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J. I RAM3EY,
Editor ad Prop.
One yc.ir in advance
TERMS STRICTLY CAS
Ti,n ti'ttrnMAN is onrari of the AJli-
.co in the 5th and 7th Congressional
an co in the
Tho VATCiniAS has .r0 per cfcnt more
ri reflation than any paper published-, m
'Falislmry. - ' V
.:dWo1 p.k stcon-l-class mall at iSall jtry, IT. C.
THURSDAY, JAN. 14, 1892.
Tiis Snb-Treaury is the h'.wV
ihWlw Alliance demands are spokes.
Aut: you going to sit still until mo
jiop-dy biod you fad, or will you
r'm?se 'yourself ?
Ti: 'ovurumcnt belongs to tho .peo-i
pic. Henco they lruld have asay os
to bow the rao-aey part is managed.
A V.uiJOTipx of 20 per cent, in the
.cotton acrea has Imb suggested.
That. is none too much andtrmy not
be enough. .
I'hk nV.stVru Ailrfr-aU came
Vf&ri Willi l Mi MiilViirru b uin
g. O. J5.
FirsriH "tnHntic oil prevaricators.
Vhjt ni wrmt to knew is what "d. o.
-".'' mfang. .
Ixi said that a son-in-law of Dr.
Koch lu. (tisnoYored the germ of la
fipt5o. H is to be hoped that it will
pan out belter than'his distinguished
' .father-in-law's famous discovery.
BAD STATE OF AFFAIRS.
. A reporter on a metropolitan paper
tettified recently that journalists were
paid to suppress news that would - be
damaging to monopoly in its various
shapes. Where is the so-called free
press of America? In tsome mouarck
ial countries the . powers that be im
prison and behead journalists who
'sneak their honest sentiments. Here
. ; ' s . .
it is different. Money answers the
The Bostou Pod shows that a num
ber of papers of that city are controlled
by a syndicate that dictates what shall
and what shall not be published. '
This. is hard to believe, but when we
se3 hew so many papers arc conducted;
how they suppress truth and smile at
wholesale robbery, keep quiet when
thr? should exert their influence
promptly and forcibly, wo are ready to
believe it a!!.
The fact that they do this is of
all consequence from a moral stand-
IUT TIILS IN VOUlt PI 113.
The Southern Alliance Farmer says
iba farmers -of Georgia oppose tho ap
prnpriatioE to the World's Fair. They
feel too poor to be taxed. Ws thiuk
they ougkk to be williag tcrf reason
able appropriation, but there ii no
need of Georgia spending $100,000 on
point, for they themselves will sufie
the consequences. But tho dinger i of
what will follow is appalling. It means
corruption h running riot and the end
will be tmble. - People , will not b?
blindedmuoh longer and then there
Many of tha ablest and mrt influ
ential papers are so conducted that
they appear to bo all right. But when
you read between the lines it phows
up. ptrhVpa not many of the North
Carolina p-pr are under this influ
ence knowingly, bnt 96me of thein un
C'.''.,jSiio!jly, .perhaps follow the foot
steps of others.
Ths m)ncy and iyfiuence that con
trol iheso papers cornea ?o nic, so
quietiv tJiat scarcolt
ot H 'iimi xuey era ru
clutches. Thus it is that the terra
"subs; Jizod" can be . j stly applied to
o many newspapers. Bnt don't nn
derstsnd us -to mean that all papers are
inndef bad influence. 8otse of thorn
beliere what they preacli bbcacte thy
hava bea tanght that ii is right. . The
right way is to read reform papers and
anyone is aware
We loam that Mecklenburg county
has adopted thsWATcnK ay usitsorgan.
We aro proud of thii endorsoaientJ
Tho descendants of tho first signer of
tho Declaration of Indepeadance are
Viiipa off the old blocks." We rise sim
ply to express our thanha. Further
nnnoencements will be madj later.
- SENATOR PLUHB'8 8TJ0CESg0H.
Ths goyemor of Kansas has d;sre
garid the'request of the Alliance in
thRt Ktats to conYae th-9 legislature
ho as to elect Plumb's succeso"r in that
Ex-CorjgrMman Perkins, the man
appointed, was a fnamber of iha "Bil
lion Dollar Congress" and was de
feated last year,. As a reward th? gov
ernor has appointed him when the peo--ple
went to the polls in 1800 and said
jthy wanted him to stay at-home.
