this q!ice4ast vwee5 (i .cpriasity; in the
AUGUST 23, 1892.
CT.ni, of the colored Baptist
C!- In IJixouwIle church Tuesday.
i 'dfelK Western traia ! Monday
1 three hours and twenty min-
' . . 1 ' l!,. .lfAIlt -p-f,ill
'ir-lire rem m
. u..,i to shed.
leaves. The trees
.rn.rf.rn of I-
the store u'
Ritchie & CoM have Bold
Earnhardt,- who win
way of an, egg. The large part is pcr-
ctly ormed hut the small end extends
arther than usual. Inside of this, and
perfectly reet was another
recently bought and m
the distillery formerly
-icc6rdint the Winston paper,;
oexcu'raiou will run from that place;
fUbury next Saturday.
The moon changed a few days ago; and
itbouitbtibc change was for the bet
..i brought the much needed ram.
.-lArk of rebuilding Mr. P. Ml
- j.,rrlt'a house on Iunis street which
5 ot ou fire by lightning, has
Ueua. , ' , -
r.,,. Rutledze. for a uumbbr of
a drew maker of this place, died at
mi North Main street this
Boruing. . - .
Chief G: H- Shaver returned
McmpliKTenn., Sunday morning,
- ;.. custody, Jim Heuderson,
jtanda chaffed with murder.
Hou Sam Pembertou has returned to
jltanarle- from Arkansas, where he
wet to defend Judy Burris. The grand
foiled to find'a true bill.
There will be an Edison phonographic
exhibition at the Y. M.C. A. hall, under
the auspices of the association, Monday
nih't- General admission 35 cents.
Mr.J. T. NVyatt h,as opened up his
grange quarry at Stone Mountain, this
county, and in now supplying. Belgian
block for paving the streets of Danville.
Thomas Vinson, the negro barber who
hit Salisbury for Wiustou some mouths
igo, shot and killed another negro at
that place on the 13th inst. Vinson es-
IThahickory wood trade oyer the Yad
kiu road is begin niuglto pick . up. Scv
erl car loads have coine' up that line.
The hickory trade reached considerable
I'roporlioiis last year. . 1 " '
A few days ago we received a procln
B4iou by the governor setting forth
October tli aa..--C-oliunbu.H Day," and
retoiumends thut it bo obScFcd a hol
iily in Norih Carolina " - "r
The Salisbury. bar and vUiting lawyers
t Tuesday hulff a "meeting nml passtul
rtiohitioirs i'ii the life and labors of the
UteJ. W. 3Launej, V. arc ,u liable on
iccouut of lack Juf Kpuce to publish the
There was more rowdyism and 'drunk
(metii'oii tue streets Monday tliun we
hiye seeu for a long time before.f A num
ber of tGose who tried to celebrate Kan
took ou too much enthusiasm, which
they obtaiued from a well known source.
See ad. iu another column' of the Con-
tord Fair, to'be held Septeniber 7th, 8th
hum 9th. .Reduced rates have been -se
cured; from Salisbury it is Go cents for
t-e rouiaf trip. The secretary writes, us
that the prospects for a successful fair
ire good.' ,
uctavius Coke, Theo. F. Kluttz aud
LecS.Overmeu will address the demo
crats at the following times and places:
wins Grove,, August 31st; Salisbury,
September, 1st; Rockwell, September 2d,
Aioemarle, September 3d; Harrisburg,
wsis a. little larger thanhe egg of a par
tridge. ,Uoth eggs had hard shells and
the usual white aud yolk.
An interesting hearing wa3 liad before
Mayor Linn, last night, of the tight be
tween Charles Trayiar and CiydeKri
der4 which tok place Tuesday vning
at Traylor,' mloon. Deadly weapons
were used on both sides, Kriler ivaving
kbrass knacks aud Tiavlor a pistol.
Krider left town and did not appear.
