. nt News" ia ntrriin and
,3 w - vicinity. , ,
Messrs. Holmes & Miller liave received!
an order from a firm in I3remeu,Gei many, !
F.T 3L l:irrp. Int. P- I .citoma - M"l-if
.stems arc boiled and a wash is made
w.iich cures the hecf of fvCaU. Ti e
freight charges on .lo&J pounds toUreimga
.is only $S50. , . .
Tbe county commissioners metia r,e- The roan who reported to the Observer
Mo. i day
I;tIAY,.OCT. C, I8i2.;
night " a roan hurrahed for
Weaver and oolite a crowd of boy start
ed after him, but he hid. Wto could not
fi-.'O a skru of a Dolicernan durin'r nl' this-
XT.. .4 . t. r. -. " ! i " -
meeting to-night at the Baptist
. fl l.i lr.il
."Shut the door
'ckiS Ion- polo r-vhicb
Sjitc-t. tUe.mosti.tiie purest at Sim-.
- Y. - ii ,."., ,.r. i:i.t itm '
(M inn to Le the most popular.
;;,,:, .f the Isold's Supper
Vifci1' at the Baptist church
icemen's Rally t Y. M. C. A.
. i- A f.ill. iilli-mlfinrp i
. r.'.t. -l.,fr f-.il frt
1,"5 "lilliU !' v iv
im.scofthe low prices at Go.
U I T ' lU a
" v . . .
iln ' nt the
. i . .i ninv ,n'it fiirin on
r. -. i' c i l.i, si ..... .t .
IW 'Suy Ul l'" ."
f .V, Miller, Gcu'l Secretary of
. Y )!. Cr A- of this' place letunud .
-a .Vlioviile Mouday ni-ni.
iv,,. and organs ' sit factory prices
iii:i-.;'t;i,.v icnnstit 5eo, W. Wright's
ji' 'Jda l;uruiviire House.. "
Work v. .II ?hov le eomnieneed on lny
; i,v,j -i i dU'l fr 'in Wood leaf to Uie ntw
yuikvi1'' road in Fraukliu. , "
()V, Utile I'jue to renew. Your name
vi'll 'be dn-ppi off if iiot.-atlendfed 'to.
Bring i" e'lub'with your own uaine.
A Key- Ir- Cr,'sil:i'r xvrs cfojfsing the
nv inttilTis tuy, .instantly killnm him.
Tbere iwer mi f erviees in the Mctho
diktlreh uuday . mM'ing or night.
Pr. LciLh, live pastor Leifiig down with
;, . Ktnni! Hall at t hi- J? air g
V e must say that such is a shame for
any eiviiizjd CDiuuiuuitj, and it is lit only
for ea vanes.
Mr. It. P. Mayo went up to Hickory
last week toitteud the death bed of his
granddaughter Nellie, the daughter of
Mii and Mrs. D. C. Coiling. Nellie was
ahnut five year.- old. The immediate
Cause of her death was a hem mora ge
brought on hy diptheria. Mrs. Colliits
has another daughter down witldiplhc-
Cards are out for the marriage of Mr
W. J ruff, of Kaleih, to Miss Julia Evelyn
Gralvam, daughter of Mnj. W. A. Gra
ham, of Lincoln county. Mr. Huff is the
superinteudant of the street railway in
Raleigh, land is a very popular gentle
tpan. ' j ' - A
No sir, -we never refuse wedding cake
when it is sent in
guhur monthly session Monday. The that he saw Richard Ilazor and M 'l,
What is Go to ou Amcrff the Descen- OIliy -Portant uusmess transacted was Ulauton at a meeting in Mr. Brady's pri
dants f the Signei'S. the Decla- 'the appointing of judges of the Novem-; vato office last Saturday is a more mali
ration of IttdeTcsiieiice. : her ehct.on. ThU occupied some timt cious liar than old Auaufas w-aa for An-
. and Wtt lilllo tnariu f thne for olhfr ania-t vaa trvinsr to Kiitw Wi,n !
r.,,fniw f. W! Ytiii'vn lu imi roost, business. The mtoiulmeuts for some" and Iheotlur tiling IUI r k;. ii .wt """ vu? cbvar
, j .. . ' -vv-Bim pv4lCiaua. u Lau U joiUt UlscUSaiwU at
Mint llillf N. C- -
Correspondence of Waicamau.
Ekitoct As I have not seen any
thtu iru uaa part of itio uuioit in your
VuluuUle paper lor some tiiuo, 1 win arop
a uoic. ' ahuui ui no liuo bcru i a scar-
paits of the county are dais.es. The done u ou a crctlit of ; Oday. He would ' iluuuso iurc jiaturUa me -iu. i'n
iicople'd party wfere ignored, only where jmake-a good captain for a rotten egg . vwi . u. . cieio aud N.
