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TIIBSOAI. JilU'AKY 23. 1SU6.
H. A. LONDON. Editor.
The Grand Lodge of Masons of
Jforth Carolina bold Us annual meet
ftigat Raleigh' lust week, anil was
largely attended. Dr. V. M. Moye,
ef Wilson, Was ro-oleetud Grand
Jl aster. Eight chartors weru grant
ed to new lodog, and a larger gain
fa members was reported than (lur
ing any previous year. There are
now over ten thousand Masons in
fltood sland in J in this state. Mr. H.
K. Duke, of Durham, (although not
Mason)' proposed to the Grand
, .ill i i i.,.,.,,..
Lodge that bo would give ti.lHt) to-
in i a i r.i m
heOxford Or, h .u Asylum, if the Ma
0ons would givo another $.itlOl, and
hie proposition was promptly ae-
?epted. It will bo remembered that
the Masons ostahlished that a.-ylumi
Which is a noble monument to iheir
eharity and philanthropy.
9n trial aud conviction ot S itter
lTeld and Brown seems to have s'ir
red up some of the I'opuMst papers
eonsiderubly, and iu tbeir wrath
tfjey are so silly as to raise tho cry ol
persecution. Yes, in order lo exeui
pate tbeso convicted tie. ks of our
peform L.egislaturo, some I opnlists
are alleging that it is a democratic
persecution of innocent men. The
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Best answer to this f.ilso accusation
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is the fact that tl.e two juries which
Convicted thorn (for each was tried
by different jury) wero composed of
Pim,li&t .-1 will s Dm.mn.MtM. i
Vm l'.,.,'i.ij .o "!!
' , . , Hill, captain; Company C, of Iredell J.icksou's line had been broken at
e Democrats among the jurors who 4.C,UUI V( Altbur M. Walker, captain; that point. Kershaw's South Ca.o
aonfict'od S.ttert'ld and Jirown, Compau y 1). of Mooro couuty, 15eu j liua Urigade bad been driven mil of
and those Populist jurors would jumju K. Husk, caplair; Company K a piece of woods west ol t be eh in ch,
Hardly have convicted imtocfnt lop. ol Imou couuty, John W. W'alden, ami the enemy was coming in;., the
It is-now thought that tho Vene
fuola boundiry dispute will bo satis
factorily sutllod by arbitrition, and
that too before th Commissioners
appointed by the recent act of Con-
gross can make their investigation. '
beoauso Groat Hrilain would not
like it to appear thai sue accepted
3beir decision in the matter.
We have never thought that there
would be a war between tho Fuito 1
gttcandj Groat lintaiii over this ,
Tonczuela dispute, becauso neither
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country could gum anything b ,
and; its inhabitant are too civin.id ,
to permit so useless a sacrifice ot j
humau livos. i
Seiiatok Marion Duticr, in one ot
Lisnumerousspeecbcs in tho Set.. '
ate.eaid a few days ago that -'a man
who claims to bo lor silver and votes
Sot a cold man for President is tho
most valuable friend the gold men
can have. He betrays his people in
the interest of party success ".
This is rathor hard on Seuator
Pritchard, Butler's coll.'agiio and pol
itical twin-brother, because whilo
yet lie openly advocates mo t.omin-;
lion of McKialey for I rosidsnt. j
Which is right, Butler or Pritchard ?
Ths next national convention ot - If,'? wai1 carrie.i lo i otersburg) trtt.,feli l0 Mliy brigade. Tho F,f
.n uev. i.Bwuum. . it , 1 he nest inorniiig f.eu. IJausom oieu '..,, i. T 1 1 loriv.
the Democratic party will bo held &n wnh twoSr lljree 8Iliall I
at Chicago, on the ah day of next ou the gunboats, which wore dowu (..rmed Gen .John il Cook's Brig
July. This was determined upon at ; tho nvcr, a mile or more. The ank-1 ,( belongii." to Gen. H. HotU's
meeting of tho Demmratic Nation- 'vtumed the l.r. very promptly Divi8ioll Mlll, p. Hdls Corps.
, r, , ,, . , . aud threw out among us what the -im,.. ...... i,.,,. i .., t
al Committee, held at Washington on ,pn ,,,, ..,.,..,. . "Ulna ,P4,AI "V h.ittle wo weic ... was at
lastlhursday. Il was quite a cl-su;
.1 s,i ;
Ijouis, as 10 wnicn cuy snouiu uavo ,
the convention. j
Wo hope that tho next Democrat
ic "Chicago'' platform will not be
eocftrued in two totally
ways as was the last.
The Rockiughum, lnds deserves
mucu creuu lor us recent -loom
Edition", which was a big advertise
ment for the county (Uichmoud) in :
which it U l.ubl.-l.,! Wo U m.
