atlvnai Alliance II. L Loucks pres
Jdeit, Huron," South Dakota, address
Wishiugton, D C, J. II. Turner, secretary-
re tourer, Gt-orUia; J. F. Willetu, lecturer,
Kansas. . " ." ' " ; '
A'tateUtoancMarion Dutler, prcsidiot,
C!"if'm, Sf, C.; ';W, S. Harm, fcecrclury;
7A Cngreiowil District Lecturer, A
izar. -MiVir&vilU; PresidentCol. H. A.
Vor ey, CaUwba; V.-Pres., E. I. Penu lt,
flhnwoodvSerretary'and Treasurer, .J.JL.
Uuisej, Salisbury; '-!"
" iWit County Jesse Miller, president,
IJIackmer tM. L. Kitehie, secretary, Saw,
J County-. M. Parks, president,
Statsville; i. E. ifcunsuy, secretary,
Cabarrus County A. F. Hilt-man, presi
dent, -'Concord; Dr, J. Lkflexiy, Bccie-J
f Dav'uUon County-R. S. Green, president,
iiraes; VV. A. Liudsay, secretary, Tliouias
inle. -' - '
'' Cataieb County-S. T. Wilfong, prcsi
- Int, ewtou; J. F. Ileruia, secretary,
a ' - .-
JJ. C. Beform Press Association,
Officers J. L. Ramsey, premdent; Marion
gutter, vice-president; W. S. Jinnies, sec-
ProifreslTe Farmer, State Organ,
Uau asUn. 1
iUural Home, -
Raleien, N. C.
Wilson, N. C
Sallsbuiy, S. C.
Ootdsboro, N. c. I
Trinity college, N. C
'- Each of the above-named papers are re
quested to keep the liet standing on the first
"page and add others, provided they are duly
xlecfed Any paper- failing to advocate the
Ocala platform will be dropped from the
list- promptly. Our people can now see
that papersj&re; published in their interest.
L'Jm Conference Platform.
The following is a correct copy of
the, platform adopted at St, Louis by
the labor conference:
J. We tl and" a national currency
-aiV, sound and flexible issued by
li.e en ral government only; a full
legal tender for all debts,- public and
private; and without the use of bank-
uig corporations; "a just and equitable
means of circulation, at a tax not to
exec-d -two fwr cent, as set. forth 'in the
ib-treistiry piau of the Farmers' Al
hauee, or some betters stem; also, by
payments ill the discharge of its obli
gations for public improvements.
? a. We demand free and unlimited
coirias& of silver. , f
b. WeJeniind the amount of cir
culating 'medium tolx1 speedily in
creased to not less than $50 per capita.
c. VVe demand a graduated income
! rf. We helieve that the money of the
treasury should be kept as much -as
possible in the hands of the people,
and hence "we demand all National and
State reveii-ues shail be limited to the
Jiecessary expenses of government,
conorn ical ly and h onest I vad in i n istered
e. SVe demand that Postal Saving
banks le .established by the govern
men! for the safe deposit of earnings
of the people .nd facilite exchange.
2. Your sul)-co!u;nittee upon the
land plunlc, beg to submit to your ap.
p ovhI the following: The land, in
eluding all natural resources of wealt h,
;sl he heritage of all people, and should
tot I monopolized for - speculative
purposes, and alien ownership of land
h iuid be .prohibited. All lands now
aeld by railroads and other coporatious
j i excess of their actual needs and all
lands now owned by aliens should be
reclaimed by the Government and held
J for actual sett lens only.
p. lr;iUsjoitation being a means
. of defence and public - necessity, the
uovernuient should own and operate
oads in the interest xf thw people.
a. The - telegraph and telephone.
,hke the postal system, being a necessity
t-i-'th.f f r-uiini-siou of news, should be
: : 'el ' .. -c openited by the government
in the interest ot the people.
While some parts of the above ad
dress may seem at a mere glance t
make partisan political distinctions.
yet upon careful study one will clearly
3 thsa it is non-partisan, and further,
will le tmpresed with tb truth of its
promises, ami the ability of the cora
"imttee who frameil it. It w its adopted
with only a few di-senting votes, and
the platffvhn was adopted unanimously,
and received with great applause-. The
conference having completed its work
as a representative btxly, and adjourned
Its Wonderful Effects on the Liver,
stomco, Bowels and Kidneys.
