t . ;
jari Una. . Watchman.
Editor and Prop.
Associate, p. ,-??
;V; SUBSCRIPTION HATES
Or,e,year hi jtlvaiice " " ' :
Club, of five . -'
fJiwlis often or mors
TKKS STRICTLY CASfl.
Sntswd-os seoouiass mil at Salted
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THURSDAY, NOV. isyi;:
HOW IS THjS?
A few days since it came to il
e e ir-
-? lesuic ot 1 ie recent j
.h..bW " I
.Mu,uons tnatrhe silW, enus.fi v.d.i. hC
Jwfwl 7UAi4-;..i.. . -
eUctf'u McKmley, republican, in Oliio
rft.ui iij , 1 i
o.-ciea b io.ver, democrat, in New V01 k
Can tins be true? Is democracv ; ,
It always Ivis been our opinion 1
the opinion of uli j ,st nu n ) 'that
democracy was democracy without v 1-
1 it .
naoitness or sIuuaow -ff turnin
thing that is noto be aifecte 1 by heal
or cold, but founded on priur:p!es
Hbich are principles just and ineoni-
- pn:misable in Florala or Mliiue. Aud
rfpubiicanism Ave- thought the sun
wherever found. What, kind ot
democracy is it that is one thing .here
'iiiid other there? What apetl woj!d
"religion have if what is wi. kelness in
ou section would bMtrnied rhri-m 1
in another? How long coul 1 ' p!e j
have i.ii h in such a thi;u'? It is j
vijent xlmtr-a certain class i f people
- r :t . T- ' t n il n'ttni. i.. lii-.-u 'in!
Pt'W 'a r.fs. :Oid lrA ii )v virl-nr fnr i
Svr.il ,iit-r.ts. No pi'.ht thinking
nT'iii'can 'j,r prove tiie workings of Tam
. i.1 '.ny H il or the oiectii.'ii where
moueyps m :S!er. Nali-rc leaches tiud
ri.e .world, man aiublue works of nleli
ur natufaliy (Icca)in2. and rc(uire
C"!itant trueing up to Ke p them from
I- ( 'uning shackeling a ;d iiro:-'ious.
S.. "it is rtdtlilttics. They need con
stant care, tra.ning and sjiarrking t
keep thern Oxi the noble b;i' on wtncii
they were plan ted.
. WHERE THE HONEY IS GOING.
'1 he Abjance may never accomplish
nil it undertakes. . It is hardly to be
"X i ";fed. But it; has a lot of work to
r. only lifCus to get down to bus-
last census declares (he.fact that
-tverug'' uvrense of we;u:h per cap-
people ot ti.e
htg5 ike '..Vt .ten years 4ra;
. r cent. In the ea-tern
;evei'. il ha- nt-en from
25 to '
i ., . h i le in life West-it. has
:,..y bpeu.fro.il 1 to 2 per cent. Yet
dwriu- ;his time th- population (if the
Vv.st has incivaseilj'roui 17 to 00 ' per
cent., whil? tne p-pr.latiou of the Kasl
rc uaiued si-bout at-a standstill and h.:s:
-. tu.dl decrease!.. i ;stf tii farms arei
j-tig abandoned, while millions of
t.-.!vs of wc.-leni hois are being opened
What dots i ii is prove? Simply
- . ! ... 1 "
tloit tiie Wesi feeds the cow.
vJ-:ae U,bast -els a!l ttiu natter and
;;;,-'.. ' It' is h'.ih time we send law-
,u lvers to. ,'ashiiii;t u who wiilrepre-!
;,:,t (mr h.terv5ts Toese facts prove
, . . :, , '
- r.n.ety that we are ensuived to a.
u '.'iw . .
miitie lesiTOL " ""'l ;OUiaretiy.
- . , -ii ., i,t', r ."r't'n" of the tariff
jNoi wilt a ntiic r axl .
of fhrt xvr i -P-i : , hven 1! we have a surplus it h an e 1-
;a.; ,t- i. . , l J :!h,co of pro-per.ty. J ne credit ot
remedv t!u-evil. .V iming and "mph ot tne money kins. my
. - 7j-r4iiiak"e ever tunlar lost hv the peopl '.
K.nL-iiisr L-bisS of Usurers and SiiyJOC.
hold the.trtiances, tiie old party .press
and the political machines in their grip.
