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SALISBURY. IT. C. THTJSSBAY, JANUARY, 22, 1891.
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s i veil ajlapfef! to cLililfcn tbat
Bltfta superior to asy prpscniJiio-u
known to Hie,
I. A. AucHEit, ii. 1.,
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Castorla is so universal an-1
UU, its soke 1 known that it E....
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A L-1 v rc stiK-lC t.i' dJiihv -Cafii;ii:ts with
w'ire w hi't Is at 7.-0. . ,
hi Ik Pir.fh h c:tt aid '.t;n T'airsol C ill's
Tiams w ille w ire w 1 let Is at onlv 1 .o0,
Joiintriv sobi loTCi ;"().
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'.. &j.i.ciid altciitien :
in alt i:s hi iinchc s, ;it
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cali-at nj 1 1 idi fx e
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Thav.king jy liina's ar.il the
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In m Cities,
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Catoria nrrre Coie, Constipation,
cr hiomaeh, Diarrhoea. Eructation, 4
Woruis, gives &luep, ,aiid promotes d
f .stion, - - ' J
Witiioul iajnriou3 medication.
ror GevpTai jvirs I have recomnjended
yo ir Castorja, ' and shall alwayatoutimie to
cl, Koa.s it-luu invariably produced beneficial
Edwin F. PaSdeb, M. D., ;
" TteVriaibroiJ,"'' lC5th Street and Tth Ave.,
" Kew York City.
Cckpakt, TOXujhut Stueet, Kew TohkT
id t s mm
Dealer "and Undertaker
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1 v n to -i:r.dt 1 takirg. '
aH h.ours day and
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A Sricf Grammrj.
Tfirclittle words :you cftcu ccr
Are articles, a, an ana me. t
A noun's the name of an thinjr, j
As school or ganlen, hoop or swing, j
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Adjectives, the kind of noun,
. As great, s;na! I, pretty, white or brownj.
Instead of nouns thepronouns Manll
Her head, his face, your arm, my handj.
Verbs tell 'bmetliin; to he done;' j
To read 'coutrt, laugltr sing, jump or
run. . T
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How : thing done the abverbs telj,
As slowly, quietly, iU or well. ; . 1
Conjunctions join the words together,!
As men and women, "wind vr weather.
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The proposition stands before j
A isouu, as in or through the door. j
The interjection shows surprise,!
As Oh! how pretty. Oh! hoW, wise.
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The jivhole are called nine parts jf
speech, . .-- I -
jCan't Always Harmonize. ;
If we were asked what was most i'.iii
portantand more to he desired th;jn
all else in the Farmers' Alliance, we
would say unity. But unity can neper-exist
without perfect harmouy: one
is certainly d) eiulent upon the: othr,
and cannot, exist alone.
So great a body-i s the F.rmers'. Al
liaee;will have some-"friction within
its" own ranks, resulting from sellii
11 ess" upon the part of sme arid a Wiint
of clianty upon the part ot otlieifs
times suffered from the former jd
these causes, and for the Siike of har
mony in the order, we have let sonje
i hiii"s nas whiCii we now beheVt
should have been made known
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ouliic. The Alliance is -not for
and shall not be. made the tool of .in
dividuals, imd when its privileges njv
djuscd ir future we expect to say so.
Abovtl all things, we expect to-do all
111 on; power to protect it from schem
ers and plotters. H we find that men
in authorily .in the order iiiv not
doing their" duty, and the projler
.natter authorities will not take tfie
. n haijil, we expect to do nir du y ahd
ive the order iroui t lie disgrace whip
is certain to follow an overlooking id
th'se thiirgs. In future this papei
be a "iree lance,"' and u iil li.j-ai
willVfvd doers bdtli jn yii i oiuiof t',
Allia'pce. ' . ! '
Charily ni.iy be mispl.:ce.i ;is . ,
J. cast before swine. 1 orbe.aii.uce tan
cea-e-tobe a virtue and the ramies
Alliiince t-annot afford to b. encu in !;r
ed with Ail, for at the bast it i"biteih
iike a serpent and stuigetli hke,aii ai
.!er.,:' ' Oar nol.de order is the hope jol
the people, aul cannot ; ITo-.d to rjsu
its (vu and the people's f mure, by In
coming the servant of individuals. '
We hope it v.iil nver "become necjt's
sary jor us to expose individuals, Ijnt
we will not see the cider tlirc;;tei;ei-
for sake of so-called hitrmony, w heii
tr;iight, plain' me i hod is bestf
Soiiiwni Alliance f ruifr. j
n.L:v3 Stock Uctes ! .
