Xatto'rf .1A7 -!,. LP pr sident.
North CAnslirii; I!. Jl. C'-ver, vie j.m
Merit Kj.-r.sn,.: j. H. Tn.n.r. FcrrJrv
tfearcr:, Gtia ; J. If- W. Metis, hn tnrvr.
Kansa. i J
tfrfc" Orr present,
OM SpartavK. C. I !e.U infield, secretary.
UJackmcr: M. L. If't1 secretary, Saw.
Iredell Cuii-. IloJ.i.rsn. president.
TW.I Hin-'M. fL. i: siy, secretary,
dent. Oni-ot-,1;. Dr. a S
ta-ry. -Concord.-.. V
L i !'- it v.
lav, secret ;irv.
J"rorn t'-ue Var.u'jf u it
Albe'm.'irje .v, s
it i report cd. been
i .-':: cND::if way.
11 it-. !.' t': il. "
urbanized to develop
a slate jquarry in
in thVlegiidaturv ;t lull smieiiliiR the
t-itv charter -o rrto bold an election to
. ' it I "IT.. ,. TT;.. . 1 T7T.TritnrtT
ed in Hip rsTaflir- to incorporate mjc w.- - -
United Mining Olamifacturuigo. Until recently the highest stations
r?..i..;i .v'Kill ims been introduced for observatories in meteorology were
in the legislature to incorporate tne at nice a reatc, m tne u uueu oiaiea.
Keystove Mining Co.: at 14,1 ieei a oove !cn;
r,.;;iTh f,idvill Lumber Sonni.iiclr, in the Austrian a p?, at
o. f.. r ;. M... n:miP of l i.iu leei. lien rev,is, muwt
i i 'i .a finnr i sr.nT.inn in iiri'ui ulu.uji. trt union 13-3
t;i wmiiri iv ill t r ri L i: nii.-'n. uvw. - ,
ami blind factory recently reported
Cleai Up n FieJ3.
As the days grow warmer noxious in
feds which have laiti dormant uuder
piles of trash in fields orchardsrand vine
yard will emerge and proceed to lax
eggs for their spring brood. Where suih
piles have been left during the vwiittei
they shonldbeimniedirttely burnt. Ftdl
insr leaves.and the primings of the orchard
llocfcy Mount J. 0. AV. Gravely
wiJl erect, it is reported, a leaf tobacco
UoJkv Mount 0." W. Dudleys of
Oaiivillc, a., wiil, it is reported, erect
a l.-af-rolwcco factory at kocky Maat.t. m(fntg jJonsien
iI.a . ..".1 . 1 ii .. 1 . 1. . t
than half that elevation, rhe French -
have now establishexl tbenjostelevatea
station in the world, .at r Roe her de3
I Josses, 1,4G0 feet below Wi summit ot
Mount Blancat an elevation ot 1
320 feet.- A cabin has been lit ted up
lsieur alloc nas 11
Uoc'viv Mount flackney-. Iros. will lonor 0f forming this station, and it
rebui Id their coach factory, 11 previ-
wns lipro that M. JaSsdllS. of the
ouslv reported. ' French Institute. ; made ' lac expedi
I - - .
Sa!e:n The Fries Manufacturing: tion last summer lor taking scientific
& i'ower Co., recently reported (under observations. JNot being a strong
irdeHi b control water-power on man, he had m employ porters iu
Mavo river which it will probably - de- carry himself, as well as ms apparatus
-'decide n to. t!i; i
of bon'is, $i!).( 0 hfor w'lieh i- to le
used for ruUvw.vj; fSw water and sew
Waire.jivsl.ems and t'" '0,000 for street
Aieyuu? - .iL.Aheniaty, of Kak
rrsvtlh AV. J. (iraiiam, Jolinsou
'City, afrf li- b- (i: ait mi, are n ported
to-erect nn ic1 factory in -Asheville.
'AsiviHpj A liili has be?:i introduc
ed in tne-k'g!s!;sture to"incorp.irate the
Ashcrille Ice tv; (,'oal Co.
Cart!i?ir' Jatns Mclvcr. L.'Grinini,
A-tH. -McXiol :rd others' will incorpo
rat'r. the '-Grinim' I JrowiLstone & Im-
it (''.. fir""tiie purpose -or de
tiiri bmw itstano quarries of
L.iGnann, 1 .I.Mcb. Kelly, in
Moore county, rec ntiy referred, to.
