uiNUOKU, N. C, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 1896.
n;i)A'l'K6 IN NO. 1.
;-.! Answer ft Ques
,. j ajmI latins' The Can-
rv jc, t-vfinv: Mio-31r. Sims
, . Hio roiiilt-Hoiulliean
h e the
, J; Monday the candi
' . r the county dlices put
r ,.1-varaiiCe at Rocky River.
No. 1 township to ''show"
... ;. riNi; IN NO. 1.
w t w:i3 called to order
... I) lit ury While, one of Xo. 1
K rt reliable and enthu-
. rt ! iitiiuves and one who
"'rr,-;1't ;i people in the Legis-
. t ur vn-usi nto. He firiK
the iusicmsts would
im speeches, beginning
tflice. It was de
the nominees for the
:::ibly have twenty min
first round and fifteen or
he second round.
i.; -TiLiiii ur w i t la the nominees for
... .... ; in r th annnnnnp-
. . ., v , i c.r c -riif ' until !tr ft
1. w. --d: r rroke and endorsed fu-
which was quite a display, but
"jc,sedhift!v before taking his seat
c i'i the audience asked him
fi-.s --rior;: "Did vou not vote
fc: J.:kf I'.er as a school commit
t.. in the town of Concord?"
Mr. Krstler arose and said that he
fiid, and stated that fn did it be
cause it was in accordance with his
Eiirtv reinitiation?, lie was asked
toi'-ite it the second time. Mr.
Weddintcii only asked for a re
ck:;ou this time, and would not
ak for it again.
At. r v.hi announcements of the
lol;;.: . j ;',r sheriff Mr. Sims
id he he allowed to make
a statement, which was granted,
lie tad that he wa3 receiving
much abase these days at the
hnds of the Populists. He was a
IVyuh--, yet he was termed a
ou account of some things.
1,1 th'i Populists made the
on the 10th day Of Sep
timber m regard to working for
the ooptration party and of em
ployir: 2: men of opposing parties.
He cuuid not endorse such a
raoluaun, because a man could not
attend to his duties properly and
set -I i vych a thing. He said the
men of his party abused him be
h? employed W J Mont
gomery and J L Crowell as his attorney-!.
Again, he stated that in
v,-, . :. he would let the people
of the county know whether he
2"M run for effice, as he was
vr: ovtr tha county, and after
in Xo. 11 township he
ou!d then let the people know
'tut Le was going to do.
A f-.,v MtiestionB were then asked
Mr. Sims in regard to why he could
tot fjr, on the ticket. One gentle-tJ:;'J-
why, and kicked because
-ais r mployed Mr. M M Gillon,
a D.iiiucrat, in his effice once. Mr.
:-r-'- -'.'ui that he did it only be-cup.-
k. jVi(j ff) have some one and
y,r. U)lor could perform
::! ililtmoii then arose and look
er. Sims very grufdy told
if he knew that that
was a direct thiu3t at
Sims), he should have said
- to oppose it, but that
s utterly surprised at the
r. I ,
Populists are too sharp to endorse
Mr. bewail, hut let's vote for Bryan,
if we do have ro give Sewall half
Mr. Nfabit was yery brief, Mr.
Jas. B Whitr, aspirant for the Sen
ate, arose and expressed his regret
at what Mr. Sims bad said, but
after the election he wanted to
have a talk with Mr. Sims and
have an explanation of a conversa
tion they had while goiug up the
stairs in the court house occe. He
made a personal thrust in regard
to Mr. Puryear ;in the Legislature
once, at which Mr. Purjear arose
and told Mr. White that that was a
direct thrust at him and that if
he wanted to have a discussion
with a non-candidate, he would
divide time with him.
At the end of the program Mr.
Nf-'sbit asked Mr. Hileman to state
for the benefit of enquirers who he
would vote ?for ior Ucited States
Senator if he wes elected this year.
Mr. Hilemnn said that he would not
answer that until be had another
discussion, eo the question stands
The Democratic candidate for
cotton weigher, and the Fusionist
nominee for Senate, both on horse
bick, had a very hot discussion,
judging from the many gesticula
tions. Everybody seems sociable and jol
ly, with an enormous amount of
Whole NO. 1 5:3 1
1 0 ",y I
ihen stated that if
v, ,y he would have
thtm in the cam-
!;' hi't v:;:s doing this to suit
.. lie represented Popu-
rig trcatea very badly,
b d many things thrown
-i-ven to rotten eggs. "The
Knew What lie Wanted.
A sallow individual, in a faded
brown overcoat eat down on a stool
at one of the railroad luuch count
ers the other morning and eaid to
"Give me a cup of coffee and one
of your expurgated sandwiches."
"What kind?'' asked the pro
"Expurgated," rejoined the other,
"One ot those vacuum sandwiches
for which your establishment is
"I haven't any kind but those
under that glass cover."
"That's all right. That's the par
ticular variety I was looking for.'7
He helped himself to one of them
and lifted ofl the top lid.
"This is what I call a sandwich,
nit," he observed, eyeing it criti
cally, yet approvingly. "Therms
nothing supererogatory about it.
It's one of these hiatu3 candwiches.
It's a sandwich with an alibi," he.
added, replacing the lid and study
ing the outer surface of it intently.
"It's an absent sandwich; it's a
sandwich which has failed to arrive.
I have seen times when I would
have given worlds to "
"Say," interrupted the proprietor,
"if you don't like that sandwich
you needn't eat it. That's all there
is about it."
"Who said I didn't like it?
Didn't I call for it? I generally
know what I want. For this par
ticular occasion and for this specific
luncheon I happen to want on9 of
your negative sandwiches one of
your shadowy, deflated and dream
sandwiches, and like a man, sir, I
call for it, Anything wrong about
"Yon needn't get gay," grumbled
the man behind the counter. "Did
you order coflee ?''