Don't expect all the gooi opi ditiies
in oiie animal. '
Diin't forget, to have salt where all
stock have easy access to it. !
Scratches on norses are.:i poor jrc
commeud for the person w hocares jfor
them. " i
A stylish'. ro lister or co:ich hoavwtof
slyle and color will never go begging
for a customer.
If youare obliged to feeddusty Ijiiy
to your horses, dampen it before pac
ing it befoie them. '
Don't let the lambs get chilled;
but exercise out of doors on sunshiny
days is goud for them.
As in the matter of couiit.y; b j
so hams, bird, and other h.)g pro 1
must be just as good as any other,
if the makers expect to find a ready
Breeders who exhibited at the Hpr e
Show in New Y'ork City alt agree I at
the business of breeding and traiiting
fine horses .rows Letter with ejafch
year. ' ; ' i
The best celts cannot be reared 'like
hot-h 'Use plants.. They must -Slave
exercise; but toave this they needj not
get. 'their shelter from the leeward iside
of ii barb wire fence.
Have an e Limbs ns'jMiey,
conie these cold days. An hours neg
lect now may cause more trouble than
can: be undone by three hours' work
and care. .Beside, you .may lose! the
little fello"ws. I
If there is a good Hackney Stallion
in your neighborhood, and you h;ve :i
sound, active,' kbh)cky" mare, it will
pay you to brawl her to him. There is
every probability that the colt -will
be salable at a good' price, j
No government, h;is the 1
make hiws yvhich idace the burdenia of
ae iivare Ijeavily upon the houlders
of one clas wf her citizMis tliiiii ariolh-
h l.ie very principles, of a lepubh- culat.on. - r ranee 'prospeis under the people and no preterit 1 national oanK
can lo ni of government are tnu os'ed to demaiai:ziii' iurliiencts 01 war. She ( rs. in w ho -e mtei et 1 he -oyen.meiiL
nrpfprr .1 .'!ni;iii i
Indians iiar Cliico. California, have
lx?gun the ghost datiec. '
Holbi Wells w:i elected IVesident
of the St. Liuii Fair and Association '
Jockev Ciub. I
Vtndeuni was si ruck in an artesian
well at a depth of 815 feet at Chinook,
Mont. ' V
Forty-one saloon keepers were in
dicted at Keokuk, Iowa, after fourteen
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John Oi-eeulief Whittier, the Qaak- j
er poet, 'celebrated at Oak Knoll, his
The steamer Majestic - brought b"
New York, ' Thursday of la'st week,
from London, fc2:202.hOU in gold.
The C td-walhtder Tile and Drick
works at Fostni ia. Ohio,-burned, caus
ing a loss of $50,000, partly insured.
- The StaeS.l in V;or of'. Michi
gan, reports liiivmg hioked into 3,
833.()37 barrels of salt during the past
Senator German's i-?idenee at L-iu-ral,
Miiryland. burned l ist week. The
inm ites nari"Ovvly escaped with their
It was announced id New York ttiat
the Louisville & Nashville had secured
control of tire Kentucky Central road.
The Jewish Exponent publishes
statements by Cardinal Gibb,ms de
ploring the persecution of Israel i tes in
Kussia. ' (
Schaefer's m:(U-boMe at New York
collapsed, letting 2:'U),000- bushels of
baih'V out into the streets. The loss
is lb ,000. .
Tuesday ot last week Brevet Major
General Alfred ii. Terry, of the Unit
ed State j Army, died at New Haven,
It was reported that a general move
ment for" an (fight-hour day will be
made next May "by 'the coal miners of
Europe and A mei ica.
It was oHicially i.nnouuced that the
i'all imcv meeting of' lVdf' at L ito;iia.
Kent.Jiels v. wrli exffiid from Septem
ber 13 to Octo'oer 1)
In the international skat ing conksis
it A msterda 'U, .J os.'pli Doiiogh ue, of
Newburg. A . 1 .. won
amateur race in 0:17.
