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WILSON, WILSON COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA. FEB. 19, 1S91.
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I Lad whipped the fight. They
all came and they came a talk
ing and they were so sorry that
I rnissad il all, for it was a fine
wcddiiix- and a fine feast and a
very Hue party, and everybody
was so nice and the young folks
were splendid, and the bride
was a picture and her maids
were charming and the music
exquisite and the presents were
just magnificent and ether ad
jectives and adverbs, interjec
tions and exclamations too te-
;ud to mention, oh you ought
to Hie wedding. All
uif and the baby. I'm
'ni'cthing yet. I can
;' the grandchildren
mother and grand-
i r s tra V. T SO' ft?'
, .tAii.uu-mnin.r :,., ! to have been there, you don't
!. , ,;t )zn 1 didn't fori 'mow what you have missed.
; ::v :ody had to jAiv! i know it all now, I think I
f'-ii'd the sweet JitUej do, eve;y bon mot, fox pas and
v.-'me and calls me j -Mr de epnt, I know which had
' I never saw a worn- the tno.--t beautiful dress and
: J.At love a wedding, which the sweetest manners, 1
i '; pcent ?nme know who was the finest look
out bachelor sjy,
: always uiaiies me
. i.-? a transition from
l slavery. It re-
i a religious fanatic
! Ana as a missionary,
!ul iiirl taking the
'A;t, into a nunnery."
Hie mauy old sawn
and f,.iy il!;-? such as t"Marry
)jhs. e H!
riifL.-: y i
ny ; - t
or. i wi -!
tio s. 1
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gO to Wt
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natur i.1 '
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earri !i -
Miss !' i.
! LA Ak
the i ;
1 repent at leisure" and
.i j a lottery in which
i,:ne draw blanks and
s .t prize" aud Matrimo
r a and those who are
i l gt-1 in, and ever so
;e insinuating reflec
it it does not matter.
n-;-1 are going on aud
ie talked ab ut and
.1 m l enjoyed jast as
i) "i for ;,000 years.
A i -iA; nigiU and tho
. aud l!ie creek up,
A; iaave all gone, and
stay gone until mid
it is an old-fashioned
. ti.e iamily mansion,
;.j L-e a treat leas I
t -ni.-ic, and the big
i '. fall and running
. . k urs wedding m
and will be last,
:A ' is an only-child.
it will be a big
vA-died and frier, ".s
n;i ;dAr and tlvr
T'lAil and ev.-ry -
.-a tlieir be
. ' iiirayed in t
ti tbat IS aCCUld-
piure for folks who
daiags should have
riuents, In fact, that
. ot the vyedd iug
v.Af.h ttie women
n : 'd-jthe are just as
r ; jen as Ion? hair
il has been to for
.' bially Abraltaio
i.A, cca Isaac and Mrs.
)-ob were all dressy.
' Miss liebecca by
a- eyes with a pair of
:.it cost him 7"t cents
i d Ain't have but one
, and Josephus, the
v-iys that the reason
'.A went over to Shec
sl.e wanted to, see the
the women of that
-iii Cai tersville f'.dk.
x: to Atlanta to sec;
.. ! ' ;i;i.sns and how the
.uu dress. That is all
right A tiio husband or tie fa
the.' ' .-(:' rd it. Everybody
wh:: accouut likes good
clotl -. ': tkere waa nobody
to v:. . goods what would
ber..: f ' Am; poor people who
mrA A . I don't kuw vet
wl.ai 1 ' lA 'finery the ladies
haA . 'die this wedding but
I v.'di u:..;w iu due time. It is
to A- ?.. -. id-fashioned weeding
a r- 1 A'Ar and tTiey have
: for it a long time.
;d pigs and ducks
th and crabs have
m reckless abundance
big closet riht
i been ti :
t ... ,
i sac: i is
fnll vl ; a!ie aud another closet
I full ;.f syllabub and floating
j islands and crystal mountains
I and Q'v on Charlotte, and Tom
1 and Jtmy, and l'uach and Judy
; and. jams and jellies, world
without t,f enough to feed -j
i W ! : : '
) take -
I iluy say, and my
hinted that they
i e..o a sample if I will
d care of the baby.
j SLe is wak
i ing ut rk'Lt 'now and will be
m. A ry
ber mamma in a few
i. So mote it be.
: can't do much with a
i t ti e night when the
ing gevtleman and who was the
iiungrifst, and who the thirst
iest, a ud who was the moat cap
tiv,.tiny. I know all about the
beau li 111 presents and who gave
them, ; ud how lovely the bride
looked, and how long waa her
train, and all about her pearls
and dkimonds, and what the
Uut it wasent an old fashion
ed wedding after all, for the
biide and the groom left all
that goodly company about 11
o'c'ock and came to town and
took the midnight train for
Florida, slipped away like they
weie ashamed of the business.
