.Carolina Watchman, L,-,:l!ie"!r:
J. Li BAM3EY, Editor andProprietpr
jj SUjBSCKH'TJON KA'fES
f):i year ) u ad va ace
Jiubit of fiive j
Waskixgto, Jan. 20, 1801.
The Con federa' foil of Iftd atrial Or-
ganizition, which i the till ;bt the
$ 1.50 Qonveaf ion lhat Jaa?s been in session
here for several days, has divided the
l.uu political attention iairiy wun uongress,
iTERMS .STRICTLY CASH. . in fact the industrial people hare real
Salisbury, X. C.v I,
lEateivd ai sjecond-class mall at Sallsbi
Til u5dAY . JAN. 29 1 89 j.
Tlifjmark afteryour name shows
hatlyourlsuWription has eypfred and
aniiuvitutioii to renew.
'"I- Master Qfner;il under Cleveland
lainisiratibn, was elected U. S. Sen;
c-' . r. i ---i . i ! rr.. . 1
lb tb W
Vilas who was Post
1 I . 1 rP.... Vi ir.
The1 Fofce .bill was laid aside one
Uy thk wleek and the apportionment
1 I i . J . . a - 1
up. Ut is thought tiiat tne
will nut he resurrected again
colls Turned D?wn-
7Th&All ance legislature in Kansas
lid a god days work last Tuesday.
.Snatpi: Tugalls was retired and Judge
iMkr, editor of the Kansas Farmer
and a; true, Alliance reformer was
elected: io to fill his place. The vote (
food 08 fur IVffer and CO for In gal Is.
Senator (ugalls is one of the most
jbrUUaufcmui in America. lie had
his State in tUe U. b. ,bn-
jilts for rpany years. JJut in all that
timejllii badj done nothing fpr the good
' - epresaiitetj
' te bqr .determine. mtaitai .TIlp
CT set him abide, infills was a
jit is an easy
be done. T
Surely a pa
years sou Id
ly been watched . with a great deal
more iiiteiw&t than h ive those of Con
iress, tor tne time oeiasr. l He con
vention adopted a series of nine du
mantis that may pluy an important
part in future national political cam
paign, of which the following is a
condensed synopsis: 1, Abolition of
national bank notes and the substitu
tion of a sufficient volume of leg.il
tender treasury notes, which noles
shall, upon deniand, b; loaned to the
people upon non-perishable products
and real estate, at a rate of interest
iiwl w exceeu prfr cent. p?r annum.
2, r ree and unlimited silver coinage
3, Jjaws against alien land ownership
?ind against railroads and other cdrpo
rations owning more land than' is ac
tualty nsed by them. 4, That tax
ation shall not be used to build up one
i i.i - . r
ciass at tne expense of another. 5,
lhat revenues shall' be limited to the
necessary expenses of the govenimsnt
ecoHOmicaily and honestly administer
ed. 0, A graduated income of tax.
7, State and natidraal control of the
means of public communication and
transportation, and if present abuses
of wheat and two bushels! of oats nn(
Pana and Garden 2T:t:r.
turn the pigs in as soon as the grain is iir,i T - ' . . '
rineeaoii-h. If. I have oats "sown in a il:lture pWs for winter tTort
field to itehr, Ltwrn the pigs in there
as soon as they have cleaned out lot
one and hare hauled up the oats out
of the field. Lot nuniber' two is
planted in peas and fertilized with 2 )0
pounds of acid fThosphat containing
potash. The-piga are tlirned in lot
number two as snou a they Imve
gleaned the harvest ftVld and the peas
have ripened A convenient patch of
sorghum has a)o ben planted at such
a time as to rijen when it will do most
good and this is hauled and thrown to
the pigs My corn is 'planted in six
foot rows. At secondp!otvi:iL' peas are
drilled thinly in the midlle -furrovs,
and, in addition, some land rather. thin
o.grow cotton is always left out for
pas, and whenever I catch up with
my plowing, or it is too tret to plow
land already planted. I bed out this
iand with four furrows and drop neas
in the water furrow, m aipming them
with acid phosphate and Potash. which
will make good peas on! the t.onresf.
laud in this section. Alirmer cannot
plant too many peas, ns tlpey make the
cheapest and best forage, crop, as well
as hog crop, and at the sajne time are
unsurpassed as a soil improver.