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idea that Inehnaoud is so largo a ,
mauufactwing county, as was shown
by this edition of tho In ks. We j
tolly wish that Chatham could make
such a showiDg.
Seven negro laboicts ou the Wal-!
terboro and" Weatern Railroad, who'
were BleeDinir iu an under cronnd :
eainp near Williaiup, S. C , were kill
d fast week by the earth above full
iog on them.
Kilouea volcano in the Sandwich
Islands is iu active eruption. The
fiery floods have suddenly returned
after thirteen months of quicscenco,
aud the whole fearful display is ou
again in lull force.
The Confederate Veterans' Camp
Of New York held its sixth annual
dinner in honor ot the anniversary
of the birth of General It. G. Lee, at
the Dennis Hotel last Saturday night.
The room was decorated with the
national flag and covers were laid
The City Ministers' Union of El
Pass, TexaB, seuds circular letters to
all religious papers iu the United
States, calling on pastors of Evatige
lical churches and Christian Eudeav
or Societies to unite in piayerSju
day, January 2Gth that God may
prevent the fistic carnival from com
log oa- aud save &i raso irom uis
Co. (J. From Chatham.
The following interesting sketch
of the ISth North Carolina regiment
was wiitlou by Re
W. If. II Law-
hot., who is now a prominent Min
inter iu t ho Handy Creek Baptist As-
sociHtion, ami was a captaiu iu that
regiment. Et. Iti.com j
The great civil war began iu 1861.
Several companies made up in the Oak Swamp, on the 1st of July- We
summer of 'til, composed of voluu ' were n little loo lale to take pari in
leers for twelve mouths, iu (ho the Malvern Mill battle, but h'uviiii
spring of '02 re oiganiz;d for three der a severe shelling from gunboats,
years of. war. The battle of lg which were then on the James river
IJolhel, First Manassas and others
bud been fought; the result ot which
ha. 1 giv.-n the Southern troops ceur-
n , v .,
age, and some nun iu -North Uaro-
lmil) wbo h:ul u-cn oppose,! to seces-
njon. were now changing their minds.
no iliat in the winter of IStit and
is'ii preparations were oeing mano
on both sides for tho ucxt bUmmer
-imp.igii. Tho Fedeial army was
reclining so rapul.y iiial tlio aiituor
r.i i . i ,, .
itiesof thfLoiitcdor.icy saw that they
would have lo meet a heavy force in
.1 (; ji . i,
the held the next summer, boa
draft was ordered in North Carolina
tor Febiuaiy 23ih, I8ii2
At this time volunteer companies
were being raised in all parts of the
.S;ato. Many of tho patiiotic. sous ot
Notiu Caioiina volunteered, most of
the men who were drafted joined
some comivmv then beitii? raised. A
,,w hired substitutes who joined and
Uuis the companies were rapidly till
t-i ti) ami nun leu on to me camp oi
instinct ions, near Itaicigb, and as
T. , f ...
they arrived t hey were formed into
n i,ilu0lUs. T)ie F01 ty-eighth was
composed (if the following companies
Company A, ot Union county,
Francis L. Wiat, CHptain; Company
J' U1 i'avu.sou cuuiuv. A.ocri .A.
.im.ui., ..'wiuimiij i. o. uiuu wuii g 'P- aliill S L'lVISlOII UIOVO ll.elll
ty, Samuel H Walkup. captain; Com uck aud held the. field. If v hud
pany (K of Chatham couutj, William been a few uiiuuW s later Hie Cot. led
JI Joiiss, captaii ; Company H, of erai0 unily mght have hem des-l-.iviilson
county. John Michael, iroyid. Tue Forly-eightb region id
ciptaio; Comiany I. ot'Uuiou coun-; occupied that, pai t'of tho hue at the
iv, r.ias u. -viexmuier, cnpiaiu; torn-
Dilliv 1I. ot Forsvtl. eiKinl V. .Iii.ssh W".
Jt was organized on the 1 1 tit of
April, '&Jt, choosing Hobert C. Hill,
ol Iredell coiiutv, co.oiiel, Samuel II.
U'alkup, of L'uiou, lieutcnaut colouel;
li.aijimiu U. Husk, of Cumberland
I As many drafted meu bad furnish'
d hubsiiiu:cs. soum old nicii ami
? MU mill3 ho.V?. tho Forth eighth reg
; r t ..ii'..
