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nT. U RAIJEX. ?ilor and Prop
:v ,ur ju advance . "?
a'Iic vvatcu man ;a organ pfthe Alli
:e iu trie oiii 4iiMi 7iu Uuugressioua!
. tricts. 3 - ' - ;
jT.tc Watch mam Iihm 5Q per cent more
.eircuiatioii lhiv any paper published n
,S i.siuiry. ,
.Mven! I e9!i IriUas mall Salisbury, N. C.
I UUK8DAV. NOV. 24, iyJ2.
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WS a artlcl headed Facts
--'ir: T reitl fi,Ctf 4,reJli"t
ara fne i9ir.ge fit idiver ,a:u
,lf of V.
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It is uoyy in orIt r for our Nationa.
" : ! Nrs to put on their thinkin;.
v p anjd pieparA-d to Jo soinethinj.
for the people, for they arefleedinj? re
lief badly. ' .
.fce :iime 1ms coinejfr the Alliance
. jr., I,, rtl.n ;ifain. It lias ;ab
. uik .-fr.vevu campaigns, for during
campaigns our members re so divMeu
i :iy Lh it they make" but little
yV I ever the yreat people want tt)
hvt rid ol an enemy they have him ar
rested for an anarchist," and all the
u:j V!Ura the man is a monster and
-l .Mtl the act. IiL Olber dys all
was to d " auiai.
. .i a beret ie and the dungeon
,.. die balance. The people
r ai.phuid barbarism.
sit - T i.fe insruiee in the
' I he New York Post, is tin
vim,: iK-lin .tion of women to take
a , rent policies that they maj
com.' to fall back umu whenl
. '-ti.es thi-m. This it seem
. iii most women who insure
fi . -nsioiia iv one: i tn m
!nr Jiie tor rite benefit of heirs
i - - fr.u ine is rare anioiij;
e toirpelled to work fi
i. v'nii. Xot niviiv ves.rsagoa women
.. . V- t. :nr insurance uoitev was
'oe unu.irilv progressive,'1
. i -
x:Ua - limy carry at iieav
.) i iiii? much comment.
AliI'va lieiress, Miss
. !:i..k'n'ci), jl s her life insured
,5 ' y and the-wife of prcurii-
t-iii'.iiice man pays pre.
otc i , ) '
!nSiov of 350,000.
f ne N York Times maintains that
-.-A ure is the most profitable in-
x.st"iiee. Thesiiyer mines
now getting a dollar's wortlr
,i v r, as me '.red by common
); stan latd, for seventeen cents,
" not more 'profit aide than a good
f.i.ui v-ll m'tute.l. Taking the
present prices of all farm products'-aud
the cist of the;ni, the proUt q-Hte as I
its those of the richest mines, but, I
v :, ;t. every dollar taken from these is
-r; ' i g d.-pOS
it. th f irm is inexhau-
.... . r;t ma n lTd i
or.,ti:,a l-m.sthe world exists in
- . - .
tji nrpvL.u. Irt-'m. ami aftHr that time
" -i . i
Jias elapsed there will be no farms
r .. . .. a "a
required, nucas me mine is maae io
. pay .mly the inot suiurui worKirgi
AX'JitE'S W AY.0F MANURING.
In many things man -improves up -
oan itine. It is one of the special
..li imeiiiaMP H.;.t. divtmonifib bin.
from br..l. creatiun, th..t Ulir th.
they be can use natural forces and
b-Mjd t hem to serve his purpose. The
beaver does this when he builds a dam,
makl.g Uief poud or lake in the brook
which tie needs to insure the safety of
bu habitation, uut man uses nature
u , Miure
'beaver. So to
ms and so- does
to an almost infiuitelyrreater
t'uiti is possible to the
$ y that luture does thus
... . i
irt necis-ariiy mean that man
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.t.f.j. iifiiuiE iiiiiiu.i tin iii :inn
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fin in ii. iv ui i'laln. up ni
aarjlals that are obliged to trust to
nature havea hard time of it m winter.
Some.of them, indeed, Vare. forced to
Kj.v....m u r,r..v..U.w. in ai,.
-""- j.i.n I'lbiivt- w' biirmKI Co,
;.n.H;..ii i . . ,
inttanct teaching thenj to store food
irH)ut time of need.