- they could not! help themselves. In : batalion. Cant you uet un one 'and iM..ftoUf peojte party candidates for Ibe
Charlotte they appointed for the repub
Subset ibe to the Watch m a ti , only
cents to the end of the year.
Gov. Holt to-dav appoiuted.S. I Knee- j licans one white man and seven negroes,
It county, a notary public, three of whom cannot read nor write.
2. H." A. Larn-
The Richmond & Danville Railroad
will tell tickets to the Almaucc County
Fair at But lingtonN. C, and return at
following -rates from points named:
Tickets on talc October "10th Tlo 14 inclu
siverlimited returning October 16lh, '12.
From Raleigh $120; Henderson, fl.GO;
Durham, c5,etK.; Greensboro. 05 ets;
Winston-Salem, $1.(0; Salisbury, $LoO.
Rales from intermediate points iu sanie
Iist Thursday night the usual quiet of
SaljrtLury was disturbed by the cries of
hie, and hastening down we found that
Mr. A. A. Shepherd's house was on fire.
The hose company did as.. well as they
could under the circumstances, but there
vuts no order, and everybody thete acted
os captaHi We need a better drilled
fire compaiy,ai;d a captain with as much
authority as is uuully vested in the cap
tain oi a fire company, and who will use
it. , .
The Richmond .& Danville Railroad
will tell tickets to North Carolina Stale
Agricultural Fair, Raleigh, N. CVand re
turn atTollowing rat is from )oints nam
ed: Tickets include one ad mission to
.Fair Grounds, and must be Mampcd "ly
proper agent at t Iil Fair grounds before
beiiij valid tor. retiiiJi passage. Char
lotte, 4 10; Concord, $3.70: Salisbury,
hrtf.L-0- High Point, $2 50; Greeusboro,
i $2 70; lia-rlinton, $1.76; Durham, $l.G0;
Schna, $1 GO; Golditoro, $1.50; Oxford,
land, tif I rede
Four Presidential electors on the Dem
ocratic ticket in Mississippi have resigued
and joined the people's party.
Are 5S,000,000 brave white, men afraid
of 7,000,000 blacks ruling them? Say,"
Rud.ask the. old soldiers that question.
.... ' " i
A solid South means practically a solid
North. In that event the odds are over
whelmingly against the Soutbv Chris
'""The force bill and the tariff of course
will play their partfThe more-ignorant
The voterasare, of course,lhe more these
questions-will stir them, especially the
Mr. Rufus Smith, a well known farmer
of Lodo was struck by an engine on the
Air Line road yestei-day morning about
2:30 o'clock, aud received injuries from
vhich he will die.
Butt's panorama tent has beeu pitched
in Huntersville this week, and loafers are
happy. They get out in the shade with
thejr mouths open and look at it until
th6 suu drives them away.
Mecklenburg County Alliance meets
wilhTIopcwell Alliance on Tuesday the
13th day of October at 10 o'clock. Sub
AUianccs'will take due notice and gov
ern themselves accordingly.
We saw Mr, W. J. Craig, of Morning
Star township, in the street this week re
tailing homenade syrup at forty-five cents
per gallon. He informed us that he had
about l,f00 gallons ou hand.
ihp lulH ei Oc tober, 18
bunltj l'risitU'iit. ! : " .
(Hir nndcrs are asked to read the ad-wtisements-and
pat ronijse t he. men w hp
r.dvuii'-r "Tl-.ose who donot may not
A rciuioilUe appointed for the ur-po-e
-n l aiul tltew up. a i cw church
,,,vri,:u,t for the L;;i JiH thurch last Sat
urday iifurtioon. . -
llr. M. C Quu.n-has 1 e if- arpwinted ; .',Q; Uw-oluUnu t'l.50;i AsheviUe, $0,10
r-ist inr in !soi.lh Ward in place -ol Jj.-u-uu, $5.10; S'.fiiesvilic, $o 70:" "msion-
T.H.;Vai:d;i-f-rd, who" ca-nnot tei vc on . "itJciWrf $2 70; Wiikesboro, $4 GO; Run.l
JiiHl. $G10; iUkisvine,
from iutei media be points- in Mnue.propor'
tioij:' lilies of sale, Oetober 17th to 2Isi,
account f tu-iness.
Fhc ff' tchetcd scarf has passed , awr.y
t . I I i -i I. , ,1,. (V.m i 1 1H 1 1 Mi I I i i
" It- II
(,f mn' delicate- tinted rit.bon. en.
Altriii -r y-EH, we wear scarfs.
U.- W . Viakl It'HI WIN DC HI fi'lis-
U:rv. ut Mt. Vernon Hotel oil Thursday j Vife'-Preshl-ui spoke here last -Fridav
Oi-oluT 'JOdi lor one flay olii i irenee
limited to eye, ear, nose and UiroaL.