"I did. Give me, if you please, a
cup of your best suppositious
"I've only got one kind of coffee,"
replied the sulky caterer.
"That's the kind I want. A cup
ofyour universally admired non
existent coffee. Accompanied, if
vou please, by a small pitcher oi
jyous vague phantasmal, visionary
And while the man in the faded
brown coat munched the sandwich
and sipped the coffee, in a slow, absent-minded
way, the proprietor
stared at him and breathed hard
and longed to throw him out of the
window. Chicago Tribune.
Mr. G Ed. Keesler says he voted
for Jake Boeer because he was the
nominee of the fusion ticket. Now,
if setting insolent negroes in a t ody
of committeemen over the schools
of white children is to be the out
come of Republican Populist fusion
is it not time for the better class cf
Populists to consider well whither
they are drifting? If Southern
white Republicanism does imply a
letting down of Anglo Saxon pride,
are Populists, lately from the fold of
Democracy, ready to take so long a
step? We think not.
Arthur Bird, of New York, ha
eleven living children. He was
eevf-ntv-four vear3 old a few dav3
since and hd all bis cnildren to a
birthday dinner. When all the
guests uncovered their plates each
one was favored with ten crinp
$1,000 bills as a birthday present,
The Democratic cha'rniui in
Kentucky says that returns show
that there are just 14,711 gold stan
dard Democrats and 13.340 silver
Republicans. The fusion will give
Bryan the 23.000 votes cast for
Weaver in 1892, when Cleveland
had 41,000 majority in Kentucky.
For Infants and Children.
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The New York Recorder Repub
lican, suspended publication after
the stockholders h-d sunk about
$1,000. 000 in the effort to k ep it
aliye. Hanna should have come to
the rescue at least nnnl -!Hct.io!i d iy.
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liver. If the liver is O. K. the
man is O. K. His blood is kept
pure, his digestion perfect, and he
can enjoy life and act intelligently
and patiently upon tho questions
of the day. "You all know what to
take. You have known it for years.
It is Simmons Liver Regulator
afraVSCTfi .i l I
For years you and your fathers
have found it of sterling worth.
It is and always has been put up
only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take
none but the genuine. It has the
Red Z on the front of the wrapper,
and nothing else is the same, and
nothing so good.
Physicians srd Surecrr,
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$10 to SI 8 per wtefe to Men red
Women tor easy home work. Ni
books or canvassing. No experi
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Send stamp for work and particu
lars. E. Herrman, 213 South Sixth
Street, P liladelphia, Pa. c 31
A "brinks cocplexion is a beauty lo li
self. It picases the eyes of thoughtles
?eople and the minds of thinking people
liey know that a really crood complexion
is a ?ig:n of health, and created by Nature
There are diiierent ways of imitating1 a fiat
complexion : cosmetics, whieli deceive tio
body, but ruin the skin and make the tisei
look silly and prematurely old ; stimulants
which only give a temporary iiuj- h ; ci-ir.Ter-ous
drug-9 which drive pimply disorder?
from the face back into the blood. Ai;
these "counterfeit" complexions are v.n
safe and easily detected. 'But the g-enum-r,
unmistakeable, much-admired color and
clearness of health can only be obtained
by clearing all bilious matters and humors
out of the blood.
The first step towards creating- a pod
complexion by Nature's own method is to
pet the blood clear, and the circulation free
and active. There is no complexion so sal
low, muddy or pimply but it will be cleared
and brightened by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It is the best natural
complexion-maker on earth. It sends the
fresh glow of real health to the cheeks by
thoroughly clearing' all bilious and eruptive
humors out of the blood. It strengthens
the digestion and regulates the bowels in
a mild, natural way. It gives brighter coloi
to the blood, and not only beautifies the
complexion but makes the eyes brightei
and the breath sweeter.
If the bowels be very much constipated,
it will be advisable to take small doses of
Dr.' Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, conjointly
with the use of the "Golden Medical Dis
covery." One or two each day just suf
ficient to get their laxative and alterative,
8r blood cleansing', effect will be sufficient
J F Hurley has the old rehVj'e
Penn Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. Tney write the bett policy
on earth. The most de.-drahle at thi
least cost. See the contract before
taking insurance aleo tire and acci
The Jlorxan V Wright (Jiiarat-.'oc
The guarantee of the "ood tires"
is broad'enough to cover almost anj
kind of ailments and to sa:fy tb
most exacting rid' r, but the line
must be drawn sonv vherp, and Mor
gan & Wright are tj -. - g to aake it
known to riders evei) wutre that ths
guarantee does not: cover dunv.igesi
resulting from the arrvirg ot anti
leak preparations i:ir?e he tirA.
By having as much air as possihla
in the M. & W. - ck. repair tii'd
before putting tb - ?col into the
puncture, and foil ? the few
other simple instrn? nw in the cat
alogue, a era enei u-yair can hi
made in two minu at the road
side, without removing the tire from
Dr. Miles' Pain Pill ft are cunrantporl tn st
! Ucadachu inZO minutes. "One cent a dos-i
Waiter L. Malu's Circus.
For the above occasion at Salis.
hury Saturday, October 24th, and
Charlotte Monday, October 26ch, the
Southern Railway will sell tickets
to Salisbury at 90 cents and to
Charlotte at 85 cents for the round
trip. Tickets on sale t?ay of the
performance, limited day after per
formance, but are not good on the
vestibule trains. Passengers will
please be prepared to make, their
own change for ahote tickets.
IUIMS - 0
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No donbt;about it; -we:are;.better fixed to
please you--in- Clo thing' gtlian we have ever
Men's Suits, latest and
We guara.nte3 to save yourmone'
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