".' "Chariotto A iv;-c fouudrv Ims, it is
Plnted. bi'i'.n ( s'abiisiicU bv the bJUtll
ern eWsu .") r I
t C!i?ro!H- R l).(nghtery,-of Au
KUtai Ga., wiilf His reported, PHga0
in tho'ni?tufactn-re of
if - in ('iiarlVvtte.
bctli Citv --The organization of
a f-tock companv to erect a cotton mill
,1 talked nf. ,
'ill'o A bill has been intro-
. I'. Kon1eg.1v, J. B.
I). Sauls and other.--d
the Carolina Lum
is 2 -1,000, witu priv-
Elgerton, 1: S.
h r Co., to j'.n;
Tile, capital sto
i legi? jfd 'i n v. rea-i i5 g to S 1 00,000.
r . (i)its!jO'ii) - The' Goldsboro Lumber
Co.will. it s reported, amend its char
ter,' iaciti asiig- its capital stock tgj
Grah.'im TJie Gniham Manufacture
intr Co., li is hevh incorporated.
(lr??ei)viil( A bill has been intro
Vuced irrtbe 'legislature' to authorize
(ir.'envilld to isue bonds for street iwi
(iroe.?.v'll . --'A 'bill has been intio
dueed in tii legislature t o incorporate
the Greenville "Land Improvement
Gteenvi l ' --William. Stilton has, it
vekip. ' '
Va'ttdcmere---A ennninz factory
rej)orted as established,
Winston Wiggins & Jones, men
tiOned last week, have purchiised Key
nobis 4h-os tob;icco factory and will
BriJ:ing the English C hansel.
Considering the turbulent commotion
of the waters of the Ghaiinel in stormy
.vr.tber Hie scheme ' ot a bridge be
tween England and France seen
mad proposal. Hut it is to he remem
brnd that the violence of the- sea is
the Jforth Bridge and other great
works', there is nothing of insuperable
difliciltv in hridging the Knglish
Channel. Tf one pillar can be fixed
anv "ii umber can. for tlie " sea. Lottoni
hasmarvelously little variation of dfpth
pxcent where sandbanks have
formed. Tlicj?eparation of the Britsh
am s 1 ro'n 1 e com men 1. ov nuiMnr
and instruments, to the station ot the
GraJd Mulets at 14,000 feet altitude.
Tn the Bosso'ns hut the pnjicrpal ohser
vations were made and rccprded.but M.
Jassens more than once was helped to
the summit in favorable weather.by aid
of porters Mnie. Jassens also made the
The Bi jest Book in this World. !
The Chinese department of the
British Museum library contains a sin
gle work which occupies tio fewer than
5.020 voluin.'s. It is aii encyclopielia
of the literature of Chiua covering a
I - It . 1 lL .'L i ..
at the sHcAthat at a slight depl h , 77 rJT ,
w;lter is quiet and tin moved, save - lt' ,w f,- ' ,
tides and currents. After what has yngwi to the literary prl.vlt.e oft he
lmt . . . . . . Pnnurnr K!i?l(r p VV 11) relCTUeii lOOj
achived bv engineers in building V- H ' ' . .f....-
1XO 1 ill ioe irwmoc wi onim..-
of the ancient literature of his country,
K.ang-he discovered xtensive conup-
0 - 1 - 1 1 M. . i-
t.ons. av.d he couceivea mo me;i 01
having the text of the originals repro-
1 1 MM.: . ., .,i. ,.,,noilAn
uuceo. mil 'i uiiiu y him.i
t .. lri.lv. and it remains unKiue down to
the present time, ivang-iie appoinieu
! 1 1 . . . 1 . I .. .. I
a commission or learneu men u seieci
sia s j 1 h ! 1 i ue 11 hi 1 1 11 tn 1. "t "ui "- , .. . w -i- i 1 1
.Idence'suCicieut to allow the Channel f co hdetfte wn u-s to be reproduc
to b. farmed, is an event of every ed, and enMd,yed heOesu; iiision;o
ninm m.nlmri(.:d tiiUC. The French IO CU COppe, l pea .i.i -
x i.v- " I . , , . ri'i : .. ;
Tier-sent and execute me pruning. 1 pe coiuiiiii'Mi
- f 1 ! ! i
0j was occupied Tor lorry ye;irs in
m-eat task, lielore the work was com-
gineers, MM. Georges
Kenantl. give satisfactory reports
ii. . i .. 1 . r ii, .w.k.i;.. iF tiiA .h ilL-
li e r uiu 01 1 lie Miiiiui y jl nit, vii'n" I 1 , 1 1 i- 1 1 l 1 1 1 ....
