EHtnbiiehea I 1032.
Publydied every Thursday iv Thi
-Watchman Publishing C& !
ftubscpibtiou, $1.0Q a year, in ad vane-
Knteijed at the postoffice at Salis
' hurt. N. aa second class matter.
RlWtttmT, N. April 1890.
If Populist can not co-operate or
jtnm pirt of the Ornabn platform.
they fan better let co-ojeratioi
We believe that successful
c -per;iin can be bad on the prin
free coinage of silver 16 t
1, beeade more pople are decided r
that i jrnriple than on an
rt of the Omaha platform,
Do tjhf Democrats expect to run
m eandi)ate for president this year ?
They up saying but little about it.
and it iias been hinted that they
will try it without a candidate ant
ee how tlrey cume out. Concord
j - I in tsrii . :f'r till flip T)0mnr.ra.ts
bare Ntid about the negro, if the
Losses 4rere to put out one for PreSp.
iden'., thej would vote for him. Some
aat tliry w ail-i vote for the devil
others 4y they would vote f or f
huunj d-v, i' party would nom-
iuatt hifn. W di we do not suppose
either the devil, hound d or uegi-o
could h4v brought the country into
a worse couiijon than Cleveland
ad hUUdiisors nave.
Vbouf the close of Glevlar.d's
first wdtii ui-. ration the surplus in
ihe ireurv had reached the va t
im f S'ji .'-'2 1 which was depos
ited nuvliv the National banks with
pu inU'itejjt. Tbe pressure against
lias ontjrige became so pronounced
that he. wais final) t corupelld to up
pi v it on the bo ided debt. Insteal,
Jioweveif, of calling in bonds ami
pajing then' ! at. par, a he had a
perfect right to-do under the plain
letter of the Unr he concealed to a
pit rained construction of the Statute
arid oe- in t lie purchase of bonds at
an outrageous pr uiium in the open
nia:k fc. Between 887 and 1390 our
42,OO0j(JuU bad been paid eut as
I rnuiuiu, a greater part of which
fT'tfed from 25 to 30 per pent. Thi
prs PreHid-n. Cleveland's method o.!
r-duCHijjfc the Mirplua, Under tpepn?
eul a'diuiniiihaliou this entire line hi
policy has bceii rt versed not how
rver to the advantage of the people.
Instend bf buying bonds over 202
1KX),OOQ (have been sold. While tin
tn'tods made use of in the purclia-in
bonds diiijag his first term wen
jjiwtioujiuie and gave rise to raf
suspit-tbiis, tle transactions copuec-
ted with (lie, bond sales of the pass
two- yeafs arc absolutely disbcues!.
More l(an 2,000,000 in bond
were di'j'ost-d of nt private sale in a
clandestine Mid secret manner o a
New Yfk 3 udu ate headed bj Ban
k r llorgap, whit h President Clcve
1 .ndjt law partuer as the gohetween.
In this transaction bonds worth in
the open man. ei 81,19 v.ere sold for
; $1,04 entailing a loss to the people of
more than $10,000,000. In the re
rent sale of 00,000,e00 in bond
there is jiardl) a doubt that Hanker
Morgandidi i t Know the exact fig
ures of each bid lief ore liia waft placid
vthirh enabb J I. up again to recti v
nearly one-half of all sold and real
ise a gre.it profit, 'taken as a whole
president Lit ve.a mi's bpnd tranac
tions have he. n ixtremely costly to
the people. His b'sson ihe purchaser
and aala of bonds durinar his two
t. ims will amount to over $00,000
'-000. While tuy interest on the
bonds be has so far so)d will foot u
to nearly fXOOOjOOO before the
' i i r ill i rn-j .
punas maiurv. pm-u lnioeciuuy or
Ml-MI 11' MJI-.l lI- II I .1 I 1 US 111 U-illl IUII
Ine cuntrv Jm under obligation to
me inea ann ii ih' ropuiiss u-ng e s
pian atjd to People's party in thi
ptate cannot (hi better thin uomi.
