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CARL S GAER'l NER. Director.
Aug 10,1884 ......
l-t'liL Vi .l. j-ili.u.. li ui Ji-i.
ot tvi. placaa, txoai $20.00 to HilSaOO.
China Closets '
S15 00 to 115.00.
f 1 O0to H5.O0.
. t3 00sto 20 00.
t Ii3.0U. -r JievoUlns Book Gea
atiyUoll Top DeMks and (ifilce
i&fijamtir: fiO.OO; Grgane,
i to$l50.0d. ' FUuo, $225.00
to 1800.00. .
. Hiis U , a great gale d you
K rtr?af ' nUtafcjj C if' you
to talfe" advantage- of it
otiejs promptly answer-
i?, 23,-. ANDIlEWa,
10 and lg WtatTravJ?8t,
Jai. 26, 1894.
:!; i.e. i
1 Core when all else fHa.M
Testimony of Url jJll. CLINE,
wife has used the Electronoke
for -Asthma and Bronchitis, and is in
better health than fer twenty years?
ii.v wrVtc us.. " '
..We pe&dall information and Utti--Bxoakli
ATULHTIQ KLSCTBOPOISX CO.,
WaAiii&rUiA, d c.
A' AA A a- A riifti
J. W.SAIN.M. D.,
- Has located. Af.Liucolutou aud of
fers hu-iwrvicea as pbypciau ip the
CHirra'a ol Liiicolnton ar.d snfrooud-
Will In-tound at uiut at the Lin
coin tou Hotel. ..i .
Mrch 27. 1801 . ; lv . .
Di. A. W. Alexander will be . a
Li 8 oflL t Li.u,cilut pu, J une, Au"
tfUet, 'O'Vlober, DftO.-nibir, Fb
mary aud April. Will le m Mt.
Holly, July, tipteiub' r, ovtmber,'
Jan U4iy, Ma U Vid ay
;. paiioiirte aolifiij-nd- iv.fip cahb
aud Ua'd:l'le.; ;
Who haa:not suffered tbia misery
caused by bile in the stomach
Avhich an inactive or aluggial
liver failed to cfrry p.jF.
PREVENTION ANP Cl8 l
liquid or powder,, which; gfteq
quick action to . the liver an
jafriea off the pile hy a niil4 m9Yf -
mti ef tie Wrfs; 'Ufa. fiefw
ptopr griping WfTOWr wt.
Piiy vpgetftbk;- Um: ppi
take pilla morq tako. Bimmona
Liver Regulator. . .,
- 1 hve been victim to BUlouaei tor
7Mrs,ud after ylc vrlou
myooly"ucoMWM lu the ue of aim-
to relieve me. I fpeiUt ot ofoyieU,
Sone. but my who o imi;y."-J. f IJf
Rjm onr K 8tup in red on wrapper.
Cavesta, ft4 Trade-VI rkt oVUiaed, d U rw
Mt Kuststsa conducted for mobimati rite. .
aad cna cui paltfit ia 1M Ua UaA U0M
Sicmoutre WMkuigton. , v
t Qpp. PmwT Qfrwt wowTow. 9.C
tytrlh, tu and HUj AUfer
Lord ftosebery made a speech at
the Royal Academy dinner lately
and the Lancet Says the most a
musing portion of it was on the
various BfyertlBttn-B now occu
have beaqimcommson lo ou this
Bi4rtheAtlan It is not al
totnr;that'the;'fndfcane ia af
,eed by hideSis boards, whlch,by
yoihnltalty, iuljuence inju
of the trav
eler; 5i;itfeif4ifecof the reading
w4e wouy rav pro teat. When
a rtBjjeyeahifl home to travel
throttgK tfa country, whethei on
bijBinesa or pleasure, there is al-
npy a, B)me Jbne jji X , ue jlybl e from
the charm and - pic.tureBque . char-
acldf 6f tlihdsc'pei'ttllat comes
beQ'rohim." . "iforgeYainaelf,
his' worriea, hiatroublea, hid pains,
in the diverting r'ob"jeo( he steal
TherYaJthe.xhuTch- 'fDrroTng the.