Nature, however, enn always give lis
yaluabJe hints, aii bjr studying these
we ltwrn bow lo improve on H.r
Whoa. In the matter of planing
. . . . "
f nd TtaaauniiR especially should, we
j U..c. : c
Tt)4 ureno important that most
likely hifcHre's way js often the best
fir as near the best as unassisted nature
xan do. Nature always manures on
- fo-feriCQ.' 13 tit if nature has unob
'ructed course in forests she showers
leaves over the droppings of wild ani
faalf. Ou u eu plains nat ui e grouM
bys-i;umv,niM experts, so- the kJUterowil Fimmi. T) democrat, speak in :,r ofa hew machii.e.
fim mitt be worked in thesame.wav . r, .' ior this purpose, says it picks -at- llu
i , ' 1.. , , A recent Chicagfo bride wore a prown tate of a bale in two hours -lod tl.U
of iteaimot be made as printable as it. costin 4 70( No bub- 'd id" rbdo'i t , , lwt. . -md tins
r . tosuu -t,iwvF. ito, nut, a aa ciHiii I ls everybody knows, is prettv well a
"-y " " make the money workin-.in a coal ,veek"svo. k foiMhe averar:,f;1nu harid
rass as a mulch, ami this : also fall?
sholt, not. j u-t on the surfacn, but
ittle way le!or it, natnre will , alway
put the most and beft plain fotxl if sh
j-an hati her way.
, There is Idom'by: n itural mthdo
lireappliciti5 i)f man ire pjr ncn
Ouly as much as ran live n the natur
priMluctofth,; Jai.d cmi drop tlhv
.nanure on it. as a rule. Now, n
narket gardener v.o.ild think of uiuui
i n ff as little and often us-nature
His work-is. perhaps the gr atest d
arture from natural uielhinisof-X'ult
ration, and it rq lirea correspond in..
tepartureirom nature's way of mai.u
The market gardener, often use.
so much manure .t world be in th
way if all on he surface, especially i
;t is coarse, strawy manu e ir o it
entirely proper. for him tebury;i; and
provide conditions uudei which naiio.
may fit it for plant-food.
There is thus a 'natural, reasonabi
law underlying most f irm qjieratlon
Theorists may laugh at the fartne: and
advise him a.s to Battue's way, but if In
; a thoughtfull. farmer be may; well
reply that he- has. already modifitd
natute so much that he must feed.
modifyed natural methods still more ii
order to prevent his work. Ofie; that
communion; with nature and the stti
of animals, plants, trees, flowrrs ant
fruits teaclics a wiser philosophy tlua
t s no- bl otherwise to gain. Aitteri
can Cultivator, .
PUT. THIS IN VOUlt PIPJ3.
I'laln Facts nnI Sharp, PI t h jr Si.ying:
frouL llcfonu Tapers.
orCrespondence tt Walcliman.
If aH the trusts w.niid bust, the indi
vidual would have a" ctiauce
Duty bids everv -reformer to con-
tm. i- ins bfst ettorts. for right and
justice must prevail? Southern: At
To the eastern press- Do you think
i proouuie inai, iihm v.er isstie win ot-
lied down in the next national coii
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veuiionr vv an ana ee 1L urow. io-
iva Fanner a Tribune.
Milwaukee leer seems to have beei
ut mile afflict iil bv the great tire, ii
the destruction coujd have l)een con
lined to :tlie brnwerifs onlv it wouh
iiave beeii'betfer for the pubic and jui
as well lorlilwaukee. Boston True
eler. . " .....
A man s! ould never be ashauT d to
o va that he has Ix-en in the wrong
which is hut Jsnyiny, in oilier words,
that he is wiser th. n he was eteu!uv.
It is stated that right here in San
Antonio, fcotne of the candiibitrs oeiii
?57,00() or $8,0t0 to cbtain office.
What does this m an ? Think aU u
it a bit. Texas Truth.
Congestion of .money in the
lepletiou in the south ond west.
Nearlv $700,000,000 of surplus in th;
New York t) inks hogging for borrowers
at 2 er cent, premium, while out here
men are begging for money - at - 3 pt i
cent, a month. l' loner Exhowext.
Now. breatheru of the quill, there is
no excuse .for not reinstating t ruth
the keystone of the editoral arch. I
may be diffivult for some of you. after
laSt thaee monl hs, but it ot.ght to
I I.., .17: T...1 i
& i mi t . i iiiiiii i k - inn i.uu i I i i
f . ;. J 1
9l?s uw Mnui"- u:uu.r 10 .' V
I. " " -s n Linriioiiiii Wll 111. AlO'C.
I di....ii. ..f a.. : t i. th- i 1 .
tirlin ii-uiilQ .in . v r u io j . i-i 1 . . . . . . . I
it icuiy ni watei m inhe rtilClllgall UUt
ttj don t make the drouth striken
I x. :. a ; i . ti .
u.H,,t ip c.op... ooiue people-
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in i tic il ir ur x i ii, v nr n n ii. inav..
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It raisillir WliPat or Pi.rn - Moi , :,i
k i' . . " " V"-41"
i iii nil in iii' iir Kiiiiifi! iiisii. I'.iriii i lori
le Ju V" , ,
1 "rm.-. incayo luee l ruaer.
