich, liave giycn"the American
Tobaeeo Connv.nv li ,i,f ut.
thecotaWWiMihin of ttie American
nlMdnn P.-k.,,. -1, J...I t. 1
uuvm,,,.,,,, a uL-..OT)iy none
me woriv at lasr.
1.w e v w x ,
fow pncfi of brigut tobacco, have our
.Bjiupaiuy, anu no stone will be Jeft
unturned -by us to try to beak-this
.fearfully disastrous confiscation
THE SILVER WILLIAM
T. .... . ' . . , , " '
ine Aiieaiiaw Star is mhi bmt nrur I
. , j - w v i
the cmtIookfjr the thunocratic party
fiitice the silvpr with i
onthehelf. If it helps a rmrtv ftv
rt t ., . r J -v
w reiupe 10 do what it has repeatedly
promised.to do as soon as it could get . It is thought here that Commis
a majority, then this parky has a britrbf sioner Roosevelt, was thn moving
.. We do not jclaim that the free coin-
t m .u ;
oiWer is the great panacea. But
wa? a heginning. We have had
coinage or very nearly that
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lur 21 ii ii mi i ii i ru i iv i.. two "i
j.'""""- xii . iota- sil
ver whs demonetized I
Hided by a few .low down demoutsl
Ever since that it has been in the na- -
X: '..1 l-lJ P. i !: 1
fciunni piaiiorm of the democratic partv.
It kone of the planks in the Ocaia
Alliance platform. .
.;' ' Since 1873 free coinage lias been a
plank in HW'ollowinghState platforms,
v, Arkansas, Cajif6rnia, Colorado, Flor-
ju,,, i.SI, nansas, Massachusetts, 10 save tne State,' these great- satel
IVIichigan, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Wes. went homje to ask. the farmers to
North' Carolina, Ohio. Oregon, South make asseaof themselves. But aeeonl-
aroliua, South Dakota, Tennessee,
Texas, West Virginia and Wvominr
After all tliis thellousiMiivided itself
pqually and again the tax. payers and
yotefs are basely deceived by (he cor
rupting power of Wall street. We
can t see how this act nvill . ,4n unv
.party, ,a Ke ,Ion't !,eSitalo to my so. ' ti'iVW
Our 5t rrrsi.Ient Xaral Kcrie Ap-
- ' . Vft A.
proprialion liroppm? i.npari
ni(fnt Clerks A (Jixant.c
Corrcapoadcnce cf tLe Watciunan.
WAsniNGTON,'April IS. 1S92. The
presidential quwti jii is beciuiiin
very interesting one in the Senate
which contains a number of would be
darkT horses, of both parties. It 1ms
loner been known that a niaioritv o
n-publiqan Senators are opposed to the
nomination of President Harrison by
their party, and that' a majority of the
democratic Senators were in the same
state of mind concerning' the nomina
tion '-Mr. Cleveland hy tin; democrats
liecent events have had a tendMicv to
make it appear probable that Cleve
land and Harrisoit iould again head
their party tickets, and the result has
been a very, marked activity among the
Senators to devise ways and means of
nreveiTtiuir this, and there are ni.-mer-
ous in nis being privately dropped ot
surrtries in store for the pubiic as to
candidates on both sides, but the Sen
ators are wary; thev all wish tobe
soinl witn the man selected as candi
dateJjv their pari v. even if it be Cieve
land and Harrison, consequently the
gre atest secrecy is being observed about
tli lr movements to ueteat tiio3v3 gen
An amendment to the naval annro
priution bill was to-day introduced in
the Senate by Mr. Daniel, of Vrirgiiiia,
nroYiilinir tor an annronriation tF&.-i(M).-
I " r? x I I ' T
000 for the expense of the Interna
tional riaval Iteview in New York
Harbor and Hampton Roads, next
April, and for entertaining such dis-
tinguished foreign guests as may no
t. it : f ii r
cept uie luviLHuuii oi mis goyernmeui
to take part in the review.
