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LINGOLNTON; N. C, FRIDAY, SEPT. 21. 1894.
There's a sail
o of vour misery. You've tried
Dnn't rivf nn
(- friends have recommended, eminent physicians and , special
ly ists, change of scene and climate ; but you have not tried
1, the Ei.r.cTKOi oisK. Now, come, don't be bigoted.'' Don't
stick to the old schools through prejudice, He generous
) to yourself. Use the Electropoise. You will be cured a-.
others have been. Write us.
A TLA X TIC ELECTROPOISE
Prepares boys for tin? gopomoro Class at nnity College and
girls for thti Senior Qhiss al (Jreensboro I'Vinal"
College. KxcelliMit advantages- in llie
.study of vocal ami instrumental
Thorough I list ruction. I nl i ucii in Hook kepii.
(Vnimneiai Ai it IjiimM ic. and Commercial Lev.v.
r.orti.l hihI t iiit till in English couise 7.K per imunli.-" Pat- itm
opens An;'. For Catalogue, giving lull n.tor iai i.t. mhlret-B,
MET, M MA9 MKAvmmR
CHAR OTTE .
COLLEGE Of MUSIC AND ART.
18 SOUTH TRYONST., ." : ,
SCHOOL FOIUIUCAL TRAINING
IN Till: .. :
THE MOST IMl'KOVKl) .-'
M any f i ad vantages Modern I.j'tut.uii-H tmifclit im ' l)
, . HOARDING
?1 Accommodations lor non resident lad, Studen's in Of He .liuildm
V. er model n couvenu in c. Special iohim. in
VA I NT1 NO, DRAWING, rl i'LOCUTlON.
Catalogues sent on appllcaliou. CtM !! or address :
CAULS (iAICR'l SEK, Oirert.tf
Auir 1", Is'1 1
E. M. ANDREWS
Wli.i'c-nliMntl KetsiiliUenlerg ii
O.A vX I) I):R I;1AIV7S
Oak i 1(mI roojn wills
o t.-ii p . s. ' 1 1 i VMIO to Slf.0.00.
of M ;. i cc-, f' . iu s-)j;,.l, t. -OO.tlli.
tioin Mo on ... To un
lion l no ,, sjo ),)
si; 00 to 8ir .oo.
1 0i'5 o So.OO.
Easels and icture's
; no o ?20 oo,
con 7 r:s t: i louxc.es
.Music, r i !:s ami ('..0 n ts, 1 f0
to Jl'J.dO. Revolving to.k Casrw
and Koll l op D-hl s and ill
Clia'.r, Sa.oo t. 4(M;). Oigis,
$50 00 to .51o0.no. I'lano-, $-.'25 00
This is a reat sale and you
make a L'roat mistake if yon
fail to lake advantage of it
ALL loiters promptly answer
ed. rite ni once ur particu
lars. ih4 AXS7iDIRKWS
HI find IS We.t 'I r.nle St,
CHARLOTTE. X C.
Jan. L'G, 18'al.
'Cures when all else fails."
in sii'ht even on thr ncr-n
evervt hi ncrmp1 id nr.c , -
CO., Washington, . C.
J. W.SAIN.M. D.,.
lias loe-uod hi it n t:on t ; jt'.i i I ot
fcts his services as phsldaRj jo I ho
en i7'H9 ol fjiucoliiiou'SMid 'jioa!:fl
iig couni iy. " ' . .
VYiil Oc touud at niglri af b hn
C"!i.io:i Hotel. ...
M.trcb 'J7, 1S9I . v.t ,'rVr 1 v
D'. A. W. Ah'Xan dor .w nJ.Vo a
bis oflioc at Laieoiaion, J'wfif"
iit j h r , Oiobc, Dec ni'1: . l bn
man and April. V d'P !c 111 .Vit.
:lo Ij, ,Iuiy. Si ptetiib' r. NUvembfr,
Jauairv, Murrh aini ;'M.;V.
Pa f oiihc g'i6iit d.
and in i.h ialc
Makes life miserable;-!!. pother
ailments are as nothing m com
parison. Women cppeciaUy.know
its suffering, and few escape ita
THE RELIEF AND CURE IS
fany peoplo take pilL, which
ripoand purgeweakening tho '
body. More take Simmons Liver
Regulator, liquid or powder, be-,
cause moro pleasant to take, docs ,
not gripe, and is a rhi Id laxative,
that also tones --up tho -system.