Traylor was bouud over to the Novem
ber term of eourt. - ;
Dr. Peter Brice, who recently died in
Tuskaloosa, Ala, and note of which was
made last Week, was a brother-in-law of
dpt. John Beard, of this place. His
last vibit here was alxnit thirty years
ago, and he went frota here to take
charge of the insane asylum of Alabama,
Tuskaloosa is the old home of the local-
ist of this paper, and he can say that in
the death of Dr. Brice humanity has lost
The Greensboro Reoord of Tuesday has
this to hay of the walking woman who is
headed this way: "Miss Zoo Gay tan t who
is making a walking trip from New York
to San Francisco, arrived last evening
near towu and will hold a receptioul at
Boguri's Hall to-night, givhig a descrip
tive lecture Gf hertiip. She has aver
aged 24 miles a day, but has' yet a dis
tance of 3,287 miles to walk," She will
probably reach Salisbury to-night or in
A few days ago we visited Beall & Co.'s
smoking tobacco factory and watched the
operation of a new tobacco press invented
by "Mr. J. J. Stewart, Jr. It packs the
the tobacco tightly in sacks and does as
much iu two hours as the old press did
n a day. Mr. Stewart has been working
up nis inventiouior some lime past.
Beall & Co.'s tobacco are holding their
own ou tne inarxci. wnue we were
there a box of tobacco was put up for
a party iu Germany.
1 Last 4-day evening CoHrntl fb$g
waslv and e'oyjng iaM uautj good
health, &t Monday oning bin body
lay ooldiu -feath. Iu eompauy with wouua
other gentlemen lie as usual attended
the evening services Sunday in the Luth
eran church. During the sermon he told
fiorac one sitting beside hiia that he
was sicki , Several (Benttcmen " as
sisted him out of church and over to the
parsonage. Physicians were summoned)
but their skill was of no avail. He sunk
fast and died in half an hour. Heart
disease was t'ae cause.
- Col. Heilig was sum. oid resident of Sal
isbury, and - was raised iu the coauty
south of tpwu, He was at one time
judge of the old superior court held here.
He was one of the main pillars of the
Lutheran church of tliis city and con
tributed liberally to Its support. For a
long time he served as one of its officers,
and lias many times' represented the
Lutheran church of this place in the
North Carolina Synod. Col. Heilig was
good and useful citizen and will be
missed. He leaves a wife, three sons
and many relatives and friends.
The funeral was conducted from the
Lutheran church Tuesday morning, by
the pastor assisted by Revs. Bowman, of
Charlotte; Stickley, of Enochille, and
Marks, of Chi na Groy e. The casket was
opened at the church and many viewed
the remaius for tb last time. The body
now lies at rest in Chestnut Hill ceme
. mi !
fie premium lists of the Cabarrus
p ' -
county a. & M. Fair, to be held at Con
wrd5. September 7th, Sth and"9ih, has
lon '...: J 1 .... .-i.
i.tcivcu at tins otnee. rne pre
lum Hat of the Burke County Fair, to
ntWatMerganton, October 11th, 12th,
ana lfth, U also on our table,
v.. 1 -
"noay was a gala day with the de-
Ty of Rowan. Accordinc 'to an
. TH)intn.in o. . .
- w - -v mm v
Pke n the court house. . The room
r; tilled to it utmost canacitv..: li
w Ion speech, telling the nothing
fo ey hu1 eard many times be
1q a rtv a . ' . - -
B ft 7 .J our posamasicr, M r. Jas
imsay, will mke a tour of the
nty on his annual visit to the p6st
,aa required by law. The object
e visits is to examine the books and
rprfc . :.
f '--on ti,e general condition of the
ceaand to giVe any instructions
pessary. - ; . . ;
. r'"wVM. Morris showetl his faith
tJ' Tuesday of last week by walk
,.-e way from Troy, Montgomery
J' a uistance of forty miles, to at
t;;..,the Tuple's party Convention a
Free Tuition at the University.