Ciil't. J.A. itainsay, jinder the direc-
tioiA.f l'ostuiastei General WMti.in",al;er!avitie ai)oUl 75 vtilid(.s in lhe pro.
Fit Id , People's I'arty nouiinee for
a lai'e m.d enthusiastic crowd of people.
A proees-joii was formed and marched
; down Alain st reel dut to Harrison Move.
i . L '
Rotten egging and calling honest peo
ple goats, ignoramuses, blockheads,
cranks,, fools, weak minded and such con
temptible cowardly epithets will advance
your cause rather slow, gentlemen-.
So long as there is a "barrel" the
g. o. p's will not despair. So long as
people love personal gain more thau
country or humanity, the g. o. p's will
make use of the barrel in politics. Tulan
Jtjust liaisneci ton r oi in-edoo o. ;.ssiollj by acUlal .ouut ut lho groun(Js
llie poston.nres uiroug uo t w ... . ; .ld tiierp about 24 horsemen. It
Gov. Tims. Holt, who was to have ad-
i . i t' .. i : .1 ...... O . ...1 ..
(irt'ssed i ne peopie. oi aiisuuij i".uiu,i ,
Oct. 8ili, haS cancelled all his appoint-
mcnts on account of his brother's death.
A"pa n t on i i.m ic fa r ce com edy en fill ed
:."Kajiika". will J) presemel at the opera
houe-Friday night. The pref s'all. over
the country peik of it inl ine most glow-
Jag terms. 4
Hon.R B. Glenn .addressed; the people!
ofsulisdmiy in th4 court house Monday
Bight. Bonfires were made.V A good
deal enthusiasm' was shown, hut jcr-
hps.lhat'Wasall, - - -. J -
Mr. A. C.Shuford, the people's party
candidate-for Congress gave us a pleas
anteall last Saturday. Ile ivports cheer
ful pn-spects from -Stanly, where he has
Ueu -piieakinsr.. '
Piedmont Alliance Fair opened Tues
day. The crowd w as jnpt; very lare.
There were horse and bicycle racesv The
Pilgrim Cornet Band, 'e hear, is to fur
aitfi the music.
Some of our friends jre ineliued to-put
too much partisan matter rn their letters.
was rumored that the man who had the
flag wuu'il not be allowed to carry it
through the si reefs, but he carried it
ju.v,ihe sau.e and no one tried to molest
him. Marion Butler was the first speaker,
and was cheered repeatedly. Then Air.
Field spoke He asked ail who had vot
ed for Geii'l. Weaver when he run ou the
Greenback ticket to. stand up, and but
two stood up, but when be asked for all
'those who would vote for him ou the peo
ple's party ticket to stand up, about the
whole crowd rose. -
Correspoa icnee of Wutchmau.
Gathering eorn-and sowing-wheat will
soon come into dike.
iiivdy partisan.. This is not a party
Twq more liquor licenses were granted
Uae coinmissiouers meeting Monday.
i was bad enousrh before, when a lady
,couM not go to her destination without
crn&sing and "re-prqssing the street, but
low what will it be?
! f The directors of the fair received a let-
lie will not
lo ino hhui tae
Vbrk on liie new Alethodisl )arsonage
lu 'progress now.
Air. and Airs. Robt. Poole are spending
a luoiitti iujjuiry eouuiy.
xMi s. iiav ie u. iiotsiiouser has returned
from the Lea tin giving br-oeZcs oi Biuw-
! iug itocdi mucii improved in Her heaiili.
Iii 1 ui Grove alliauee ordered about 2G0
worth of guano liii week 1io,Oj estate Ous-
" u,c a-ways.T gi.au ,ro ncai iipur . f ucw collou JaaL1,dav.
put pUs.sd do n.ot maVe your letters of- jgiu mueb ibis year, owti.j;
ol ine crop.
1 be creamery is still progress t but
slow. jNoue ol our larmeis are furtiis,b-
nUk. I bey say Lbe price l.i too low
andtbey canooL allord to Uo su. i
luc.iiiiiumuuc oocieiv w iti nave a
public debute at lhe academy oil Friday
I uiglkt. Question; Ke&oived, that all in-
.loicaiinii uriiLkS should be irohibiiel.