Powell Brothers of S'ladeland, Pa.,
sold the stallimi Sr. Yinceiit', record
2:30. six ve;irs old. to Clar: ft Book,
Newcitstli', Pa., for 15,000.
E irnings of the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad for Novenibi-r weri- J?l .005,725,
an increase of h'3C 27f; ex- en-es, Sl.-
375.891, an increase
Ileitvi" snow crushed in the rof of
the Koanoke, Ya.. machine works, caus
ing SlOO.OOO damages. One man was
kalled and eight severely iojurcd.
The Board of University Curators
tendereil the presidency of the.Missvu
ri State University to Prof. B. II.
Jesse, of Tulare University, New Or
leans. Judge K. W. MeBride, of Elkhart.
w;is appointed to tlu? position on the
Supreme Pieiich of Indiana made va
cant bv the death of Justice J. A. S.
Southern Uters in Colorado are re
ported to be making trouble, and Gov
ernor Cooper has b;en petitioned to
hold the militia in readiness to (piell
, Two young men at New Albany,
Indiana, who refused to support those
di-pendent upon them, ware taken
from s;doons at midnight and flogged
by White Caps. "
At Franklin, Indiana, the
.JSturgus was poisoned h
th'kt had stood in a tin vese
teiidvours. One, a boy of s
The State mine inspector of Indiana
reported that there are seventy-seven
coal mines in the State with a capital
of $2.1 8U 'DO. idie output last vear
was "SGTfc.GOj tons.
A decision of the linnesota Su
preme Courl confirms the title ot the
Duluth and Iron Binge Railroad" to
between threeiand four million acres
of land in the Northern part of the
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5'eei. ol (JAlahoma, re-
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tnriipd I be Kinfis
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i 1 ii2iisiin e.oiiiiii oiii
Wllliout 111s appioui. itu .itftu u.aiu- - , . , 1 . ,1,. ,.,:",, ,1.
i,i t 1 . 1.-1 ii true men. and 00 then uii.v, ueiu.tuu-
edtheLegislaU.rethathevoutd con- .c
srler nothing further of tnat nature. 1 ShalFthey demand a n,w civ
The Senate in Executive session ' iliz ition and ;i new A'stem of finance
eoi. firmed the nomimittoii of Theodore
D. Wilson, U. h. N., to be chief of the
bureau of eontruction ahd repair and
chief const ructw ol the navy.
A mortgage for
si 0.000 mo. exorr.t-
ed by the Union Pacific' railr ad iu
! . j f ivor of Edwin O Morg;in and O .k -,1
i Ames, was filed a't I relitoiil . Nebrak;t.
r. to 'I I,.. uisiiiimt.iit. Was dated in i V.'.l
' I n t his count rv yve-'are expect eil ' to
nrcs er on St. 72 tier capita iu aetuaVeir-
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A Collection ofPdnts.
SOME SHARP PJIXTS TITAT WILL STICK,
f INTO YOL DEEP.
Iii lSC-jtiiere were 52) failures with
liabilities ninomitiiiL' to S1.7ftri00
j in 1VVJ the t.iiiliires numbered 13.2:
'and the liabilities were 312,410,742.
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"-Vsrn taxed to pay
ttu"Z?' 1 Ul 8V"
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her bond, and sets the people free.
lunliisatax levied upon the. peo
pie for the benefit o'f tlie rich. Levie
upon ronstnner for the benefit of. the
manufacturer, who doe not even di
vide his spoils with bis workman.
Money based upo 1 non-)erishable
farm products is the oaly m )ny which
can prevent financial panics. Oliver
money o;ui be handled by the moirey
oentres, but this goes right to the peo-
pl eland enables them to. uhold the
entire linancial structure of the gov-j
If all the silver had to be put upon
the market in one year to redeem sil
ver certificates, what would silver
bring? What would be done witn it?
It would not bring over 50 cents on
the dollar. But the world has a stand
ing demand for ea:h year's crop of
corn, wheat and cotton, therefore, it is
the safest securityin the world.
Ye want it dislinctlv understood
this papr is no man s-organ and
will not be. For a long whi'e it has
been the custom of niauv of the pa
pers' in the State to areas' usiof run
ning for individuals instead of people.
