Oh. XXIIHTIIIRD SERIES.
SALISBURY. N. C, .THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892
TI7;:- : if
. W 3 - - -
W VI Li i M . A M
for infants and Children.
. ,f5 a tc ?n veil adipted tochfldrfin tliat I
; i v su;KTior U any presenjauta
l7fZ'v rt IT. A. AKXtvxi 21. IX, .
. tS6f " 111 : Cr.'ord St., Erooklyn, It. Y.
t.v Twt Ka' is so universal ard
-T . '' i v-.l -Tioyv-n that it fiw-ra a woTjC
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M it Fonisii liierials.
"X. O. AlHanco
TESTIS ONILS :
F: ::: Mr. .1. s .
nn-iabcr of the "Ex- !
., 1'r. ,-'t.
Y'.ursuflhe fill jet to liaiel.
1i-l not re-a-ive yo.tir circutar
;,-,v siiy-iar yovi'r FertUizcr
J'hpIo ,.;'. rt.v- anions the
crjus -p,:rso:fs ' wf tlv-rod d'ertiHser to
10 1: l)t
rtVct'.v ' siit'tsficrt with
i m. .:: tl.t v y
'a lias fired sovjic at the
y that is entirely attributing
!. I u-;' 1 vtlevon tii:s on
i vt-r H'.?eilany.fyrtiizcr that
-ct-) the wtt sou.-;
uii-l ri-faoc-tftilly yciurs, " -.
J. H. Jo arcs to:;.
m n k i: , X. C, Aug. 2D, 1SD1.
Hcau',,. -..,. -ft ijtt;e afraid of vour
j','terl.ul en.) ?0 useii (.a3 I had done for
p) Ladeam'g Chcmicala. I thought none
i:'VbD;u,r- Tsed half yours and half La
yftu year, and am proud, to say yours
and finer on same land.
tv gi- it the rceunimenda
p to l!;c standard,
''.i of us will u.?e it next year.
Gy. L. Williamson.
your orders to W.H.Worth
IV'IR 8 ni
I I.I K
wm I.I N'
f k v - i i i f t ' j
l,.-lBr?Acnij .t .
I ,wi'aii Uili positively win not te undersold.
Meatt.m the Watchman whayau write
3: i n
Cast orl a ceres Colic, C3on5Tt!palI'n,
Sour Stomach, tiarrfcoaa. Eructation,
-Klila Worms, gives Eloep and promotes Ci-
- TTitiiout injurious medication.
For several rears I bave recommenced
yenr Castoria, ' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Carlos iiiKTZx, V. E " Tho Trinthrop," lEStreet aad 7th Ave.,
Tim Csrrxua CoxrAyT, 77 Mubhay Stkset, Na-ar Yokx.
te, Georgia Home Insurance Co.
CUljUJtllfUO, IxJl lfU
Home Company, seeking: Home Patronage.
Insures all classes el iusks ai lowest
adequate rates. ; Losses adjusted
and paid promptly.
tLLEN BROWN, Agfc.
ijillkUMbli i ul tilifiyl , mm
Office : DURHA M, N. C.
Durham, N. C, Richmond, Va.
' 4 i i Some time since appeared a very put m Vance county-, instead, oi una- ce,umg in.v, a& we .-ee u. eaib u.ai
rai3.dS ale ManiliaCnired eSCiU- alowu advertisement of a book ei- limn, Gaston in Gaston count)', and J tue whole uiseussion or the day and of
fnr t ')a A HinTjpp a cluively lor foung, unmarried people; -auisun m uau:soo couuiv m-vwu , .wo ... ......... ,.r. .. .. T
ootn gentleman ana ladies, the pnee ot , i-l-"-v"o.uii. ... - x , 1 :
. - which was 5 For the 5 a very I , There mav be other cis-. s of appar- J he bub-lreasury and government
Official GlianO," "PrOirrCSSive cheap edition of the Bible' was sent. : nt misfit, but the.e are enough. So ownership f railroads. .- All the other
11 11' fY' 1 , 1 T I I 11. lUin.'tvtJl'OCI . V, M l,Ut!l,UI t ""v " - - i , , , . . . '
. - . A i: 1 ii,,. w hPi vm rlo-.-e . m ptler he sore to "out issuer .ee;a 10 oe oe.ssoi'' xioui isui,
Kj. -llltlUGU V711lv;ictl rVClU JL IIOJS
V O A 1 1 icm
.l!!-i-i-p. ii, .1 l'ur.'iruu fcrtuiz-
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Gents: Fin;l enclosed certificates of Ridge
viEe Alliance, o. 78-1, pf Caswell county, and
G. P. Burch's. I have made thc.certificates for
Uidgeville Alliance as directed by the Alliance.
