The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Nov. 30, 1893, edition 1 /
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t',jj!;KJ, X. C, NOV. 30, '03.
DO YOU WANT
A first-c-liwrj National form r-
I'er? The National Watchman, pub-
, T( 11 HK THE BLI E CROSS
, ; ,. c ru.-o opposite your name
t!i;it your subscription willex
" ,,. -fore the end of the month; and
.'.. .-ire the pajer go to you any
you must Hend in yourrenew-
r.T that time. The low price of
.i,, j:it--r yaket. it Ji'sr out of the
. fc-Tio u. senu ii longer man it is
.'-,.-. le governed accord ingly.
THE I C. AGRICriUEAL
OF INTEREST TO FARMERS.
cause in America, and beside., it id Acrict.u.rai Eipiont m
published at the National Capital r . ...Un?
It .,-- ; i, . , v-dI,IU4i- I i an institation established 1
il tttts Illftt en Hnlrcrw! t 1 it: r. benefit arifu1ti
"fe- ' ; iuu miry
lor only 1.00 a pear. I'.ut every re-
u- VXK COUNTY. 1!!' t Wihin lK c-"uJ
" - ;neuoy uoi. A. A. Dm-Ling, is one of
the ablest advocates of the
-s;! WOMAN'S SPHERE
-.,... - ,. - . - . - um i.at.jTp. tie ....
tujppru ODioBH or ?r;;c xvan
; ally. v,as,b out th water trough or ..elllng foP thaT Vn'Tl- VI ;
; an dailv with I .,...?..... "?a-n Per acres
J present among the U , sre oH : lUl .r!tSoa
th. sick ones, ."id to each quart of worth $...! V" Th."' VU
drinking water four fluid ounce of a dream; hin wi f , ld.'
v.v7'""', " w euu-. i know
somnjr 1 grain of th dry acid in four methods rwrf.-eV.r .
.- ,..-, . .-j;.! r.u . ant. c.iinaie ana k
.. l-a in unicn me ft;cit row. are be produced here
,Mt l NEW AIIVKItTISKMKNTS.
II. Cratigny Cancer and
.,,,!- scientifically cured.
.Vt.ragaiirett Machine Co. De-
.',, ,.-ir chest.
pa'-U'e wish to request our reiul
,!, n writing to any of the alio- e
-::.; ;ti,i'-s to Kay that you saw the
- nK-nt in Tin: Cwcasian.
U , i-.trn that Mr. Wui. Stafford,
tried for wife murder in
Jh:..-!"!i county last w i k was ac
. ;w r ue.-ted to announce that
th'-r- ' a CcHjper Oratorical
a,,.!.i! ci. ii test at Salem church, this
t, Saturday tight, Dec. ittli,
I-! very body invited to attend
in.-there be who think, in our
Mii irk- about a "favored few," in
w,rk ti-f'.re last's issue, was intended
f,,r i --ruin oflicials who "happen" to
in u-t now, Not so, it was a
;.: ;.-! at the incijuality of things
,:.,! tt.tuld have leen said even should
...ii,. uf our kith and kin been the
fj.. ..!- 1 few. We are not blaming
:r,. i ;t: ti- s fur receiving but blaming
.-r wiiose duty it is to fix salaries.
I m Not I ii to Tcinptiitioii."
I til it ever occur to you that it is
i.t--thcr wrong that justices of the
,.-;ti . ai.il mayors performing judici
,rv f u :i tioiis should be allowed to
. . A , i - A. T I 1
i-:i;tr'r' a ivr iui coin icciiir a ueienu-
i ' 1 1 r . m
rL.tr ltuuK oi it. lake a case of
i.--a:.it with a doaulv weapon. A
iM.r or justice has only the iower
! :: ! over and if the evidence is I
vituceht lie cannot collect a fee; he
must i. !int over or get no tav. lie
i . i
L.ii, in.; mulct tne prosecutor unless
:rrhaps lie should find it a malicious
ru.-.rution. So it must go to court
iH'nl.-r that may he get his fee for his
rrvic.-s. Now, lie who knew the
wt-aKiu-ss ot man, said: "Lead us not
temptation." It would be con
iv.l v t ry wrong for a .Judge of
th-- ;ipvnor Court or of a criminal
it tu lie j.laced where a justice or
i nuynr is placed. Now if it would
;ii,gerous to the liberties of the
!o .' for the Judges to be tempted
v.th the love and greed that they
might have for the filthy lucre, how
much more so when you place the
temptation before one who perhaps
.j more easily tempted, for in look
.2; for material of whom to make
How can it do this' "pt s'''i l? as dry as poib. and thaa thertt."
To Wrtk...r.., j , . "e prouna atuxild . rr: r, Kled thrice
former in North Carolina waht i lch "ill be useful to eVt '!ff,r:Krl'ru'"hicl!
'p.. , pruinn- frmr M.. u . - ; .a IO!lr Ku'd ounce of co:oaTc:Ai
it UlCAMAX also. You an. ! eair- u. in;.t".y.T- w.n ulpburic AeJd.
I - - -."g.vc lur luemseirea :
bound to have TlfK CALCAfI V or ! are prevented by epens and lack i
some gook State j.ajr to keep you
rictutod .r :.. . .i ii-
, . -j i-j. nca c ih..; i - i no worms nr..
well the aoll i
now th htlll cari
at much lev pr;c
' Mar.r tatk t.ut woain !,rrr
A tao-ih :t ha-t s i;o:t
rhere t not a it! earth Cr hearm
T.iTe s not a ta.k to mankind .xv..
T r t-r 9 not a t-.r-.t; t.r a oe,
TL - not a ve or no,
7h-rt not a !;fe a death t-r b:nh.
That . a ftithef mr-.tt of irorth
itiiout a wofiiati in it.'
i L U4--1 ieu.vrts) uj ieJ ;
!o Nanuaa! Bank, mud iutertal ker. t NEW GOODS!
e aue. and demanded the fre co:cae
of -Avt. M.Klern Ietaix-rcy t Wff take th; Uirtho.) of infortninj
owuedby the tiauk.. ha. faateued j our fneod. and tbe pubii- cenerallr
Internal Rerenue urnm the eountrv ' ,k i, t , , , '
:-rrnanent!v. and ha. declare.! ft.r! vu i""" w,il
l-old munvmetAlsa2. -Vtrcinjn San.
"here only a few fowl are affected
of facilities Atme.neVimen.r-.r" : r"1 of. P"r abcut the siz of a
" rrain or wheat mav forf.l a. ..vn t,
are mttloved acint o r,A
men who. with frv fu "Tt;.r " , throat of each and will bv its odor ui.l
; : T ! xne
right now just on the eve of thf- i ubjects.
Carolina. ou must have THE 1 Hovr can we irnProTe " worn soila at
Caucasus and vou want a V.,inn.ft: " ld-r:
- i " ici lij.ahii . i v p n Tn. .ct ' . i
- lii I rr.n. i,i c . .... . .
