THAT OlIilM'l K AJAlN.f.l thi year. Thou
(Coihhi'h l from In-f .; ) i ion for return of eoi.
April. It in to pn'Binn-d thi j
balance of th State wh:i operated
upon in the ha mo w.iy. At let
ti.u R.itlnr pfiftMetn'o ivwaho ; ho
fact that su- h was t ho c ia
The statement in the Pivjit-oice
Farmer that Jl was active in se
curing the repeal of the Alliance
charter ami voted for its repeal 13
false. There vra a diiTereuce of
opiuioa as to what ought to be. done
and upon the passage of the bill 1
did not vote- In m former coa -muoicatioa
I say, first, tLa: rn-n-y
of the Alliance lectures last je;u
were third party candidate. Thn
cannot be denied, and f dtnied C2u
be easily proven.
I say next, the lectures were paid
4,3G4.1b out ot the Alliance fund-.
We turn to proceedings ot Stait
Alliance at Greensboro, August 9 h.
lOlh and 11th. 1S92 ou page 9, aud
fit.d, anions ibe disbursements ot
the treasurer, the item "i'or le;,
ur:n $ 1,3(5 i-lrt..'
I bay fuither, that Mr. Grahnoi.
trustee of the li. A. I'umJ, lias be u
called upon for 1,100 to defray ex
penses of lecturing and other t-x.
We turn again to proceedings oi
1S92, and ou page 30, we find thi-t
the following resolutions 'vas adopt
ed, "lieauived, That the Executive
Cairu'ttee of this State Alliance be
authorized and directed to bonow
for tbo uae of this Aliiaucei 51,200
from the Trustee of the liuaines
Agency Fund, and to repay the
same from t lie receipts ot the ollic
of Secretary, Treasurer and State
Business Agent, above necessan,
vTfnHP.-i And the tiustee is an-
thorized to withdraw
on said funds to secretary trea-ur
ei s Cilice until same is paid."
Again, J stated that, tL ttie lat
State meeting President Butlt
rnld that a reduction recommended
by the committee in the compensa
tion allowed delegates, applied to
tne delegate attending the meeting
of '92 while 37f borrowed by Air.
Butler was given him without ob
jection. Turning again r.o proceed
lugs, p-ige 30, 1 find the following :
"By request, the Presideut made a
ruling aa to the ameudment as pei
mileage of delegates and other
members which was as follows:
That the change in the constitution
as to actual transportation expens
es should apply to this meeting,"
and ou page 35, 1 Had the fullowing,
4 Brother J. M- Mewborae made a
statement.in regard to a loan made
t President Butler ty order ot the
Executive committee through V.
II. Worth for 4j,". On motiou the
amount of $155 was remitted to
Biother Butler, and the note held
against Liut by W. II. Worth order
id to be cancelled.'
It will be seen on page '), that in
aJ.iitiou to making President Butlei
a preseut of 155, a above stated,
tie was paid his fu'-l salary n0.
aul was allowed 512.15 for expen
se The items making the totai
ot txfteuses not given. It has been
s:d that the amendments to the
charter originated in the evil minds
ot the legislators, that there va
n ) reason to be urged in their favjr,
i nat there was simply a desire to
i' jure the Alliauee, and the ainend
m nt most complained ot is that al
lowed the funds contributed by a
member to be withdrawn. Those
wiio say this do not know the facts,
o knowing them they will not giv:
t he n to the people. They are Al'
liaiicerueu only 111 so far as the name
is 0 nonymous with Third partx
uueij, and uo further.