TheUniveiity offers free tuition to the
following young men: The sons of al
ministers; candidates for. the ministry
bona fide nuolic scnool . teacners, and
those affiliated with bodily infirmity
There arc also sixty free scholarships
(which have been paid for by private
philanthropy) awardable forueedy young
men of talent and character. Surely
here is a chance for all boys who desire
a first-class educatiou. .
We have received a neat little hand
book for use of the students. Four pages
are devoted to the subject, "What to do
ou Entering College.' Copies can bo
CTfe&t is Going on Among the Detcen
cants 01 tne signers 01 ine iJecia
ration of Indepexidence.
The Teachers Institute was brought to
a close last Jbridav. lhe last day was
devoted to public exercises. Prof Grah
am made a practical talk-oil school work,
aud hefllattered Rowan on the progress
he had made. (It will be remembered
that this is the banner county of the
State 111 school -Work lhe institute
closed with short addresses of thanks to
the instructors aud singing the hymn,
'God bo with you till we meet again."
The enrollment of teachers ou the last
day was 116, the largest ever held here.
Much credit is due Prof. Kizer, osii whom
ell the responsibility of selecting hi--
struct or., aud conducting the institute.
jr.-, . C-tirt-w
Rowan Superior Court coijvenexj. Moit-
day-inornhig witli Judge ,. Boy kiiij oni IIhc
bench. Mr. J. Allen Brown is foreman
of the ex-and jury.- Court adjourned
jf ouday aTteruooji for Ransom':, speech
and again yesterday utteruooti for the
So far the following arc the most im
portant cases that luivcbcpn disposed of;
WiU Chance and Caddie Cauble, steal
ing a ride Gauble setenced to two years
iu the penitentiary and Chance 18
months. ' - -
W. II. Jones, obtaining money UTider
false pretense. Two years in peniten-
C jrrespondence of the Watcbman.
Mr. T. C. Parks who is teaching at Sa
lem academy attended the Institute last
Rev. J. D. Shirey, president of N. C.
College, passed through this neighbor
hood last week.
Messrs.' -Will Boggs and George Brown,
of Bethany Academy, spent a night with
friends here lat week.-
Subscribe for the Wxrcuuks and get
Shekles, not ehackle Is what the peo
ples party wUl ffve labor. '
Oh for a little more rain so that we
can get our perturnlpa sowed.
At Long Creak the primary stood 20
democrats and 7 people's party men.
If yew have a JohaU among your friends.
dont sit down and cry about it; be a
Silver was demonetised in 1873. It
will be remonetixed by the people's party
At Huntersville the primary stood 32
democrats and the woods lull of people'
Prof. VV. L. Campbell's school will
open at Derita onr the 19th of September.
Look out for his ad. in the Watchman.
The only case before . his honor the
mayor Tuesday was that of Bob Blake
for being drunk and disorderly; fined
In one lot there are four calves and in
another two young men with their hair
parted In the middle. How many calves
' According to the, primaries so far heard
from in the county Mecklenburg will
send 17 men to the House and 3 to the
We haye talked to farmers from vari
ous parts of the county and they tell us
that cotton has-been very much damaged
by the continued dry spell.
Several families from Morning Star
and other townships would have re
turned from the mountains this week
but they did not go to start with.
In Spain no greater indignity can be
put upon a man than to call him
drunkard. Why dou't our -boasted ac
cidental civilization thus construe such
Six poor unfortunate human beings
were before the mayor Monday morning
un I fined Four of them were fined
f r being drunk. Where did tbey get
Oue of the representative men of the
county asked us to tender a vote
thanks to the Observer for the Sunday ed
itorial. He said it had strengthened the
people's party in his township,
Mr. C. M. Coffiu, a well-to-do farmer
presented us this week with a large cat.
if .tfee meu in Mecldeaburir.int.w'l
.l . - - ' . o
UWfl aa-nes nave appealed in; the Char
lotte papers for the past two weeks as
good law makers, they would fill the
State home and the osvlum both until
their feet would be titr.nn- ,., .u.
