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Sub-Treasury or Somelliingr letter j WASHINGTON JLJ2TTKK.
Mr. Edifor: While I am one yho Harrison n Shrair4 I Manipulator Tht
One year in avajxc i
1 1 1 Li of five
Clubs of ten or more
terms suuJibr CASH.
Editor and Prow. lioiMtly be4ievefrfb.it there i notbing
Associate Editor, j c tier as s basis of issue than non-jH-r-
isliable farm products und lauds, Ijun-
Allianca Trying 1 Defeat Bat
ler Other ; Interesting-
tier t.uid the Alliance to be an oraiiizi- correspondence of tho watebman.
The Watcjimais is oriran of the Alii
unce in the blh and 7th Congressman!
Districts. - -
.$l.0:4.ion -seeking the truth, and are willing,
.75 'yea, anxious to have any and nil
''iluifcght looking to reform i;i our fi
- "financial .system.
J There have been many objections,
!- mv minrl nimo ivortliv if sorino-i
The Watchmax has .00 per cent wore
circulation, than (Uiy faer published iu
Enterwl aasec&Qd-clas.s m ill ai Salisbury, $. O.
THURSDAY. OCT. 8, 18U1.
POWER OF MONEY TO OPPRESS,
An. example of the power of money
to oppress its victim when -controlled
by a Hmlles money shark f.
v Farmer A., out in Michigan iu
1860, barrows 61,000 of Ranker H.,
. and agrees to pay 10 per cent, interest
for the iie of it. This amounts to
. $1"0 an ail ally. T n order to obtain
this SipOM that t ini Fanner A had
ta sell either 50 bushels of wlieat, 105
bushels of oats, 125 bushels of corn,
f30 pounds of butter, 050 pounds of
pork, or 170jouals of "wool,
In JS90 the loan' is renewed at 7
per cent. The interest Is low only
870 annually. In order to get this
amount Farmer A sells either 12'J
Jjushels of wheat, 400 bushels' of oats,
'850 bushels of corn, 5 10 ' pounds of
butter, 1,400 pounds pork, or 230
IMHinds ot wool.
'Let every farmer make a ;:!;rf.i!
s'ndyrof this example. A perfect o
Jirtion of it will disclose the difficulty
with which ilje people, are- jtruggliag.
oi money to oppress."
Washington, October 5, 1S91.
President Harri son i may not neciipx
a .place in history as jarg'e as that -Hi led
by some of his predecessors but it is
doubtfulif any of our presidents have
been his equal as a shrewd political
manipulator, indeed j niany peuple iii
Wasningtim are just I beginning to dis
cover the brilliancy of his talent in
that particular line. He has just
given a practical illustration of nis
ability as a political manipulator that
has aroused the Admiration of even lm
bitterest political opponents. It will
be remembered that when ho returned
to Washington everybody expected
niai ins nrsc work' won Id be I ho selec
tiou of the men to till
important positions ut
At Lenoir the other day President
Jbitler was warned by a member oi
fhe Ajliance not to mention the Sub-
Tiiry, he saying tjjat : Caldwell
-county vaa all spljt to pieces already
on account of it. rJ'be courthouse wasl
full of farmers and President flutter
devoted a large portion of his speech
to the Sub-Treasury and the close took
a vojte on it. All of the audience ex
(teptftiy men s'ood up ni;d endorsed ijt
with wild cheer Poor old CaldivelfT
;fthe is ruined ! The two farmers who
" did not stand up ought to, be sent to
jjfie legislature again. They evidently
"rpprcsent tlic-fmiviy of that county.
- Johnny get your gun !
teobsideratioii ) to the sub-treasury sys
tem many of which can be overcome,
if the objectors really desired a change
in the interest ot the masses.
Having n system based on debt
rather than trealti,t wjll be iu line with
the present policy to let our reform bt
on u similar line, aiuj it may therefore
meet with wore favorable consideration
yith the powers that le.