Only $100 for thr, proyrcrsivc Far
mer WaicJiman and i picture (f all
ihc officers of the national Alliance in
clud'uj cadi State Prt.sidtut.,
THE KANSAS ELEC7I0N.
Alt sorts of reports liave leeu sent
o il about the election in Kansas. It is
t.rua'ikat seven of -- the- ten judges
er,ed are old faTi' caiididates, but the
st'oi y -i h-.i ti.e t'eoples party ticket was
-su e ( d- under will not do. Had it
b e., rnythin bo? a judicial election
th r- sole would have been entirely
di ti'Ti ht. As :o was. no great interest
vyas inauife -ed, nd the People's party
ntr having mieaio- rs of the legal fr;
- i-? iiitv out of w hich tomake candi
they nnt idalfy divided the vote.
.Many fulseb 'grains have Iweu sent
oat . Vor instance ' i a ree counties
where.t'he People's party was verv
strong, were claimed by the 'ftision
istsr Vhen the telegrams were sentout.
li it fhe official count gives the Peo
pb'a prty candidates in Jtjwel county
4 Hi tiiajority; Smith, -530; Osborne,
6 H). The vote was c'rose in the entire
. State. Thj election' means nothing.
The farmers ofKansas are for reform
a d their vote next ye sr will not have
''fusion" in.it. -
' d i ----- -, ,
YoH tranta rt'cture of the vatonal
"irflrert f'fiifeAliianre-' Send $1.90 and
jjpi 'th F&MreMir? Farmer and the
Tiik National Fanners' - Alliance
and Industrial Union is in session this
week at Indianapolis. Various press
dispatches concerning the work of tli3
eonvealmi: are already out. p -it ever)'
one knows thai no' truth em placed in
them, fur hi-.t ye r the saniecheme
was. work; '!. Now it conies that the
ih.i-.S -rty . hai busted the organiza
tion, and that t!it? leaders are quarreL-
oV' r til? .si !-1 ivusury i3ue.
W a:.' nil
t LI the true statements coma
o.i' in I then you
:i .i''ii to think'.
Ih'tt v'm will have time
Twkxtv' miliums of people in Russia
t starving. Where is the surplis
1 . -Vl ..... ..1.... II. t.tll I 1 I'U
, ' WO"l!l iUXH ill ltlrll;. III "ii niv.
Iionsesjf Nve hud - the sub-Treasury ?
1'he world never yet 11 id a surplus of
muted to an vtmn'.
. , , - . f.
i 1 s ! 1 is impaired on account, ot. the
. . ,-, , , .. . .-
jtamme. iat me ereu.r or mei u:.i
. . . t
eood, because v
, , ,
l,M)d'"" s,u "
v? h ive a full supply of
' vs t ime.
V F. are n: recent or a copy o; me
1 f 0 1 1
lirst iv-ue of the lin.in:--n A'jeut, a
paper .published at Kah igli by AT.jtant j
! Uu.-ines.-; Agent, b. Oino ii.M!i. it j
devoted to the interest of the. State
busiiu-s agency, but g-ts in some
sound Alliance dociiines. In clubs of
ten or more it on'y costs H cents per
Colon ei. Faiklkothcr of the Dur-
ham Glow, is thinking of (-.i:i tiiig the
uewj):iper .mim.-ss and
Meconium an t
eyaugelist. Cob Co-.k will travel with i
uim and he his singi-t. or songster or
mh;;t or something o-f the sorf
' .. .,! !,. r'- .,
1 1." SO S.iyW
a'lalited of. it
riiink for yourself, act. for yourself, h
oe an . ; ! 1 tneem in.
Tl e Farmer.". .Movement.
Those who sneer at -'the
movement are as far wrong :.s tu se
Vho fear-it. It wiil md, usher in apo
litical milleuiurn. tior nil! it subveit
fri-e ins itutions and substitute a reiy;n
of anai h y.s iys tt.e Wiusboro,. S. C.