I never did like that. They
might, have stayed a few days
anyhow, and comforted the
poor mother, who has given up
l)-r o.,ly child to a man who is
no k m to her and never did au
thing Tor her except to give her
a ring and bird aud a poodle
dog, ami a few other presents
tba-t won't cure the heartache
nor stifle a pain nor a sigh.
Th-.; r.i.rht have stayed a day
: :v.'j and had an infare at the
groom's mothers like we used
to do in the good old times.
Ikit we never hear of mfares
Miiv an 1 our grown up children
now what an infare was
f-ir mother told them.
i ." Ad Scotch custom, and
O; A When we were mar
ried we had a big time, too ac
f.'r iiiK the silver presents, and
I stayed lhat night at her father-in-law's,
and that was the
infare, and then we never took
no train for nowhere, for 1 had
work to do and we just lived
back and forth among the old
folks until we were able to
build a two-room hou9e and set
up for ourselves family fashion.
I war ruminating about three
beautiful wedding presents,
these silver forks and spoons
by the gros and silver tea ser
vice and silvery things, and
how they may possibly come
into service sure enough and
be very handy sometime if the
wolf ever comes to the door, or
if we should have another war
and the currency get worthless
like it did in the last. I remem
ber when some ol our bst peo-
i p!e nan to sup round on tne sly
and sell a few spoons or a few
forKs to get something to live
on. uue timb l gave a orosen
down man &I.0C0 for half a doz
en old time honored table
spcons that had been in his
family for four generations and
kept a.- n. family relic. It hurt
him b.:d to part with them but
I thanked him for using that
i;n h of my worthless money
Si'.v?r things are very beautiful
to look at, but Solomon says:
"lie tl.at loveth silver shall not
be sat: Tied with silver." On
the winde, I don't know that
there i much difference be
tween these silver wedding
presents and the kind that we
got when we were married.
Ours were black and tan color,
and walked about, and didn't
have to be kept under lock and
key, but they eat up and wore
out a power of vittela and
clothes, and I never could make
tho ac-ount ballance until the
war was over, with an excep
tion they were an expense and
a rare, and ifave us trouble. Of
coarse I do not count. Tin for
Tip was never our slave but
was our friend. Tip grew up
with the children and was one
of them. Tip was my trusted
confidential servant. No, I
dont think there is much'dif-
' - 'L 1- " neal 'y j ference in the presents then
mtve worked with that, anti the presents now. One
:;d evvry few minutes gave ua the love of dominion
.-;.d xcr her mamma. I 3rui th ntir viva a th
got l.ir picture bookand talked icve of" show. Then let the
dog rr d cat aud monkey. 1 1 nmfl;Ar, nKv.flft(i Hirr a tt
i.ev banta Clau? and
d. I walked and walk
ed P. - ! n sir! a Tier nil ic-.tt
f little songs and patted her back
I as I marched to my music. I
twirled silver dollars on the
maible loo table. I got down
I the f'.d 1- and let her saw on it
wi'Ji t; - how. I tickled the
! dogs t as he slept on the rug
I and .-i by shifting the scenes, 1
j kept he little rniud employed
until th little eye began to
droop nnd with a sigh and a
a "b .. -:t to sleep.
? Ii is a sdiuggle against time
and Lei mother came soon after
I procession proceed.
i . t. A mend has gent me
the Chicago Herald of January,
11th, and marked a paragraph
which says : "It is not an un
common thing for whisky to be
retailed from wagons on the
public square in Cartersrilb,
Ga." Do you reckon the scav
enger of that paper found that
lie, or did he make it up and
then look over his map to find
a southern town to lay it on
I'm going to write the editor
and if he is a gentleman he was
take it back and apologize. If
ho don't, he had better look oat
for Sam Jones on the war path
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT MR.
AND, INCIDENTALLY, ALOUT THE
rRESENT MAN A CEMENT.
We trust our readers will
pardon us for producing the
following complimentary ex
pressions from our brethren of
the press in regard to the
former editor of the Advance.
No one knows better the qual
ity of the work of an editor
than his co-laborers. Our
readers will be glad to see in
what esteem Mr. Daniels was
held by the brethren of the
quill. Therefore we publish
them for two reasons: 1st. To
show our readers their loss,, and
2nd. to show the brethren our
appreciation of their generous
praise.- Editor. J
Mr. Charles C. Daniels retires
from the Wilson Advance,
with which ha has been edi
torially connected for nine
years, and Mr. Claudius F.
Wilson succeeds him. Chars
Chas. C. Daniels has retired
from editorial control of the
Wilson Advance, and Claudius
F. Wfson assumes control.
The best wishes of the South
erner to the setting and rising
star. Tarboro Southerner.
