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t ' Xatinn'nl-A Ul tnft j-L P-Ik. president,
North Carolina; Hi II- CJoven vice presi
dent Kn:' J. If. Tuintr, seeretarv
treasurer, Geor-hi: JrWiHctts, lecturer.
Kansn. - i .
Math Altioirf-Ww Carr, president.
Riff -1 :0!l SpUaK-iC. U-Miljntield; secretary.
j'i'l'1:' CWjrJ'awe Miller, president.
"VWwkitttri.M.'U K'tchifc, secretary, Saw.
- Iredell CauiiJ.hhlmnn, president.
& : : j;Co)l 1 lprl?g;'-M.-. K'l.msey,. secretary,
! .. CaJa-rus CoHnty. V. II! It-man, presi
N dent. (Word; Dr. J. S. Liflerty, bccic-
-.' tary, C inceird.
- - ; JtoiitUw Counti It. S. G rem, presi -lent.
. Jimes; V: A. "Liml4vf sccrvUry, Thonms-
-ville. . v '
" A Little NoHsense How and Then, Etc.
' By Jove,,old man. thut trie oti top
. J i , i .i. i :t.., ..
ol your ulster tnnKcs you iuuu .mc .
1 corked vt tie." -
"And our sealskin caj makes jou
V jeuk like till uncorked one."
-r Mrs. Cumso -Yoti say yon did not
-drink anything last night? -
"s CuraW) ('ertiiiuly 1 do. How can
" " you accuse me of such a thing?
MfH. Jiim 1 turned on the plio
i itograph just before you came in.
; Liiiteb to your own words.
, K PhonoifrHph Wash u aavoid'hly
(hie) dfeUiuid ct the office.
,r Btrangcr Hare ycu always lired in
1r hii place, nn' little mau ?
? Boy (rcspe'ctfully) Yea, sir.
Stranger (pityiiily) U npst- be
V Terr dismal here. j
. "V: Bot (cheerfully) Oh, no, sir! I
fctrelftU of fun with the guys who
ptnt along tearly erery duy and ak
foolish questions. - .
' I)ertjia Harry has .proposed to me
V and LJiave accepted him.
, i" Maud 1 u d eed ? He mea n t w h !it h e
said, then" -'
' : I3ertha Meant what?
r Majud He proposed to me yesterday.
and when, I lvfvked hiu he said he
1 uuuld do-somethitig des)erfile.
i . A. I see that they are trying to
put a stop to all betting in Ne.v York.
-D. I'm-glad of it. Hetting is a
pern lpiou practice. I hope they will
- ctop it. !
v ""Hut thev can't do' it." V
:' ''Can't, do it ! ril bet you fifty dol
lars they can.
y :J ; Fimt Trareler I was in Paris diir
ing the ieige. . .
1 Second "j TraTeler I was in Ne
s York daring tho jlraf t riotsr
.. . Third Traveler 1 was hi Scotland
n-i when the railway striken paraded the
. Streets wijblf bagpipes.
distress (angrily )- -Who h that who
slipped out of the door as I came in?
. .'Another one of jour numerous cousins,
. 1 presttme. j '
4 Pretty r'rvant No'm; hen no
; , .relation of mine. He's one of yours.
: ti j Coa Dealer (anxiously )--Hold on !
1 5" hat. load hasn't, been weigh ed It
. .looks1 to uie rather1 large for a ton.
Driver Taiirti intended fer a ton.
1 ; It's two tons. j
; Dealer 13e pardon. Go ahead.
A. I didn't'see you j at the theatre
' U. Didn't you? I was t lit re,
though, and haiba tip4op seat. '
- 1 "Indeed, iii a private bos?" 1
"No, in the gallery."
. Justice Duffy to Thompson street
- culprit, a dusky euegambi'iii:- .
.Vcre ybu arrestr d Uefcre?"'
44No, boss, whni 1 was anvsted' de
ms from bohind.
j vuMy boy," said the good deacon re-
jtirovingry, "da you know where little
: boys go vfho gi? fislu'iig on Sunday?"
"Well, mosfcjof 'em go to de lake.
Dat's best place." .
- Daly Did you threaten to shqpt the
man who eloped with your wife?
' Henpeck No; rent him a scalper's
.. ticket and ten dollars.
