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be Carolina Watchman,
B(L established is 1832.
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"Our Country, May She Ever be
Rurht. But Biffht or Wrong, Oar
Published Every Thcrsdat
m Basque nnrmri coxfaXt.
H. J. GASQUE, Editor and Manager.
W. L. SIFFOKI), Local Editor. '
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION:
Three Months ' 35c.
8ix Months ..... - 60c.
Twelve Months - - $1.00
Always in Advance.
stab the traitorous aggers of
hate, jealousy arid revenge
into the back of Senator
Butler at Nashvilje on July
4tlr. The true friends of
free silver and financial re
form will unite iu the next
. . . JfcJ At. L i 1J
campaign, ana at uie goia-
bugs, kickers, traitors and
soreheads on earth and in
hell can't defeat them. Hick
FALSE (?) fifNOMY.
The Concord Times, of last
week has this to bay locally:
The board of county com
missioners met lalst Monday
for the purpose of electing a WUU1U "aiau AU
nu.u.ia, f fv ,nntv for Public works for the benefit
AdvertisiDtr rates reasonable and
famished on application. Liberal
rates given to contract advertisers.
Subscribers failing to receive their
paper regularly will please report
same at the Watchman office.
Short news letters are invited. Cor
respondents must sign real name to
nil articles, bat not necessarily for
Entered at the postoffice at Salis
bury, N. C. , as second class-matter.
JUNE 10, 1897.
The tariff works both ways
-it makes the rich richer and
the poor poorer.
ing based upon the bounties
and resources which nature
furnishes, such as land, water,
the minerals and treasures of
nature and the elements gen
erally which contribute to
life and happiness, Mr. Clark
contends, that man is a ten
ant for life of all he can ac
quire from the use of what
nature has provided; and in
asmuch as the average lease
hold of a man in property is
five years, he would make an
ad valorem charge on all
wealth of two per cent an
nually. After defraying the
expenses of government he
would expend the balance in
nhvHifna.Ti for tWft count V for
the ensuing vear. Dr. R. S. H nd thu8 kee? OP
Young, the orfent incum- opportunities for each inch
bent, was not a candidate for dual to avail himself by in-re-election.
There We four atry f the share which he
nnnlintinnH fill with the ha and hlS rl8ht to
commissioners, asfollows: Dr. the. possession of the bounties
8. L. MontRomery, $2 a visit; nature anorus
Dr. J. E. Smoot, il!?5; Dr. The article is an interesting
L. M. Archey, $L50; Dr. J. S. one, and shows much thought
Lafferty, $1.50. T"e two low- allu reuwwuu " uctucl OULU
est bidders, DmiLaflerty and a 8leul ""J"" , . ,
Archey, having tied, a vote out is a question wnicn win
4.v AU4-U -ptv. very uiiuuuit iu answci.
was selected. lie is to fur- 8ubJect of txon
nish his own medicines." without unjust discrimina
,. iA ..n . .1,1 , tion is the most ditncult
And in its editorial columns . wWdl civilization 5s
the T.mes man (who, by the to contend. We
way la couuecitm.uy iiiarriarc
with one of the defeated as-
Poverty produces crimes.
They who create poverty
should suffer for. the crimes
Congress throws away time
on the 'tariff while the gold
pirates are plundering the
pirants), has this to say:
4 4 We learn that the county
fear that the problem will not
be fully solved until the mil
lennium has been inaugur-
J A V
tea lor more man one gen-
i"1 iM.nrhn1r nation.
w wwta J.&U11I Dill I
commissioners let the medical eration. The fact that the
practice of the poor-house and subject is difficult, however,
jail to the lowest bidder, to h8 no reason why we should
the doctor who wouW charge not grapple with it, because
least for his services. Against no problem, however simple,
this we solemnly protest. The fn which there are conflicting
poor unfortunate irimates of interests, can be solved with
the county home are entitled out much labor and reflection.
to the best, not! the cheapest,
COXEY'S EXITS. -
Time was when if a man,
after mature deliberation and
not under any sudden or vio
lent excitement, went but
from a political party and so
announced to the world, that
he would have the grace to
stay out or only get back by
humble petition and going on
a term of probation, but it
has been left for the small
eral" yclept Coxey to trample
upon this tradition and cus
tom with that same fine scorn
that characterized his peregri
nations on the grassy sward
of Washington, D. C, where
he beguiled a lot of poor fel
lows to march, that he might
gain the notoriety which he
h-s so v faithfully labored to
convert into fame.
When things did not go to
suit Jacob of old he donned
the hide of a kid, but this
modern Jacob has not only
put on the ass's hide but
seems to have appropriated
all the characteiistics of that
beast, even to his predelection
for grass and a tendency to
gaze between the bars. (You
remember the Coxey button,
Now, Coxey told the world
after the election of '96 that
he was out of the Peoples'
party and the party felt the oi
better for it if one might
judge by press comment. He
II IS THE
a a s suicide ot l rade.
We are in earnest at
THE CAROLINA RACKET.
What we say we mean; what we
advertise we have.