The House is fast getting itself into
trouble by not reforming or abolish-
i ti r i'
jny, the ruie which allows a member fb
print in the la-cord anything he pleases
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a pai l u ms spLii, a speecu tuai is
i ittm llr a r All l-w . . . . A. I
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A runilu I lull rv
Uritt has been printed entire, jis well
as a numi)er ot other pamphlets and
departments are in a state that is far
flroM being plea.anf. - It is expected
that many dischaigis will have to be
. , t . PT , . ,, - Al
menu oil uie imui jiih ui uu oi me
ullieos, on account of the curtailmenl
or appropriations, ami -it is expectei
mat the record ot "laithtulness an
efficiency," which president Harrison
n,as recommended all ot the heads of
the departments to keep, and which is
k V, f , . .,, ,
being kept in most of tlmm, wi de--
Viti w ho shall go. This is seeminHy
iauarrangemenr, but m reihty it is
j"st the reverse, as the system o"f rec-
adopted makes the chief of each
division an autocrat, who may at
,1.,.,,,. i.n . , a , J
pleasure late-a cleric up or down, re-
irjiril fit his: ur w.r i-.mnk- V..;
H p lifp nf : frU'flrnmnnf .lr..l.-
of' eVw-f Imm... ...-.,1 i.: ..t.. 1 i
ouyi u '"-,,iia oiiipa-aiieiy nign
ffl'j 5?t ",a o,!0- S" much
"kicking is beinir done that Si-ftrntarv
Foster ht.s held several consultations
With tllP llP!ll If tlDnitl ll v nl. l.C...
with ,1 viW tn .ilM..f;..r' .
I ------ . ..uui.mit c UHJ1C sail.--
-::A" sorts ot ic,eas are "presented in
(,ne or tt?iner jnape to Uongres, ; but
I." i. i i t :
" " TWU,.J which Jias oeen made to
solving ot the labor broblem. bv W
Howard, of Penn?vl vani i. is abnnt
t!.!e. most"wnique yet presented. It is
waimwl'that it has bnen fully or nar-
i X,r iT ..Vi S. 6' 'i?"1'
It l li '- i r . . v'"l
ii. uainl, bamuel tiompers, nresi-
ueni or tne federation o ,r nmr
f -v . . . . . . '
congress, jusr. as a unit ot measurement
of land, a unit of weight for products
;K1.1 a ll,llt t value tor money has been
m:1e- proposes that the 'wage unit
l,e pounds of good flour, or
,ts ccpiivalent, and that all work shall
F. in nn' AU that is 5,ed
Vftliw congress is an appropriation of
?l.0()0 frr flip nu)di..it .. :
w .wi mi j ii iy i iiiti. ivjh vji ii circiv
hir setting fortli in detail the plan,
Representative Duniran. of Ohio
e" "" the committee to
myesugiiie uie subject and report
spirit in getting the resolution, pro-
T 7- mTe,gJU1n ot tne al-
leged violations of the Civil Servirp
laws by Federal officials in Lltimore
hst year, introduced in the House, al-
,I,,,U!3 " was ; ostensibly a democratic
The Charlotte Observer was greatlv
- . l i ' b
;RClrbed because Livings o:i and
Aloses leffc their work in Washington
to go home "to' save their State,' and
because some of ouralleged represen-
tatives in Washington do not come to
Th"e truth is, instead of going home
in to a Georgia exchange hero is the
way they are succeeding:
''Livingston -went bofjre "the county. Alli
nnce at (.'oim-rs, Rockdale emmtv, Saturday
l:i?t, and j.leud.with tc.irs which he can ?heil
on any occasion-that thej- should not pass
resolutions ond(iri5inT w r j.....
iin x . JJUU, onieretice.
no Mas not interrupted; nobutly made a reply.
i r:.5.11-1--'---" they voti;
. ."""'u. Javu.toLo took uu i...t
Ai j lutu tiiio ivjjio iiuc turn iuur
PUT THIS IN YOUR PIPE
ets and Sharp, Pilliy Sjiyingrs
from Kcfbrm Papers.
So long as worKinginen vole tor the
causes vl tnevns rn'V sillier so losiir
will Hihv enjoy the luxury of having
evils to complain of. L tbor Journal.
nil ! i
lr I lie won p have ror. as nine i
sense as the honey bees they will drive
the drones from the hives and let the
producers enjoy the fruits of their toil.
The senate coinage committee has
made an adverse report on the free
coinage bill, Carlisle, the democratic
le uler, being one of the democrats who
voted against it
lh Omaha JiepnLlican is talking
again for more money. But the peo
ple have little use for the man or news
paper that talks for one thing ami
votes lor another.
