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VI. No. 21.
I STATE I) KM. EX. COM.
REV. KI. BL DGEU QUITS U?.
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At a conference of the Executive
Commit. ;-e of the Democratic party
of N:rth Cn,jhm, held in lUkigb,
May mr, the following resolu
tions -vt.-r'j ?. opted and ordered
1. That th" Executive Committee
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i 't ii): oratio rn.rtv of t.bp Rtvfa
of iscrth Oirolina, acting and speak
ing for and in behalf of the partr,
republish, rc'terate and empha-iz;
Uie dj:J.raH);i of the p'-'-v niad m
t.k; :U ooavention, Augu; t 8, 1301
Aiicv.Ile, May 21 .
current here aud is 'eneruily 1
Etvcd tbar, II A Gudger his k-fc the
ncuiOC:.'.ic pa.ty and gone over ;o
the liep'ublicana. It is said that he
hs prei ared u letter Betting
hia K-aco: for the
will he p''blich;. d fioou. G?uber kb.s !
been on government busine. 6 in th
West for seyeral months.
' a ziv - - - - -
fmprovoinenlsnj tlie .Toll.
Jailer Hili'd bo::rding house is be
ing repaired. The cells in v, '-J.ch jc
, in favor of the free and unlimited ' mucl1 deyilment has been (!ooe of
t. ' .'' 1 f -Ti ri 1
m vicl Steals a ItiIe.
, ilarrisioii, a burly negro
v.H lhiiaiied two years and j
.i:. :r; iLe penitentiary, was
:tcr ' morning while coming
' : - n the train from Ral"
id, hp stole a Bible and some naint
r. f - iJw.tt TV. ;,J
... jivi,,t. who waa on the cars.
I.t nirht C fiicer Sec -I n:-hbed
:.: and fo'ird some ot t:.e ctcuen
1 , en hia person. Henry id
: et hack to the
In r Ca?t -in,-..
a, she tjaveth' m Ca-:turi.:
'i f ! r a
;-igh Observer in its after
on the unyeilmg haR
f vh Xr.rth Carolina Ee?i-
it i bv E'eut.
.!:'. ITU 3.
it f ; .To '. '
h me with him at the ck :e
iie war and has kept it ever
htr sner Fifty Years.
t TlSi-.l trii nrr.r tirtTT ro'ira nX7
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corthes the child, tjoftena the
-si?, allays all pain, cures wind
) rrho. a It will relieve the poor
' m eery nart of the
1 ..nty live centa a bottle.
re u ii I ask for '-Mri Winfcl v'a
nb vmp," ;rnd t-ikf.1 no other
'i '1 Wirmer weather for
- i-iv, -jays the signal seryice.
Electric Bitters as a remedy for
triibles? If not, get a bottlo now
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"re,i(-f. This medicine nas
v fot'ud to be peculiarly adapted
--i:. t and cure of all Female
! ,,'lai exerting a wonderful
I'lLuice in giving strength
r"i tone to the organs. If you have
: -r 'ite, Cmstipation, Head-
' ruiiil 'ig Spells, or are "Nervous
Kscitable, Melancholy or
'Med ...:tri Dizzy Spsllc, Electric
"8i3 the medicine'you need.
J' 'hf.ii.: Strngth are gnaranteed
t u?e. Large bottle3 only fifty
HatFetzer'a Drug Store.
coinage oi shyer ni. the ratio ui' 1G
2 That time and pressing events
have proyen the wisdom of this
latest delar atio ; of the party on this
all absorbing question, and we ap
peal to the Demecraiic press and
people of the State to give to it their
loyal, open and aggressive support.
3 That in advocating the free
ind unlimited coinage of silver by
the Goyernment of the United States
we are not asking any favors or con
cession from any one, but are 3im
ply demanding that the great wrong
done the masses of the American
people by the Republican party in
1873 be undone and that silver be
restored to the pocition it occupied
from the foundation of our Gov
ernment up to the perpLiration of
i'.:.:t gre:-: .publican crime.