- - - - ' ' 1 . . . , . . t . ,i : i f. . i.
J'.r.:iu. and fi.j,!,..
The station win plad to receira
anv question on agricultural t-.pica
an v one ttiftiy d. sire To M-nd. Addreaa
4T"'"th Arricukaral offer
unrrn station. Ka'.ei-'h V (" "
;f wiV written as early apoV
drop of turpe.tica Ii "i -Mati..tt
when of p-.-neml intert-fct. lrf ,-ui :
appear in tht-- columna. The stn answer tr v uue-non
Informal tun antral.
Tick tkt. N..v. i-i.i.
Mr. Kis'..r. I.,tr ir W,- Vo u
S ''.tl'iA'SAV t t.uh
lti for tua-
hsh anv k-ttci. askicj," f
al jiajwr also. Send us H.7 and I crop'! How ran waMt product be
can ret both t,., rvtI... i ?T'.1 aIJ. "liHTd? pi"U
" i . a . i a .i auii , aindiiiavrou&iv frown? 'he m
dropped into the throat ha 4m trn jtixkI
result. I'owdered asafret id, to .rains
per head, may be fed in a mah of .-.ru
meal. Chopped p-arlic or strong- Muea
ing' onions will also ffjund benetic-al.
lumentine rubbml on th outside of
f-pl ere of uefuHe and ren-h-r rre
asi stance to practical farmer.
If mn ! LPr,a,n roois lor cattle
11 Ju ' erasseh for i-entain
the National Watchman.
are already taking Thk Caucasian industry. The vai
and want the Watchman, we will
send it to you free, (will give it to
you as a premium), if you will get us
a club of six new ca-h subscribers
f,.- 'i',... -
nit v.al Asian lor one
worms to let go their hold. 'J hj use of
a small feather or hair loop. iip:-vd
turpentine and tlirust down the'wind
A I KOI5I.KM Mill TA it
Here is a problem for the politic
ians. In Ohio last year Cleveland
lacked only about 1,000 votes of car
rying the State on a free trade plat
form. This year Ohio refuses to en
dorse Cleveland by electing Me Kin
ley by N3,000 plurality. The issues
were the same in each campaign;
there has been no tariff legislation by
the Democrats since Cleiudand al
most carried the State. eal is the
man who made the revenue tariff
plank of the Democratic platform.
W hat has created the change in )hio?
It is not the tariff, because the issue
is tne same this ir if u-u .1,
; - - .v i. 1 L i.v
Mudyof the diseases and inse. ts .f. I coujfi.ea out by toe chi
fectinif crops, and the best methods to
prevent th. ir ravages. To determine
the best varieties of grasses, fruits
and vegetables for the highest mar-
neis. 1 h.-se and a acore of kindred ;
How loriff will it take to reaeh th... Tre s.torm. the kind whirl, h.
: curre.t in .North Carolina since
Th Caltnr. i.d rerllluinc f I'ol.t
I at -pecla: lfom;arn on tfe -.;fre aa
fen .:z.t.i of t:.e r-:at. 1 !,, t..S La; a.ma
"!rr-- -!-2 l.aT.
E'P ol the bWk is often eTectiv.. Ee iiw inJ riV ' ?"grl:i
1 he worms ma v either h wit h,' ralvn I have r,,i tx,ta?r-. . v.. pru-iT
Th. Oiford Tornado f Mar J1. 1 93. inert wl-n t't.e ,3 '. I 19. a eiperl-
' ! Ti.e !:: rm to Pro-
.-.i .. t .... yr 1 iiia
ni..lrr..,l 5. f llv. ...... 1 . ..uu.a uvitm
ford nn lar 5,1 no-. ..... ...... . Z . t e." . .'. r,'J 'n ir.-9 erjrt I us4
'.10:1. 1 will pLvih av;al myself of
It ntid hoj.e st.tue of the reader wi'1
I Lit e .h dau-
K'.'iter sixteen eart. idd, she is ,-r
fond ..f read in;;. I would like v.
ktio-A i,at kind of books p. pro, are
for her to read. an.', where I .an e--t
tin-ui. Very trulv .
A K ik.
1KY iOtils. iKH i:KI, ittmTS
M!K. HATS. T1NWAKK.
ti;r u;vcripiio:i I'Vi'irr. i'i,'m',-nv .
.All of mhic'i we offer, at the very
l.oWKST CASH IMJlCKSft
not furnish lxM.k copies.
s N A j
It..!, t ? t-o.-r ..,,
In-uew !x fore vour tunc m out. It
Mw-s. us tioub'e and insures you not
to tms a single copv. often e can
fC. F. Tor.Iierrn.acn. Mete.-.rU.."..! Eper:a4enl 5ot t:,? '3
.S'.af.on , BJ, '"
The tornado which
A sensible woman letrin e;irlv iti
,e ?.. how her jre aih t!ir ei.arn.--
ie. .v. a ctill.l she i-sn
tje.l n,f, ,,.,., jinnee !.;,
J will not lw undersold t any
'o:.e. With t h.. who have trades!
jith . e no further nvom
j mrudation. The who have not
J should rt our rrire U fore tmvinir.
A. J. Harreil & Son,
yja mat account It n:. im-.ti,....-.i i.
a. . . . ..- . ..... .
I l a TftT.T V..r. ....... W
II t( TiHV iUt f : II... I ... 1. 1... T
put moSt 1,;....,,, 0 - r" r uri" - . n st ii.
Answers should not V
Short time. In manv eases several sea- v c eaiuer .-ervn-e. j mi reports a':;'''";
. . . . .... "in. : have lrf.cn 1-....,.;, ,.rl r... i. - n- 1 ora..ie to tL
b'jusoi eareiui work will be nc-essarv. j r,! 1 i.- ,v . v -ion.
in i.f,e meantime the tatiori seeks to j ""-". 1 "" 'reorv. anl an
wj.i-.ivAjfc nut it.
to t-.e a.-ra r ii t- v- " r ..
disseminate valuable facts and truths
produce, i below,
which will enable farmers to make and ! nT Vr Palh f t!"' l"':''- '
savemonev i ur- J- Hays.
Is the North Carolina .Station at Ral- 1 v ne??,str,u
ek'h doinp all this? i "je 5 o clock
ies; and in addition, through the
Fertilizer Control, it protects farmer
from fraud in the sale of fertilizers.
