SALISBURY. G.. THTJESDAY, ITilECE 12, 1891.
mti sxn. thied giisiiss. .
'in . inn ill I I -i ' ii I
r - -
for Infants and "Children
CiRtoTl a law well adapted to children that 1 Cantorfa mre3 Colic, Constipation
CastOTi a is so weu auaieu v i r Blomacl diarrhoea. Eructation,
XJacls William's Pict aire.
Uncle William, last July, !
Had his picture took; ' ''
"I lav t dene, of course.' says jf,
"Jc3 (he, way you look !!' ?i"
(All dressed, up, he was, for tha i
iarlecue and jubilee,
The Old Settlers hell). So he
Last he had it took.
j the natural niarte for it
prices, iut the a
posit vaults kept
! 1 he reason was
I recQipmenJL it as superior to acy prescripts
knbtna to me." II. A. Aechzh, II. D.,
.111 So. Oxfjr'dfiL, Brooklyn, I
t, of 'Cistoria w souaivers;
WII IIUI'j lb Bucriio u
Im merit bo wullkno
ItAellisent families who Co col keep Criteria
New York City,
pastor Eloominsdalo Bfcforwed Ciurch.
Without injurious medication.
For sevoral yenrs Tharo recommended
vo-ir Casstona, Land shall always continue to
ao so ds it has invariably produced beneficial
"Tbo "Winthrop," lCSta Street and 7th Ave,
Kew York City.
Th C-otauk C0?1ky, T7 Moheat Steset, New York.
Lide,. she'd coaxed and4)eg-ged and plead,
Sence her mother went; i
But he'd couaB and shake, his hfcad
At all argydnent;
Mebbv clear Ms threat and ?av,i
.'WhaVs my likeness 'mount to,! hey,
i Now, with mother goneunvay
j From us, like she went?'' :
Cut we'd projiek'd round, till wje
Got it fingered down ; j
IIoW: we'd get him, Lide and nipj,
Pdvin' iutotownf is!
Dragged how well he looked, ami fleshed
Up around the face, and freshed
With 'the morning air, and bresljcd
His ecat collar dawn. I
I All so providential ! Why, j
-Now he s clead an J gone,
Picture 'pears so lifeLike I . '
;Vant to start him on i.j
Them old tales he ust to tell j
And old talks, so sociable, !
And old songs lie sung so well
'Fore his voice was gone !
errinent bo ish
1 1 v
; lour. regular uavis ot
iie pmYiiilini? market
tpjre in the safe de-
$teadily mountiiirij up.
easy to; find. The
mines had a!i itteasefjl their output
in; anticipation j j of greater, proiits.
iLany eld mmc.;i-taat ha i been aban
doned on account of thedow crrada of
their ors, v.hicli-k'auld not be smelted
v. it li pro tit, were re-opened and even
worKed ever. As
i-jn-evr larger tlie price
ITcrth and South.
ret use neiis wc-i
until it was belt
tation f ;r free
TiriS SPACE BELONGS TO
Face is, sad to Lide, and they's
SorrovTin the eyes
Kisses it sometimes, and laj's
It away and -cries;
I smoothed down her hair,and 'low
lIe is Hapjiy, anyhow,
JBein' there wiih mother now!
Smile aiut wie ray eyes.
, v James Whitcomb Riley,
1. Then tneajri-
cfjinae began. If
Knder?tood, iiroyid; a market for all
tlvj silver tb ib flight be produced, no
it tne amount. i'he
so cnenxelie ihat it
seemed at one ttnie destined to Le sue
ees:i'ul, and the! price of silver rose to
HOW THE SOX OP A XORTIIKRN GfeXTHAL
,,ND A SOUTHERN GEXERAtV
To one of our resorts there came ten
years ago a dignified southern general,
with his wife, and a daughter so lovely
Ihat a'l who sn-.t lnr were charmed.
The first fey weeks the southern. visit
ors we re quite exclusive and frowned
upon any attempts of the citizens of
the North to get acquainted with
them. They came simply for a change
of t.ir and did not care for society. A
northern general, with his family,
stopped at the ssime house, and there
was a son in that family. There al
most always is a sou in a northern
family r;Herf there is a pretty - girl
.''.round. The two generals were in
troduced, but for weeks they only
passed the time of day, r.nd were so
dignified that it was a Avouder they dal
Letter Frcia Mill BrM'3.
