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FOE. XXII.--THIRD ; SERIES.
SALISBURY. Nl C. THURSDAY, HAY 7, 1891.
, .., , 'mimiVi nmiiiiiii iimiiMiir 11 1 1 i in mi n mniii
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for 1 nfants and Children.
1 1 recommend itaa superior to any prescriptioa
tiion to m H. A. Arches, Tf. D.,
L 111 So. Oxford St, BrookJjTi, JJ. Y.
"the of Castoria,M3 eo universal 1 and
fc, riu - well I lJ-g- jt fS? SrSS
tk raptor Bloomiagdalo Eormed Church.
Castorfa cores Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,- -
Kilia Worms, ive steep, and proinoteo di-
pestion, . i
Vitiiout injurious medication.
For sereral years I have recommended
your Castori, ' and shall alwaya contiiwe to .
do so as 16 has invarUbly produced beDeficial
results., ' ! '
Edik r. Pardei. M. '-f
The Winthrop," i25th Street and 7th Ae,
Kew York City.
Found at Last.
The liivrvers were n. fury
And the judge was red in the face,
For thev hadn't nuite filled the jury
And they couMa't go on with the case.
Tho ucro dozens of men around them
And they inifrlit . liave supplied the ueeJ,
But entirely unfitted tliey found them.
For they all had been taught to read.
But at last there arose a furor
Ad the lawyers indulged in some caper?;
They had found an nitellight juror -Who
had never read the papers.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
1- y i
the ljirgestfsiiijile contrjiict Ter ;ivfn
harbor i m pYovemeii t to a Dal las, IVxas,
firm. It was for iinpj-ovuijr the
trance to Galveston harbor, -and
ainpunt of the bid was 3.409,710.
The Sub-Treasury Plan.
Whatever may be s
Th C-aq-Aca Company
77 Murray Strkt, Niw York..
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TO CALL AT ,
And-poo liis. NEW STOCK of ' -. '
lijuuuo auu mini
DRESS goods; :
The Alliance Pleased -Mr. Blaine
Bond -Other Notes. -
CorrespontleDce of the Watchman.
-Washisgtox, April 27, 1S91.
Col. L. L. Polk, president of the Na
tional Farmer Alliance,vho is in New
York on an 'educational mission, has
sent some news to Alliance headquarters j tural products of a stitple character
in this oty that has generally pieaseu j
tliose intereted in the growth of that
organiz ation. His success has bu
far be vol id his anticipation, and one
allianceman with whom I had a talk
was-eertain that the organiz ition wouhl
soon control the balance of power in
New York state and be in a position
where it could dictate fnns to the po
litical pai ties.
Senator Reagan's registration was
not a surm ise here as it had been con
sidered a probability for some time, but
the appointment of Mr. Horace Chilton
as his successors was not ouiy a sur
prise but a decided disappointment to
-1 i f i
the disinterested --31 r. Mills removal
from the Speakership contest would
have been a relief of friends as well as
to his rivals.
Secretary Blaine refuses to talk for
publication, but from several of his
friends L learn that lie should have
been used bv certain parties at the re
cent Republican L-agiie convention to
brittle Mr. Harrison, his chief; and it
;id(U to his disnleasure to know that he
can say nothimg that will not be mis
construed. If 1 he should say that
he isn't a candid ite and that he would
not accept the nomination, he knows
that he would be accused of declining
something that had not bren oft' red. to
him, therefore lie contents lumselr
with telling those who have a right 1o
ask huiHhat he is f.n- the renomina
tioirot Mr. II irrisoa. It irfs't for me
to criticiz.i Mr. Hi line's sincerity, hut
ivill civ t lint, if Mr. Blaine reaUv
vy.shes Mi. Harrison's nomination, he
will certainly get it.
The secret service offici ds of the
Treasury department Tiave had their
;mr..n.iirv Kvenlv taxed bv the dan-
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erou.s counterfeit, and it. is as great a
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mvsterv as ever. 1 he latest iin-ory
is that in some mauner an unpresMon
in some soft metal, or wax, was taken
from the trenuine olate in the. Bureau
Parlor; Suits 83.3.00 0f Engraving and printing, and that
trom that impressin the plate was
made from which the counterteits
ire nrinted. S-uch things are not im-
mafe possible, though one would suppose
ubtreas.i(rv phm by the opponents of
the AHJiaiice, the scheme is becoming
more popular every djty, and one of
the principal objections to it that of
class legislation, is dissipated when it
is fully -understood. The principle
upon which it would work and the
benefits that would accrue to the labor
ing men in the consu ning centres has
enlisted the co-operatin of the other
labor organiz ttions- in itfaror. The
plan in question is to establish sub-
treasuries in eveixagricultural county,
where farmers can get money at one
! per cent, per annum, (leaving agiicul-
nnle character as
security upon which the farmer would
receive bO uer cent of its actual value
BY I. E. DEAN, HONEOYE FALLS, X. Y.