If you want it made stronger and think of
anything 1 Could put in, lefiais know at once.
The guano has given satisfaction and the Alli
ance hacrdcrcd ine to let you know it and at!
others that it may concern.
r Yours truly, Geo. M. Burton,
See'jj- Kidgeville Alliance No. 73-1, Caswell Co.
inalnn A'nr.ncf 1 SOI 1
Winston, August, 1891
pio crop outlook where Official Guano
used will compare favorably '.with any other
Fertilizer in our county. Our people are ge
orally well satisfied with said guano.
: J. F. GairriTH
IIiC-MASS, Va., August 26, 1891.:
am now an old tobaceff grower, and have I
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ncpn a. cTfArmr.v IrQpfili.A.. BinM T h... V..n I
J uv... i
growing tobacco, but hare never' used anv I
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brand that ecccd3 the Durham. My tobacco I
. , . , . ' I
is uoir.e a3 weu ius year a3 l ever naa a cron l
enonrfn v rfti-nir.miiiiH ill. 41,a nn-UAH. . .-. 1
vuviiiuoj v v nix. -va tut ! U i . 1 1 111 V I Jf
farmer who wishes a Ingh grade Fertilizer at a ered a question of labor, remuuera-- tound it just tbetlnngand underits a.se
low pnee Pktee B. Booth. tior otherwise, cannot possibly pay, speedy and p V"V ,4rn
ii , - r a sampje bottle at our expense ami leatn
CT-fA AfTT "fvprinrPrTTMie ly Fe u ways eitoer nines or tweu- for vo,ir,olf jnst how .00d a thingot is.
, w tdbU ii-&V, Ui UirtiC t iu USi ties, and to makeme must require pret- Trial bottles' free at Kluttz & Cc.'s drug
J. G, BSEHEAEBT, County, Agt,
i ' - : sAiisBUKir, n. c.
is j?!? ta Get Monuments, ' Tomfcstonesf&c
fttf" ;.: N OI v iKiuiN r MARBLE to arrive m a few days We guarantee
Of all V'wcji. specialty
C. B. WEBB & CO.,
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WILL IT PAY? ;
Ont from tbc hesrtbstone the cMMren go,
Y&ir as the sunshine, pure, as snov'W
A licensed vtrohg on the crowded street
Waits the coming of the guileless feet
Chili of the rich, and child of the poor
Pass to their wreck through the dram shop's
Ob, say, will they ever come back as they go
Fair as the sunshine, pure si3 tne snow; -
Out from tli8 hearthstone, the children futr,
I'as3 from the treath of a mother s prayer.
Shall a father's vote on the" crowded "street;
Consent to the snare forihoughtless feet?
Ah! fath'irs.lyour finest cold grows dim
Black with the rust of such nameless sin!
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And light your -ways with the price of shr.me,- i
But say,, will your dearest come back a3 they go,
i a-ir as the sunshine, pure -as the snowf
-Sirs. Mary 1; Lalhrop.
frauds attempted through the
i -i f- it
he mails are almost innumerable. -
consist of schemes concocted
use of th
to humbug the unsuspecting publi i
and it.. seems.' the. greater the fraud !