M i-s Riavely published that Austrian
.VMii'iii ii ii vi run fin in fi ri a ....r I .. . . i
workmen are studying the ''. Uiissiai'il'Mwlll,,c" a Petal torn. Sotm
i nujiaia ni iissiBi, auumi leviMllllOn Ml tllf
autocrat s dominion. The heroism
feature of tins century .nppears to be
suffrin from under 'consumption" at
home, and lIdImadoI:baroil(7--lVi
t tonal Economist.
Bol) nB,?rsol, r,,porte(1 to have
I believe in protecting 'what
are called infant ' industries, but, after
the?e infants' get to be six feet hi"b
I . . C
V TTC4I aiu MQois.n, isuuoui liin-
j I w 0kW ' ov.vo'ri 'e tiauie, epeciailV !
l r r crtii ri. o , . . i - . . . i -
cmdTe; especially i;
if f.i. ot,... ..1.:....
the iiitant tells-you if y
i . i ...
n h. a l i i 11 i .
" i uc ui lci, oui, ua iue crauie ana kick
your head oft" National Watchman,
governments make all money. Then
why should not our irovernmei.t L-m.
I ii i "
ine circuiaiion up to the amount sum-
pipnt lo .uM14 ? Z l a..
Al I . . ... I
in motion. Garlield s - id, 4'whoe,vei
.v . vivi; ui 7i ui iiiuuauv
controls the moiiev it a rountrv con-
Ms all industry and commerce,"' I.
,s h,Sh me tor the piople to speak
J ,hitt il CilD 1 !
aersto d 4hat more mouey is ueided
and to say,, to parties, you are noi
i wanted unless you heed this call. iiV
The German Emperor has'amazetl Eu
rope by an order forbidiug public pray
ermeeti ngs for prayer foe the abati ment
ofciiolera, upon theground that 4,aucb
practices breed a- superstitiouii je!iance
upon Providence and a consequent neg
lect of praclicat human measures.'
Sad News. .
It apeai-s that, after all, Claude F
.Vilsoiijbe vbungetlitor of the WiUoi
Admuce, has really Oetl-r .w
,aps tr..zy. It is sai t he wrote th.
,oiice, purp.rlingto J e from G f.deon
, ,nd, which he ptibiisM' He lef
Miiulav, October 30, at B' a. m. Q.
is table was a letter to hv sweet hear
itid a letter to be from the Gideonites
.yingtlrt he had been made wa
vitli. He app-ars tu havf gone N on 1.
t was last siren at" W.ldoil tilluda
i'ternoon, O. t) oer 30. .He was -right
young man, only 24, and veiy
,n! w His mo; her is nearry-craz g
bis strange conduct. 2trfolk
?orrearon3ence or W..tcLman.
; Wheat, is showing up well thioug!
Mis sert isn since t he .recent liiins, nn
.lost of the farmers are through stw
itr Within the i est two wef-ks cot-
ton will all be gathered. The crop is
nnt a iood as it was thought to be
some time ago, but will be larger than
...s made last year.
Some of our boys have gone hunting
i real earnest -in'c the bird law expn
d.. , Mr, Jk W.i Long tHtnd homv
rom Oxford last. Thursday where In
vent with a little child of Mrs. Luck
y to the" Asylum. -
Messrs. Henry Ftidy and Wm.Smitl
eft Saturday by private i-onvevauce foi
Stanlv county, where they will spend
several days vi.-iting relatives.
Mr. Will Harvill moved to Charlotte
last weekwhere he has accepted a posif
ion as bra'keiijan un the luchujuud &'
Pan villt) ''railroad. - I .
Mrs, N". Li Carter lias moTed to Da
vidson College her future homv.
The Txas fever seems to- hav
.truck t hi commtuiitv recently. Mi
4. W. Smith left hist Week for th.
Ume' S'tjir 'State to better ; jf possibii
his lot in life.' y - ' '
Scl oof will commence in" our dis
trict in a few wee ks. We are glad t
-ee the people taking more interot n;
school work. I he Mooresville higl
school is receiving lar:e support, and i
:he 1 rgest now it has been lor ye.ars
It is doing g tod work in preparing
boys and girls for college, and giving
i hem a business education. A.
BARLEY WAS BAOGED.
Chicago, Nov. 19. George T. Bag
tey, the Linitetl Express com pany nics
sen'er on the ivock Island and Pai ifii
rai road, vesterdav morning -at o
M-lock took two packages containing
0,000 from Ins safe, left the trait
it Davenport ami buried the treasure,
oot in less than eight bonis he, was
m der arrestrnnd th motn-y has be :i
ecovered. W hen bAgli-y left the av
Ii - told the baggageman that he wa-
ing to-'drOp oiT-of the train- m(
t eut to arrange for semling -sonie po-'
atoi-s to Davenport. His absence wa.
it once, reported Jo thecomp any's oilin
here. D.-lrctives jeftruel that Ijagley
Mad a female friend at' 311 MicfrigaT
tViMine in the person of a Mrs. Miller.
i dressniidier, and posted themelvfs in
i I n i - i i lr
ne nouse. w iten lianiev arrived in
was placed under arrest. lie admitted
that the tnom-v could be found at Gmi
ese, 0., about a half hour's run fron
Davenport, liagiev is married am
iived with his famil at Davenpoit.