Mr. U. C. Daniels has given
up the editoiship of the Wil
son Advance and gone tD Ma
con county to practice law. He
is succeeded by Mr. Claude
Wilson, who is quite a spright
ly young mau. Alamance
The Wilson Advance chaugs
ed hands last week. Mr. C. C
Daniels who for the past nine
years was its editor, retired,
and is succeeded by Mr Claud
ius F. Wilson, a young man of
considerable newspaper abiM
ty. Geldsboro Headlight.
Mr. Charles C. Daniels has
retired from the Wilson Ad-j
vance. Mr. Claudius F. Wilson j
succeeds him. Mr. Daniels has
gone to Franklin, Macon coun
ty, having formed a law part
nership there with Mr. George
A. Jones. Asheville Citizen.
Mr. C. C. Daniels has givsn
up journalism, and Mr. ,C F.
Wilson takes his place on the
Wilson Advance. Mr. Daniels
goes to Franklin, Macon ccun
ty to practice law. Mr. Dan
iels will be missed in North
Carolina journalism, but Mr.
Wilson will well fill his place.
Mr. C. C. Daniels, who for
several years has edited the
Wilson Advance with much
ability, has retired from the
editorship of that journal and
has been succeeded by Mr.
Claude Wilson, its forme: bus
iness manager. Mr. Daniels,
will practice law at Franklin
soma seventy miles beyond
Aeheville, Best wishes for all
parties. New Berne Journal.
We were pleased to receive a
call last Frfday from Mr. C. C.
Daniels, who has been for a
number of year3 editor of the
Wilson Advance. He has
abandoned journalism and was
on his way to Franklin, where
he has formed a partnership
for the practice of law with
Solicitor Geo. A. Jones, of the
11th district. Salisbury Her
ald. Mr. Charles C. Daniels retires
from the Wilson Advancji
with which he has been editor
ially connected for nine years,
and Mr. Claudius F. Wilson
succeeds him. The Ma&senger's
kindest wishes go with the re
tiring editor and his successor.
Under Mr. Daniels the Ad
vance has been a sound Demo
cratic paper and has done good
and faithful service. Wil
The legal profession has rob
bed North Carolina journalism
of one of its shining lights in
the person of Mr. C. C. Daniels,
of the Wilson Advance, who
has removed to Macon county
to practice law. Our best
wite3 attend him and we cor
dially welcome his successor
into the journalistic arena.
The Advance has long been a
welcome visitor to our sanct
um. Webscer's Weekly.
Mr. C. C. Daniels has dispos
ed of the Wilson Advance to
Mr. C. F. Wilson. We regret
to hear brother Daniels say his
"connection with journalism
ceases," for he has so conduct
ed the Advance as to make it
one of the influential and suc
cessful weeklies of the State,
always enjoying the confidence
and retpect of the people
amog whom it has been pub
lished. Fayetteville Observer.
Mr. C. C. Daniels, of the Wil
son Advance, spent a few
hours in our city last Friday
while on his way to his future
home in Macon county. Mr.
Daniels will practice law in
that county in the future. Mr.
Ciaude Wilson will succeed
him as editor of the Advance.
They are both promising young
inm and we wish them both
much success in their respec
tive duties. Greeusboro Pa
triot. C. C. Daniels, Esq., who has
been editor of our excellent
contemperary, the Wilson Ad
vance, for a number of years,
ban left Wilson for Franklin,
Macon county, to engage in the
practice cf law, and Mr. C. F.
Wilson succeeds him on the
Advance. The people , of
Franklin are fortuaate in se
curing a man of the high raor
al character, Stirling worth
and fin:? ability of C. C. Daniels.
iiocky Mount Argonaut. '
Mr. C. C. Daniels, for many
years dfcr of the Wilson An-
vaN'c.!-:, has severed his connec
tion with that paper, we are
sony io know, and has remov
ed to Franklin, N. C and form
ed a partnership with Mr. Geo.
A. Jcnes, of that place, in the
practice of law. We are very
s-"rry to los Mr. Daniels from
the fraternity, as be got up one
of tne most readable weekly
papers in the State. He is suc
ce :ded by Mr. C. F. Wilson, for
whom we wish much success.
San ford Express.
Mr. CLus. C. Daniels, of Wil
son, passed through Raleigh
la -t w:v-k ;;n route for Frank
lin, Mu';n county, where he
has accepted a partnership for
th practice of law with Geo.
A. Jon-s, Esq., Mr. .Iou-33 is
Solicitor elect of the mountain
district 8'd is a leading at'or
ny. . i'Ut.ieis lias for sev
eral y:;rs been editor of the
Wm.ox Alvan n. A young
man of strict integrity, indus
try and ability, he will win
success in his new home.