. " i!,;iiuuflM ,f Dieted King-he died, but he lmd pro
. -.. ... i vided hat us successor should seethe
t 1C w;iterr 11 n;is Deeu sun mat. muie - - - . . f
. tunhunnn wu.ro hook completed, and he faithiully cai
issc;iieri ;i mui. hi ih; iiiiiiu-i .... ,-. , ir n p '-,, 1 ,. .
if St. Paul's were planted, the whole of "ed out his trust. orjd of W ondei
of the dome would not stand above the
these arc likely to contain the spores ct
fungus diseases. -
A gocxl wash for canes of viucs and
trunks of fruit trees in composed as fol
lows: Sulphate of copper (hi uestone), one
pound; l'aris yreen, two ounce?; water,
twenty-tive gallons; mix thoroughly and
apply with a brush or swab to the canes.
trunks and branches, to de.s toy fungus
bor ;rs and insect cgs.
As soon an the leaves of vines anil trees
have fully unfolded they should bt
sprayed with the following mixture: Dis
solve six pounds cf sulphate of copper
(bluestone) in. two gallons of hot water.
Iji another vessel slake four pounds ol
lime in two jrallons of water. Strain and
stir the blaestoi.e solution. Add to this
four ounces of Paris green and mix
thoroughly. Apply with a broom, or lor
large places with the Gallowav Knapsack
Sprayer or one of the barrel sprayers.
i his mixture will pretcct apple and pear
trees lrom can and codling moth.
canker worm and tent caterpiller. Ger
ald McCarthy, A. C. Experiment Station
at llor.s, nc ir Greenviile.
Iluutcrsviiir' --A. J. Deer is pre.i
d.'nt, and J. W. M tiller, secretary, ot
tiie s'ock. I'xh'u p iny lately noutioned as
being orgi'ii.ed to erect a cotton mill.
H'epneM.a -The ilcirrietta Cotton
Milts'(tk. will, it. is stitted, double the
capacity of its cotton-mill, .,
Jacbon v:il.ILW. Ward, If. E.
Kimx. C. U. Whitlocjv and others have
incorporated t!ie Onslow Land & Im
provement Co.. for the purpose ol
dealmg rn . iv;il estate. The capital
stock is 25.000. .
n . 11 1 lit
sea-level. v ibe sandbanks would t3e
l)iidged over. Tlif piers would be so
strong and high,-as, to admit of no risk
from passing.ships while there would
be a new series of .electric light beacons
to npirk the courses of t rathe.
A IlO'lern Fable. .
o 0ie day a peasant carried a basket
01 .""potatoes to the lield and dug holes
.m the ground and planted them, says
' ; ... 11 1 . 1 1
tlierietroit free l'ress. ins young
Sbii watciil the operations for a time
and then iiiqiiired:
1 ' -.11 1
.'1 op, why do you put those pota
oes in the ground?"
'"By so doing each one will bring me
back ten, repiied the lather
The bov went away and whrn his
father came up to dinner he
him. digging in the yard and asked:
The jealousy of two rival politicians
SIlOUKl 1IOL l.lf IllclUU lm W"llt "L .-l-
barrassment or disrujitioii to the Alli-
10 11 -i 1 f it. .in: .
ance. It tne president ot me .iu;uice
sliould be an obstacle in the path ol
some other man to oihee, that man
should not be allowed to sow the seed.-
of discard in the Allianc! simply loget
the president of the State .-vlliance out
of his way. r our-hfths ot the lolly
;tnd trouble arising from' that oxecu-1
tive mansion caucus is the result, of
one man's jealousy of president Liv-
The pet)le of Georg 'a are express
ing their disapproval of 'such folly in
no uncertain way.
:eat evil in this day.