In this way it has alreadv saved them
millions of dollaru. In answering cor
respondents, it is always ready to jrive
the best advice it can on agrlcultirral
Does the Station print the result of
Yes. It issues freouent bulletins,
and reports. These are all free to
those who request them. I5y valuable
co-operation of the press of the State,
notes of the work of the Station are
printed In their columns from time to
II ow is the N'orth Carolina Station at
Funds for its aunnort art unnronrin-
last. The change was made bv the ted ,the S-ConsrrebS- 1 bough it
- "".i"K iui Lno larmcrs or .Nortn
stay at homeailver men, the low tar
iff free silver Democrats who follow
Allan C. Thurman. Silver did the
business iu Ohio. Rocky Mountain
Cetacopy of old Tom Jien ton's
Thirty Years in the Senate" and
read the history of Andrew Jacksou's
light with the United States bank,
and then measure ti rover Cleveland
with the grandeur of "Old Hickory's"
character, and then call Cleveland a
Democrat if you will, but you dis
honor the name of Democracy when
you do. Ex.
Carolina, the state annronrit nntk.
Ing to it. Xo one need, therefore, fear
that the cost to sustain it is burden
tome. H. B. Battle, Experiment Sta
Publications of the Experiment Station.
The Experiment Station at Raleigh
publishes six classes of bulletins and
three of reports, as follows:
A. Regular Bulletins. Sent to all
names on the station list. Are for pop
ular reading, with scientific terms
evoided as far as possible. Subjects
are chosen to be of most interest and
value to farmers and others, yi have
B. Technical Bulletins. Relate only
to technical subjects and results, of ex
periments, and only intended for sci
entific and technical exchanges. 6
have been issued.
C. State Weather Service Bulletins.
The Met eorological Division of the sta
tion co-operates with the IT. S. Weather
.Bureau and issues these bulletins giv
ing monthly summaries from meteoro
logical observers scattered over the
State. 44 have been issued.
D. Special Bulletins. Issued when
ix'--. :;..: Station 1
1 ne ia.-K of sti! rnamre rm.) ..a n ..
r.ii It!. Of rrr.n f . . . .
. . . , , m - . . v t ... - j ... i...a. oca.
iJ 01.1. i nv, long a?o ataniSotet t.-e use of
m!I..i!'"'!),'r" ,,jT thu tr' " 11 s-"m to pro-
P4ri,...taf,.ra.-roj, of Ir.-, i-.-.a-,,,., i,,,
do . . Ro-l ,,r K-a nilow , n Kull o
-l"f.r,ioecfj,v i.laii.r..- t!:i,o Vei
tes-. a t..e.-e of new: v clear.-. lai.,! Cm,,.
cal ;-,',' :t ,'r'Iii-er BLalyir. a-.. :t 7 o a f i-et.t
'eiiee-.l . ' V ",u- io.- it ,-ent .N.tr.ti .a
storm passing over the state from south It oVilT
to north, and occurred just at the mo- ;E,: t;-'- t!.s r..P m-.re N.t'roijen South
ment the -critical line" or trou-h of I'i.1 S?eH the Nortu. 1- tins at the rata
low pressure passed Ovfor.l 1 ia ..'.,7. I. ' 1 r a r for frst-c.us re-
on packing house mtthods of lard
rrT.dctinc. and there will le less brd
The storm struck Oxford at .1 :
r. , . , 1 . ..
. -. t - '- a- a
; wnirl within the area of
o- lemcmo. r tf,al iinpu'e.s Ti.ay
oe cnarge.i to l,; ,,u,. ),
1 be sensible womi, .joes not Hl- iist'd. Manv people rali-Ttfihit it
low seif-e-rat iticHtion in i.. r, 1 J ' '
to do that which is contrary to reas
ii .r sound judgment. Sh- never
!". h in.-.n so dearly. H"t w irl.st .-md
1 I III
lhg h: bad habit, w hieli
spises. !h;t 'She eanriot t
Her good sense tells her thai ..v,
is s!,oi t lu
a v b f ' r s w r. t i . 1 1 1 . f
markable that there was an entire ab- than 1 -.na. oJt tli -d '' -o "'J a,JM ,h;4t K afT ,'tl",i hid, 1.
Sence of any close or murky feel in" roA W ac J I' 't ai earlr us vou iaa ! Weaker t!,au a bad hal.lt is ,ch reel v
such as is usually said topreeede a tor"- l&U'i?V, ,'" ir""u Kebruary or , worth iiavmo-
wTr'' The .,!.;;.:. woman ,,e7er d-e, H
south to south w
n.- t..t,l r,..V7.V. 4 .'ol pi tt.e .ate F ail
rainiall was about 2 inches. j If you would een.l it. to t iV KasteA tr,i.-k ..f!: i c,,,-,t ,llrt, llt' -UHV safely do it
inepatn of the tornado was from .J-""-ani1 -v lhe s'on'! rp s."-.l you woul.i rind . ares just eiioiio-h about the
, ooiiil; ll. tun I.eeailse h.
jcided that she may safely .
eK'and Ita w Jr ! l? i-prar to ! 'Jf -- and none ,00 ,.'
t... 'vcii 1 at Rrrnnn it n f mi
building, demolished or in jured are in- i fouuM ih T,! ?' ' t.'" :V';it """'r
t . a, l . t - ' 1 " 1 FAaiiLL l llllt-r 1 TI t rl l( I
ii ran Ti ?-s
or late I sense or morality
dicated on the chart bv the letters A .oes from the Ka!terD Part of . taie
v v..s j aJJ Ul ta aY 1 d i f f -S I 1 III ii I C OI ' ' J 'J C " 1 O T W 1 J 1 " '
a. I i v
me aamage to property places the
amount at Slrt.ooo. )nly one person (a
negro boy) was killed.
kw.j yatk of
;jti..es and mayors you do not al
ay? hit upon men with consciences
voiti uf offense. Xo; place them
;tVnv temptation; pay them a salary
r at leaet the mayor, and as for the
;:tices iu the good old days oar
iauMies tried criminals and sent
km. up for the honor there was in
''ux a .J. I. and for certain exemp
from arduous duties other eiti--tEs
had to erform. We believe
'-at it is daugerous and should be
Mrs. Sue V. Tomlinson of Greeus
" ro, spoke at Xahunta church near
3"e hist Friday night in the cause
the W. C. T. U.
-Mr. Nathan Holland was married
't here last Sunday to Miss Saliie
--per. .Matthew Hooks, J. P., offici-
-Mr. .John T. Edgerton of Kenly,
siiis teaching the public school
Mi;? Mattie Merritt who has been
r'jitiii Mrs, John P. Starling, re
:r"fu dome in Goldsboro last week.
Mi:; Xettie Blaylock ti visiting
.a:iv. i near Fremont.
Ihk Caucasiax is read iu our
u:y more than all the gold bug
!-t. combined. We are informed
l-t not a single copy of the "Torch
"if reaches this oflice, but we get
1 copies of the ''hundred-eyed
l -tl-s E.
art. li.i .. . . i ini.
i- ftj .u.nru.,.1
poii IM.Iionored Party The Fflpulint
" Kftter Than the Ballot Boa Stuff
" l-inot ratio Partr-
V -intoa Messenger, May. 1S93.
f taie leave just here to reiter
. " mr weil considered, honest opin-
n Lnut orth Carolina now stands
r" much ia need of a good Elec
lja Iivi- the Australian or some
""jjft are .':
It must be humiliating for those
Democrats, who have been cuisino-
flohtl Shprman fnrmmii' ih fr '
. . ..... ....... . 1 V (ft 1 .J I V .ill'. 1 ft .