TAie Wilson Advanct. has
changed hands Mr. C. C. Dan
ie !.-. who I as been it? editor
for iiULuber of years h- sev
ered his connection with the
papr, and Mr. C. F. Wilson,
who has been traveling agent
for the paper for sometime,
becouxes its editor. Tbe Dsm
ocrat w?'ab?j Mr. Daniels great
sucr's.-s in ids new profession
tin; law and welcomes Mr.
Wilsou -'into the ranks of de
cent poverty." We know them
botu aud feel proud to num
ber them amongst or? list of
special friends. Scotland Neck
Mr. C. C. Daniels, so well and
favorably known in the ranks
of North Carolina jourcalism,
having established and edited
the Kinsloa Free Press for the
first two or three years of its
existence, and edited the Wil
son Advance for the last severe
a l "years, has severed his con
nection with the press and
taken up the practice of law in
Franklin, N. C. He is succeed
ed by Mr. C. F. Wilson, who
has been connected with the
Advance f :r sometime as local
edUor. They, both, have the
Fiiond's -befit wishes for meri
ted sucrriss. Orphan's Friend.
Mr. Charles 0. Daniels has
retired from the editorship of
tho w.lm'ix Advance and from
journalism, and has gone to
Frmfcuu, Macon county, to
practice law. He has formed
a copartnership vith Gno. A.
Jones, Esq. We regret Mr.
Daniels' retirement from
newspaperdom very much.
He is a gentleman of character,
of backbone, of progressive
ness. and has been an honor to
the State press. In a conversa
tion with us last summer he
told na that he contemplated
retiring from the journalistic
field. Wo wish for him a suc
cessful career iu bin chosen
pr u sr-i o n . Concord Ti raes.
Mr. C. C. Daniels has severed
his connection with the Wil
son Advance aud moved to
Frankliti, Macon county. He
has formed a partnership there
with A-.At.dtoi' Geo, A. Jones
for At-.. r?ntice pf ):.7, his
chosea profession. Mr. Dan
iels founded this paper nd ed
ited it for several years, and
did valiant service for the
cause of -Democracy in this
section. When he started the
Free Press Lenoir county was
solidly Republican, and it was
largely through his efforts tbat
the cuntv was finally won for
Democracy. lie has the best
wsshes of the Free Press and
many friends in this section
for success at his new home.
Kinstou Free Press.
Another North Carolina edi
tor has laid down the Faber
and deserted ihe tripod. Mr.
Charles (J. Daniels, who for the
past nine years has been edi
tor and part owner of the Wil
son Advance, one of the ablest
and most influential newspa
pers in Eastern North Carolina.
has retired and gone to Frank
lin, Macou county, to practice
law. We siucerely regret to
lose the services and co-operation
of such an intelligent,
conscientious and fearless edi
tor from the profession. He is
succeeded by Mr. Claude F.
Wilson, who for some years
nas neen local editor and busi
ness manager of the paper.
The Advance is left in good
hands and we predict it will
lose none of ils well-earned
prestige as one of the best
weeklv papers in the State.
Our bust wishes are with both
gentlemen for future success
and prosperity in their respec
tive av'calious arid fields of
labor. Heuderson Gold Leaf.
The W-lson Advance has re
cently changed bauds, at least
partial ly so." Mr. C. C. Daniels,
who for several years has been
its edi'or, Las disposed of his
iuterest to Mr. C. F. Wilson,
who last year was local editor
and business manager. Mr.
Daniels will go to a town in
Western Noth Carolina to en
gage in the practice of law.
While it is to be regretted that
Mr. Daniels retire:? from jour
nalism, we can safely say the
Advance has fallen into pood
hands. Wo have had opportu
nit? for knowing Mr. Wilson
well, as he was for sometime
one of the Keflactor bojs, hav
ing beun his printing and
journalistic career iu this of
lice, and lie is capable of doing
good work with the Advance.
He Is a good writer, a hard
wojker, au earnest advocate of
right, and possessing such
qualifications he is bound to
succeed. - Greenville Reflector.
TV Mr.S. 2LLA. rilOMrSON.
Spec ul Cor- T;ie Advance-
'Li i.ufij ;lic ;iin iown cn vour wrath.
On- z o. :
ih'.P vour ho
O'P I f.
An l ipOi-i- .'. ho !! v.V'i rwf-tt'njr.
l'-.)i- oaj s ; ' n:.- ny w;-.h vuu anl i.
31 !!." ' re ra;n?r "i'-, rc yo'.'Il sec
i i-...'s cau.-.i t;s ni.i'iv h sch.
I" i : f t re ih. ;! ujro" nic! sun.
Wi-Y r.;. ii i?: eiioss. you an-1 I.