Formerly I tried to grow an acre of
opaiush peanuts for each; half dozen
porkers, but they are so liable to sprout
Harvest ico and fuel croj3 early..
Feed and water stock regularly.
Arrange to farm better, next year.
plans for i)?xt year's
,J Jen Vi'cIIboro,
y j jirs. u li.isiion. utii tress
i TToaa's Dr pertinent.
f."J3 J V -r t, tv
v-i-J Ilnrf fpiiTf nrn hr R A rrtrtr-
v , jj . AS vun
rouitry, by II. A. Euhns,
And woro than 100 of the best
Special Writers in America.
See that each fowl gejt its share of
Now crorvd the feed if von are fat
tening beef, pigs or poultry.
Never allow your horses to stand in
tne cold un blanketed.
Remember that sand, gravel ami like
substances are essential to fowls.
Watch prices and prospects, and
market your produce opportunely.
Wise stock raisers now trv to ."row
meat rather than to accumulate fat.
Land 'plaster, carbolic acid asul
kerosene are all good for the chicken
Do not forget that liens Wn f J XOIFPniMfL PHD H 11 TUT MP.
cat e-trs bv h; vh thn l,i : r:rulul AU4 nuimmi.
left in the nest.
S Fon i89i'wHimvn I ' - ll
It - 1 ' I c I lr n
Fon 1891 we jmvn
-M Bill Arp,
KBSRY W. GBABT, Fconisr.
DH. Wm. L. JOHES,
To iho exclusion of all oilier cr
ric: Haral magazines.
'iIiocg!:ts for lie Jloiith" and W
"Answers to Inquiries" aloao
worth the sutscriptioa
prico to any
.vvjnmi-vwuvis ui vuiluuiLUTO OI CVGTV ont. hort Kfnfrt will : TT. T
printed in bills and cold. r,roiWlv I, T iV" , " . " 1W1. 1U ""-y issuo
ysJ mmu. I ' j wyj.. xxuuusojuest, maazmo ve.r1 mn n,i &
1 ?wn Fann$1.00 per year. Farm and Weekly Constitution
W A (
Address THE SGUTKEBN FARM. ATliSTA.
SJOJ1 fif n (njljliliiltmn..l . 1 i
p,ueu providing for the election of U S
ators by direct votes of the people. and
tor the. election of President
khAl) lill!). President hy a popular vote 9 Thaf
to add thousand suV each State provide a! system that will
.Rcribers to tile VTatciiman list in the insure an jionest "aiid'accurate
til. ,Uan it be done." ,1 es, iration ot ail voters J m ?r -P.;,- c.A..
maUef, if eacji person', and omcial billot, and an holiest nuh
1. 1 -ii i i- , I ; . i r
line paper win inuues one uc count.
.or two, or better 'ill, three or four of , The convention elected Benaamin
to take the paper, it can .ierreij, ot Texas, -President, and J. W.