Contemplate Christian rulers at ta-
1.1... C I 11 11 it I 1 ! 1-1
uies oi luxury tuning on pi ares or soiui
gold while millions of their Christian
brothers are dvinir of hunger. Tlv n
read your Bibles. Lecumseh Rebuilt--
Government money, irovernment
railroads and telegraphs and i-ovei n-
ment lands t hese are -t he di-m .U of
the people, and "by "the intern d ' lliev
are going to have them. Iowa Trib
une. Money is redeemed bv individuals
every time it is used to pav a debt, or
as a medium of exchange of materia!
wealth. It is redeemed by the people
or government every time it is received
for dues on taxes.
The man who is deeply in debt, and
will vote to double those debts on him
himself. is doint? a straiie-H net. P.ut
there are thousands who are soma to
do itr unless they can-be induced to
It m ...
open ineir eyes, and cull a halt. The
As we have said all alohf. the
strength of the third party will dopend
largely upon the democrats themsdps
If we submit to the control of the eas-
ern plutocracy, the third nartv will bp
made a" power in the laud. Atlanta
The people's champion, T. Y. Pow-
derly, while always Cuiet and unassum
ing, snows Ins power when needed.
le Has just forced the governor- of
Vnnsylvania to investigate tho rail
road combine in the Keystone state.
Whenever it is fully known that
this is a tight as to which shall rule
his country dollars or freeman it
ought to be settled on short n -lice.
but the time many will be linding
this out will be a long, tluig.-rou-suspense.
Suicides, failures, defalcations and
miscellaneous crimes, monopolize tlx
space in the. big city dailies, precept
just enough room to villi fy and mis
rep resent any movement made bv or
ganized labor to change this roudi
tion of affairs.- Missouri World.
By a b!d stand, in suppor t of prin
cij)les, we will show a confideiH-e in
our strength ami the justice of our
cause, that, will draw men to us and
.add to the strength we have an hun
dred fold, and we will win a n -aceful
and glorious victory. Union Banner.
So long as the seventy-cent silver
dollar buys as much bread and pays as
much debt as a one hundrfd-eent fold
dollar, the gold bugs may howl their
neaia ion. Put they cannot make the
workingmen or farmers believe that
the gold dollar is anv better than the
silver dollar. Pittsburg Kansan.
The Standard Oil Company recently
advanced the price of co d oil in T...
peka 2 cents per gallon. Their agent
here says thev sell about 10.000
Ions per day, so that by a simple turn
or me wrist the people ot this city in
made to pav $250 a day more than be
fore for light. Alliance Tribune.
What a grand platform we have got
the best, ever promulgated in Am7r-
iea. Read it carefully, oaste if,;,, Vnm.
memorandum book and carry it alou'"-
witn you it is a good diet for t bp-
hungry." Now orgiuiz" people's clubs
in every township and school district.
Don't lose any more time nn'Mnivn -.,t
once and begin the fight plutocracy's
torces must be downed this year
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" crn,iif u niui.
Not one-half of the neonle in tb0
United States who exereisp flip rirbt
of suffrage think for themselves. They
are owned by the party and controlled
by the politicians. Just ns long as
this state of affaires exist all n ne;f uinc
of public policy will be decided in favor
or capital, now loolishly people act
who intrust their rights and inf..rt
to the tender mercies of the selfish and
artful politicians. Vienna Journal.
The whole tariff system IS n. framl
and a cheat jOii the common people.
Being a tax on the consumption, the
por people pay the bulk of the tax.
The only just taxation is levied on the
weaitn tne people possess, not on what
,ney consume. A poor man with a
arge family, who does not own one
nindred dollars' worth of nronertv will
pay as much tax to run this govern
ment as Jay Gould, who is worth his
million's. Vienna Journal.
The next president of the IT n ifvl
States will be named .It Omaha. Tl.;.
statement will be pronounced Km..
coniDe by, the press ot both of the old I
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parties, nut it will be fouml to be cor
rect. The discontent, of tl e inriit..;.,i
classes is wide-spread and their upris
ing is almost uiKversal. The color
line will be wired out in Him n..b
and the people's ticket will sweep this
countxy like a cyclone. Them i n
power upon the face of the earth that
can resist the -forces now concentrating
ii 1 ins -mnu movement of the people
County CiTicers Again.