nate turn- lor Uoy rnor. -
Another murderer has been ac
qnited in ladisop county, about the
four huiJuT-edth, more r leas. Jii
namn was H ddiug and the Hcnder-
souyilie Tim' s sayi uf . the acquittal
There wiis an u n usual scene in th
court rojuj when the verdict of no
iiuiltyM ivaa. returned, It partftuk '
fcathc-i'slof a religiuiw revival. Tb'
lathee of (ialdinff, HM pd iniuiste.
wept arid prayed, and tlierff Ja;
uinilillir DMiiWa mlkli bin,
by the iendi ami retires, of th
It is siild t K!nnet strings wi
wj rtft Hie rnm'nuw
OUlt W ASlNttTON LETTER.
Tjie People's Paiw NawsBuJjir
Bliss Buildj.no, 35 B. N. v'.
Washington, April tbe 4tb.
he fact that tbe name of no lead
iiig Populist in the State has beet
uentioned as a fusion candidate fii
governor seems to have made ih
mpression that the Populist pa;t
s without candidates or its leader
without aspirations. It has both.
But a tusion of parties means agree
nen ton candidates as well as princi
pies. No agreement having beeii
reached it was not good taste to mak
campaign for the nomination
But whether fusion on the it at.
ticket is effected or not, in Tie ot
what is going on among Republi
can aspirants for tbe governorship, I
suggest," writes a prominent iffKf-
trn North Carolina Populist, t't he
name of Hon. A. C. Shu ford as lh
Populist candidate for the n ova i na
tion straight or mixed." Wheii tjlii?
suggestion was submitted to Mr
Sliuford by your corre!pandeat ; he
said that he had r-c ived a u umber
of !- tters from different sections! bf
tne State making the same sugge
lion end offering support. WiMle
it was flattering and is deeply appre
ciated he felt reluctant to appear Vs
a candidate for the Kominutionj until
agreement as to fusion was satisfa.
tOrily concluded. And that is his
position. Mention is made of th"
matter now to call attention to the
splendid record he lias ma le in coil
gress which, in itself, is a good pla
a t m t 1 i 1 v .
torm. It ne tiaa made no record as
a con cientions, laborious, indus
ou, alert member, his resolut:o,n
investigate Cleveland's iufaiE'M s
B 1 It,
bond-deal manipulation would eu i-
le him to the confidence and s-.jp
port of the people
CHAKQE3 AGAINST CLEVELAND
It took some courage to iufrjopuce
ihe reeolution, following. vifijdh
shows in its recital ike bisforS of
the infamous trausrciion; Wneras,
declares the resolution, "di ring the
past year serious charges have ben
made against t'ae President o the
United State- and the Secretary bf
the Treasurv concerning certain if
suea of int' rrst-bearing hoiid aud
whereas said charges have mtjnh
D-en freely made through the p-ess
but in both Houses of Congress;' and
whereas it i alleged that unfair and
unprecedented advautvgrs have ueeu
accorded bv Pivideqt Cleveland suid
-secretary Carlisle to a certain H-ian-
ial syndicate located in New ICQifk
C113 ; and whereas it is asserted ':r
iy and oenly, and the reporis of; tilje
frea-ury Department seem t jusiirv
the same, that immense prous Wi-r-'
received by said syndicate through
said unjust and unfair collusion j aui
whereas said profits were derive:!
s id syndicate through the purqlia'
of sixty-two million dollars of (y
eriunent bonds, by private contract
it a rate far below their value in tin
oia'U market: and whereas ct:arge!'0'
1 similer ch iracter have beefc 111 (d"
ainst the President and Secret iy
of the Treasury regarding the receu
iiond issue, wherein this same syn
licu p secured nearly one-half- of
-aid bond issue in a mysterious ai id
" is i i
suspicious manner; and whereas the
people of the United States are enti
tled to know the truth or fal-ity df
snch charges against their sworn
representatives: Therefore, Kesdlvd.