We are glad that one
who went to the ''dark
tne state ot LiUirornia is hnt com
ing to the front in Alliance matter
rv 1 ll41i i til
l he seed or Alliance ideas had heen
1 it- .1 k 11
sown long oeiore the Alliance organ
izer made bis appearance, and whei
be came the people were- read v. Let
all the ol her States be up and doing
wr the Empire State of the Paeith
coast will be in the lead. National
What is the difference between si
dead politician and a dead duck? The
dead duck quacks no more, but th
dead politician quacks more than ever
Again, the dead duck may be good to
eat. while the dead politician is good
Often a warm barn or cellar can b
1 1 1
used to advantage in Kepping vour
poultry growing in cold weather. '
Many years practice have given C
A. Snow & Co.. Solicitors of patents at
v ashington, 1). C, unsurpassed sue
cess in obtaining patents for all classes
ol lnvent'ions. lhev make a specialty
of many patents that had been pre
viously rejected. Their advertisement
in another column, will be of interest
to inventors, patents, manufacturers,
md all who have anything to do with
Mr. Je.-sie Shaw, who lives near Lex
ington, is 7( years old, and has 11 chil
dren, 70 grandchildren and 0 great-grand
children. There has nevi r been a death
in his immediate family.
Take no 'J
n a rrniTmT
bottAin. If tl. dealer mnnot "StffiGa
eiMl direct U UvUtrj, encloelne Ivrtlea
Coiiplcte in all its Appoint-
Every Variety of Printing
and Dispatch. '
$3 -SHOE' GENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf, Heavy Lnceil Grain and Creed
moor Waterproof. , , . '
liest in tlie -rrorl.l. 1 .xnnijno 1 "
RS.OO HENt'lVE IIAX1 .KOE
84.00 II AMI S U W F I) 1 J ? ;,.
Ht.HO KXTKA VAI.l K CAU SHOK.
Ki.25 & Si V()1UUN( Sir.VS MIOKS.
83.00 anil 81. 75 1YS' srilOOI. MlOtS.
All mailt- in Cinrress. Hulton ami I.ucc.
$3 8l $2 SHOES mSIBs:
1.75 SHOE FOR MlSSfcSj
Best Material. Rent Style. Keet F ittln.
- XV, It. Douglas, Bro-kton, Mass. Sold ty
M. S. BROWN
krkcraige; 1.. II. clkmxet
CRAIGE '& CLEMENT,
Attornov V"t Ijaw
9.V1.ISCUUY, N. O.
Feb. 3rd, 1681
Y. N. C. Division.
Passenger Train Schedule.
! No. 10
Lv Vidnt Uceiv
Lv Hot Springs
i Lv Asheville
'Lv Round Knob
j IiV MariaiT
! Lv Morgan ton
j Lv Hickory
i Lv. Newton J
A r Salisbury
Ar New Yoik
7 SO PM
8 40 p m
11 20 pm
li- 32 p,m
1 Ot a m
2 15 A si
20 A M -
4 14 A M r
4 '3 Ar- M
!x 2(i a m
6 20 a in
3 U0 p m:
12 38 p to?
"Ii32 p m
3 10 p m
7 oO p m
1 25 p m
0 20 a m
800 A (
- 0 80 A M
12 27 i M
-2 VJ v t
4 00 j;
"1 47 v m
5 25 p f 1
5 45 i j(
G 53 p ju
1025 p i n
L2 25 a io.
6 00 a i:
05 a m
.1 (0 pm'
3 25 a
10 25 a m
11 00 am
2 0p m
4 50 p in.
column. ness is V.
of the men
la.it r l can
to tell the
. -.King's ITonntniif Black, gray and
: f.wliile inarbje "deposits ne.nr King's
. Mountain Will probably be developed,
i.;-.."-,. - ...t....: i- a l- .. '
iuri);.'MWMiiiiHiH ,j. a. OUlltll IS
- resK!en; and A. II. Kudi'sill secretary,
C the King's Moimtain Publishing
Co , jreTerred to last week. -The com-
; .iny ill c-fntinue the publication ol
tiie Kiugs Mountain News.' '
Jjenoir Ihe Wilson. Lumber Co.,
recently vyportrd as incorporated, ha:
purcIiKscd r'.(K)() acres of liniber land
; for iiiS and is- now manufacturing
same. . , - ' r :
Lowell A eolten gin will be ercci-
Lor.cll The ereetion of the cotton
r, .mill nrentsmed. hist week, is talked of.