Ibe democrats have at Fast" succeeded
In ialiiil ll.eir 11. ;ii tt..ii itiii i ..-,
'"apra a sharper North offering, them ' hoisted i7o loot poio last 'inursda jabu
w ft) for tile w,ivileTTei1of putting games 11 lot'ti il0uut all toe dceiund meii tbe
tfciaWand luinjrl complete coiUroP. !ialu Uo iL 1oc' alc UuL idea-
h lsame, but we are glad to note that the TheGoid llui mm, ii!i
along lu Us uual qutel Way. Fiuia leo
lo bitecu hands only, have employ mctit
now. Reports are out to lhe eiictt that
shy' wii.lgct ou "auothei- "boom" au
cany day. A Air. WoodrobcViLiondou,
Lugiaiiii, sy have been iuformeL win
euoo at nve,, w ho willyiuspeet me oahe.
The hummer lei m ol iieihany academy
ctoces next Friday, feepiUiber GOin,
1 here will be,a aeallou of one mouth;
alier wuich,"tiie second term opens anu
will coutniue ior live mouins. Ouiv
i'.hi Salisburv. and w ill conduct servi- 1 three siuucuts horn other uiairicts have
a . ' i . .....
is promptly refused.
mor has it that Mr. J. B. Sheets,
has beeii on a "tare" quito recently
commit suicide last Friday evcu-
lDo. The suicidal iutent is denied hdw
fvep, it is claimed that he shot at a plank
w that the bullet glanced and hit himr
W. 11. O.iIcp. A.ssi.-laut State Si-cre-
.J Of till Y W i h ivill CM!,,!. Sn.r.
- . . .... . 1 v. t, lllj
w v iii u.,r...i .1 . -ii- t- .
' Li t -
:nt i-ittv -ttfi ..'..' Mroeeu oecuiiU so Iai : out inuicatioiis ale
MU iv,.Vi,,.r ..n, Vt'i..f lUut neie w uijlie quiiu a uumoer lirut-
r, i.t..U..,mM V'..VJI- ItlHlai.LC tlll IVI,,I..- A 1,1. .41, 1 .ii i.l-l- .....
- A mi wii a a . V4
VuniuCA, a- well organized cuctety na.-
oecugfetleu up itceuny, w hien uie
TI ''' I 2i lil ti i!5 t I rllUi I ll 11 1 f V i.rl i.nl.I'Ml tuui..i it.
irll i n,,1B,or winter, wiih its hain or exieiupu.anecus uiscuioo, ana lJr dun
c'iiti,t i t:4"u,1 "' i'0ic m m paiilaUKiiiaTy toiuisanu tneil u.--es;
fit til fi , 5bu,'t.i. -ihe ;Drlfjgist,,? ' Aaa iuaneimo,ie, lile buudin- i iu be
I - 1 I II I it .l a.m..
-lkm- . 7 ' c- K U " cquiiunance euiargeu. luoOabiy at. once. Priucinal
"Hvi, , r'"" -.' a conutieuce iwiaiociv wilt dou little dibininiag-tlur
'ah-iVi : "W1 1141 I'iciMircrt wb:cb u& vacliu we iuiu;v
. "MM tlllior Si. 1U. till .- .
' Inch meets in Shell, v ibe U ta lfi
...... v .... - - i
I'St. . :
The democratic county commissioners
of Mecklenburg have appointed seven
neio judges for ChaTlotle township.
The whites are sealed and are hiding
out. Go to Georgia iy.d fc get the egg
'T arn one of those w ho believe that the
force bill only exists in the minds of a feW
rabid r publicans,andiin the mindof tdi
tor Dana and -many campaign oratoi
who but for that would be out of
aiuii.uiilioii, sky rockets aud lireci ackers.
jS'aui - Jotica.
We see Messrs. AIcDowe'.l and Hart is
will uJ to Gilead church next Friday to
tell the dear old farmers how I hey shew Id
iniHi. llw l.Ii.ve Mini wliieli I'.nW fives t b e
p.. . - -
butter milk. They will be met with de
feat as usual. It is a light job, or has
been so far,, to refute their arguments.
There was a grand rally of people
party men at Pine Grov.e last Friday
fiiuht. Messrs. Gibbon andlFord, two oS
next legislators from this county were
present ami made good -speeches. Mr.
Hugh Harris shelled a while, but it fell
like water ou ducks backsT I did not
know which one of tbe boys he was when
they let up on him.
It is a very shrewd business measure
for both old parties to be running the
Government printing office and folding
room through the -entire summer at ex
tra pressuie, to get out their election
buncombe. But it has some well, some
rather depressing fea4ures. yho pays
the bill ?: Exchange.
One of the most hopeful political signs
is the disruption going on in the fan ks of
the two old parties. The people's party
and the mugwump tendency are causing
both of the old parties to lo&c thousands
of their best men and neither party is in
any res-ptct so solid or enthusiastic as
four years ago. Sam Jones.
One of the county magistrates was in
our den last Saturday, aud in conversa
tion rcinarkedithat it was rather unpleas
ant for him tp ride 13 miles to transact
Fome important business with a county
official and find him out of the city ltc
tiuneering, aud no one to act for htm.