! " c ,lot hreak their back-. vThe ladv frdi
W non tn oltt-r-i ion to t"ne trf . o.'.ai, i, ' i , i ,i
. ----- ---- iX - -uiy tjwwi oecaine lnrcresieu m ine
eonmge or silver r.smmed increasing i o0n!i?ni.,n f..(lm Hm k A. ,
A'iilG SC2IS1IE ENDS III A BU2ELI!.
proportion? the; price (if silver took a
downward turn! again, and 1 he adverse
report of the House committee on
coinage set it once more below 1.
The quotation fe 07 cent-:. TfteVo are
now in the vaults or the Mercantile
Safe Deposit , Company 7.;i,87
ounces. There is enough mofo bul
lion stored in other places, including
the vaults of banks and safe deposits
and trust companies, to make the total
hamounr scored in 4oiv l ork about
'The production-of silver since -Hie
' l- I avBI t:t-t Xortli in 'iv fi'v dnvs Uyc purpose of mnkmg
Vlarj;e adlitii)iis to ir,y Kock of Drees Good. Watch this space.
It .will tp your advantT:;e to do &, - -
w -W -S
Millinns Lost by th2 Defeat of th- Free
Coinage Bill. :: . ,
- Vhile our peode generally had been
watching with a g jod de.il of1 interest
the-course ?f -free coinage legislation,
a-small number ijt Nevr ork and
Tether cities had mu6h more at stake.
They undertook to buy birge quan
tities for speculation. It vu$ a survey
as to quantity, but the proiits weui
In July last, 'when it tecarna-. cer
tain that the bi!P providing far the
purchase by the government jf 4,5'.i
000 ounces of silver a mon;li would
pass Congress and become i ji buv, u
niimbcr of pools were rnauei) to lr.u
enactment oi tue nei
at 4O.O0O.0(i() on:: cos
law is calcinate
if i" i
iMa-in St r e t . Ki i o:;-ff '
io round num
bers. The. average co-c to the sjiecu
lai ors has been 'about 1.10 an ounce.
They Lave been compelled to keep the
government supplied in order to pre
vent im portal ions from - other coun
tries, and their Isalcs have realize 1 only
about $1.0-" an ounce. They are.
therefore out ! cents an ounce on
their transactions. Uy this calculation
their total losses on their dealings in
the bullion alonp have been $2000,
000. Storage charges mid interest on
sivjer bullion, in the, -exp; ctation
'there would be a .;great 4var.c
ivqU,r,'a 10 carry rn- si.v-r t)ilt ,..ve come, to
fore anybody realized that a calamity
Hail befallen the two families thy
were head and ears in love. The
southern general was mad and that
I'mmlj the northern .general mad,' and
them were stormy, times about th?
cool resort on the bike. Tin old
southerner stamped his ftet and said
they should never marry, and tho
northern general kept ceof and said if
the young foiks wanted to marry he
didn't, know any reason why they
'shouldn't, and as hi' was in love with
the girl too, and would give all he
j)ose.-sed for her as a daughter, he
swore he would sol' hut .she was
properly t loped-wit 1, that oh Confed
erate couid. go further. The old Cou
federate said-h. would s'.ioot up enough
Yankees for a mess if they tried any
such uooilen nutmeg game on his
family, and so they had it until the
summer was gone, and well, you
know how it is yourselves. The young
people coaxed, and finally the southern
general saiJ they could do as 'they
pleased, and thev vrvre married. ; To-
d.;v there are four boys and two gi els
1 11 'JV
ve a chan
Iss that union of
Two of the
s; o( umtmn is t j!;!Ve .,1(?n nau,e .,ter two of the
V JJ fi 1.1 l- M
jQ IJ---JL 0
:y:A aud T'est Afiorted Stock of Furni
ture -ever brou id it to 'this place.
u ir tk
Mubnii Crush Pluh at ert.00. Forn.cr
pi h e s-n.t(). . "
Silk Pir.sU at g'C.CO.
PIANO? AND OKOAXS.'
iU-i-x r.iul'Vi.itP Organs -ar.'d" Pedar
Sc-ns and Whcelock
'. ' i:UL llt)()M SUITS 1
Ant;pie Oak, Antitpie Aahc, Cherry and
"Walne.t at j.iitts that defy crmpetition.