J. W. AbibniUhy can give information
it any oehiiite arrangements are madeJ
Lowell A1 saw mill will nrobabtv
, 1m; erected. :
Madison Mr. Fries, of Salem, talks
of . rcctiiig a cotton mill .near Madison.
Mavmn Isadore Collat, William
: TdtHarjie, J. L. C. liird and otheis
have ineorpot at ed t he . Savannal-Ma-'woji
Inytstment & Improvement Co.,
to buy iuul sell real estate, engage in'
manufacturing, etc. The capitTiUtock
is sriO.titK) with privilege of increasing
;iay wood -Harnett JirQs., nientiun
. d ast y.eek. will ereetj a , (lour mill
and. profaLly. put additional lmicbinery
.inji heir sawmill. -'
Jdt. II,,!lyTbe ,Albioll Miiubfac
turmg Co., eon templates increasing its
capita. stock. '
l;iyo" .th Walker & Mvers have,
it ijV btitted. erected ;i saw mill,'
Iblcfgh-iThe Xorth Carolina Wag
mi Co., is r.ow erecting the 'additional
i it:'d:iigjo us wagon luctorv lcnorted
'iiny, wnit are you seeing tor- kicv-ers that they should prove all they
""j' Y i " r.....vv pretend to Know, ana tnat oeiore tne
io?k, tne oooWaciv,5wo umoreiius, ine nror,r -uithorities. and not endeavor to
teapot, your new Sunday hat, ma s m-,l.-.r.nl.i;r lof of rnmoN tl.pv
- . . I 111 l l y I ' U V I 1 V ivrw -V'- m v. - x . .av x.a
hoes and a tablecloth, and each one nfif cifnnii:.te Snnfbem A'llinnre
. . 11 1 . . I . . i 1 . 'I 1 1 ' 1 . ' I I
.11 ULLllli. iuc: u iti icii. . i
i ou young idiot: Lome nere 'and
be paralized!'1 shouted the father; and
he tanned that boy up and down, cross
wise and sidew.se until the supply of
peachtree limbs-gave out.
"Pop planted 'taters to get back
ten," mused the boy. as he sac down
under the wood-shed to think, "but 1
planted clocks and shoes and hats to
get a licking. It
en'ce in the soil."
And the next fall when the father
cut down his corn-stacks to save them,
and the son cut down the currant-
bushes for the same object, he
It is estim anted that the River Rhine
discharge each day 22J tans of salt
peter into the ocean.
On April 1st the duty of ten cen's
will be taken off raw sugar, and the
gluecos makers, will be jim-nble to com-
must be the differ- pete with the sugar makers. This will
cut oft a big niarKet tn" corut as the
twelve gluecose factories last yearusid
on the average each d iv 70,()(X) bushels.
or 22,000,000 bushels for the year.
A subscriber asks what kind of feed
spring rye will make cut, just before it
is ripe, and wliat yields b ive been ob
serve 1 from it wIh ii allowcl to ripen.
Our experience with ryecnt as indicated
Wiis stock would not eat it. We know
of no yields of morethn fifty-five
bushels per acre. , ,
From N. W., Kansas,, Fe'n uariy 12,
"Fair weather; (ine winter so
Walter B i 'g s, Athens, Term., writes:
"For hx years I had been afllicteil with
running .-on s and an enlargement of the
hones in my leg. I tried everything j
hear"! of wi1 bout any permanent benefit
until Botanic Bh'od. Balm was recom
mended lo n e. After using six bottles
i he sore-' healed, and I am'noW in better
health than I have ever been. I vend.
this testimonial unsolici ed because I
want ohers to be benefitted.
Publlihf d evrry Weilnestavat Topka, Kan.,
by TI.e AdviK-afe Publlslnuz Co. $1 00 per yoar.
3 - i :
I til ATUHE3
A ! out til AlUar.tf
Matter, NUteaul Na
tio:i:il. Au et.ans
tiv." ('.ivrjssion of the
Taf IT, Fhianre and
ami all eeon mil? and
nth i i-tMiesof imp r
tiiaco to the people.
f- - -I
e - s
, s. 3
ft IT ?