Adrncatc. The farmers .ee tliat the
are conti ibutmg to support the most
m ;rnihe;,nt roveru nienU on eartn.
and that tjseir labor has uuule the
Country exceedingly prosperous, and
t hey want to know how it is that. they
set m to have little or no part in lh'o
it iii t i i i
:af'er, and, nave at last raetU'd u
.,1 , it 1 1 ii 1 !
conclusion that they nave oeen atienu-!
up' too closely to their private air.urs;
in u-ih-h tbo other fellows, and th,.t
Vli.-li- rliitv to UHMohW.-imf the coiiii.lioijdy tell a 1) . re-fa-e falsehood,
try reunites that rhev take a h.nd in
. . A ....
run iiiu lt th.e government'.
rod footing. Not. tuung disciplined in
riie p diiical m mual of arms, they
MU-v be expected io make some bbin-
uers. but they will not. be deterred
from the effort, rallies, political or
olkeiwise, who think the movement
is only an Apr! shower, will h'u-u
t heir error, ;uh1 it will be
i i y
thev are not too i.
:a'( Ipng on."
And now comrs-a new chapter in
tiie financial history of the world.
The commercial pre-?' of Kure.pe )is-
tiuehv st;rtes tnat tm- awrnl bank
tailuies in uroj are .due i o a
crisis mat joiii is insuiucicut to per-
- - ,1 i ll" - 1 . - - . ;
r,rm t,e fUIcti0., ui' niouev
J- i- t lh?tojy of (ireed ai:d Pia-
t,,!1 -;:'r iU1 1 "V. npf!i-. .lTiK'
le-s moiiev-T-t he m ore "rum rwd tailure
t! .... '..
; - -I ue g . t . i 1. 1 aue juuci ia t nt? more
y.oleiit the losses of the masscs-the
more complete masterful is
. . ... 1 , , .
One baU-K tails', one ma u oan her is lost
but teiirhoilsaTsf-4X'mmi:il people
bear the burden and pocket, the m.T
Other nionevlonls reap the f s. Yes.
a gold crisis come-- and mm and beg-
iuvrv comes with it.--- (. at Wtt.
Courtjwis in session this week.
The fa rin es are busy sowing wheat and
breaking their land since t he fate rain.
Mr.AV. V. (iabiiel has bci;un the frame
work of his dwvl4tt4t'Usc.
IMr. Ceorge Siurtli went down in Meck
lenburg county last week looking for
employment. We wi.-h bhu success.
Mr. II. Eudy went this wick to viyt
Triinus and : lalivis in t-Uxniy and Ca
bafrus -countiro. .
Tom Thumb ami his ;how posse 1
through toyvn la.-t Saturday on their wr.y
r. -T. H. Christiu is jioin to luiAe a
new dwelling burlt preparatory to put
tint; u cropper on his farm i'ov ifext year's
Frank-Robbins was arres'.ed irst .veek,
charged wiih stealing a. id was saf.-'y
lodged in jail lo,aw ait his tr al. lie wiil
probably go t-6 Raleigh to l ye' a kw
M ;. il. Nas'i p as ;c d th rot gh last week
on liis way to China cou lty which will
hereafter be li.s l.o.ne. Oar best wislns
go with him.
This town and community did not
send down a large delegation to the
run paugh circus m Cluo iae last week.
The people arc !ecoiuing better morally I
or ihe times are -getting harder.
Mr. Iee Cimnelly - wl Miss Plyler,
daughter of Mr. J)ankd l'lyler, were
united in nialriim.ny last week.1 They
went to South Carolina and were mar
ried whi'e there. We with ilu -in a liai nv
;oercsvilie, Nov. 1 1, 9l.
.Childrert Cry for Pitcher's Castorfal
PUT THIS IN YOUK PIP13.
Plain Taots and Sharp, Tithy Saying
from lieform l'sipcrs
Tiie nine millions of inortages on
land show that money mongers rejrard
it tis a safe security for their loans.
Tii- 1 iw of supply and demand, sis
telan s Jo all prtKluct of labor, is not
the s;ie r-ulutor of price. There is
another consideration. The .supply and
demand of mouy. Weekly Toiler.
Capitalist combine and hx the rates
of interest. Speculators combine and
control prices. And so the- producing
cl.i.s ground between the uppear and
the neather miilstoue. Clarion Led-
The Western Call: It is not because
the Alliance does not know what it
wants, but because it. doss know.
tl at. is
r!n;riLt,; out such tirade of
ubiiie from the ctss-poo cf corrup
tion against it.