-. i A LAKCJE STOCK
Of Clueiis, SsdVy.i.ttict?cf all Kii ds
iSfH-ipg lifds, 'Vtak Tabks fur Ladies,;
'Pictures aud P-iTurc -Pj-.tmes cf every stjle
and quality always in t-toek, or viir be
tnadc to order on ihtj'rt l.olicc at reason
- abje pricis.
A birgcstack of Baby Caniagts with
wire -wheels at 7'.50;
Silk Plush Seat and Sr.tin rarasfd Car
riages with wire whee! at only $16.50.
Formerly sold' foTadM). 1- '.' -
Sj cial attention I given to undirtidxiug.
'c fj) recoup
v have been
le.ns 1 ror.i tins coun-
.'.v v.x tit into (dire:-.
eoHi-'g ! i deTtv.j-d.
e.j-.;rtati'n ; v. ill be
it i Lev v. ;. i ' si:':i-
i greatest 'Confederate generals, atid two
have been nameil .alter two gre it
j uosdhcrn g.Mieralsand'several months
le.e suniiner V"U can see that
old Confederate grandfather in Wis
consin, the quest of tlyc northern
t to 1
snecnlators was correct.
xgan their operations silver was be-;
ovz-l an ounce. On tlie passage .j'
the bill it1 Jr.mped up rapidly until ir !
as quoted at fcl.JPV. lo piuko im
silver in the silver (ioiler-worih in ;
'old it woidd have to -be qiuob d at';
120.; The men in the pooU oxpecte-1 !
that the price would go to ttbout 1.2o.
I he new law went into rneet on !
rVugust 13. It was calculated thai: !
the production of the American mines j
Ji 111V. (.tiitlll, JVl, .'VV.At I,.. 'v .. '-', . I .1 ,',-- t.n,., .1- 1
ii i nnnf-r.- iirrnwoi-ionjir. ra t ri.' 1 t ,
ernment wonld be required topurelm-e, ! .. ;11k1 lhoni irreTqtjite origin thJ
at me runug muiuei trice, ui,', i
ounces, and thd arts wo tad use 0.000
jrandfal In r, playing
with those six
ami several nmithtd
iGOOD STOCK AXD HOW TO RAISE IT EX
SILAGE AND ITS VAL' E.
At your request I give you a few
items from this place.
'For the past six weeks we have had
nothing but mud and -water. Farmers
have not been able to get more than
one cr two days' work with thcplosv;
in each -week. Je.t we all hope for!
better weather soon. 1
'Our stock is looking well, notwith
standing the scarcity of grain. Tlie
writer put up about '400 tons f ensi-.
lage of green corn, pea vines and green
clover. We have been -feed big about
ltX) head of horses and cattle from it
tiee a day, with a jj! tie dry hay once
or twice each day. Our stock is look
ing about as well as it did last. June ou
clover, pasture, and we have fed less
grain than ever before in the same
length of time and to same amount of
stock kept. Last 'week we sold Mr,
J. E. Miehey, theenferpiising butcher
and stock-dealer of Salem, a consider--able
number of beeves, which were put
up in winter quarters f d, and we have
kept them in that condition mainly on
ensilence. The time is coming, and yi
the very near future, that - w will all
have our little situs, mora especially in
this part of the country, where we
can't grow clover aud the grasses with
any certainty. Not under the most
favorable circumstances can we raise
grass and clever with success.
I have just had shipped to me by
J. W. A bin, ot Scipio, N. Y., a French
coach colt, which will be two years old
this spring, and of which 1 am very
proud. Sir. Ah in is tiie- same paru
that imported and sold me the black
percheron 'TJustique,"' and -? the horse
is considered by all who have seen him
ths best they ever saw, either in this
State or the"Vet. H- ..nd "Victor,"'
my grade pereheron, are in fine con
dition. We have kept them through
the wiuler with no gram, but -fed
nearly entirely r n ensil. ge ana hay.