lis is an easy thing, try it. Hayes, of Pennsylvania, Secretary and
erj that lias existed d treasure r. Probably tho most impor-
leserye your, ueany aiu, tant work of the convention has been
f - " "Tiiei Watchman" is ..for Me Alliance that transacted in' secret s
!iro t lint I I- i.r . 1
V v " M--0.ugiilOI It lia.s leaked nnt ,v,rr,n(
some needed reforms caii only come fty statement that no thi-d party
JiVoughdhe Alliance, Therefore it movement, is, coutempl'ated'for the
will be the orgn of. uq party. present This year is to h? speut in
A good. many people who formerly perfecting the organization ,0 that if
resided in th.s town and county are neither of the old parties show a dis '
now living in othei States, Many of position tp recogni the demands of
them arJgetting. the paper and some -.the confederation it will h. i,r
It are in arNar. We hope they or their pared to play a lone hand wIkmi the
cmliean w$$fc Sf orSn-Tt TT
ivet aVvay M,ni home. The Watch- parties, and f i .,... :
Afiv will p.a m li,v cia t.il , ... rt" uppostu
" ' - unv uv me leaders nt
ow let .ha told!guardM,and the new crats would .r:l th. f.,,.i... p
Rattle work: at once national nLtfurm ' .... i-
andthe VVArWvvuiirhuvP-rirr.Min.v .h., s..., ,. ,tt4U u,wuw
'. j t. ' T - -v-,-,-, j v..oC ucuiaijus, out u year and a- lif
may bnug gllt p0ltlo.u clum- .Uld
... ll. - 111'.. i 1
lu iuc groana tnat fur a tew years past
I have planted chufas instead." on snndv
I 1 - . J .7
land, manured with two hundred
bushels chufas rer acre.. and thpr will
keep sound all winter and m-A-p
firmer and better flavored meat than
peas. I try to arrange so that the hos
will, finish on potatoes and rlmfn
After the porkers are! taken off there
are usually enoudi chufas in tb
vj - --
ground to carry the stock hogs through
the remainder of the winter. It Jill
be seen" Mr. Editor that all the crops
-uuvc nauieu are eueaplvand easily
grown, and that with the" exception of
sorghum the hogs gathered their own
rations. s .
I forgot to state in proper enuec
tiontht grain and peas are alternated
in lots land 2. My reason for put
ting fertilizer on peas' alone is that if I
can grow a good crop of pais the little
left on the land will make good grain
the next year. J). X. Sudors Lh.u rill,
Ga., in Southern Farm.
Do not neglect to place clean, puie
water every day in accessible places
ror your towls.
A FARM AMD STOCK PAPER
Ft 11 E E !
I or n n
1,1-.-. .. - w I V , r. L I I H 4 Au 1 t . . m.
Wi 1 be intercvstinff to them nrpscnH,'-,,,, !,..... ... . . f w-iitr,.vis cue Oral sir.p c will v-;i ti,,,
r HOUSEHOLD HINTS. '
Tallow, .applied warm, vfl soffpn
and finally cure corns audjbunions.
Apples will not freeze; if rnvoW
witJi linen cloth, nor a oie or f-uA
burn if in thcyovca vrxtii a dish of wa
Dishes browned bv usp ninv ol
ed by 'letting them remain half or
three fiiarters of an lmur ;.i
j ii.yv, JAJ w ;:uj"
Purify clothes that havb been kept
from I he air by laying pieces of char-
coai wrapped 1:1 a paperjhn the folds
Topresj?ryoa)j,Ies,ispreaj them 0:1 a
grating, but not in contra, wifli nn,i,
iFKpM ALL SECT. OS S.
1 i '
The busineks of the ' several State
. - ""-i luu.isn to aLloniiih -.,t n, c
Mine to predict- the trntccute -of the
fciuce bringing out the tact tUt.
inges for the year past "v"" , UlJlel'UU il peciilator in
to fen million dollars.
Tl. - .-1. L . 1 ( ' .--j- n,i ,
iuu execunve oun&ncot the -arm- I , ,.u..1..i ,1 , .
. nai uave fecnt iour covered anvlhiug. sWrtlinr
aate lecturers imp tlie held.
m sliver bullion, the, House committee
which is investigating the charge ol
and it is
an English and Scandi
w!usperedaround;thc Capuot that it XtrSs'
. ii t trying as- haul as it might, because '
Jiavian, haye been established in Da- of know ledge of the guilt of certain
kota by the State Alliance. men high in the counsels of both par-
The straps jQiut to Judge William llcs thut T,as unofficially come to its
A. Feffer, $ti$r Of the Kansas Farmer meUlUrs' Xlleie lhlu'd are hard to
,as Senator ingiills successor. , believe, but they will t,e believed un-
. ' ' 1 - - . less the committer
,A recent ;,tter from Dr. Abetter. 7 .... "'0re en;,:-
- . Cedar coTOy5 the inform NuL c L , J' d"Ue-
iu , 4,,- . iNojioneat man would obiect to t-.t
m tuat tne guilty finance ot Polk, un(er o ltl. . - " ,
pn the 9th nstkntr imaiinusly en- In ;lth wl ether he hjld
, . ... V:!:. - T ,vs'Jy en ed in .speculation in n ,. .
i i-uererore U
eems to me that the best way to clear
dorsed PrqsJ Litingston.