I suggest the folhnving that wil
meet the demands of the advocates of
more money and the advocates of a
aeut issue rattier tnau u ireaiti issue:
Sl;oulJ Congress Us induced to pass
a lajyauthorizing the Secretary of the
lreasjiry to prepare and issue say )
to irdU per capita in i reasury notes, to
be issued to the states upon the deposit
(or wareliouseiiig; ut st.jte IjQnds.not
to exceed in gross amount one-fourth
or one-third-of the taxable property in
said states. Said bonds should bear
interest not to exceed one per cent per
annum, xiie sraies laning advantages
of said net, could then loan to its citi
zens said Treasury notes or money at
say from three or four percent, taking
as security such forms of projwi ty
(real property) as said states might di
vise. In this way what protit was
made by the states would be covered
into the Treasury and thereby reduce
if not entirely abolish the necessity of
state taxation, while under the present
system the beople ate compeled to do
unsiness witnout a sufficient volume of
currency, pay ruinous rates for what
tbe- U!-e,uud enrich the usurer to whom
the Government pays about four per
cent m furnish the basis of our currency
(the Bank notes) and charges only one.
per cent for the issue, thereby the banks
Instead of paying even one per cent,
the government practically pays the
banks about three per cent, to take the
If there must be a credit basis of
iue, why not let it be the whole peu
pleXlhe State) instead of the usurious
bond-holder, the majority of whom re-
(.. . a i mi i T r . I leal ni re-e
TIKI (1 mill ll'lll ilMVIIV rafnxi f..,,..,. .1 .
...... v. ....i, r- hi i, l o in u,s 1,1lllt: III I r ! -
V II M VVU f'lll ll,1ull,l ! I.i ...... .
I u rp p n I U m.vuri.mu,J ;.. " UiilMIUie MIC-
,.f UhvLi. ,..5 ti ,c cess so did his former co
iuumc "ui xjic who
TILS2 OOFI' SHOW. I
1 Fin OoIIectidii tt Vonn? Horses
Some of Which May Break the Keeohl.
The Charlotte Kens of the 2Dth, sienk
Pgo the cult show- at Dil worth Park
People who went out there about noj
. u.mI u prc;it crowd of people moviiie
tbout under tl.e shade of ,ove nehV
Jld iioral ball, among 130 bend of horses
and colts. Tiicre wjis no scrub stock on
he prounds, and a finer collection kf
horsellesh has never beiMi known in tlfis
ctate. A numberofstockruiserfrom Oa
ourrus were reprtsontcd. TlfcnrmnL'
menc for the display of the stock were
crude ami inellicicnt,. but as good nscouid
111 fi. I ,nu,i v . . . t r - . .
uiiii vAjiaieu iui an opentng day
:tiid especially when the show wassocur-
vd on short notice. The sight 'was "oio
10 oeiigui me eye ofall admirers ,fth
uouic animai. j ne sleek and glossy haijr,
the well proportioned limln the shapely
necks', the swelling veins and inLelliiMift
eyes, indicated the superior breeding of
all the yuiiuuls i.i the show. Colts IVooi
tJ;e numerous , Uire0 old friskt1
, his S ! !!1T S proud of the ribbons
and this was strengthened by the fact The show, u'o 3y 0
tiiat a considerable number of the more hors.s loukod'on inEprile at the voun-yiJr
jroiuuieui rnemiXTS or Ij is Jarty came y"ii.ves. u was not possibli
hereat about the same time, upon his 11 ,iot ! thc oui" owing to tho
nvitation. as m.-.nv of flw-m i(,l ( u llMem. nit 1110 visitor, from a cas
friends. He lis,..,,,, . M.T" :iL rtay of stock, had nolitli
--'" n-i w ttiL in (in ii.i- M iv in tno f,' ior i.;. j . l
nenrii, and then announced th;,L none show was a sik'cms. iir ii,-..,i .....(
of.the.se Hpnoiutmeiit.s -woulil be m.-ulp dard bred coh "JI am J.oiifsi " w,i uivipii;
until after the State elections io b.-?1 first IH'e;uhlIn- "Jolly Pilot," Dr. h i)
leld next month. Now. if that me-ui sla.n:!finl ,,rc,lt look second t.iv-
uiything it means that the s.nplicants : .JT htamliir(,i
or appointments most nto t!, ti ' ,V 1. . !" '.. ..",w :i
doubttul states, and everything politi- '"-s. M.s Doouan's standard verti
cal seetU3 doubtful these d-ivs -....i
aiul standard iJ-ves.r-old. cucl'i re.
prove bv the resnlh nf IL -l.f I've ! Iionorary mention
that thev have earned flu. i-..u-..,l r.,. ,':!