But I will retun to tne subject of
ensilage. Where a farmer's barnyard
has sutlicier.t elevation ?o there would
be no danger cf water seep-, 1 think
he could sink a pit for a sd a ehe.q
or cheaper than an ice houe- All iht-
lu ruber required would he clap-boards.
piiii pole ratters and sills nut when a'
barn lis on a level, seepv soil, I wc-ukl
i i -ii
a iv.se; to
yi jk cows and horses this wintei ; have
. Cur Progress.
ENTERPRISES UXDER WAY.
Frora tlie Manufacture' Recoid. , v
Asheville A bill has been .introduc
ed m the legislatule to incorporate the- "
Manufacturing & Imprb'vemeiit Co., of '
Asheville. .'.,..- '. - -
Asl;pville-rThe hammoDd llaan
factoring Co., of Arch.dle is consider
ing the removal ot its sash, door uinl
blind factory to Asheville. ' ' ' 9
Asheville- It. L. Grah.-viii aud ouV . .
ers, mentioned last week, will erect u
ice factory, as reported. They are th
incorporators of the AslievilK !e &
Coal Co.. nlso reported last week; nistr
chinery has been purchased. '
& Lumber Co. is reportel iisimprovja::
its furniture factory and lumber railL
Uosler Dennis, Truitr & Co. arif
improving their dry-kilns. - '
Ibtrlington E.:M. IfolL'l sons have,
it is reported, recently'' enlargel n
put new niacin ncry in Jfceir 'cotton
mill. . ,
pr..-e :-.asw a t winter th'e northern ireneral is visiting
K a er.: fig on tiie boi.tli to se tl;e..-e t hiidie i grow.it
e:::ori;'iion-j and ! ; ., ,r-M,d .-I'.r'it- (,. vn.j tbn .i- .-.!
mild on too ot the soi
e so in-'! 1: 1 1 s -ij i- in feed i a e
We have had a number o
; in f.vi) (
Ti, ? silver in the silver ,
nth ou the Xew -York
dlar is no;
OdOounces more. J ne surplus, tnere-
fore, was reckoned at only 2.000.U1-0
ounces. America had -previously been ivliw-b w-1 v i'h
a heavy exporter. Jl'he preceding year ; fit of ioblM.t yt i
trees in a
tl.e eart h
eai.v summer moutus. an . oeca-umaliy
eut ne sii m :!i'-r. i Uey
I w i .
mso b'j muiCiied wit a green
!..,ir i , ,,. . e
m dstiire. A
! vi eus, iian
. .u.,v o .'1' i jnend ot liooert v, i- un: as Having
it had sent .abroad about ,000,000 i)n,ciiased a variety of trees fol" a park,
ounces. , , asl:ed f jr instructions iu rcg uf to' their
lhevofitlooici for- tnese speculators! ;. in ? a:fd after-care, lier pli-d b
was good, but they had only surface .j.j,, hhu: i not (.v,Kj,0 the
indications to go by, and ttm succeed- j r(if).s 0?anv tn?0 to a warm' or cold
1 i 1 I i v
ing events proved' wnat Jiad heen ; drving wind; let them stay packed with
proved many limes before: that it is (l.ni;o aw in your wa-on. taking t'.iai
impossible to corner the products of 0.,t :.s :l,lted. and planting ihe;u one
theeartli. It had been tried in gram, j At :l time. 2. Do not crow i your
coal and oil, and always with the same j !vs jnio small, deep holes, bat provide
result. The more the speculators-i f(;r e.t, ().,c n :h9e- htre enough to
bought the more ahere was- to sell. J t;li in the mots in 'their natural
.Natures bounteous hand cotild never!
jen linir over a cradle, lookimr
you ugest child, and arguing' as
: ich irrantb-..rent the child re
sembles. The old fellows are good
friends; tiie southern general thinks
his northern son-in-law is one of God's
noblemen and the noil hern general
knows that his beautiful daugl.t'er-in-
s one oi tne sweetest women on
lea thousauu sucii weclains
between the northern and southern
i nose w no mav r. isli
sections at enmity,
A Day's Farm "vyork.
1 or e two weeks 'ago.
whether it was from
a tine vounqr
I ilon't know
eaii u en
. i t i i i
maybe tuev won id have heeu su-k i
fed on dry feed alone, as t: re was si,
mucli damage I corn last st'rs m.