- - Late Stat NpW
'' ft hiis' $n(jv,ei six times ai; Asheville
fvilhm the, Hist month. -
The proprietors of the Asheville
. Racket Store have made an 1' assign--.inent.
Concordia College will not be moved
from .Con oyer, .is was-'propbsed.
Siliiey M. Dunn. Re-ristpr nf
pf Wale county jdied last juesday j
At'Green$bbrp23 mails arrLvp nn
. depart by Uiliad dailyV
j v A liHle child of Mr. Ii. P. Lineber
J L was.bunjed to death near Belmont
: Z., last week. ' ' t
Uv. Ihumaj Kegan. of Robeson
.county and his wife and child, were
tthrown.froni the buggy, bv a runaway
mule last. wek. The child was killed
'n I Mr. Regaiuand his wife both bad
A nvvement h being nude for
a cottofi factory at Huntersville, and
the expectation is to break ground on
- MaJ h Huntersville has already sub
scribed P,(,(K) audi expect to raise
that to fully ?:in,0tx. - Ciild wells sta-
. Lon sj booked, for ?20,QC0,'"
-' The damage to Elizabeth City hv
the passage of the Act by the Nth
trolin.v Legislature preventing resi
-nitsn; Welt, as non-resident rem
" -j " chsiusr sevend
1 1 1 1 fii iiii itiivt- a-ii r-k n a: c 3
"r"'!Mrjit irom I'O 1 C
up the trm I tv
would be, to examine everv Spn.t,,,
and Reprentatiye, uotforgetting the
-members of the committ
VRaise YoTir-bwn Hogg
l iow, winie. Ueomia fano-
selling cotton at cost of production ' to
get money to buy high priced W,.,,,
bacon next; ye irniay'be an ormoHm
me tp call their attention to the fact
hat it altogether possible to ' raise
better and cheaper in efit at home.
1 he old lady in telling her daugh-
t? Y said:
- -pe first thinglo do is to gefea rab
bit In rais,, hs, the lint thine
todois o get one rl(fe good brooS
ao Itmoney is plenty huy thor
oughbreds,lH1t not faifcy bred w
otherwise get good, thrifty nat v
sows, and gi-u te up Wrfh berkshiiv
Wx or Poland China Hoar. '
a e.ghteeii months if tlie- farmers wifi
kill him at ten. Havin-r f,ot 111
devoted ,v,ii VI " th that are
fr 'j io my. n:. i
" mixaire of g0e bnyhel
nu n, womi
others by starting to decay.
Two apples kept in the cake box
will cause :moderatly rich cake to re
main moist for a great length of time,
if the apples are renewed when with
ered. - i
Turpentine and black tarnish is (he
Plackimg use by harewarp ,!i!,.t. .p....
protecting stoves from rust If
properly it will hist through the sp,.
The best wav when hnf m,, i,.
been spilled on the floor is to dash-cold
water over it , so as In l,nP,in u
,11 , iKUULil 1L
quickly and preventit striking inio
Starving or freezin
one way to remler farm in
proli table and unpopular.
Make the most profitable use possi
ble of all small products, for in these
often he the profits of farming.
Organization land co-operation an
potent factors for farmers; give them
encouragement and support.
Alternately starving and gorgein-r v.
ng(locs made a streak of fat and"
streak of leanJed regularly.
Twenty-five or thirty pounds o:
granulated sugar syrup is sufiicient
winter and spring food for one eolom
In no place will it pav beUer t
.feed our refuse, cal lage herds an,
other green stuff than in the poulfn
While generally it; is not advisabh
to make asjiecialty of hogs, yet neve
theless. they can be kept on ever
farm wilh profit.
Even in winter it will be found besi
to change the materials in the nest-
occasionally, in order to keen then
troni becoming foul.