I have beencautioned many times
by men who seemed anxious to have
Alliances organized against mention
ing farm loans or the sub-troasnrv bill
tavored bv the A i;
r-f - 7 -
i nese voiuniary suggestions nave re
sulted in every case in causing me to
give more time to the advocacy and u-
j. M.I aA
lustration fir these relier measures.
Fin; in the Keform Prrs;.
The oil producers got together ami
were made the wealthiest people in the
union. Tfiie national anks ftt to
gether and made the United State pay
them thirtv million dollars a vear to
issue money for it for which -privirego
niri uum iictc nam nvac uiui ?um
I The Private Dsilry. '
A lady subscriber who is nfar a city
on a ten acre farnTj half In pasture and
half in corn and garden, who can get
twenty-five cents the year: round for
what butter she can make, wishes to
know if it will pay her to ; keep cows
until shp r.m opt. fruit sf.artwl. nnd
fives the fsii-k that nae onv brinorj lipp p.ic.i vp;ir 'FIia in.iinif3ftiiwM cror. in.
in blUi a year ami wishes to know it gether, and put a protective ..tan ft on'
II." la -a
V ilu luu. I
sniii'fsr j: j
Y nmke x snooialt
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. iIy:MILlNKltt is now
'Mm Alrlorson, of Jialtiiuoro.
;uil ox m u 'me Ji or stock. "
' , LACES, :
in UMBRELLAS, PARASOLS
undjr tlio maaawniffiijt of
You arc earnestly invited to call
liahy Carriages ?7.utl
-llaby Carriages 7..pt
Baby Carr'yges 7.50.
Pianos aiii Brians
I tL i ,i,.i,n r r lvc. A 1511 AGES this season tliat I have
ince I have been in! bushier. Bought oWer Carnag.? at a smgle purchase I
..... ...n .. i....,.,,;t-,Ti 1? att AX (!ARU1A(;E with W ire W heels at 0. Did you
ever see any Of those 12 00
SILK, PLUSH UPHOLSTERED CARRIAGES
Parlor Suits $35.00
1 i "
I Suits $33.00
i Suits $33.00
thev ousrlit to be. as was sh.iwn way
back ill the seventies when the firm of
Jay Cooke & Co., bankers, had a lot. ot
Government securities that, were coun
terfeited in precisely that manner.
t A I . 1 . - I. . I....-, . I .-i I i I ikM r i I'M
seererarv rosiei nns uamni fn., . , , i ..
the holders of the $43.QO0.OO0 of U v r.iese two great classes hau,
iai,e uiseoveieo iiiav- iin v .m; vm.
. '- ' ' t... . L 1. . rVn i 1. et o Ail T -iin f. 1 1 1 i m rr nMV tr dtlrtw Vfifl
tViss;uv)n fhev !ire"leantifur- stvles in Bat tan Carriages, finish 16th century, j)er cent, bonds now withstanding,
fur 'from 6lH 1)4 to 2o.6o. The HAM BOO is soinething new also, afid is having a ne;iriy three-fourths of which a.e held
bisr: run. 1 c.Hi lurioshjvoh catalogues of all my styles, ami I guaranftee to sell you , t,;e Tre:isury aS security for national
arriair4s tVom 15 lb 20 ler cent, less than,any other dealer in the btate. , J circulation. -the option of having
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'.-. I have an oiidless varietv of Pai tor Suits,c to suit all tastes and everybody s
pocket. Idui ielUvoua.iylhin- tjomtheWooirUish Suit of Operus, in "bmt
. -Frame for ofilvte'OO, to the hamtso.rae Silk JX&itisk butt of o pieces for 00.