But a farmer is a small potato. It w ill
not hurt him to ride 2G miles for nothing.
Time is plenty. '
Hickory Grove neighborhood it holi
day. A protracted democratic meeting
is in progress.- It is intended that it will
continue from day to day 'during the fall
season, unless they can get oneconveit.
If trey should do that it will close, judg
ing from what a democratic brother from
that place told us last Saturday. The
chances art; slim. He said that one of the
speeches made last Friday flight had
damaged their cause. ,
The farmers of Mecklenburg county
are no longer a great body of unthinking
innocent sort of folks placing, implicit
faith in political guardians, no longer like
dumb driven cattle uuder the party whip,
rounded up to the polls and voted. They
are now organized thinking, intelligent,
hard students of political economy; are
learning their rights, and knowing, do
mantaiu, notwithstanding there is men
in the country that are depending ou
Run aud get the force bill.
Jturali'st South Dakota) says : One dol
lar of every sixty in the United States
was appropriated for Government expen
ses in the Fifty-first Congress when the
Republicans hadtv majority. One-sixtieth
of the wealth of this nation was just
appropriated by the Fifty -second Con
gress, now adjourned, which was over
whelm iiigly democratic. Is there hot a
cause for unusual interest which the peo
ple are taking in governmental affairs?
Is it possible that the washerwoman must
work one week iu the year to pay her
share -of the ayqropriatioa of the last
--"Alexander Hamilton said: To annu
the use of either of ; the metals as money
is to abridge 'the i quautityn,6f circulating
medium and is" liable to all objections
wnicn arise irom a comparison
of the benefits of a full with evils of a
scanty circulation.7 (1791 )
"Thomas Jefferson endorsed this view,
" 'I return you the report of the mint.
I concur with you that the mint 'must
stand on both metals.-' (1792.)
"M. Rou land. Government Bank of
France, said :
Y " 'The two moneys have actually coex
isted: since the origin of human society.
They eoexist because the two are neces
sary, by their quantity, to meet the needs
Mr. Cleveland, in a letter to the Con
stitution clearing, up the false tales about
him, his wife, Miss j Winnie Da vis and
Fred Douglas, says trere is no truth in
them except when Frederick Douglass
was in public office in Washington City.
He as president ofthe United Stales ex-tended-to
him the same courtesies, so
far as public receptions-and matters of
that kind lire concerned, which were ex
tended Jo other ollieials of the same
grade. Ol course that is all we said.
He was the only man of that grade there.
They only have one register in Wash
ington at one time, and when Frederick
went out Mr. Cleveland put another ne-
rro in to be of the same grade as Freder-
Correspondence of tbe Watcoaun.
Mb. EDlTpfi.-Ou Friday evening I
swvooped down on the city of Seviersvillo
auu teaming there would he a meeting
of the T P." club I passed the follow
ing, resolved that we will be at aid
meeting. Accordingly we" repaired to
the vicinity ot the etub room as soon as
it wai dark enough to hide our ideutitv.
MM. . ii- ... i t . .
u euasr was caning me ctuo lo order
when we arrived. We found that sneak
ing was the program. A Air. Little was
introduced, lie spoke for 43 minutes oil 1
the evils of democratic misrule, com
mencing with the Charleston convention
of 1800 down to the present day. He
spoke forcibly and to the point leaving
no doubt in lhe minds of bis hearers thai
the democratic party has been guilty of
deeeiviug the musses while it has ad
vanced the interest of the rich classes.
The uext speaker, a Mr. Gibson dwelt
at length on class legislation. Saidi he
could not see why the merchant opposed
the reform movement as the laboring
men paid for ail improvement. That if
the lax was levied on the merchant he
put a per cent ou his goods to cover all
expenses, laxes included, and the laborers
paid it all, for if the merchant did not
sell his goods he could not pay his taxes.
A Air. Soph ley was-then called out who
proved by history aud newspaper report
lhat the democratic tariff thunder was a
myth aud impracticable until money
w as raised in sopie other way to pay lho
expenses of the government. He charged
Grover with favoring the force bill iu
Tennessee iu li8. Air. Stuart was call
ed but asked lo be excused. Air. Harris
spoko for thirty minule3. Couldn't tell
where he stood. Jlis tongue was not
half as slick as his face. Mr, S. J. Rig
gers a retired merchants of Huckleberry
farm made the last talk. Could not tell
whether he was a democrat or a republi
can but dou tlbink ho wants much re
form, buppose he is living oil his accu
mulation as a retired plutocrat, and don't
leel the scarcity of money. You Will
hear from mc again Soou. Loviugly.
legislature, and llmm riarns. aud F. B.