the creater the n turns to the swiu-i
-dler. Nearlv all nf these sekomos make i
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use of advertisements published in I
spacers and of circulars distributed i
through the mails. Without these '
means the public could not be
reached, and for this reason the law
it is to bs borne in mind that unless
complaints are made to the post-ofilce
department these Irauds are carried on
without the knowledge of their exist-
ence and no investigation can be had. I
To give a few instances of these
frauds. A few years ago an advertise-! would see Pittsboro not in Pitt county Now, if we understand thconstitu
ment appeared in the papers statin" ' at H ''"t UJ Chatham. Beaufort 4-tion of the .Alliance a member1 doesn't
me nt appeared in the papers stating!511' ,,ut nainaiu. ueaiiiorr,
that for the sum of 1 a receipt would i i'ght to bo in Beaufort county instead
be given for the permanent cure for j Carte rt-t, while Washington, in
stammeriu j'. When the dollar was": Beaufort county should be in Wash-
sent the receipt was returned, which
simply "read: "Keep your mo
nth ediut.'' i
Another instance of the same kind- was
where an advertisement recited that for
fifty cents a receipt would be given for
catching all the fish in any given body
nf w:itor WIipti thp fifiv i-pnk ivi:'
of water. When the fifty
f o if il- tii.ifili I ji ril 1 1 tn rl 1
1 1 ' ..: L-.. ,T .11 il.. ... A -
iiiiK me viciim to u:p au use water
out and then piciv up the nh.
Another ftrm ot fraud is rerpidra-
D)' means of adv
ull-'iU tnc psihiic.
ing them think tin;
crtisements as to
tt for twenty-five i
cents thev are to have, a -watch u soin !
other valuable article when, in iact ;
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thv merely cret some illustrated cata- I
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logue. au exrensive rranci lias re
cently been carried on by certain per
sons claiming to be commission nier-
M1t,nfa r nr.l,io rl-.lr u.-Jir
out-their circulors' or pslee' lists olfer- j
iho- nrii-ps lower than the ntarket. when i
. . .
u fact, thev have no commission house,
and probably onlv desk room in some !
shop or saloon, and the goods sliioixnl
to -them are received and sold at anv :
price obtainable, no returns whatever ;
watch, would be -advertised for; 1
mi , i i . i i
I he Sf nner wnn m nee.enr, a waten in
return, but he would t a sun dial. '
Great frauds have been carried 0:1 bv
the proposed publication of handsome '
illustrated books, for which ' photo- j
araphs of prominent men were solic,
ited. , It was added that to have tne j
necessary copper plates engraved woll "
cost 816.75. A surprisingly large ;
number responded with photographs :
and money, but no books of course, '
A Hard Tilan to Catch.
-The most remarkable counterfeiter
v i-lwCm, uv uiv, w .1 i-.a.iuui um
reporter was-informed, hs been keep-
ing the United Stages secret service in
i f. p , p
such a condition of evasperation for a
mug time past tnat no trouble or ex
Pl,se would be considered exce-sive for
t,ie accomplishment of his capture.
And this, although he produces, on au
long time past that no trouble or ex-
average net more than two bogus notes
: n-i i. i.i., , ,i :
thee mutations are that ihcy are ex-
pinimi anf.iro r vit.li n rn I nna m
it i i s
- iu l i. i i i i
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wnrL- nnoit thftm r.nrna nnnr tho Irons-
. ... .
Hft tA I nt Hievncr nf I hfl rmxrnrrt
i i i
ment dttPf.tiTf whrs utmost fffnrt.
j- i i j.
eaiiiioi) uiscoyer so luuen as u eiew 10
r n mi is. - t n
inatrpr i tlo.i. ft p uortr nt nmrinein
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ty constant toil for quite half a year.
TheTast one, which was received a few
days ago, was a double X.