center of the pretty village, calling
up;memoiiea , .and,. h: ingtiou8
which-fill thermind: with Ihoughta
of the past and h6prs ot-' the fu-
ture'. rliere are1 tdiaiant blue
Jailli eVnmedc-XtKa .corpae
the ;wood, the .cottage the castle,
the park the manaion : and con
nected witK these'. 'there' fa al waya
some bit .ot romance gathered irom
past -.rcadinga. and . . meditations
which'cbmeB. aa ' a reliefv a dreani
outride' the puayworidhftnging
the monotony of life and by the
yerV forgetfntfieaa of njtet troubles
gnjnj; a r.ppae lvrie : which
ha'a the effept, .f cure ul some in
stances, of relief in all. But what
shall be said when from place to
place the mind of the traveling
sufferer ia iole8, vOXENa, forced
to dwell on h'a own ailmenta, real
or imaginary?.. AVhy is he. obliged
to learn that'he has a liveFthat ia
not in working order ; or that his
digestion is, day by day, failing ;
or that ho is getting every hour
weaker or ,weaker.; ioz that hia
' -! ;-"..: M " .' V"' '.
heart ia palpit&ting; or thftt'bis
kidneys are involved in the uni
veraal breakup of hia frame ; or
that hia brain ia altogether losing
its balance ; or that he is becoming
prematprely old ; or that, in short,
he muat.soon die if he neglects to
treat hiwM w'jth soflie particular
tife;g$v pill. Portion., lotion or
plaster, to, ay npthiUg at two or
three oifttWnia which have the
facility ot goine direct to the bone?
Lord Rosebery'e humor ought not
to bo misapplied. There is many
a truo word spoken, in jest, audi
emphatically, hia words were true-
We hope.he wiH no $o here, but
that, holdqg the rena. of power;he
will go beyond the uijafqruea. of
the Royal Academy 4 pitying
thQ mUfortunea the public gen?
erally, will auggeat . auch legal
measures aa shall clear earth, wa
ter, and aky of thsee irritating 6-
To Promote Tiuperiie.
Gbkknsobo, N. C, Aug. 15.-1
10 o'clock this morning the State
prohibition maja TOeetiug'Asaeih-
bled in. ' Boga,rt' About
thirty countif a werf represented.
Rev. J eaaee Cunningham was call
ed to ihe chair and Rev.' G. F.
Simmona to be secretary.
- Dr. D: Atkins, of the North Car
olina Ohritian yepate,: Stftte
the object of te nieetn;g and pre
sented to the convention the f ol
lowing reaolutions ;
Whereas: ther is 9 8trottS .ft"
JiQerAt J ft oir jStftte . f x the prohi-
bition ot Ihe. liquor traffic and. for
temperance in all ita phftaea nd
whereas, the tsuvperanoe foTc'ee
lacfc.orgAmzatiau, ana, theretpre
eflBciency. in accomplishing the
ends sought,' therefore,
Resolved Th'at it' is the sense of
this convention that" we ptoeed to
organise a 8tte .Tempesance A:
s(ia&.n; '.which ?hall includ all
the include ajl the temperance
iorcesof the -State on a non-parti-r
sanbasis. and which shall hay'e
of mtS3ldVMprt which
....iA.-.y j ,
for it; , the . agition of the
temperance, feubjetud, creation
of n eentiment fox(JinprQved tern-
entnC lava, and the more effec-
j,ive enipTcemoni, 01 wnaiever lawa
we may haye. . . i ',
Those resolutiona were uuaai-
mopsly adopted A committe on
plan Pt organiiation , waa appoir
ed. and while the oommitra W.a
out, Ve tiering speech was mads by
ver. v. fume on toe uecesaiiy
of voting-nly . for men. who are
opposed td .the saloon... . ..