The people's wishes ara not to l re
lgarded it seems. ,
v We have had sorao casa of thifl kind
down this war, bnt we don't behove
tho people are going to submit to ranch
more of it." The proper thing now is
for the people of Kansas to unseat both
Perkins and the governor this fall.
EA&1LE DISCLAIMED YET ?
Bro. Dowd, rf tk Mecklenburg
TimeS) which nieed such a racket
racket aboat the Third party sm
weeks ago, says he has already dis
ciiaiu'.ed the eibtence of it. We bar?
no recollection of any "discUiraor," but
but th Times Eays it hfi "betn did,"
so we gi-ss the Third party beom is
over. Like fell booms th bottom hai!
fallen oat. Wa hope ih Times will
not havo the nightmare tud snakes
and other varmints any more. It is
certain that ii a Third party vraji in
exiiftnce itjwould have a stormy liio
forr the. Tincs end Stit6 . Chronicle
weuld both bo on. it with thair big
feet. Neither of them would know
ganuino Jfffersonian Democracy if
fher were to meet it in the road.
WHY IS THIS FARMER PCOREHT
, The Siatc Chronicle aprrees wn gjye a
year's subscription to that paper free
to the peiron sending-. tho best reason
for the poverty of tho farmers.
It is amusing to read the answers
and shows that the ford killer has a
big job befcro him this year. 8oreo
fow hava sent rcry good answers.
Briefly they are about zn follows: "He
failed to raise supplies;"" "tHe railroads
aro the cause;" '"he is too extrava
gant;" "he neglects his business;"
went io town soo orien; "he is a
ddfoul;" "all of them are fool;"
uthey drink too much whisky;" they
attend to othrr people's bt)3iness and
neglect their own," etc., etel
Now, to the average fool these an
swers soiid smart. But to the man
who is not a fool, tha tean rrho fcninka,
all this Boards like the chattering cf
Plain Facts anJ Sharp, Plthj Sayings
from Sefarra Papers
Congress should take the Bhylock
bull by the horns and break its neck
bv government loans direct to the peo
ple. Big Springs (Texas) Xeirs: The
fact that money can be loaned at 20
per cent, is evidence that there is not
enough in circulation.
Nashville (Tenn.) Toiler : A country
was never hurt with an over supply of
,'moner. ine nurt always comes irom
contraction or discrimination.
St Louis (Mo.) Monitor; How long
will it take you Alliance brethren to
make up your mind that yon can af
ford to Vote for your interest?
MidakoH (Tes.) Enterprise: There
should be a law making it felony for
bankers to fail to report every dollar
placed on deposit in their banks.
Na3hville (Teen.) Toiler: The Alli
ance does not blush when it claims the
credit of having buried dead issues. It
rather smiles with self laudation.
Albany (Tex.) Newspaper: The
man who cannot give an intplligeni
reason for voting for men or measures,
should not be allowed the righ-of suf
frage. Abilene (Tex.) Sentinel: The farm
ers should see to it that political fences
be constructed of barb-wire in 1802 in
order that we may have no political
Prescot (Ark.) Tribune: There is
not one well denned principle on which
either of the two old parties uru united,
and no mail wili dare to undertake to
Jefferson (Tx.) Jimplecule: Ten
tbou?and asses in Texas are now using
their jaw bones in trying to kill the Al
liance but they cn't do what Sampson
did with only one.
Cisco (Tex.) Juvind-Up: Ths scalp
law appear? to be to West Texas what
tho pension is to the resident of the
wooden nutmeg states ths fattest
thing in the laud.
J3t. Louis (Mo.) Monitor: Monev
is a creature of law and law is a creatnrs
cf tho people; so metal ha nothing to
do with good money ay rnoro than it
has to do with law.
K. of L. Journal: The poor man
ha two articles that the capitalist
want, and thov nra the profits of his
labor and his vote. If vou give him
your vote he will get the other.
Nonteztcna Record: Because a man
refuses to bow to the bosses of the
party he is called a traitor. Any mrm
who intimates that the editor of this
proper Ha traitor, is a gilt edged liar.