We have not done and will not do
anything of: the kind. We "are at
work for the people and not for in
dividuals. The farmers work the whole year,
round, .and iu the fall sell thnr crops
at whatever their lords and m isters
will -allow them. for it, and go home
to worry another year of; misery and
mortgages. While all this ii going
on, t heir masters btugh and grow fat
ijj the ci t ifs, gambling, upon the
u!ts of the next crop and selling
hundred times before it is made.
Tiien' should be suue plan devised
by. the State bv which the people can
be provided -w ith school books for their
children at a reasonable price. The
system now being practiced is simple
robberv and the most heartless kind,
for many children can not gt books
at the p'. ices charged. You cannot
start a child to school with less than
S5 worth of books.
Tn Ameriei the Farmers Feed and
cloth 05,000.1 HiOof people and they who.
ought to bv.' the most independent and
prosperous class of people on earth,
have become the beast of burden of the
nation. All of this is but the result
i-of allowing otlifrs to at tend to their
business whil" they plowed on in the
field. Moral If you want anything
done right go do it yourself.
mers have determined to fry.
The tariff benefits the-manufacturer
only, and leaves nothing for the far
mer. Lts action reminds us very 'for
cibly of the rhyme with. which au old
negro we knew used to describe the
settlement a certain gentleman made
with him 'when he divided their crop.
The old darkey said: "Well, I 'jes
tell von Mars" Harry; de ole boss he
tuck down de book an' ciphered on it
awhile, an' den he "lowed.
Naught is a naught, figger is a figger,
All for de white man. none for de nig-
The work of LS01 must in a large
measure be one of education. L"t it
be the determination of every man
who can read, to search more diligent
ly for the truth than ever before. To
read and consider well those subjects
of vital importance," which are being
discussed everywhere, and while con
sidering, remember that these ques
tions can be settled by an enlightened
people casting a free ballot. .
The success of t!e Fanners' Alliance
is iu the education of the niases of the
people. This education will lead them
into a desire for more independence of
lift; ,md that desire will force them to
demand aclumgj in the condition of
the government, which has brought
theiii to their present depressed and.
d condition. 1 lie education
of ie oeoine
'.. Ill li.i llm ihvith oF rd:IS
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! .tioii a:e the birth or c( ml
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rights to al
Shall the A Hi an (-emeu of America,
free citizens of w hid ought to be a
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free cou nt rv. assert their rights -and
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v ill 1 lie m ii uu 11 rvr
! :md eomtlitv o't laws, which guaiantei
t!i he'ii (luiraeter or ciriz-nsni.
which they. deceive: or shall they gen
erate into the conditions of tenants
and srf-. -
IT thv -ecu ni ies ..are oetb-r. than
bonds, whv doe- the gu ruiiient i-ie
bond? That li may ha,ve tie' ph-a-ll-'
of p'lviilg illfeiet to Its bos,f-.;
Without the bonds there would be no
bond hoid rs to e- let tr.b ite umiii tiie
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. AsbpvillA It. i t:itiirl li:it f bo A cb.
Durham The Mutual Land & Man-
llf:luturiii2 comt. m v : latel v mentione 1 ,
h9 phased Ml i-es of land in '
Un - ljoiiiiuDarlun and will lav it
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comoanv is to nre.-r nnd A.r:,tW n, J .
this bind the following mmufnctur-
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iug industries, the funds of which are
to be supplied by the sales of' stock ami
bind: lirick works, paper mill, hois
ery factory, fertilizing works, acid
works, stove works, agricultural imple
ment, factory, woolen ware factory,
spoke an I handle factory, cotton rope
factory, twine and su. unless bag fact
ory, wagon works, trunk factory, shoe
factory, .ice factory, worsted yarn mill
Ea field A comoanv is repjateJ as
to establish a knitting mill.
- Greensboro W. C. Bjiii'i and others
will organize a Stock Co. to luanufuc
ture building material.
liickory A stock company is re
ported as bei'g organizid to erect
another cotton mill. !
Henderson A stock 'company Uias
been organized with W. II. S. Burg
wyn, president; J. U. 1 Young, vice
president, and J. P. Taylor, secretary
purchased the electric, light plant of
the Henderson Electric G is Light
Co. and will, it is reported, improve
and operate same. . .