A b am ioil lessou God doth teach.
That wni e Oie iu is high.
ner"r;v he gcrt down ou' of sisht.
"lie :ii-. v.va.hiul," you ami I,
' 'Fnr;vr if yo wish o V-r fonriven,"
An.; v.,- c.i if vc ivjr try,
V'l.rc .he :a-t r.vMif t no setting sun.
I - '-h:,: iT Oil J i ul HH-.i i .
.Am Ho r 'i f "rv.ve. lfoiel.'su so.
I pip . .-iii.i- iii- Hun hi It-,
If we :-i'c; verk' ss at his hands,
3'oe.i.vi j uuaud 1,
O jr.'or.'oua tip the shining rays,
An 1 jr ii. 10 Co, our erv.
When i iu- ivh'htnos of His Son,
Is sIk-i! on jou ami I,
Anl in rranions bright ami fair
iLjth !.! vc ihe Sky.
M.ty ilu-,- .1 o" LU'-i ' h'no so bi-l'iil,
I lio,.t.' c.i :, on au'l 1,
We'll unJcrs'and each other better.
In ihe.veet ay an,l by,
When the last rays of our earthly sun.
Has shincil on you and I.
At present Governor aud Sena
tor;dtct Dill, ot New York, is
very ameb ia tbe public eye. As
is wed kiiown, the Landmark a(h
aiiies Uihi geudemau very much
for his ability, for the quality ol
his Democracy and for bis tact
and uAusl! f s a p:nc deal politician.
We iheie'eie feel great pleasure
in hei ig .dole to piesent a correct
likt uess oldiiui to our leaders tan
This stroke of enterprise is a
very considerable tax upon our res
ou:cfcs but we will have oar re
ward iu ri.fi it( e-iat!Ou of oar
re0ei s. o' a i: jsviii.'e Lauctuiark.
If ir. bad been anybody else, we
cou'd have sr.ood it betler. We
have alwA.vs l:sd explicit coufi
11 i . A, i: ; ; :: r t v, md it is a
shi: cit '-r(n mn:h Isv'.r we may
uevr.r ; i-;nvi , io . i.u ho hiai liv
ing to p'cMie b-neb an awful
fiaud upo:i h innocent readers,
as did Dr. Cu dwell, of iLe Land
ma ik, last week. The very idea
ofbitn. our ide.il of honesty, at
tempting to i aim olT tue photo of
the M'.oe nian DongUss for tbat of
t!ie Hon, D.ivid lid:, is too awiul
y a-viul l-r anythiug. In the
language ot L:-e in lAs farewell ad
dress at AppomatUix, "My heart
in tos full, I C:n ?ay no more.''
We are ail free American citizens
enjoying our personal liberty, but
niC-st of ai are iu physical slavery,
saQAr: 115 liom scrofula, salt rbenm
or Mjiue other form of impure blood.
Hoods SarsaparilU is tbe great
blood pu-ifiar which disolves th
tombs cf disease, gives health and
peil. e pi'vaical hberiy.
HOW THEIR BRAINS MADE AND
SA id) THE REPULLIC
A KIN!" TKllO TI. TO THE WORKING
I'LOi'i.E 'F THIS COUNTRY.
Apropos of the htllowing artide
from the Sr. Louis Republic, tbe ed
itor of t;-.e S.atd.ndde Landmark
says : "Wo sot up tue claim, and
b it bo'dlv, tli.it the article, 'Poor
Whites Ah worth die price cf the!
paper for one year." If true of the
Lindm nk, U is surely 80 of the
A dtancv. Editor.'
In it l; . k itcoiitly written on
Americ.i'i isUt.itioi;s, nl iQten
tended as - ttxt-Ljck, a New Eo
glaud ('.('liege professor speaks
coutemp'.uot:siy f what be calls
the "puor v. lii.'fs" th" Soutb, a a
class which c.vs 1 tilo for i;6err? and
does not know how to muiutaia. it
Ue dues uui ctin to ui guilty of
laisebood; he v thuig the (ruth to
the i;ei i.f i"s a'- hty, and if his
enor lends him into blander, it is
uot bfcauso of ira'.ic.e bat because
of a deric;':ji knowledge of Ameris
cau bistoiy, itdbieuctd to some ex
teut perbitjss by t!e contempt for
poverty wjiAj is uaforr.ucately too
If Mr. liosmer knew the history
of the yeoiiiea tio cslis 'poor
wlilteti," he wouid know thnt tbe
gravett (k-U'cts of tlieir chaiacter
are intimately coaaected witb a
love ol AbtMty ol'ieu unreasoning
and so;iietiiflt li-:ce. Tuey belong
to a la.'e fe.i'h now, as when Kobin
Uood took to Siieivvood Forest
with their ancestors against the
Norman shez'fTs, prtters liberty to
everythi.ig e-e, sacntioes for
it moue-i'. cuiui.i:. c.taf.:irs, every
thing whiijii in (reviews of those
who des-pi... thui makes life desii
rable. i'liey ia"' br-r-r. the pio-J
uctis ot' A m !: -n C:Vhzation.