"CongratulJtme, old fellow! - lam
i going to niafrv the widow Mouey
:bwr " -V .;. ' '
"And is she handsome?"
."I shuuld say so! Slie haa given
;me Sl0U,QO0 oatright."
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i Coggs (wearily) This paper makes
ine tired. ,
j Foggs Nothing in it?1 .
. F Boggs So much in it.'
: ' 1-"Why (lid ynu give np tailing or
jSltsH Ausonu .
; No mau can make love successfully
to a w'omau who persists in keeping a
tucivoo clock. .
''Why do Indians .call their heaven
the happy huntini? grounds?'1
' "lhtre aye no Indian agents there."
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' C8Tit. Alexander in Washington.
Thtf Washington Post of Monday
f says: Capt. Sydenham B. Alexander.
:uf Charlotte, N. C, Uepresentative
elect from th Sixtlu district of that.
'State in "the nxt House, isat the Met-
: Vopolifaii: lltjhvai elected by a nia
, jority of 7;300. He u a fine looking
-wuu of .swldiery Rearing, js more than
six Xtt tall,'aiu weighs 230 pounds.
1 1" n1"'" of ability he will probably
' rixxu At th? head of the North Ckroli
na delegation. Tie was for a time
; tdj-iirniy ii "nt tl 1 oi i
eirtive committee in his State, has serV
etl as Senator, and also a member of
the ISUie board of agriculture. He
.-necinieaune nomination of lieutenant
overnr in lSS. He u now chair-
. inaii of the Staje exmftlvis committee
of tne rarmersvAUtee. At thy re
Xent e;ouvehtion;-iu Ocahi ho waj rec
nixed ms one of the ablest and most
conservative men 4her?. .
Tin e.mtract for the erection of the
, U.!iivt:e Auditorium mxs awarded Ia?,t
n - " ''" - t.i'htoi iii,!! u i,:iVii' ; st
.. ii'pit'-i ii auOUi li.O;jJuiiil i hi : .:..!...!
iW ttieuuiiual musiiial fcslival and hU"e
uiietiuiaud xalhcrii:i of any Hind.
mm to enow riK-sT-cLASs i:eei at '
1 The best-beef ha usually sold at a
profit through all the reasons, of de
preasicn. T'iie exception may be ac
counted for in the iuijVopeiv metho(l
of feeding, i.nd iglect to improve the
best time for market ing. Every gen
eral fauner should, growXgond-grade
cattle every animal the proge-ny of a
pure-bred sire my .'of the recog
nized beef breed-", and the danV should
bd of tlie Iwst'type of cows, herself t lu
ge t of a choice "sire with as much good
blood back of him as , is obtainable.
The cows should be trained to milk
well; and if their capacity after a fall
test when three vnus old does no!
reach an average of 4 gallons per day
dm-infr 250 davs in tlie vear irreat ef--
fort should le made to breed them so
that their progeny will be rore- sure
ly in the milking strains. Half o!
uch a-cow's milk should go to th
calf until six months old, the balance
ro good use for butter or cheese and
1 1 1 e dross to t h e p i gs . A th ree-yea r-old
cow whose average milk production i.
less than 3jalioiis daily for two-thirds
of a year Has no profitable hco on
tbe average farm. The 4-gallon co
described above, under right manage
ment, will pay her way and givo her
owner a GOO pound calf at sis months
old, free of charge which may be
counted the average animal profit
S-om a herd of good cows. With-siiclr
a steer or heifer calf it may be fed U
earlmaturity, say at GOO days old.
Under snccessfulTeeding for beef it
will never become well acquainted
with hunger, nor-shosld it ever be al
lowed to become dyspeptic from full
satisfaction tothWeed box. There i
a right principle to follow in tlie sue
eessful production (;f beef and butter.
The aove.outliiie applies to the g.-n-eral
fafmer who lives five miles or
more "from ra village of 1,1)00 popula
tion or a railroad station his farm"
land being worth $'-Vd to 6100 per acre.
The special dairyman who sells miljv
in town by retail, or sbips to the city
wholesale trade may ( Y) ignore the
beef asd calf question. The large
farms where is scarce and high
priced and the land worth less than
30 an acre, may dispense with irectf
milkei'3 by careful managemeiit, graz
ing the cows principally, and tha steers
after 12 montlis old, putting the later
on the market at 30; months of - agf
instead of 20 months. - But the pros-,
perous cattlenian must be a business
man one of natural abiMty; and the
more he knovs of the world of busi
ness the better chance for profit for
his calling. Orange Judd Farmer.