Little River W. I). Adams & Bros,
will rebuild tfteir cotto.i gifc, recently
reported as burned.
Marion Thompson & Jones have
established, it is reported, a 9 broom
Maxton Foundry "iand Machine
Siip. The Maxton Manuf;icturing
Co. will establish iroa foundry and
uiachiue sliop, as stated in oar last
issue. . ;
Moriranton The Morgan ton IK
velcpment Co., 'reported in our hist
issue ;is inewporated t manufacture
lumber, etc., will, it iis stated, erect
Morgir.ton A. A. (oi)nelly is de
veloping the old Connelly gold mine,
as recently reported.' ;
Raleigh The Shaw Ridg- Lind &
Miinnfactu.i ing company has been iri
corpuratod to ileal 01 laud, etc. The
caoital stock is 7,500.:
Raleigh-F. G. Moring, S.CM'ool,
J. N. Holding and others have incor
porated the R deigh Spring Bed Co.
to "manufacture spring, beds, ttc. The
capital 'stock is $3,000 with privilege
of increasing to lOJ,OpO. ' ;
Rridsville- A factory for the manu
facture of the Whiteui in tobacco han
ger will, it is stated, lie established.
Rocky Mount Charles
coutfiuphites the erection of
Salem The South, End Improve
ment Co. is. negotiating fof the estiib
lishinent Of cotton mrlrs; ii'ou works
and other industries.
Salem The S ilem Iron Works will
it is'stated, erect new works.
Srli-sbury Handle and Spoke fac
tory, Peacock & Harrier will establish
the handle an I spoke factory mentioned
Shelby "P- M- I ilver, A. R. Ruda
sill, of Kings Mouutiiin; P. C. Beam
and others, have, it is stated, purchased
the Bull do paper mills near Shelby,
and w ill convert s tni into a cotton
Shelby A chair factory lias, it is
Stanley's Creek The Farmers' Al
liance is reported as heading a move
ment for the org iiaiz ttioa ot a stock
company to build a cotto.i factory.
' -Washington G. A. Phillip an IT.
E. Wiirren wilt establish, it is reported
a h trness factory. ' '
Wiimington R. S. Tucker, ot
Ratei'Mi; 1. W. Whisnant, ot Char
lotte; A. H. Howell and others have,
it is slated, iucorparateJ a stock com
pany to erect i.n oyster canning fac
tory at or near Cedarhurst.
Wilmington The city will petition
the legislature for authority to issue
ST00,OUO of bonds.
Winstou The Winston Electric
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Li'dit Co. will, It H sLated, develop
I mines on lown oi k.
Wilmington -A bjll h is be"ii in--ti-yjuced
in the legiiature to incorpor
ate the R 'd Estate Improvement ( 'o.
preMoiidy reported a orgainz-d.
.fo run a -'public J s diool i.ed (o
,riV.- education free ti tiie children of
j,e State and by ih.it very,: jmblic
ch ol system put liioM- Liiiiuttii in
ijie h mo
o1 a- he ii'i i es si iiool 1.00k
n mi u.u.y
! . Is a talee U Is io K lulo
j it. e b joti business a .Utile.
Tobacco Works has increased its capi- ' v Z - r l,litw.n l ,
tal stock S 10,000 and will enlarge ts te;1" df! 'R. .! &Hot
works, addiniihe manufacture of snuff ' ! " J ,eBt
:in( cigarettes. I , rrn v J'Wiit theraia ;?
majiifrst diu;rence Wtweeii dnp m
, Oj tf PflC3.
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V.:i tie,H Wit Hint :,hiUt ca;-T
5lo,l in exclnm rrhich should be
f'".T examined. VaS, n, W-
pier's value; vlue iu exchaae h
the sellers value. .
V "'" t nor MUim
111 lit. irm i 1 i.,i.:,i.V..i ...:it . m,-. -
will confer value. ' -Va!u9in
u;eisaiaihs ,littteini,Vuliic .
... -v...,.,.;;,. , .Minm-jt iai vaiueior price
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a lei iuve lerm. J he mhitis tM vs,l-
ueof a thing is wh it it i? wonk- tJ
me, if I Jifep it.