,. , , , P9cial subjects demand. Amongthem
mm tne Cliiet counsellor of Presi- are included special bi-weekly fertilizer
dent Cleveland, and the real leader j ng$&i;MMna.
of a Democratic Senate. At the I Iwued each week during: the principal
crop season auring tne year, and con
tain compilation of reports from sev
eral hundred observers ia 90 of the 93
counties of the state. Copies are sent
to any one who desires, provided he
posts them in a conspicuous place after
reading. 132 have been issued.
F. Press Bulletins. Contain short
reading articles for newspaper column
about the station and its work. 44 have
tt. Annual reports of the station.
the present time John Sherman is
the strongest, and most trusted of
all President Cleveland's allies.
Small po. has broken out at Shen
andoah, Va., .md many of the citi
zens were scared and left, thus en-
dangering other towns to which the j ISSSL ZTt
, , u -
a- M 0')S
- 1 1 ii 1 1 -j-
i o at!
!" ' c P a P i
i i-1 ; n d co.
ana nc o a rJ c' -"tt
; . .' i lii JJ ftCftftJ iSl
1 O O O 3 O i : MM id i
' ?5r2ftJ "
fee -rrrtT . '
-id for planting tbo
(.rape tine 1 ire A,.pi. Tree Hylns-.
Enclosed fintl sp.-rimet.sof insects that ir 'est
my .rape vines f ...re or 1. eaeh year fher
60 no serious .latna;e. vi.M Ilk to
wr.at they are and hn-.y tn r,.v the:n.
Wnat t-ausea o many a;.i.:e "trees to die In
gjs.M May !-!-.. A. A.. I'leaant
(Answered by Gerald McCarthy, Botanist Ex
per.a.ent Station. 1
Tae insects are Sinhononhor viiL-oi-. t.-
Pif Tine i0liSe- Tlds Is not tne much dreaded
pnyncxera. hut a ciotir-Iy ;...! vi)t. -1(.s n-hli
' T,'1."15' he readily .1ef.-rove(i ,lf iprayin
wltn the Kerosene emulsion or toLa'c-o d-coc
i.ox. pirparea a. eorains to f..rariias Nos. H and
10 bubetln No St. of tills Station. Ta ln-., ts
If let a.oue. will disappear of them selves short
ly, as they are pursued Ly numerous enemlea
arr.oi.w: their own kind.
T.;e dying of api'la twls is prot.ar.ly caused
by the f ire Bhi:U. a t.fu't.-ri.u c .sea.se for w i,icti
there is no remedy except . i;un and burniinr
r?,"' ';10 Uid "' PT,Wy a-fuded to. Aiwayi
. u. .-..ft,-,-... a. :,-a; ;x lnci.es be-
; ofie lowest "ored poir.t. burn tto part
i Blae Stoaa Tor Corn.
; Please write ma if. In your opinion, it Is best
I to soak corn in blue stone ! efore pi anting It. 1
; J. P. B., Germanton, N. '. j
' tABHWer...1 .v t'lnlA ll,.,-.....- t. , . i
. per.tcent stau-in.) fceed .rn should not be
joak-od m blue stone ae ine treatment ai
. Jure tne aproutinsr power of the grain and
, cause sn uneven stand. T1.0 onlv purpose whica
ft ..ft. uva,um.1..JUi. servo would be the de-
Several of the peculiar effects of tor- may Bu? TeTpore's ttl
nado action were observed, as the more 'ely to be present in the soil or manure
blowing-out of the ends of buildings bv E,itftn JV than on the trains of soiind seed corn,
the expansion of the air within.0 th?
whirling of heary articles from the -11 smutty ears a nu S 'w uSl
south to the north si.ie c.f the storm. , fnuplaia
etc. Quantitiesof shino-les and timbers i '
were lifted up and scattered about. Its ... . ., . ..
chief effect sc-cms to have been a crush-; H,S UFE SAVED BY A BUT "
ing action, and its, foroe is indicated by , .
the destruction of Burwelfs prize Ju, -"e 'M,Be N;irr.-. t'v-a,,e 1 Tom the
house (ii), a three-story structure of : .ut.of an i,ir,.ria..,i Mob.
brick strongly built. " A few days ago a party of Texas con-
It was very dark at tha time of the : ,t--m :i cr.lkd um.n the i, resident tr. .r.
term, so that persons within a few troba-e .Tudcf. JhcoIi fL-d-'o who is a'
hundred feet of its track were not ' cat.didut for th i,",- ,.t x,J
j 1 i-' 1
I I r ,1 ,
..... ..11,11 Hiil IolKS S.MV
lacks rood sense and tirniru s to do
what she lelievesto be riiriit i.-o;;.,,!.
less of eollseijiu-ilees. The sensible
woman is the medium between these
In time of trouble one turns inv-.l
utitarilv to the sensible woman.
Others may be favored com;. anions
when the skies are clear, but under
the clouds are useless as a lace shawl
in a snow storm. Hut the sensible
woman knows you are human, and
M t h f .1. ft. T 1. t ....... 1 1
.... . ..... uini u e seenie.l pro
saic, when your fair weather 1'riemls
comparing you with the angels you
are not grateful, .she does not iush
or loook scandalized, or say "1 told
you so," or become sentimental or
try to convince you that she has
suffered more; you know at once
that she understands that .she is not i
wanting in appteciati n o'r sympathy '
and thftU she will help you' if you
will let her. Chicaaro Tribune.
is in.poitf.b.t. now-a-days to procure
olJ-fa.shioneJ L-at lard. They
di-ma:.J something Ivttcr than the
niesJim sttxk-vardb ptoJuct.
The New Vegetable Shorten. njt;
j "n Walnut Street, at the Centra-
j tiia! I'uni.,i
! -i't. tf.
j K KbV MAN To His ims'I'
j i i.r.ow to Ki.itnw.
MHl I.Dl.l: Tu MliH'I.HKl;
; KVKIiV SHuri.DKK
j i" THK WIlKKI.
.- !" !-! ! e th.- ;'. Ii word ..f the
I nn; r!(oi.uiMii: i ikmlr.
AI.W AYS I AlTHKfl.
. .1! .
.11.1 I- J.
I IV 1.1-le.llie punt 4 col-
I III the Male for f 1.. HI a
She h.i. first1 fullv Supplies that .ii'mni.t
..... - 1 r
nat wi t.. u vi . ...