Funny enough they rome each time
from a different city, and the supposi
tion is'that the forger leaves town for
another locality immediately upon pas
sing one. He gets rid of the note he
has just completed, which may remain
circulation for some lime before reach
ing a bank, and departs long before the
police agents have a chance to arrive
upon the scene. The most plausible
theory seems to be that he is- a mono
maniac of means, who gratifies a mor
bid taste in Jhts astonishing' way. His
imitation bills are so perfectly done
that no one short of a professional ex
pert would hesitate to take them for
good money. From th,e vignettes to
the signatures the worik is perlormed
1,-ti IJIIl.- ill Llll l,l.IIU)M. Iilt-iIV LUIIMU- ll.tlll IHUIV. I.
with an p.ccnracj Writ' leurs scrutiny
within powerful ruughifying glass In
all likt'lihoofl the rou3a why .the notes
are not made of Jarr denominations
is that fhev would ie TTronnrti!naff!v
more dimt-nlt to pass,1 . One can ima.""-
nie that this ecfeentric.counferfeiter in
dulges in the epiploymeut simply for.
the gratification of h in vanity. It is
not itnprob th!o that he himself has
been shown the frame at the treasury'
binding in .-which" two specimens of his
handhvorU an? shown by polite nttend-
ary saiuples of forgeries-in tl
mtuib collyctioth" Anvway lie
turning out, the buss at regular inter
vals of six monthSjfthus occasioning
periodical sr4sms j exiigperation in
the secret-service hiirsvHi.
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home 5!iiit Iames of Places-,
I . stranger from another State ;
Wt'!e to look over a map. of North
Carolina he would find some perplex-
n cases where the names of certain
l . i i -1
towns seem to De a nnsht
the names ot their repective couuties.
ihl ln:ky sometimes account for mail-
matter going wrong or jailing to reach
the 3erson addressed within a reason
For example, he would -expect to
find both Asheville and Ashboro in Ashe
county, but instead of that arrange
ment he liads the former in Buncombe
and tho latter in Randolph county.
He won ui naturally look tor lireens-
'- tm-en-ville in lueen county,
msteau or uuiirord anu i itt, wi:iie lie
ington. Ltoort5.ville i!i Iredell county j
siiould w m jjloore county, ami Jones- j
boeo, in Moore conntv, would seem
be-t suited to Jones county. Haywood !
in Chathiim, ought to be in Haywood
'county, winlethe capualoi tnat county
! would iust sii it Wavno. !
hy was not Je.clcson put m tlie teatnre we see being the Union soldier
county of that name instead of North- ' plank. Our people have been taxed
amnion, and Franklin, as well" as ; near enough to death to pension tli'tn
Fr:inkiii:ton. in Franklin county? j (for nearly all of them are being pen--Then
there is M;:con in Warren county, sioned ) without- repaying them. Hun
in. stead of Macon, and Hertford in i dreds of them are being pensioned that
lrqutmai;3 ms:ead or Uemord county,
J aucvvnte m lasweil county, lie
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t:(UI S s - !ls wen -a
won id put in '
a?1(i n-ocMngham he
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u:na louiav, iufi.e.ia ui a.t::i
Columbus is in
Polk county, and J
Polkton is in Anson cotui tv . w liiie i
Columbus has not even Columbia. !
DaVlSOU Oollege is
i ' -.1 ,i II r l t
county, no is laoitu college in l au-
county.- Neither Aiexandei-s nor ;
Mexandnaiia is in Alexanaer county, j
trranam would seem oest in uranam i
county, and Lenoir jnt suits Lenoir ,
.county, v anccooro ungnr. nav.' oeeu
v'e sug-j-'st that these towns be
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niovea to wnere uie) oe.oag.
A man in Le-eds, England, looked at
a lu,rs in i!1(Hth the other
day with profitable results. The keeper
of a skating rink had advertised "a
reat tancy cosiume carnum,
way of stimulating the invention of
his patrons he promi.-ed that'tlve
wearer of the most original costume
chonld lie awarded with a watch to the
; v.,inp (.f c-a) The i:m who won the
watch took it to v. lewetef, who satu
TKi i-i'ii-.T U
. 1 n u 1 1 iC 1 , II.
was worth onlv c0.
; m. -, d-es-- The
1 to the
pro-rietor defemled himself with the
: )t tUit tu, y 0f the prize was
; pnriv a voiuntary act, and the recip-
; ient s"noaia not .take the giver's esti-
. p..0-rictor defemled him
t t literally. The judge, how
. . . ,
took a diilerent view, and save
judgment for the plaintiff of S70.-
Now Try This.