Their love oi i'.h-.-riy pushed them
heyottd t:.. ai:.-v.si tie i.d..o the un
known VYe-i", but ev'.-n before they
had followed Lnvd- ! lone iato
'Tbe D.;rk ar.d l i.,.::, iiround,"
they cau'uot breathe insnch-an ati
mosphere as he lives in, a id th.it j
tbey are sacrifiein every;:. ing to j
find oue where they ran lieatho. :
If he knew them he luiti believe i
possible what is actual, that in the j
east Tennessee mountains, wbere ;
tbey rebelled against their Stat
for ihe Uaiou as tooy iud w,ic; be
f, ra ruHoltoil nn.iin.l X'.il. iV.- .K
na. tbat now when i"Ttt;ted for)
exercising the lib rty of making j
tbeir corn, peaclits and apples iato
whiskey aud bra'idy, as their
t hers did, they ohco ait il they
are kept long ia co:d'u.eai"iit, ju;t
as the monutaia hawk di.-s when
he is caged.
American Uistoiy is a Mr more
instructive and bn-ad ii:: study
tbau New England h st.-ry, in
which this pat ; iciiiac iiotA.?sor ia
pretty thorough' v-rsod. It may
NEWS OF A WEEK.
WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE
WORLD AROUND US.
A fOSPESSED RETORT OF THE NEWS
I ROM OUR CONTEMl'CiRAKIts.
be learned ficai
that it was cn
whites'' who mi id-, oul.
Almo raised a.onid -A ';
fell a rampart tot
Texa.j made of the b -
Anna's peons. A ot it
same poor wbite who sa
sure you are right, then go i.he.id."'
If all college professors we to. oalv
as docile as aom ol r.nc.i ;ae, ad
of them might ieani :i ri it deal
from such poor whi s.
lion. Paul 0. Cameron as lu
eured for $10,000.
Winston sold 1,600,000 pounds
of plug tobacco iu January.
Wilbom Mitchell, after whom
Mitchell county is named, died iu
Atlanta recently aged 76.
Kev. Sam Jones will hold a
meeting in Reidsville daring the
coming: soring or summer.
It is stated that a company will
b- formed in Durham to bore for
Petroleum. Durham Globe. .
A Durham young hul.y has been
rv.osvMHed witb h eold watch for
XUE MEDICAL V
t Sants i ii v v.-arn' punctual attendanc
i-i t?As J 8iiuday school.
i l . . .
At lay lor s corrt i,-uo acres ot
h:ud brought 510.000, the largest
;nv:::on sa!e of land in the history
of the country.
Mr. J. Van Liudley, of Greetisv
b -ro. will plant an extensive peach
i.'i-uard 50,000 trees near Sonth
( u l'mes, Moore county.
o'j al ad nu
t's t'f tlit'Stf
' tiV i.'ci-i
thev had st; uk
ii blows tor
freedom. Ir is a most singular ig
ncrance i iti v. iy wlii-li impeaches
their ninl c"ura.e wheu the
gla.ing iAnk. n.:r chai-actrr is in
rcadiutss to gt'ip tUeir weapons
and de-: de cvtiy qaxtiou raised
agaiui f'em wu to man and
steei to atee-A They a "e uweapon
ed oieu" now as they were when
they ioliowe i Ilecgibt aud Horsa.
They do doc haloag to the class
which went, oat bom Eohton to pe
tition Washington to alios- the be
league! td iA to escape for
feat of disiinbing tiade and
damagii: tlie hops by a flght.
Tbey arc ?.u:b in tin as surrounded
Bacon, II;insfo;d. Giles and Drum
motut in the nprising against Berke
ly under Ciiiiiles II. Our college
prolesso.- knows so little of Ameris
can bistoiy th:i' he thinks they do
not love liberty yet :
Such love :."!? I a!': the heart of Drararomwl
when hi i l-.inJ
Of his own homt maile Liberty a beacon lijjht.
Of this class and of this blood
was Patrick Henry, foremost in th
breach fAr b fedora, and of thit
blood, too, was Henry Clay, born
almost in sight of birth-place of
Patrick Henry. When the bopes
of liberty wie al- their 1g west ebb,
when snob a march through the
confederated colonies was being
wade by the Eng ish as Sherman af
terwards made to the sea through
the Confederated btates, these
'poor whUct?" crossed the moun
tains, and. under Sit.dby and Se
vitr, struck, at King's Mountain,
the blow which turned the tide of
the J!evo:uf.ioa back on Yorktown.