- Pres3 Oniaions.
WHAT Til." li;
IVQIQI PIIES8 HAS
Theman that gets mad at what tlie
news)apers say about :him sliould re
ttirh thanks three-times lulay for what
he newspapers know about him but
:eei) in tiie background. Raleigh
1 Economy and rctrehchrneiifc -in cs
enses is one of the principles for
vhich the Alliance of Tennessee is,
fighting, and a big appropriation' for
lie World's Fair v, ill not be endorsed
)Y the farmers of Tennessee in their
depressed condition.' Toiler.
The. Farmers' Alfr-mce and trades
unions in the cities are coming rapidly
togethei in all matters when? vrnity of
action is needed to protect labor in its
usFrights. W ith these two powerful
'orces in tle citv and country united.
any needed legislation can be secured
beyond a. doubt."
Thosow-ho look upon farming r.s
only an ordinary occupation are mis-
aken. ; as rror, V ngnton remarks.
agriculture is a born science. It is
full o botany, geology, zoology, ento
molo?V. It is full of chemist rv, from
the soil to the growing plant, the
repearing seed end the animal life
which is the- outcome. Elizabeth City
The Alliance is leis than a year old
in Ohio, and has- 084 lodges with ii
membership of ;t,000 and growing at
a tremendous rate. Thev exnoct to
have 11)0,000 members before another
year ends. The Alliance in Indiana.
Illinois, Pennsylvania and New York
is -booming, and wilt-l:cvfore:18'J2 have
thousands of sub-Alliances.- The
question now7 is not when wilFwe die,
but how big will avc get to be. The
future only can decide our limits and
Theye are- some members of everv
community that are like, crumbs of
bread in tht? throat. If thev go the
right ivay thev afford but little '.nour
ishment, and if the wrong wav they
causii ti great deal cf trouble.---Char
The wool hat brigade is going to
have something to -"say in the presi
dential contest of 1892. A man with
a clean record on the currency anes
tion will and must be nominated, or
there will be trouble in thw camp.
We" are of those who llelieve in sneak
ing out plainly that our former 'lead
ers may know just what to depend on
We say can 1 id i v. the feelinir amonur:
the masses iti Tennessee and other
States south and wcs.i on the fr?e
coinage of silver is such that no ncrtr1
caa .uieiy ignore or antagonize it.
We have seen and conversed with" rep-
aesentative alhar.comeii from these
states in our State and National
Councils, and know' whereof we pealL
i ne pouueat papers who are still ciin
ing io Cleveland do not voice th!
ments of the great- common
who must ueciae that contest ip. ISDli.
. According to Senator Plumb t takes
a S!jM),C00 retinue to wait on 4 ? 140,-
vr;u senate. Dut then) the
moves 'slow, -.except when it
irivale pension biilsv and rei
joj,1 deal of vr.itin-r on.
Orchard and Garden.
Be prepared to jdant oifons at the
Srst opportunity. ij
Wood ashes mikes the lOit top dress
ing for the-onion bed. :j . -
. If therei is any doubt about the qual
ity of the seed, test them, j j
Even ti e smallest sred ijiil germin
ate better if covered lightly.
jllapberrv plants should be put out
a; early as the sVd! will ajjoiit.
In jiruniug alMarge wounds should
be covered with whith ieac and oil.
Buclwheat is a good crjp to grow in
the crchanl to help build lip fertility.
A little work now in providing good
i rain age wilFhelp in gsttiiig-sthe seed
i i early. .
' So far as possible all Ihe manure sp-
nlied,in the garden should be thorough
ly rotted and fine. j
- Onions, lettuce, peasp, beets, radish
and spinach can be sown us soon as the
aioiFcai be workedv
Sow or plant every tiling in stright
raws andsufficiently far apart to use the
rarden "cultivator. !i
Mix the radish seed, using an early,
medium and late variety, in order to
keep up a succession.
By using the garden seed drill seed is
listiibifcd more evenly in the ro.v and
is covered more evenly.