It was rained ov tie' drouth and utter
the drouth excessive rain. it, caused
so itiuch smut on tiie corn st-aiks thai1,
a ureat inauy thought, it wotdd cause
Cary A gold mine is renorfel rw'to -. - '
be developed on the property, of- Mr.i "
aies, near Cary, - t, '
Cherry villi David Maunev is nres
itlent ; W. A. Maunev, vFev-president-. -
andJ.M. Hiiodes, secretary e.f. Mm
Cherryviile Manufacturing Cof, JaTcly
lepoi tea as incorporated to erect a cot-
ton mill. -
Concord J. "F. Heatty and D. LT
Ldlerare report ed .is developing'a goi I
mine on Westly 'Castle's place " ,
Durham V. If. S. B.urgwyn,. vt -IJenderson,
is, iuvestigatiiig with i ' "
view of vstabljshiug a tobaceo'factory -. r : -in
Elk'in T. J. Lillard will probably
erect au electric light plant, . T- :
Fayetteville- A syndicate Tepresent- t-
ed by Air. Spencer is reported. as I av-- 1 -
ing )uirchased the site ami waterpow- " JT
er on llocklish, and will 'prcd.)ably es- 1
tabli.-h a factory. . :
Hickory The Hickory Manufae-'
tilling Co. will erect nn iddition. v'
building to its woodworking faetoyj
and may jmt in Hew machinery.. ' -
Higli Point The Piedmont firopn,
Works v.'ill. it is stattd, iucrease it
capital stock. . : ' r .
Huntersville -A cusniiig factory
will be irected.
Iluirtersville The stock cory?any -reported
in Our last issue-will erect a
cot (,011 factory, as stated, iu the spring.
Address for furtrnr iirtornjatiou to J.
V . lullt-v, secretary-. , ' X v
Iredell A bill Iras leen introduced '
in the legislature b incorjKrate tn- -1
rv tts-ll band Improvement & Construe.
i :on '( o.
sickncsii among stuck-. In addition t
Xoilh CaroIina-:W. K. Peregoy &.
Co., of Llallimore, Md., coiitempla,
would forever silence
di to see the two
mtir;uTE; the 'kvery; days and you
'.WILL N'OT 1-OlrUKT THE HOLIDAYS.
d. r.I. Kiee, Christian county, Mo.,
seems to know b.ow to get the most, of
a true liwng on a farm, ambin a recent
number of the Practical Farmer tells
hov? he gets some o it.
the smut, in some fields one-halt of the j the ereHion of a saw al;d planing
corn rotted. Notwithstanding all this, 'iiiii in North Carolina.
I expect to pe.t ii-) ni'-.iv ensilage an
other year. Very Truly,
j. M. HAimisoN.
He says: " the rq should !e a time lUaden,
Pcpalaticn by Comities.
oi'iiciAn fioi'Rks ri:on Tin: c
; i imcpoi.tK
posit ion,. mid with eome room to spare.
It theou lsite.m and poor, plow or
The pools conducted their operation; ,ijir ou- at h-ast ten inches' of the
eiiiu.eiy -iu nt xunw, xtiu.- o.L uicia ! uO-sOll and till Up with good,
were formed there. there was one : snrace soil from under ;
pool, known as , the 'Congressional (. take sod aud all and -chop' un with
pool,", made up in Washington.
- a snade in the bo! toruof due irole, tin
hnembers were principally senators and j m.lVr a rich bsd of good, black dii t
congressmen, ihe orders, ot this poon y Settiie tree tn, and so to work in and
were executed in New Yolk; To fa-! covrr the foots. 4. Bear iu mind that
cilitate operations in silver !a sort of j jf the-nbtce where voiv want to plant
silver clearing-house was 1 established, your tree is not: favorable to growth,
The (Mercantile. Safe Iepopt! Company j ti,ut now is thp time to make it so not
received the bullion on storage, and is-i .xv two or three fruitless attempts
sued it for certificates, wiicH were ..,.,d f;lilures. 5. remember that a tree
recognized by the New Ykjrk Stock j H) Sll-,.tf !o starve and -die without
bxchange as good deliveries." In-!
ot having to deliver-1 the silver can 31ot be found
when the work for
.lone and real rest
real rest, and recreatjion in the evening.