For Biliousiress, Constipation and Ma
laria, tske Lemon Elixir.
r'.u- Indigestion, Sjek and NervousJ
iieadacbe, take Lemon Llixir.
Fur Sleeplessness, Nervousness and
Heartfailure take Lemon Elixir.
- For Fevers, Chills and Debility, take
- Lemon Elixir;
-Lad;esrfor natural and through organic
regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
v Dr. ilozley's Lemon Elixir will not
fail yju1n anv)f ihe above named dis
eases, all of which arise from a torpid or
diseased -liver, - stomach, kidneys or
- i'rejajed only l y Dr. IT. Mozley, At
lanta, Ga, 50c and $1 hot ties at drug-
; Ksts- ";' -
- ' A Prominent Kinisier "Writes.
' .VAftf- ten yea rs f great sufferi ng from
Judigesfiiviwith gre:t j-.ervou.-f p rostra
Jj.n, b!!itiiH s--, diMdered kidney.-, aiul
coiis. fj attoi . I have been cured by Dr.
Mczh-v's Lemon Elixir and am now a
weli nian. ReV. O C. Dajtw,
s Ehl. M. E. Church Soutbt "
No.58 TyiJll-rf?. Atlaniw
To stop doors froii creuking put a
little kwcetoil in the binge.
Sweet oil will .clean bronze; it mu-t
be well raLbed with a brush, into all
ibe'creyice.vtue" rubbed oil thoiuughiy
with i bith. .
Once in a great while insects crawl
into Hie e;ir causing great pain and
ringing;. To relieve, tunithe heud on
one side and have another person fill
the ear with sweet oil. Thiswill
drowuthe inject and it will be. curried
out with the oil, into theonter edge,
whence it nntr re .dily be 'removed.
The following nukes a mot effectual
iip "Salve:'. -Equal purls of best oil and
white wax nu lled together in a cup set
in hot water. Add a little alkauel
root tied in-white muslin and put in
with the oil ami while they, are hot
and it will color the mixture pink. If
it is desired to perforin it, stjdd oil of
bergMnot or oil of laveudef. lood
Some 'Truth in Tbta.
An old farmer from Jackson count,'
recently talked with the Athens (Ga.)
Banner and thus explained the caii.-sc oi
the hard tiiBes. "It is not the low price
of cotton," said the fanner,- 'ibr I have
often sold it at fcix and seven cents and
thought I was doing well, hut I carried
all the rnonev home, with mr- I did not
,.e ; ; a.i..,,, r ,i
what 1 iiee(4ed on the farm. You don'i
see any plow stocks; ax helves, hoe han
dle?, baskets and horse collars made :tt
home. They all go to town and get
them. You don't see any big pen wit'h
fattening hogs around the house- You
o to town to get Your meat. T uever
saw a painted plow stock with an iron
toot until the yankees brought them
here. If you will go pack to those o4d
times, and make what you live on at
home, there will he no party nor
any one asking for $50 per capita. You
go to town too often after things that
can be raised at home Tiy it and see if
All He Gunre ntres to Do.
The cleverness of the waiters who
stand at the doors of the dintnu rooms of
the large hotels in charge of the hats
which are left outside by the guests is
very striking. Some of them perform
really wouderful feats of memory in the
way of identifying the hat of each per
son, although they often do not see the
guest more than once and that for only
an instant wheu he pauses to leave his
hat behind him as he enters.
At a hotel on the Maine' coast is a col
ored man who is famous among the
guests;Tor. never making a mistake, al
though sometimes the guests have tried
to puzzle him by going in in croups and
by wearing hats that he has never seen.
One day one of the boarders, talked with
him about this power and the waitei
said that he had acquired it by long
"And do you never make hnistakes?'
the gentleman inquired. ' r
"No, sah; I don't cul'late to make no
mistakes, was the answer.