The expre-s oflicials deny that there
wr.s anv robbery at all. "Merelv a lit-
ile mikcue," aid Pn siilent U vganl
this aft, rnoon. -We have lost nothing the xvjyA to ,irake his selection. Wheth
md there was no mbbery. ; ' (his U lnw ,1MKjt Canuot at this
Detectives, on the other hand,' aver
hat the facts are as a! read v - stated.
r . .1. i . i f
ine uressmaiver is noisuspeeteu oi com
plicit v and h-.s not i,,,n alrested.
QTTQX PinKIJIG RY MAPWTVT7T5V
p,ir v-r . r 7 f
rr 3 car the picking of co ton b
ai.icilinerv lia, ei t," in-enuifv oi
jVe ntors. The New
i iwi noes it liiinie siuik, ooil or oiooit
v... i 1 1 i 1 1 i
I :.. . .: o r t h n x
1,1 l,K K" . , V.',1:ls 1 1 ' xas
1 representative lauea tonn . i n h , ini:
at i a i i ..
lion a sii.olt-broken stalk, and ot the
aevcral blooms he examined there was
"v ,-v'lM1 "an i ue ni.icililie s WOl K.
lmt lt Wi's considerably clearer in that
respect than after 'the average ham
ucKiiig;, And itAvas abstdutely frei
rom ail other kinds of dirt. Feu
men picking by the hundred pounds,
i I 1 j ' 5
:e Va " maU U1V"sr' W1 ,le;lvc
,s 1,1 lle tul ton on t he stalks as t
'chine dow' ' exh'r does it
cotto" aIl;1 le:ivti lt the gi
:lRd & 'ls a'nost. impossible for t
. .in ue cot ion on iue stalks as Hie ma-
I .t 1 .
r"33 ai uuuies wimoui
noiiiir r 11 ni . i?r r . . i . . . .
cleaned, so thick are they and
I U'i-mI slinnili il With briutlQw 'l'l. V."
v.. ..new, nntiv ue
...... a ne j fro
i ii.i,,i.,.,f i,.. ...r i- i.
M" 4i.m wuoruiai ion irom
private sources which fully confirms
the successful results attained by the
i , "e ln .l.lon- Audit wo.uld
n.,,v ,,e s.irpriHi.g if, in this new cotton
I I I11L" I 11 IT llii HIlA L-nniun r. II 'P 11
V 6 """" imm'h iUe loaa,
the hardest, problem in cotton
, . r
were found to have been satisfactorilv
solved. At any rate tlie new picker
deserves as it wil no ibnibt receivevthe
nterested attentSj a of ev.nv one coi.
:erned in the raiding of the staple.-
: What LnvU 1.
Some attribute the success in
luck. "1 never lwd
any iauu in luck.7
r . . . . . .
.-u. ..... . u, 1 Al'l It I IPili.va
.ili: HI p. ii.i. ............
ai r . j-m
.r.....i I11..L- ...n . .- .
T. . . a.4,,,i.,. ytvtl . itch
it he juui s wi n,
a d -will
bacon in l is pm lt tl? s jvt.r hU
den nnd ,cep; a. , Luck comes to
hevMo.ooKabiru a,,d it taps once
u u life ui.e at v. rybods V d.n r; if in-
I'ui a uu ot
tiuslry does nol 01 ea
11, iya it goes.
General Buit.-rjicla Addrer -
J lie. us j tniff
V Wa.shinylou . Itt ,r. , ..
orres.fondcnce ui ui w utciiuiait.
) 'AV AStiLvoroN,' Nw; 2 1st v 1S9 1
, Thesaviug"all tuaigs come to tho t
..!. .!...':. - ii.. .. ...,.ro...l ..
wiiu watb is uoi. geuei.iiiy ucccpicu
Hjingtratiyrue, buvif in.uiy" U
substituted tor all,w'aud the wait U
loug enough it 'wilt be accepted by er-
erybotly as true. Une of 'the mosi per
sistant of the demands made by th
National FarmersAiliauce since it
orgauiz itiou, aud repeated at its c n
veutitin at Mempnts last week, l as
been for a graduated lucouio tttx, in d
co the slu eldest iijj.-jervers it now tt-
gins to look altogether proUible that Ii
iiicotue lax will oe imjos.U by t..
ifiy-ihfrd Congress, ai.d althou-n Mi
.Jleveiaiiilvhastir'"'tbe past exorcssc.
liinself as behiif ativsed to such a lav
he circuuisneef wiiicli will conipv.
hat Cpngiussrtt ?dopt roaie quick am
.-ertaiti method, of raising money U
dieet the big deficit that is ani i'ciate..
oetweeii the reveuiii s and expeinaturei-
d the Government for the fiscal yeai
heginiiing July i,18y3, will it is " be
lieved, cause h. in-' in eillnr sign tlw
bUl or to allow it tw become a law with
out his signature .' .