It is important in thc'.'garden and
orchard to get the work all done in sea
son; planting ahead will ai. in this.
Mix a tew radish seeds with the as
paragus, rhubarb and parsnips, so that
the weeds will not hide the plants.
Tn tlie garden the-best plan of apply
ing commercial fertilizers is broadcast
ing. .In the garden especially at i
diliicult to get the soil too .rich.
Piant ths garden so as to have a!: of
:l.e ground occupied during the grow
ing season. There is no advantage in
planting anv km
l teed wnen
ilie soil is wet and cold.
Du not calculate on making the gar
den all at once. A good garden should
furnish a'supply all though th? season:
kale, kohl rabi, celerysalsify and cau
liflower are ail good crop.5!, 'but not so
generally lai.sed as they hpu'd be. St.
. " To Subduo Weeds.
One iaipcrtaut point in kes-ping n
fa rnv clear from weeds is to see that
these germs are noLitaported in pur
chased seed. . Weeds are- ci'tcn iiitro
duced by the farmer's own animals.
Horses that have been fed at the town
jf l-.'ii mill r -if fin ii". of I'MV.t 'iJM i f
ie neen a
lowed to lorage on tne
each be Ih
ie. means or bringing oonox-
o t I
lows weeds into Ihe
hoed rps clean cultivation is the an
tidote. Cut the weeds. rii !at the sur
face of the
they are at their-best,' that is f t th
time of llowt'ring. a;nd bcfi:
ths seed-.' lias grown suliiciimt t
iiiHiale. This v.- the best
dealihg with sccd.i whe:
v i ave
comei pest in
In t!i4? la! tor s
in mckuows nnu past ures;
hecp are very eilicien'
vred de.-troyer.-, ;-s
thpy wi'i bro.we
closd-ly many vaiietics that cattle will
In some countries' it. is said -there aiv
inAd.i entirely free fTo!1.! wee ls, owing
to verv high cultivation -and c uefu!
t 'iin rt ou1v juid nifi'if. nr.- Ki"l
results are no:
to be expecte'.l
emintry, ana we
lave weeus as heret.of.ore, but they can
bp kept in such subjection as to reduce
their injurious rfiVets to a minimum.
W here they serve no better use, they
at bast give evider.ee of the soil's fer
tility. Unless rich grnuHjd is closely
covered with useful plant it is certain
to produce v.fcds. Nothing surpasses
clover for smotherin weeds. If sowst
tiiickly, and ?tock is kept!" off from, ii
Iter the mowing, so th it some or the
seed fram the second crop will be scat
tered, it wiil gam complete poscs;on
of the field, to tlie exclusion of the
weeds. N. V. World.
, Ear'y Potatoes.
Sometimes it is an i'.eni to have po
tatoes for market very early. Whfn
this is the case, care should be taken to
se!e;t a piece of hind that is well drained,
loamy and 'readily prepared in a good
tilth. Potatoes need a deep preparation
and a though cultivation ia order to
receive a vigorous growth. Get a good
early variety. Hirly. Sunrise and
Charles Djwning are both g'oo l earlv
Get seed of go ..idupiality. Good seed
is necessaiy in order to Secure a vigor
ous, thrifty plant. It is much easier
to keep vigorous, thrift v plants growing
than to induce a weak, siickly p!ant to
Prepare the soil well' and th.en work
out the rows, running th'e plow deep.
Take a forkful of fresh manure from
the horse stable and pat where each
hill of potatoes is to be planted; put on
this about two inches of rich fine soil
and t lien drop the seed! on this and
cover i-hre or fonriuehqs deep at least,
pressing the soil down well upon the
seed. - ' if
Keej4he foil in a goOjd tilth so as to
secure vigorous growth! Thin out as
soon. as the plants make; their appear
ance above ground, leaving not more
than 'three' good vinestdpach hill. The
benefit ef the 'manure isj that it keeps
the s"il somewhat warmer end wis af
. lords gco'd train age tvyo"11ems in se
aming an early germination and start
,16 grow: In this way a supply can be
ootamed earlier than by almost any
either -way of outdoor! planting. St.
SEXATCit'lxGALLs: has pub-lished a
poem onkopportunity-'i It was proba
bly written before he hill felt the full
we-::: ct vi farmers. A iltati:
Do You Hear It?