Winfield ( Kans.) Free Press : There
is no fight between city and country
toilers. The f'ght is between united
labor and spscnlators, usurers, lrus-3
and combines. Lot labor unite in the
Fort Worth (Tex.) Musi rial Edu
cator: In the last congress there were
120 bankers, G9 lawyers, 14 merchants.
lo manufacturers, seren doctor?, four
mp.jhnnics and not a singlo real practi
cal farmer or laborer.
Gorman's Boom Alliance Resolutions
The Chances For Free Silver
Will Chill Apolejrlze Other Xetes.
Correapciraenca or tb Wtr&nn.
Washington, Jan. 11, -1S92. The
Damoa and Pythias arrangement be
tween Senators Hill and Gorman, which
began 'with the swearing in of the
former, and which promises to become
permanent, is furnishing food for
thought to those who are studying the
currents of national politics. H re
quires no special shrewdness to predict
that this intimacy Todes no good to
the political fortunes of Mr. Cleveland,
although the fact has been reiterated
with great persistency in certain quar
ters that Mr. Gorman was in f.ivor of
In disenssiug the constitutionality
of the sub-treasury plan an opposition
paper makes use of the following ex
traordinary legal statement:
uFirst we regard it as unconstitu
tional, because the constitution no
where authorizes such a thing. Now
just hpre it is proper to state that
some hare insisted that wc should
point out that part of the constitution
that'the scheme comes in conflict with.
We beg to remind such, thnt a thing
doesn't require to be forbidden by the
Federal constitution in order to be un
constitutional; it is only required that
it cannot be found in th"e constitution."
If this be true nine-tenths of the
laws on the utatute books are void.
Are rivers and harbors mentioned in
thft rrmstitnrinn? Are subsidies to
railroads and steamships found?
r rr i i i r V i "
, , j .- m i j j. j Dues it say anvlnmg about the JNiea
ments toward Mr. Cleveland were too n J , - .
well known here for any such state
ment to obtain many believers. It is
believed that the astute Maryland Sen
ator thinks that "Gorman'' would
sound well at the head of the demo
cratic ticket,. "'and if he can bring Sen
ator Hill arvurid to tne snvr.n way ot
once assume f
rauza Canal, pensions to civilians
national expositions, national banks,
the purchase of silver, irrigation,
geological survey, or expeditions to the
north pole? Where in this sacred
instrument is found mention of the
force bill, demonetization of silver,
!AJ till? Mi.ll.1 VTHV Ut i i-i I
,- 1t t warehousing whisky, loaning money
Gorman boom will r.t i . .. , , , , . 0 tv, ri.
i ii io tne rai roads and fairs.-' ihe tact is
trm?uable propor? jo;?. . , . .. .v i.
. . r, ' 1 , ,. t near.v all egis ation is at tiio present
what is not found in
but it3 implied, powers.
s the trouble.
,' . . i. , . itimfi onsen unon
inferences ir-ive been held here curing! tU i.-. i
last K Uiiis. lii.utcini tt :i-
- J , . , , , Herein he
icrenco ot Dtate presinents adoti
memorial to Congress setting forth the
unsatisfactory conrlitioii3 of tho agri
cultural interests of the country an-i
asking for remedial legislation, And
asking that menry be hhun directly
to t:n- peonie at a low rae oi rsitf r.?t,
1 the i
and th:.l silver bo given
comago r;g:u?- pc?3-isc-u uy
r-soSiition r2'i!."o r..do)lca l present
the Ocala dei;mnd3 to the national
conventior!? of the ropublicaTf, - iloo-
cratic and people's parties,, and to care
fulh.rofraiii from comtnilting tho Al- - , ao.rcu rfi,
liac to tho support of anv of then. s;;Ci. ion will be uied oy r
As soon as the legislative' commilieo, , i'r80'r 1 while we m
Wh ,Vnnw in SPinn horn. Anou)r tte the lessor
which is cow m session here, ucciars
on tlie prof-rramme a number of Alli
ance bills will be introduced in Cmii-
There is a great big disappoint men L
or somebody . concealed fomowhere
about tb9 much discussed silver qucn-
tion. jjiither wiumiiy or jrnm igno
rance Borne prominent mca are mis
stating the situation. Not bci.ig fipff
ed with prophecy your correspoutictit
will not attempt to say which of those
who hare roads statements ara wron
but it is evident that pome
are. Representative Springer, who
occupies the position UMirdly fiiiu by
the leader of. the majority of the Hou1,
rays in ihe most positive language that
no free coinage bill will' be pa.-ssd at
"this session of Congress, and that no
amendment to the present silver law
will be adopted. On the other hand
the National Silver Executive commit
tee, which has just issued ar address to
the country and to Congress in favor
of free cci?i2ei say that the passage of
the tree coinaiivJ bnl at this session
an assured fact. Senators Mitchell, of
Oregon, and VYolcott, of Colorado, both
republicans and both fre s-iivor men,
express the belief tii:i tne notice wii
pass a lv?q coinage bill and tnpy r-o
both certain that it will pass the Sen-
Tributo of Itcpcct.