4. T"::: u; our judgement the im
mediate resumption of the free and
unlimir-d co'nage of silver by the
governm nt of the United States a&
it rxiprei prior to 1893 without
waiting one moment for the co-onera.
tion il without reference to the
conduct or policy of any nation on
earth is the great duty that now con
fronts the American people, and wc
appeal to all men of every shade of
political opinion in North Carolina
who believe as we do that the re
storation of the free and unlimited
coinage of silver means the restoras
don of prosperity to our home to
join with us in the great battle of
180G, which we intend to wage to
wipe out the Kepublienn crime of
1873, and to secure for orr beloyed
old State good law? and governs
6. That we send our greetings to
our Domccratic brethern of Illinois,
thanking them for the bold open
and aggressive stand they have taken
in favor of the immediate resump
tion of the coinage of silver and -;c
send them our assun.nce oT our
hearty sympathy and co-operat: ;n in
j. That regarding the question of
the resumption of the free and un
limited coinage of silver of the oyer
shadowing one in American politics
urge that such action be taken by
the various bimetalic leagues a3 will
open the way to a union of the
friends of silver coinage i their
support of a candidate for the Pr.sis
dency and candidates for Congress
who can be relied upon to stand by
the people in their great struggle
for financial emancipation from the
evils of the single gold standard.
7 That while we concede the right
of every citizen of the State to go as
a delegate to the so-called sound
money convention, to be held in
Memphis this week, or to be re
resented by delegates thereto, we
at the same time protest that in so
doing they do not represent tte
Democratic sentiment of this State
l?ue, that were parti liouo ot
plank, are being lined with iron. It
had gotten 10 be a common trnug to
hear of the walla being cut through,
therefore chairman Dove has i?ecided
it more safe and the crimmais more
secure if iron partitions be pu m
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GIVING THE K THIVGS A WAY
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mr. n v Allison fia3 either gotj J
a uouanza or a pest, in one part of
his garden he ha J r)e sown; this was j
cut, followed by a voluntary growth j
of vegetation, the name of which e j
cannot give. Mr. Allison himself
doesn't know. It has grown to the
height of 3 to A feet, stands thick ou
the ground. The cattle and borne
a. e very fond of it. The appearance
ui iuu muwtu is mat or tne iiounta:n i &
Pea, .having on it short fly t pods. If
this growth keeps ou to the taste of
cat tic wnu grows as it started, some
tbhg t,ood ib in jtore. But wiieio
1 " '"iV ill i.-fjiiif . :fi5v.-.-r-fCrri'l 31!. ttil
I . i cr utmtn
Improved Chautauqua. Klnderg-a . r
Drawlr.r Board an " !ting DcsS-.
have sen it.
l our fO-wM rl4ftlf.
I have four good, fre3h irul!- eos
for sale. Write to or call on me at
St. John's, No. S township.
G eo. 11. Millj: u.
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Half Hat cm.
Commencement. Female College
Oxford, N. C. Tickets on sale
May 26 to 2S, linclusive. Filial
limit May 31, 1895. Continuous
passage in each direction. Fare f or
round trip $5.55.
Centennial Celebration Uuiveisity
of North Carolina and Annual Cm
mencemrnt, Chapel Hill, X, C.
Tickets on sale J une 1 to 5, inclusive.
Final limit, June 10, 1865. Con
tinuous passage in each direction,
Fare for round trip $4.70.
Conference Woman's Foreign Mia
sionary Society of M. E. Churoh
fourn. r iyetviiie, i. u. ur
. 1 j 1 l n i
o:i aie io ureensooro or oen
C, May ;'5 and 24th. Limit Mr
9th lo'J5. Fare for round trip co
Greensboro, $3.65 to Salem $7.60.
Annual Commencement Sa'em
Female Academy Winston-Salem. N.
C. Tickets on sale May 25 and 27th !
ir-dusiva Jirnit June 3rd 1895. F;re
for round trip $375.
Annua. Commencement Trinity
College Durham N. C. Tickets on
sale June 1 to 4th, inclnsiye linn
June 5rb. Fare for round trip $4.70
Ivy I I 'wtS'3
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OME A;. D SEK
And get a cir
cu ! i v hat will
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folded for Shlpp'no
or packn2 wa..
Butklfii N AruiCH ia vc.
The Best SaWe in tke woril for
Rheum, 'verSor- s. Tetter.C happed
Hand-, Chilblaint. Corns uid all
Skin Eruptiong, and posr ivrly i -..rv3
Piles or no pay required. It is
guaranteed to give satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 Cints per
box. For sale at P. B. Fetzer's Drug
j -pi flwforuss.