It will cost you nothing and will surely
do you good, if you have a Cough, Cold
or any trouble with Throat, Chest or
Lungs. Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Colds and Coughs is guar
anteed to irive relief, or money will be
rafferciis from La tnppe
; store. Large size 50e.. and fl.
"Doing anything now. Bill?"
"Oh, ves, I'm kept -busall the time."
"Ah, 'glad to hear i't. What are
'Looking for a job." Texas jS'f-
Wilson-. X. C, June.20. 1600.
Last October I suffered indescribable pains
with what the -doctors. ?aid was prartl. A3
oon A3 I could get an Elctrepoise I applied it
every night two week?, and am happy to
state have had no recurrence of p.un and lrom
present anpearanees never jvill. W hea you
hear of one louderi- the praiae of Uie Electro
noic than myself. s?nd me bis photograph.
EDM. PACE, lute of Danville, a .
Children Cry for Pitcher's Otoria.
Tilings as Seen fey One Who Is Striv
ins to KnowXho liight. ..
Corresnoiiencc ot tLe '.Vatchman.
Hejp.g one who reads all sides of the
political questions of the day and a
man who is a member of the Alliance,
and who loves its aims ! and principles,
we desire to jive a few thoughts on
some of the breakers ;thead of the Al
liance Jhrough your valuable paper,
also offering a few suggestions, not
that we consider onrselve wise or or
thodox on the situation of the davT
but VOU knOW it is S:ilil fh:K S avII
man can learn of a fool, so remember-!
'.ngtmswesum up courage to act at
this time and hora.?, ' th hmLn
thou irii U mav not find lh
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to th waste Uiskct but will be pub-1
i- i,i 1 - i '
hshed, and pcrhi'ps some one mav see '
something in them that will be of ben-
The demands as set forth by the Al
liance and in the Oeala platform arc
pure, and if carried out no doubt would
bring about great good to our people.
But what we are afraid of is that the
best pare of them are being lost sight
of and our order is going into a party
that is not in sympathy with them.
This, of course, is the People Vparty,
for the whole drift is in that direction.
We have read and watched with inter
est the movements of that party, and
find some admirable traits in it and
some not so commendable. We will
notice a few of these before ""we are
-puoii oi me finance a lucmoer doesi
j have to vote with any pn-iicnlar pol
! ic-al party aid can yet he a true Al
anceman. So if we are right we w
tZht we wit!
not have to voe with the People s
parry, even it it does take the m an
bodv of principles held by the Alliance
Are we rijjfht?
We have read very carefully the
platform adopted at bt. Louis, and I
1 1: i u )c i t yrood i r, t he main, the worst
siiould not le, tor they are as al)le, and
a great deal more so, to work tor their
support as nunureus or men ana women
who are taxed to pay off their pension
i i i t a
esides there are hundreds of
men in the South who were as loyal
to t lie Union as those who receive pen-
sion and who had to hdit ftgainst
their own vfill. They should W pen
11 ! !.. 1 Tl l
wou.u oe m gooa way oi miaing ui-
J'.st who they are it rentiers tne gov-
einnLeut nnauie to pension tr.em. t?o
wu ta.uui n yun i umi au i..u-,
lot s let it atone. -
i onnu my ,u,uivmiu - uu, va-
ana we tnucii leav viien it meets in
its next convention the vital points
and the main demands will be left out,
and our order, blinded by enthusiasm,
may be led into it, and will thus be
foiled bv them in their uttemot for
vi.dit lie readii: r
doselv we are lead
there is an k'acens in the
Some one will
into it iust for
We h.ve spoken of the platform vf
the People's party as we see it; have
one lilank in it and
, t ho
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great mistake the
it i iii
convention made. And not on.y loan
'convention, but we 'fear our order, as
i b-dv, is making the same mistake..'