-viMfi vuv ov I UC
It was because of the private interest
of such men as V. W. Carn?gie that the
two old parlies fought off the Pinkertou
investigation resolution of Tom Watson
m Congress. It was because ot the me
nace to liberty that the national conven
tion of the people's party declared for a
disbandment of this private Pinkerton
standing army which moves only at the
command of selfish capital. Toiler.
The Executive Committee of tho Pv.
pie's party of Mecklenburg eounty will
meet at the Watchman office iu Char-
otte ou September 2d, 1892, at 11 o'clock.
T A -
J. A. WILSON,
Misses Macrzie aud Nora Cauble spent
a f'ewv days' visiting relatives in Salisbury . taloupe. We aked him what variety it
was and he said we could call it what we
pleased so we did not call it Cleveland,
Politicians have turned a deaf ear to
the people's demand for political reform,
A cream ot Urtar baUnr Powder. lUsrhest of all
tn leajentng strength.-Uktt U. 8. Vvtrmvvnt
r ood Report.
ICoyil BAirxo Powder Co., 104 Wall St, N.Y.
Sji 4 4
Get into line history class and let me
hear from you.
-When was Adlai Stevenson elected
A. In 1879.
Q. Did he go into the democratic cau
A. He did not.
Q. Did he rote for a democratic
A. He did not. .
How did be vote? Having qualified as administrator upon the
A. He voted with General Weaver e8lttle ueuol aiHer, dee'd, all petona hav
In nearly everv oronosition tlmt m Ln VimB Atl ,a'a r0 reby ti
- I ilcU
For Politics and Drugs.
All parties supplied with "political informa
tion free of cbarcre and the mmt innmut
remedies kept ready to counteract all bad
effects. In fact, vou can mt tor .-t.r
usually kept in a first-class' Drug store.
UT. 4. H. ALEXANDER,
Physician and Druggist,
No. 15 S. College street, CharlotU, Ji. C.
to present them for payment oa or before
the 20th day of July, 1893, 0 this notice will
u pieu 10 uar 01 meir recovery. All persons
29 EAST TRADE ST.
Mr, Lee S. Overman spoke nt Salem
Academy last Friday c veiling to an au
dience of alout forty, about one third of
them being people's party men. He de
livered an able and patriotic speech in 1
behalf of democracy. Mr. JVH. McKeii- Jaud persist therein, will after a while
ie then tried to say a few Wordu in be- learn that it is too lata, to .dodio ib
1 r p - 1 1 . r t -
nan 01 1 ne oeioocraiic nominees on tne
Two ye.irs in '
Il .... .1 1 - r . 1 '
fc. o icu n cu 10 ne int. Hiime
VuL Tlle feat is the more rcmarkablJ
i!j i. tnat' ie is sixty-seven years
. wuipiiny win sen
John Williams, larceny
Jenny Finger, larceny.
yet passed. -
Lily Johnson, larceny.
Einiline Hairston, larceny.
not yet pronounced.
,The murder caije of John Stowe ts
being tried to-day. The Jim Henderson
murder case will doubtless cbno up to
day. Congressional Convent jot).
The democratic convention of the
seventh congressional conventional dis
trict was held in the court house in this
place yesterday afternoon. M. II. Pin
nix, chairman executive committee,
called the house to order and appointed
J, L. Scales, of Iredell, temporary chair
man and J, R. Whiohard secretary, Ou
call Of rqll all counties i were found repre
sentedt Committees oil platform i tftid
Ipermancnt organization werc'kptibiutcd.
The latter committee reported as follows:
For permanent chairman, J. G. Hall, of
Catawba; for secretary, J. It. Whichard,
and all representatives of democratic
papers present. A dispute arose as to
how many votes each county was entitled
to. This was referred to a committee.