"" : w
r u aC(luaiu,.,a ;
wllu milimry tactics, will at once seoi
tho difficulty iu dulling such troops
uuitoruily. Iu m.irchiug the old men
would step too long aud slow, the
boy0 loo sburi and fast. Dut Col. '
M'"' .wL? a mil7 !0st ,n.0 '
I nun if. ill', lltir ui,l l uii ,! . iihut 1mm
,.e.,illie!it. were at' Camp Man
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gum. but iu u short while we moved
to Ooldsboro, where we were in'
comp until about the second week iu
June, when sve went to Petersburg,
, Va., and camped on Dunn's Hill.
: Here we were attached to Gen. IJob.
. ert Iltusom's Brigade.
I Under bis-orders we man hod one
'evening to City I'oiut, arriving about '
made to load ,
S0Iue wagons with ice from an
hous?, which was near
tho bank of !
1 tho James river, the Xankees were
near by tho river in gunboats
t,,lM, aild d.ggiugholcs m thegrouud. .
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i ney tuea tno woous, ami H loutxed ,
bke tboy would clear, buru and plow j
u ,,ounu "u1Hl lue 8'"u? u- Vn
..j ue .uuui.a ..e u,eu. e
: Lucie lo (i.l-i' un.1 l.aorilor nut n.rwl
back in order
ly in disorder
aun a isomer, out mosi
Ahorse was cuton
diHcrentjtlie leg witb a piece of shed. Jt.wib:iUMr) Company K. were kil'ed
was all the blood lost ou our side, I
and 1 do not suppose there was j
much lost on the other side. One of
shoulder with a piece of shell, but it
u uioro likely he tore his coal ruu
'"g through the brush; we went
lo our lttUJJ
uuck to our cam ti naviug, us we
thought, tastid a little ol
, . . .u,,..
uii kucw we bad bmelt gunpowder,
Not a lew of the men told of narrow
escapes. Some of thorn were ceitaiu
incy i en uio wiuu oi tue euens,
while others tell ihe beat of them as
fLlt' Veod by, and btiil others were,
j - "'td by the tsplosiua
On the 2 Uh of June, we marched
to Kichuioud aud camped that night
iu the Capitol tquare. .Next morn
in we marched lothe front liue and
about 4 p. in, hud our first battle, at
French's Farm. Gen. ltobert Kan
soiu ordered Col. Hill to advance
through au open field on a brigade
ot Yaukcea, wbo were behind a fence
ou the eile ot the wood, aud ordered
a Virginia regiment to support us on
the right, but from some cause the
Virgiuia regiment Lever came up,
and tho Forty-eight fought a brigade
ot Federals for some time. Tboy
were in woods behind a feuce and we
iu an open held. However, a Georgia
battalion flanked the enemy on our
left, and thus we were enabled lo
bold the grouud. We lost our ma
jor, Capt. Clegg, Company D; Capt
At wood, Coiupauy K, killed; and
Capt. Michael, Company 11; Capt.
Walden, Company C; Lieut. Ander
sou, Company 1); and Lieut. Stilts,
Company A, were wounded. We
lost non commissioned officers and
men: Killed 21, wounded 6, and of
I tbu 46 Wounded l'J died according to
the North L'arolina Roster.
Some unDloasantueKsoeciu red bo-
2 r" .? ill ' T , i ' !i H n
'which resulted in the Foilv-eiL-hlh
iwuicii rtbilleu iu the I oi ly -oiiiiu
i Regiment being detached from nuu
som's l$rigdetndon the nest day.
'the 20th, we marched to Gains'
! Mills, on the extreme left of our lines.
; where Stonewall Jacksnu hud been
nghtiug, and when we snivel Jack-
r . .
em, had driven the enemy some I wo
miles. So we camped on that hut lie
fluid that night nnd the next lunrn
mo re crossed tuo CuicUnhoij.it.y a iv
! er, and went from place to place, i in
til wc joined Gcu. Walker at ',M,iie
at or near llairisou's landing. This
was the end of the seven nay s bat -
ties around Ilirbmnud.
Wo then went back to iVteisbtng.
where we we.e in camp unt.l A..ui
' Sow) time iu August while at .ti.it
camp our regiment was recruited hv
conscripts and belore we bad time to
.lrill them wu were order, ,1 to mturb.