I'n at a committee 01 five, not in n--
ban two of whom shall beloi g to
any one political party, be appointed
oy the Speaker, whose duty lit j&ha!i
be to make a thorough and impar-
i d investigation into all tl-e circutu
Hantces, methods, and negotiation
relating to the last three issues of
interest-bearing bonds, and report to
this House on or before the first dAy
f May, eighteen hundred and nin -
UI intend to push the resolution,"
J II Ol I .1 J i; ' ,!i :
said Mr. Shuford,uaud compel- the
m ' : l :.
ucog"nuij. xuric go soiiitiii :ug
cotton in this business and it it
possible to get at the facts 1 .,wiii
IB . 1 '
prove all tne disgrareru! charge
made iu the puplic prtas and in dtlia
Houses of Congress." If the iuveskl-
gatiou is not vigorously prosecuted
it wjll be the fault of the committer
on Ways aud Means. . n. this rcojn
ueqtjon a littU bond-issuing history
of the Clevelaud dynasty is iuur-
A plsoper in the Ohio penitep--lary
the other day bad remiived
miu his body a needle whiph ' had
een ill it for forty-two ?vars,
wallowed it when eleven yeaii o
lit since theu that ueedle lij
raveled all uver his body, He felt
he point proj-utiim fruIM his breast
he um day if ud th prisun 'h
iei u removed it. It I al during jt
ue-aiHltMiug in m lanly .tiiiiwed.hi
A LETTEE FROM ELL
Seven njontlis yet, and theu the
greatest of political fights Will have
uded. Great because the future
velfare and prosperity of our great
ountry, and also its people, is at
May the All-wise and Omuitent
father lead and direct those in
whose hands the peace, safety and
future prosperity of our great and
glorious Christian country is now
resting, and my our, and our coun
try's future, be brighter than that of
the past. '
Voters, have you begun to think?
Do you know that the tricky and
traitorous politicians are already
scheming for your votes ? aud he
will get them for a few drinks or a
few paltry dollars if you don't get to
thinking aud studying hu4 that at
ince alvout the future welfare of
your family and your country. Do
your own thinking in this matter,
and don't let some slick-tongud po
litical rascal laud you first becouse
he can- They don't come around
in "off 3 ears" and help you think
about how you are to provide for
your daily bread. Be ready, 'be a
man, You are created a free mau,
don't be a slave, especially a rich
man's political slave.
Voters are you preparing your
ballots? If not, why not? It is
high time you were beginning to!
read up on the important isues,
most epecudly the financial ques
tion of the coming campaign, lied,
y-tudy, think and above ail, act when
the proper lime comes. Act like a
patriotic American. Let your
motto. b: "America for Americans,"
and don't trouble your poor self
about some other couutry, they
w ill take care of themselves. Con
cern yourself about our coun'rv,
and when after the great National
conventions Democratic, Republi
can and Populist are held, begin to
cast around and see who are asking
your suffrage. Rad all you can
about the candidates, aud if. an op
pO: tuuiry permits go aud hear them
speak, and after all you can gainer,
seleet and prepare your . ballots for
the ones, that in your judgeiuenh
honostiy professes to' stand by you
nd your country and fight, f r
their good. Let no politician dic
tate for whom you shall vote.