Ball & Wedding Invitations
The prren i tilic;il trnmn'i r.f ffip A'll'nce or
I'oiiple's i'.eiy in w ;it-!i T.i': AiVuerK hr.s
proven s e'e-n ;t f.ei.'v fi-t uiva: It a na
li'inat ii'P ii : :)" 1 I !'" 'i!;t't -i. ( '!i('ert-.l ami
enc mr i, i-; ii. I'.'- : i i ; ni e if r sm! s f.u" ar
tat.if.l, wail itii-jravi n Linii'le f-iiii!", a'l.t
to.iei'i.i- th tr ih- .n-i.i i i:iiii!v; is iai f io
da viil ..-j- t i a 1 i ! !. Iy f.i- i! ra -thn
If -Itl Tiik Anv. i v.-! in' " f.i ly nr-ii
I:.- i.Jfvi a. . -.!, i ;j,-, -I.li) per ra.r.
' ln advaa-' A i i' -
...OiiAii: PULLi5.;i..j Gj.,
" Bound: Knob
12 15 a m
3 50 a m
G 45 a m
8 30 a m
. 3 1 5 p m
1 00 p m
f? 1 5 j) m
12 15 p m
4 15 p m
5 20 a m
8 00 p m
12 45a rh -149
2 50 a-ra
3 11 n mf
3 56 a m
4 40 a m i
5 33 a mf
C 55 a m
8 32 a m
8 45 a m
" 0 25 a m
4 30 j
h 5 p i,
f) 30, n,'
ll-20 p i
5 -10 a m
0 lo a m
.-8 45 a in
fi 00 p i u
1 25 a m
- 3 27 a m
10 33 a m
12 10 p m
12 57 p nt
1 4: p m
"2 22 p hi
2 59 p m
3 -!;? pm
"4 22 p m
5 oS p in
7 20 p m
7 3") j) in
8 3o p m
Unit p m
4 sM fe-a iJ-a j
a u m
; -i (T
co i txty ao i ri;i:xMEr.
Clerk Superior, Com t, W G Watson.
Sherilf. .las M Monroe
BegU'er of Deeds, 11 N Woodson.
Treasurer, J Sam'l McCubbins.
Surveyor, B V Arey.
Coroner. I) A Atwell.
Coininissniners, V L KlutLz, chairman,
Dr L W Coleman, Cornelius Kestler, J
A Stewart and I F Patterson.
Sup't Public Schools. T C Linn.
Sup't of lleiiltii, Dr J J Sumnierell.
Overseer of Poor. A M Brown.
Mayor, T C Linn
Clerk, 1) It .Julian.
Treasurer, I 11 Foust.
Police, It W Price, chief, J F Pace, C
W Pool, It M Barringer.
Conmis.-ioners North ward, J A Ben-ille-nan,
D M Miller; South ward, D B
lulian, J A Barrett; East ward, J B Gor
don, T A Coughcnour; West ward, It J
Holmes, J W Mauney.
No, Botch Work.
Orders by mail solicited and prompt
ly attended to.
- J No 14. No i.:;.
A. & S. B. K. J DAILY DAII.V"
Lv Asheville 10 10 a m
" Henderson ville "11 00 a m
" "Flat Itock 11 lSirr
" Saluda 11 4: a in . -
" Tyron - 1231 p ni .
Ar f partanhurg 140pm " ;
LvfSpartaiiburg , 4 40 p m
TV('" 54Cpm . -
S;ll,!,hv (; 27 j, m .
" Ftat Bock (54' pm
" llendersonvillc - 7-07 p m -Ar
Asheville s (jj p lu
Caveats, and I'raiie-Marlf olitpined. ard z Pit
cnt bn.-inoci conduct i for f.". ooir?.-.": F;:s.
Ou Omzt to Opp,'.-z V. O. Fate'-Orf'cs
and we can opfire parent ia leta time iautliOso
rcaiote from Wa-'.iiirjcron.
Send mcdel. drawing ot pticfo., Tiiih defcrip
tion. Wc advie, if patentaMe or r.ot. freo of
charge. Oar fee r.ot duo ti'i pa'ent tt e-irc-d. -
A Pamphlet, "Ilovr ta Ohraia ratcnt," v. it:i
names of aerial c'i. :i! ii your Sta'c, county ur
town, aunt fixe. Ad.lrc'i
OPP. PATEflT CFKICC. WA3HIN3T0:I. D. C.