.McDowell, eauUtdaies far the legislature
on thsjfcoaUed democrat ticket. He
ave us a goud talK on. lho issues that is
oelore lhe eouuiry. Hissieech was well
received. Jir. AlcDuwell came next and
laikeu lor uuu hour, lie tried lo tetl usi
wuai was tUo mailer with our govern
meut. Ho tailed utterly loiiiveauvrem
fedy, or stick to ine deuiocruiie party aud-
mat uua oecoLue very iniu. lie said he
Would But say auyuaug behiud a man's
back that would hurt hiuiTbut hedevoied
parted his lime iryiug io abuse Capi. L.
u. Vail, who wa hot there, and sure
enough be did not hurt a uy body, for the
boys were hurrahing for Van wuie ue was
t,) mg lo abuae hla:.
A no next speaker was Hugh Harris.
He made us guod a speech us lhe puny
he represents would jusuiy. lie madod
some friends but uo couerts. Neituef
oi tue democrats tuaue auy votes lor lho
party. .Last but uot least was,; V U.
oieeie, who heid the crowd for oue, and
a hall Hours, aud ho literally mopped up
lhe earin witii JlcUowell. He tfid not
leave auy thing out a greasy spur, jut as
we expect lo uo ou tue eignth oi govern
ocr wiiu ine wnoie nx. wit s. ni.,.
some of the wouid-be boss papers of Char-
lotte says tuat mure luau half of lhe
crowd was Kxuui goals. Tuey wilt think
on or about ine eighLh of next November
lhat Ibey are he goats lrvun horus
A V OTlOt OF TU V EAVLli 1ICKET.
crick only he w as blai kir. Of course
there was nothing wrong except Freder
ick and his wife were not at Mr. Cleve
land's reception. That is all there is in
Harness and Gollarsi
, ixi Dadcrs fa " ' .
LEATIIEK iND SAUDLERV
I N ALL ITS B It .VKCIIHS.
CHARLOTTE, JT, C,
THE GREY SCHOOL,
For Boys and Girl.
me next sessiou of tbis seliooi win begin
Xugust23d, 1892. and close .Msy 20ttr,
making it possible for young mm to uttend th
rcuooi uie noie term fti.a gel Home in time to
aid in working the crops. Tbf work is thor
ough, the rates reasonable and the dicij lii.
uiitd but firm. For further iufunuatiun. write
-for catalogue to -
II. A. GliEY, Priftcipal.
Huntersville, . O.
S:tie Pert siici't Q iestions
We find the following going the Hounds
of the Reform press, credited to aii ex-
hange, We regret we $0 not knpw the
author, as we should like to have given
him proper credit. The questions are
framed for fanners, but with slight
change they will lit the ease of city work
ers or miners,, or, for that matter, auy of
the workers in the great human hive:
One door in Vanderhilt's mansion cost
3s.jft.00a.. W h at d id y ou rs cost?
Don't own any.
Uon'l own any house?
Forty-six years old?
Helped your father support a big fam
ily 'till you were twenty-one?
Then vou married nnd rented a farm?
Only two children?
That is all.
Don't use .whiskey or beer?
Never loafed around town?
Always beeu industrious?
Worth only $300 or 400?
No more sickness than the
Have done the best you could?
Have raised piles of grain, hay and
Tjok all your share to live?
Ever expect to liave much more?
'.'No. ' - "
Wrife work hard, too?
Ever been to Europe?;
Ever been to the seashore?
No. Never spent $20 in car fare in
No. Used barrels of sorg urn .
What have you done with your mom y?
Never had but little.
Got any money at interest?
Not a cent.
What.is the reason you have not doi 6
I suppose it is on account of the tariff.
What makes you think ho?
Because everybody says so.
Did you ever do any right hard think
ing'-why you are no better off?
j No, to confess the truth I have not. I
- took it for grunted that what evcrbwdy
said must be about right.
Did it ever occur to yu tl at the m; n
with tbe $50,000 door don't want in.y
thing discussed iu this campaign 1 xcept
them forfcvery morsel they eat, will call t '
tht rn goats, Tools, 'kpiel.eads, cranks, nud j0 tU)tfcn1; alld if he can keep the
will, and haxealieady exhausted ibeir ' le frrm Fnvin1 nlivthing against tbe
energies huuliug something meaner lo . ..jlroai'ts l.e will have a $100,000 door iu
: From Concord.
Correspondence otllte Watchman.
This thriving little village is situated
six miles above tslatesville, on the June
Bug R. R and is destined to become
town in the near future, any way if names
have any 1 mug to do with the destiny ol
a place. It is know n as Concord Church,
Fancy Hill l ostofhce and Iredell Station
It now has about 60 inhabitants of the
best people iu our country and as a cer
tain proof of the Haltering fuiure for V
is that the people there and in the sur
rounding community beiievo in eduea
lion as is demonstrated by tbe schoo
they support in their village.