I Editor: T f.iv in your ivne oflsi
I Metk,:u' ariu-le in reply to what I had to
p'".T WHMIV IJfciU'tS ?. X Mill HIS!
answer y .ur t oric-pono'ent's questions.
AI you n uernocrnir have vou
! " 1 ':iy Ivi-iymr? hav you been i.iynl ti.
i am ami always liave tieen. LM, "Have
you ever envied theoHico that .Mr. Wood
son now ho.I?" I havp never .bought
of ollciing f.r it. Hut at the same time
if .Mr. Vtiodso!i.fee.Li like making a trade
with mo, viz: the'olfiee lor the plow han
dles, I am willing. 3d, "Arc you ail in
telligcnt man?" I think that 1 am.
I do not know that Mr. Woodson is am
more in the hearts of the people of Uowaii
than .Mr. McCubbins or Mr. Atwell oi
anyjuher ofiieer who performs the duticf
required by law. I do not say that tin
men I suggest imI would make better olli
eers l ha a Jir. Woodson, but I do io!
think lie fill's it any belter than either o.
lliem eou'd with a little p rata ice.
Your correspondent asked it it would
he right to take. Mr. Woodson's oHiee
!'rom him simply becausu he held it f i
eighteen year . Yes; but I did not know
i'eforo tliat I ho olliee belonged to Mr.
Woodson, l!i..rlrih it looks very mueh
that way. I thought that when the
present term expired the first Monday
in December the people would have a
right to say who should Mil it. It would
not be takimr anything from Mr. Wood-
n; it is only giving others a chance id
the 'leople'j; mone
Mr. Kcnerly sa
it ciniiot besaidtiiat the men I iraand
are and have be.cn deine.crats, 1 hae
liave interviewed C. A (.Jutly and S. A
Ivir ili.ird.t and - 1 1 1 authorize me to sa;.
that any man who says that they have
not been ! rue di nux-i -ats tells a falsehood.
I have not had an opportuuily to see the
He savs that I am opnosed to eoneen.
trated wealth. I am tetotally. lie says
you need not tear that the register's of
fice will make a millionaire out of Mr.
Woodson. That is not the object ot the
office; but -three thousand a ve.ar for
eighteen years, speculating in mort
gaged lands, gels up there pretty well.
I do say it is not democratic, fie nsked-
"Are there no exceptions?" There are
exceptions; hut is it democratic for two
officers who have been ko lonir fivnrprl in
ask for an exception solely for their"Ten-
mr iiash't Mr. Woodson always been
a denoera:V?J I would ask if Walton.
Wagoner and Iloraii were not democrats
until they failed to get the nomination.
lie :i.-k it I snpoese Mr. Woodson would
i ua indenendeiit if he should fail to o-r
I he nomination. Judging the future b v
i ne past i would say yes.
-Now 1 want to sugge.-t some men for
treasure: : I). A. At well. 1 A S!.m.
F. li. .Marsh and d. llendly.
J. II. MelvENZIE.
SwtiCi !redell Notes.
Crore';pon(lenre or tL.e Watchnian.
The fanners have l)een busy for iho
last week in planting corn. Not much is
oemg oone :or a cotton crop.
-lr. II I l- o s ii is lvimr seriously sick-
It is th-.m-in lu- will not recover.
A large number of p.-o;!e from this
coinmn. lit - went io hear Marion lin'ler.
Maj-.-r Kohbins and other speakers ai
Statesville last S.. , da y. It is .-aid that
ever : Iiinu: p;l: ::fd ..l! ipiiet iy.
Mr. li. V. Tiui'-'i and his si-ter. Mis
1, jell 1 r
honie ;n no; i Iredi-il
last S tl urday a!lir si .en. ling several days
wit h Vieinis !i.-re.
Our new pos master, Mr. At well, re
ceived !i:s -om:.isdoii la.-t week and has
now take:-, eliar. e oi' i In- .!'.. -e.
'I lie repiiniiean towiiship convention
met at Mr. 1). ( l.'iawley's last Saturday
to apj.oint ,!,.!( s ,j t"tlc c, ,iuty con
vention. A erieats :ic:-alent liapjicned to Mr.