Salishury, N. C.
I) airy Notes.
Take care of the little details.
The cost of a quart of milk at 'New
H unphsire Station- average for the herd
2.74 cent. The best cow on good feed 1801
nude milk lor 1.59; milk for the poor- far; only nine stormy days; cat I le look
est cow on the same food cost 4.2(3. w.Ml; winter gr.un looks hue. rotates
Milk that contains more than foiir 1-1 bushel; corn, lift jrfive cents; o i's
P9uii(ls of butter fat sliould beskininied fort7 cents- f rtl ,ners a" ettl ready
two pounds of milk, and the surplus for spring work. Politics quiet,
m ideinto butler, says H. P. Carpenter Hopnig for better pricey uw crops in
in the Ane:'ijan Creamery. 1891.
s Practical New York dairymen claim " :"smm
it has ti.kca af least ten and one-half . Cleveland m Congress.
pounds of milk on the average this Mr. Cleveland has at last taken his
season to-make, a pound ot cheese, position on tree coinage and, as might
This is in exces.4 of ordinary years, says have ben expected, tiilcen his position
Organ of the X: C. ' Stale Alliance,
Edited by Col. L. L. Polk, assisted bv
Rev. Bay 1 us Cade. The paper will be
Jkept up to thrt usual high standard
Subscribe for it, only $1 per year in
advance. The Progressive Farmer
and the Watchman will be sent to
Raleigh N. C.
Raleigh A. bilF has bei?n inl rodnced
111 tin- lgisbihire tii incomorate the
ndou k G'ult Miuing & Manufactui-
the American Cultivator.
m 1 - 1 1 -i 1
ine diiirv worut to-ilav is not so
much in need of new and startling ex
periences as of the courage and presis
iences to carry out what it dojs-know
already. To accomplish success, we
must watch for ant) try to meet cour
ageously the great army of competition
that, is warring against us. The suc-
. . -1 1 1 1
cessiui tiairyman lias connuence in
himself and faith iu his' cattle. He
must farm it 305 days iu the year.
Our dairymen-are fast finding out that
the ration that makes a pound ot steer
beef (will also niake one pound of butter
or two pounds of cheese. No cow was
ever a good dairy cow that was not born
so, but thousands of tln:t were born so
liave been spoiled by .poor amiT unwise
4 ' 1
'!"' '' A- biJI has been introdui-
-ij ,; H-..4uc i liicorpor.tie Ine
oS -o'li-.b Rrovynstoiie Co.
K;:!i igh ' A bill has hi en inli-oJuc-
Miss Newly Rich (showing her falh
er her new'balljrlress)-What do ycu
think of. it papa?
Mr. iiSewly Rich Ueautiful, n.y
dear, beautiful; is a shame to hide
,such beautiful und.-relotniiig. Now
run and get vourtlress 011 or vou'R Tm?
lale for the ball. r ' ' " :
among the aristocracy Of the E 1st.
is now New 'England add New Y
against the South and; West. From
thejiiauy expressions given, it seems
fair io conclude Unit Mr. Cleveland
loes not own the entire Deinocratic
Tao - -
First Stranger (on railway train)
. 1.- m it
r?o von are selling 1'rot. oiaiiK s new 1
book,-; are yon? Strange coincidence!
I am Prof, nlank.
Second Stranger That so? Then
you wrote the very book I am agent
"Yes. The hardest work I ever did
was writing that book,"
"Well, well! Thiit's another coin
cidence. The hardest work I ever did
was trving to sell it.1
Methodist Services every Sunday at
11 a m and ( p m. t Prayer meeting
eveiv Wednesday at CJ p mi Bev Dr.
W li Leith oast or.
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon new subscribers at $1 .75 for both
at o'clock. J W Mauney, iup't. pers. Subscribe now. Address.'
Presbyterian Services every Sunday
at 11 a in and S:30 p m. Praye meeting
every Wednesday at 8:30 p m. Bev J
Buinide, 1) D, pastor.
"Sunday school every Sunriny afternoon
at 4 p m? J Bum pie, snp't.