,vl,;,.b h'. l- n- .L , ' JWI when i m .News' report closed
"uivii uir lWV. mat makes an :u-- t:,.. ..;
i- i i .. .. .-.!. in .M i, tn ciuuc a permanent
tie worker out of every .man wha is org.ti.,z.itioii. It is to be- known ti.
X ' -- . ; -r- . - . .' v u
You have never been asked ta look at sufli furniture ns
we can show votf
and von Ii;ivh never !n iwl-nd i, iir.L- -if Crr-.. 41,... ......!. ... i-.
" "rjnii -' Hint e ftllj UllMg l,vP A iff., f
erate as ours. We are makinir sreial efforts efforts Hwf f. f,.;- i . .
nitl, I ia i """J -muti
(".iu.,1.3 oj-oiiUMiie-s. ii we cannot surprise you with some of fK
surprise vou with Ki.mn rf u .
you sire simply b-vonl surprising. Thrigli we may quote prices low ro-u
to take your breath away, under no eircunif Uncos do we sacrifice nnalitv Ti,;
v no means.an ordinary announcement. It invails inonev in v.itn. rv... 11
riu re are exceptional reasons why you should not loso sight of our
aiy mention. J he judges
lad ;i t v tiroi'resseil 1 nis f it- ir. i Imii-
. I - --- - - V...B 1WA
ill !inn!iiiil' s , 4-K rt ...... 1 !
... ..i'i'iiv.,1111, tri me endorser or an an
pi icant for office, whereas if the an
.'e:;:eio)uig lve Stock 'Club. Mr.
pi lean t lor office, Whereas If the an- '-aia .jonnsi.n was e.ected prescient; W.
pointnieiits were made before the elec- r' A 11 x-li,(U'r. ilt vic.-picsi.!eiii; .ir. J.
Un,eve.y disappointed applicant and y ''vCrr'i Vil h Mr:
his hackerswou.d have beJ.Jskuikers in Xl) Xf
the campaign. Of nmrse there are "-er. 'i : ese uilieers are to nn part of
&. i . : k-'.f-l ED i J r 'In 4
''. - ; -. n
i : V- ",. , -: ' - - ' , r'. I
PAULOll 6UIT.S AND HAL?, RACKS.
W e have put them down at tho inamif ictui rr V priso. If von want n Tarlor nlt
Jlall Kiick donl l.ol to see us thid week. Tins b.-irpu.'i wril not last loic "
12 AMES & BAItl-TKAIlDT.
it. - -
. - -
' r - v.'
xM-,i.i c otJinntlee,
Willi h 1.-, U) be
people who think this sort of t hino 1,m. the
low the dignity of thei president but CoS,-P'-' oi five ndditioi.;;! laembfrs to
to all such it mav be said H,r '.d'Pod.ted by li.e p:v,idt nt. The club
" " Mi",
Will PlllCIia l' s-lOUIlils :l,il nvcl Ki.il. 1
have all f.n(r!1(ru,l "in v.w.1, H.: i.. .1' . ,;- i'"'c
" -iVi-i' - .uinj's 10 n e . 1 ,! !.:..;.; ...
extent of their know ledge and nbi'litv. - -
and will probahly continue, to do so as I.etti i I-'roin iiai-niony.
long aspreMdentsareiike the iv.t of Vedonot like to hear anyone com-
.uwinsicuijr iu Help ourselves or iJaiu tliereioro we never do often but
o. v .