.This is a Sut that retails iu New York City for $325.00. My stock,; is more than
I complete hue very respect. -
, I : PIANOS AND ORGANS
J nf iho flnrst most reliable makes, sohl at lowest prices, for cash or) on easy pay
meuts. Write foi my imjw Catalogue. - j
14 nml KHYost Trado St. Chrfrldtto, N. C,
these redeemed between this ami the
date0maturity, September 1, next
or of having them run at the pleasure
of fhp o-overnment with interest at z
- 1- -
at the time. These farm product; are
stored in a warehouse and wilt bu kept
by the govern. neut for one year, the
farmers receiving a warehou-e certifi
cate or receipt, said receipt keing nego
tiable. Its advantages are plain and
can be seen at a glance. The benefit
to the individual farmer is obvious at
once.' It is a well established fact that
the average farmer is pressed for money
right atttr harVt-st, having handled but
little money for a year, he is in debt
more or less, and creditors are crowd
ing him for their pay. Under these
cirscu instances he is compelled to haul
his -prodiue to market and take what
ever the grain broker sees ht to
him. for eah he has got to have
matter how low the price. No.v,
farmer is compelled to sell when every
one else. is selling, and, as a rule, he i
compelled to take the lowest price ot
the year. Now, this sub-treasury plan
would, make the farmer a capitalist on
a small scale, aud enable him to wait
for a raise, since he would have re
ceived 80 per cent, t-tf the value of -hi
products and would yet b:; its owner,
and any advance in price would inure
to his benefit. Now, as to the custo
mers, it is always against the best in
terests of the public at large, who con
sume the fanners" products, to have
"ivat HuetationN in nriee during the
year, but as it is now the fanner is by
necessity forced to sell in the fallT" ami
all his produce then 'o s into the
hands of tin; peculator, and it is to his
individual gain to enhance the price as
much as possible, aitiliciaby without
any regard to the natural laws of sup
nlv and demand. Thus it is that the
j middle men, brokers and sharp specu
lators, gain force to beat down the
price received by the farmer, then
combine to raise the p; ice enormously
high to the final consumer. ; Thus we
see, as aff drs are now run, these cun
ning schemer-, who do no productive
work at all, grow wonderfully rich by
robbing t lie consumers of their labor.
This unnatural condition of aff lir.s is
against public policy, just ice and right,
and against the well-being of the
farmers and consumers, indivilualiy
and collectively. This plan is in the
interest of producer and consumer, and
in i!itif ti thiMii it" should become a
. .1 1 I'
interest, and that the only hope of the
laborer to get out from tne bondage of
these speculator sharks is to get nearer
the farmer and aid each other in se
curing recognition by Congress of wise
and just legislation. Free Press, Vin
that is a profit. It would be to us, but
we cannot sav whether to her or -not.
iiiSLi .imin in. iiiee itaiei measures , . , , , .
and I find the farmers-ire i.iianiamus ."f kuow ,.l'lt i-coU.
in praying for both of these measures. tl Rethink you could make money on
I consider one as essential to the sue- Hiree cows it the other two were as
cess of the other; that is the farm loan 1 the one you now have, if yoij
billas proposed by Hon. John DavisJ can contract y,ur butter the year round
of Kan., from the fact that unless j f?r twenty-five cents per pound, even
something of this kind is not passed at ' V haT? y fee ' to? ,thf
the same time as the sub-treasury bill j lfc oukfU gam as a gowl sh ar e of
nroin which the industrial clasps will the coarse fd will be proyide.1 by the
secure the greatest relief,) Shvlock an- lf CFIf a?,d , Ul'F
licipating tlie advance of the "pric? of st,,ff .fha S;m .?" he P1:,CP:
real estate consequent upon the passage 1 1C " ,l,,,ucu7 ,
sage and effect of sub-ti-easurv bill wdb ast . week ful,7w :
foredose his mortgage in order to reap a ,th,e IiUld "'."g "VP 1
the benefit of the T.dvance himself, and the U1H e'as al1 ilkel,1 iim ,Mch
thus prevent the mortgaged farmers 're is being returned through the
..-. . .. i-i i .. en . manure made bv the cows. A good
uom seeming vue oeueui oi luis m tsi n . . . , ,
i , e i l i i flock ot hens mav be made to produce
beiiencie.nt measure, and one winch , ., .,'
,i . i. i l-.i i many eggs bv feeding them the skim
they are ceriauiiv entitled to. With ...J. 00 - ... ! . ,
e ' i t l i ,i mi k in connection with gram, and
farm loans at one per cent, and the ;. , . . , ... ,
i . i ii (i i l fresh eggs hud as ready sale as good
sub-treasurv lull oecommg Ine law at , ..