-fas )A la. -it SiiIiihImv. Wiiiie r.lm-i,-
ing iVoai Sia!
feil from his car
!arl! i": a :Tx ht .'a;ue c,,l!.u,-ic'1 "Carolina? s k l. ect i o n i a r k a n es
i;ic .lcei aau as a result one Oi ins legs
was paiiilUily !n;:s .1. A.
-Muuic-viife, N. C, April 11, '1)2.
i . . . . i . i .i i ...
Afr. Fdilor: lam no subscriber of your
paper, although 1 read nearly every cop
and I have learned to love it fur the rea
son of its views on political mutters.
Above all 1 enj -y your replies to that
big man "Joe." It seems that it i
his glory to say something sneering ai
the good old farmers organization. I
was one" a dear lover of" Joe's papiT,
and would e yet if he would show any
-ympathy to the farmers and the "work
ing .-!-is of nar country. J am afraid,
Mr Joe is d ;;.g n.ore to build tin parlies
opprcin-j; Ids j.riaciples than acy other
lii.-in in the Siate.
Should the third or people's parry put
out a good man at Omaha, Nebraska
next July, I uu one who will be found
voting for the St. Louis platform to he
put in operation and administered to
the people-as we have needed it for lo
the-e many years. Now in conclusion
on this m alter, gi-e us Col. Polk for fir.-t
or second p'ace and we will be sure to
vote as above stated. IV haw, I did not
aim to write about polities, but I guess
when I tell vou I was. to bear Col V.V.L-
and Skinner last Saturday you will know
why. I just got so full I "can't keen nil.
Skinner certainly skinned t he-man who
asked him so many good questions. I
say hurrah far CVl.'li, k and Skinner.
I wwh to correct a statement made by
your correspondent from this place in
last week.s paper. Ho was misinformed.
My Vehool will close May 1st with a
Demorest contest in the afternoon in
stead of an entertainment at night. Capt.
John A. Siikeleathor will bo present and
give us one of hi good lectures ou pro
Success to the Watchman".
Pw. V. TlTAIiP.
Moore3ville, N. C, March 2,
Mr. Isaac Trnmbo, a leading banker
J? C! -.. TV. . i
uj. ciui rr.incico, who lias made a
special study of the. silver and money
question, says there is a steady increase
in the amount of business in the coun
try, and a cons' ant shrinkage in the
volume of money, tie clauns that, at
the beu'i lining of the war we did a 815.
000,000,000 business, had a $22 per
capita. That lust year wc did a 60,
000.000,000 business, but our circula
tion had been contracted to 812 per
capita, and that there was an absolute
need of more money. Caucasian.
A coiirp.iny lately formed in New
ork is making money by furnishing
sentries, vhore province it is to keep
unwelcome visifor from the portals of
million; t ires I w e 1 i : : i r 3 . ('a u a 1 si a 1 1 .
Tho Watcliman from now
until tho I5th of November for '
0nlv 50 ptq
.uniiaren ory ior nrcners oasicfia
I ! '"I
JlRfrriTTtrv- W tn!f ,.!fnm- In m
drie-sing you through the columns of the
VTCIIMA While we t!o not believe
n houstil'g we do feel proud of our nobte
ritlor find hfivo r(r.lvel tn fatnml !iv nml
lefend, as far r.s possible-, all of the - de
nams of our order, also ur noble fii
1rs.! Tle tim has come when it we
would enjoy freedom we must raise our
cfadsand look a little, farther than the
ehd of our nose. No one liveth to him
elf. i We have recently eerieneed this
fact and donated out of our treasury ten
lollars to Kro. Alex. Holshonser, who
iias had the misfortune of having a great
leal 0f sickness in his family. Oer and
i Uovq this we have raised ten dollars ami
re raising more p.ro Holshonser is a
member of our rder i i g d standing.
J. L. II. Fis;ii:r, Sec.
Tlie Watchman-from now
until the 15th of November for
only 50 cents.
The Alliance is not a piil ic;l or
ganization, but the members control
everal votes that they will use to pro
tect their homes. La. ) Farmer.
A orenm ot tart ir liaHn? I'owvler. inkiest of .-ill
In Icivrnlni,' btn-nttli. Lat mt U. S. oWr,owf
KoVai. UAKixn I'owdeu Co., 103 Wall ?t., N.Y.
Beautiful goods! All new! Von
can get anything from a Lamp Chim
ney to a Tea or Dinner Set at lower
prices than anywhere else, if you will
mention this notice. I have a 5 and
10 cent counter, where you can get
bargains. Co no r through my China
Si ore if wanting;
All can see mv I'lioto. sin at the door
of the China Store.