f linmntfiii I . .w.l-.w,...t ...1 . "j.--t , 1
bared his breast to the storm of battle "T ; i ge. mat nis
to uiaintain the country, should n nVrl HP t,?:- 10 !U'ee:it
times of peace, at least -have equal ; ui r i Alliance is not pUl-
showingind favors as those citizens L 1 i Ji t.ak,n "" !l'v- part , the
who hoarded the money of the conn- :. 1 'SI"? P .lator" liutler
- , J "-'I' uu," ui' IV'"" M"u e er no ollen Out - y. tih$-i '- rL'
our friends. when we have been put upon un.i tried fMSm
Although Senatbr Butler's term does an,,,,l,.,u.a liU UC! patience, ! ilti
not expi.-e until 1S05, he ' reports that u'?thn'KVWT 1Htltl 1,0 CXC,,SC,J if w- i 2fii
flu. Farmers' Alliance of siith Car. t 'iff
l,US! ? " .vcly at work to de- the u, dai,. by wuiea we uiakeiX, ! ! Trt VATT .TATTr m a m
lecuon, and Willie l:e pro- OU!- '-n.-vaacc. Our l.ostoliice is onlv i-vu lJVV liliii
I I I I I 1 ' I ' I I I 1 ' 1 T 1 . 1 t . i , . .. . . I 1
eainn. Cm. irm lucre and it dues! r Jr A7?W ? I ,S f
Wp neer have advised farmers to
f I'oycottjpaperst hat .honestly and fairly
fplse nny or all of th,e "Alliance
lueasures. 15ut kmljrous slicefs
should get'the treatment they deserve
Py all means read the reform papers
After your church pnpcT take your
nearest reform paper ami then, if ton
T do not feel able to lake papers tjnit are)
.wuuisiic nii t uo iu ion lire lin
ear no obligations to them, they do
not represent you.
Ix remains to :pe seen whether Ptep-
jesenrative Mills will make or lose by
bidding for eastern support in Iris con
Jest ior the speakership. -The present
indications aro, that lie will lose m ore
votes in the West and South than he
ran Psibly gain in the E;ist. To the
unprejudiced observer it looks, as
ihough Mr. Mills had made a blunder.
try and refused the aid of that money , V , -1 " Us lIlcT mike ,lu
in tme of its need. . 3 ?CM of , '"I , m ,ie ,ist h'
. . . , . . ;iv ii w nr iiii'itur , , . i
1 I l(n C 1 know snme h ncr f I... r' 1 "' l" V succeeded
tenijief of the Alliance people of i
dice men, am
er on they
Norr.b iarnlinn nA t il,,.,... ;
so that those who have olher forms of f C,'lUe "f lw "l ! e. re,.ched tl.eir di-siinatio:,. U -eentiv
wealth than gold, sUrer and mvern- xr0!'''3'"" 1 was paid; to the Chino lw,M-1"'1' iV.m ea-i. of the
n.entbonds, should have cquaf facili- ili nwirtM.n,pany of (:hinv (J .H-i ;;- P -ilb es.vj.M ;,,!,
ties for obtaining said moue v. "."v tttt U)V ( Is- . ;n, 'c ' ; ,1 "e " U;:: 'Vs K
ivill -,-, ,K., I , I .. .. I 1 ' ,1
...w (..wwuwij ume a nauu iu i;ie con-
1 , 1 . , . . : I .
....!..- iiiiiii i;ie , r, .'ii .ii,,i
Ua.S a I'r,,:,, I I,..,-,. I : .1 . !
., -....... invi, ,u;n t noes
seem like wo oiiht toci our mail everv
iiiiie out we uu not.. We are rc'Milar
1-eader.sof tnc V atciimax and ii the
last tnii teen weeks ei-ht copies of this
paper nave found their way to our post,
ollice. ' We have no idea but ' what the
m A'rciiMA.v was mailed regularly
ua v, e ie-er.(i a note I rum fie
oi tbo v atch :ax statin mat a certain '
co:i;i,! :i..caii..i!, about wilich We 'had i
Wriileii a lellei of iimllirv I
lis cmn- i
NOTICE THE RACKET STiff
eep Your Eye on tho Bargains!
Slncn llio KACKlir l?m lliew lu; not -l.-f:i :U -roat !i:irgain m'tl as our
pivseut s ilo of K nl.r.;.U.ri.-i. O mm o uiI.t .it 5 ir.iK .,.. at 111 anil .,m; ,t
nny niiio.iiit -r line ,liirl i il,,- ; ,,.( t -,i:!i ,K. ,0.l i. i.er yi,r,l'.
i.a-gani ov; and ,o goods i.u tbe'lO cent counter. And the 5 cent foi
Of course iL's-deinoraliinir to the eml,
on.ro: !. rv trade, niiu. as in;i i
ladies saal to-dav,ti.e town would not get up to, the regular Lprice on tU. -gooi,- '
for one year to come. Weil. ;-e ui!! all :.t il... ,w. 1 1 .i..-?- .,
- ion. no ami ine "ilTesC- i
way is to buy at once. I;tH) y; xU in the three lots and vo can buy & tC
regular value for one dollar. We boughf a great bargain, and we give it to yort.