Wei would like to call your attention
to our large and complete line of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
the most beautiful goods ever brought
to Salisbury and cannot be eaualed
here either in style, price, or quality.
You need not do without a new dress
when vou can get
ONE FOB 25 CENTS.
Lawn rile, 5c, 7c, Ike, 10c and up.
Do not forget that we are selling
Riverside Plaids at 5c. yd. and Barker
Milte Domestic, the best made, at 6c7
Coat's thread 4c. spool; King's thread
two spools for fx.
Ladies' Vests 4c. each.
Ladies' Hase fc pair.
We want our name to become a
"byf-word with you.
Yours to serve,
Salisbury, N. C.
In proportion to poverty
insanity, murders and sui-
vo iuwwiwe; ana it seems
that all are rapidly making
great neadway just at this
medical services. We have
uc tnat ne is as
skillful and l0anjea as any
physician in the county. It
t&e principle involved
against which we are protest
ins. wouia our countv
fathers, if sick themselves, or
lamnies, send for the
cheapest doctor or the best
doctor? Sometimes a chean
doctoris like everything else
that is cheao4-n
one in the end. The aues-
tion is this: Sliall the preser-
called a 4 'conference" at St.
Louis. A new party was to
be formed with the midget
wealer as a point of crystal i
zation. Twelve of his affini
ties met at the Lindell Hotel
and decided, as there were so
few of them, to adjourn to
Memphis where VanDervoort
et al were to meet ana reso-
TUe JWashington Post, thjeUute and rail. To Memphis
I The farmer; who looks for
relief from a cabinet made up
of lawyers, bankers and mo
nopolists should promDtlv
maKe application for admis
sion to the nearest asylum for
More strikes, more busing
troubles of various kinds,
inore dissatisfaction and more
destitution in every corner of
he country, banks failing recognized x one of Palmer and Bnkn -ZJZZ
workmen striking ine remost physicians in favnr. f ZZZTT
. - o "wwcuui, -i. -i 14 ! i vuv wiu DiaiKiam
party stands for the gold party
i T. A 1 l.can Ret wnat 8Peak M if was not only in
eftrrter?ational but in to be a power. How is
iffirn I, IUrtDer tbia anyhow? Please some
if tbe Democratic party stands body enlighten us.
tor sound money, it is a nortv wii,-ia . ,. , .
,nrv, ' ""' .van iur ngut We
any uu venture to nope tnat all who
j., w "vpu tuat nn WHO
other party or faction stands are inclined to follow this
for that great principle. If will-o'-the-wisp will ffet free
tne Post would kindly tell ns trananort.pt
tne difference between t.h Jnlv dt.h t,h v, L '
Palmer and Buckner contin- Coxev nartv mav k f
gent, which declared for the and said r.rtv
vation of hnrriaW A.ii Buuiuara, ana tne Ke- much need pH rafnaa l.
the relief of hi PWican party, which stanHs the Pftnnl' n
i x . -I. T eiiortn on mo ri:T xm x?
im ill it, nn T.n h r.ir u mvhuv until in. uarriRS
v " "Tin W1 tftrnflfmnal KJ . . I
un catue or other Lr rn 18 at
I are a source of comfort. They
are a source of care, also. I
W. IS you care for your child's
Bi health, send for illustrated C
book on the disorders to which
B children are subject, and
which Fred's Vermifuge I
I has cured for 30 years. I
OM Uuh by bmU tor 35 MUk
K. A. S. PREY, I
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-four
hours: a sediment or settling indicates
a diseased condition of the kidneys.
When urine stains linen it is positive
evidence of kidney trouble. Too
frequent desire to urinate or pain in
the back is a'so convincing proof that,
the kidnevs and bladder are out of or-
WHAT TO DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'
Yramp-RxtJ:he great kidney remedy.
y 1 j mBifimnuuie Kirn i kiuiikj i r
Japan Uas taken the DroptftWJyery wish in reUeftlngpain in
nrs tr, ' ladder and
"UifeC lO Seciirft nrnanorU,.
Twenty dollars of American
gold taken to the mints of
that country can be coined
into 840, and is a full legal
tender with which to nav
every part of the urinary passa ft
corrects inability to boin f' ,
beer, and (.vercomes that unpleaHant
necessity of being compelled to geTup
many times during the nigK
urinate. The mild .mrt . J
debts and taxes. It is not at lL6 of 8w;P-Root is .soon
Al sianas the highest for itH
cases. If you need ji m:,..
Shoillfi li a va w ",uue Jou
We question Br: Archev. .7"' "JT" De
who is iwnU ; ii is true the
nuiiiKi ui. f- i , . i j r i r i vxc lain i KTnnoivi i-....
and children tMrvtn nZ m owte- DMl. WWil elected I whil 4K I.r "
Li 1. . " "e. iuc jnapaj r j ; . j j, , ' "c "cuullcan party is
march of McKinle proeper-E2l 1. C erty, in favor of the gold stLnw
ny goes merrily on. ruciucr lue aopve would
nave appearea in the; Times.
The famous Boston School
of Expression, of which Dr.