A t the . . a f trnoon session Jihe
committee en plan of organixatipn
reported end the ..plan was adopt
ed. ; - . .. . i
Mr. J. If. Southgote . read the
prohibition law now in force. in
Miasiaaipp and . made a motion
that the 'executive . committee "be
instructed to present somothing
to our next LgUlaturoI'
Thiarov6ked a reat deal of
discuesion but was heartily and
unanimously endorsed by the con
vention : !;
The Committee on nommatidns
reported the following names for
officers for the ensuing yeaV: Pres
ident, Rev. D. H. -Tattle; Raleigh;
v ice-rreaiaent uev. r . iiuni,
Charlotte ; second Vice President,
T J C haulier,. Kecirding Secretary
U a. lreianat urBeiiaboro; Corres
ponding Secretary, Dr. D Atkins,
Qreensboro ;( Treasurer, Dr. D'W
C Henbow, dreenaboro. f
me jexecuiive commit we is as
follows :4 J A Odell. Greensboro.
chairman j dr. C D'McIver,Qree'mi-
boro; J A Oatea, Fayetteville; F
L Blair, fluilford College ; W H
The convention wits made up' of
all parties,, audy was entirely non
partisan.- The btftte Alliance cpn-
vention' convened again to-cay.
The question of a labor exchange
and home manufacture of shoes
were discussed at length. The
salaries of the executive committee
were cut from . $3.00 to $2.00 per
day, and tHe secretary 'and tfea.s
urer here'aitef gets only $t,QQQ "in
stead of JjSl,4QQ, aa heretofore. It
fc thought the convention will ;a'd-
"jburn tc-night.'-rNews and Obser
aVaraexA lftltte 3uf .
Baltujqbs, Aid-, A8"48t lb-r
Letters f&m nearly two hundred
Souther ly bankers scattered aUjthe
way irPlQ iHiarywna to lexaa, in
regard to the crop prospects and
business conditions . in., the South,
are .published in, this week's issue
of l4ie Manufacturer's Record
With but one or two XGep.MpP.t
these letters . rpr n, unusually
BtWfa9torY outook for the ajgrr
cultural - and business . iuteit of
the entire 4o.ttth-. The decline in
the prjee of pottoft 'two or turee
yeara ga forced aouthorn fannera,
who Qould not continue to borrow
money advance "oh their cropa
as freely as before to ' pay more
attention to the raising ot their
own good supplies. The. result a.
steady itipres, irdebtedneaa
of the Southern fafm.era brought
about by the forced economy fa
the last two year, aud almost
witRP.u.5 exioeptiQii tue reportsuom
the bankers sy that Soutnern
iarnaers have less money than at
any tiiue sitide the war. Aaded to
these favorahle' indications, they
have the prospect of the largest
aggragate ctoos. tkiftf; gravn;cot
ton fru(tsvq all else into consid
eration, ever produced in all the
While' the draught in the. W$t
has Vuf short th ln 014V ' lnat
eption, unusually ' favorable con
ditiona haVe given the South" the
largeat cot n crop it has ever pro
duced.' Even for the cotton yield
from eight to nine millien balea,as
it will probably ' do provided the
seaaon continuea favorable from
no? on, the value, of the grain crop
owing to the - large pro motion of
outh1 eatWn crop
1 :r'') 1
Sgutksu, fid -Stelae VHotOmi, pf
B4wfenkejttt.flPra emt le
e-ijr s lleaiitir U.'