Lkxoir, N. C, Jan. 2, 1S02
Mr. Editor: At a Tegular meeting
of tho Lenoir Farmers Sub-Alliance
the ftdlowing resolutions were passed:
S nee God iu his allwise providence
has remQved oar brother, Dr. It. -L.
B?all, frjjthi our midst,
Rrsolrcd. That the Lenoir Sub-Al-
li.tn.ee h--3 iosf, in Bro. Beall an e(5-
. I v i
CT-ni uicm .r, whose counsel, help ana
sson of his
iste ana death to our hearts, and try to
emulate the virtues that udorned his
life, and endeared him to all who knew
Resolved, Thaf we tender to his fara-
ilv our uf -.'j;cst svmp tihy in this tiieir
eirt Di reavement.
Itfis!vedy That a cop? of these res
olutions be placed in ihe reoordg of
this Alliance, tint a cop be sent to
the family, and r.b.o to the Salisbury
Watch stan1 tot publication.
.1'. C. Stixson, ) p
G. M. Goforth, )
A. V. Millkh. Secy.
Hickory Mercury jIcsg copy.
GuHsie: "Don't you think 'The
Man Without, a Country,' u just as
sad as it can be?"'
Tessic: "Ye-es, it's very sad in
deed. But 1 think the country with
out a man would be a. good deai saddar,
dun't vou?" Boston Post.
General :: Directory.
Clerk eaporior Court, W Q Watson.
PherliT, an M Monroe)
Itcglster of Vttds. II N Woo5son.
Treasurer, J Sam'l McCubbins. -Surveyor,
B C Arey.
Coroner, D A Atwcll.
Coraralsslcners, W IjKlutta, chalrmaa,
t I, W Coleman, Comellua Keetler, J
A Stewart aud I F P?"?"0"-,
Sup't Public School. It O Klzer.
gup't ot Health, Dr J J 8uromere!l.
Overseer of Poor, A M Brown.
Mayor, TC Iina
Clerk, D K Julian.
Treasurer, I H Fcust.
Police, O II Shaver chief, J F Puce, C
W Pool, P. M Barringor.
Commissioners North ward, CF At
wcll, D M Miller; SoQtb ward, DR Julian,
N B McCanless; East ward, T A Conf;h
enour, Jno Moyle; Weet ward,R J Hol
moa, H T Traathain. . "
CHURCHES. , (
Methodist Service every Sunday fit
11 a in and 6j p m. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday at 6J p m. RevT)r.
W II Ivcith pastor,
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
ntg o'clock. J W Manney, sup't.
Preshvterlan Services every Snnday
at 11 a m r,nd 8:30 p m. Prayer meeting
evry Wednesday at 8:80 p in. Rov J
Rumple, V 1J, pastor
Sunday school every Sunday afternoon
at 4 p m.- J Uumplo, eup't,
Lutheran Services every Snnday at ll
a ra and 7 pm. rrayer meeung every
i Vednesday at 7 p m. Hev Chas B King,
Hupday scnool every runay aicrnoon
at 3 pm, R G Kizer, eup t.
F.nisconal Servlcea every Sunday at lPi
a m and 6:30 p m and wetmesuay at o:oo
p m. Rev F J Murdoch, rector.