1 jean, aencaie, lieaithiui and ea
nomical. Ask your guxtx for the
Made only by
N. K. FAIKBANK & CO.,
CHICAGO AND ST. I (H IS.
I .a..M4ft. O. ..
H liat makes a home? Fun, W;il!s of , 1.
Or brick and mortar laid with nicest
Nay, prison walls are made without
Within look not with
I1LUES IIAMU lM l.0J IM.
i 1 -
iui liilurniatioM and Atlas of the ! ,,,
t 1 1 1 . 1,11 1
ji, i.s a b,mk ju.ftt jsM.e.l from The
press, over :.t.io paj.-s an.! On,. Mil
lion Facts worth knowing. lVttcr
than a year's schmdiiiir for the boys
and girls ( OUt. ..., alyonj ,,, j,,.
without this volume of information.
Postpaid by mail f.,r :)oc. in coin,
(.securely wrapped 1 or postal note.'
Address all orders to .1 I a, i
ox -1, Littleton, . '.
I b. oi.i.t :. foi in hi.,1 Alii.
i- r a-t of the M issin,tl..
A In t ti.lt. i .,.! l;j,d tiehterfor
' ' ' A i-.-e and the uiiM' of re-
toiin. Ii ..honld oo regularly U
e-.-T home in V ( ., and every rr
lojin. -h .nli! ihHt rt hisiivigh
take it. .i ..,b!r premium!.
-"'" n to Uoiktl-. Midi na wagOlle,
v. n, ,, , - a.,-. or trnrtii ti-
T -.ill.-l.ic i i.hv V I ile
I'"! P.'o ; 1,'l.ssJ K FAHMKK,
Kalei.;!,. N. C.
AND Jul; WoUK.
viih ignorance and
un detiles the
parties may go.
H. Annual Reports of the Stat
tuc Dno.ro T.Tr ! Weather Service. Contain summary of
mt KObdtK TARIFF. work during- the year, and valuabla
On Xovember 1st, the Democratic ! bned"15 recorded- 6
party had been iu power thirty-four; I- Biennial Reports of the Station.
weeL-ii Diin'roT tb..f firr.., oo 1 Sent to tbe governor for transmission
weeks. Uuring that time (accord- to the b-g-islature every two years.
ing to ante-election statements) the 9iTe outnne.of work accomplished dur-
, . ' , , , ' iog this period. 7 have been issued,
"culminating atrocity" has robbed ; pJ-bocatio.ns ark kree.
US of just if45b.7G9,22). This must I The bulletins and other publications
be charged up to them as thev are in ot the E.xPtrim5n Station are free to
r - : any one tn North Carolina who requests
complete control and could, ere this, ' them. Write application to
Dr. H. B. Battle, Director,
Raleigh, N. C.
SOME IXTERKSTIXQ BtTLLETIXS.
pose to keep tab on this weekly,! No. 70. The Weed Pests of the Farm.
aim now n.xt.erminate mem. ss
pag-es with 10 full-page cuts.
N o. 73. The Best Agricultural Q'-assea,
A valuable compendium of 100 pagee
with 74 cuts, many of full pages. Seed,
and seed adulteration is also treated.
Mixtures for sowing1 on different soils
No. 77. Value of Pea Vine Manurinir:
aware of what was occurring1. There
is no evidence that any one saw a funnel-shaped
Commercial Bulb Culture la North Carolina
(W. r. Massey, Horticulturist, Experimeet i
The ease with vwtich flowering- bulbs
What makes a home? "Twere
far to roam
( uhout-ed than have a part in dainty
ca-.eni district .i Texas. '-Qh, yes," " "erc r gems ot art adorn the
sai 1 the president iii-tunily. "you are the walls
man who divided time vvith the nesro ! there's no hearth fire briirht for
who wi? burred " ; poorest poor
Ju.ice Hcl was naturally surprised ! vv no llnr in the night without the
T::.:t t:io president should have read so j
!y the account of tho terrible venje-
Jl.-. VT Record 1GO per cent.
V -.- - .... ,.. . . - -
I . ... . mr.a n.-i . i j,. f.-rt m
t. E emn.ne-. ... v r.-j.,,...,,., '
o.'l lo hai. Ii tmiy m .,,t, ,,f , r.
al.ln In f.r.-ft.!il,i1, iiru,,ieni .snV'icuL"
.r c.tTfti:ofc;u.'t t.'srimoiilHf.. i-w
H. M. SHEER &. BRO., Quincy, IIU
NOV. lf'.-l.'jt ew.
i'oi s.le a large lot of .vj.oo P. rick,
as good as any for inside work. Tins
off.-r for the month of N'oveniln-r
J,,,y- 11. L. i I; A N'T.
Coldsboro P.rick and Til.- Work.
Nov. v'-l IN.
N'oti.. sot l'ul.li, SiM-akinjri., A Hi-
K.illles and I'letlK-H. Tm V.i-
tiees, or any kind of iWt'T Wnk,
si.e.i. x 1J Inehi-s on Colored or
White I'M pel .
!oilb Kx press for 1-1.
"" by Kx press for irl..Vh
-'") by Mail Post Paid for tl.Kb
Skm. Cash With (km:ii to
catcAmax .loll office.
toldsboro, N. C.
Send its all your orders for Job
have wiped out every vestige of the i
"McKinley monstrosity." We pro- J
adding $13,461,538. Just watch
how it grows and show the result to
your democratic neighbor. Dakota
THEY GET THEIR TRADE MARK.
The Chattanooga Medicine Coin- wit1 full-ra?e photop-apfiic cut show
iii: iu.icaru tiumn ui wneaL. o pp.
panv- have won a trade-mark lawsuit
in the U. S. Circuit Court at Atlan-
No. is. Some Injurious Insects. S3
pages g-ivinjr descriptions of injurious
Inoftto il1il.alail rcllV. 3fi nna
. . , t -1 - v. v. . , 1 1 uir ii (ft.ft " . u ft ft ft. ft. l ucuj-
ta. An attempt was made to enjoin ) tdies are .ussrested also.
No. 79. Facts for Farmers. 1.4 pages
devoted to explaining- in a plain way
.11 . - - V - '"' ' v " -' 1 I. t r. u L-..ft. r. 1 P.- . .. 1 -i
, an sorts are grown in .North taro- an-o which ws wr-a'-i.-.,! ,-,noa the Tpv I "" nouie; i is wneie tne
Una satisfied me Ions-aero that a profit- i,..t tWnM.r e,.,,!,,, , ' -T J weary eonie
familiar with tifab ilower Hade leahz ' ibou'it tliat I a. al l prevent thc ! it, . i ' " ' ,
the Tst sums spent annually for bulbs tra redy if I couid. said Judge Hodges. ! 1- 7 , f 1 ' Kn"w "ur
of Hyacinths, Tulips. Narcissus, Lilies "a-id so I rude over into the crowd with i -ii-, af.esJ ''lt ,
andthelike. Hunoreds of thousands of t-ie air of a field marshal. I ascen-lej llf"re llttle ehlldren play, bl.-ssed
r annv j.et-der. . x- ,
' Nov. '4-1 III. .olib-boio, . C.