Lutheran Services every Sunday at 11
a m and 7 p m. Prayer meeting ev
Wednesday at p m
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 3 p m. B G Kizer, sup't
Episcopal Services every Sunday at 11
a m and 0:30 p m and Wednesday at 6:30
p m. Bev 1 J Murdoch, rector
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 3 p m. Ciipt 1 heo Parker, sup t.
Baptist Services every Sunday morn
ingandnignt. i'rayer meeting every
Wednesday night. Key
les tin Kzy ST U U 3 V
Murpliy Branch .
IKilly exei ja SI Nii.W
Lv As'.eviile 7 40 a m
Ar Wayne ille ! 40 am
" Bryson City 12 47 p m
Tomotla G 05 p m
Ar Bryson City
" Asheville -
4 50 a m
!) L'O a m
2 05p m
4 05 p in
ElssyiPS Glean3 SEED
iv,4:rm PCRFCPTI V
xzx ii; tiiL. irr.
NEVER CHOKES or
3flIAKS THE ROLL
Has All LATEST I MPROV EVENTS
lncludirg lilasier ',4 liet l on lirutli which in
Burea eve-, speed. This feature ia! peculiar to
this make of Gin and is used on no other. Ar
il'AIUNTi:CIand Are Ecli-i--l
1'HKK Fli2:i;:iT at any R. R. Station or
the landing of any Heg-ular Steamboat Lina
the Soutn. If ,iavo no Agent near you,
address the General Southern Agent.
Nos. O ancTlO. Pullmair sleepers be-,
tween (ireensboro and Morristown
Nos. lTand 12, Pullman Sleepers ' be
tween Hot Springs and, Washiugton and
Nos. 13 and 14. Pnlman 1 Parlor Cars;
between Hot Springs and Columbia-
Jas L Taylor, WAWinbum,
(i eh Pass Ast, Div Pass A:t.
Washington, D. C. Asheville, N. C.
Heals tae Sores,
Taste and Smell feflf
TRY THE CURE.
5? M i
SCALES particle is applied toeach nostril and
rt-laht paid, full
7arrii:led. lither .Ue
rn,lnr Hil'rr. .nit .W1 (.i-ia.lirc Mlllh
proportion atolv Y
H.W.HI liBRl),Grul..-ouJv a Afitni, Atloi.,..
is agreeable. Price 50 cents at Drug
gists; bv mail registered, 50 cents. KLV
BROTHERS; 56 W.-.rren St., New York'
ery R'f.PCITn Air Q Ttrl xTon-EllYYl TI n tn t- Tm4--?l - A T3" -vZ rr-
tal of fever y variety and capacity;
Sunday school every Sunday at 9 a.m.
Thos L Swink, sup t.
Catholic Services every second Sun
day at 10V a m and 7 p m. Rev Francis
Sunday school every Sunday at 10a m.
Y M C A Devotional services at Hall
every Sunday at 4:30 p m. Business meet
ing tirst Thursday night in every mouth.;
I II Foust, pres't.
Fulton Ledge No F & AM, meets
every first and third 1 ndav night in each
month. E B Neave, W M.,
Salisbury Lodge, No 24. K tif P, meets
cverv Tuesday night. A li lioyden, C C
Salisbury Lodge, -No 775, K of H, meets
every 1st Mid 3d Mottday night in eaeh
month. C T Bernhardt, Dictator.
Salisbury Council, No 272, Royal Ar-
..TV V V, "ut'Tuu,Ya'' ' '"ieauum, meets every 2d and 4th Monday
hshetl at Louisville, 'hy.v. has been niirllt in onch m0lUi, J A Kamsav.
niade the official organ of the Kentucky I Regent
State Alliance. S, H. Erwinas sold
his 'pajier, the State Union, to this pa
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorii
. '.v.-;- . S : -l . ; .
Office hours from 7:30 a m to C.30 p m.
Money order hours 9 a m to 5 jt m.
Sunday hours 12:15 a ai to 1:00 pm
J H Bamsay, P M.
Regular Horizontal Fiston.
The most simple, dprahle and elToctive
Pump in the market Lr ..Mines,' Quarries
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general, manufacturing
purposes. USend for Catalogue
Tie A..S. CAMERON STEAM PUMP WORKS
Foot ok East 23d Stijeijt, NVv Yokk. '
III . f -ivsi.