Scorn ihe mau that atUiupts to buy
your vote. Remember your privi
lege to vote is one of the most sa
cied you 'nave as a free born citiz n,
anduse it as such. Or course, if yc
wibh advice ask it of some one who is
capable of advising you and your
Farmers and laboring men; is it
possible that we have become a na
tion of outlaws, thieves and robber??
f so, ret us unite with the farmers
and laboring men of the North and
West, aud vote to overthrow this
corrupt government for which we
have been partly responsible. It is
now t uie that all intelligent men
put on their thinking caps, listeu to
easou aud buckle on their armor to
uelp pass laws that will give us all
the right to iiye and breathe and
enjoy that ireedwm to which na
ture's law entitle us ? Is not these
United Siaies of America a grand
and ftee country? Yes, and God
forbid that they ever shall be other
wise But workingmen stop and think
1 - . f 1 -
a uttie lor vours wives, rea'ize our
power and you wdl let no man die
tate for you. Is it not time to stop
selling votes for a crisp note or a
drink of whiskey ? Yes, and Jon't
110 dou't, for the good of your coun
try and for the sake of your wife and
children bell your vote any more.
The n, n who sells his vote for
whiskey er money is an enemy to
his conn try and should be treaUd
the same as a deserter was during
thA n 1 1 ! . . f Mr mm rl ..... I X-
i me vTH iiu villi BI1UU1U Llf
- , lf J ,
letter, -but tbe man who sends
I j. .1. , - ,
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f v iii iii 11 -ivi o v uiiin iiili
honest purposes slfuld also be pun
ished. v oiera' ar0U8e 0raives and lo
Ht the s,luatlou intelligently, thi
Votera, arouse yourselves and look
of the great and eminent danger-;
your country is in. Just tuLik of
our governin-ut formed by such
grsat men as Washington, Jefferson
and others, being iu the bauds of a
band uf corrupt politicians aud
money devils. .Aud do you not
kuow that so loug as you vote lor
this money power as we have been
u Ihe past, we are powerless, and
will never have laws made in the
interest of tin; toiling masse?
Pa you not u .derstund that so
long as you are skilled workmen.
capable of mming a business for
yourielfes, but allowing CQipuratiuns
aod svudHates tp run the business j
fnr you, so long you will he kepi in, '
bundajje? H ve
we not groped
Iqrih in the dWrk f r two manj
opportunity aud snuch victory fro til
those who are oppressing us by lse
lecting and voting for competent,
elear-headed and brainy leaders to
make the laws and govern jt
country as a Democratic Repub
lic should be.
Exert your abilities to draw
common class of people together jail
teach aud advocate them to votes fpf
competent leaders who are success
fully in leading thousands 111 one
direction, and they will be able to
lead us out of this wilderne.-S Df
erfdoin into the promised land of
rtvedom by teaching us to use lour
ballots to elect the right sort of men.
If every voter in the South and
North" wu!d vote together in (the
coming campaign for a presidential
candidate who is iu favor of any
American system of government,) we
could sweep the couutry over ithe
New England plutocracy and wiii
,a victory that would mean soine-
thing. But if tbe majority of .he
voters follow after the old reliable
leauers as heretofore, and e.eqt a
gold-bug man, it will be no better
for the people and our conditions
and country will continue to j gio
from bad to worse. Both old parties
have been tried. We cannot retdroi
them by giving them another chanc6
aud any voter with ordinary intelli
gence knows it. Let the patriots of
the South, North and West eome
together, aud vote together. Dun'tl
in Heavens name vote lor the mail!
jusi beeause he amy belong to the'
L ri , n f. 1 '
Democrat, Republican or Populist
right principle makes no difference
o which party he umy belong.
A STRANGE STORY.
Th M nr trim f.Mii
that a re w years ago a Mrs. 13. moved
to McDowell countv trotu TeiiueiSti
and brought with her a ten yearf
oid son. A ;ew days after her . arri
val ihe child disappeared and (or
lour yeisrs had not been heard of. It
is repotted that sometime last month
a arty of McDowell people wtfre
iiucting their hogs on the fiuntsr
viile Mountain. When they found
the hos in one of the ?n utttain
i i !
coves, they were surprised to see
herdmg with them a something lifce
a human being, which fiVd as they
idvanced. They perilled this soiujel
ilimg and finwliy tracked it to a caT
.n the rocks, 'fhtj cave was tilled wijtji
leaves, aeorns, walnuts aud hickory
nuts. Lying iu tbe leaves, c vercoine
from exhaustion, was a ijuuian beiiig
with hair all over his body, his toe
nails grown under his feet, and ijifl
hands grown in the shape of claws.