Resolutions were passed endorsing the
Chicago convention and platform and
the candidates put forth there; also the
Stale platform and the candidates put
forth at Raleigh. 'Hi ey also endorsed
the course of Hon. John S. 'Henderson.
Nomination for Congress was next in
order.- Hon. John S. Heuderson was
nominated by acclamation.
- For presidential elector for the seventh
tcoutity and State ticket. '
Uom .million services will be held at Ha
teuijou the second Sunday in September.
Kev;. C. A.- Marks will hlj the pulpit on
Sunday. Preaching also on Saturday
I Bothany xVcadeuiy.
Correspondence of the Watchman.
ijessrs. 'Blown, Boggs and Kestler, of
the academy, took iu the institute last
Mr:C L. Brown cured his first barn of
tobacco several weeks ago. His entire
crop is very good. !
M r. James Faggart, of Cabarrus county,
entered the academy Monday.
Mr. J. Rufus Fisher, of Heilig's Mill, is
remodeling his dwelling.
Mr. E. B C. llainbly is building an
other large. harn, U0x90 feet, in which to
house his cattle.
Mr Robert Smith, the hickory wood
man, has put his hands to work in this
section again. Several car loads were
shipped from Rockwell last Monday.
He ships a load nearly every day.
The literary society at the academy is
in progress now. It meets on Friday
night of each week. The members are
divided into two groupes; one read and
declaim, the other debate.
1 he people's yarty is growing very fast
I in this county. At the joint discussion
r 1. ...'. vr. it i 1 o ... 1
uc twee 11 Mr. neuuerso.i uuu iur. ouuioru
last week there were about ten people's
part y men t o every one democrat. If the
whole of the seventh district is as solid as
old Rowan, Mr. Henderson will not go
back to Congress.
The convention of the W. H. & F. M.
Society at St. Peter's last week was
evidently the most enthusiastic meeting
ever held in the State. A report from
the treasurer liowed that $v00 had been
contributed for the cause of missions in
the past year. Revs. C; A. Marks, L. K,
Probst and W. A. Lutz addressed the
convention on Wediteeuiy; and Uev J:Q.
Weinz iiiid Rev. R. B. Peery," a missionary
to Japan, on Thursday. They had a
very long ami pleasant letter from Rev.
J. A. B. Scherer, of Tekio, Japan, also.
o 'nnampment at Washington
tetnher 20th, at the following
iTv 8a,Wn".v, $10:35; Charlotte,
"the atcsvl,,?rtll:20. Tickets' good
K& ,Ve8lilmle train, Stoj-overs jil-
leiHucralic clubs at
Mqqiiesville, N. C, Aug. 23.
Mr .Eilitor; Will you allow me space
in your paper to correct a mistake o to
where I stand in regard to the political
issues 01 ine uay; EMnce my nomination
by lhe people's party for register of deeds
ol Iredell county some oue has circulated
a report, without foundation, that I yet
favor republican principles. There could
be no greater mistake. True, I always
voted the republican 'ticket until last fall;
about that time I declared myself iu fa
vor of reform, and also declared that I
I would never vote with either f lh old
district the'names of II. S. Puryear. of parties agaiu. If the readers of the
Cabarrus, L. C. Caldwell, of Iredell, and I Watchman will remember, I declared
A Leazar, of Rowan, were presented to ! mvse,f through its columns that I would
t:,e convention. On to tbWWIot A.'j Tot T&r .5y
JLeazar was ivomiiiated. of the Omaha platform and pray for its
jir. iieuuerson came lorward and in a supremacy irom ivipua loumega.
l'lP tickets to person! attending snort speech acceptel the nominatiou.
mi r - .
ine louowing h the executive com
mittee' elected for the. ensuing two years:
P. B. Means, Cabarrus; W. H, Williams,
Catawba; M. H.-pinnix, .Davidson; E. II.