And at about the same time, one
of these poor whites, a ragged, nus
kempt lad of seventeen, ordered by
a British officer lo .:o the work of a
menial, re'Vd with foe fierceness
of his ir'axo.i aoctstry and without
wincing took the coward blow with
which tyranny tn always, aud al
ways iccilVct'i.d'y, answered the
'poor whiu-s" of this biocd. Later,
at New Oi leans, lh:s same lpor
white' with some poor whites like
him, held the breach for liberty
and later sti!', as President of UnN
ted Srates, showed the iron deter
mination and unconquerable and
uncompiOMismg love of dberty,
which from ISG0 to 18Gj set Amer
ica on fire with th blaze tbat
sprang how the soul of Abraham
Lincoln, Huotlir of Hie very poor
est of the p;or wn-fe trash of the
South, whi ci this Puritan professor
And 1-! that bloody co'itet these,
poor whA'ja on b.tb si.les, whether
from li.iaoN nnd Iniima or Ala-bam-4.
::".d (.it:..'., lr,iin esst TeUo
nes.--.-"?, -! t i-1 U :ey i A. iA d against
the S:k. cr v'v.-r TennftS'se,
The attitude of i.v'
'patent wedicino:-" A;
nostrums ar da g- r
of them are In'i'.?.
(S. S. 3 ) we ar h io say, is
not classed anient; IK - nostrums.
It has overcome th-i w':o.sa'.e pre
judices of pb.ysiciaus in nA paiu of
the country, and so
est testimonials iu
from medical m?j
it in their pracMc :
hesitate to endu
results. 'This !.- t.v
ing, but by no c. -for
every claim tu ;
in behalf of S. S. ;
series of acfua' ts,
ded over a- long pv
In a Bad r
Don't the streets
walks nee3 worki:
want tbe bill th-t.
the. charter of G:-o
allow the is.sninj oi
pnblic improvements Lo hurry
ap and get tbrougb the Legis
lature. This town nods better
street?, better li:$Vf, better
trater supply and better pro
tection against fire. L'jL them
all come. Greeuvill-j lbdiecAor.
A tobacco warehouse should
be built. And tbfn there's
electric lights, vater wora and
the worst sid8 walk - in
and counties. It v-Al
A A.gh a
cd aj.nst the
Unios, &!iov.ei a', bhiloh, at Chica
mauga, o'i a hun lred fields of tire
and bl-iou, the &am.? -i';nc which
they showed at Crecy and Agin
court. They were th-2 first to cross the
AHechaies, carrying their lives ia
tbeir hands. The bones of their
great canvass whitened the great
American desert, and they were
the fiAeit to cross the Rocky Moun
tains and see tbe Pacific ocean
spreading before them a's the conrae
of empire building. They carried
American civilization from Jarnes
town to the Golden Gate in juit
such fashion as our Paritan friend
may 6ee them, the canvass-topped
wagon, the wonr-eu and flsxen hair
ed children inside, the hounds foN
lowing ur-der it, tbe weaponed
man ot the f.vmilv riding in front
with his rifle acroRs his pommel.
If our Puritan friend knew Ame
can history he woulj know that
this means love of liberty, that
said about sheds ;
few more are need.
Well, brethren, the Ai
vance gives you sincere condo
lence and bid- yon coiae to
Wilson. We bave no mud, no
flies, no mosquitoes; and we
have two tobacco warehouses,
electric lights and water works,
(being built) all i i Ae pret
tiest town in the SU:38. Em
A SAKE INYKSi
Is one which s -bring
you na r i. f. t '.'
iaouie i ic a a .
On tbh s,tA ;
buy from our .idveii s. i
a ootrie oi vr. ivm7;
ery for Cousumpi.'o:i.
anteed to bria: ii i.-. :-
when used fo- iT.v i
Thro Lung' cr tj-1-",
Conaumplion, Infl.un .'.oj
Bronchitis, As' 1 -Cough,
Croup, ttc. I' :,;
and agreeahl to t.'- ,
safe, and can alwy
upon. Trial btte' i.o.
Uowland's Diugs o .
A deed which w
6. 180G. was vcsr.'.l
years after date, briMiut
Register of IM'ds f'tYv:-.
tration. Cha:jotte CA.vi
We dtrfire to s vv
lhat for yearv, ve i
Dr. Kiug's New I s
snmption, Dr. Kin;''
Bucklen's Arn'; i s ii
Bitters, anil hd'- ;..
remedifs t b:it s-
have given -u,... t
tion. We do u;; :. -antec
them t v '
stand ready ro i '
price, if satisfac.o: :
follcw their nse. 1 ;
have won the:r g:
thejr merits. A. W.
hai orders three month's abaad.