"And do you give ertry man his own
Oh, sah," returned the waiter. 'Vtaint
none o' my business whose the hat am
I gibes to ebery man the hat he gibes to
me. JJoston Courier.
How Butler C leared a Hall.
Ben Butler was once -chairman of
meeting at which Unfits Clioate was
booked for an address. Mr. Choate
was about to begin his adlress when j
man crawled up to Butler and whisper
ed" to linn that the loists in t lie floor
ind the supporting beams were civiiisr
way because ot the heavv pressure- on
the floor, and they were likely to col-
apse any moment. But ler turned to the
man and whimpered to him. "Keet
quiet. lhen turning to the audi- nee
he taid, "A man has brought me in
formation that out-Mdc this hall there
are not les "than 20,000 people clamor
mg tor admission. 1 propose to ad
journ this meeting to the common,
where all can hear Mr. Choate. Now
just see how quickly we can empty
i ins nau.
Meanwhile Choate was . tugging a
ButlerVcoat tails, saying: ,kBen. don't
Slop, Ben. Why, I can't see to read
"ii the common; my voire wonV carry
in tli open air: I can t make Hipm.
hear, and so on. After most of th
audience had left, Butler turned around
to Choate, and said, "Say, Choate
would you rather deuver this speech
nere in tnis -iiaii or. iu hell? San
Facemaking was first done bv Barbara
Uttmun about J 550, though the invention
isadahned for an earlier date by France
Bathe in plenty of sunshine as well as
in plenty of water, and don't forget to
dry rub inoruing-nd night. It will add
years to your life and vigor.
We know all about the plants of the
Old World and their sober characters.
What they can do in our New World has
to he still more developed and is another
thing. " .
In speaking of the solidification of a
body by cooling, Professor Dewar savs
mai waier can be made to become solid
ny ine evaporation of n quarter of its
They say that one of Durham's dem
ocrats, who stands high, had the pleas
ure of putting 200 of republic an money
in his wallet yesterday, won on Cleve
land and Fuller's election.
A negro living near Cherokee, Ga., is
the owner of a hound- 'which, lie savs,
attends all the religious meetings ot the
negroes, stands up and tries tofollow
them in the singing, and regularly goes
to the alter to be prayed for wilh the
rest of the mourners.
A man in this oouniy nttemptfd to
vole on the Sth. The registrar's book
U he was born at Davidson College.
The last legislature changed- the uaiue
from Davidson Col lege to Davidson. The
judges rub d there was r.o such place as
D. CoIJege and the man was not allowed
to vote, Now he. wants to kaow.. :f he
was bom at all, if so, where? This is
mcccKshry tfial he may register before
the next election. Will some one inform
Summer in the South.
"Been South, I understand?"
fw Yes; I was down-there 1 nearly all
summer". ' . .. . .
"Great country. Very hospitable
"Yes, indeed, nutter nows uue wa
er in summer." Puck.-
BOUND TO HAVE
HiS SLEEP OUT.
Pat aiid Mike were two brother em-
no.ed i-s seameir on a sea vesei,
who' workrd in different watches.
It. tras Pat's watch on declc when trie
ship struck a rock, causing her to leak
jadly. Pat was tliereiore ell ucu
otell hi brother to rise at.ouce as u.r
ship had sprung a leak.
4T don t care, says junce, u sue un
i ..r : I ..r- rinor
DlUi51! a OfU oi uuiuns. j. iiu o"""o
on with my sleep.'
"But, savs Pat, "V'lil Uou t unuer
tand my meaning. 'There's a big hole
n the siie of the f bip and tite water is
;oniiig in last. y7
"Sure, then, Siiys Mike, "put a hole
in ti e other s-nle :n :et it')pui again;
am going on with my sleep. Mer
THE CHARM Ob' (iOOIJ ;mai-
ONo oiip who has any jipprociatior. of
irraee and beauty in nature or in art
an fail to recognize ihe charm of hue
manners in mi maivmuai. ne it-j
in Oiem as we do in a lovely sunset
view, vrx becutifui piece of architecture,-or
a fascinating n .em, for th-ii
own sake and for what they express;
mt even beyond this they haveanoiher
att ruction in the magnetic power tlie
exert upon all beholders in setting
t hem at ease, in sweeping away shyness,
ikwardness, and restraint, and in
stimulating I hem to the expression oi
what is best worth cherishing with
It is nndouMerllv true that of the
presence of line manners, whether it be-
in the home or social circle in tin
workshop of the countingronm, it-
t he visit of cluoiiv or the halls of legi.--
ation, has an immediate effect in pro
hieing i self, in d ITasmg happiness, ii.