.i , . i . i butter and at fair puces,
the same time, let us see how thev, ,., . , . ,
, i & . ' , , , v U fowls are not desired n pig or two
won (1 afreet not oulv the mort'agpil . ... 1 n.
fanners, but ail kinds of industrial
pursuits. Shvlock A holds mortgage
on Farmer B'sfarm for $10,C00, which
is due to-dav. Farmer B is unable to
pay the mortgage, although liis farm
is acknowledged to be worth $13,000.
It A forecloses mortgage, he must have
farmer B declared bankrupt, and at
his own expense secure a proper ab
stract of title, map, etc., together with
certificate of county clerk and county
treasurer, under their seal and signa
ture, showing value of same. When
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shy lock A 1ms been to all his expense of Halifax county, says
and troub e he wi get his monev .and
,i 11 'I il'1" 1.
e-osts. and tanner u win get nis mon-
A Curious Coincidence.
'Speaking of coincidences," said the
tU the v.nodeu lee. as he lighted
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1859 I 1 f . THE 1891
feoMa Home Insurance Co.
percent, per annum. You will remember
that 1881 Secretary vvmuomuiu a
i .1 ...lil. C ...... ,nf
similar tmng wuu me u on inn
lx)nds maturing in that year, contin
uing them at Z per cent. This ac
tion Hfregarded bv many as a hit of
favoritism toward the national banks,
It i-. .l.iiniuH Mi'it. it is ti he none
because the money will be needed ' I was going up Niagara street, in Uiit
and that it is not known whether the j f:llo, when I saw a man with, a wooden
banks will care to keep their bonds at Meg on the other side ot the street
a reduced late ot interest. Iliar. is ; coming (town. n e loo.veu .iuo
stuff. Not a bank will surrender the. r j each other and stopped. tsays I to
l.f.n,! until tl'v are ohliired to. tuvsidf. and savs he to himelt:
a half-consumed cigar he had been
carrying in an old haudkeichief;
"speaking of coincidences, gentlemen,
I can teil von a verv singular
gage renewed for 20 years at 1
cent, the same rale that the
niHiit, has loaned from three to foul
hundred millions to the banks for the
last twenty-seven years. Now," Shy
lock, knowing that this would U the
result, goes to Farmer A and says:
You do not want to be declared a bank- -nipt,
nor d you -want to hither with
a government loan," and if you will
continue your loan with nu I will let
v.v.1 have t hp moiiev at h per cent.
for ten years." 1 really believe if
such a bill should become a law it
would not r. stilt in increasing the cir
culating medium, 30,000,000, before
interest would be reduced to "2 per
cent. The sub-treasury bill is essen-
fi tl then to enable the farmer to sell
his crops to the 1 est advantage, by en-:
aiding him to secure enough on his
crops as soon as harvested, to me. t the
actual expenses in cash, and allow him
to secure the average price of the year
tor all. that he raises' Then he would
be able to pay cash for everything he
buys, thereby saving 40 per cent, on
the present retail prices on. all agricul
tural implements, and a large saving
on everything else purchased for the
family. In case or combinations me
sub-treasury bill will enable the pro
ducers of a'whole state to sell then
products through a single agency, and
atrthe sam.- time will enable them to
secure such statistics as will assure
their sales to the best advantage.
Every other interest is organized and
a comparatively few men dictate the
price. The fanws must meet organ-iy-.tion
with organization if they
would succeed. The Alliance and the
incisures it advocates offer the first
prospect and only chance for success.
God speed von aud the Alliance woru
ers everywhere in your wor..
nr.t!iiii-deter you from pushing
work of organization and education,
until the farmers of this fair land
shall have as fair a chance for a good
livin" and comfortable surroundingsjis
n - r i ----- -
i ne people ot tour irrniareu millions a
year. Every interest gets together,
every business gets togther, except
farmers; and they have caught the
idea, although they have Uot fullyuti
lized it. Get together! That is ' the
shibboleth of success to the pcopl i of
this epoch. Got together! That-!
t he watch word for assuring prosperity
to this generation. Get togethi!
tick together! Poll together! N.
power under heaven 6an cope with the .
producer:! and laborers fully organized
and firmly and unswervingly, pulling
The monopolies -.are continual y
striving to make legislation to ii.-crcase-
their "wealth; parties to
strengthen the party. The farmeis
and laborers must organize aiulvole t
independently ot party attiliatioil or
this government will not be free l.kvi
it was intended when redo med through
the blood of our forefathers.' Shall
monpy4ower and partisanship rule this
country, or will the common pet pie
unite and hold patriotism and liberty
up to save a republic from concentra
ted monopoly oligarchy?