Senator lugalls, in his speech the
ojhor day in the Senate, g ive. utterance
to the following significant remark,
which our eastern fneu-'ls will do well
to consider thoughtiully and apprecfate
the lesson (it teaches:
"The political power of thf nation
has, been transferred from the. circum
ference to the center, and the people ol
that center wre unanimously demanding
free coinage of silver."
Therv it is, pl.iir. and unmistakable.
Do you hsar it, McssiS'. Congn s-vtuen r
Or are you de if. dumb and blind ? Aiv
such realistic atterances and visabie
facts as the$e, which new political cen
ters an 1 public opinion h developing,
of no scccuut and unworthy of notice?
If -so, thorn ignore it all and continue to
disregard the lesson which they teach,
and iiiioii wo will see where you will be
The senator adds:
"T hare not tin least doubt" -that a
great majority of the ) e p!e, irrespec
tive of paity. are in favor of. free coin
age, and have-been for tlie past fifteen
years. They have been paltered with in
a double sense, ai cFt'iere w.ll has been
thwarted, defied :Tiui trampled -under
Now, is it nofc quite tiiu tliissliould
stop? Have we not had enough of it?
members mean deliberately to defy
theyvill of the people? Alliance Sen
tind. State IieT7s.
The muddy belt extends from North
Carolina' to Texas. Coaemu ritandurd.
Many Nortlicia;, Mhldle States and
New England people were at the New
The Brevard Press and Carolinian has
reduced its size to-4 pages 'and its price
to $1 per year.
The Statesvile Lai.kmark lias it on
good "authority ? lhaL a "U,000 cottiai
iactery is soon to be erected at Jhnwood
y a' itliodi; .island man.
"Lexington Dispatch: The people li-ere
have coiae togeti.er ;iud said that whi.-ikey
sliall not l;e sold in the town or the
borders thereof, if any body knows it.
Iialeij.ii New-Observei : It is rumored
that A. ltohhiiis. po.-tir.ater at Windsor,
iie.s lieen found short in. his necounta and
ais otlico turned over to his sureties. e
Chariotle New.-: The United States
postohiee amFcourt house building' here
i.s almost completed. Jt is now being
iitted with lock boxes, etc.,' preparatory
to moving the 'po.. to dice there.
Elizubet h City Faleon: tins liobbius,
the colored post in aster of Windsor, ha-;
been di5j!aced from his olliee for short
age m i i r pe:iol:ice
money, ot several
The alderman of Tarhoro'and county
comnn.-.-inners ot ivigecombeeouutv each
voted 10o to ihe
a "write up" t f Ta : bor- '.ind EdgocomUc
count v. Marion Free Lance.
A tornado swept o ei
i-ounty Saturday night
a half a miie w ivte". Tvi
killed near raillery
Mortevl tiavt u ovu-i'x'i'
repn.g- a space J
; child rcn v.vi e ;
and it i r - j
ol "ptfMile were ,
kiiie:. fiirt hi reast.
BY Till: s"'ANJ.Y .::.-;.U
It is ?aid thai ir.'iio t
i:iir lots have hern -old
an eight v hidld
ia th; bM.-tlia;
town of Biles- ilie.
Norwood is getting- on
hear that j v. r.d huii.lin,
ed there soon.
a i .))! 3 .
s will be ere -t
Cross-tics n toe
to wiihiu a mile of Albeinarle.
undct.stand that they Tou'l want- any
more ties; have ev.ough.
There will bo uivine 5-e rviccs e.t .the'
FvaiigCiical Lath.erau ehuivli in this!
town next "Saturday night and Sunday
morning by Ih v. .) . 1". Shirey. I
A turnpike road irom Albemarle to i
LowderV J'en-y, near the mo:ith ol the !
Uwharric, is becoming ;uite probable.
A survey of the road began tlih v ";.
Next to a railroad a turnpike would do
more h r the county than.anvi!iingrelse.
lite Aiiianca Trust- '
THE FARMr.IiS ORGANIZE
. Topkka, Kansas, March 0. The Far
lners' Alliance of Kansas, Nebraska. Io
wa and Missouri have organized in a
trust to control the grain and cotton
markets of the United Stales. President
McGrath, of the Kansas Alliance, said
yesterday: The Alliance in the fu
ture would depend more on business
management Chan on polities, lie said,
when there was a rise in the market
thry would only sell enough grain to
satisfy t lie demand, and thus prevent
the speculators from getting control. Tlie
Kansas agent of ths Alliance papeis has
sent advertisements to Alliance papers
throughout tiie State slating that he
would advance money to all farmeis de
positing grain in the Alliance warehouses
f-ulTieient to meet their necessities and
would give them the advantage of a rite
in tiie market when it came.