S. S. Curry is president, will
gold standard COme to onteagle for a sum-
all surprising that they can
ship goods to this country
and pay a big tariff. They
get their pay in e-olH h
even at low prices and with a
big tariff, still they make
money through their new
.KflM Hi- J
Cists, nrir . . . . "J Uig"
V, 7 w ana one
w. .-am pit' not tie
both sent free by
mail, im.r.t i,... i.
wtv,m ' tne
' uua 8ena your full txwt-
office addre to Dr. Kilme& X'
B.nfehampton.N.Y. The proprietor
of this paper guarantiee the gVnuinel
ness'of this offer. 8 "e
- wnetuer tne above wonlH L mer . w -
ailxx lurever; Decause " w
Bo-cAilAr! i..u A Anfi.n mi r-r "" wreci
w f i lll it ' V. rs ra ui r i a - - 1 IJ "k. T ,
Pnimliafa l. . tJ TT f.v- iXt?rr. - "WUIi mnicted the o-olH irom ew Hintrland to thR
. -i i mi
Theold Democrats ZA Dr. Ufferty is al!H3hXI UV--5DOay Kno.W8 that the 1 n,s move means more than
.,nii jjj,,.,.. 71. ...i i, ; urupean wrecKers of pmu
the eomincr of n onHn
o VVkUUU Jllltl
l New England to
llrvxn XI 1 1 Smitll o 1 1
"jjvh lire numanl a iscnooi is ac
if not ?he exPerience of a great past,
defeat Rrvn nolitw JL LTTin v;r-UKCr' luan Palmer and 11110 our very midst. The re-
Four-fifths of their member; thou responsible for "cer taet.on of the Demo- 8 . So uthern education
voted for MeKinW Mf? - crat e party. will be immediate and wide-
-Tfi.COn?roX European By gathering together these
Q A BlNQHAM
Populists have fused in Mich- Physician as either of the stand rH
logical comb nation. Both SeTw lWt3m IZVf fim for that 2 btog Us thouht'
J?J - "in , . , "uf U"1 Butter standard aa nno QO x the exnriftn rf o x
cua an tliey could to ai niJB uands. PolftiVa n? . , ; 1 1A 1AUL . -smwbi,
defeat Brvn ,Jfl.0 Lnlltw : t,C8' .! !?". than the Palmer and lnto our very midst. The re
Tin A . . .
bugism. The mlHh f " SClENTiPir t.,. . cannot tne Kothschilds sPreao.
i 'a a w - irj 111 ---..w r-oniiwii. rTiir ...x i j i
fratic press is making stren- Under the hLU U JsitTaHn JL LS'' hei:in8 to
uous eaorts to magnify the Ultimate Tmii Tw 1 to T "T w anere real 8cn.00,s and Providing a
i -i ti . . i m r - ui r . i i i - "i ucl n'.i Hinp -vr mimn-io . , i
pet scherrift of
iwio - ""me ctuounaing in
txi 0 rf wiuiuttic a rust
inniienrA of l . xi
. Action anS !nake the S Z f S COnJfins STT"" mo -e P1-f or wholesome thingslor
T . c tLlc uastara I article bv Gordon mu I the fw nnH - L j .
in o ,..,X VUA Oil " xvx myji c I ill KPT V tni )()( V VI nntonnln : j
rUH"'mc wmerence a sm- Pinfitio tvuu ;Wj . . fu i uomg a
cess hpvirnmi viarK ,iuuj tt wt-n as ins non-
down Senator Z. m money dWWtjr frm " S
4e PopuHst Lrf 1 vlrtion"hichbp&mnounl l the forlorn hope of the
't&SSffiL! 8 yith0Ut Mtlement of ld Democracy and kept it
They msy 1""? tled, " the patronage of
m designs. STTrE PmceHver-Knight
But.w k. - wmoe next m order. "alcnman-
fiH: ",uc con- ue ""-tends that the entire .
Htrof thoeuHE hU-H Saaf Jr.. who
hie to believe that thev will v" ITF .ny Wed as watertax collector
-r mvhcc iuai inev will veara hv f ju4, r - . . uonector
indorse theaction of thiJsore! ZJli -Springfield, 1,1., under two
ead crowd which is fusimj of title Yn7 XT " X K- "emoeratw ministrations,
iixi. ii, xuom uiie any one ostn i-n-n mo Krt.. - 1
n -KoiGDUj? Democrats in nronertv RCErElT . T tearor embez-
nil ( i lit i iri'iinriin. . in i . w, uvuik iu uiiii Kiini-r
" Turn All property be" only. 2 000 in hi.
mighty and blessed work for
our sunny land.
We feel that we are render
mg you and our community a
service wnen we ask you lo
write to A. P. Bourland,
Monteagle, Tenn., for full
programs of the Assembly's
It is the duty of everv
xi . a r
parnotic citizen to keen In
ionnea concerning the ben
eficient progress of the insti
tution, in which every South
erner should take pride.
SUCCESSOR Td BlNQHAM CO.
0 lS X
i IB Blf i.cy-i
I MAKE A SPEC ALTY OF
BEST ON TH MARKET,
Yott will find
me at the old stand
on Main Street,
which I have occupied for thirty, years.