V There are 12.000,000 laborers in this
country. These add an average of
7 a piece per day to the wealth of the
country, but they get less than 1 1
1 uav. v 110 ijei.s iae ui-iici
j? l:uhisiri.-il Educator.
Willi the sub-Treasury dan in op
per.it ion it would put 1 r0,G0 .0 0
t;mre into the farmer's noekets than
t now et for their 0,000,-
())) bus'iels of wlieat, and at the same
cost th- consumers no more than they
will h.ive to jiay specniator-.
l)o!i'i be disrouraged but do your
part ui our struggle tor treedom and
you wii! inspire others to join in the
goVfcuuse and. remain iirm for our
prinei)le. A do-nothing is j-ometimes
1 . L- . : . i.. l ..,.. .!
,M1iill v r ;.,,,, rule. Mo.. Pronress.
.ri , , , . 1
(.rr,,rt ., Il)fik the tariii the i.sue. To
soil!" erjent it mav be responsible for 1
the slt'iai ion, but when compared to
he way iir.ane-:s 'U t ms coun'ry
.ib'. - cii manipulated it dwindles into in
! Tii ix-at:ee.- -( !cuirir. ex., incline.
Tenant farnrersY.re 'w.-ing made in the
Cmted States at the rate of 10.000 a
week. 40,000 a month. bS'kOOO a year.
How long ()! ye worshipers at the
shrine of plutocratic partyolatry, will
it take at'this rate to bring about the
reign of terror on American soil. In
; st rin i Ed neat nr.
mk jcejier must he suppressed, aim
en (il.itimx nndiiim
restore ! to the nation, to v. hon.i it be
longs. Ilaiik'ing esiahlishments are
p. lore d.t'hgpro'is tiian standing armies;
and the principle of spending -money
to he paid bv j osteritv under the nanr
of fuii tintr, is I ut swiudliuir futurity.
hose or tne part san press who
Oil 1 I
would have their readers !;eieve the Al-
.!li,.o loivo lnif tli.'t i' hid In liw' iVir.io
o - "" r . . .-..,..,,, .i.,-
""" " r" " i
hg a gro8 nu -represei
iKsci i ion.
Here i- the
ilrsf ol tberr del.aiiou ot
nd rial brer rVr.-.
Why do the f .rmers who live as
neighbors ouhf live, borrowing and
loTnir.g an 1 aiding each oilier in a
thousand ways, eo to the polls once or
twice a vear on! v for the purpose of
1 killing each others votes V
!;is question. irot e.-rs.
not tiie verv
chenu ;u toe wheel that
ought to be moved. Wed I
Dr. II V Cassm ore's withdrawal from
the Fa -mers Alliance be-:. use he dis
not approve the Oeaia demands, is
nroner ; r; i c t i;:"iuiv. He could not
v rem;? in 'a memoer or
o.-ini,a:ion. anu oppose its riistre
i i is To oe
booed thai oibe
iiirhtini; the Aliianee'. and cl
membersiiip, will follow his exiniph
- Clarion Led; r.
Ve coiitiiiha'.ly au-e W;V1 street
and the nioii'-y paw yi ; we luirl abuse
at congress for 'bad eg;ibit ion and yel
we, the jiea'p'te. air jo blame. We have
the biiihd to keef Jpohiics and govern
ment ure. why fou"r we do it? Pe
nalise we hae jillowe.l our piejud ces
to blind us -vjA have been voting for
i i i r 1 1 i
V 1 ' V ,' , P !
j 1 .,', l',1;sne11 iooMshness
liuta.dnat tree I r?r:
t-.r prjun:ces mste at ot tne people s
Seme ji'ipcrs in the Stale are very
solicitous about congressional races in
:he seveod districts next year. They
are -triv.ng to urge Alliance men into
the field -under the plea "the more
the merr-T - but m reinitv to divide
the in flu. nee of the supports cf these
Alliance men. and elect an opposition.
Thev ab ijneauly try to arouse jeal
ously am-'Jig there Ailiancemen. Hut
such me1. hods will not work. Cotton
Senator George may take comfort in
the supp rt he is receiving from the
Wall str i'r organs. Por instance, here,
h the N' York Times, mugwump,
ant i-silv: felicitating iise'if on the
imairinai fact that "the Farmers'
A 1 1 i a n ce' ; 1 "t o.s t unanimously s u ppo r t s
him;"aiid that 'there is little doubt by
another v-'-'f the hulj-1 rer.sury scheme
will be la ied end forixotten.'"'. While
he is iej o.'diig in th.e Wall street
friends ir' dia made, tiie Farmers'
Alliance i.:r.y glory in the enemies it
has made. - Claridn ls:dy r.