Morris, Daviej A. D. Watts, Iredell; B. C.
It. V. TUAKP.
and I)au-iODl -i,coluJ.R.BIair, Moutfi
deduced rates lso be given ' a Jj Pemherton, fetiftily; R. C. Pui
The clerk of the lepubljcan congres
sional committee says, the force bill is
i dead issue. The only reason why it
was a dead issue in tlje present Congress
was because the House was democratic.
ryear, The silver hill wna n AmA :.ii ; t..
M, . . . . - ...... ..M .ODMV 111 Vll
VH, iHint was re-elected lasttongress for the same reason -Ik.
i catisc the Hou-e was democrat jc.
lightuiug aflcr hearing the thunder.
.We tender Mr. J. P. Alexandi.r a ris
ing vote of thuijks for n nice basket ol
grapes and peaches. ' He t-aid they were
pure people's party, but with the help of
some democrats we ma.uaged to gobble
them down. .
The people's party convention of the
sixth congressional district met in ses
sion at Rockingham on the 19th and nom
inated Dr. A. A. Mayuard, of Anson, for
Congress and W. D. Edmonds, of Robe-
son, was cnosen elector.
The next time you offer a silver dol
lar to any merchant, business man or
tradesman, ask him whether he takes it
at its 70 cent commodity value or its 100
cents dollar representative value. Just
try it to see what he will say.
Married, on Sunday afternoon at five
o'clock, at the residence of Mrs Scroggs,
on North D street, Miss Cora L. Erw'n
t Mr. C. W. Steed. Miss Erwin is the
adopted daughter of Mrs. Scroggs. Rev.
George Page performed the marriage
Dr. J. B. Alexander and family, J. P.
Sogsamon and family, Frank Neal and
family have gone to the watering places
this summer; also J. N. -Patterson and
family, Nick Gibbon and family and J.
McHolbrooks and family have npt gone
to Blowing Rock.
. ' v v. r.
Eight senators? of., the hvnt ' legislature
have gone over to the People's party.
Green, of Wakf Awater, of, Chatham;
Allison, of Granville; White," of Perqui
mans; Wilcox,' of Moore, Durham, of
of Cleveland, and Freemafi.rofiWilson.
We heard some as profaire swearing
last Saturday as we have heiird' in forty
years. Jt was in front of the cdtirt house
and in presence of some of 'the officials,
and it was laughed at. It is a good deal
owing to who is doing the swearing and
what it is about whether it is to pay for
The veterans from Iredell, Lincoln and
Cleveland counties passed through Char
lotte several days ago on their way home
from the encampment on the coast.
Most of them took the morning trains,
though some remained ..until the after
noon and the sights of Charlotte were
not the least jjleasurable part of the en
joyment the latter had while ou their
Some of the large dailies had some
thing to say about the Laby reformer.
3Ir. Johnston said he was at a loss to
know why the blue stocking hay seeders
did not put up one of their own number
to reply to the baby speakers. He says
they get a hump on their back and a
back number Clevelaud hat on their
head and heel it to town and get the
the bosses to send the ablest lawyer they
... a..4 tmt na.iinst the baby when-
. 41 If II MU f' - B
lever they fiud oue is going to sjH-ak.
up in Congress.
Q Is he a democrat?
A.-0h. ,es. He' stn-ddlc of the !ie?'t' " nV?. "ke
i. li n wIa --..11- . I .3 I
vuupuug nio mm yievciiiuu.
Q. What kind of democracy did Jef
ferson, Jackson and Benton teach?
A. Rigid economy should govern the
expenditure of public funds.
Q. What did they say about gold?
A. Ihey said that gold and silver
should be coined upon a parity.
What did they say about the cur
' A. They said that Congress has the
sole right to create and regulate a na
tional currency and cannot delegate its
prerogative to private corporation.