Sunday scnooi every eunaay aivernouu
at 3 p ra. -, supt. j
"Eaptfst Services every Sunday morn
ing and night. . Prayormoeting every
Wednesday night. Rev N S Jones,
Sunday school overy Sunday nl Qji e.n4
N S Jones, sup't.
Catholic Services every third Sunday
at lOi a ,m aud 7J p tn. Rev Father
Joseph, pastor. ' .
Sunday school every Suuday at 10 a
Y M C A Dovotioual eervlcp at Hall
ovfrv Sundav at 4:30 n m.Busioga meet
ing first Thursday night In every motitb.
I H Foust, prea'V
Fulton Lodge No 99 A 7 A AM , moeta
n J ill.J T!S 3 tl. . I V
every ursi anu iniru r rrnny nigxinu cocn
mouth. E B Noave, W M.
Salisbury Lodge, No 21, K of P, ineot
every Tuesday iognt. A ii Boy den, U C
' Salisbury Idi;e, No 775, K of II, meets
every 1st and 3d .Monday mght in each
inonth. C T Bernhardt, "Dictator.
Salisbury Council, No S72, Royal Ar
canum, meets cyery 2d aud 4th Monday
night in each month. R O Kizer
- . Fresh Garden Seen.; r- .
dtiectl prices. . ' !
Clover and Grass Sce i
tlio lowest prices at Emmy )r
READ THIS !
Bo euro and call fora!
of 3 Cures. - It liny lievorfa!;
to ..euro Dvspopsia;- In dip -t, ,
and Sick faeaoacho. I cyri.
Vou . first-class-. reference? in 5:
I slrtiry to pro vo i ts meri t r .
sale by -
BE IN TIME;
Dont wait till you get fitk to c.
bottlo of Eualsa Diarrhea pH '
oome and have U ready. ItwilSr.v,--.
adcctofbill and probably your ro '
la epewly euro for Diarrhoea, Ti jr, -mor
and Bowel complaiists.
faile to cure vl eaicea to time, i
J'"-.' J. H. ENNI6S.
7 fel2tr .
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TO BEIFOUND IK Ti
I Buy in Iare Qnanti
AB EXPLANATION ITSEBSD.
Durinfif 1891 a large numbeT of banks
f aikd. Most of them wero located in
SouiWa &4 Wwtarn Btea. 1
aouts ihtA tkey wvro affwiod by Uia
fegrioulturl dtprossioo. - Yet for two
ysars immense . crops of grain and
other cereals fcaye been raised in tha
West. in the. South tho largest crop
of cotton over raised was prodaccd in
1S00. Following thes big crops
both Sou t!i and West catae the nu
merous bank and business failures. It
14 clear that tho more our fanners
raise tho poorer they get and tha more
fUur th country has. Tet there is
a lot of popld who Und ofl and aay,
"the farraftrs don't wwkt they r idle
And thriftlfsi." Will .sonwbod? ex
plain why it is thus? Doc-a it not
loci: Hku bad ftdviceEtoflvo (or ihe
farmers to wrk harder when they get
monkeys. Of course every answer twi
apply tc 8(;me person, bnt in a general
way lliftj won't do. j
Some farmer are extravagant, but
more t:an ninf-tenths cl them are far
more economical than town people.
Some of thsra drink too mnch, bnt we (
know bue'ness and rrufersional men I
in towns who each drink as much as
a whole township of farmers. Some
neglect their business and go to town
too cinch, but it is a.facfe that there is
more etuf? made than can be aola.
torn, whsar-, meat, cotton, cattle, ta
bneca, efsrything is piled all ever tha
country. So tha raan who savs th-;
OiSco hours from 7:30 a m to 0.30 p m.
Money order hours 9 a 1 to 6 p m,
Sunday bonrs 13:15 a tn to 1:00 p m
J II Ramsay, P M.
rect from Habufnct urci;
v and-7lll Glva Lot
Pricco. .Write ftrCatalQasG em ra
GOODS ESOKATIGEB IF ?
E. M. ANDRE V :
Te.ras Fartrx and Ranch: Ths only
way to reform politics is to vote for
good men for ollice. It is a wa"te ol
time and effort to try r.ny other method.
This is r.ot the opinion of most poli
tician, bnt it is true.