M O R G- A IST,
THE LA Rf i ICST
STOCK OK DIAMONDS
OF ANY HOI'SF. IN N(:;TII
SEN F ON API'LIOATION. WE KEEP
NO IMITATION STONES IN
STOCK. KEFEK TO
BOYNE & BADGER
- DIAMOND DEALEKS,
Please mention tlp Watciim in when yon write.
Harness and (lollars.
And D.31I.TS in
LEATHER AND SADDLERY
II AIH) WARE
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
CHARLOTTE, - - II. C.
Mention tne Walchrann.
MRS. JOHN A. MURPHY'S
j FOIl YOUR
ALL NEW GOODS. TIIK LATEST
STYLES. ETC. EQUA L ATTE TlOX
SHOWN TO THE COUXTKV TJi )E
I WILL NOT HE UNDERSOLD. NEW
GOODS AK'KIYING EVERY DAY.
STORE ON MAIN STREET, NEXT
DOOR TO PHOTOtiliAPII GAELERY.
aics. johx A.3iuRpr.
HORSES AND MULES
FOR BALE CHEAP. Will sell on Ion
time if well secured. Apply at once to
J. M. UAURISON",
-Mill liridne, N. C. '
YOUR NAME -S
TTl v -erit on a postal car l
I 1 uj''rauiirss ' lil
s-t!p1 trie Iii nnr
lailllfl-IIlK 111 C nr.l .
will re elve tlirciitrlt tliem ni u y v. iu irle s:im; l
from companies desiring rtg-.-jls 'ilJrcss iiosi.'l to
tlie "Ann rlcau Lit t Co.. fc'ls.-her IU(-, ciiierrco in
A 1UU Vj ina I'.olM .a c. sineiinue. Abo
aitei v 11 a riu a ss ana :i twrfrt-t t .10 a r-. ".
j lirst-class mecleaut. Sold by le 6TBg druggists.
uc hiiM-nruy tiie tm uita cnii'J. ioi sale bv leul.
SUBSCRIBE TO W).Q Fnl-irntr!
ADVERTISE IN lLB VVCilG. EISIT'
our-, own. mm,
Do you we.ir Clothes? Arc
i - -
you going to Iniy a Suit.this
Wo have the Suits; you have
We. aru going to sell them.
You siiouhl eewliat a grand
display we are making.
We can sell .you . a good ser
viceable Suit for $4. Better
ones ior ,), $o, $7, and 10.
You seo our line of ST.oO-aiid
Si 0.00 Suits. Thov can't be
matched lor loss than 12.50
and 315.00. If you wantsenne
thiji finer we have them in
Cutaways, Sacks, Pri nee Al
berts, and Clincals in all tin
latest styles, tic.
Hero are the genuiao- bar-
Fire and water did it:
100 all wool Boys Suits, 13 to
18 years, slightly soiled, worth
and $10, take: your choice at
83 At 87.50 you can get a
12.50 suit. At SiO vou will
got a $16 50 suit.
No such bargains have ever
been ofFered so cheap.
Retrseniher tlinsf. nrr oil ,,il
v.. v.vi.v v (ui ii v
suits and are worth twice .what
we ask for them.
T)in't V?if trx lni"r f
M. S. BROVN
fti IkJ P .fci? fe R.il
JLiiJlH A Lit iii
1 i iv u':ia
old stand on Fisher street to tbn room
n.nnerly occupied by J. T. samon in
. l 1 1 11 1 ., ,.
the old Mansion House building 011 In-
nis street, where I will be ulad to see all
U : are eonstantly receiving new goods
for tlie Spring :tnd Sumuier trade 'ye
have a select stock of
flFfrP'lP? I FF'rUnnp Plntlurir VnOl
And everything found in a
First Class Err Seeds Store.
We mean business and will sell every
thing at reasonable ptices and treat you
We will pay the highest market prices
Chickens, Buffer,- fgfs, fee, Peas,
and all kinds of Country rrodr.ee. See
us before you sell.
Salisbury, Nov. 2otb. 1X01
LARGEST STOCK I
SUITS all prices from $2.50
fit all figures. AU wool suits,
FPfl 2 ol IIa,s frnm 25t'' ,?P Ftir. Hats 'from "A-. up.