If pigs are to be sold before t hev an
matured care should be taken to iiavt
them in a good growing condition in
order to realize line prices-
On hardly one farmi in ten is am
provision made for saying liquid ma
nure, that valuable fertilizer; which i.
nearly equal in value to the solid por
lioiL.. . L .
To Every! Subscriber, of
Wc are pleased tdannounee that we have
made arrangements with the '
The Breeders Guide and Prac
Wherein- we caa pive that excellent stock,
inn ami hoiwehoHi Journal F1IEK to every
ubscril.er of THE! WATCHMAN' upon ' tlie
ofiditioiis naiiie.l l)e)ov. The :irninxc-n.ent is
l II M" ' llnin m ,, mm la.'
?0R A LIMITED TIME ONLY
Yo all who pay all arraeges and
one year in advance from the date of
payment in this month vve will give
the IlilEUEKS (;CIDE AND
PiiAC IIUAL iFAIvMEIl free for one
.s-if To all new subscribers who pay one
year in advance from dale ol pay
ment in this month we will iiive the
BREEDER'. -$ GLIDE AND i'liAC-
riCAL FA KM Eli free fur one year.
rToall who pay one year in advance
from January 1 we wi!L idve the
liliEEDEU'd (iUIDE AND i'K V(J-
TICAL FARM EE free for oik: year.
ir"To all whose! subscription is paid a
part of theyar in advance who w ill
pay enough to make it a w hole venr
in advance, we. will give the BREED
ER S CFIDE AM) PRAC TICAL l'
FARMER tree lor one vear. I
Greatest Variety I
LITTLE FOLKS AND BIG PEOPLE
IN WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY
SILVEliWAKE AXI) XOVELTIE:s;
Our low-nricos in;ihc'tlioi. luuu.i .... , I-
What is thn (hi h n.nrl ?n.nnfiv 9 ' WILL LAST
The princinal l-n.is.m u-i,,. r..n
i - " tan
iioitrii u tin e is not t.'ik
healthy, thrifty growth during H
HEGUIDK AND FARMER is a
40 coin mjn stock and lai in paper,
issued twice eacli mnniii -au,
chuck fulf tr:ici ic i I v..!.,i,i,. i Vf'rMn'5l 05 Vnil
iMier. It is a IHirloss exioac:it of the i MOT HALF tho COST cf
vanousiarmers qrgan i.u ions and should
e m f'i li.tn.a.. Jl.l .!
tne w ArClFIAX. (V):ne j,, aU(l su?).
scribe now. Ckt votir IVii-nds (.
A LIFE TiMS,
. . . I . . 1 f
m gen no bet paper publyhcd in this
ogs never sh en Id I io nib-i.-a i I farm ti.iiicr -itii ;,V
ilJ Oio I
Don't forget to hnvn n lt..v
conee on hand. lor thw
donze if burnt on coals or paper. Bits
of charcoal placed around are useful in
a bsorbnur irises .-md r.fbJ ..
Lemons should be kept huntr un in-
an-open work bnsl-of k i
, "4 ,l ,J-Xg inaue
romanet. boan shnnlrl L
. - - A VI Pt, t ill. 111 111
convenient sized pieces and piled neat-
I XT Ml 1 . P 1 T . A
vU euu or tne slielf, so that the
ur may circulate and dry it.
Keep your jelly in a cool, dry eloet,
Either write the namp nf fi,a
, -ii x ""illy
otlhe jelley on a peat little slip of
white paper, and paste this on the side
ot the glass, or write in the center of
uc- covers belore pasting them on.
Aprocelain kettle is the best for
preserving; too large a quanity should
tw wfuuKeu ai one time. Lan'e
fruits may be put in the syrup, cooked
rapidly at hrst and ihen sfnwlv f
preserve (he shaPe;if the fruit iscooked
and th e s r u t v pf-, (h;,, . . i-
iece at a time caref.nl I v. hm I
until thbk, return th3 fruit to W an
A prettv wav of spi vi
this tut bread in nice square pieces
and toast. lake eggs out of the shell,
keeping yolks whole Bt the.whi s
toashfi troth, lay the beaten white
around nicely on the toat, droPV!ks
jn centre of -vhite ring, ,alt ami put
hi hot oven to bake a few minutes.
