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OONCOIU), MARCH 25, 1805.
Kiiatins Donnelly and Sidney
Jaer, Populist candidates for Gov
ernor of Minneapolis at the last
election, bay the People's party will
not -join the free silver coinage
I am or osed to the big appropria
tions. This Legislature is spending
more money than any previous body.
Tl e .e lobbies haye been filled with
people m"' ccatini: large appropriate
lions, and they have had more in
due ce. Senator Hoover.
appropriations exceed those
'-.rvious Legislature Sena
Every effort I have made for re
form has been a failure. Senator
Xoruer v. rites aaiu today. ITe
cry much -leased wih the repres
sentative mass meeting Friday
night II is something to be prcud
vjc. v-v- tw veehs in which to
decide whom we want for the sever
al town oflices. Let Democrats put
their head to the problem and soh e
Senator J J Long, of Eastern
North Carolina, died Saturday. He
wa3 one of the appointees to the
Agricultural Department. Gov.
Oarr will have a vacancy to fill if
the Supreme Court sustains the ac
i'on of the Doug Legislature.
Just as has been said time and
again, the same doubted and denied
by all who worshipped at hu throne,
Marion Putler, whom the Legisla
ture has made U. S. Senator, has
gone straight on the Republican
side, bridle and all. He come3
nearer being fit for such association
than with any others.
A Household Treasure.
D. W. Fuller, of jcanajoharie, N.
A'., cays that he always keep3 Dr.
King's New Discovery in the house
and his family has always found the
ery best resuts follow its use; that
be would not be without it, if pro
curable, G A Dykeman Druggist,
(Makill, N, Y., says that Dr. King's
New Discovery is undoubtedly the
best Cough remedy; that hejhas used
tin hi: family for eight years, and
it 1-2 never failed to do all that is
claimed for it. Why not try a
remedy so long tried and tested.
Trial buttles free at Fetzeri drug
One Thonsaml Alumni lo lie Present
On Tins Grand occasion.
The University of North Carolina
will celebrate the Centennial of its
opening on Wednesday, Jnne 5, 1895.
In the morning orations will be de
livered by Hon, A M Wadde'l, class
of 1854, on the "Ante-bellum
University," and A U Eller, Esq ,
class of 1895, on the "New Uni
versity." A banquet will be given at 2 p.
m., at which the Alumni will sit
together by classes, and various
toasts will receive suitable responses.
At night, in Memorial Hall, will
be held a grand reunion of all the
classes. The roll will be called, and
each class will respond by marching
upon the rostum. Such classes as
desire will have ten minute? allotted
for special programmes.
It is expected that fully 1000
Alumni will be present at this the
culminating festival in the life of
the University. Let every living
alumnu3 immediately tend his
name and addrcS3 to President
Winston, Chapel Hill, N, C, and
! signify his purpose to attend
Wliaf .Xortli Carolina Women Will lo
to Attraet Attention in Atlanta.
"The Populist-Republican com
bination in the North Carolina legis
lature' says tiie Baltimore Sun,
"find it hard to get ahead of the
noble women of the Tar Heel State.
The ladies recently had a bill intro
duced into the legislature providiug
for a display of the work of the wo
men of North Carolina at Atlanta,
but it was tabled. Not discouraged,
the ladies haye decided upon a mo3t
appropriate and unique exhibit at
the approaching exposition. In the
room assigned to North Carolina in
the Woman's building at Atlanta
they propose to place a large bare
pine table, aud upon this table, in a
frame, the petition and bill which
the Senate so promptly tabled, and
in another frame a picture of the
members of the Senate. With the
ayes and noe3 marked. Ouly this
and nothing more, but it will tell to
all who yisit the exposition in At
lanta why the women of North
Carolina have no work on exhibition
there." Two tablen will be needed.
Charleston News and Courier.
There should be another table
with the life. sized portrait of Fred
Douglass on it, and tagged with the
names cf those who, in the lower
house, adjourned and wept.
THE SEABOARD BOYCOTT.
Hearing of the Injunction fuse at
Atlanta Not Completed.
Atlanta, Ga., March 23. The
petition of the Seaboard Air Line
Railway for a permanent injunction
restraining the Nashyille, Chatta
nooga and St. Louis from boycotting
it, came up before Judge Lumpkin
Arguments were heard from Jack
J Spalding, representing the Sea
board, and Baxter counsel for the
Nashville,Chattanooga and St. Louis.
President Spencer, Vice-President
Baldwin, of the Southern; President
Thomas, of the Nashville, Chat
tanooga and St Louis; Receiver
Comer, of the Central, and a great
many more prominent railroad men
The case inyolves the power of
the Southern Railway and Steam
ship Association and all pooling and
traffic organizations to enforce boy
cotts. The case was not concluded
and will be resumed Monday,
All taxes not paid in full by the
first of April will be advertised for
sale, L, M. Morrison,
LOSS GF VOICE
After Acute Bronchitis
CUBED BY USHTG
A PREACHER'S EXPERIENCE.
44 Three months ago, I took a vio
lent cold which resulted in an attack
of acute bronchitis. I iut myself
under medical treatment, and at the
end of two months was no better.
I found it very difficult to preach,
and concluded to try Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. The first bottle gave me
great relief ; the second, which I am
now taking, has relieved me almost
entirely of all unpleasant symptoms,
and 1 feel sure that one or two bot
tles more will effect a permanent
cure. To all ministers suffering from
throat troubles, I recommend Aver's
Cherry Pectoral." E. M. Rkawlky,
I). P., Dist. Secretary, Am. Rapt.
Publication Society, Petersburg, Va.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
GOLD MEDAL AT THE WORLD'S FAIE.
AVERS LEADS ALL OTHER SARSAPARILLAS.
Last .Notice Town Taxes.
(a.; April the 1st, 1895, I will
advertise all property upon which
the taxes for the vear 1891 are not
pu'd. Call at my office and settle
at once, and save costs.
March 4, '95. J. L. Roger,
al. Town Tax Collector.
PLAIDS AND SHEETINGS, if
AND SALT BAGS,
of all hh
Four foot wood always wanted
best prices for same. We invite an
luyptctio s of all. the coods wa
WATCH THIS SP.A
CHANGE EVERY DAY.
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