This scliool is under the care of two of
our best teachers, l'rofs. Bur.k and Ten
ister. To prove that they are the right
men in the right place, one only has to
visit the scliool us was lhe pleasure ol
your correspondent a few days ago, and
near the name ttiey get as insirueiers in
the communiiy. l'rof. Burk is such an
old and ell known teacher that it is
useless to say he understands his busi
ness, lie lias charge ot the higher work
in the scliool and handles his work with
such eare and familiarity as to cause one,
who knows so little, to wonder how a
man cau ever learn so much and learn it
Prof. Fenister is a young man of about
twentv-six summers and to see wnn
w hat Z'-al and aptness he executes tbe
primary w ork aud governs is proof why
"he nets there" so well. He has entire
control of everything, never sits down in
school hours, and the least act of disobe-
ilii'iu-H docs not eseane his eve. rjier-
ual vigilance" is his motto, then to see
how willingly his students obey him
moves that while he governs he wins
them. They have a good school and uew
students are coming in almost every uay
The school building is large and coin
fortable and situated in a beautiful erove
a few hundred vards from the village
which is much an advantage, asall teach
ers will attest, that no school should be
in a public dace.
Verilv it is a uood thing in a good
place and any one having boys or girls to
prepare tor life or college can uo no oei
1 ci- than send them here.
Here they have a Presbyterian church
with a large membership and Rev. Mr.
Presley as pastor.
While in the village we had the pleas
ure of spending the night with Mr. W.
B. Gibson, candidate for sheriff on the
people's party tickit in our county and
be outfit to be elected. He is a christian,
hospitable, kind and businesslike man 111
every respect. He is jubilant over his
tirrwnects and does not expect to
Sullivan WHI Try It Agaiu.
New York Oct. 3. A special to the
If orfa from Roton says that John L
Sullivan has startled his friends in that
city by announcing his intention to
challenge Corbett to fight again. Iu an
interview he said: "I am saving uiouy
now with resolute deteruiiualiou to
challenge Corbett to fight again. Au
give me a chance to win back the mony
that was robbed from me iu New Orleans
There was something wrong. I am not
making any direct charges just now, but
that I was not right I will know. After
the first round I could see a dozen Cor
betts, and, as good a man as Corbett
is, I donVbolieve he nor anyone else liv
ing can stand up and fight me twenty
one rounds 'witout being hit. There is
a scheme foot to break what seemed to
the pool room-men a dead sure comoiua
tion and I was selected to be throvvu
SALEM Mkll ACADEMY,
13AL.E2I, N .
Oldest Pemala CoHsga fa the South.-
The 91?t Annual Session begiua September
lat, 1892. Register lor last jearJJ27. Secial
features: The Ikvkloi mkm- o if kaltm,(Jb Att
actkii axd IxTtLLKCT. Buildings UiroroUghly
remodel 1H. Fully equipped Preparatory, Col
legiate and Post Uraduate departments, be
sides first class school in Misic, Art, Lax
GUAUkS, Ktoctrios, (Jtmmkuual am l)iUC-
TltlAL TUi'llCS. I
JOHN II. CLE WELL, Principal,
EALEIGII, II. C.
n I hnnnn Lrmn
M In I I n - rn .!
Salisturv, H. C,
October 4,5, 6, & 7, 1892.
Running, Tiottins and
Tournament, Balloon Ascen
Premium on trotting race $100; on
ru lining race, VJU. opeaKing- anu a
good time for all. Excursion rates on
all railroads. -Admission 25cenls.
R. LUD WIG, Pres't.
J. C. BERNHARDT, Sec.
e For Ladies who will leave bv.nio this
Summer, we have provided many goods
and wares suitable for traveling or me
at Seaside or Mountain.
BLAZER SUITS SKI KTS AND BLA
HIUVING AND RIDING GLOVES,
Waterproof Overgarments, ..Walk--,
ing SiioesTTrunks, Bags, Canvas
, Telescopic, Giurs, Etc.
receive the most careful attention.
CASH with the order of $5.00 or
mor , we will deliver goods free (except
Furniture and. Crockery to lhe neanst
express office or railroad station
W. H. & H. S. T-ocler & Co.,
Mention the W7atchman when y'ouwrtl.
We are still at our old stand
on Main street, where we have
a select stock of Watches, Clocks,
We arp oper.tnpr un tbelarfrett stock of fall goods''
we evt-i carded by 'double, -Uncb wesuiulbellat
lotfi-r prior tlisiii ever la-n.rfi. Just .-eceive.i fl'tjr
pIV'w rl pant goods lo u T.c per yard. Two bun
jiru pltj. olc i.ilco. oiughaUiB arm Uiehacoous,
flfty p eces Alumanee.Cttnwn rlaoneli, wool fun
nels la whue. reu, gray and blue. Ftlty Uiilis wool
Ul ii ik-e.ib.sc. to-$5 netl iktfc H, i. t a U I6:. Ou
hundred f'ozen men's slid ts a -d drawers SIS cc I0t2.