Politicians, lawyers and money lords
have held sway, fed railroads, bond
holders and Shylocks long enough. It -is
time for the lone toilers on the farm,
in the mine and factory, the artisans
and laborers to raise and shout liberty.
The people must rule. Partisans fuo'.s
are the stumbling blocks to independ-encc.-W.
H. Huffman. III. Grange
The Mytic ( Iowa) Hreeze speaks out r
in iHittiiij; in t'i filtowin m inner:
Th bankinr houses of Kansas, aic
Msth.odist brother, hearing that his Velttdng their doors. The landlords, ttf-
may b3 made mto excellent porK witn
skim milk and a little corn. If neither
eggs, nor pork are desired make cottage
cheese of the sour milk and sell it to
the city customers. If no other use
for the skim milk feed it sweet to the
cows; if they will not drink it it may.
be used to. in .listen their bran, though
we prefer to feed bran and all ground
gram drv. Exchange.
A Hoiurspun Yarn.
A well-known Methodist gentleman
the Sooth: lid
Neck Democrat, recently wished to
purchase ahorse. A well known law-
t i n i a. e i.1
ver living in a nine rent town rrom uie
the east are recalling their money l'iouv
the field investmit. One has broughi
on the other. The tide is owning in
the west and is becoming strongly -si t
again itj he money kings" and the po.w-
.erstnat sustain inemv ami mev aie
taking good warning and are climbing'
out of the path of the raging strum,
'l base of the partisan political. is
tb:i d;ire rrivp tlnf-HWltttel m'sMUg U -
tice declare that it is infant to work.
friend wished to purchase a
wrote him the following letter;
Dear Sir: . I hear that yon wish to
purchase a perfect horse; I have hi in.
He is four years old. perfectly gentle
good size, perfect shape. H will work
lie, has been reared by gooil Baptist
hands and will tak ; you through water
without a halt; he is enough Methodist.
. . p .1 v .. :ii t..i..x
not to iear me nre, aim win umt.- ym . . .
l a: '..f;,, iiir4 the peo de n gainst bheir represent
m to a puffing, swortihg, bellowing t. ' r v t
-.i . j . ! e ..i... i, ; . i in iiie it'"i.Matw(v 4V"i
train wiinoui a ire mo ui ai.tiui, or - . ,.
i p i i ir... 4 ,.,,, i iijMirv iuiht ittui
..ininiTP. ht r.nisi'ckiui i.'iri ii it-itc tn t . "
good style and he will take you along
at a lively rate of speed, with head up
and tail elevated and nostrils distended
whenever you wish to let the world
know that ow are in" the land of the
living. lie combines eveiy good
quality in his make-up. If you want
him for pleasure, your moments of
i v would become bliss after u ride
iu hind ion- von HMud- dream ot tne
the people it
Uclllini mill, liii m-nv. , - -
rustle of aii"'e!s wings.so nicely woubl4 treasuries carry on an average ol, over
. . n iil. li?,l?l-l. ,.... ..,h,.,!i Lv..t fU.k niiim.
long oppressed if the repudiation
of all debt is.-th leit resort to -save t!; .
western fanned f-nom the talons i,f yhe-:
mortgage fier.d,. it come.
Of the fifteen hiuawhvd millious of
dollars, winch is s,iiil to le the aggre- -gate
coin autlt the pa-per currtmcy oit;
country, it would be difficult to proves .
that as-much as-'tive hand red million is
in circulation. iW trjwisary and &ub-
- " rh:.t fnldw ost his eg at tne
tie of Gettysburg, or I'm a sinner.'
"Well?" aske t "one of the group.
COLUMBUS G A,
The Government Printing Office is
in a feru.e.:t. Some copies of the At
torney General's brief, which was to
day submitted to the Supreme Court
in ka St-.ii'vviiril p:is were m some wav
1U I ll. K c Bai.v-w - " " " 1 - - ' x
stolen either from the Government to .myself, and says he to himself :
o...-nuimi f.T.111 Urn nnni-l- , '-I'll wtiiL-o him fur a nuarter. and an
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wreckers and gamblers at least.