The pro'Venonai statesmen who are
airin" their wrath rfain-st the Farmers'
Aliianee, express the greatest respect
for the farmers vho triginated their
movement, but declare vengeance
airunst "pdificians"1 in the organ
ilt'.ou. r ifprttinatelv for the profes
sionals, ' the j sub-Treasury and Lsad
Loan meas;A- were proposed by the
indus.'riais lifore a single politician of
note beennv prominent in. the order.
Those tr.psis.ires are essentially the
work of the farmers and their repre
sentatives. "lurMi Udyer.
Another Senator Joins 1!ie Allinncc
Promiiieiit AHIancfraeii Oone to '
Correspondence of tiie T'utfiauan.
Washisxitox, Nov. 1). -Ex-Senator
Van "Vyck of Ne'raska, ;mw in
Washington, who ha- east hjs politiwii
fortune with the Farmers' ;lliuuce, is
not one of those who believe the . Alli
ance movement to be only temporapj-.
He says: ' Some folks are saying that
the Alliance h:;s none 'all to pieces.
That is not s , and they; wll fin I it
out next year. J don't know just
what the Alliance will do, but they
will do something t, make themselves
felt in the presidential eleeti n, :nd,
m irk what 1 say, though, f rom vario;i
causes, there was a falling off in the
vote thev east ihi-i year,- the great
working bo lv of organization is
all riglit and' will J-1 fo-md pulling to
gether next year.
Kx-Governor l-'r.raker, of Ohio, who
is hereon professional business in con
nection with the s lection of a site for
1 pubbe building in I ueb.o. (,ohrado.
n.is for once disai'i'ointed the news
pajej-corresponeeiiis whu e.peciei to
uet some 5crfsati(nal interview with
him concerning hb tight with Sherman
for the semjtoivhi; ml the scheme to
deprive Senator briced i.is seat. Mis
talks for puhlieaton are entirely mod
erate and conservative. He says he
is a cambdate for Senator, but as the
election is t- I '"' the Ol io leih
ture. - ml i.ot by the newspapers, lie
hr.s nothi.t to .'ay ef his prospi cts.
About 'the Hrice math r he pleads ite
rance, and snys in at. it is a question
that belongs ti' the United Slates
.Senate. Could :-nvho iv he more dis
creet? I.Jo e dlfd on President Harri
son and ;;!so i.u Seer, tary Maine, but
as the a Iministnitioji is understood ' to
favor the re-elntion of Sherman, it
1 1 1 . . i . 1
could not he .eon t ask aid in his
The 1 lest i ews from - l'rai is n
enbieg am to tluir mii.i-.ter here,
which s tha; th.e repullic is not nor
has it been in .my danger, ami that
tranquility lia? been entirely restored.
SecreUo-y l-V-t-T w id. in his cnnnal
rejiort. o mi v ich he is now at work.,
recommend se-eral amendments to th.e
nation d bnke.g laws and an increise
in the nunib'-r of li nk examiners
lie will also try to show that the pub
lic cl.:mor ju'dust the governmei.t
officials o.i act Hint of fraudulent fail
ores of nati -rial hanks in Boston.
Philadelphia :.ad eth-T tow ns is unjust.
He has underhken no liuht l;'Kl,
President harr. sou's Thmlisgivin
prochnvat-tea was a little late in being
issued thiii yc-", but the date has be
come ::o thoiotv.-hly a fixture in the
public mini ;ir:t the pmchiniatio-i has
come to be h sketl upon as an almos;
tiseless '. rmi,i' v. The foiu'th Thurs
day in Noveaber woiiid p'rob.ly b.
just as ge;,er ;iy oi-i ; cd. eve n if som -thing
occurrf l ttt prevent the issmi.g
of the.,;sid. itt. 1 pi'ocl ;nid'(i!i.