leveloi.ing the faculties, and in elict-
ii!? the best that is in everybody. o
Nothing To lAarn.
hou-e in this city adver
tisid ti r a hall bv. Among a lio:,l oi
applicants was a raw-honel,' lanky youth
who rang the door hell, as.d was met l
the Iniidlady herself.
Want a ioVM lie asked, shifting from
one loot to the other.
"Yes," . said the landlady, taking an
inventory ot the appheant.
'House run by a nus&Us.'
"lie vou she?"
"And vou want a boy to tend door
run errands, trot t the grocery, tit in a
eokl hall, .-:y yuu i e ul sixty times a
day, and keep agents and tin ptdakit
and kid3 otlen the stejjs?"
"Yes," "said I lie astonished woman,
that's just what I want."
"Much money in h?" queried tlio hoy.
"Two dollars and til'ly eenls a week.'
"I'ron.ises-. or cash down?"
"You get your money regularly ifyou
earn it." '
"Ian your huckleberry, missus. WVt
kin I dew fust stall-out on a eoileclin'
tower, or make the tires in thesiok hoar
ders' rooms, or watch out for the feilow
that is goiiiji to slide his trunk out 'ith
out paying his board?"
"Look here," said the landlady, "you
know too much. I guess we cau'l make
"All right, mum.
If spcricuce and
knowin how dou't go
f r something, 1
am t 1:1 it. But you II. be sorry, when
the butcher conies around with his last
year's bill. I'm a pacilyer oflhelirst
water, but you don't-
bite hired him.
Canada has agreed with the United
States for the appointment of u commis
sion to consider the question of the pro
lection of the fishery of the inland lakes
contiguous to the two countries aud the
regu'ation of the use of engines of de
struction in non-territorial waters.
Information received at the Post office
Department at Washington iudicates
that the return postal card recently is
sued by the department will prove a suc
cess. Lupines men are ordering them
in large quantities and the sales up to
this time exceed the expectation of the
"Doe3 your husbaul get much pleas
use reading his books, Mrs. lligley?"
"Well no. Yon see, he buys such ex-
pensive ones he has to work all the
time to pay for them, and has no time
for reading," returned the wite of
the bibliomaniac." Harper s Bazaar.
Upwards of 100,000 pounds of snails
are eaten everyday by the residents of
the gay trench capital, the snail market
being the busiest industrial mart in Par
is. One "snailery" in the Province of
Dijon yields its proprietor $1400 per year.
At this place they are carefully reared in
snail gardens and fed on an aromatic
herb which gives them a fine flavor.
Many Swiss cantons also have large snail
gardens and depend chiefly on the peo
ple of Paris for a market. Snails are al
so used as an article of food in Austria,
Spain and Italy as well as in Egypt and
tho other countries on the Mediterra
nean's southern shore. Hygieuists claim
that they are very nutritive, containing
not less than seventeen per cent, of uitio
genous matter. St. Louis Mcpublic.
s Farm and Garden Nt;ls.
Warmth is life to young chickens.
Keep the heu nests clean even in win
It is not good econemy to keep com
Clean off the essa afast as gathered
or the dirt will taiut the meat.
Good work: depends not so much on
the tools as on the workman.
Let the little " ones help; lhey will be
the happier and better for it.
DeeD rooted crbns reauire deeper plow
ing than shallow rooted ones.
There are' disadvantages a3 well as
advtt4laesHifbroad wagon? tires.
General fertilization of the soil is bet
ter than manuring in the hill.
thought one-sixth of the land
ought to be devoted to timber.
Transplant without moving the dirt
from the roots. Use a shovel.
Always arrange the nests and roosts
so that they can be readily cleaned.
TT siTinll common hens are used in
breeding, mate them to a large rooster.