Many years jiTac-tiee have given C.
A. Snow 6: Co.. Solicitors of patents at
Washington, I). C, ursurpas-ed kk
cess in obtaining patents, for all c 1 e.es
oc invf iition:;. llu-y maKo a specialty
of many patents that had leen pre
viously rejr etetl. Their adrertrseiuent
in aiiyt her column, will be of interest
to inventors, patents, manufacturers,
and all who have anything to do with
m .) i mn : , .
Walte r B.i Iges. Athens, Teiin., writes:
"ir. ; . , .. . i t .... i l ..;..,.i
1 Ul .-..V XLUI "1 i II. in il ilUilOOl illil
running .sores and an enla rgeincnt of the
bo lies, in ray leg. 1 tiled everything I
hoard of without any permanent benefit
until Botanic Blood Balm was recom
mended to me. After usiivg six bottles
the sores healed, ana I am now ia l e;ter
.health tlian I have" ever been. I
tiiis teslimonial usolici,:el because I
want others to be beucnttod.
- T- .. I,
Aa old p'aysk i.iri. rt'tlml frura pricrir-e, hnvtnj:
li.tij piuct-d Ih Lis ii.rnds by aa E.t: i Inaet iaia:-.iaiw
ary Hi lorasulu f a sUnpk ve-.-iabie rciii.'!v toi
iii- speedy ana pva: Uifat cuiV f't-roiasumptton.
Bmneiilils, CaUnli. Asibma .'iijd 7: io;,i. aini
I.uuir Arrtcli"!ts. i'l:.o a posiiHe aiid r;.dn:al cure
tnr fjuii.4 it-t;tiuv and ali Neividis ma jiai:.!-..
altrrliaving t e.st eel its v.otn.'ertul rural ie r-'
la tliOUxinu or casf s. Ii s ;tii it ids aav :o uuf
ii known to U;s saO'tnng fellows. Aetna u n tn tl.i
iaoiieand tiest.t- u lelif ve Uuman suiT-nukp. l"
will iriitl fiitu of c:i:ir;'-',iOiill vlma-jMrc ir. Lis
r.'i-lpc. In tM'inan. Ft ir.u or EnltsU. with full ta
leciifi'.is for pieti.oiii ami vising. s-i,t bv uv il b
fidm-tng lth htiiinp, n.;uai! lias ppr, v. A.
Noves, bi i'owtis lUock. ltochlsiei-, X. Y. is. iy
VMdrth Cry for Pitcher's Castoria:
Clerk Superior Court, W G Watson.
SiJeriff, Jas M Jlonroe
" Itegister of Deeds, UN Woodson.
Treasurer, J Sanvl MeCubbius.
Surveyor, I C Arey.
Coroner,' D A Atwell.
Commissioners, W L Kluttz, ehairmaii,
Drlj W Coleman, Cornelius Kestler, J
A Stewart and 1 V Patterscji .
Sup?t Public Schools, T C Linn. - '
Sup't of Health, Dr J J Summerell.
Overseer of Poor. A M Brown.
Mvor.T C Linn
CtfVk, D II Julian.
Treasurer, lit Foust.
Police, It W Price, chief, J F Tace, C
W-rofd, It yi Bai ringer.
Commissioners North ward, J A Iten
dleman, D M filler; South ward, D It
Julian, J A Barrett; East ward, J B Cor
don, T A Couglienou! ; West ward, Ii J
lloluics, J W 3Iauney.
Methodist Services every Sunday at
a ni un4 .',- p m. 1 raver meeting
every Weuucsday at
W II Lei til pastor.
dl p ii
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at.g o'clock. J V iauney, sup't.
Presbyterian Services every Sunday
at 11 a m and S:.'!0 p in. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 8:'iO p 1:1. Itcv J
ltuinple, D D, ,jastor.