as we bouglTb . . -f
We are using this j.t as ue sii use the g,e.- tjM.irbase of Suits-
oo.snnu, pion ai.d step. i .,:.s g,,-at stock ot s,.U-wi! b offered on Monday
lit , i .
mis ai,o sua arc
been lecived by hiar ami ll
Till: LARtiKST '
i ST(M'K F DIA.MOXDS
; of . v ijopsk ix xoirnr
CAlMi.IXA? SFl.KcTMiN J' V'K CFs
MKXT on aitlk a tiov. K iu-'vv
I Ml I M I I'ATiuN S ! ()Ks ix
i tux n lo -in:
to U- 4J;2:.'(J, and it ue b
Mu ni in a year, hut t
,(1 1 o
at.M c e hud iii,- neljiuniber of uiin j
' ' 5-1 1 ' r 'fte J ,v liaseMiit. wo could mil Hell
.oo , a l o I s :o.n,lg , l,:il:;,, is the largest a.ul le,t purchase c
ey.r ma.le; ,-t t he gu a; , !.,.,.:,. u-mmu,:,,! and ue shall ,'etad it f,r
bss banthe n1..,.nti,t,!,vrsg,; lor it :.. ui,,,;,,,;,. The line is elegant. We
can tit .NO', peilectly ui.d uii; save Xou ."O per ,et. n the f a nif T..
uieit wanting a nic bu-ji a s . mi, I
and I inc. Von s..v.
...;n . u i
n in g I 1 O. I o 1 1 i ! 1 , . , .
iii tin pri'-e. J
'Very gal .T'it
eUUse '. O
e c , 1 1 e. ; ii -i
UUIIUUII, OHIO IUUI1C. fpi 11 , V
What we demand is more money. T -:iri!V?1 rl'mc-ify
issued direct to the neorde itb. b,.l, 't.h Canada as a thing ot the tui.ne-
vidnal ortate) without the iuterven- rfT'Tl
tion'of uuv SDeeulativA tlwu ot . "arrison in unlehnatelv
and upon such securities (wealth) a ipo Vie c-jnlerencc on the sub
the people have; that said volume of CTn"nMr'.-b'aVie h:,.d rrj"K
j- in: u idaliilijt: ! I !'t-: ,-i i
aivlcje, ,.1C . A'il'JIM.VN
at oae cf in. jioinls.
' ' i m ji 1. -o: 12,
I DIAMOND Di:.ld-:i;;-,
C""" T"r r T,-,.,-ir, -,t-
to in llih
, Was maiied
l-"i-ase I;; ?H !,, IK- W
cum i.n v iicn ou wrlie.
ace in .Washington on the 12
money should be based on oeb frt,,.,M w,.ut l 'e Lom.nis.suKiers to
of wealth as are flexible irf form -be-cause
the demand for monev is flriblo l 1 ,.
and since supply and demand I . VIJ",,e s. .lle;
prices the snpply of currercv should h '?!ne - Ve i lh 1 ,,ot 1'reTciiting tu go-
- B V - - - - m u vVirrkTk. 1 .... I . J
equal to-the demand thereby giving I"-"""? w icciprocity with
something like stable monev h. ot"W nations Mexico especially, the
I submit the above for ..What 4t is!
f I TVV I'jrVT 1 TIV r, nr..
w ..nis unio speech, occupies a uiiique
position with regard to the free coin
age of silver, lie says he has Cor years
lavorea ir, but be can now see no ad
'antflff tn f lto .n, .,., :.. ;i i
n 2' 7-viiuii v..; in OClll'T
f-nactea into a law,; t "'looks as if tl
: ! .1 1 rn
insiiii-uisnea Jeyan ,ycre tryin
straddle the question. '
Tub -Newton Pair and the Alliance
faking was a decided success.. Ilros.
JVlIer, folk, Sutler and Alexander
reason is accepted by the tundie as
merely one Ot conyenionee S , ,
Senator on the subject: The fact of
matter is that Mr. Harrison regards
the conference with the Cma b.,..