How to Wear Shoos.
'D, you kuow there isn't one man
h' part the gentle breeies; it vou want
him for work, so putieutly ' would he
)erl'orm duties beneath liis dignity,
that you would have no ivcwd, save
one of such patience.
He can walk, trot and gallop in
good style. I generally feed hiui high.
but I think, judging from bis rotund
form, that he could subset on as little
as any horse in America if necessity
Of course I can't tell you what he
kdieves, and ' I 'don't kuow that it is
important, hut he looks like a horse
that believes in the doctrine of falling
from grace, the sub-treasury plan and
the free coinage of silver. I know
-if von had him he would coin some for
, It will take $200 to get this valuable
animal. Tie is without an equal.
You should have him. You could
write better and faster and easier if
, you had such a horse; you could sing
better; you could sleep sounuei; oui
dreams "would be sweeter; your health
would he better: vou w inld be a better
electioneerer, and you could get mors
votes: you could stay in otriee as
as an owl
4, e looked at each othwr across tne
twt. for a moment, and then says I
S jETS, , i
1 January i, ieqi.
Home Company, Seeking Home Patronage!
Prompt in Settlement of Losses ! Keliable!
J. ALLEN BROWN, Ag Salisbury, U. C.
uient of Justice and offeid for
newsoar.er man last week.
were ho purchasers, as nobody seemed
to place any value upon obtaining an
advanee eoov of the brief, but all the
same a most vigorous
" Is thePlace to GetMonnments; Tombstones, be
AJargestockof VERMONT MARBLE to arrive in a fef days I arantee
Batiafaction iu every respeetrand positively will not be undersold j v
Of all kinda specialty. j
C. B. WEBB,
being made for the purpose ot 'discov
ering the leak, as the confidential doc
uments printed at the Government
printing-office if preuiaturelypublished
t .4 11 1
might do incalculable Harm.
S.in Domingo has an agent here
aid fellow-sufferer w
1U rl K WHO KliOiVS IIOW lO wc.u 'i""1- , . "ill il. i'.I
remarked a Clark street shoe dealer the as von w.sn if yoj, only had tins vaU
other d y. " The average man buys a
pair of shoes wears them until they
..... .1-. Iiniin.r nre: rentable, and then
i i r on ivi i' i .
at least !
Verv curious coincidence, gentlemen
verv curious" continued the man, as; !pss
he puffed jiway at his old stub. "We
met on the cross-walk. We shook
hands. W'e stnxk each other for a
quarter, but didn't get it. We were
both dead broke. Neither of us was
'in Hip li.ttle of Gettysburg, or in any
other battle. Their says 1 to myself,
throws them away and
:,. a m-i ii mwlit. to
ii;ili. in.." vn- ------ (
two pairs for ev.-ryday aim no pan
should be worn two d ivs in succession.
At first thought this may strike yj
as a scheme to benefit the shoe dealer,
but it is nothing of the kind. In fact,
such a plan would injure the shoe busi-
Two pairs ot shoes wornanejua-
i i ;il 1 Hiron limes as Ioult as a
leiy win !'--'-- -
single pair. The saving, of course, is
made in the wearing of the leather,
i ..r t vv.u-ii everv day goes
to pieces more than twice as fat
...ii vi.irii fViTV second day. I
that proposition is a staggerer,
nable animal: he is as wise
and as .'harmless as a dove.
Let me known what you
him. Yours Truly,
The Humor. Sharps.
TVv k Siftinrrs: If vou think
body cares fur you, just stand up m
front seat at a eircu
ivlwi 'oYtromtftlVsm Yinim to i liHO'otiute t iwl iv Lip to himself:
a reciprocity treaty with us, ' He is j "Blast Ins eyes! but lies a traveling
authorized to give the United States j on iis shape and telling a tale of woe,
.i .nil i iwr cf -ifiAii 111 llm fiinrvin bav ! ..ml Iia'w iiii man tor me to associate
and if the the telegraphed news of our
failure to secure a coaling station from
Hay ti lie trut, that may help him
wonderfully in. his negotiations.