' I Straw JJafs. 5c; bro.d brim Field lints, Oe. Xi. e
H 11 -n f nd Boys' Hats al 25c. Dresi Hats , 75c.-, &
U liife, Brown, ..btw 1
A Bi lot
and 75c. Laundried Shirts at. nOe 7.",..
a n h
. . .w.. HUM v'A.vv - ; ..
We have a full line of TTMDT)!! T h ft !
U MDilllLijii U Nice quivy sil 50-, 75:-
BEST SELECTION, AND LOWEST PiaCES AT
j Oppci3ito Postcfllcc,
H mm mm :t n
(Factory at Aub'ira.Nfvv .
PoimicRN iPkpot rvvr v
- Attricth?. Zizvv'
There are the rssem f i ,.,U ,r.
axl laachine and thev ',''- ":V'uh
dated hrThe Ctei'toitxn -eo-u "-' J'"'
want the best Mower, a a;
llay.Kakejor steel spii,--!, , ' "u'
existe!:c; ibi -;,,t inircha.-li!' ' jir
ing Ihi-OsrjOUNi:. dl vfT ,;..,! !
Agent , or w H tedlir iTesei i i n I ,'t -J",:,r, s
- j - - I '
(OSicc with J. M. IH.Icn: Ux Z'i ' " 1
'- oiVuv. SaJU.yry, X. '.; "" ' !'":
B. Adilress lettersl'o VcoVi;.; (,
A large- number of Muf fines ai'l "'jV '
pairs constantly keptrrjii h;ind.
Jteutlon the Wr.t b:a.in sb".) )., u,x
? For DYSPEPSIA.
This nnfalUr-p -reme'fiy for pr.n(;t,i;1 , . ,
chronic to.ts.tbo teemt ot nk!.y ;t'r v"', ' f r
leal cUQltra of: the period, lit -j , r. 1 c fi
I-iiern an4 i.w(:rleUry noHtruinnu- r. ?'
lItter oi.p..iia than ihlsmosi , ii,t;!t.,(i , . : 1 -
i ably preso.tlxHlioHie ac.,1,, 10 " , e i
what tlie peein-i itiefs . f tn dls, . ,.V, . 1
lo Mie Ues-i iie etauiis niat
eure n iiuij u liy i: know n ;),... Sl , " f v
Dr.Srttaion te.'iiz- tl fi!v iy u'a .' i.,,,.,,
si i, v-lwtuerinlUi uryiroirf'c, h:aM.v. 1'm.'.; Jj' :
lHts!ln? i!.e Wood. iv.lti-- ! 4 !
uK'ro.u.i Uscusesana iheretnip HOi'iri tai,;.- i ,
yesuxiiscveriu- u-Ht-srlik-. in n , ,V
snTressmt, but M riebuair- l.K w,,,., ( ! i t ,r
cevery, jie .never overu, at in.- vl, , , ,
tniili t .at CBf SvmptOnvS eai'H i'.isi' aiii i, ri'
Piureniul tnirereiiw.s, mh! -v ,v t ii,. il; X i
HWfatlo ot tne MilTier it quiou il( w I
lereijot- li. tiieireMjrl.noij-(ii. i.t nnruiv i ni -d-ia
.iKlwl sHiteiiehtaLtieaina rn n,.xt. iw n
recivms. var.tlMjr widely ia .tt'reivni V e:i wlli .'"J
SWIN I'ON MliLICM. k. SeMl eiao j,
tHUe- t.bi-ated StM-cltlo lo-.nysiU.p.-t.L a,.,,,,,!,",;
tieatle by the ooc:or, vihk-.vv-, i ; i
tlins to tne suiferer. k th a t,' "... ,. :
TilcMy u tue n-tswty, Ha ai i-r..-';'.. r,v W. i;
i ii'jiui jnrstTii .mci:s s-uaee to inc.s.
a. a.cuicai -xTcatsicnt- ar d tot
Ho net t rol-bcdi f j our nana v .e.-i . . ,
for re-inj(i iiish by o ii-,-.,' ; ,c .
whl e ee:n ra-iitlveiy ), n.,!, v i; , (i ;i. ' "
tnVrl71 V - or ii i,. i, . . - " ' " "
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. I l-aUuis vi.arn.act.-iiJv-iiil- v.il m-. ti m. u;.- .-;
ft... i - ..11.-. ....... K J . . T
j :'.-' daeaijis lac n-.felcal -trealts?