. Ui wir 1(nv on the nn nioiable
Marvlami campaign. Wo took pari
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, )Ue captmo tf Harpers l.riy,
September 15, 1SU2. Major tSeneral
I .,, .. ifii i
Walker will. Uriiradier Walki I
ISi igude and Hansom's llrigioin -c
! cupied the Lnw.lou Heights in Vir-
giuia and were in full view t tl.e
fe,-v when it wa.s sun eiidiied. We
then m iichcd lo Maiyland, crossing
the Tolomac at .Siepaidotowi), and
c, lbo night of the ItHh wei e placed
t. ,.,n ,1 ... I.o-.l ,m il.r Anti.o:oii i iv
er, about two miles south of Sharps-
burg. The batlie ou the I, tl opened
very early on the morning ot the
17th, and about '.' o'clock a. m
Walker's Division, (Hansom's aud
Walker's Uiigadi!-) were xideiod to
tho lilt to support Stonewall Jack
sou. We arrived at t lit) Dunkaid
c hurch, one and a half miles noiih of
rMjarpsourg, at lllioilt II o.
hurch. 'lhe church wis about the
center ot tho legiment. Wo drove j
I ho enemy out id lLo woods ami
charged their liue east o! the church, ,
but were cut; all to pieces. We lost
about one half ol our men, killed and ;
wounded. So closely were we pris
ed in this battle that brigades weic .
divided. The Twenty-seventh N.uih !
C irolina llegiment ami Third Ark- i
ansa iegitueut, a p..ri oi ai.ver h
liiiiradc, were sent to the right, and
of W atker s 1
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me i oi ivMii; uit .u i. .-aro una nun
Virginia llegimcnts to ,he
Kf tf leaving a gap between us that
wutild have repined seveial meu lo
have tilled, but 'fortunately for us the
enemy did not see it. Then, about!
. o'clock p m , Col. Hill was order-j
with h.'s regiment, tho Fo.ty.
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riL:Ullt, IU lli.T IMUPiliD illl J 1 l.l i
hue, where there was some hard
lighting. We mat ched iu tpjick time, j
little over a mile, but whoa we ar- ,
iittu, tiiiihsiuiMii.tm .inn tiue(i ...e ,
enemy back some distance. e then ;
marched back, and arrived at tho
ihinkard church about dark, where
we remained uulil the night of (ho
liflh, wheu wo re crosbttl the Po-
i M av tho Arnu-fi .rlliei-n ir-
,,. ,..,,,.,, ' i -,,, i, t.a p.,
ti.ina.. flirt l.l'.ill W it 4 llinri' I hn. I ... . II.
i,. .'; i i, , ;., .i.,a
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'. t 1 ...ivtia ltut.ri It M..OII1M U-H told
..,,,, I, la .nil ..... mnli.MO I V ut
f redericKstuirg, a, uoccmocr ij,
1M!a Here tTm Ko'rtv enrhth suf- i
fored all0, ,L.r liCuV.. !uM) being in "
Ul0 LoUesl of Ul0 Mllj. A A.
the hottest ot the tjattle. Jlnj
w" wounded; Capt. J. C. Slaf-
foi d, Compai. v K; Lieut. Petei W.
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... ,e C() E LicuX M s.
,., r, , n ,..t r.i.i.t II IV
Bud L t j J J3uw,j Company D. :
c )t Jlihn Moo colnlal A
j F. nm rhmun, company il. 'Lieut;'
J. K. Polls, company C; hieut H A
Gray, comj.auy F. and Lieut. Ed i
win Tyson, company G, were wound ,
cd. The loss ol nou commissioned
oflicrs and men was very heavy. j
From Fredericksburg. Cook's brig
ado was sent, in Jauuary, 103, to;
1'ocotaligo, S. C , where we remain i
ed until April, aud were then order ,
od back to eastern North Carolina :
until July. Whilo hero wc did a j
..,l l,il t i,r.t,l..i. ki. ii. a
liul(3 8kirini8tl at Gum Swam.., and !
drovo tho Yankees as far us Red .
Bauks, eight miles from Newbern. j
Then we went horn place to place, j
We were ut liltle Wasiuugtou, Tar- i
boro, Wcldon and other places until 1
about the 1st ol J uly, when we went !
to liichmond, aud wero around Rich i
mond several days guarding the
city. In August we Went back to
Frederickbburg; were there about a !
month; then to (iordonsvillc, where
we joined tho regular tinny and
marched to Uristoo Station ou the j
14th of October, 18U3. We had miss-
ed all tho hard marching ou tho
campaign to l'tnusy I vania and the
tTent h.iitl.t of (icttvsburr. but at '
Uristoe we suffered the heaviest loss
of any battle wo bad yet been in, .
charging a neavy body ot tuo enoiny
entrenched behind a railroad. From
here we fell back to Orange Court
House whore we went into winter
The next battle was at tho Wilder
nesa, May, 4, lbti4 llolb's Division
fought a heavy force of tbeenemj
for two hours beloro we were reliev-
ed. At no time during the war did
his division do belter ligbling. Tho
I writer hoard General Lee tell Oon
oral Cook that uiKht that be (Gen.
! Cook) nnd Ki. Ulnnd, with their
' brigades, had held 25,000 Yankees
, . )0I.e tbun two hour-.