.,1. no f .. mi-n of i!s miMM-"
aressmen eieciea in iauas uy um
. 1... it...
ple-'s j.'arty were .elected through the
influence of the leading good women
of that State, and that these ladies
with other prominent temperance men
and women' were in the convention,
and when they begged for some kind
r.f o f.mrwr innf. nbink or resolution in
KJk. n,u;jv'"v I " " -
the platform and were downed at tne
birldinrr nf the honor men. wno were
there for the purpose of capturing tha
thing as they did do, we say that con
vention made a mistake. Now some
one may call us a crank, but that is all
ri'ht. We are iust showing the thing
np seen by us and if any m m doesift-j
want to acquiesce, tney nave tue puvi-h-o-,.
to differ. In onr opinion no re
form movement that ignores the liquor
trartic is equal to tne cmergency-oi u.e
. . . . i
More money r
than in anv other business on. the iacej
. . A 1
of the earth, dust think ot it con
trolling a billion of dollars in the
UuitedSiates and then say tat it's a
side issue. We talk cf monopolies but
never speak of this the greatest monop
oly on the face of Gods earth. Had
that convention pnt into its platform
some kind, of a temperance plank the
whole prohibition-element of the coun
try would have flocked to it and given
it great strength. Had they said they
would repeal the internal revenue they,
in our opinion, would have receivul
that element. But no, it is yelled
down, and no;v the temperance cle
ment is going to stand Fqnare on their
own principles and let the new pnrt
tak - care of itself. The temreranc
. ..... ... - - ; u-rs of Dr. SaKvs remedy can t cure you, read 0!it of the part r because. lie favors
are iii sympathv . J. !iat v.c -,0 matu, ho, h d or of how long .rand- .e p;irtv favors? We think
are aoout to speaK. M hen ue ,nu - h catarrn m the bjnd inay h, hlU and enter. our
ber-Hiatqmte a number of the con- n.a raakers are JVo . l).S.a- S.ich a
element is in favor of everything in
the People's party phttferm and just
one more prohibition of the liquor
JraSie. . vVe loiovv cf a ntjnher of Ah
liancemen vhoy.ant to support the
People's parry hut can't do it on ac
count of i(s silenee on' the liquor ques
tion. MayGoJ opn the eyes or our
people ! "
On the 2pUi of Mav Senator Hi!!
is t speak in Charlotte, and thou
sands of people wiir-hear "him. His
sole! object 13 to crueh votes, and helnis
no more at heart the interest of the
laboring chvs or tho Alliance than if
' he had no heart. And if there'"' is
m:m uho Lait'd bfates ;vho 53 the
B!i"tu chimh ui ifui itTiiMtT lies me
one. And yet he'll catch a lot of our
'Ahiiuicemf a - and temperance neorde.
r. ...a i j ' 1 '
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'iV?' Ie,"s. kee?, ?.,:ir ev Pe-
Niishri" th a rmw cmpposj
" l-in-' Alliance sia.ress
"l0 -VOi,riLl the hi;Vtor rt,hin-
J. HenS.y Thari.
Turnersburg, N. C, April 2002.
Correspor.il erve ct the Vatclan:-a.
Last, Friday was the oeeosion of a
pleasant social gathering at the hall of
Lentz Alliance. The- members, to
gether with friends of the neighbor
hood, met early in the afternoon to
count the scalps gathered in tho scalp
hunt, which was organized sometime
ago, against all kind of vermin. The
sum total of the count was as follows:
Rrtbbihv 175; crows, 170; hawks, 11;
minks, 22; besides a number of smaller
animals. Everything passed off with
the best of older, victor and vanquished
hurrahed al i k 3 and alike shared in a
splendid treat which had been prepared
by the captains, P. R. -Cress and 0.
Beaver. It was a day to be remem
bered b all present for the god jokes
and kindly humor which filled out the
occaion. Alter the exerciss were con
cluded at th hall the cnowd repaired
to an adjoining lot and wound ont the-l
evening with a game of base ball. At
to renew the hunt
the'fail the party separated..
Lentz Alttauce is o.n a ste idy
just now. iiie members, inougii say
ing little, are doing a great dt-al of
thinking. We keep p.osted on the
principal events as to the brotherhood
and mean to stand or fall .with our
"faces to the enemy." Besides taking
reform papers we also see the other
side of the matter and enjoy such sickly
efforts as the Herald's account oi the
Statesviile delscussiou. But we will
not speak of that, for to one who
heard it the matter seemed quite dif
ferent. But 1 will close for fear of the waste
ba ket. II. E. G. Cor. Sec.
lihtstcr. r.londay I'ienie.