1 say that the records ot the Al
liiiiceshowa iteeessity for some
change, 111 that they show xtrava
ga ice in expenses of le'Murtr :, and
that many people desired to with
draw iheir funds and could not do
On page ot proceedings of "2 I
fin 1 a report of trie Executive com
rn'ttee signed by Messrs. Alexander
& Mewbome, from which I ukej
ihis extract : j
Your committee would recom-!
v e id the change ot the lecture sys-;
tem. It is more expensive than any
we have heretofore had, and the! Vll,. s c daughter or our beloved
, 1 , , 1 1 , ,l f :,, ' e
good work accomplisheu is nut iu ! ivisior Rev R Z. Johi'Son there- !
t, lioi, nev. i. ... uouub im.it
proportion to its cost." Ihis shows! int it j
that a change in the system is de j Jic,irc,i 1st That while we sadly !
sirable. that the expenses have in depior tho bereaving stroke that j
creased, and that results are not in j has taken her, in the bloom and
.nroDortiou to cot. T.-i nlain hnJ..,,. li. fr.f.o i,,! rmt. I
. I - -
guaae, we would call this extrava
;ance. Oa page 11, I find the trusi
tee's report, from which I make ttm !
extract: ''There a.e treqaent ap-al, thinffS welp- acknowledging that JVenn. Geu'l Pass. Ac Ticket Agt
plicitions to the trustee for return ' what u doetn we uow not now. XVllle' Tenn'
of money contributed to the fund, j but beieiving that we shall know t .Subscribe lor tne Lincoln Cou
several hundred lraviug been receiv-' beieafter. uiee.
n provis - s
opt on dissolution. I S ato Alli;nee
Tho Trns'et-'.s bond -vouhl b re
spimsible for any xn -y so re'iinnsi
Tlern nro also sn
tinj' s to hav c it 1. t d as a cash
f:iu 1 in tlio hands of .1 .State ttusi
ties agent: Under itie, conditions
nt wliich it wu.i conrnb'jted this u
impossible &e. 1' any change is de
sired, I bUggeat that Kvfcutire
Committee be instructed to obtain J
authority by law for the action."
The Pfo.jrczsicr Far.-uer has said
tiiat only 13 have applied siuce th 1
-idjournmeiit of the legislature t 1
h.vr ihe amount eontnbuted o.
ihu'n rf uiwl il It !; Mil' S-i t T i I n !
tht the ''several hnndied' who
cording to the Trustee's report de--ired
their money before the; could
get it, do not call for it novs ? The
irutli is they are calling for it. and
not getting it, and t ha great reason
of the cry ia;sed, and of t'te threar
to pnblis'i the names ot those who
ask for tlieir money is that it is on
namis 10 pay wiih. If the iVo
res ice Farmer and Gt unman dou :
ta s, and will promise to print the
letters, I will turnish several bom
Trustee, written tince the adjouni
merit of the legislature, saying, ;,j
subctacce, that he hasn't the money
uu hands to jiay with, that he w.b
make some collections, and may be
able to pay in June or July.
I do not intend to ay that tin4
Trustee tquaedered any part ot Un
bind, and 1 know of no reason for
making the charge. I presume tea!
he has held the fund and paid it
ot s directed.
The report of the Trustees a;rj
shows that under the constitution
tnd charter of the Allinnce there
it- j 111. i1.1u.1i tn -a 11 1 liru'ivii tlirt wilt
j .ir.twal of the money contr ibutcil .
j and that this pou er could only be
granted by thvi law-aiiking jovei
the legtsiaiure. "Several iniu
dred' were asking tor the monev
contributed by them to be refunde- .
there was no power under the char-
ter and constitution 10 refund 1 hi s
mohey, ami under these ciicumstan-
tis the legislature foilowing th '
suggestion of the trustee, comes ir
tud amends the charter f-o tha"
money contributed might be with"
drawn. Is this a great crime ?