On most farms skim milk is cheap.
Let the poultry have all they will eat
or drink. r . i
It is rarely a good plan to allow a
fruit! rec aieut to select the varieties oi
trees for the orchard. j
The crane can be readily propagated
by layering and a good supply of plants
be secured at a low cost.
Allowing 'inoss or lichen to grow to
the bark of the trees affords a hiding
or harboring place for vermin.
When going any considerable distance
grass-led cattle will shrink'.very heavily,
for the first ten days at least.
On many farms one reason why ducks
are not more prolitable is because they
are not given proper attention.
In many cases a few cattle can be
kept on a farm with profit when a large
number would only result in loss.
If cattle are to le w intered largely on
rought '.ess it is very important that they
be provided with a coinlotablc shelter.
Both the Plymouth Encks and Wyan
dottes are excellent market fowls. They
are of a good size and have clean legs
and j cllow skin.
The waste product of the garden can
be profitably disposed of in the poultry
,-,,-, IfPfowls do-not have free range
see that they have plenty of green food
during all the green reason.
The best use and profit to be had from
a sow is to feed her carefully and have
her nroduce two litters of nias a vear.
This-as better than to ncwlyjbreed.young
s ws each titne; -
Tlio l ady i" tlie 3lon.
It is left to our .our hundredth centcn
ial to eclehrate a charming discovery.
Il iea.s not lo le generally known thai
ihereiral ' nian in the uioi n,''v ho for
a'es oV eous I. as been looked en to a
ole ruler ol his plane!, shares his throm
and divides his tionors wilh the loveliest
....i.i'.hitiri. ot wiinan. Wouia vou tec
her ut her best let it bo on a cloudlet
i.irht as uear t c f ill ofihe moon as pos
sible. Use a gi od opera or lipid glass,
L5e patient: some fail to tied her ut lirsl
i he lace is in profile and looks toward.
your left as you gaze, occupying half the
surface of the moon; the hair dark anil
coiled rather high; tier throat and neck
are radiantly beautiful. Beyond her
motile is seen the dai k face of a man,
lookiug si rai
lit forward. -
CURE 5 ALL 5KIM
A ujrt'i tibia .uu"iw I - x , mm m alleluia wiuutu
and prm-rib it with (-rent Mttafactios for & caret of all
f'TO anJ tftc cf P.miarv, fracrmdarr and Tcrtl.rr
B E R-3 t2&
VSmS?i evtt&m reived trrrtOTSefi
trM. li!n.Iu-vr r;laet. Khsnmatum. Malaria. o;a
CliroTilc TJiicra that have Ktlkted ali treatmant, OaUrrH.
I ru il US
D'imAicf. ti-z-.--ia, Can.uic i'-julu CviioiiiU, Mer
curial ?c!nn, Tetter, S.-..!d Had, etc., ate
T. P. Y. 1, n . o-f ii ont.-, an T(-!li-nt art'.r.
LsIi5i waou vwm mrm boinM arttl irbote bloo-J to fa
clMntlnc propcrttea of P. ?. P.Prlcldy JUh, Poka Boot
, HPPiUN BB03., Prcprlstcn,
EnjrfcIJprtaian's Block, EAV1I2SA3, QAa
U O L
faii.Hl; I tit; SV'-erii rubii.iv.
fit K MALARIA
f'vv2 E ptrjl IS Mil S2 Mgm
Georgia Home Insurance Co.
RHGDES BROWNE. WM. C. C05RT
Total Assets, over $1,000,000
Ecme Company, seeking: Kerne Patronage
i tit iff tij c jf EEC E n XwifE5 at irwpsi
adequate rates. Losses Adjusted
and iaid promptly.
J. ALLEN BRQWN.AQT
Thc foil owing brands
N. C. Alliance Official Acid Phosphate.
N, C. Alliance Guano.
Factories, Durham, N. C, and
J. 0. BERNHARDT, Special Agt.,
Salisbury, K 0.
'TIT' T mtm.
Sold by T. F. KLUTTZ & O.
IN NATURE'S OWN WAY.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO INVESTIGATE.