Corrospoa lcnce of the Watchman.
The picnic, which took place at Tur.
Julius Hoishonser's, on the Gold .Hill
road, seven miles .-odh of Salisbury,
Easter Monday, was successfully car
ried out. A very large crowd was pres
ent we are not sure of the number,
but suppose about two hundred and
every one seemed to enjoy it in the
highest degree. A number of young
and middle aged men enjoyed them
selves awhile in-the morning by plaj--ing
a few games or baseball, while the
" f II 1 1 t ! ; ' 1
ladies and rjost of the young
m u; anv
uiiT crames ot auiercnt anius.
this the crowd enjoyed a Mire dinner
... r "
iron tint out by tne good
women of the neiL'h.boihond. All were
invited. In tire .afternoon, as in the
forenoon, ail took an interest in the
games which were played, and all had
a good time in general. F. L. II.
.- .. ,
Thoe who believe taat J). Sage's Ca-
tarrh Kemedv '.vi cure t::ein are more
liable to uet well than the-se who don't
If you happen to be one of those who;
lm't believe, there s a mait r oi 5000 o
ul mini. x i -
Y. They are known to every newspaper
publisher and every druggi.it in die land,
: w -
A lawyer's clerk ran off with 00,000
francs of his employer's money. A
few days afterward" the lawyer received
Idie following letter from' the delin -
' ' -
"Honored Sir: As there is no
in whom i have such confidence as
yourself, I venture to inquire if in case
I am apprehended vou would consent
to undertake nsv
sped fully, A. Zangcrl. Slnur
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Bruise"; Sores. Salt Itheuin, Fever Sores,
Tetter, Chapped Hand.-, ChiUdains.
Corns and all Skin L: aiplions, and posi
tively cures Piles or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price o cents per
box. For sale by T. F. Xluttz & Co.
When Ba'oy was dek, to gT2 ber Cartorli.
When siie was a Child, so cried f cr Castoria
CVhen she became Hiss, the clung to Castoria
Wben Bhe bad Cildrea,iic gavo tLem Castori
and vou can easoya.-ccrtain tab tncir )J(?lieve in equal lights to all and epe
woru is asjiooa.iici. j ciaj privileges to none, and will cog
You wind your waleh op.cc ft day. ! fo ,hat l(J the
our liver and bowels should act as re- Tx , nDAnCTT.w
igularhv If they do act, use a key. p a lir iqo9
Tho key is-Dr. Pierce'- Pleasant Pel- Itusell, N. C, April 15, 1&92.
Tho Vol f off List for tli a AjwilA
of the Ocata Demands,
Cirespoeceotthe Wate-taan. '
Believing as I do in the freedom ct
speech ami tbe Hberty Vf the press, and
that every man ha an imalenabi
right to vote according to the nictated -ot
his own conscience. And whereas4
their seenis to he a dispositbn on the;
part of certain. party leaders to pasat
set of rules and restrictions, governing?
township, primary, conntv ,itnd- State- . '
conventions. And believing as I do,
that such a course, if persisted in, would
be highly detrimental and injurious t
the success of the demo?ratic party
Therefore, I as one ot the .Executive' -Committee
of Ivnvan county, being caW -led
upon to know if 1 would endorse and
stand by same rules and the, action o
same conventions, etc., declined to do
so. Thereupon I was very . politely" :
asked to resign, which J did then an5
there in a meeting assembled April Oth; -1802;
it was the only course left me, as I
could not conscientiously and consist
ently be a party to any such proceed
ings. As lt believed all those who had
been democrats-hertoforeTiad a right T
to ajvpice in the primaries and conven
tions, without applying any. test to
them whatsver. Such a test LconsM-T"
ered an insult, kTtho time honored de- x
mocracy of the county and Statt and
one vrhich if persistea in, would mult
only in driving men from the party,
and thereby cause defeat.