Mor; tgomery ( Al a. ) Allktr.ce Herald:
Why send a lalo of cotton to Europe
to havo it converted into cloth and re
turned for use? Why not make the
South the cotton manufacturing as
well a? tho cotton producing section of
Ccrsieana (Tex.) Truth: The East
is the selfish end of the United States.
They have laid tribute on the South
and West so long that they think thoe
seetjom belong to them. The demo
crats and republicans work together for
Vermillion (S. D.) Plain Talk:
There will be no free silver bill passed
at this session of congress. It wouid!
country have been trying for yer3 to
1 he only
ori naTnruons ro nomneriirip. s-'r-erss in
farmers hare not worked ddihtrztely 1 n2. Tho mnnev aharlrk nf Wull Vr!.
worse off and cause more l;arStV8rJi5truaieatalin nuttinz on foot gain the
v.ettry iw raoitiMy. ami; rpoe.'ipn.
on tiiy n'ke Xis.&ir -
You can find farmers who are guilty
of all the things charged tgsinst tbem,
but in proportion to enmbers yon will
ad aa rnlny nifirchants, lawyers, poli-
ticiaas and mechanics who are not
any whsre near the top cf the ladder.
Manv of tb?ra do not rr.sh their bus-
ines3. "So this everhistin rong absat
the farmers is filly, end every bsdy
should stop it and cso common pense
ia aoling tha problem.
J. R. Allsn, the cripnator and foun
der of the Farmem' Alliance, was bcrn
in Tennessee in 1832. His parents r
rnovfc j to Missotiri ia 1834, ad from
ther to Tsrsa ia 1841. Ht vraa left
a orphan when elvn y?ars oli and
ndttrttd csny hrrdhip in his yocth.
Ho settled pit ft fares in Lampasas
county, Teras, m IfSil. lieir.g a man
uf broad views, and wid awake, and
seeing the condition ths laboring
classes were ia by the cpression of mo
flopoly, he conceived ths idea of form-in-?
the citizens of his country into an
Alliance for mutual protection. Sep
tcniDerlSTS, he called the citizens to
gether and organized the first Farmers'
Alliance ia the United Statas, naming
it, th Pleasant Taller Alliance, No. 1.
he declaration of principles and the
constitution being materially the same
a that of the order to-day. J. K Al
len aew livei' oa the place where the
tirst Aliianeo wca organized, an old
man bent with age, his few locks white
as cotton ji'nd & sufferer with pinal
auctions and rheuniatism. May he
live to set1 the order which ho was in-
would -refuse to contributo monev to
the campaign fund.
Southern Mercury: Would von
think a country where one-twentieth
fret lerai protection irom LoniT-s.-,
aud atliint th?re seems to b.e a f.iir!
prosj-ect for success. Under tho pros
ent iar tho pjan who willfully iind
knovrini'lv infringea the successful
nntnnt. a?irithr rntmni ha m-rii!
for tho thcjEt, for such it is.
redr?ss of the inventor is to bring a suit
for damages, and in nearly all of such
ease?, -srhen t.ha jiid,Ttie:!t is iven. it is -
found that( the rogne has no visible
property to .satisfy it. The Houe
committee on patents will probably
Si'On report an ime:idmer;f to
ami - WiSP cAL- 5--. -
A cream of tartar bakiac: powder.
Highest of all in leavening "strength.
j Latest t". S. Government Food Report.
ateiit laws, making ,t a criminal of- NAPiA M Q 13110 KYPhTlOP 1U1 Cvlll t() ir lK M il 0i'Hl?H:
use to kt;owing!y infringe h r-t en 1. 1 11 V1 ViHiallliiUvU JLi AUUUUSU ' ' -
ie:i the icv'nes can be jailed. " i n.Jio'fi : tA PI 7177 JX 1 i ' . ' 11 1 1 .. i
Th.0!.iI,,b-..waer,i..tprrW " m, yy Q OnHr MIS entn'O Wfi SPif t'i
in as rapidly toHrcs a sat!sfttto
end as the administration cVsire.--. A
gentleman who is in a pcitioa to Owned and controlled bv AlliaDcemnn
pe.-ks s;-vs i : tb.e for handling produce,
know whereof h
can Hidh c ail t!:
men she wants, alio c:in hrt'ng halt r
her population if she dpsir..-, y?l she
will be far from satisfying the de-m.-iiuls
of the United Statc.-i. gh? m;iv
h -Id trials from now no til dooms dny
and ke'tt h?r t-.Teeutj.:r;'r.- l-iisy d.-.v
COTTON A SPECIALTY.