Aio;ts cie .ejp i..h hav ng'ar
r..(.i rv otl aiurtbiv
form l! jii'. '-iri.' d him to ti e Presi-
;s:er to this go ernun nt, ; nd the us
ual speci he of courtesy wa re ex
changed, senor Moots h s never
wavered iu lis belief that ev en thing
would besf'tb-d in a s .tisf iftory man
ner, Mid lpiv tli t in bvoth r l:a.- be
1 O! I 1 1 '1: 11 ll'l (1111 1 1 A I ' 1 I , 1 r ll 1
V.'IIJV .'V.l.i.1. 11V ill. . ' ,1... .VI. II . ft J
sotni he reiol iri v elccied r. sa; nt. his j
influ-ncebbktd'y to be all ouerful
wit n t hat lovernmeut.
All of the i-r.-mieent N..tin:it
. 1 1 ; i : i . e
r Inii 'D aoli-, where tiij annual con
vent. o:i id th.it o:"g ii;-, d.on mee's
this wer-k Ahlioii.udi (lie llii il ileuv
m:n l: i hi s to what a dii ii. if any. the
All. rone to t ke in the formation o
a thin! p; ty will not be known until
the initio a! conference, provided fi.r
at the nciiiii: i convention which
latiticbei! , people's party, to be held
at WifrLiitnu on the 2:21 of next
FebrmirT ,di .11 ' held, there are ninny
who lel-vt? tliafc the ;.ci ion , of t his
week's c nveutam wdl' really settle tru
piestibi!. ! ';!. Colli ill ;i Ires no attempt
o contKl his sentiments.
is tailed bv tnoso in
that tl.-iv is foundation for t he state
ment "ii ale in Italy and cabled over
here thr this --ov. : r ment had accepted
the re: ! sii.a ii v j',.;- the kiliimr ol
the It !ia :s iu Nt w Oibans, and ;
Would ;ty iudeinnov ;o the lamides
of the aen. It lias frin the first been
beliefei that Ihe ideut Harrison would
call tilt at: e!lf ion ef Congress to the
matter ;u:l j erliaps recommend the
paynje t of a -mall sum of money to
th.e fatiili'-s of such of the victims a-
wt-r-i" al:;in citizens, but there has
been ;o olHcial action id any -kiod
takenconceriiing this matter since last
s rinr. It. is probable that the Italian
govement may have authorized some
sueh-t atcment for ihe purpose of ex-pl-iiiaig
to its own people i s conteni
phittpjf s) nding its minister back to
1 professional wire pullers, are
herein force engaged in Avorkini; up
the 'nims of the various cand ihis
!qr -peaker. In fact, therj are more
wp pullers than congressmen.
CUdren Cry for Pitcher's Castoriaj
; J, F, WINS & CO,,
fall AND EXPORT
rhev ahvaYS pav highest cash
1 . . .
Vioo nu- (hitton antl Seed.
- s. -
I Don't inii to ee them
Farmington Has an Autbor A 31 an Mm
tiered Minor Mnttcrn.
The corn crop is turning out better
than w;is exected. T
' The cotton crop was greatly damaged
by the early frosts. That crop waslAle
through this section.
Dr. W. (.'. Martin is in PLikulclpiiia
G. W. Dahii.son and fiimily left. Thui-s-day
for Barbersvillo, S. C, where they
will spend some weeks.
Capt. D. P. .Mast, of Winston, visited
the Chapter at Farmingtoti last Friday.
; James Hmoot, the book agent from 1
Jlooresvilte, is canvassing our county
with a Wi!un luad of religious books and
Capt. Malory, of Independence, Ya.,
was with us last week with a lroe of
fine h mes.
W. F. Carrack, rcpresentiug the nur
sery of J. F. Link, Lexington, N. C, is
around delivering wagon loads of fruit
The Hew Mr. Stacy conies to the
Farininu'toii circuit next year. Rev.
a. 2. Nelson has been returned to the
M ock s v i i i e ci rc nit.
Miss Bachelor, of Oxford, was i-i
Mocksvilie last week Soliciting ni.. for
the orpltans and working lor their paper,
the Orphan's Friend.
Fanninglon possesses an author
whose book 1ms had a more rapid sale
than any other we have known of in the
South Kev. P. L. tiieonie's "Ilambles
of a Soiiiiierner in Tin re Continents."
The fourth thousand on ttie market.
The new edition iust tail is a handsomely
bound and finely illustrated volume and
should be in every household, -!