Tiii- same expected deficit will, un
ssoine precautionary legislation U
td-'pted til ttie coming ses-iou of Cun
aessaridihatbwinglo the political
druert iite' oeWeeti'ttie House and tien-
.ie, is not coittideiitly expected by an
me whom yinr correspondent liu.
aiked wluh, nuike the calling-of an ex
r.i session of the fifty-third Dougie
.lecessarv., lndevd,is is already regatu
;d hep as eerlain that aii extra essfol
ill have to be li-ld, and the 'difference
f opinion' iiiudHg promiueut deuio
onits is nierelv whether it' w ill be bei
ti? io call'' it in lie spring or wait un
til fall. It is piobiujle that the cm.li-
Cion of the I reasury wlieu the new
Administration, takes charge will de
termine, theime. for the . extra ' session
to meet,or whether it shall meet at ah.
."Secretary Foster of the Treasury say
there will be ii deficit for the Corient
fiscal year, aiid that he has made n6
prediction as to one in the next fiscal
year; No p'rwHctioii w;.s' nectssar
from the Secretilry; the Treasury state
ments are open to the public ai.d ev
erybody who takes the trouble to stud)
tiieui U and compare the probable in
come for the next fiscal vear with tin
xpenditures th,a,t are absolutely bound
to be made, even if Congress were evei
o economically inciiuuu will soon come
to the coiicluiou that aurlicit is iue.-
itable unless. avoided by .new legisia-
ti n. '
President I la-rrison certainly j)oss-s-
es the .hajtpy knack of uiakinggooo
appoilitnieiits to responsible jo.itions
Among the . va-irnciis wi;ich it wa
generally tlibtiglr niter the election re
Litrns v;re in thitt it Aouid be impiss
ble to get a intni'iVig enough'- to liii th.
short tune n-tuaimiig ' ol the tieseni
administration was thiit of xXssjsiau
rjecletarv oF;t t i ieasUi v, bt.t IVe.-i
dent liai riMJii solveil tiie problem a
soou as he came lu it. iu the regola
course ol liUMiiess ov .ipt'Oinltng Lon-
gresiuai'i-elect uear ot Iowa. wh(seex
peruMee on t tie ws nnu means com-
inittee ol tlje: Httge'had 'made him fa-
iiliar wit hTti'iiSury niatters. :M
b-ar was deiVatt'd tVur(jong'Css in the
;emoeritic tarai wave of LS'JU, but was
re-el eCh-d bo tlte tittv-tintd Congress,
m) that it vi;l not inconveiiieiice him
o put'-in' bis rine"unlil bis Congress
ional tenn b girs'ras assi.-tant 6ccrLar
f tin Treasury
There is a rumor hrcthat President-
lect (Jieveland and VTi;fl,iesideni-eleCt
"j:eveiion are iuA of one mind abjtit
who yhall lvpreseirt Illinois iu the next
Oabwiet, and that Mr. btevenson claim-
ime be said, but from prominent dcni-
jcrats of I tlnins, iutte a number ol
whom have been in Washington dur
ng; the last feW-'days, it has been learn
nl I hat llp ro itre twvb rival faclion-,om
if thetii headexl bv Mr.Stevcnson, tight
ug for ti is cabinet position as welt as
for the -control Of ihe federal patrou-
r i.f lllu vt:ilM illlil lliu urul.lion L.lhlle 1).1 ll Ro.-('Ui:Lll. I uillst'll at llllblie!
P . . 1 , 1
uready been made that unless they
;an ag-vee up.m some man. who is per
sonally satisfactory- lo Mr. Clevebum
Illinois will have no nieiuber of tin
Cabinet. ; ' ;
Jilr; iilaiiie has len sick agtiii. Ih
Mi.u a severe ' cota wnicii lor a time'
1 A- -I I I M 1 -
Ineated to derelope a serious throat
trouble, but' be is liow nearly all right
airnin .It, Mlobnl.!. tlo.l bo n, .v
w i.i , , ,- "
pend the w'inlof'iii bouthern Oalifor-
Ilia or ill Me$'G-US lie titlds this Cli-
mate u ll U '-'Tts'-P-f teauent ana surtden
ehnnsvs-in -winteriioru and inor trv -
-. . . " 1 . : ' ' i 1 f - - 'I
1 11 r lit nun niuro ram
Mrs. Lrseyji4Mttforia candidacy is
not very seriously considered here, al-
ll. tl. j l. '1? I I i
I IIIUIILIU ( IIOIC JHC iuia OA pci'piu v 11 U Us
lieve that she will succeed in naming
ii,. v. ..
iiv.au yvuurul 11. Ill AlkUlllto UOU
,, - f.,w .vl,n pvnrs t h lu-liof Moil
si.e ,viil Upiiiirt bii;le(.tpd und a (rMl.