Many ot the men who wish to
withdraw their money paid it in be
ieuiug that it was being contribut
ed to a non-political organization
ior good ends. They now beleivc
it was beiug used against their in
terest, for political purposes- 1
ihink they were entitled to their
money, and it is strange to me that
there should be a difference of o-
itinioM niiOfi thin Von aih I ;in
partners;-! beleive you aresquan- j
lering the money for bad purposes, j
i there 13 not way lor me to get my
money, ought not one to h made? j
In addition Io this, Capt. Powell, I
Chairman of ihe legislative commii- f
tee ot ine A'liauce. told several
metn ters of the legislature that tho
change oiigtit to be ruade. I have
written more than I intended ar.d
would wiite mote, 0,;t 1 wlh ui',
iiticle to be read, as it is ia repU
.0 personal attacks upon me.
The Projreice Farmer of 'May
lfuh, after publishing the card of
Messrs. Alexander, Mewborne and
others, says '-All the papers that J
nave btoa putdished Stevens' letter J
the Observer included, are expected I
ro publish the above denial, or else j
(i'L.i- ,.i nt
uu, uc,Truw.uc .,.x.w '
tiratiug the Alliance and individ- 1
u-ds unfairly.7' By the same rule I !
cali upon tliMt paper and the (7rws
casian to publish this communica
tion, in full. I do nor. reply to any
of their personal tings, because it
is belot ihe plaue legitimate discus
stou, and because they emanate
tiom the editois of the Caucasian
and the JVojrcivFanncr.
5 no. A Stevens,
licsolutiaiisi Adopfel hy tliv
Congregation of" iln Dallas
, . . ,, - , i
Whereas. God is his ah wise arid
mysierious prov:lence has seen
ploper to r(M,;0ve from the earth I
iir K.itie C-iwfnrd of McGonnels i
illOVttTl. IHO. I'UUJ KIKUIUI J' - I
1 devoted husband and loving child- j
1 !ren, yet we bow in humble submis
Uiit to tpP ni 0f Hun "who doeth
Jtt s,.!n i, -mi j nat we ueepiy
sympathize with 11m bereaved par
.-iif am' family in tin ir sad aflbct-
ions ami tray that they may be bus-
tailed and comforted by the b!e
M-d assurance- tbU our loss is her
Jt. iu! old That a copy oi
theMr resolu'ioiis he sent to tin be
re tved fandh and also to the Lin
coln Co crier ami A'orth Carolina
Pi b titer t in with que. it that the
V. T, Henderson,
.J. A. IJcNiU;,
Diila, N. C, June lbM'.l
UosImS" i iiiratiil Aiiiei i-
The iieeu and Crescent Route
wideiy known as the road running
the Finest Trains in the Sonth," is
in the nld to carry everybody from
the W nun to the Worlds Fair ai
ChiCiigo. No part or' the Southern
country is left uucared for by thi
near railway and its connections.
The Toronto (iar system ii an ad
.niiablu exposition of the wonder
tui capabilities of Americen rail
roading. From New Orlearo
Through Sit -epintj cars run dail. ,
morning and evening, carrying it
passingers via Cincinnati at Louis-,
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From bhieveport, Vicksburg and
Jackson another Through Sleeping
Car Line comes to join and hecomt
a part ot the magnificent VestibuleJ
rntoogh trains, which passed
through Birmingham and the fa
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joined at Chattauooga by the tram
from Jacksonville, Florida, Bruns
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i V . & (ia. Ky., and proceed
north over the beautiful Cincinnati
Southern, through the grandest
natural scenery and most attractive
historical country in the world, ;
Oakdale, where another magnifi
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mg (roui 1 he Richmond A: Dmviile
System, tho Ueaatiful French Broati
country and Asheviile, N. C, an:'
Kin xvilie, Tcuu.
Tne time to Chicago is made so
as to aiT.jfd the most convenient,
hours tor tho departures trom the
piiucipal cities, and arrivals ia Chi
Pasteijgcrs can purchase tickets
good over one line north of the Riv
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desire a variable ronte without ex-
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Cincinnati!, ieiaiumg via LouisviU -,
; or vice vci aa .
Round tiip tickets on sale at re
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;o line wiil ou request assist in
looking up rooms or accomodation
for visitoiB 10 the Fair.