Q. How does this compare with the
Cleveland democracy which the bosses
are trying to cram down the throats of
the people? 1
A. There ! is as much difference as
there is between the Mills bill and the
Sermon on the Mount.
Q- What are the militia being trained
A. To keep down the slaves that are
being created by corporate greed.
Q. What does Uncle Sam charge for
carrying 150 pounds of paper from New
York to San Francisco?
Q. What does the corporation charge
for carrying a man weighing the same, on
the same train and to the same point?
Q. Why is thie?
A. Can't tell you.
Harness and Collars.
And Dealers" in
LEATHER AND SADDLERY
IN ALL ITS I RANCHES.
CHARLOTTE, - - N. a
- . Mention ttte Watchman.
THE GREY SCHOOL'
For Boys" and Girls..
The next session of tbs school will bepia .
August 23df 1892, aim close May 2Mh, 1853,
making it possible for young men to attend the
School the whole term aud get home in lime to
aid in working the crops. The work is thor
ough, the rates reasonable and the discij-liu
tbitd but firm. For further information, writo
for catalogue to
H. A. (JKEY; Principal,
Huntersville, N. C, i v
SALEM FEMALE ACADEI1Y,
Oldsst Peaala Collega ia the South.
The 91st Annual Session bc-gins Settember
1st, 1892. " Regt3ter for lait year Special
features: Tb Pkvklopm e.t or II 1 a ltii,Ch in
Acraa asdIxtellkct. BuliUnjfs throrou,ghly
remodelled. Fully equi tpe4 Preparatory, Col-
legiate aud Post Graduate' Dcjtarjmcnts, be
sides first class schools in Mrsic,'. Art, Las-
GCA0E3, KLOCCTtPji, CoSMKttCUL KI IkDlS-;
THIAL bTCDIKS. Vl f
JOIIX 11. CLEWELLj rrincipaj,
Brown, Weddington & Co, W.H.& R.S.TUCKER & CD.
RALEIGH, N, C.
We are to-d.iy keeping the
For Ladies who will leave homo Ihi
Blacksmith and Carpenter8, Tools, Summer, we have provided many goods
- ' and wares suitable for traveling or uso
And Qlher :
BARBED WIRE, AND STAPLES,
Fence "Wire of all kinds.
Bnbbcr and Leather BslUng
all size3 and widths.
Cotton Planters of the Best Makes.
Harrows, Cultivators, Hoes, Shovels,
l'lows, Jfiow stocks, and in fact,
everything used by the Far
mer, Blacksmith and
Call and see us, we want your trade.
BROWN, WEDDINGTON & CO.,
29 Eant Trade St reet,
at Seaside or Mountain
BLAZER SUITS-SKiRTSrNU BLA-.
DRIVING AND RIDING GLQYES,
WATERPIIOOP OVEIffJA RMEXLI, WALK
ING Shoes.-Trunks, BAs,.CAN.Via
TELESCOPES, GlUfS,, 7S
OUT - OF - TO WIT OKPtERS
receive the most careful attention.
People's I'arty Convention.
The convention of the people's party
of Mecklenburg county met in the court
house in Charlotte on last Friday at
11 a. m. Was called to order by N. Gib
bon, chairman, and R. B. Alexander was
made chairman. J. P. Alexander was
then made permanent chairman aud
W. G. Steele aud W. B. Alexander secre
taries. The roll was then called and
responses came from all but three pre
Nominations were next in order. On
motion oue man from each voting pre
cinct was appointed a committee to rec
omineud candidates tor the various
An adjournment was had until 1 o'clock.