There seems to be a disposition on -i
he part of some party leaders and thn- -democratic
press of the State to wholly '
ignore, and exclude from the primaries-;
and conventions all Alliance men who'
endorse the Ocala platform of-demancls, '
when they have leen concluded by many
able democrats and politicians to bo. .
democratic 'measures. i '
I would ask, how do yon expect to?
controi the Alliance, or succeed if you
have nothing to do with it? There is
not a conservative democrat or deuK
oeratic paper in North Carolina that
does not recognize thatthe Alliance
vote is necessary to the success of tho f"
democratic -party. And there is no'
political wisdom in .abusing the order,
and the democrats who associate with
them. 1 venture the assertion that if
this course is continuously and gener
ally persued by the democratic leaders
and the press, that North Carolina will "
be given over to the republicans and
those who do these things will here
sponsible for it -There is much being
sail about who shall go iiito the dem- -oeratic
primaries. VVe believe that' if v
the test that some propose is adhered
to that there will inevitably be a third
party, which would be the saddest thing .'
that lias: befallen North Carolina, and
especially the democratic party, smco
reconstruction day. If you drive men
out of your primaries, how on earth
can you expect them to support vour
nominees Democracy is a rule of -
the people, for the people, and by tho
people. The sentiment of the prima-
ries is the sentiment of democracy, and
when you crush or crump this you
crush, and-crump the democratic party.
We want ta sec harmony 'between
! the press, the politicians and the peo
ple, so that the democratic banner may
continue to proudly wave overour be
loved State, even though it may not
over the nation. The democrat ic party
Call and sbould occupy a favorable po
sition towards-the Alliance. The con- .
servative leaders of the demociatic
party recognize -the justness of thede- .
! mauds made bv the farmers. It was
1 for years made similar demands and"
! insisted that they be heeded. And with
, the strictest consistency the democratic
j at.d Alliance elements can actnd vote
together because in every essential par-
! ;,.,,l;,r the same ir.-ineiides underlv and
i . . - 1 . i
give vitality to both.
I ip ii i " . i . i r
toe junu? . !! r3 Ui 1 I"
, --, V -' "
' course can only result in disaster ana
! defeat- to the democratic party. We.
Spccimcn Cases -B.II.
Clifford, New Cassel, 71s.,
troubled with Keuralgia and Rhcuiatr
tism, his Stomach was disordered, his
j Liver was afTccted toan alarmi
! appetite fell away, and he w:
i reduced in -flesh and strepg
alarm i ng d egree,
lint ties of T'!Uetrifi TJittpra cured him.
j -5..1, ..,1 V.V,.,1 irn.m'DKni.y Til
had a running sore, on - his leg of eight
years' standing. Used three bottle? of
Kiectiic Bitters and seven boxes of
JiaCkleu's Arnica. Salve; and his leg is
soun-d and well.
John Speaker. Catawba. Ohio, had five
large Fever sored on his leg, doctors sail
he was incurable. One liottle Electrio
Bitters and one box Bucklea's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely.
Sold by Theo. F. Kluttz & Co., drug-
A SI'IJKJ ..MEliTCINE.
:oUilr-g ko otno.'-clou3 as P. I, f. for a err eg
rn '-)Si:K at Hits wa. oi, and tor lonlug up, l&lgt
r:itir!f, and us a stroiisftheia r and aypttlzer take
1'. 1". C. Ii ill tr.row elf MalJila, d put jou In
j,'o .1 .vindlUoTi. P. P P. i3lm bjtt snrtng nielT
ctni-in tuo Dri l for the different aUiDtntii the
f loi-a Is ll;i.blo to In the spring.
l"or o'.d sores, Sla Eruptions. Picrles. Ulcers .'
an ! syput'ls. use only P. P. I anJgtt welt and
wj.iy i!w b us: only Co ie ncrtved rrom tbevo
ci P. r. (Prtekiy Asa, Poke lkt andPttasslu to,; .
A t-:e .t sprtrj: rr.etlictne Is P. K Ptbe greatea t
b'.'t t i purliierlu tfic ivorM, ns aosta of people-la
this city wiiere it is ni.iuutacturel can testify.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Ca$tori ;..