- : to-"-'
limnv pnlli'D v ivil Iwrnt iiil....c ii, iUn
wiii, ll IKLiUUV 111 ... . tV ..1 Hit
contest liaVt' x im-ssHil thr. wish that
she might be elected, just to see wheth-
iv . ii i i.i
er any i ix' 'ii w( uut oe maae oy the
Senate lo pr. vent her occupying useat
Hi that body.bcc.-yWoi that tittle "he
in ihe constiiutio'i.
btudents of" In red ity may find some
mterestinj: material in the hisioiv of the
Daltohs. Accordiiie'to the Phil-vdelnhia
Press the progenitor of this lately re-1
uowned fatniiy of Kansas outlaws lived
in Uiai city ninety years ago, and gave
tne authorities- much trouble by his
deeds as a hihwayim n. One day he I
sioppcii a carnage containing two younc
ladies stud tluir elderly aunt. One of
theA'oun;r ladies was atout to be married
and siioniily objected- lo handing over
Jier wtiblin prj.-cnt i to the bandit,
woo, wun a. chivalry renvniscent of Hob-
- i .
m Hood's hosf. due's nllonpil iliA-nari
. ..-w .......
v uiuuuicsLcu. ouiaiu weeKs liter
tr rs..c. ..... t ,. 1 . .
Ual ou 'was arrest el. and it wt-uld hav.,
! tone mud with him had not the vnnn r
, G;na , h
oilicaj of reat u.
pardon. on condit
. .. . . 0
an time married o an
lluei ce, secured him a
lition that he unit the
on did. and sett in r in
West became the nr... eu.tor ol a 1 ir
l.n i of ai iiuav robbers.
Highest of gjj is Lttng Tower. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
It was mentioned at a late Cranbuiy -
Growers' Convention thai lilt v uersoujs
.o wbom bad been given ea'cli a basket
ui cruuuuries uuiing a recent prevaeuce
ol llu- gup. nad used thesautTlrett.v and
lailv. and in evrrv i-sisn. "tlm sIi-mio'r dis-
ease had passed theui by: "An acid tieat- j
meat, too, is recommended for cholera
,ievcnin.o. ,.Vould eisudK-rrv saibce
ii svver in i his casi ? New York W.urld.
When Baby wa3 sick, ive cave Lcr Cactoria.
Whenhe was a CluM, she cried, f or CastorLv
Whes hue oecame Jlisa th; cluar to C.-'.storia. ;
When she had Children, she gave vnemCastorL,.-
Having qualified as a.tniinistrator upon the
state of Getiut'iH Miller, ie-'.l. nil j.i rsoiis lin v
ug claims against sail! estate are liciel.y lioii
icd to jtrescut tliciu for pa ruc-nt pn or before
ihe 20th day of July, 1S:.'J, or this notice will
:c pled in bar of their recovery. All person?
ndtbted to said estate are requested to iuake
ininiediate paunciit. ' J. V. I 0W1 AS,.
' Ai iiiii if.tii;ti r.
THE GREY SCHOOL,
For Boys and Girls.
The next pe.ssio u of tjiis school will brcrin
August -3d, 18fi2, aad clote .May 20th, 1 fci3,
makiijtr it possible for young nun to attend the
-chool the whole term and get home in time to
ul in working the crops.- The work is thor-
iiigh. the rate reasonable and the discipline
hil l but lirm. Fur further information, write
;'or catalogue to
II. A. GREY, Principal.
Huntersville X. C.
AVaclibneCiiflrul i-uilars tor an-.nse rf Ca-
Wi.rrnc cnoi i e curetl by iia:: fc Citanii-Cure.
U. Cl.i NV & . O., Props, 'loiedo, .
the ll F driilj. in . J.uw I i oav F J. fL-.'lfj to
nf-l 15 ii x .its-, iu d b 1 iii i 1 1 1 1" j i j o
le U ;iil ! l.bl! fcS li::r.i-; lliOl b . I t' l.r: rc1:tU
l, ioii.)i) oi liiij- cbiliuin-iib li adi Ly thvlr
'i ft & TuATX. WltousnlP Diuvrlts, Toledo, t.
AlUIMi, KINNAS .MAI.V1N, Wl.Ollb.lle UrUSC-
irifcts, l ou do. o.
tan s t iit.iiTii t tire is t.iKC-n icn'ernaliv. . c ne
l'eutiy npo.i fii Dw-i ana mui :n stiau is f
Hi bisu-iii. iMee, .o, ftr bi ttie oJd tj aH
Di gj;ts. 1 t s-t -rnonlals free.