The power of speech had gone. Htf
only sound being the gruut of a
hog. He was seized, carried to a
neighbor's house, where he is iu con
finement, aud it is said to be the
lost son of the widow B.
This story is givun without gild
ing or garniture.
Recently while Undertakes J. H.
McCounell was preparing for bursal
Lhs ioJ iif a colon d child in the
eastern part of ihe city, an old col
ored woman was ottering cousolja
tioti to the weeping mother. "Doti't
be crying about it," she said, "that
baby's in heaven, and you'd bettjejr
be tmng to get there. I dope
buried 26." Mr. McCounell wjajs
struck bythe number and asked if
it was correct, and the old woman's
statement was re-affirmed. Ashe
to your doctor fjr
advice ; he is tH4
best man to tdlj
you what medj-
cine you need.
Go to your druerjist
for your medicines ; he knows mctia
abesit dugs than a dry-goods man.
Stick to your doctor and to your
druggist If you're a sick man, but don't
go to your druggist for edvice, especi
ally if your doctor lias told you whit
to get. K your doctor tells yoa to geit
It is because he knows of scores of
cases which have been benefited by
ru use ; Decause he knows that it has
a record of more than twenty years!
results back of it
You have no right t? let your drugi
gist advise you against this prepara?
tion and induae you to try an obscur
medicine, the value of which is
doubtful , for tbe sahe of the few cents
more he may make. Let your tailor, j
or your butcher, or your grocer, fool j
you if you will, but when It comes tcj;
a matter of health, get what you oik
All druggiats stli Scott's Bmajfctcn,
Two ctritr. s. Ji.oe,
Bubscrih for aud adveruw hi
SELECTING SEED CORN.
A great many farmers who re
gard themselves as quite careful in
the selection of seed contend them-
selivpa with making the selection at '
biding time or from the crjib, Ix-
ing guided by the appearance of tbe
ear. This is not suftcient, however,
OjSecure the best results. Prof. H.
J. Waters, dean of the Missouri
Agricultural College, narrated a di
rect experiment on this point. Tbe
field! was gone through aud fine
eursj were selected from the large,
thrifty stalks having an abundant
ledfj growth. Another lot of ears
eqbil in size was gathered from
stales smaller and less thrifty. Af
ter the seed had been gatber d, the
one lot could not be distinguished
from the other so far as the ap
pearimce of the ears went. The
only difference was in the kind of
stalk that produced the ears. A
fieldj was planted with these two
lots of seeds. All through the sea
son that portion which had been
grown from seed taken from the
thrifty stalks could be distinguished
from the planting nide from the
seed taken from the less thrifty
stalks. At harvest time the dtffer-
ene in favor of the seed from the
large, thrifty stalks with plenty of
lewjf growth was seven bushels per
aerie, land Prof. Waters thinks that
if this process of selection was car
ried on tor a series of years a rarie-
ty of corn could be considerably im-
' u . . . uj .
pnlveu en the one baud or almost
? I. ;' ki, , 1,
eutiireiy run out on the other. It
1 follows, therefore, that the selection
ol seed ears from the same crib, be
ing guided by size and general ap
pearance of the ear simply, is not
sufficient, and that it is quite as im
portant to know the kind of stalk
: r li .if nii.l 11 s r li.i c . . .ri . . . . v .j ,r . t I..