Commissioners as an entirely useless
one. as lie is not on-n:, r..,l t, ,
what he well knows the Canadians
would askrand he has no n.-.,o., i b..
It 1 . In- . . . t w
.uc is apparently drawing near P-eve that they would accept his p
n. A : i ... . I r.a: ... ' . i I
wortn, ami if anything can be done to
harmonize conflicting opinions and ka
cure the desired end J shall be con-
u ntr I ours trulv.
n , 'b-Treasuby Alliaxckmjln.
Meigh, N. C, Sept. 2Sth, 1891.
Now ..e-lsave. named some of the mis ! T7- "H TT i
deeds in U.cua:!, and iak in ail can-! I fl TI P fi? V T-II I1 f GTf! Jr.fl
dor il i is not .enough to vex any man 1 j.1 U 1 7 f H j 11 f " f V? M V
cspeeially one who is anxious to iveeive " W A U1 A U La L U " J
ais man every day 'i ltvVt. s sometliin-
wrong some where and it should he
looked after. I don't kn..wwhose fan!i
it li bat 1 think Uncle Sam should see
after t be na.il business down here and
if he tan ;i.,d the lame place hhould
remedy il b:. juittingon mail officials who
will a:;ia,I io ii witii more care.
ine cnmpmceling UL Harmony Hill i J )CH'l;tcli'S nnJ
begins iu xt '. ciinerdav niirht ini...nl if i
oauuey iiTgiit as usual.
i .1 -e , .
! a.. )',.; .
; i W , i I i , -; j - - i ; ;' , ;
-ii: ll.gil I T i ,,!., gi i
gOod," (it a y.-i y o,(, i.!M j .a:,, ; ,, ,ju
can t all U"d i ; rn lie i,.-.i ',,;,
Jili-ln'dy ecc u:da lU a- ,-; - ;, i
C ' !i ! a r In i'. lee i , , f , . , , ,
reaUs! c ;! )::;;g s ,!i; i.i iju- i,i-.,.-, .-j .
, . . . , (l J I I I , ,
u. i!jo;i lo the- y-l .7 ,7
'-III dollar Mi'if ' V'..
; ! i'adiir:r'iife k
' ' '; M '''''I il he.t ears' suit,
1 ; !- !' ! lis- :v.u if j),..
,',; l!. 1 ' h.m -i.i, j f. yojjjH
. r 1 . ;' "id slock, .lio.tiv
j ' -I' 1 ifiu cry on, Voij
.ig!i:io v.. or life vimj,jv j,rt.
' 1 . '' ' : -" U a cheap.
I l iUilinl to t:i aire t,s D,
ie -and ue s.iai! do it.
7; J. a DAVIS,
'i ii '.i i : I V
I CHARLOTTE, N, Cr
'i'l vol a'.
arc sliil at our ,,! stand
on Main slivct, whore V nvv
as4-vi s(c!; f Watches, Clncks.
aiurd.iy nignt as usual. An evangelist JeVc; v on J l, 1
as promised p enne. Air. Bagwell, ! ! - tlt tilJ -O.St
om Xoorcille, to lead tlie c!;oir in I t)1mIt4
aging and expect to have eight days 1 1 !
r ?' rri ; " t
I U ii V
? V .3
Mid others made the woods
)utch are solid for Ch thei'homes
..uu wieircouMtrv. .)ou can't lie for
yrong when you are with the Putch.
i i :
IUlmacepa, the Jte president of
Chili, who suicided olWdv .o
evidently a believer in the old .,-,.,.!-
4.nd Roman philosophy vyhid; made the
taking of ones own life an honorable
-way of leaving tike worki
' I'REStnitKT P,ji i- ii .