Tho relief is quick. . It-is Nature's
own remedy, purely vegetable.
"1 never found anything to jo mo any
pood until I used Simmons "Liter. Hrguliv ..
tor. It haa been tliree years since, I Ilrst
used it and I have not had -BJokJleadachc
sinee. I sentmy Bister (Who had from one.
to two attacks of, lf k :JI$adaeho every, r
week) one-half of Ap"kafe ft"1 ''h0 has
not had it sluco." C. BMokbis, Brown
Rm our Z Stamp In red on wrapper,
J. U. ZEILIN Jit CO.. Thiladelphia, F.
f ,M m'm ii i
'Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, nd all 1 at-J
J ent business conducted tor mode ati FEES.
' Our Office is Opposite u.s patent office f
J and we can secure patent in less time thau taose
remote from Washington. 5
Send model, drawing or photo., with de-np-J
'tion. We advise, if patentable or not, free of?
JcNire. Our fee not due till palent is secured.
A pamphlet "How to Obtain Patents," with J
i cost of same in the U.S. and toreign countries 5
t sent free. Address,
opp. Patent Office, WASHfridtoN. LVC
i P? 8
AN hwn onoumakea the aasertioa
that the. late Congress. did.tDpthjn
for the good of .the., people, b,pi..ig
piiner ignorant 01 tne racta ., or. is
wilfully ' rmi8refiresenting them.
' I.I i ' ....
iierore we make a wholesale on-
domri'ation of anything we. should
look into the matter carefully tUid
stie if -the fa'ta justify the coaclu-
sibni?. '-:And (X!euilly:?baor8;2rjp6
set huffed up audvleave thft pajrty
wlueh has a) ways been pur friend
we shouM s je whether or.!.ot,.that
pa rty haa made, proper etforta to
keep faith with u. Let us notice
wbat Congreaa did at its last aea-
Kion which ia of special interest to
the taxpayers of . the country."
r .1 t ro pealed the federal ? election
law which Wa8'BO:otn)txlbli8 as to
call forth tlio ciindeTunatio'fi.'pf the
lU'h-e pfefls'o-f thV'South.'
It has made ail money equally
taatile, by. giving the Statei the
power to.tajx gro,eu back a and other
united otatea currencv. this ,is
an important! measure, as will . be
seen from the folfowiug "' word's " of
Mr. McMilhn,of Tenneaaee.
."Authorizing the iaaue of green
backs and the treasury warrants
under the Sherman act exempting
them irom the Stale, county and
niunicipial taxation,. Hundidda
of tnillions thereby escape all taxa-
tioiL - lndividualfl escape it by
having their . .funds in bank'
nominally invested in greenbacks
or-United Statea.treaourY warrants
on the dayr,for .asseament Banks
accomplished the; same object iii
tlie sanio way.
Under the new law thia vast a
niount of money must bear its bur
den of taxation.
. It has imposed an income tax,
thereby snifting great burden's of
taxa tion off of poverty and putting
it on wealth,, w
It has passed. a tariff bill which
.hatters, the, "pytected trusts of
lIcKinleyism' and thereby giving
to all the opportunity: pf .living
It has greatly reduced the ex
penditures of the government.
It has'cut'bff tiera8cally pen
sion appropriations.v.land saved
nearly:.i30.(-fetiEi-e people ih
that respects alone: -
I t:Veclnimed OOO.OOO, acres df
pu blic lands' given by .Kepublican
cofirgresses- to; virions corporation's.'
yo:Qin'ecsdll yj&dr it has main-!
l triis'ti arid-iVR?6 1 wb ic h
Rpreseiijt'ative McOreary, oi
Keai tricky says m House "passed
ni;ro goo'd.-bills and enacted more
ijnportant legislation than any of
ils predecessors in ten years, or
any with which I am familiar, and
have been watchihg the Course of
legislation for twenty years."
The Democratic party t goes' into
the campaign with his record be
hind n, and upon it will the par-
ty make a vigorous and aggressive
ligiit", rejoicing. in the atrenght of
its cause. Speaker Crisp and
Secretary -Smith opened the cam
paign in Georgia last Friday, and
tho former closed his speech with
the 'following '.' words, "which put
ha whole matter in a nutshell.