; r- iK.U i-'l T f, , : ..
bi-rlplJriis.A!((M s ,
I".! I . l.t,:l
W ii t It i
X i I
"f i.iiu:4 . !. .t-f eitir ii'ii :', t.a : ;
of Mu-liat tcsLu ..iii.g. lit -ee;if e l, , !! a r.,.a.
ing chiiinagaliiSLhb iate ia 1, 1
to j.resi-tit them to i!i1-i j.a m !:i ', ,
t!ie Ct'a ilay Aii I8a3, Jr tiii-
ITjvSi.r rt . .. 1 : t'....tlr . r." -.-
Ie plead ia bnr pi their revort-rv. '
J. JAct)B A.HiOMAo;;.
t bum as, ;. - r.., V.:.-
? reJS ire4.;' !":y ' f ;C
reuuiei Mill oe -I'aMii la.e! 11-1 i ri-s-.a in
The m.inut.cturer . t?a to tne -cin".. is.-i.'.u u -u
ie I io,i-n-? j-bDer uai cue j-hhm i- uhi.ju y ,
to li,e K'1'1 'memiaiit.-:- m ukki, ;i i;i; i:(- i,; i-
sequent li ta la-. a pro iu no; ia iv u a j.-u
tvupris-ttMhtMvi,aaer. tia- - ."r
I - MXLT.LTUE ;.s' costMi-ssio?; (-f,
' is a respO!ii-ii!rsy!i.li.-aie wbn-li ! - . t ;
o-l-saii.frn.1s. j'.b-iOi.i.iaiU;e K.,: .-; .,1 u -m-.
. 1 u ... jji'mi ki 1 .m , ti in i i fit a f. 1 y 1 .u. ' i !
i-xv.sxtii lreet ai itie c-i3K?.is-ft.v: i.r t-e.
o..e remove rroia i.w ma.ntiMewii-i-f.
-Wbt e tbiswitiji!iy.h,it.-!lt s ; ai Kin W '-Ui.1:--furnl-utiiss.
v.'ea ie n-s linf u s v i.., ,:: :-:.'
U osi K-f merely .to' in rwiiiee' on.- u-.-v 1- y '
lerrltory anil estub isi a r.- uojaa :-.- rian:
us never ti -ronp ofr-rert, so tJ at vvti h; n;
arep.trcd loro'iflai.r -lurioti a'-it ct ,;- 'r
lines "Ueart tliti roller I'ptlTi is: -toiJKli'l'u'l
l Bjftl).: t ."-lliem d. fa,i 1 :. ( !-: 1 . "
) rll -e- gu (-etid l:.,'.i-Tvii-M- :.! ; n- r
CRiv.er p lr. e wliiwli ati-iteat;-,'':-":-1 ' :
(inzMi at 96 ei,its.
Lrt!e..' extra lebjfth;Tnii re: itar iU- ! ;f f ' -''i
an l s-'aiaiess hos., rrv' ilie- t--U'U-. r i :
- every -Jere i.'t mi cen-s.ita.)e w:'is-;);.i 4-.
of oiie-lulf itez'-n i-t ? .?.. i
H'eaiy .x res.-i-hrn'e-.. ;jii:1 j.:friri' V:- i.'l
all. to ref iiftl uaonev .'li . Iici rv is u-t '
and tja.i tis les uese:li?.. i"e wiit an Is '' ? '
w in ted. am! fwctctt-rr' tiit -. i-. p- y ' '
ecmnot i fTuol to s'-i-d l-srs'iiu-.n '.."'
orfM.ia n.M..,t-4.. aeco-3i-iU'.-ttI-t--v . .-ii .;. 1
money order, txv.l:tl note, siaia b or r ! -'
if r, at'rtrrsifi.l 10 the '
L2t Fifth Avciiiie, ; : " '.c. :
; HI mT. A TI Tl AiT-
. A T T T TTVV 1
jL, iv ric- y
to S2500; all sizall cl r
$5.00. Navy bliuj.!,."
; - " wvv
Gooa full sized one? with lonv '
.;md skirts, 25 .-. N i.
.n,,i ai fn
U j. w v '