.James K. Smith is in bed seriously
Uruised and broken." up. lie did not
escape the limbs ofu failinc tree that had
just been chopped down. His face i- cut
above th.e ribt c e end collar bone
JV.rnfs Faircloth was killed-at a corn
shucking at Caleb Barlow's late Thurs
day niyht by John Barlow. Barlow
fought with a knife, cutting FairclotW in
twelve places, once on the throat, fiiom
which he died in a few minutes. Whis
key and aft old grudge was the cuse.
Fairclollr.s remains were buried at Mas
scdonia Saturday morning at 11 o'etoek
Baiiow was captured in Forsyth coutjty,
and is safely lodged in jail. He plead
iruilty tn trial. . .
Marrieii. at the residence of the bride's
father, in Clarkeville township, on ;rrt
Thursday evening, by (I. J. Boot-, j. 1'.,
Miss Lou Jane Sioncstrett to Mr. Th.os.
Fat on. 1 1 ustlkh.
Farmington, Xov. IS.
A crrc.m of tartar baking powder.:'
ili.;!ie.-t o! all in leavening strength. i
Laltst C. S. CJovernn.cnt Food Report.
. , . .
( biVcr.-iiui dr.-i
tlit lji'.vcst prif.vs at iiiii i-;s' 1 )ri:;
READ THIS !
lo - sun
ana can !,r :i .'oiut
- - - I I i 1 1 .Li
of : C -ui'v-s. it has ia
to euro Dyspepsia, digestion,
and Sick Hoaclacho. 1 can ;:iv
you first-class i ''.'o hecs in Snl
isdniry to r-.' o . ' "is. 1 i
UK IN TIMK.
Don't wait till you get s'ok to g
tiottle of 1-IiiJi i.-.-' iiai :!itc-. ;-t'r cilie.
come and have it ready., J; v. iii - iw
(a doctor bill ami jifohably yoio ij.'e.
is speedy cure for i !; t i .: , -
. i i:
i me" an I J!;;W'ei c.o
a i a
arc ti t
Lcn la t one
J. H. ENNISS.
AYo are still at our old stand
on Main street, where wo have
a select stock of Watches, Clocks.
Spectacles, and till ki nils of Fine
Jewolrv on hand at the lowest
Watch repairing a specialty
V tl mirontfi'wl 1 m m . t b a
Vtl- Ol h. will tilUCi i 1- iiitMiiu. .
..., J. & H. H0RAH.
State of North Carolina, i N r l
Margaret iVthei, ) Action fur Divorce from
Geor-e V.iVthil. J bond r.f Matrimony
It appearing to the satisfaction of the
court that i lie ticlenoant. orore
Tethel,isa non resident of. this State,
mil 111 11 not after due diligence be found
0 . .
therein, aixl I lint a cause ol action exists
aainst'hini, th said tleorge V. I'eihcl
isheretv reuuired to apicar at a Supc-
tior Court to be held atHiie Court llou-e
j in Salisbury on the fecoivd Monday be
I fore the Hi st Monday iu March. 18.:, and
j answer or demur to the coinplHi.it loed
th a Mivo stated attwu.
November 19th, ISJl.
W. U. WATSON. C.S.C.
R. Ler Weight, Atl'y for riaiiitiff.
. . l C :
I'Vi'sli (lardedi Sct-tls at rt-
Now For YourJewolry
ou Care to
And We Wilt
Our stock of
is one of the best in Western
North Carolina and our prices
ualecl. We buy more
ting t a n a n y one lio 1 1 se,
wl.'cn they arc- .bought
i iicv can be solfl the same
Y 6 5 V .
to fit and to please you, which
cannot be done elsewhere. - ;
We can fit the longest, short--est,
fattest or leanest main in the
county- i)ur pricesare to suit
the hard times. Overcoats are
too cheap to go cold. .
We want to reduce our stock of BOYS'
OVERCOATS, and special bargains will !o ;
siven in them. Our terms are strictly cash, and !
anyone who pays cash saves money.
Try it lv callinir on
DO NT EE .
e a obr-ro. p- - ... a
as. To - v ' a' !:, -.-. -a - .
I. r - K ..s '.. .- . X: .
I' v i he money.
' nan cheap.
i t tic work ma I:
a io !