''The Democratic party enters
upon ilff contest-with' Republscan-
lsm and every other temporary ia
s'ne which may present itself, with
courage -and confidence.... While
we have-not done all we hoped to
do, we have done mow in the past
j oar to redress the v.rongs- of the
.pooile,'ve have done more for
their relief, than was ever dona'by
any party, iu the same lenght of
time in any country under the sun'
These are. .. bold .wprds.yet I hold
myself at all times ready to defend
them; Coming into ..power at a
time of panic, when business was
at a stand still, when labor was
unemployed, - when our treasury-
was empty, with courage and fideli-
y we entered upon a struggle with'.
the enemies of the people, we e-
merged from that struggle victcP
rious in this;.' We have repealed
the McKinley law; we havo great
ly reduced taxation ; we have made
living cheaper; wo ha v& .spade alll
moDey . taxable U .we :iiave taxed
surplus incomes wt.have jestored
freedom of elections ; we hare re
duced public expeudituxds, and, we
have deolared undying hostility, to
to all tr,uftU,taid jraonopgliee, . pr
ganized for the opjressioa :of. the
people. ; On. theswi:. foundations twe
build ouTouse.". .
. What do youmiau by threaten
ingme,a you havalr 1 hear that
you swore if I cut Across your field
again you would shoot ma as you
would, a.ilog." r. . .
?Uh,; that's alb right. I never
shoot doga.vi.Bos3N TaiNSSBiPT,
Am i tlMatlac-a
An EhglUh Methodist preacher
of much fame, M reprice, - wants
the Methodists, in -iiiU county to
take a hand in -suppressing lynch-
ing. , Ha, Ought te read Bishop
tiaygooa s.. .powerful, jirticle. : lie
will perhaps .come' to the oonclu
sipn that . if .black. devils roam
and devour, .despoil and murder
at will, that there will not be
much. chance to suppress shootings
and hangings in retaliation any
more tnan there is to atop shoot
ings among nations on a big scale
and known as wars. ' The Kngliah
awaya have a war or two n hand
and,tbeyhoot promptly. If Mr.
Priceaiid his people saw thoua,
anda of brutes, white or black
roaming England to size . and
assault the -wivaand daughters of
the bettor ..rclasses, they would
ahoot, hang, burn, quarter or
would give the lie to all that is
known of Johh BuU and his folks.
Fine sentiment at long taw con
demns swe'epifigly the hanging of a
devil who de'flou raa helpless wom
an and then murders her, but they
have no curves for the - scoundrel
who doer the devilish deed. Let
rapes and murders stop and hang
ings shootings will stop...
The Northern people who say
much as to hanging brutes never
have a ..word in ..denunciation of
the hellish crimes for which tho
devils die-. All . the . Governors iu
all the States,-with courts con
structed as they arej-will.; never
stop. ;.regrisalsj by r, shooting , ana.
tiangings so .-.long as ..the, persons
of ;the. motders, wives . and daught:
are not.as .safe ns are the wives
and daughters of the royal and
iioble . families of. Knglandi.; Let
thechurches if .they can. put.dowft
the awfuthrutalities:that provoke
rssentment and retaliation And the
hangings by mobs will practically
ceasw. . ....
There must -nat. only be switt
trial but unerring and conviction.
There must not only, he no laws
delay, but there must be.;ntvac
quittals of- pain cases ..of murder.
People lose all confidence ,in and
patience with criminel courts that
fail to convict andunish, scoun
drels of whose guilt ninety-five
men in a hundred, feel positively
With such criminal laws as exist
-all leaning. .toward the .criminal
and i ithnsuch juries to try there
is not much else in court trial now
than a broad. travestie ot justice.
The-Governor , at Raleigh thinks
the.. Legislature - should ,d, some
thing, and . that rapists should be
taken. to the.. penitentiary at once
to prevent them from being hang
ed by. mods,. . He a,lso favors that
all hangings be had at the penU
tentiary, .r -That or something else
should be. done,, to ..prevent public
exhibitions called hangings.