He was just "a plaiu. everyday
boy, and he s'iuiitered into a Third
f curlv b
Efe :aaia1ixi a
L am fire engine; 'and the ton's he'
lonaiy imaginea ne was mowing
itgainat ue aix was noining in ine
whole realms of acooBtioa. ' '
He threw himself into, a seat
sitting side wise and drumming ou
the window pane, 'much to the an
noyance of the prim old lady be
side him. Then he suddenlv dis
covered that he was ihe; proprietor
of a small stock of peanuts. Thse
he ate with a good deal of noise
., -. . -. ' Ji-' ...... ; . '
ana an anna rent relish: the shells
were flipped under, the' vacant sat J
opposite him. After the peanuts
were go no the boy began to tumble
the couteiits of his pockets into his
lap. And what a collection of
boyish treasures it was 1 Rusty
nails, bits of string, marbles, new
and old; two shoe buttois, a bru-1
ken toothpick, a rusty bolt, a
crooked rlihheok, a gimlet, a dried
lemon, a pocket ' looking glass
what hot else V This i miscellaneous
assortment the boy juggled from
one hand to' another. Then he
carefully placed each of the arti
cles back into their proper place
which means that they were put
where they would do the most
damage to they boy and clothes.
Then for fully five' minutes the
youngster busied himself with his
boot heols he dug them deep into
the matting carpeting on the car's
floor, raising a cloud of dust and
an indignant' protest from a stout
German gentleman who sat within
sneezing distance of the boy. Then
he started whistling again. His
whistle was keen, skin wrinkling
and of.shivering sharpness. Sud
denly the train drew into the Twen
ty-third street station.
The guard thrust his head into
the car and shouted, "Nthir' stet."
The whistle was ' cut short like a
stiing severed with - a sharp knife-
The boy gathered himself like a
cat preparing to spring upon a
mouse and slid, with a f ruutio,
dust raising swoop, toward the
door, collided with the guard aud
striking the gouty foot of a stolid
man who sat near the door. A
provoking retort was fired-at the
gate-keeper, who told the boy to
"look out,'1 there was a hearty ,full
throated laugh, a gleam of white
teeth glimpae of snapping eya
ard the boy disappeared, five steps.
at a bound down the station steps
A Terrible Oreuah suid m
CJIoctUAj Outlttak lu
Mr. Fred Oliver, et Charlotte,has
shown the obbkbykh a letter from
his brother, living in LLnsoln,
Nebraska. In this letter, written
about the 10th, the Western
brother says j
"1 have . just been away west
75 miles and never saw a country
00k so burnt up. Corn will notj
be one tenth of a crop and lots of
fields will not produce one bushel
to the acre. Firms arc going up
right and left, aa the farmers can
not collect' anything to pay the
Storekeepers, and they in turn
cannot pay other merchants.
This is going to be the hardest
years the State has ever seen. Peo
ple west uf her are leaving their
places, as - they' are starving to
death, and are shooting their
horses and cattle rather than leave
them to starve. The heat U very
Intense and we have-not had a
rain in over six weefca. "
. -A H0U3KH0LP TSIASUKS
D W Fatter. CVykrU, N Y, iy
tlii he alwy keep Dx-'King'JUw t
cot iv ia xh Louie ad lyi fmikj l-
Vi Wttua we ery ori rwoiw untvw ih
tbfc L wouLl sot, t without it. it
Procardia. A Pkeman DruUt,
Citokill. N ' H'1'
New DitLovery h aadoulj th
couB rtaedy; tbt k bM wd H ia Sis
f.mibt fct irh irt and It haf sever
faile4 to do hli Ualk claiaed fo iu Why
tot ay r enedj 10 lan r Uied and tested .
1 Trial bail lre at S' M lwibg-Drug
aveaue elevated car With his haiidi
m hirpooketa htp hft'thjijslf
hack far on a. shock of curlv bfabk
- Ue venue Uaaer too mil.
Wasuiuotov, Aug. IS Tho
passing of the tariff bill hns KmI to
various estimates aa to the etfVvt
it Will 4ave should it niet with
a-veto-(which is. of course, regard
ed as altogether out of the qiun
tion) upon the national revnu
Thefbllowmg figures from ofli
ciaT document a are ot interest:
' dusfoms, ii90,000.'060.
Internal revenue,, $ 160,0(,UXJ.
The. estimate of revenue unl r
the tariff bill, aa patsed by thi
If oaae, . uiadu a total of $442,(Kr,
1772, divide as follows:
Internal revenue, uuder presnt
Iji tergal reVeuue 'additional im
der House bilIi,3,06p,OOO.