Sunday elAnl every Sunday afternoon
at 4 p in. J.iium-ple, sup't.
Lutheran Services every Sunday at 11
a m and 7 p in. Prayer- meeting every
Wednesday at 7 p m. liev Clias B King,
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at '3 p m. 11 (i Kier, sii t.
Episcopal Services every Sunday at 11
a m and 0:o0 p m and Wednesday at 6:30
p m. Lev F JMurdoch, rector.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 3 p in. - , sup't. .
Baptist Services every Sunday morn
ing and night. Prayer meeting every
Wcdniiday night. Ilev N S Johcs,
Sunday school every Sr.nday at i a.m.
Thos L Swink, sup"t.
Cat-ho-i : Services every second -Sunday
at 10 A a m and 7 p m. ltev Father
'Gerard, a-t( r.
Sunday school every Sunday at.lOa m.
Y M C A Devotional serviees at Uali
every Sundait-- at 4:- 0 p m. Business meet
ing tirst Thursday nigiit in evei y. month.
I II Foust, pres't.
Fulton Lodge No P!) A F.& AM, meets
every first and third Fridav night in each,
mont'i. 1) B Neave. V M.
Salisbury .Lode, No 21, K -of P, meets
every Tues;hiy night. A II B'.ydeit, C C.
Salisl.'iiry Idge, No 77o, K of ', meets i
every 1st ain't '.Ui Mf-nuay-niglit in eaeli j
month. C T Be: !ii):.!ut, ih'etator. j
Salisbury C'lUiu il, No -72. Itoyal Ar- ;
eanum, meet cyery 2d aiid -4.1 ii Ci(Uiday 1
ld-lit in tech m-.mth. 11 G Klci'!
":"J0 r.i to i',..':0 p m
! a ni to o p m.
' a ni to i :t;0 p ;a
iOU i'S 1 1 OI:l
Send. iv ho
T 1 1 Ba:::sav. !
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria,
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:'!:iy at Topoka, Kan.,
; i a i x Co. S l o: pc r year.
A.: t:; i.-i.: Aiiiance
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: ::.. An evliiiui-'!-.'.
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ff, r!nan.' anu
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Hie rr' j'i::;:,U tituinah r.f th Alliance ct
I'cojiif's i'aitv ia whi 'lv Tnr. Advocxtk lias
pn.v')s p :,-:.t a fa-u.r N fast ivtnlt a na
Uoiiat r.'i!:t stto-i an-1 .''.roulaUon. ('tu'ereU aii't
( ucmrv'-' 1 "v t!i. I'l-'. -'iific-enr csiilt so far at-talr.-.l,
witii iuiw-jvi. ri -- f a, iX tiie future, ami
l;eMevl')g tiiat th Kraaa l..!nnl.iis Is but the
dawiila i ( a i.-r. .rtf-os in f.r masses the
'C-:f- Tin; Aiiviii'ATii ! liopffnily pursua
lis ii-is.skii. Siiiisoopiioa price, .;l.0 per eiu",'
'u advance.. Aibtre-s
ADVOCATE FUBL1SH1N3 GO.,
Air and-Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon
,.-. ? f
j. L. RAMSEY, PRO -
Complete' iii all
Every Vau.ety of Printin'o Doni:
V"iTir.Ni:.TNKss and Di. i'atcij.
, Ball & Wcddinc: Invitatien;
atishicbei G aaraatccd.
Carer.;?, ana Tn;Jc-.r!f o')tai icl, end a!! F:.t
crst bnsrir.css coadnctcj i r Mocesatc Fr ss.
Our Office tS'Of-Posi f e U. S. Pmcnt Grric
fiud v.e c.v. i sccore pa:-i:t in k-s tiavu tudu Uio-;i-remote
Send Tnodi-1, ln.v.-rn or phofo., v--ith descrip
tion. V.e advii'o, if .ratcrruu.e v not, j.ci of
charge. Our fee i;ot d'io till pnfna Is feci: red.
A Pamphlet. 'IInw toObtUn P.itcrae," with
r.amf;.: of actual ctivut.i ia your Etato, couaty ' or
town, bcut free. AI'!fsi,
Opp. Patent Cffi
every variety and
eguiar Horizontal tieAci
must simnlo. tlurablfi fin?1
ft xt j -j 5T r)
1H M , Or'-- - , .. - i J1 J. 'J V.