Johu GvMAiier Editor of the
Sunbeam: Sellguiau,: Mo.,-who uatL-
ed G r o Ver C foreland for - the Pre.
tdeucy lu Not., 1882, wb tie he was
Major of Bunalo. N. Y., u mthDii-
MStio Iu bin praise of' Chamosrlalo'
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea l Kem
edy. He Hy; I hare used it for
rue past five reai a hiitl uouaider it
the L&t prepsr'tttiou of the kind io
uiuitet. It is at slapla at sugar
tud coftVje in ibis section. It is an
article of merit and should oe used
Id eviy "bousehold." For sale by
Dr. W. I. OrOuse Druggist
Mop uiit Tliluk ofTliln.
We trut thit all who have read the
accounts of the Southern Railway
and other reorganiations the many
important invetinentsof .utsile cap
ital and the marlod increase in trade
throughout the last few weeks will
stop and think what it all means.
This combination of good fortune is
too great to be appreciated at once.
It requires time to estimate its mag
nitude, and the great benefit which
will result from it cannot be at pies
Perhaps niiver in the history of
the States south of the Potomac
have so many events occurred to
help theui as at ' present. The
abundant crops in themselves
would bo a great source ot pros
perity, coming as they do when
drouth has depleted the great
Western granaries, but tho crops
form only one phase of tho situa
tion. Not only the Southern has
been reorganized, but several. other
systems ares soon to Im. while thive
important railroads on which work
was stopped during the general
depression, leaving them with no
termini of any importance, are to
be completed. Then, we must add
the 'quickness of the South to res
pond to the revival ot business,
just as the Man'f Record predicted
it would always. It has been so
noticeable as to be commented n
generally in the Northern press.
Some newspapers, ignorant, of the
true condition of affairs, have been
astonished al th volume of busi
ness already being transacted it
Southern trade centres. Othns
that have heen watching these
cities with. keen interest, began con
curring with the Manufacturers
Record months ago in its predic
tions,' and now-' have the satisfac
tion of- knowing that they were
Here we have three important
points: Abundant crops;; the
railroads which were weak linan
cially placed on a sound basis by
the investment of millions of out
side capital, and an activity in
business circles almost without
parallel. They' will be. truly niem
OJable events in the year lb. 1-4, and
tli9re is ample food 'for thought on
what ther are going to do for t he
Southern country. Manufacturers
jRE EVIDENCE That' the blood is
' wrong, and that nature ir. end, alt
ering to throw off the impurities.
Nothing is so bemjicial in assisting
nature as-Sudffs Specific. (.S .V. S.)
Jt is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the s urfuce and.
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe case of Wood poison
tLat unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of .Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured
too. J.C.Jones, City Marshal,
. . Fulton, Arkansas.
Treatise on r.loo.-! and Skin Diseases mailed
fro. Swift SrkciFic Co, Atlanta, Ci
A itiiKHinii rbariu.
..The Russian met hod for young
girls to . find whi n they will be
married is for a party of them to
assemble and take off their rings
and drop, them in a basket of corn,
stirring the grain meantime till
all the rings are hidden and then
a hen is. brought, in an .invited to
partake of the corn and the owner
of the:first ring uncovered will be
the first to enter matrimony.
Ol hours it Is pioper to inqu re
about what auy m u says, is it
The roost rigid investigation is
invited into the testimonials pnbr
ltsbed in behalf of Hood's Ssrsa
parilla. Special attention is called
to he high character of the persons
whose testimonials are published
bj the proprietors of this medicine
at evidenced by tbeir occupations
or indorsements. Iu fact, no math
ter.wherea testimonial in behalf or
Hood 'a Sarsaparilla may be from, it
it reliable aud as worthy of confi
dence as if it came from your ni st
u beer i be fur me Courier.
KLnte Fntr Xte.
Col. J. H. Holt, Chief Marshal
of the StaU Fair, has appointed a
corpse of 160 ausistants from evry
section of the Stte ail. of whom
have accepted , the appointment
and have notified : hm that they
will be present at the fair.
Among tho greatest attractions
engaged to be on the Fair grounds
in Hurd & Berry's World Museum,
embodying numerous novelties
Tho race programme this year
has excited more attention than
ever before. The purses offered
aggregate $2,(100. The fields of
running horses will be larger and
hotter than over seen in North Car
olina. Mr. W. Jt Carter the turf
editor ot the Richmond Times, has
been engaged to act as Starting
Judge in all races. - .