A line chestnut Horse, s years old.
Th.- one I have been driving for two
years. I.Vason for selling have an-
l out upon tha
Mr. C. L. Allen, a leading New York 'J'0'1 aro lt',,'t To '-oiiiinit a crime that
florist, seeing the superior quality oi j bring dis.-a.-e ttpon our fair and
Lily and Hyacinth bulbs sent from ' growing citv. It will return to tda-ae
V rw v. r-o .i ; . . . i . . ..ft. . .... i -5
North Carolina, wrote an article in the
American Agriculturist a year or 60
Si urging the commercial' culture ol
bulbs in 2vorth Carolina. The write.
of tl'is h;. since tr'-d to :.,.;.'
Alten in att: aolmg a!!, ai '..n to tt.e
Capacity of the t:.te in this le- i-.-et
and it is likely that ere lon:r m, ' n of
experience and means will start thi
business here. In 1 lv I'hste.n ,iai t of
the State Uic c ulture of Tuberose bulbs
our children's children p.nd will rebound ! , "av"'
to the discre-lit of our st:oe Tr. -.TT i Christian
Look den-ant .
you evet considered the
of oe.ng pleasant!
Just at that moment some one in tha ! bother you feel happy or worried.
crowd whipped oft sre,-..lver, pointed it whether things are going well or ill
it me and shouted, Shout the V j with you, you have n right, by
"h stautly it seemed to me as if every ; 3"ur words or even by a doleful
man. woman and child had revolvers ; countenance, to cast ploom on other,
leveled a- i-i--uriT.rotcctei hrtaAr. Mv' A a Christian, von have. nrm.M.t
The CoisffiGDOlitaii Matazine
liOTII FOP A VKAK!
The (.rat . Illustrated M.uthlies
have in the past xold for $ 4. OH) a year.
It was a wonder to printera hw Th
Cosmopolitau, with it.H yearly 15.'J6
pages of reading matter by the irreat-
est writers -.-f the woild, and it L'
illustrations by clever artint, couhl
be furnished for $.'$.00 a year. Ii
January last it put in the most per
fect magazine printing plant in the
world, aud now comes what in really
a wonder :
WK WILL CUT THE PKICK OF
THK MAOAZIXK IX HALF
Think of it, V2H pages of readiug;
matter, with over 1J0 illustrations
a vilume that would ell in cloth
binding at $1 AH)
FOU ONLV liij CENTS.
In ord.-r to meet the continued '
We will send you The Cosmopoli
tan Magazine, which ban the Htronir-
est talT of regular contributor of
"'but!' I exclaimed.
them from using the name "Thed
ford" and "M. A. Thedford iic Co.,"
on their liver medicine or Black
Draught. Judge Newman dismissed
this suit and taxed the plaintiffs
with the costs. Thedford's Black-
Draught has been in constant use I
you are commanded to d e wi be si, l u i,.,, ,,.....,. ; , ' xoronir
' ' v 1 l .o-oiv , in ;..,an.e, - -. Vt.ur.
ful, I have I
u in all j
Standard Patent Medicines! i
wits dm not desert me. I to have, a light in vou heart, and stringency of the times- since i.eo-I V."l.. ..f' . . periodical ana JHt
I. 1 . l . .. 111 1 . !. .. ! . .
ieu to et it "in oe sick wi
...... . - .... 1 T . .ft .
importance, and the markets of New ! ... noiueu sua louaer. ----- . ou aie not onjy to rejoice, as well as when it is plentiful, I have '
for over fifty years and is one of the j cnt-
the growth of plants and what they
need. Home-made manures are also
treated, and the action and use of lime.
A very interesting bulletin.
No. SO. Silos and Ensilage. 18 pages
describing the construction of a silo
and what to put In It, with suggestions
for stock rations. Illustrated with II
1 t . ft 1 X ft . ft t
standard medicines of the country. I for it.
doll rs h a i p bftft-in !
cuim tuotriiMug it, auu n is j (Gerald McCarthy, Entomologist Ixpsrlmaal
has for years been a matter of soroo j
- ' , 'ir -T-- OT-.. t . . -ft ....... . U 1 . NUT T. 1 . v . . ... . . . . , . ..
York and London are mainly supplied ! " ' " v mow processes, xiM,, joy , evermore, tiave made a frweepiii" Led net on in al'
Si. U X'ft.i -,- r- , - f ,, : Of SWlln.l r..cnrr,fti r t.,,....-; t .- ! VOU (,.J V . .. 1 . In" v 1.1 ji ill ai.
nim .oria Carolina luocrose uu ! ts. : . . ...ft.-.. -v c-..ajjuo an m j " - - u, uiuueu ine uuties
But the tuberose has lost its pormUirj- . divid-.fi! m, .1. let 11s do so in an orderly and trials of one day, "to be a bless
ty with fashionable people End ti.e .ia- tnd euict mai.n.-T ' i ing, "making your "very presence a
mand for th bulbs has decreased. ' Th: r ii.,ple word 'but.'- said Jndg. hfrht and joy to all vou men) rv
But there are many other bulbs that n, . ' . Vf l;,.?;( ,: :,,uti ..,avei1 myllfe it. -Cumberland rr,Vtenan
are used in increasing quantities an- . VvV'Mn-t ti l' - ' ' enrti.tt te9uienan.
nually that can be grown here as well ! "i" "L' - jrrr-.- - r -
as Tuberoses. The best Lilv soils in! . .
the State are the black peaty ianasof i miemrath Chicago. IMWI W OFlfl KDOWllKT
the immediate coast. These are also ! nicer... r..-r,,, 1. ; ..v,,- !
V, V .4. tJT .1- 1 3 - . -ft-., v.--.. -. b- . ift.o .ft.... ... t . ftTl luuit : I
m H?Ch ar,clssus' of the material which is being used to
Koman Hyacinths, and Gladiolus are ; y- - n-n-r. r. -t v
better for the upland districts. The 'c cn . i?:irn,"n street between!
Gladiolus particularlv is mora nn- Ma.orniaa&l Ugiikid avenues. James
I handle all th- proprietary Pat-j
ent Medicines and jKipular Specifics'
and am telling the bottles heretofore!
-hjIiI and now sold elsewhere at l,j
nooga Medicine Co., have an im
mense iaboratorv in Chattanoogft,
just at the foot of Lookout Moun-! JKhe dlsf-tfe
Is a disease well known to
FOR 85 CENTS CASH.
SPU'ER'S Mil; STORE,
Uft Ontre St..
(o!dburo. . f.
Kef. Voiir I'iano ( f Uriijht.