Leaksvllle Gazette says the
wheat crop is not so promising,
ami that owiug to wet weather
farming operations are behind.
The ladies' aid society of Char
lotte, seuds $3S liO to tbe Soldiers'
Home. Mrs. Stonewall Jackson
contributing y.lof the amount.
Mr. Bright Leonard, of High
Point was robbed of ?200 in
Greensboro one day last week
wiol : getting on a train during a
Mond.iy'oflaat week Mr. Arch
MiGowau was riding a horse to
Gieenvitle wheu the animal stum.
bi.-A and threw h m, breaking his
uvii: :ti;d killing him instant.ly,
sav.s the KehVctor.
I Mr. L. A. Kndisill, a baggage
ma.-ter on the Carolina Central
La.hoad Liiday morning fell be
j tw cn tbe cars while tht train was
do ' 5"oi- at full speed and was crunh
We,; e ! aiu.ost out of recognition.
iii amfnd t Gee. ;,L. Wimberly, a county
f-Alle and j commissioner, raided 1,100 bushels
bonds for of peanuts ou ten acres and fatten-
tend thirty hogs, fourteen months
,M, from tiie ten acres. The bogs
when dreeJ yielded 6400 lbfl of
pork. Tarboro SoBtberner.
It is reported that certificates ef
indebtedness to employes and oth
er ci editors to the aniouet of $30,-
000 have been issued by the Three
C's railroad. Tbey will be payav
hie in two years and bear interest
at the rate of 7 per cent.
Uev. Dr. Black is getting every
thing at the Orphan Asylum in ad
mirable shape aud is moving right
aloiig with the determination to
m ike his administration a success.
He is a man of broad views and in
most admirably qualified for tha
duties of Superintendent.
During 1890 twelve collections
were taken up in the Moravian
'-burch in Salem and aauuunted to
LSOl.'J'J. This does ti"f :nclud
the pastor's salary or oh ! eh ex
penses generally, bus wero for
heme and foreign missions, benev
oleat purposes, etc.
There have been shipped from
Conetoe, Edgecombe county, since
J.muary let, 1,400 dozen eggs.
' his reminds tbe Tarboro South'
c.aer that Judge '-Greasy Ham"
watts once said that every hen
within twenty miles of Nashville
b'an thirty days before court and
1 od two eggs, each, every day till
Mr. Jessie Hord, although re
j -ic.ng m seventyelgbt yeare, is
still full of life aud active as a
man. He challenged re
(..;iitiv our handsome lawyer Jame(
L. Webb for an athlectic trial in
Ihe gymnasium. Mr. Ford easily
won and "skinned tha cat'' on the
Lcr.zjntal pole, but tbe vouDg
lawyer's legs wers too long and he
failed. Shelby Aurora.
The first nickel ore ever shipped
from North Carolina was sent from
Murphy on last Monday by Col.
Henry E. Colton. It will be sent
to metallurgical works in New
York cif.y to test its richness by
acrual smelting process. At the
saint time was also shipped by
PiA. Cos ton a large quantity of
crorne o-e which will be sent to
Bdtimore to be worked into bi
corbonate of potash and other
chemical and also testd in work-i-.g
chrome steel. -Murphy Bolle
toj. Marble correspondence Marion
F;ee Lance: A Yankee peddler
from Massachusetts made a fine
speculation out of the race Cbero
kee; in thin waj: He brought a
won load of trinkets and barter
ed them to fie female Indians in
exchange for their wealth of long
black hair. The Squaws suffered
the peddler to cut their hair off
close, and the same was sent to
Boston and when it is made, into
wre:, earn a a,,viy
M H "I'll
l ' -,u cm
i of ttie
:, A. .V.
. ir. "CorT-
- v LitA IAIN
a ml Liecuic
- - i
c A., at
a .-. r.;i, iC-
' , and we
- iAs do not
Mothers and n a: ses should al
ways remember that disappoint
ment never attends the u of Dr.
Bulls Babv 3yrup, i'ne-i -' cents.
No wonder peon e s.;y ibe cli
mate is changing vr: Ai a.i t lie queer
weather we are ti-- w ..: i c!y aud tc
be fre from catarrh is a privilege
W have, however fu xceileut
remedy for this adui
'.it, G ' Sauls
wig, cari vf"t , r-Tri -y
Yankee peddltr gre'ri t1 iii, t&
famale Indians are ptoad if tlrf
Popularity called tbe king oi
medicines, Uoods Saraapanlla. It
conquers scrofula, salt rbeum aid
ail other blood diseases
Ahead of all competitors Is SaN
vation Oil. Sold everywhere.
Price only 25 cents.