1 , "lul" " . " .
! "'' wh not heavy, bu the
, enemy h was veiy great. 1 here
; kernel lo no as many ueau ...en ,,,
our Iront i.s wo had men engaged,
j ; (.'"". w"; " ''"'i-'"1
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belote wo wire relieved, so that we
could see the enemy's lines lis they
won. d come up to relieve one line
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i '""r a. mu.cr, ti.ien incy .... .,.. u
how il,:.i I he
niidcivrowili was ci.l
i liiitvpul.y by our hallo, tl.e
I roe top.- in , e rear ol us weiv cut
ail to pieces, while but few balis
;Sti".i,k liees mar the ground, show
ling that the enemy shot over us.
j Wo wire relieved a little before sun
set by Wilcox's Division, nnd nf er
I dark wi re marched out nnd formed
a line in an old straw liold. wlure
we lav until morning. At daylight
, the s!ii misb tiring began. At sun
rise ti e ei cmy advanced m severs
Jn the meanwhile a battery of
runs were Drought iu and
ol'clieil on ll.e no VII 1.(1 II ir
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I I I'l' I l.s HI; Mill. iltlli Vtl.1
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pencil on ll.e advancing lines ol
t eat. noli Usui in the battle. Tl.e stroke
;livm ll.e cannon was so del. so the
captain could not sea what ho was
I doii. g. Tim writer was ordered by
: lien 'ink to go in Iront to see w hero
; the shells were billing. I soon saw
: that liny w,-re Hying over their lines
: iiinl doing no execution at all I in
' f. ru.cd t he con inlander ol the dis
tance ol tin) enemy-, Tl.e next lire
they li.rra .. lo cut lanes through tho
llo. a. Iv.in. ino lines, bnl ll.e iiriilieiv
had time only for a few rounds. Very plainly that lie didn't believe
when Gen. J.ongst reel's corps ad-: l,'c good accomplii Led by live seed
vauccd and drove them back into distribution a..,oiii.t.d lo ven u
and out ,d their bi east works and smali traction ol what it had cost,
lock possession of the suno. This! The uction ol t ho lb itisl. gnvci n
was a most gallant net. Ja.ngsheet ment iu altording the same rolec
w ith one line drove sevrral lines of li,m Amo leans u siiliug in t. e
Federals back, leavinc ll.e mound Transvaal lei uh.ie ll.al il docs to
strewn will. Fedeial dead. That
night while iu the captured breast'
work was all peilcclly sti.l, (icii.
I. cm i ode across the lino on the ex
iremo right Some one cried out
'i hreo cheers for Gen. Lee," which
was taken up on tiie right and went
the rounds to ll.e extle.no lell the
grandest rebel yt 11 of the war Tho
rear guard ol ll.e retreating Felici
a's lircd and ran. Some of I hem,
eaptined a few dais afterward, re-'
polled that several corps wore or ;
tiered back as they thought we were!
Wc had a heavy skirmish on Foe '
liver an 1 were s-veiely cannonaded
The Fedei ills, in falling hack at this
place, tired the woods on us, but tho
nre, iiko ineir suens, u.u .101 hioji us
iu ul. Jt VIll.u
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This all amounted
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(I'oii-'luJcJ next wee?.)
I Fri'iu our lU'eulnr (kirraapouilnui.t
Wasiiin.;tu.n, Jan. 17, 18!t(i.
Hurrah! lor the winner". 'That's
.vi:ll u ..jod democrats ure snout
j,,,, today whelbcr llu-y are men.
illM rt t ll0 .aUonal UomililttcO or
;ust ,.;,, everyday democrats This
ouy another illtistraliou Droving !
i hat "nothing succeeds like success".
Yesterday w hen the Democratic '
National Committee mot to decide '
upon tho time and place tor ho ding !
tho next National Convouliou ils
members while practically unaui '
utous us to the time for holding tho '
convention, were divided us to which ;
ot the competing cities should lie giv
n ttie honor ot enterlaumig the con
vention. Tod iv, ufter a contest,
which although spirited was good
naturcd Iron, si u l lo finish, ..hey
are all shouting. "Hurrah ! for tho
winner". Let'evcry democrat hoi.o
that the same spirit will animate
delegates to tl.e convention and that '
.. i, ii.o in.. ;u n,.... . '
democrat, north, eoulh. east a.,,1 !