U hen vou take then, out of the oven,
P'uira l.ttiemetteJ butteoa toast
i , -
On the 14th of J
residence of U;il,iainBeeker n Lo
township by J. F. Robinson Esq., M
J. H. Beeker, of Steele township this
county, to Miss Nannie Cook, af C al nr
rus county, N. C. aoai-
: On the 22nd inst., at the residence of
the bndes mother, by A. L. lfjff E.a
Mr. hummers llowery to Miss Harnh V
Jaeobboth of Franklin fc? t&
ChildrenJJry for Pitcher's Castor!
sleep on the manure piles, ifc indiUM?s
mange as well as the ffnTieallhv con
dition in the system, thnf x".;n i..
iouml best to avoid.
How delighted most fanners would
be to own a cow that would m'vc -t
pu..u.wi. oiuierevcrv day tr a vear'
Hut such, cows, are not difficult to find
it proj)ei;ly fed and cared f(fr. A ml
still we can't induce one 7 fi.m.Pr b,
twenty, perhaps not in a hundred, to
find out what either his best or his
poorest cow h north to him.
wnoiioiine country andTin excellent
GOttE IN AT ONCE. -,
Winn i i i
J Black . cjirrants are not so much ris
ed in this country hs in Enghuurwhere
their merits are better appreciated
they are very hardy and prolific and'
make jdlies, taits and preserves that
are esteemed a great, delicacy by the
English. The ! likinir for lhp V:.
laileLruit must be acquired by practice; few
peopie relish them the first time thev
eat uiem, but, Mecome very fond of
mem alter awhile
The native hJuilock is, to our eve.
moht beaut ifnll of evergreens. For
hedge it has mo qual making a beau
tiful and compact one standing shear
ing perfectly iuo any denirel sha pe
It is easily translpkinted, and when its
new and briglitlgreen foliage appears
it is exquisitielyl beautiful. It makes
handsome trees in insolated positions
and is among tlje best of windbreaks.
How It Is DoiVn Iu Saal-yObser-vations
By the Obsorvr.
Mr. J. W. Ilithcock, of Br
township recently butchered a two yea
old hog that wei-he 1 o!0 pounds."
Goods for Albemarle are now being or
dered and shipped on the Yadkin It. R. to
li'lesvtlle. -Miss Carrry Rothpock, of
Rowan county, i4visiting at Mrs. J. A.
Lilly's. Ex SIvriir, Johnathan Mann
was stricken with paralysis in his riht
side last Friday, jllis condition is criti
cal, not being able to speak. Yy
white convicts from C'apt. Lishly's c.,mj
made their escape last Tuesday. One of
however, wai overhauled before ui -!it.
We bear that building lots for resi-
n:;ving qualified as Administrator
with the will annexed upon the estate
of 11 ugh Parks, deseased, all persons
having claims against said estate are
hereby notiried to present them to me
for paytrent on or before the Gth dav
ot .lanuary, 18D2, or this notice will
be plead in bar of their recovery. AU
persons indebted to said estate will
please make immediate settlement of
no same. -
David M. Parks, '
With . il
V 1 TI III ill I
nexed of Hugh Parks. '
Lee &. Uverinan,
January (ith, LSU1.
When Baby was sick, we gare her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
When she became Miss, she ching to Caetei ia.
When she had Children, she ga"j them Castoria
half through the back at
points exposed to wear,
as shown by cut,
THEN RATED EHT1HL
more silver and ara more i 4Vt5,v?
.i-n i ctsriMig silver1
KAUk ONLY BY
TiJ Eil523 4 Eiwarda Silver Co.
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K. Li '1.1
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v,ir''' ilV(,i- Jlnre have had
'l 1H - l ill-f II (titi.U 'pt i- . .