Miscellaneous iteins uudur jr.:
siiit law'a.. $20,000,000.
Postal r service, undur preHt-nt
7The estimate of revenue, undr
the House bill, as amended and
pa ysed bv the Senate Jul y 3, 1 StM ,
exceeds; in the, aggregate both ('
the two .pVeyiouB estimates aiul
gives'the following showing :
Internal revenue, as above stal
Miscellaneous items, as above
Postal service, as above stabd
Under the House bill tho adva
lorrm rated of duty showed u
cheese of duty amounting t $7:5,
716,023, and under the Senate bill
the decxease of duty is shown at
$19,122,ai0r In this computation
the articles that are freu from du
ty are exclnded. 'The following
table in thts'connection showH 1 1 it
dutiable value under the present
law as 1400,69,853,45, with a duty
of $198,373,452, . the ad valorem
data being 49,68 per cent. Uhdi r
the House bill dutiable value,
351,041.963; duty, 124,C57,4l! ;
advalorem rate. 35 51 Under the
Senate bill, dutiable ? value, 4(':;,
447.163; duty, 179,251,142; adva
Ur. Iyb Wrllea about
In the Greensboro Record, th'j
past week, appeared -an extract
from a private letter by lr. W. A.
Lash, of Walnut Cove, who ia inak-
ling a tour of the West with his
tamily, and which we reproduce :
The Doctor's letter is dated from
from Spokane, Washington where
he met Pat "Winston, whoia know n
throughout North Carolina. Tim
Doctor say a Pat loves North Caro
lina and everybody in the !Stat;
and hae shown them every atten
tion. Wheat, he says, Bella there fur 17
cente a buahel, costing 30 to raise
Four hundred and seventy-five
horses aold heie in the street this
week for 50c each. You can buy
them any time tor three to ten dol-
lara. Thia ia a silver mining sec
tion but the industry ia very flat
juat now. If youwanttogetrich(?)
This town haa live churches and
204 bar rooms, each paying a li
cense of 600 a year. They are al
lowed to liseacreens and keep open
all night, if they want to.
If any of our readera have au
attack of th . Western fever anti
dote like ihe above should cautie
them to hesitate, and be content
in remain, in the land of their
birth, the Sunny South, the des
fined garden sport of the Union
What we may lacK in some re-
apscts is more than compensated
in others. It is about time any
how to change the phrase "Go
West, voung xaan'to the more ap
propria te, one; Remain where you
Xlany Persons cn zsta
t'e Iron Bitter letasaath
ml rarm wTilrt cesulae.
The Slate Convention mid
Although 1 1 1 - State Couwntion
failed to onl.-r S. uatorial prima
ries tln p. olf still have th option
of t'pivxini; I heir rlmire for lTni
tftl Statf Sfii.itors if t h ' y choose
to do so.
lTnd -r tlic pr'cnt .. syt nr of
dcmooratii" or.iiiiation th- town,
ship primary i 1 Iu- lirst step to
wards naming candidate for any
otlitv, so t li.it . i vf iidiiii: d'leHtes
t" t lie cou tit y convention who are
known to If 1 av ir.i I '! to the men
whom a majoiity ..; the people of
each township pi : 1 for I'nited
States S..n:it i. ran cxpivns
their wi.h.'.- in lli oM 1 nt ion and
that con v-i 1 1 ion . mii instruct il-t
nominees p. nie" iT.i '1,is or that
man for S.-nal.-r Tins, though
indirectly, the p.... pie will control.
I -moeracv lia alvavs recognised
the right ot tiie .-!ei lo instrin t
their rcpieseiiial iv Ikw lo voto,
and m turn the It ::islit lire Homo
times instruct I niieil Stall's Sen
ators hoW lo (e.