d, will shout "hurrah: lor tl.o
inner , ami U.en luwe on his coal
and go lo work to make him a win
If tho members of tho National
Committee reflect tho opiuions of
the democrats ol Hie Slrtes they
Ul t rifUliy to
yet. A more
the old democratic parly
pass in its chocks just
cock' set of meu nev-
or assembled in Washington. They
believe to a man that tl.o democrat j
ic party has a chance lo retrieve its j
fortunes and e lect the next Presi j
dent, and that all lhat is needed is
to put up a candidate who will unite
tho party and bring out the voters ;
who have fur one cause or another j
become disgusted aud refused to
vole. Ami they believe further that !
ibis can bo done. Il all depends i
ii...... Ihn I,.., L- nt.. Hilnlli t.l.41.1 !
erydav democrats. There are enough ;
of t hem to curry this country. That
has boon rcpeutedly proven during I
tho last twelve years, and can easily '
bo provon again, but only by united j
ucuon. Let every democrat appoint i
himself a committee of one oil the j
good of tho party, aud there will bo I
there van bo no doubt of there
suit. It the republicans eloct the
next President it will bo solely the !
fault ot men who bolievo iu demo
crntic principles but do not live up
Commissioner Lochrcn's report ot
the condition ot business in tho Pou i
sion Hureau is an effectual answer
to the slanderous slurs unon the ad ;
miuistration ol that office which are ;
constantly inado in certain quailcrs.
it snows tbat on Uec 1, tue business i ti n tu
td tho olfico was practically uptojTuttS Liver 1 ills. 1 hey rcg-
date. Since then the calls of Coo ! uatc the bowels and produce
, gressmen, otten nearly 1,000 a day, j . ... pj
' an 1 largely unnecessary, have ret A VlgOfOHS tSOtiy.
suited in throwing the business be por sick headache, malaria, bil-
hiud. Of the interior workiugs of; . , ,:, i;n
the office the report eays: "I am lousness, constipation and kin-
saiisfiod that the oiHcera and cleiks! drtul disr-ases, an absolute cure
. are bringing every effort to bear up TIJTX'S LlVCT PILLS
'on the prompt aud proper adjudiua
tion of all the several clauses of
claims now pending. Case thut are
ready (or adjudication are promptly
disposed of, and apparent delays are
I usually tho remi t of negligence or
'. , ,. , , r .
uub.l. y on the purl of claimants or
. their attorneys ouppK nceesMi.)
..m. uu...K ,.. ..
repeatedly, of the iiec'stdly lor lur
'TJw T I
: nt-nalor aIM.m. ..I lexitM. inmle 11
speech t bis tvtvl; on his 1 1 hoIi.i imi,
containing w Hal be believes m.uiiI.I
be declared to t Iu
uncial policy l
elai aliol.H, w l.ici. i
I I.I IIH the 1
I' I i ,
V:H il-Slinei ,
liya ii-l I el ii euii i. I t.l i
ll U I r. I Jl I: it l Ii I
in la vol' o I I Ik
bullion in I he
-al ,..:. r m I; .; JmI, !
el na:e ot I lie r . ! i
1 it i.Mll : It i, .i l;
vor of tho i.-sue of t inereiicv Ical
lend, r notes in ci.se ol a d t; ii uc.
in revenues; Jll., against the irsue
ol il.teiest laaiing lioml-; nth, le
lavnr ol paying ol goveriiiueiil obli
gal.ous iu hot!: goM nnd silver; (ill.,
repudiating ll.e theory (Imi a pah
l;c debt is a public blih.-il; 7lU,
urging the maiiiieiiaiiec of a sinking
fund for the rapid eMinguisl.mi id
l ... ... .1 : . .... .1. .11
o ciciui j ..lonoii in.s eeu unu
a joint mci iing t i tno tioiiso au.i
donate coiiiiniitics on Agi null u.
thai his action in rl.isiuglo t-pchd
the money ep ' p: iatid for tho pur
chase ol seeds lor i ce dint I ibulio;.
was, in a inca: ure, due lo abuses,
such as Congi cH-mrli silling their
entire ipiota o, s ds for a pittance.
The depart mi id, he said, had in si v
cral instances bought Irom ou-.hle
dt aieis Coi.gn s.-.i.en s entire ipiola
of seeds winch had eo.-t the govetl.
in, id abolll JUIKI for each quota for
SfiOeacb. He told tho commlitccs
its own su hp ,: s has been extremely
well received in Wusliingiou and
has done much lowaids iistoi inga
Iriendly feeling low.i d.stt.o F.ngl s i.
Mr. liccii ismliwiug Ins Ho nio
indulge in soiiic pen-ioii tali; thi.
we, k, on tl.e leg.dar pension t.p
.i oprialioii hiil and ll.e Senate is
discussing tho tree coihiit b . b.-t ll.l lo
ti.r the House bond bill.
Will Nnl Help llw last'.