1 wi.j.iy-Uve ijc-tcea tubic c-heioths. la best grade "
i nr.. i n n iucyxd. One hundred umbrella j'it in 3n ,
UOOtnc0 and all Kinds OI line Useeuts each, sltk um.etiasf.e. ;,. W
pcotaeicrr, i.iva a.. i Uoz..UnienNcnhr.iiUna8otk8':..ipalror
7rrf. ad-zen. Ladles' S aWt'-H r.y inwe. woria
15e at loo. On cai ! naltea' t oreu c 4m;, .5c. t.
Five bundn d im n niri 0. ' h U- 2-re to $t. Flftyw
iioz. Table Iwiylles e. to r.6o Twenty nozen la
dls' b a --a sai.or b.ita worth Vic. t lie. Cctton and
wool knintug viim tn haTikaln all colors. Zephyr
woi-st;d lu all cOiOrs. A great b.iraiu la fchot-a for
f ill trade. Fair ami hju re ileal ir.jr - 1 vt-ryihlngr
marked in plal---flaurea and one low prlcto all.
Mail orders illlcd .y.oiuptiy ai.d satthfueUon guar
nntel. Give us a trial an1 we wltl s;ive you
money. llAitltl?H.H& C, . -
No. 3i S. Try on St.- Charlotte, N. C.
Jewelry on hand at the lowest
Watch repairing a specialty.
All work gurantecd 12 months
J. & H. HOEiLH.
....( wiih whiskev or any other way
d I I J TV J ..- . - - - a rv
Hie is strictly a temperance maw
that should be a consideration lor eve",
christiau man when lie goes lo cast his
VWe were told that the woods about
there is full of people's partyites.
Before closing we would like to say to
your correspondent of "seventeen sum
mers," that wo can furnish him. two of
the fair sex of the desired age, one wit.i
long dark flowing hair, the oher s not so
dark nor- long, both with nice ways,
sweet smiles, pretty faces, good hearts
intelligent, and w hich to be pose-ssed
would be a jewel to any man. If In
wishes names or other information ad
dress. T f J-llBNBY.
If weeds are mown -when then tiie
are at all approaching ripeness, the
oniv s ife way to dispose of them is to
burn them up. If. the -sds J':'v
already- formed - thev will nreu
suTU-wuUy to uenninatiN so
reseed ih.-niselves. If tin i t d
peril i ted it would le just as well to h i
them rijeii upon lhe stalk, and lo save
the labor of culling. To prove theirutji
of this, go cut a id examine the p; tdi
of weeds that "you have nnnvn down
iu late summer, an 1 after fhey h ive
laid adiiv or two y. u wdl iind nuu.v
ripe si-eils. Another p.oof niny e
found iu our jnuthe with wheat,
wliieh isf n e t lieu in tl- doujh
staueand without any injurv to . Hs
Is-it favorite expression with tliose who h;tv InoJfrd tlirough our M-.mnv-th
Stock of Fall Clothing. The pra.se for Ljjte S'.hf, (Jo.k! Qnaliiy and LOW
PRICES, evidently bennies lo .-xt leat, that is what, our- ni.uiy customers
tell ih And why" houd they unless I hey th-.u-;ht .? 'lire truth is, we are ,
showin' the uiost attractive hue of Males' A par. I off-red to Unwan :ind adjoin
ing counties. We Indv yoiir wants and r.oerls h'Mice we ;n..ke your interest,
ours and our, vour. We.buy direct from "Mnufii-tturer-i" an 1 .y from ten to
twcnt-five per cent, that small bnver h ve to pay who t i l-uj only from
clobbers." Atrain, we buy for "CASH for Two Large Finns" iu hirquantr-
ties, winch szires us am.thcr "iMile IMgure.
vou will s'L'P to figure our
wiving" on tnr entire purchases, you will be nirpri.vednt the amount. All this,
we cite to our customers, for we hll a we Luy CUE A IV
SUITS & OVERCOATS
YOU arc invited to visit lhc
Clothiers. Hatters, and i rriiishiiigs,
Nearly oppoit l'tj)ili-e,
SALISBURY-. N. 0
of gel Ulilisd i !
say 'ibuut them.
the next hcittc; he builds.
MWsJW iL Wcurwl m hoc WiU-
lliIlLa 5 ticaiarstentFHEE.
Atlanta, Ga. O&cq myt WMteuallSU