. A in e
I i a t , ..
re sci i
Some b. . v. . i-; 'o.-..-or
tun: b '. e;- : ..r : "
ready lay r :'. . : '
..an n ! a.i tt- k : a j w .
wan k in "-t:i to nt.'v . -i
rica.s into tbi? unexpiai -d
i a i
i. A : -and
-ct iit to open tor us beoa
ja.tiKi. iver live vous .,i woiair.ui
mi'W.h, live years of n.ud work finds u
wit h the largest stock-ami the grandest
retail tiade ever built up iu the State,
It' .is all lull of encouragement to inc. I
t-allv wantTo send out to tiie ureat pub-
lie wlio have patronized us so liberally
.loite distinct idea of how I appreciate
the r idorseiiuut of so many people, but
J wt'iOs tail, jjiie is worm iivinii tor just
........ .. .'" 'P..
ft AC K Ef
Ulic Mi!j;n; smvi.-s uui- nan dsiv.u. x u- vuieiisnun; UllU UiJs.muic is iu 5'-'
day I s e .2 renter prospects ahead of us in same way. -the
prosecution of our bttsiness than I i In our Clothing stock, tlxe Chili:,
ever saw" I ef. re. And I. see something Bays' ami Youths' Sui is and -Over'- -!-
ehe. JJudnt'ss success dots not makeup ami Men's fine Suits from $1.".0U a:ai up-.,
all to be done in this world, and I have to 2o.00 wifi-go at and below cost.?
definitely settled tht tpuestion thai I shall j The great purchase of Men's Suits viH
close our retail laisimss amytiika the remain at present prices, as we t an el '""
wholesale, ro that in ease of necessity thel this entire pureha&c at wholesale, at t!!d
business can be .dosed up iUq intre ; prices w e i etail it. There has ?ver-betH .r.
reatlily. Caml.tlly. t an ou a-sign a such a stock as this ottered ia CnarluiU' -t ;
1 good common sense reason why a mat.
1 steauld work on and on, day and " niizhl,
I . . . 1. . .1 ... t. .
.utuu uie enti cuntes nu Ieiv l0 a ich'
paltry did urs w ideli he cannot u-e anil
funuot lake with hiui? I have often
thought it man couht administer in In,
own estate better than the courts or any
appointments he could xueetj and 1 these
are some of the rey.j!is yftxf we shall
tell You How.
? - t x
We take special pains
1 t '
NAPPING I- V v P.NIT VICE,
duceno nls t br.t are
ii . i
i e conCiUO
:';. jn o .0. . (. C. aJiit
Il i tiding a iLiiiti iciru to sv
Ta 'u-e scarcely pays for ll.--N'ot
a hi; less ot an as1, a.
Wu have just reer-i . d a
- . r
'OH: il-S. .It Wl ! J "IT
THAMES & EARNHARDT.
STCX.Uv "MUST - GO! !-
hf'iii at oaee to curtail the "jiea;
of the Racket. - Tiles- U .
d.-y. of i"ir r-. Vol w.rkr will be4r.-t:cr
ihua v ft .-st, for we shall si aughtci t-s!a-k
u at;! ii is cut 'out until we.cai
haadieii without the intense labor ta-
cssaty to keep it li). We expect to Ho!" .
tne nusmcss, or an intertst lieu, an a o
remain pennanentTy in Charlotte as our
home.: Its vvayi have become vei-y p'fu
ant to us and our attachments to its jV-
pie are stromr. " U
j To bemn this srreat sale we l;ave cut , ,
the prices on the follow inj; lines to co.iC.
; antl less: Our entire di ess goods stetk.
and it's one of the I unrest and best stocky "
in the routh. 1 ho entireseucK
i ci .:. ... .... ilie'-?
at tm- prices, v
! Every broken line of Shoes vnd 'n
1 . j . - . . -. . . i. -. " . 1 . I hi 1'. f:
' ciose-i a; aooui o eeiii ou inc uu."--
A! I I hrough I he em :i cU.ck any and
good-t not suited to wholesale v. ill he t-"
out at any price the goods w iu, urmg. r
, Tnis w iii be agrand time fur-met chM' t ,
wi.o waut jobs, ts we shall . c.-'ai"')
close these uoods at suine price.. 3
W. J. DAVrS &L(X,
OHA-.a.OT'K, N. C,
nwhn iMiwuie. I