kTt is our rule to ihave the work to
scon in time, that tl
be done before dasdd
least some of the w
sod:-4-and gather in a
chores are all
t noon be had, and
have the work
ir; chores may ail
. Throw aside at
i i ill
well lighted room
tft'l at my ;. resident!
vt all hours d;iy aad
in all iis branches,
Pai ties wishing nhy sjcrvires at night will
n Eank street, in
Thanking mv fijenos and' .tic
icneraiVfor past patronflpe'and asking a
continuance of the same, I am,,
Yours anxious to please,
Leading Fuinitur Dealer
.n l i 'i L. .1iP
niant loot! ana moisture, una si:
when a sale was made, certificates rep
resent ing the amount of the transac
tion were transferred. Thus heavy
expenses1 for cmtage and rirjls of fraud
and los were obviated. j
The greater part of the dj?alings in
silver since tlie new law weijit into ef
fect has been through the jhedium of
certificates. Each certilil-itte repre
sents 1,000 ounces of tihler. The
Jieicantne. oaie ueposit udmpany at
first charged 2 cents per 1,000 ounces
a day storage. The charge yras subse
quently reduced to 1 cent. The cer
tificates were guaranteed by I the Vcst
ern National liank, which 4l -o settled
"differences.'1 'The silverjot course,
could not be delivered in amounts of
exactly 1,000 ounces, owing to the
different weights of the bars. Some
times lots of silver would run over,
and other times they would fall under.
In either case the Western National
j -B ink would receive or' pay tlie differ
: e.ic?, as the case might be. i 1
Almost the entire production of sil
ver came io New York, as j here was
in or contained
tough., cla-ey subsoil. (3. Keep
iu mind the fact that most trees do not
ivouire to be planted on prairie sou
deeper than thiee or four inches but
a" mound of good soil 'corresponding to
the size of the tree and hole should be
built up three or four inches higher
than the surrounding surface. 7
Cultivate often with horse-power where
ir is possible, leaving the ground smooth
-and even to assist in retaining mi idiire.
After July 1st' mulch freely with green
we 'ds or half rotton straw, or cover
with a flat lock, or any substance which
will retain moisture iu a day season.
Water thoroughly once a week though
August, or until rain c mes to your re
lid. Yon will find in tree-planting, as
in nearly everything else, that work
thoroughly done is i he. most satisfac
tory ami profitable. Never use a spade
where books and papers abound.
kT)on't be eonteuit to have on your
table the interesting local paper' and
even a good farm and home paper; but
let t here be a half (jlozen suited to the
varied tastes of the; family.
In our little circle of six, no two of
iu .a re equally interested in the same
things. Why should not the wants of
each man be snpplijed s far as possible?-
Y.m may say you can not afford
it. We"thiiik you;can. -
4We were never so poor and we
have often thought we t were at the
bottom round among 'common far
mers'but what the library tablejvas
better supplied than the dining-room,
table. We think (noro of the minds
of our children than we do of their
bodies, and in the little circle of grow
ing boys and girls, we see the good
fruits of the outlay.
'There has never been a day or
night when the farm has not beeu
our home, and we have tried to make
' . i i 1 1 . -
it a v).easint place ior ;;ie young peu-
In u us wick,
Cailf let, ;
18.271' Jcnc 7,to:V
l'.t:;o Leuc-ir, 1 S.S71)
o..")L'.". jae.coln. PJ,o8(j
20 o-JT" McDuw ell, lO.;-:
lo.i.c's. Maeon, UUOg
''l,07i. Madison, 17,t--0-'
V..17 Martin, l-V-'-M
1 (,(;;- Meekletiburjr,'4-Ja7;i
Iti.iMH,; Mitchell, 1J.S07
:i.". '('.! . Monigoniei y, ll,:.i
U,Vi'i i.MTTure, 'JO,i7il
IS. Mr Xasi), ' 2O:707
lLM't , New Hanover,!' Lig(
."),(; u Xort ham plon .-1 .2 1"J
l0.s-'." i inflow, lo.uo;)
l.s.e,se Pamlico, 7.1-b'j-L'.")