Though t he ipiej.1 ion ot Senato
rial primaries was. only discussed
seven or eirht Weeks it command
ed one fourth, pf t In- entile vote of
the State 'oiivenl i,,nf eVeli with
the delegates' of -..-ver.'l I comities
which had in-t 1 nep .i fur (u imaries
voting agiin-t Ihe proposition. It
is an agit.il ion which will be con
tinued until it wins and Senatorial
primaries have In come a part 1
the established policy of North
Carolina I )em.n-racy . Th act ion
of the Stale ( 'oiivenl en in no
sense takes away, nor coiilil it take
aw:y, the right of each count v and
townsiilp to hold pri ma ties a nd to
instruct theil delegates hoW loVotii
on any ijiie-liou. pan iculariy 01:
imporiant and vita! 1 the people
as thai oi tie' sei. eti..n .,t I n 1 1 i
Male N-nators. 1 h.- ii.-o.e ft, .,
till .rae i -: 1 1 1 y, the power ...
I loose their own Senators: if tl. v
will alleinl tiie iu n-hiii lutmaii'K
aiel mv to it t!i:t t.'e-ir wiH-ie.
presseil, ainl It.en eiii.iice ( hy n,.
truclion- in t!. 1 1 1 1 1 v conven
nl oi.j' et e.--ion in 'ir
it to eau-e d ino.ra i.
Nort h ( 'ar l ina to tal e
part, in tow n-hip prim 1
oiinty e. iJiVi'litiojis tbi-
an act 1 e
year, part'iciilai ly. I hoiign irgiu
ians all say t hat Kit 'wa.sthe
cnoic o xii Lrinia I eiiocj ac v I oj
I'nited States Senator, Mr. - Mar
tin Wa.- 'eetel ,y t(1. , j, J f
If the nieinl.ers of
t he Virginia
n instruct, d
would 1 of
Logical ill-' Mad
the will of the p. ..j
liaVe l.eei (j.-f, ;iP-il .
voter iu iYi 1 1
I I I V elllllO' W V
I'nited Stat' - Senators it i
tl . V,
duty and .pi i vihi'e logo to towi.v-
sliip primaries and express, t In'
hoice; and any candidate forol-
hce whet h r Ingh or low . w ho is in -willing
to suiuiiit his ciajms to t h
people, is not of the p ople, anti 1
not ent il'd to repr. sent lle-m.
T'ii It3 h li llli'il l
!i -A I
New s sa
About 0 o"c.
crown oi i
town anl w
game, and t
I. HSe , 1 ,
p during 1
ran to a lar -
1 ruck the tr
killed otitne' -
oak. i.igl.t oi icr
and ten lov- w en
.Jdm.la-oh- W alter Atiil"yJ
r.lanchard, Will llu.dley. .h :
Jackson- Chri- I'etty, " ill Wa!
About a dozen of th" hoys w ;
hurt and it is thought some . 1
them will di-.
S I ' 1 : 1 1Mb :a s K s.
;. tl. C!il!'..ri. N'-w (V-l. W i.,
..l.l-.l ....I. ..y.n r-. I ..I.. 22.214.171.124,,..! ..
J , 1-4 fcturiih.. i k- iJi-.r'l-r..l, l.i- iiv-r v.
ai te'l t" n '!-rin '1 iiip, t j j
Ml awv, an t tf w :i- w-rriMy reuu.
fl..ih B!il sirens tti . I '.r.- 1 . Uc-; ol i
t'rk hitt'-i-f' cup- l tiirn.
Edw:irl Sl -i.l r.l. Hurris' n'ir, III '
runimig sor n li'.sl'g el eijlit
ta 5ttke. nt 1 i l-g i? hjimI hmJ i
Jolm Spy'Kr. Ct wl.;i, ). , leid ti i. r
lever sores ( n lis l-.'. l'ct" v'.l li-inciirnl.le-
Of. t-'.tU ol c 'ctric tn-
ani one h x ! Uuclen's A rnic
cured him entirely, cold hi J. Lj. wn
1! to jie
I. .el; t!il
o- an l iii
nine f, i 1