Savanii.mi, Ca., April 2G. ISS9.
Having iim 1 tlinc boitioof 1". V.
lor impure mood ami gineial v e.tkuess.
and baving di-iieil greai 1. n- (its I'min
ne eaixir, na uoi liaini o ll maimls liiici.,,,., ,. ..u,. i,,,.,,it.i
a eight in four wi cks, 1 t;d.e treat jde:is:
'ire in rccoinnu ntl i l . it to unlortuiiates
iiko - ! . . Yours trtrlv.
Office of . I. N. bKliox.DntggU.
Orr.oula, i-'hi., Aj.i o b,ic-!.l. j
Iossrs. I'qtpnisni Bros , Sa aen;il . t.ia.:
Dear Sii sobJ. fliree i4; It s of 1. 1.
P., large siz" ? e-.-iej.d.i , and one buttle
;iP'.t e r.i-i;iy.
The P. P. P. cured my ife cf rheuina-
ini wiiil. r le I'n re l;ist. Ii ca:i:e back on
'tcr the pa.-t winter. ;..nd a bait" bottle,
(1 (X) sie, rerievei! her again, and -.she ha-
not bad a symptom iiice.
I sul.d a b.iUle of 1'. 1. 1 to a friend of
'.nine, out of .bis turkeys,, a small one
;ook sick,and Lis wile gave it a lea.-pon-'ul.llial
was in the eveniiig, aiid liie lil-
le fellow tui iu (1 oyer like lu was dead,
lit next morning was up Imlicring ami
.veil. i ours ri speet fullv.
J. IS. .McKLIIOY.
Payannab, (Ja., 17. ls'Jl.
Messrs. Lippman liro , Savannah, (la.:
Iearbirs I uae sulleied from rheii
inatisui tor a bmu lime, and did mu find
a cure unin l loiinu l'. l . J ..wnich com
pletely cured me. Yours truly, '
ELIZA r . JC.NES.
1G Orange St., Savannah, (Ja,
Having qualified as executor of the
I : 1... i . i- i: .1 . . I
uietion, on Ihe flennses of t he said de
ceasod, the 17ih day of December -131)2, '
for cash, the following property, to wit : t
I fair louse waixon. 1 on, horse wajjon. '
t lmcirv. I cart 1 screw jilat-. I foot adz ami i
itlier. too!,,"' I nn; iss. one itli a l.mik case
1, t;ir'jr i .-i n. r ti j '..... i i i; n !i;is mi ii i tei
cllaijs an l otle r liouelio!il furini ni ". Abo 1
large wasW j.ut. I sa-bile. 1 buibiin'g with
!i rse power cunbiiied. .ALo pone;- corn and I
j h ly an other articles too tctious to nitntion
All persons having claim iig.uust saiil es-
a'.e must present tiiem ilulv :int;)cii1uatei on
I .... ,7.., lLlv ,r ,,
alt persons ini'elited to said estate will please
make nroni't .payment. 1 lis Nov. JTtli IS'-'-
l Tiiko A. P Hosfmam
F.x of David Uoseman. Dec.
i . . . ..7
8EH0 FOR CATAL03UE.
LAWN TENNIS. BASE BALL,
G-ims csr THIS
m Aiii mm
B0TS a GIRLS' t8l. fUf.tr. Brak. Baa Cardi.S 13 80
S0t.Dl'XLOPP!iE(;9ATICafrtLUt lAO...Hrt OO.OO
V.C. ga'th Hiiivr 0 mm. Itfm,. 8 lh. LUt S6 Krt30.00
ID1AL SlieLB CDS. II 10 la ..FI 6. BO
IACHA1 HamamrlM. if r.. 8 tin.. I.UtCAO: Rl 33 OO
E.C. MEACHAM ARMS CO.. SUOUIS.MO.
A Household Remedy
BLOOD and SECIES
Botanic Blood Calm
Ufllroc SCROFULA, ULCERS, SALT
wurca RHEUM. ECZEMA. er
form of malignant SKIM ERUPTION, be
sides being efficacious in toning ftp -the A
when Impaired frcm any cause. Its
almost supernatural healing properties
jvstify us In guaranteeing a cure, If
directions are followed.
eCUT CDCC ILLUSTRATED
Otfl I rtttt ''Bwl ,(H.wlri,
BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta. ?a.
Children Crv for Pitcher's Castona.-
. . NOTICE. .
. Notice is herebv given that I will
m.f 1 p resi.ioiil.U tor nn dfhfs or
...i T Ifoll
' " J I
lie Uiay lllCUT.
A. L. Hall.
Octolx r 31,' 1S92.
The business heretofore done under
the name and s'vle of the NouFdLK
LLIANCE KXCHAXGK, Westt & Rogers.
Managers, ha-; this day been tnrned
over by the Uoarduf Dii-ectors to J. J.