At that hour the chairman called the
convention to order. The election of
on executive committee was then held.
with the following result: Charlotte,
Box 1 T. N. Cooper, Box 2 W. R. Solo
mon, Box 3 J. A. Saftley, Box 4 Joe
Hutchison; Berryhill, H. A. Springs;
Sharon, J. K. Rankin; Providence, Box 1
J. S. Grier; Clear Creek, C. J. Bigger;
Crab Orchard, Box 1 C. L. Junker, Box 2
J. R. Utley; Mallard Creek, Box 1 F. E.
Query, Box 2 W. J. McConnell; Deweese,
C. E. Boat; Lemleys, E. H. Davidson;
bong Creek, J. A. Wilson; Paw Creek,
T. L. Love; Morning Star, J. C. Stewart;
Huntersville, J. N. Patterson.
The nominating committee reported
and a vote was taken on the-various
names presented, resulting in the nomi
nation of the following ticket:
For Senate T. L. Vail, by acclamat'n.
For House N. Gibbon, W. G. Foard,
W. G. Steele, by acclamation.
For Sheriff W. D. Harry, by acclama
tion. Register of Deeds R. W. Sossaman.
Treasurer T. H. Ryne, by acclama
tion. Coroner T. M. Carr, by acclamation.
Surveyor J. J. McCVaveii, by accla
mation. On motion, R. W. Sossaman's nomina
tion was made unanimous.
A motion was put and carried that if
any- vacancy occur on the ticket the
executive committee be empowered to
rill the same.
Gibbon, Ford and Steele were then
called out. They came foward and made
short meeches of acceptance.
There being no further business the
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorlal
10.000 Farmers to call at the Charlotte Ifonse,
28 X. Tryon street. Located in the business
centre 100 yards from the public square. Best
l a-day Hotel in the state. I keep out the
darkness and the flies both by electncitj.
W. i. MUOKEjJ'rop.
CASH with the ordeo of $X0 oir
mor, we will delivcc jioods frets (except
Charlotte, N. C. Furniture and Crockery), to the iM-ui'st,,
express viuce or ruuroiMi siuuioii.
. Raleigh N . C
Mention the WiUchman when you write.
The Third Party.
We are still at our oM stanj
While some neoole are talkintr politics we
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are offering bargains. Best grade table udjon .Main Street. Where WO IiaVO
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ciom uc: iroou 1. uu.reu.is, joc up: 111 inbi.
black batecn and bilk, 8ac uj; Mens' dollar R0lnr.f cfnol: of Wliclu fllofkM
Sl.irfj nthors sr.i tn ..8: Moennito Nets a SULCI blOCK Ol 11 it r, !)( K,
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A great bargain in Fans, LacesJIandkerchiefs, Spectacles, atltl Sill kllKlH (it JlIKi-
and Stockings, Table Doylies 25c per doien up; . .
Towels at f.0c on the dollar. The best $1.50 JcWClrV OU liaiHl-4lt HlO iOW(!St
r.i .1 t . . . If! Ou ..... I. I V
JMioes in me ouue; uiioru lies ooi-, wunu
Everything marked in plain ngurf s and one
low price to all. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Give uaa call.
HARRISON & CO.,
3 doors below 1st National Bank,
Charlotte. .... N. C.
Watch repairing a special! v
All work guranteed 12 mouthy.
V J ' ORAH.
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CONCORD, N. C.
Sept. 7th, 8th and 0th, 1892.
Something to Interest and amuse all. Trotting
and luniilug rae38 each Ly. lilccle races, muie
races. Tournament, etc. Kxcuislou rales uu rail
lOads. Aduns-Jon only 25c. tverj tyviy ovue.
IS KING OF MOWERS.
Tlie "Buckeye" excels in Simplicity, Durability, Light Dr-ift, fin al Culiii.'
E'nwer, and perfect Pitman Rod and Omiu ctions. Wi ti- Uupkeje Muwos
in car loml lots and can give rock lQttoin prices. - .
We are liadfjuaiters for rep-iirs of ull Kinds of AJowefAniV Ifj-ajH'.rs.
We keep a full line of
Call and .84 c usr wriu. 1. sr.pnies bere
at low prics. Flur a spcjaliy.
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