A jo-page Pamphlet MAILED
FREE upon application.
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1405 New York Ave., Washington, D. C.
Steam, Air and Vacuum Pumps, Vertical and Horizon
for the Alliance:
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Boarding axul Eay Ccliool fox-Girls
and. Yoanof La. dies.
I'JUXCII'ALS: Miss Ma tran t nurjruro ll:lllard.
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Instru-vtlons In En -ilsh Br..neUeS lu.Mo(Vai
. i.-l luMrumeiiia;). An, .unn.ni. Krcncli .iad LuUu
lerius i-ry iuo.icr lc. ScuU lor Cat.iome.
C-rlZ WrVl- Havinjj bought the
.y 1 1 1 -- ' KfWan 'County Grab-
lie ilisioueguai ries. Tools, .-.c, of E K. I'lUllli
estate. ! win connnuc io manufaciure nuiistoiios
.inlli-s;.lndits aud oi iabJeu iiis ror gnndlii" corn
i '..1 wheat, eontepoiidcuce boil. itci. Ai.drtbh
3oly J.T. WYAl'T,
Fil,u- '-owanco. N.C.
Mertion the Watchman.
JOHN A. RAMSAY,
CIVIIj 332SrC3-XTXr GEH.
Attends to Railroad Construction, Surveys,
and Mapping of Real Estate, Estimates ol
Water Powers. Plans for the Erection rf Mills
I Dwellings. &c; ami attends to the purchase oi
an muus oi Jiacuiut ry, uuilding .Materials, &c,
&c. fei2 tf
When Baby was sick, we gar her Castoria.
When she was a Child, ahe cried for Castoria
IFnen she became Jfisa, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gao them CastorU
every variety and
Regular Horizontal Piston.
The most simple, durable, and effective
Pump in the market fur Mines, Quarries",
Refineries, Breweries, Factories, Artesian
wells, Fire duty and general manufacturing
purposes. B3f"Send for Catalogue.
F. W. nulde.jDper and Keuben Foster, Iteceiveis,
Condensed scacdqle In tflect October 9.
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Kos. 11 and 12 Pullman sleeDers bpt
Spitngs and .New York vtu Asbevllie, Sallsbuiy auu
Nos. and 10 Pullman Sleeper between Ashi-vi ie
aud l'.aleig i.
E. BfcfcKutY. Sl. A.TUi.K
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itlchnMMMU Va. Washington, D c
W. II. GKEKS, S. II. 11AKDUCK.
Gen. Manager, A. Gen. Pass. Agt.
SOL HfflS- washing, l?'
POR : YOUNG : LADIES
W hy pay $250 per yea r for )oa rl i nP
and tuition wheu youeau j;et s eootl aii.l
even better ad van luges for $75? For
Kev. C.A HAMPTON Princirl.
All Healing Springs, i. i'.
Careats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all PaU
ent bssinefls conducted lor Mode hate Fees.
u Ornct is Opposite U. S. TtNT Orrtie
and we can secure patent in lata tiaie ihau tboso
remote from Washington.
Send model, drawing or photo., xrlfli descrip
tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not dee till patent Is teenrod.
A Pamphlet. "Koir to Obtain Patent,'? w:tb
cames ot actual clients la jour State, cotatj oi
town, sent ires. Address,
Opp. Patent Orricc. Washington. D. C.
u w ii r ki n
Orarr of theT. C. Stntp Alii a nee,
Mrs. L. L. Palk, jTOj.rietor, J. L. ll.m
seyT editor. .The p;iper will 1
kept, up ta the usual high 'standard '
Snbscrile for it, only $1 p, r ear in
adviiiico. The Progressive Farmer
and the Watchman will be sent to
uevsoscrikMs at 81.00 for oth iw
pers. Subsrriln? riw. Atlilres
The People's Party Taritt
EMERSON FISEER CO.,
New style Leather Top, Side , Bar,
extra well juinted and lriium d. For
Salisbury, N. C.
All the E. & F. warren ted Busies
are branded "E. & F. Co." on the seat. .
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'7 G.'-ft w3 V'vti (w- r?2f i$ti?-i
Children Cry for Pitchers Castor&
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