Rogers, who w.ll in the future conduct
ity, having iveii to sSid Ddaid. Satis-
factory bond. '4
AH peio..s indebted to. or having
claims against said Exchange will
tie same with J. J. .lingers.
0. 1). DE UAD.M,
JAMES T. W1LF0RD,
Committee for Ho tpl.
Cures all lemalc Coinpiaints and Monthly
irrcularitv. Lcnocrrhccaor Vbitcs. Painin
Eack or Sides, strengthens the feeble, builds
up tho whole system. 1 1 ba3 cured thousands
and will cure you. ik-ufjgists havo it. Send
Btamp for book.
DU. J. 1. PRO'nnOOT.F A CO T.ontTHle, Ky.
Broin, YMdington & Co,
Retail' Hardware. .
We have inst reeeived a arge lot of one
pound butter moulds, prices 5Vts, a!si
a large lot of oval and round Bread or
Dotiiili Trays. The celebrated Swing
Dairv ('burns, "Cylinder and Dasher
The best-assortment of 'Table and
Pocket Knives, Table and Tea Spoons iu
Pnif-s. atol Porcelain lined preserving
Ki ttles, smd at nieb low i-iiees that no
family t.etd be wilboiil them.
A very large asortment- ! Titiware,
Pols, Skillets, Oytn.s and. other lioti.-e-kcepers'
We Jiave the best Cypn-ss Tu's. that
are on he. market. by luaild
throw away uooiej- on an old p;iitiiedtnb
when a small amount more will get a
Call and see us when you want any
I hing in our line.
DROWN, WELLINGTON & CO.,
2'J East Trade Street, ;
Charlotte, N. C.
''w wwsv .icr 't
Is one of the issues of tlie campaign. '
We are in the thickest of the fight with a first-class stock uf
Silver Dollars ,vill go furtlier in our store for FALL SHOFS
1 , 1 , -1 . ,
tliai) ail YWllCrC 111 ItlC COUlltl'V.
Hats, Trunks and Umbrellas
very cheap. XV q undersell all competitors. . '
e You Buy Your Gen
I have a full iii.c of
Which I am oITerin
secret about it I i I advertise.
Call and see niv Stock.
I pay the highest market price for country
I am selling BANNER FERTILIZER cheap
lor cash ,or on time. Respectfully,
iliCehic' Old .a!:ii lEins,,
, Th .t watcl clock '.or ju'etre nf wei.ry "
which you have, laid away, as useless
can be repa-ied -Aud made as. good as
.new. by . - ; j'lta -f
Having gniduated at the1est schools
for watch makers j'n A merieat we do
uot hesitnte to offer a handsome
Gold latch Free
i i i i : i . -
" v.v o rjair.
. Those eyes which have beeirgiyin
you troubkyor causing you pain or
headache, can be properly fit with
glasses which will enable you to s e
perfectly, and at a price way below tie
traveling quack or peddler. t . ,
Our lineol JEVVELliT and SII
VEUWAUE is the most compu
Salisbury. Watches were nev
lisbury. Watches were never ho
U e re sh a n,ost beu"
r- utif. louvia anvils nna us in.
V,ok fur . hh.ckest front in towii.
Set-Piel m' i,na w 11 l,eat you white.
Always yours to filease,
EEISNEE & GOSMAST,
IS IT HOT BETTER
To have your printing done
neatly, and in an attractive
manner, even if yoii have to
pay more for it f .!
... Well, ive do not charge any
more for our work, hut guar
antee the jiiiSst work done fn
Salisbury, and as fine-work
in oil)' line, as can be dene
any where: Our motto is :
1 Neat, Prompt, Accurate.
Call on usylook at our sam
ples hear our prices, and lc
convinced that what we say
is ti vc. Yi l yti uly,
yVatcliman Job Office,
E. B. SPRINGS & CO.,
Ko. 14 K. College St.,
CHARLOTTE, - - - 17. C.
To Alliancnuen and all other
tie.-ire to s .v
we are now
prepared lor I be Spring t rade on
We are Agents for th- Charlotte 0i
and Fertilizer !., and e;.n give low
prices as "a ell jas dl the besl goods s,olJ
ill the State.
Our Fertilizers" have fjiven tle best sat-isfa.-tion
to aH and we meiin to keep tlnm
fully up to Jin- standaid. Wr hav- tiom u
la'-;e business nit Ii the SiilcAiliani is in -t
Ids section, nnd oubi be dal to i oi tii l e
it. Remember that the S. C. Expei hit rt
Station gave us the b i lusl graoe on A d
Piiosi'bateTor lat year tliat u sol.l in
bat State. Also reincmlier that the N. ('.
Experiment Station gives, lis , tin Idghot
grade on Ainmoniiited Fertilizus hold in
this State last year.
Write 4'or prices.
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W 0 fl SO Mrrv !t mnr cnn-.n 1,'nn
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There is no