41 ' i'ascpiotank, lOrrl'S
:,!7 Pender, !.." 14
t).17t I'cnpJ.mans, !',2'J.i
4, Hi; Person, l",tol
2u.:;-i d'itt, L'".")i'.i
17.S-V- Polk, o.t;'-!i2
Oxford New machinery h-n re-:
cently been placed iu . It he i. "Oxford
21. 702 'How an,
IS. 04 ! -.-tanly,
i lilt 1 1 11 r : 1 U.
I'aleigh A bill has liceiTnf roduced
in the legislature to incorporate the
Tyson k Jones Buggy Co., of Moor.
I'aleigh A bill has been yitrnduo-v
ed in the legislature to incorporate tbt
Southern Manganese Co. $ "
Rei 1-iviile P. U. Penn & Co. WUU
it is reported, erect an addition to theit,
tobacco factory. .
Salem- - Wad- & Chewing ; have" re
ceived contract to improve the Wt-stou-Salem
Lmd Improvement Cu's
property near Salem.
Salisbury. The'cqtton mill recently
reported us tobe erected by a fctock
coinpiiv will be known as the Vance
Stanly County--C. C. Wside of
Montgomery county. . W. T. Harris,' 11.
C. I vey aud othersare the incorporator
of the" North ('and ma Shite Co.-, lately
reported as to develop slate quarries
and erect works.
OS I VVilmimrtr.n A bill bn bpn intrfi
1 , . I i , i : I. UiiLl.tf ii fx u 1 1 fr 1 r ?l i it
Cuiiiberland, 27,:21 ltiehmoud,
Currituck, 0,4, Kobeson
Dare, ', uoi muuum, -j.. , ;.,, flf sU(i f.(u rj-innA , iUu.
is.770 city for street improvements
Edgecombe, 24,1b- stokes
:o dig holes for planting tiees where a
alow can b? employed. Western Bti-
iOxtoid day: Oxford invested $7o,033
t ne w hoti-es in lS'JO.
"" ' :
anTwe Imve the satisfu'. tiou of
seeing them with a deep love for the
farm home, with no desire to wander
awKV from its fold. Yet they have a
deep interest and an active place in
everv good work in the community.
'Brighten tlie 'every days' and you
will not forjret tne bolaliv
Wilmington The Charap:oa Com-
1 i: W . .l.i I ..JJ
17 !';) ; press i o .iitiiuiise k,u. -iu uiiici;uo
lr gsl I i.t.s charter so as to authorize it to erect
a j ale bagging lactory.
a iv. a,
4 -2.-, j Wilmington A bill has been ibtro
2l.2o0 ' iITic'ed in the legislature to incorporate
17.'isl the Nev York Jr Wilmington Land
Iib2u7 ! Iiuorovement & Baukinir Co. . .
27 2X i Total.
The comity "secretaries want to.tako
warning. The enemies tare on r
track. You will lie often asked for
ail the names of the sub-Allianc -
i.4'.o!cretanes. Do not give Them away,
vou have ho l ight to.- 1 kes natuc
1 .G 1 7.147 ; Tn.e tb(? private property of the; Alli-
Ltcre and wh?n va.i l"J ' reuuested
. . ..i
e Alliance ' give them to unknown parties you can
jdlelsaftdy tpncUKle iney are not tne lneuuj.
1 ,e ; ot the Adi ince. 1 hey oulyavaut sucll
"tnaiiies for pariiar, and specalatirt
i n in ism. l iit w i u 11 unni"
This 'm an oil ye-.r with tl
in politics, but it should not
year. The array that is wis
(itiiv invi ii hi ni" i-- , nui noses, ltiey
ter. This is what th A.li yuee shonhl .(() , t ;ind ,lurmjue,.. ths Allinnce
clc, for tlie nest struggle will lie miu n : L(juk unt for tht,n,.AlliancSeutihl.v
nil rt t.o-getjhomuys. ' greyer than the previous one. Fill - - . ; .
Cl.ollie (singi.ug) How can I leave j up tV ranks, streu-then the cobimi. Tins is a greiit caun'ry. Cbngreta:
he. ? - . j and Jvd us pree: f f r01lt 'lt ' h,ls mn). d KT,t thebabali war
Ethel (coldN)-The front door is the uxl nattona e t:o,, . t J which promises to furnish
till doing lms:mss at -the o.d stand, victory is our. j org a A,;i .nee n.w oeui. i j . ' " :
xcitemeat for the suruiiur.