.... U1 l, r armors
Alliance apjears to have Wen selected
hl t,,e Pioiiid newspajier liar as a
T.etini, but Polk, like Secretary Hlaine
last summer, rvtKm to be knocked out
by nevsp.i r yarns
. .i .
neit ine American hoL' will he nn
honored guest at' all the conrU nf . ToJll(? casual oliserver it tnnv hi
luuro, - fjnefe Jerry, he naved lU? iUr' lfars. dns matter
. , r acting ag.-unst the wishes of Mr, Blaine.
out such is not the uoinion ,,f' th,...
who have given the su! i-cl eai-. f,,
thought; they believe that Mr. lilaiiie's
purpose is to keep Canada on the anx
ious bench until she is willing to ac
cept his ideas f ;, )C;h
fcr aty l-etie:i :h- countries .should I e
bir Julian Pauiicefote, tlie Uiirisl
minister, acceplino the s'atenj, nt 0f ;
Rumanian wbo entered Hip TI
Only $1.90 forth Proyretsice Far
pier, Wahhuum Und a pUime , f
the. aiTu'i-t! nf thn ..,.4:. .. . 1 n- .
uch .Stale President.
vvi.m.ioiau who entered tiie United
States through Canada, who has ken
oruei-ejl back to Cl..na,-th ,t ie lr.id ;,
111 HI 1 II I I'lPV ,T,i I
.... , ..- ixici ice in oauaua. i e-
cpiested Air. Harrison to pardon bin
'DIED Of heart f,i!urt.',s a familb,,
Hjd,r,,se:iu:he ;.e-u,uip,- :is applied
. Nto .deafly, of partni.ir goeisonages.
pVhat we ,-bould like ITkuw is" if
t cause 01 au (U-aMis?
j 7'nk j arty press says vt and y y,nr
' ;ir;XM - That is ligihr. tand 'by "it
UteU Alliance Sole.
Rock Alliance, No. 829 nt n .
meeting, had up .or discussion 11 oca 1
demands and a vote rtult(l in ,u lit
unaiiimous endom-uiont, KaTre:
The farmer.s of th T 2 CA t w-v i . 1 At . I
KlSte S 'dJ "f to China. Mr.
freedom is well nbrfi 1,. . ,u Vu. 01 garrison lustrutt-.l the Act in
rt? f Poverty Kf
: " ""f njauly. stand inust'
" n to,'" return of that
... j.rospriiy whU'h politi-
-aii country Mollis a
of tins people, tf earer
meet:;!-, w e n..po we may have a good
meet:.'v as il has been more of a fV.,li,-
of late t il;'.:; a;, vtiiiii" iK.
ir. J. jj. Joins, while scuilli 11 with
some othc. jLiMb's one ni-ht last' week,
got hi.4 ankle badiy sprained and id now
1; nab i , to a lie.
Everybody ij hauling fcrtiltr f.-onj
town for wl.e .?. J. J I I.NIiV.
Ailrvnrk LTttea n teed '2 liionilis.
1- 1 1
. . J Am a
ins bw. exows m mm mm
of thif great Amerkim countr?
place in lhchenr r .1, ; BO.
- - -' v 1 11 1. 1 nun n yn.n..nu
.... Jiuu I !!. l,n..n .
1 - reso veil f
Te you stand, by your iome; .recogniziug mt
j'our wife iwTd your childivti. H
;jiia -party second. ".
but it iivmTi-.' TaUes CjVfromJ'lhem.
cess liioi-A aHn,'.. . 4 Jis soe-
' ..II,, j Ua a II. . -
its power and in tl, -. loels
of its Hireflith V onlv -'wati n
justice ancU h t klf iT ?'ight
ie American ronl'N ,,ov,
tiona umf,?.. . oy
- - .-... ... , t-
uie common country
1.0 No. lb LP.a.r ,,,'. ognizin
I ' luider oi e rimm ,mon country
tary or biate io inform Sir: Julian
"that if this wereajsiuglecase.it won la
give this government great p'easure to
show its consideraii'm by coiuplving
with his jvcpiest, Uit there is ihvJlved
in this case, iu iuy opinion, tho whole
question oi ihe success and euforcc
uientofour exclusion acts. If Chi
naman can bund in Can; da ani suffer
no other penally for crossing our line
thaii that'of being returned to -Canada,
froiu whence they may again' reife.it
IK, o . 1 1 . 1 .1
men iuienipL to enter our territory,
our law becomes practically a dead let
ter. J lmVe tluief'ore directed the
becretary of the Tieasurv to send t b.
man back Io Chime it is probable
that jlie quest it n f whether it is n-,ht
under pjir law can U decided hv
application for a wrif oi IoiIm as corpas
.11 lbalf .of this ji iii."
Wheii Babj was siek. we gare her Ciistorfa.