If your piano has a bluish, sninkv
a.-l .v. -i t .. - . . . 1 f,.,;..,.V. , ,(.!. .1., . . - I 1 . 1. ll.
icu 10 me upiana sons. ur. Allen '.u- oi me lesi-ieuis 01 ine uis-; i"jv or 0100m upon tue cae, it
thinks that the Piedmont section is Irict, and several of his neighbors de- i means that vou do to take r.ror.er
host, frtf ell TwIKc -.t-.-I T t... j..v .. i . ft- - ., .., .,- . .
C l otc u.juu i-i-.-u i.iftt- (..liL-eiieu action in tne care or tnis delicate piece of furni-.
tho stto ?t,,t. g-ro"n.a"ov" matter. It wa. dark night before last, : ture. The following method of : e a! o ke-t evervthiii"- u-u-1
UngcSt cold Armed with pickax cleaning a rosewood cJr ebony ll ally found at a First-dass Dru !
most growers of poultry and often des- I overtMrty 3"ears makes me feel cer- -1-- -uraiu i. u. tuey .a.f was jrive to the writer by a
trovXirbr tt for Lilies and Dutch Hya- J- l- StJt" han at 9 o'clock a, manufacturer of pianos:
is caused by a very slender, cinins' at least, tne black soils of th n orwiR sirtet ana uoman avenue. ; -Make a suds of white castile
Nov. -.'-tf. s
I., .... 1 o-aat rarrin-n n . -- ..... ... . . - I r- I".' .. ... : - -1. .
i inreaei-iiife. reaaisn nematoin wnrr. - & " 3"r"' ij -m v w nr nasme ueaviesi. man in anil liwew.irm a.'i.r ..,.,. .. ,..
They have a branch house in j scientifically known as syngamus tra- ! her ln the tat- They are in fact the party, to him was given the honor of sponge with ihif and wash the ,.!
St. Louis. This company also make ! cneaiis. 1 nis worm is cnaracterizea tr
A . . ... ' , I the permanent union of the pair
.jIcElree s Wixe of C.-vrdvi and ! , ,
, - 1 sexes, and cannot be narted without
have a reputation for integrity and ; rupturing the bodies. The female
fair dealing, second to none.
'WORSE THAX -MLlH;s;!.
(.rv.ftft- 1 i. .'
--3 uuuses uve cicii iu
'-'-Mi. I'ori n or tn tho nurtv and
If; 1 o - f J
f . - - lftiip t auu 1 uiu upoLi it
I r!-:.cu it. We know educated,
40ie. h-- -k
? -ea-toii gentlemen who are
. 1 lcs'ly Democratie, who would
r,th- triuoiph of the Third par-
' e tnm.-.ph, of the Democracy
resortin - f 1 . j
to low dangerous, ne-
TLUCtiVe mhods at the ballot-box.
When silver was demonetized by
the Republicans in 1ST3, the white
metal was worth $1.32 an ounce.
Cotton brought 20 cents per pound
in Atlanta and wheat $1.50 per
greatlr exceeds the male in size.
The matured worms are found only
in the wind-pipe of fowls to which they
cling leech-like on the walls, sucking
the blood of the parts. The female of
each pair produces 2,000 to 3,000 eggs
which remain within her body until
she dies. Thev are then loosed by the
decay of the parent body, and if they
remain within the wind-pipe of tha
fowl the voung worms emerge from the
shell in a few days, and in a few days
the same character of soil as that of gtrikiiig'the first bl
-luuauu in a climate lncomparaoiv
.i.. .,,., . , - ieio
IS IN YOUR OWN HAND.
i:kfoi:m at thk north.
'-Tin- I 'n.ir.s-l a is I. ...
low in the interest of face of the wood sid. .t x- .- , '
rm. For two hours the men worked. : then take a.mall rd; of oh" . ; "?W the r . .M. JJ. A.,
culture is once started in North Caro- casting aside vvhatever material they en- : dampen it with kerosene and go V I':tr ,of the ri WvZSMtVIZ
Una by men of experience there is no countered which they did not think over the side of the case which von 1 U .Ul anxiou, to talk with 5.E' ."" brain power ; car U.k or
vemeiit. When they have just washed. " ; our Inends in the South. For ihU 'rftbSft
resuit fchowed they had ; Nest take a soft cloth and polish pU'I"e it will at present b- sent, r?01 &M' ot '
rats, 1 section of Alal- the surf v,;... ' : ' iS2f.?.! -F-'1 ' Mfri?. Mtwetiwiy pn-
tn 1 j ft.. , . - . ""ur uour; mis r III. i . ' r ry .riBa.r m me family la rntar.
myself, and lately a large Dutch grow- " ' , ' T'l!' les all moisture, and your piano Clgni VfCcKS !0f IU LBfltS. '. ionJSSX.i
Jdaarlem in Holland. .T' Vi. cat w looks as s-ood as new. ... LINK or r at r. .LV, IT
doubt that a good and profitable in- made good
dustry will be added to the State. .t- count
tention is beinsr attracted to
by articles written by Mr.
M 1 1 . ft ft tt , . 1 -. UU-T UUf. 1 SeCTtr.l. OT vrcfo. r..r .s 1 1. -
-M- oi ouius at naanem in noiiana, ' , . , .. , --' iooks as good as new
wrote to Mr. Allen for further informs- ldu aiu-cned, s "yaiier
11- ..... :..-r. 'Jr ran. Darf al life- ih m.r te
Tt ; ... 1 . e are IlOW PUMl-hllit?- a eerie r,f 1 craned. A wei, - oeliil fixi. cv iiv.ito
.... : : . . .. ... - 'i.j"OL.iciosiaja von r rn no , . . ' .... j . r ;.
won saying tnat be ia thinking of '.mongrel ,. i rabbits. 1 goat, 1 wire atraint tu ,ii 1 ..... : able speeches each of which U worth I rrhT-i-f ""'fl f? wU, fcM
- - . Uaa tut 1 ria . "its , - ----- - - " . v intmine TxiDiiaii an
usnei. lo-ilav Ibvo silver is ! duce esrn. The hatchini? of the ccjr 1 Lrnnm cT-onnH. ThArw u r.
tran&irrinr his busme&s to this conn- bus. tie. 1 hirhi murrpr r.f v h.r,TCa. rv.nA
j . i - - kjaj. q t r- -i -
try. in speaking of soil needed, this ly preserved Uiongh frozenl-Chkao ' A
gentleman says of Hyacinths, '-they Times vuicaeo dampness from y
are piatitea m aincrent grounds: one
necessary to keen the 111
our piano. Selec- njll;t '"t t.-t her.
worth T3 cents an ounce Cotton ? i MC.U" onl? il kept constantly j great Interest to choose a country : Mis? Elder (displaviug her new gown)
' moist and at a temperature of about M (where different grounds are to be New. this is a perfect copy of a dress
VV U M VUU VAy MUU ITSavUb X - V. -L-l V,J IM j -s, j . -a- -ft-k V tv. Jftft. , al UV ' VI C w--a.
th- money. Th- .