i , 1 , , ..... ,
know that the ear itself has the
size, form, etc., which suit the pur
poses of the f aruter. Western
ITEMS FROM LI,
Mr. Alfred Beaver has received
hn uew organ. Tessie will now
play Home Sweet Home wlien her
We are glad to note that Elm
Grove Alliance has re-oranized it
chdir, i prevaiatory to furnishing
some excellent aud inspiring music
for " iuj- Jul meeiing of the Kowan
coiiiitvf Alliance. What we need
mokt ih the way of attendance t
more of the Indies.
it-v, G. H. Cox will administer
tliei .-acjraiuent of the Lord's Supper
10 thie new congregation at Elm
Grove the second Sunday evening in
April, j '
A large crowd atteuded the Easter
cQU7enton at Lower Stone on the
last Sunday. Rev. Barringer
preiachjud a most excellent Easter
Elm Grove Alliance will send a
full delegation to the quarterly
cotintvi meetine which convenes at
I ml j 1
Rowad Academy Friday and Sa
4 n i
urdiy. tins representation goes
with instructions to invite tbe
LCdwan Uunty Alliance to noid its
neit btiarterlv session with the
5 . -
Row. in sub Alliance.
J ; -
Several of our farmers have pur
chased; a patent plow whereby the
can plow up small sized stumps.
roots, rocks etc., and also plow corn
up till there is shoots oa it. They
can ride and cultivate a sixty acre
eoitu crop in one season. Old plow
etc., lor gale cheap. Coma early or
they will be given away.
Mr. Gwrdia Fisher and Miss Lillie
Mie ihnner were united iu the holy
bonds of matrimony at the residence
of the brides father, Mr. "Bill?
Mikeniieiuier, on last Thursday even
ing at 3 o'clock. The ceremony
was performed in bg pregeuoe of
quite a crowd of relatives aud
friends. Both of these yeung peo
ple are of the Lower Stone church
vicinity and their host of friends
join in extending congratulations
hef. Paul Barringer oflScialed.
About sixty persons composed the
crowd that gave them an old fash
ioned serenade that night, aud it
was a belling, tuo,
NOTICE OF COMMITTEE MEET
AnHiNGTuN. D, C. April 4th:
ute Executive Committee of
tbejPed; Iv's party is hereby called o
uxt in Raleigh an Thursday, April
16tM ai 4 o'clock p. niM at the Park
Hott'i. A fall uieetittg of the com
mittee ik especially dtirml.
iCbMirmau P, P. estate fix. Cora
,-.L. .Jiu I . . i . W
mail in tuwnJfeU ill a dttuh and Ihought
a in a weli, ad $hy say na w
costs Cotton planters more
than five million dollars an
nually. This is an enormous
waste, and can be prevented.
Practical experiments at Ala
bama Experiment Station show
conclusively thai the use of
will prevent that dreaded plant
Our pnmjiMffrs are not advertising circulars Loom
ing special fertilizers, but art- turactica! -.rks, contain
ing the result of latest cper.meut3 in this line.
Every cotton farmer should have a copy. They art
eat ree is the asking.
GERMAN KALI WORKS.
Q3 NTaa.au St., New York.
BPS D BOTANIC
THE GREAT REMEDY
FOR ALL BL000 AND SKIN DISEASES
Hu been thcrongHr tented by em
laent pbrttcUat aud the people for
40 Tr' aud cures quickljr KJid
SCROFULA, ULCERS, ECIEfAA,
RHEUMATISM, CATARRH, ERUPTIONS.
rJ all dumt of KlTIXO. SPKEAlMNr, tud
Ri'VSINT. S'ltM. It ! br far ihr be.i mnlc and
M H purieer errr nfiered to tb vr!4. Piice fl pr
betil?, 6 hoUki for !. Vox taks ir drwrttta.
BLOOD BALM CO., AUsnU. Ga. V
SEED CORN FOR SALE,
Locks white river corn. 1 wish to cull
atlcitiun of Ihe farmer to this tine corn,
which t ok first prize at this state l:it De
cember at i. V. A very" corn contest at
Louisville, Ky. This corn ha.s medium
sized cob, deep griu. "wo cars on u stalk.
wiil average lo to 12 incites Lo tne ear, and
weighs from 58 lo 0o jout.ds per bushel.