The count of the treasury conse
vuent upon the induction of a new
.iflf" Mini ii WM VV;I lk-d off. I don t
1 l J till 'V
like coincidences myself; there s no
money in 'em."
What's a newspaper "fake"? Why
1 vprvbutiv knew tli.it a
1 C .Til I'll - ' J J . .
1 . . . H ll...
ml LLC !- ' tttV'rillVlir 1 4 I 1 .
treasurer began this morning and newspaper lake ajaiM....,)r, .
w.ll t.:.k all the time of alout seven tv- ling printed by the opposum,, yV
five employes for ten days or there- exclusively. When we prn.t miliar
aoouu.. 'matter it is known as a "scoop on the
Secretary Proctor last week awarded oilier pa iier. See?
is true, nevertheless, a u,au uocs mo,
wear out two pairs of shoes in exactly
the sam-manner. Do you remember
how uu old pair feel when you first
put them 'on again after thev have
been discarded "' awhile? I hey did
n't fit on like your new sh-es, and
the contrast is very markeo. but the
.same thing holds true in the case of
new shoes. No two pair fit your feet
m exactly the same way. In one pan
tile stain and wear of the leather fall
heaviest upon one pirncuUr part of
.1 K..- -.nil in allOtliel O.il't alto geth-
, . i . I - t 4 . ... .
people all )ru Know me uit
meet them. Half of friendship is
Cape Cod Item: Ciothos do not
. i i iii. f i,
make t lie man, uu; me gaj juuu. t.
queutly owes a good deal to his tailor.
Boston Courier: The bow-legged
man is handicapped in life's journey;
;V .liffi. nit fm- him to walk iu the
wuV he should go.
Boston Herald; The big shad catch
is said to be something unprecedentu.l
this season. May the shadder never
Philadelphia Times; That time is
money is again proved when a man
bets on the horse that comes in a cou
ple ot seconds too late. -
Hun's Horn: The man who knows
that he was one kind of a fool yester
day verv otteu has a suspicion tnat he
is Ume other kind of a fool to-day.
half of the sum. wirdi does the conn-;
try just about as la.tu h good as. if it
wlis in the deep sea. The4arge banks
in the 'cities always, have very large
sums on hand, lu foot the money on
hand in the treasury and banks is re
ported as an evidence of easy money,
when iu fact it is proof that the volume
is contracted and that the conn fry at
large is short of its. legitimate stupj 1..
It may be "easy"1 fer Wall street but
it is proof that the remainder of the.
union is pinched by the stringency
thus enforced .7 AJa-bama Herald. '
The Alliance is no longer on proba
tion. It has come to stay. Its prin
ciples are clearly defined and easily un
derstood, -The .organisation is not
fighting democrats or republicans,
but has organized for self protection.
Wlren either -party, or Hie leaders of
either party ignore the interests uf "tUt
laboring class, then, throngh the pure
reform education instilled into the
minds of all of ts meinbns, they wilU
ivninvp a rebuke that will "bi ax Ies6u
Five or six years ago, wdien
earnest study 'of the- statistics, it wis
est imated by men learned in the kuS
ject, that the obligations extant in the
world ill the form of national, inuui- 1
cipal, cbrporate-and like bonds, other
1 1 all private, amounted to a probable
total of $33,H),0i)O,o00. Judge U.
W. Huges iu Kichmoud btate.
The balance -of the trade, due foreign
con itries, is p.fid in gold bullion, --at
its-market value as a commodity, and
1. ht in I' ciiiu. That being the
-Alliance - Adv.,
case what use have we for '"a Universal- -money
?" Kansas Alliance News.
Kelics of the Ghost Dance.
Many Westell towns-Omaha, Neb.,
in particular-are filh d, just ut preseoi,
with itinerentvenders ot souvenirs of -the
right of Wounded Kuie, and for im
moderate investnirMU of cash the East
ern tenderfoot c oi procure any sort .f
relic from the "leggiu's"' the M-ihc-ne
Man wore when he tlnew up k
handfull of dirt and oidered th2 red
skins to fire to a ghost dance shirt. A
genuine ar.icle of this " jort, brought
by a uewspajier man from the b.ntie
liehl, where it was Gripped froui the
back of a dil Indian, is uiae of whiitf
.ottou cloth Hnprudered w;tn el low,
lr is covered with bio vl from the
wtniud that caueii the firmer ownerV
death, and i a most g!i i"tly trophy.
I Nea YolK Journal, j