The price or commercial valu- nf -a
thing 0:1 the ether hand, i. what '
some one els will give me -for it. ThT
price of a thing is wlwt it will brm
4'i the market: nml - : . '
only one price, there is "always several
values. A price can only bf arrived at
when two or morvahie coincide", or -wheiL
the estimate ptt upon an article
by a seller agrees with the estimate rub v
ujon it by a buyer. . . .
The price of an v article is 'simply its
commercial value. - . '
Almost everything at U,e present .
time, as the ai ts and sciences are ad
taiued, everything no doijht, will have -two
values comnuircial value or price
in triusic vjkjj or worth. The first -depends
entirely opa,, -H,e conditions
surrounding it; tlu? latter remains the
same under all ciicurustiinces.
IVice is the resultA of commerce,
trude or busines's."' '
We impure the:nric9-of wheat ibJv.
day, and ;ire informed that it is " worth X
one dollar per bavlul. This is th. I
commerci.il value placed upon that I
product from the present iiuderstarwl- '
ing of the situation it occupies. To- -morrow
it may be higher or lower, to. a
U-tter knowledge of the filets ivlating
(hictuation (or eh tngt in price) it n?
1'iiivs only the same q udity to relieve
hunger! or sustain animal life, i
In the early age nf our race there i
were no tomineieiaUrehttions, no. cjc- , 1
ch,tnges,aiid conswj lently no co'miuei-'
cial valne or price. '1 he iutriniye ;
value of facnl and raiment Vas alone i
considered. '.-. :.
Tho dogma ofsupply ;md deirU;iinr
will-not (tdmit of w;int an I 'Wnger -amidst
plenty and low price.;.
It does nut matter how urgent the .!
h'inaud or Hbuudaut -the supply, there I
must be some ability to pnrehasoirthe l
demand is iioi s.itisii .-d. "! . V
Th uv can be no price without pur- 1
chaser; no pureliaser without, the ne
cessary abilitx'to piirclntse. Therefore, i.
it must foHow'that the ability to ur- -ch;ie,
in .all cases, absojufely estab- '
lishes the commercial valla i ( r price. I-
An .abundant supply in lyTend toTT
lower the price of a commodity; but
the wealth of tin.- people, the JLbility to
hold and not sell, -or to buy and'hold, .1
determines completely. and finally hovi
low the price shall" go -acting at at I
times as a che.'U and safe guards " .i
Price knows no original cost. :
The idea t lmt co t of production enters ?
into priee is iill w rong. Price is what -
it wilt s dl for an 1 nothing else. I
A thing lh.it can u at exchanged i
lias no commercial Value or price. 1 - !
, 1 - .j-
Monev has no purchasing power; -its I
one function is to pay debts:, itonly
levels up the difference in bargains. -Neither
c;in moiu'v bebtrtered jfor
iioney, bt 'cause it lets only the one
ianctioa. B it products can. be and
often are bartered -for each other, Tjoth "1
parties to the transaction being bene- , j
tited. ': i
- - - ' . . '
Money is inert matter. Men gather -it
together and there it remains until :
someone wants it, and. 'then it ,"
bought, either with an obligation or j
with labor and its products. t
"Price, thenars the value put upon. '.
labor by the accumulated products of j:
fri b(n--the 'recompense given to.i.nviai. s
ble capital by vfslbl capital. . .'
Clii-ffon R ig.;rs, ex-sherifl of Gran- 1
v i lie county, has been arrested onthe"1!
charge ot poisoning t.vo men, one yhile
sm I the other color, d. It is aiiv t lat !
he has bt'en too familiar 'with the' wife p .
of tiie white niitu, whose name is
Rogers -lienee he givn brandy contain-i i
iug strychnine t Hiim and a negro i iTi
his employ. . ' -
The Durham Sua s tys tin re is a fa-4
t d dis f ise anion ,' the .hor es iir "'that I
A. F. Johnson, Neils ('reek Town-1, -ship,
lliiruet-county, bst J;is store-'
house by tire ion Friday night about 111 .
o'clock. It is thougiittii.it the sfore'
liou-e was robbed and -eton hre. The
lo-s is 1 1 mated at abo.it tv o tiOusain I
d bai -no i.i-ur.orce. - i- .
, has h'50 r capita.