THK I'iiOC. FARMER,
OtDCT H.l2rar1r rn til
ll aild South r.r4me ll't'"-t tbe home clrcla. Yoti will
bushel. Aud then talk about a sin
gle gold standard and the demoneti
zation of silver ! Bosh. Worse than
foolishness. Favetteville Gazette.
A fellow in Smithville who coulc't
j spare two dollar a year for a news-
Thevt'r 5 Q OUT ea"n?' 1 vaper sent fifty two-cents stamps to a
. lleve rh-jt TV,;r1 r.n.tr;-rv, :, ' down-east Yankee tn know how to
A .ii. ft. lj iciu iq .
itlT - thiin ballot abuses. Let
raise beets. He got an answer,
''Take hold of the tops and pull for
all you are worth."
eept in the wind-pipe of a fowL If th
temperature is below 60 degrees F. the
eggs will not hatch, but will retain
their vitality for a year or more, pro
vided they are kept moist, hence con
tagions gapes ia a wet land disease.
When the affected fowl gapes and
coughs for breath some of the worms
with their eggs are ejected into the
water troughs where the fowls fre
quently congregate, evidently tryingf
to allay the inflammation in the wind
pipe by drinking copiously. The
ejected worms or eggs are gTeedily
eaten by other fowls present, or the
water containing them is drunk, thus
spreading the disease, and in larg
flocks producing a veritable epidemic.
found. Also that the ground must be
situated so that it will not suffer from
An Cnkind Remark.
-Mlianre Lec turing In Wil-on Count
T r Prrr T "V" . : .... ,
of the f.rt etriT.ir. i . .o.,-,. v., .i. i,, -j..
r,-- J,.. v.- i , F.tilTfiR Tu r Pirr.ci.v
drought, nor where tha hulh will V ! , ..f memoer exactly : - ; --
drowned out." These conditions ar i UGW - 1 ''"Jgea' J s"--riose.-- ogt.
AO C. I . na i-aAl -v a . i ft ... . . . T -la . J '
x-r"."1-,.--- country oi , . poimmenis: i win gpeak at the fol- Ifyoawsnt improved r.r Cr.;miro-.ed i
t iu' . ,- e are strongly .n . ".-"- ! lowin h'me and nlace,- on which u wttie . colony fJrfru.if. froii
hopes that this gentleman ma v be in- ?-he drying No doubt vou think yon -r,, piace. gr.wmt-. track ?srden.ig or uca rsuing.
dnced to come here and start this busi- would have been hant.ier if vou had mar. ' Bloomery Alliance. - Nov. 29 uJa want s good location, Bpoa whicli to baUd
ness. which has been the source of so 1 rie l s0m one e'se- i Rockridege " - . -to onorc.ty.
muoh wealth to Holland and for which u vl- i'iT.-u v v - SDrimrhill " r. ' ifyo-wnt timber land for lcmber. itaTe.
our soils and climate are far sutrior ' ) A 3 n d have been ha?PIer. ! p j t r "i " 6C' 1 Ue" or B-,,h"ie
Since writins-tdTefor vf? t ! too. so I am revenged. -Truth. i Red 0ak Grave Alliance 2 Wy? wt tbe be., b.rin, in ud..itn.td
i t jte to extreme uf hirfi anint. , HMr-wH.
eney if yog bar. the OIKULE OF VENCiTweU
Bj-al: ktvep op your epinta by ha-la IemorcM's
Mli7.;w to read. Rv mt-i.Mn. ... t.
ft '..-..-, .. in:. !ft ton will rt mii.i-f .
" leiuoiJ. 4 I llil Ola. l C rr .wu in
Allen writes that a vear or so ago he '
imported 100,000 Lily bulbs from ; A Gr-
France, which came in such bad order Edwin Will your mother consent do
that they were unfit to sell. He sent ; von think?
he waultTh. states, wi astoudS. ' "3 10 -t Tit-Ihu.
' VI iml I"0- operb premlDm picura.
: 1. cftliiKhea. " I'm Iiiy !- a hich ii a.moat s real
. i --j --i-. vi ...a nificai ou paintief wblca
i coat and r(ra will bar a naeaxine that cannot
CHEAP EGZE3 FOR EVERYBODY. ! T
A y poated on all tbe tODita of the Amr ari all .hi
Please publish the folio W;ny an lr wnt tr'dir-.proved farm at low r rice l?L'"$ t7Ilt.,',nL..0, .lBtwrt
lu- luuow-ftilj ap- to a healthy ctiotf. ' hoa-ho,d. beeida farni.bSnr lntereli-K
a .. 1. K "nQ 87. ' lD wtioie ramlly ;
nd wbi Demorei'j 1 not a faihion uanzlaa
Jufanbion paira are perfect, and oa get wit It.
rree of coet. all the psttenn ftm nih to dm dnrtcr
the year, and hi any tiza yon eboo-W. trud in.
yoar aubeertptioo at once, only $i 00, and to will
f1'7 Kti. OT'r t-OO in alne. Addreaa (be pnb.
lisher W. Jettnirpa Demon... 15 Kart 14lh St.,
ew York. If on are nnacqnainted with tb
Mtwneaetidforaepedmeacopy. A UreeJCAD.
KANGLB mean hemeaty; a lartre TRIANI.L
eeoemeitr: lorr nVMT 6lVLIOV OF THUMB,
-.--rmg will ; I.ONO SlX)ND DIVISIOS, kwoiu
Id? facnUy. The KOC.N'T OF JCPrTtB betokens
mbit,on : that of SATURN, prnd-tir ; tbe 6 CI.
loeof pplendor; MAPftS. roorara: MOOf . Imariaa'
tion ; -V NUf, Vot-e of piea-mra ; sad MKKCCBY,
tntellirenc. Taa oar adrioe aa above and yoa
win be su to poastM th Uat sad ki TStaaltta
. . r . -
Sneakinfr to i.nmm o v.t,.t. i ln wn euile- on ,on or -hr,rt time
t ... .... ft. . , . , 1VM f. ir-ruil wn. in .rt .. ...... I .-
F. . , . ft - - ft-ft ui- in vr- L( ii qq
rr. K. ... t- . r (i i n. ... A. . .. . . i .. ... r
- " ft ' , . i. - - - - - . a i . i . rip. n nil xo
p. m. at each place
Piogressive Farmer please copy-.
.IVA Pi ft- . r.r-
Lecturer Wilson Co. Alliance, j ntia iu wiacu y..u u.Tu notke.
ei:h--r of mi h:k piviuz price and dee
cr:;.t..jL ft.f ;.r da et.t fre oa tpplicauoa.
J. ECSH K;D'.T73.IX. Tcwa City. TtBaeatm.
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