Pump in the market lor' Mines, Quarries,
Reanerie Iroveros, Factories,. Artesian
wells,, Fire 'duty and general .jnanufacturiiiq
purposes, ESrfynd for Catalogue. -
Ti3 A. UAHERON STIAS POM? WOK S,
Foot op East 23d Stscut, !Ct;w Yqkk. '
- - - r , v.' .
Passenger Train Schevlule.
Effective Jp.ri. TTth, 1S0F
No; i-j" ,
8 40 ! m
11 20 p m
11 -S2 P M
1 04 A M
Lv Paint Itoek
Lv Hot Spring-?
Lv AshcviUe ; 7
Lv Bound Knob
Lv Newt on
$ iy v m
- V M
4 0() i- -m
4 A7v M
0 S, v M4
' '4o i- m
Lo p m
! 102o p Ll
12 a :a
' t'O a in
j 0o a in
1 p in.
-'- a da
J! a L
2 ;0 pJa
4 C; p ia
2 1" A M
2 59 -a M
a m a m
4 14 A 3t
4 lio A M'
5 28 .tin
6 20 a,.in
11 it m
10 01 a m
'3 rK) p m
12 8S p m
l o2 p m
- 10 p n
1 00 p in
7 o0 p m
11 2.y p , n
;i OO.a m
G 20 a m
! Lv Statcsvi7Te
i Ar Greensboro
. Ar Danville
Ar Was ine Jon
1 Ar Baltimore
, Ar PhMndelpliH
' Ar New Yoi k
No .') "
h New York
" PhihuleiphiH '
12 1 a Ui
.'I HO ti ra
0 4o a m
"0 i ni
J lo m
1 oo p m
0 l't pi 1:1
4 lo p m
5 20 a m
-8 00 pm
1 4:a ia
2o() a m
3-1-1 a. in
" " ( a m
4 4h a m
j a m
0 a i n
5 3J a m
4 '00 -j in
. 0 ;7 p ;a
f ' :a
l :i in
; 8 4o a ia .
f t Ot p in
1 2o a hi
o Ji a in
10 a i i
12 r7 p ta
2 22 p ni
2 p m
3 "TO p in
4 22 . in
- j .hS p m
' 7 20 p rii
7 :2i p m
5 '.y t ia
10. JO p m
" "Bound Knob
! Ar A!;evi!!c
" Hot Springs
! " Paint Peek -;
i " Kiioxvil'ie-
i) 2o a r.i
11 00 a m
j No 1 1.
! H iidersoiiville
44 Flat Rock
i " Saluda
i A r Sp:: rtanlmrg
: ' Tvroii
! Flat Bock'
10 10 a m
1 1 Od'a ni
11 I S a rti
1231 p in
1 40 i ia
4 40 p m
f 4G p. m
.(' 27 ) ui
0 .7iq rj
7 07 p in
8 o0 ) in
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l i j e
. r s
. I'.al.v cxl'i'iI
V !a i i U
-!0 -i m
J17 p in
t i in
Lv Tonifi !a
Ar Brvsn-.i (i'y
14 Ash evilly
IMVi a r.
2 0.V p tn"
-i 0o p v.1)
Nes. 0 and 10. Piillman sleepers be
twecn ( Ij-ec nsbnro and Moi ristown.
Nos. -II and 12, PullninuSleepers be
tween Hot Spring and, ''Vasliington and
New York.. .'
Xos. 13 ;url ;. Pulman- Parlo?-Car?
between-" tot Sp rings and Columbia.
Jas L Tayh.r, W -A Winbiirn, '
'-en i'ass Agt,-. Biv Pa?.; Agt. - '
mugton, I). C. Aslieville, N. i
Raleigh, N. 0.
gan - in" ;. htate Alliance.
F 'i by C.-d. L. L. Pcllc, .assisted" by
i.Vv. li.y iP.sC.uk The paper will be.r
Kept up to Hid n.uial high standard
lk, f'oiv rl
i ue i )!.;!-. ;
TC't! M.'. N' . will 1
io w srUsf-vii ers at SI. 7.5 for both--pa-
e .. i . ..-i -. i
i-'iun'uiu' i;ii',v. .(lureps. .
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T)r foun1 n C.e bt eJeft.
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