'jvwi LI ii S IIII ("
four li.pvof- silU-r inlaid
SP; J-s ;:i:( fo i hs, ' - -
Ivv'':-y!)((lv -is dolj-fel vUU
invito von nil mid will lw'frl.,,1 X..-
. ..... ..V Qiavi iu s ;i vo yo
tq our best ability'. -1
W. H. Reisner fe Bro,
J Fi?EH FOP FAFt?V OffC WWn wit.t.
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m Mtili 0IE WHO WILh TIHyE TflE TOUBhE TO RS m IT.
nnRSI fi rapr-rrrsar? mm raw kt
SUBSCMPTIOK PIUCE 81.00 PER YEAR.
I THE MUT SOUTHERN WEEKLY, 151000 WEEKLY, READ BY NEARLY
A LtiJiiLLiO HEADERS,
Ct3 izakcCj to $IG0 per 1
Q pa-'G in America to get subecrintions fr
: i--.---""t un i tuiarns cur.icj of 'lUo Caret r iw.. i
noiith vmrkins- for tis. Csnd Icr OutHf: T7nC;e-t
deuces, at Norwood, can be bought at
aliout fifty dollars per acre, We call this
a religious price, i Building lots are of
course much limner. Last Snnrlav
Mr. Rowland Forest came near liavin" a
means fire eaughti
lis home. By some
oira bed htfere it was
noticed a hole wajs buried into the cov
ering, through the cord. The
depot at Albemarle will Le "some
pumpkins." Its dimensions w ill be 93
feet and 4 in, in length, and 59 feet in
width inside cf (the platforms, It will
help to embellish the town.
i C0N.-:T;ri"i :n t-.c
dun:. ' tuts couans.' var:
I!'!.?. A III'.
- T.ie I asur-jn I'Liisoiii.cr-iluracrist.
is 7.n iz.ftni3
Of "l i;;.l l:. i..iuV C. k-rit; .
i:cv. t. i-fVr irr Vaj.siace,
'i lie l.tk liraU.l D.v.ne.
n.r3rKi:TT i,eaert, f?ai
'i be '"'Jvoriii l.r.icker,"
Whose t'Liri-iiiiff M...!t Stories tavo a Kat
i i:ul 11. pu ati'jii.
Tho Souta'o ciuEt Prominent Agricaltoral
OnrSpeciul ashiugiuu C'orrebpondeat.
Mrs. Wm. KIX,
Xho Lditrfss of V Oman's Kinjtdom Dcl our
Child rea's. Depart Dicnt.
i : ' izziTi' i.iBE si rrr;."
:-o!i j the Ixst. jro. tin:!, it Ji:!
pr.-venf.1? .our jacnUonin'nU th,
i :io isrt ta.it nor t
!" t-iu.tl i.i, Au-i-ii
ui ciiare. .
NOTE.-If yon want The Southern rum th mlt i. t
wUl U beat yuu lor j ear. 7 ln" W!St JaonUUy for 1 armers
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The Famoni eorron-l-nt vi'l mnnnlir
Jf Jy letter, fro', -fh; uUpS
Ann-rH-an.rt-adcr.-i, n-I ?arar.jl-rir m tl'
i.-uritl nn.S In-Iutrial I.i;rns h'-in" t'-L
cukI motivo for hi. Trip to tlli OM v!"r'J
TIIOS. A. EDISON,
',000 t-niilks road TII2
,':'!';M.-':h;.' v,il1 ,he;f tmage the rON"7ITU-:0 frr 1T K
'" V(kj arc udvr coutiact la ii lor c W
tnT"" irn;,"r,1 r'-' rro.
i V'c,KoN ,Vfi'irfHMllWriP i.,. jt
cl-Vt hus,'-iTH'' t"' without ,U
If ho f,ur,!nrs:9 aud wlcrtbt eVerjr wcmUr
for ,i)e Motl,.r an! lauirht.rs it iK r.
In alilition its epfrial dorartaiont it
comi-l.-f. tho nei, nf tho worLI It c.M
you nothinK to see thss er.-at pnper uti.l yon
ee jd for i-amj le copy. After you rPa.l it if
for it. y"U U01 lo u
ever printed, wnd 81.65 nd both Farm and COXSHTUTION
Address THE CONSTITUTION, ATLANTA. BA.