Price $1 per bushel. .
For further nilormation udviress J, H
BARIUXGEit, Cleveland, N'. G.
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High Grade Marble
Plain and Ornamental Monuments
Sarsophagi, Headstone, Tablets
Markens Vases,- Unis and Mantel
We make a special ty of Granite
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the celebrated Georgia Marble al
ways in stock.
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PEOPLED PARTY PLATFORM
The following rvas adopt id in Katioul '
al Convention at OiuahaJuly 4, 1892:
1. We detnann a nationol eurre:icvi
safe, ou!ul and flexible, issued Hy th4
general government only, a full lega
tenaer lor an actus public aid private
and that without the use of banking,
corporations, a jnst, equitable, and
efficient mean of distribution direct td
the people.. at a tax not exceeding 4
per ceut per auuutn be provided, ui
set fourth in the sub-treasuijy pin oi
tbe Farmer's Alliance, or some better! -system;
also by payments in discLarge!
of its obligations for public improved
ruents. - -
2 Wo demand tbe free and unlim
ited coinage of silver and gold at th
present legal ratio of 16 to 1.
3. We demand that the amount ol
the circulating medium be speedily iu.
creased to not less thafi $50 per capita,
4. We demand a graduated income
5. We believe that the money of the
country should be kept as much at
po.-sihle in the bauds of tbe people
and hence wo demand that all state auc .
national revenues shall be limited tc
the necessary expenses of the govern-
ment, economically aud honestly ad
miulstered. 6. We demand that postal saving!
banks be established by the gbveru
men l for the s i fe deposit of the earfl
tngs of the people and to faciiiate exchange.-
7. Transpotation being a means ot
exchange aud a public necessity, thej
govern uieut should own aud operate
tbe raiiroads iu the interest of the peoi
8. The telegraph and telephonej
like the post .-office system, being a nH
essity fur the transmission of uews,
should be owhed aad operaded by thai
government in the interest of the peo
ple. 9. The land, including all the natu
ral resources of wealth, is the heritage!
of all the people, :iud should not nei
monopolized for speculative purpose,
and alien ownership ol lands should Le
prohibited. AIL lands uow held byj
railroads and other corperrtious in ex
cess of their actual needs, and all lands
now owned by alieus should be rel
claimed "by thVgovernmeut and held!
for actual settlers onlyj
m mat m
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TH BLUE RIBBON
Has been the award of the I)0-
MESTIC Sewing Machines for more
than thirtyyears, and thirty years is
piitc a generation life time to some
THE SUCCESS- OF
is traceable to the developiuebt of a
well defined idea, that is-the produc
tion of a Sewing Machine which
would be practically self-acting, re?
quiring simple care, less attention
nd even ltss mechanical knowledge.
You are not asked to produce certifi
cate in advanced mathematics to run
a DOMES33C. Start the drive wheel
apply power to the treadle and the
machine will run itself, and if you
do become slightly lust rated at any
time, the Machine is so constructed
! hat any possible injury is centered
in the sewing needle, liy the way thi
DOMESTIC needle is well temperec
We Might Con ti mil.- Forever
But Isn't Tins Worth
THE DOMESTIC is sold for
cash or credit either . way,
Stop in at the nearest dealers at the
first opportunity, scrutinize the work
of the Machine; examine the Machine
critically the firou, the wood-work,
everything- Talking of wood-work ak
to see bur Desk Cabinet a Machiua
lor tbe parlor.
Send for Catalogue. For Pale by
DOMESTIC SEWING M ACHINE CO
, Richmond, Va.
COOK A Co,
SALISBURY, N; C. Agta.
Office in Whitloek & Wright' Store.
Buineft loeaU will be inserted
these ct Iiftunns at very io rat.
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