When she was a Child, Fhe cried f or Castaria
When she became 3!iss, she chtng to CosSur
When she bad Children, she ga-j them Caston
-' . : . .- ' ;rjtta.CTM
I I f CtnVAl bi l'-.-i 'A
J, F, McCUBBHtS S CO
A eram of tartar baking "powdor.
Highest of all in leavr-uiiiir strength.'
Latest Lr. .. (Je eminent-, Food Rcnort.
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MILL AND EXPORT.
riicy always jiay liigdu-st casli
pi icc i'or ( 'otton and r.ccd.
Don't fail to see tlicni.
i' !' ' Ig 11 I s a !'e (! i ca ;
('T r.iih-oud La-dl
g-' good "rices
T I T
if nJongr t!:e no
a i::.-re !
es are u-..
(j'l'a-ic re: :
' I i V t I 111 t
XOW WliJiO ( t Ii i:0 Iha
tire prepared to py
an anv other hiMrket.
li e.easvu j -rices are taken into J:CCoiiliJt.
yru tob-u-c,, f).-r.,nl V i .;fi
. .. '( 1 '-'I 1 ' tlll
i lu-r-i Jo;
v. .. u:;i
( ' is a s and from every part
liar'. T' (.ii
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Norloll Alliance Exchange
11 and 13 Comioieice &tM
i Owned aiid control!?.
by . laaneemeii
I I TS TTT I . S T T T T f.T inrr OrnAn T-l
VY J-ailjijIiMJLiil, jt DTUHHi. ! for luuuiiin- oroduee.
COTTON A SPECIALTY.
X'!r:. J. ?.S3tccli3 c; Miss SCafgh Sobers
Uav? opcivgj a FiisliionabV Millinery store, ami
rcrjUOit Hint fiie indies tf "Sallsliur.v caJl aim see
'til fir sfH.-k. Xhey will iv. tltetuo-,; biy'.es and
lowest iii . "Siore over.!. W. B-,ttti Ts, .Mil,) Sr.
W. C. Ib-ed, Ui,', r.
John AM'adow -, f j i v
U ii!ii,soii l!r, s.. lbi is.
Meadows & Yanoi V, IbivelS,
1). S. Isborn, I5u er,
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. - . tJi ciomoi u, j.uyer,
Beware of ini(alions.
genuine fi; d.wire
j ! ( i . t 1 r. ui, Hu er,
Cl S. Snioot. Jone?,
1). MulioiJ,. I!uer,
.r-i;:, Ve!.l. lb.-;.,-
A . 1 5oo!,il f , 1 iu j.
I' . K liig-burv. Ijii
'j 'en n, fu yer.
IJuy only the original
Don't sell before writing for pa:
J .T. ROGERS, Mgr.
p. n. liox 212
JT. "W. BOS.TIAlNT
ill Jjavp sonictliin to tell yuu in fjjjs sjiacc next
YUM'k. urc tiinl von sc il.
M an 11 'act i led I
rn Tobacco BaED Co.,
AGENTS WANTED! '
A.e.'.t.oa t: e V.'atuahi in iIicn yci wtllr
OXFORD, N. C.
: faetlities for edur.tiBY?" " MKNT w b-d -rtndB nnrlv.led ii
pchool for thrir children, da R EHT5 .hnMH .2,? ?k fo.r -T.0"" in Mfe In deciding npon a
aJ2'etheexpnditurcfafrwTd?l HEST, becanM it pays It
CHEAP tnition ih Terr dear, bia R fl -?nt t'" Pfoe the cheapest in the end.-
juea, ana offers NO opportnnitiw, for (-5Aiiii
ThUTDstitation.owinetoiu U tFu tn?r y?lTlPH& f)r tt8 P0?'1 nd Kraduatea.
young mm and womw om JiAT ?icd j dwirVble ooaitions Tmore
all Bitnilar Institutions combined i r.'i;! 5l?5.if?ii,,nn '-'rolina andOeoreia. .baa -
Address. W U CAr. r --"""LU' maiiea on application.
BUSINESS Cbtlecl 6 8 olo m rST' 7 F; UA' SADLER, Secret..
w-.LtLt.o.lOo, 12 N. Charles St., BALTIMORE. MO.
Mejio-.i, in. V.i. im..ri Hli, r, yuu wrlo-.
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