Fr.- a. Hie el u.-l'.iu' oIu tht.
The Aineiic.iil t'olloi
FlOtta live As ocl.il I
.1 is ol' r.
invitation to ail comim-
liieu.luic, llrai.gi s, A.ii ..noes, e;c, ,o
i,n i epl e-enled at a iueetm:.' I o I e
u., ut, Meinj b.s on. I he 'Jhl to
n.lnpt a s slcuial ic tin tl o.l ,1 res-
trieting the cotloii ra iesge tnis year
Those who go will be wa-.lii.g the.)
valuable tune aid throw rg n.va;.
tbi-ir good i."il't '. I'i.e !-o.il lit ; ii
far. nei g, encoiii !,c.l I v tloi.vi i.l
good prices, ere going l-.i n! n ( re
ucreago iu cott.iu tl.is spung than
ever b loi e iu I bed' tivt a. ai.d all the
meetings ll.i.t could h- held In Iwo.-ii
now and gii.ning liind will ta.i In p
I bo i use.
Tho little daughter of Dr M , .
rows, ol Biiiiingiiiii. N i', sw.d ow
.. i : . i. i . i ... i : .. .
t . .. ,'t
lb,0al "" 1''1 1
K ileigl. Pies Visitor:
lii'gisla' me made a law t
three-inch boat d on t ;
wir- f.-m e- ai.n- .i
protection to -u i l.e
into etf. ci .F .i .. .; 1 .
. . .
Fine loi ileail.ichi
As a remedy f r nii f ! .
nch Kiectiic Kutei-. :. i
bo I he I.h.-I. It f If.-ets a eriiiaii, ul
CUIealid the most dreaded h.b.tilil
tVb l" "V 'la -V'1'" l"'1'
sick ht ad.iehca 'eld lo its iidl
uige hii wi.- a.o u.it.e.e-.i to p.o
;," ' "u'' -,v" V"? l"'A'
bU'' l.io. tu easts of haiutiial con
.'l'1"" " ''. U.ile.s .-uu-s by
giving the ueed- d tone to tin- b iw
and lew eases long resist the u , of i
this m, ilicii.e. liv it ,.i,-e. Fifty!
cents and -J I 01) al li. It Pi.kii.glon's I
Drug Store. I
icie is g
od reus:';, for Ihe pop-
ul irily of C-.:'..bei! ii:.'s Con-1. Hem I
t-dv. Davl- I! n I. . f W t ion I
'tcrey. t'iaiion Co, Pa, sas:"l: has!
cur, d pt op'n .?it, our physicians
could do nothing for. VYe pei --.laded j
them to l.y a bottle of Chamh-i I un .-
Cough Uein.-dy and they m. w i. e. .in i
in -u 1 it wot. th.. io-t of in"'. 2 5 vi 1
" I c.-M hoi lie :r sale bv Jtvnum
lled.-n, 1). u.gists. !
Carito.i C . nwt-H, f-o-a nvi of ll.n
'-'"''. v" -I . :.i l eves ,
,Mi,t 't'aml.en.-,ir's Co.:g!i li-ieedv
'bould ho Ml . Vety hi.ino lletis.,
,l 1 " ' ' ' l!,.', :"1 ' ,iv !
,'11" lie sny .; ; is 'i. t. e l n g; n.,.1 1
ly, I cao kco... .i.uil to u I Ij
have aU wn it us-.d fm i .h.iopii g
eo.ig!., uith the besi r, s.i.ts . .'.") mi 1
0,,,,t boiil. s for ..ale ly l'.ynum V j
Headeh, Diuggisls. .
Whit is -ail to h t!,ii.,ig'st pane
t,f p':tt .!as in the eo in'rv is in a j
window in H irtford I' umi. It wm
dim lo in H.-tlgiirn, au 1 hin,
lo.J feet vvi.b', hilf an inch thick an 1
weighs l.StlO pouudi.
Keep the system in perfect or-
i i , occasional Use of
To -.11 Ovur Pricnds arid. Oulg-
tOUQ-GXS, and we thank tlioni lor Iheir kind favors
diii ino; Ihe mst your, nnd (ako this opportunity
ofaitin siskin thoin to continue thoir p;tt
roimoo. ', will kt'op om- ,(mk t-onipl de in
t'Vt'iy il.'jCi: i '''.'.' -hi 1 pminic.-u t. ,', ;ifn
o;o(i.l.-- ;h low a liioy can ho hud i:i ;ii;i! -
hot for tho cash.
If j oil want fo save money
j;ol on f ho riuht lituk and march to tho new
W. L. LONDON & SON.
riTTNKOKM', Jm :', lS'.ni.