Everything that au almost per
fect system can devise to deserve
the praise and patronage of the
traveling public has been provided.
Any of the agents of the company
named beiow, will cheerfully give
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or D. C Eiavai.ds, Cincinnati, O.
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Pallmau Supers, ruua solid to
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1 "'he ''Ciiicago Limited ' is a solid
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The E. T., V. & G.. is the only
line running 1 trough trams to Cui
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Stop over.- allowed at Cincinnati
and Louisvi'ie, on all World's Fair
The E T.. V. & G is the only line j
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IN EFFECT May 15tb, 1892.
CHESTER & LENOIR N. G. R. R.
No 11 I
Lv. 8 30 atr Lenoir
9 35 Hickory
10 07 Newtou
10 f)3 Lincolntou
11 45 Dallas
1 2'J pm Yorkville
Ar. 2 45 Chester
Ar, 9 1G pra
5 20 :
Lv. 3 05am
CHERAW & CHESTER 'N. G.R.R
Lv 4 05 piii
Ar 0 L'S
;&rU 33 am
j 1C 40
Lv 9 20
CHARLOTTE & STATESVILLE
Mo Gl mixed No C5 mixed
Lv 5 20 pnrOLarlotie
Ar 11 20 am
Ar 8 10
Lv 8 00
LvfoiJ; am Charlotte
Ar 'j 20 pxa
5 10 am
Lv 4 10
1 2 oa
Ar 12 oo
No. 12 leaves Statesville for Tay
or8v:ile 1.10 p. rn., arrives Taylorsi
ville 2 23p.in. Returning, leaves
Taylorsville 2. 50 p.m. arrives States
ville 4:00 p.m.
For detailed information as to lo
cal and through time tablef, ratts
and Pullman tsleeping-car reBerva
tiout, confer with local agents or
Jas.L. Taylor, Geu'l Pass. Agt.,
W. A. Turk, A. G. P. A.,
Charlotte, N. C.
S. A. Dodson, Snpt., Columbia,S.O
W 11 Green, Gen. Mr, AtIanta,Ga
Sol Haas, Traffic Mgr Atlanta,Ga-
CAROLINA CENTRAL SHCEDULE
In effect May 7th '92
Laily except Sunday,
Passenger, .Mail fc .Exfress Thaw. '
STATIONS. Arrive. Leaves.
Wilmington 9 50 a m
CiiarJotte 3.00 p m 4 45 p m
Paw Creek 5 03
Mt Holly 5:15
Stanley Creek 5 30
Iron 5 50
Lincoluton G 07
Oherryville G 33
Wac.i G 41
Shelby 7 04
Lattimore 7 24
Ellen boro 7 58
tostic 8 20
Forest City 8 32
Rutherlordton I 8 45 p Q
Daily except Sunday.
Passenger, Wail & Express Iraia.
STATIONS, j Arrive.
Rutherford ton I a m
i; Forest City
b:do p m
Ihrough passenger train No. 24
leaves Chailotte for Raleigh and
Poi tmoutbjVa., at 10.00 p m
Through passenger train No. J17
leaves Portsmouth, Va., at 320 p. w
and arrives at Charlotte 5:00 a. m.
Wm Moncurz, iSupt.
Local freight tram No. 7 leaves
Charlotte at 8 a m, Lincolnton 10:13
a m and arrives at Shelby 11:45 a a.
Local freight triu No. 6. leaves
Shelby at 1.45 p m,Ltncolnton 3:10 p
m and arrives at Charlotte 5:30 p m.
No. C and 7 run daily except Sun
day and carry passengers,
Passengers and mail train No.
24 leaves Charlotte at 10:00 p maod
arrives at WilruiDgtou at 9:45 a m.
Passenger and mail tram No. 23
leaves Wilmington at 5 p m and ar
rives at charlotte at 5 a m.
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