Don't sell before writing for par
J J. ROGERS, Mgr.
P.O. Box 212.
M. S. BROWN has
! of . one per cent, of the population ' and night, but n
conctition ot tnis
,iHt ooo! "-' t, .-,he
own three-Kfihs of all the property eminent, tb;
(inc'iKiing money) cou;i X
ou3? mat l? th
Topeltr. (Kan.) Aineriron Bwjrr av.d
Seller: Th? American .seller, on
American ships, under the American
2ag, should be permitted to enter every
port in the civilized world, where man
or bast can be fouad to consume
Helton (Tcr.) Reporter: Do r.ot
blame Vs 3 poor farmer for endeavoring
to understand the difficulties that besot
hie pathway and trying to find cut the
sorest and safest method of rsrrrr.
tlf-n. l.f".'. iv vi,lM: - t
sat ;sfy this govern rum r :i
in' tf ur;-l?r4'?: Irj hurr.
0 0 rei..,!?".
t rv ir.: r.
low ForYonr Jaweir
:uiiKirg ;:m an.oio-y, nut siie vtn
tnat it will not work,'
The democratic majoiity in h
Floure is suffering because of tho hick
of a recognized lender on the floor f
oe ii;ue. ine neo. is luuv rocog-!
nized, but there is a wid diversity ofJe
opinion as to the remedy. It m-.w he!
ttsat Speaker Crisp, who" rs,id'y if-;pric .
covering, will be abl? to ,-v ,1'
: ic-lrct ct-x-k ofV;tk-!iv-.T,('.'i..(dcs,
! SIWt rp'r.v ' i- JHl nil l-!r.' rC f!no
L ... GOO
fit the lowost
s no truth in Ih.? -:,: ; A' vr;
Can a democratic- farmer do thi5 and ! concermi'g Mr. hvnt . ;- :
still be a cood democrat? t tJc 13 (la?i7 attendir-.g-to !.-r-..,-,, f- -
m k ' T. i
it would i;e imi
Montezuma Record: Coaxing fsr- was not in nfod condition, v-cr-'ni'v
men and laboring men to "keep out land nhvr.icallV, to handle ' " ' i
lit ?Uik.:C3 IS MlUlOiJ 1 BniOOin Ti'ST or
informing them that they ought to let
the "ether fellows" run the goTernment
their own way, no matter
down upon them
The London Spectator telh of a '
clergyman who whs cMressirif hi '
u . '-", . ic i Kirca sur. ft. o-ran ho mi,4 , .....
vno bcrews or oppression are Drought .tT ' ' . Vu Vi STOCi; F l;IAMONl).
01" ANY IIOT'SK IV -n!Tir
epitome r the nfa of bt. CAROLINA? SKLKCTfON VAVK
iapg some oi yon are too SENT ON APPLICATION". WEKnyp
young to understand what the word NO IMITATION STONE3-IN-"
! ;Tr'Tf pwco ". r '.
'l 'I propose to give, you on t
I occasion an Epitome f the lifu of
1 1-11 1 1 1 1'rhl.ria Ri-.T-no f
, . . .
AX explosion occurred in a coal
mins near McAllister, III., on January
7th, in which two hnndred mca are
rennrti tn hr.vr. Lean VIIl.l Tl.
r- ,. I m::Lctb boyne&badger
cnerus anu uanans. story. ! DIAMOND DEALERS,
' aa" i CwaLO'TE j r
epitome means. 'Epitome,' children,!
13. in ita signification, synonymous
-..It I. M Tf . ... I
nun .Hyncpis. rinv:n niitrlf t;?
1ntow is tho time for tho poaplo to
Clothing. Cotton 13 Icrv? Cldthis Sho:
jiiats lower. Como at once andbo fitted '
BduMtiily are picked over j - -'C
- country merchants can fill up thoir 'f
vith cheaper goods than ever beibre. ' :
to this. . .: . . !
LEE S. OVERMAN