Ii.'. J .1
as kkmi:i:f;i 'lo tuk siatk vitr.A.si
Loiitus and I )e. .mils
O.ir.halts, t.ecuif.l 1-7.0 " III -
Dverdiiif", lutseciir.'il, I :! 1'. 77
:?25,HH.Nr (' 1 pr.,o. H..I. ls.s-.'l.lifiiin
Hankii.o lloiise, Cut nit in ,',
(Mhei leu' est. lit',
Dcuitoid I. I'll. s,
I oii- li I .ie fi inn 1 1. 1 1 !
Chei k ai.d oi-li t i .'
Cifth ill Vuuii.i,
1 1 .-mS .",
;ii.riCii no '
i; 1.2 in :u
I. '.121 77
We solicit vim r ciit cl ions and
Wt. will be pi,i.,id lo ct.rni-pond
cl.nnj; a or opening new siccoui.t.s.
.1. J. THOMAS, ricsidcnt,
i;i(!iri'i;. cuis of hnsllinr has plaood those works
AIIKAI' ol' all other.-, in litis lino in this State.
;)-iC'.T:IOtXT AiD TOMBSTONES
All!'. I.OWKUTilAN KVKU I'.I'.FOHE.
Only Mai bio find Gronito Used in tho Manufacture
Ol' TOMIiSTONTS AND MONUMENTS. TOMBSTONES
l-i )! O.N T. POl.l. Ul A SKT! "
C. .L ESulin, Proprietor,
(Kvuti ol li e f.i.et collect iuii of designs in existccco.
15uilitJ, .Y. -r.
IO MV CM A . ' C! i oli-.NI.-i Wilo I
linirton, wc would isav we cany inu.
MDllJM k l
HATS and tJKNT.S"
e found in
lo us. and
i-av ei I
T. J. LAMBE,
TI21D C3COTIIIEH and rURMISUSIl
Tor Xiurham and Surlington, 2T. C.
Oct. 1 I I'.in.
rUTalMUIO. N. c.
Il.-lll.' ! -... . I .111 "f!l 'I' III l'lllliM I
I t.i P i alr .1-kf. ou.i 'u'h. ."iv.-lt y, moving
Inll.'li.ltm ' . Ill l.'rtl hlj.o.
Oct. .... I .:.
Iiiavi: oiT.Nr.o a stoiu:
j IN AlMITTON TO Til Kill
STOKUS A r
Durham and Ooldsboro
in which they have a full and com-
.,i0t0 tit()tk 0f aH kinds ot
WHICH WILL HE SOLD AT
Oct. '1 1 , ol.l.
Ill ll, ON TliK ldril DKCKMUKU, 1895.
dl Capital Slock paid in
r.idivid.d l'rofits, 20.81 22
Mis p.ivahle, 30.IMK)(I0
Due to IJ.inks, 10,880.03
! 1" i ii mil s Subject to
Cheek, 350,510 8C
' '.is ner'n chocks ontstaud
iug 1,859 87
business We guarantee ratiiifaetion.
with those who eoule.uplate uiakiug
13. S. JKItMAN, Cashier,
if AM on ru
laige.t line ol
ns a look, it means a
! C. F. 4 Y. V. RAILWAY.
JOHN GILL, Receiver.
I ir,'ct Dec. 8th 1895.
mi Hoi'Ni. No. 2
I '.. KHIll'T I
l.oivn sii.t City
Arrivn Ml Airy
StU KU l.Ol'ND.
1M o. ra.
U. l p. m
I jo '
1 M "
1 " -
I.i'.ivo Ml. Airy
l..ftvf WH.imt Cove
I o ivt. Knsett:tl
3 . n.
NnRTIl BOUND CONSECTt0!S.
Al rnyetit'vlile with Atlut.o Ooast Line tor all
m.uis North and E-vit. nJ Sauford wlih lh -l.i.ar.l
Air Line, at Oroenalx.ro with Hi Souihara
luillway Coiniiany, at Waluut Cot with tho Hoi
folk wottiot u uallroaj tor wUutoa-Salvm.
SOUTH 1101'SD CONNECTIOXS.
at walnut Oof with Ilk Nnrtolk k Western Rail
rml lor titin kn aud KilDU North and Weat, U
OrKftiHoi.r.i wt.h the Suultiern Hallway OoDar
(or lluH igli. Klt'liin..ud and all potnia Morth and
Eunl, tayC.taTllla with Uie Allautle Ooaal tan
..r all '"1m Sotub. at Uaxtou with th Beatxrtl
Air Lino tor l.arWiie, Atlaut and alt polote
Sou' I. aud S..utUwt.
w. K. HTLR, Urn'iraM
i. W. ral, Ucu'l Mauanr.