More than 300 prominent farm
ers in tho State. have expressed by
letter tbeir intention of making
exhibits at thw Fair in all the de
partments. TLo poultry exhibit this year
will be a special' feature . The So
ciety has over oOO new and im
proved wire covered exhibition
coops, all of which have already
been engaged. Resides these a
number of exhibitors will supply
their own coops. The oxhibition
of game fouls will be superb, and
the display of pot stock will bo
somettuug that will please. and
delight every body.
Numerous additions and im
provements are being made at the
Fair grounds to supply accommo
dations and space applied for by
V new feature of the Fair ibis
yar will be practical lectures and
essays on economical subjects by
competent speakers in Common
Hall at night.
Arrangements are being perfect
ed for good theatrical attractions
during the week. Social features
will be lively and exhilarating, in"
eluding germans and balls every
niirht, elegant receptiona &c. Arc.
The dates of the fuir are October
the i: to the 2Gth, and the R. R.
rate is one fare for the round trip.
Week after week, year afi
year, you plod a beaten lat
from your home to your tro
and back again. No hope t
the future, nothing ahead b
work, work, work, and a at
darker prospect for your fami
should you dL. A 20-9 e
Tontine Policy iu the
will give you something to 11,
for ; a bright star to look ahei
to ; an end to toil when yj
are no longer able to follow tt
beaten path of drudgery ; s
assurance that your wife nr
children will be provided for 1
yourdeatii. Isn't it worth 001
sidering? For facts aud figur
W. J. RODDEY. fUnacw.
Department of the CaroUoaa,
ROCK HILL, 3. C
H 1 iltC
The Teacher It is better, far
better to give than receive. Now,
Johnny, you may tell me what
you mean to do toward following
ont this beautiful rule.
Johnny I'll let brother Tommy
do all the givin' when either of us
has somethin' good. Chicago
Having the Deede-i merit to more than
maVe gool all the advertising claimed fur
tht in, the fullowiog four runaelie have
reached a phenoma&l aaie. Dr Kidk's
N-iw DicoTery, for (JonsumptkD( Aughs
nd Colds, each bottle gnarentefd ftifcct
ric Bitter, the grvat remedy fwr Liver,
Siomtich bnd Kidney - backlaa'a Arnica
Salve, the ryt in the world, and Dr K'dk'h
New Life Pills, whieh are a per tec t pill.
All tbee remedies are "gaarestced to do
just what is c'aimed for them and the deal
er whose name is attached herewith will be
glad to tell jou more of them. Sold at Dr
J M Lb wings Drag Store.
Theory is not equal to corn as
n hog faltener.
When the plowman counts tho
clouds he nesjle'ts the corn.
The man with a grievance is of
ten a grievance to his friends.
Don't scold tne cook about the
victuals for which you have thank,
It is impossible to cultivate a
good disposition in a horse by
swearing at him.
That e J Vert ot' a mule' kick
does not depend u; ui the ound.
liess of hi-; brain.
It is hard for ;.i;i church peo
ple to lean- that j-houtnig will not
The still-houe worm destrovs
more corn than all the eut-wornis
Many men, if lle-v possessed a
"title clear to man-ion in (he
skies " would morgage it.
Stealing a horse is not a much
greater sin than working on-- hand
on starvation rations.
It. looks a me like an attempted
swindle to try to t plenty of
milk from a poorly led cow.
If the weather .vould go out of
business the coi ner loafer would go
out of business, too, from lack of
A lioiisrliulil r. MM .Iy lor .ill III.mmI ami f
Skin li.s a's Cun-s wmIm.-.u lail. Srol'
uluJ IrtTN. lUit uiiiMltsm.t nlitnli. S .lt lU.i-um i
ftii'l i H-i v loriu c.f HIi-hI His. as.- Ir. in lti' K
tinpl-st.piiiipi i. 1 r..ul : i i;u r. Fifty k
years' use with un varying snci ss, li in f;
onstral.-w us paramount liruliu:', purity- )
UiK Jiiul Ixiililintr up virtues (m- Ix.tt'e
tius more eiH-u til ii tin- than a ilo7 n of Jlc
anyf.tli. r I; in. I It l.ml.l: 1.1. h.-allh ?:
anl streiif.Mli from ll,.- iiitilos.-. r.
rtrtritiTiT'vr ii7,.,k r 11 oh-
uorfnl t'nrn, m-at if- v-w
I f not kept l.y your local l rurvi- ' . i: ! '
for it l.iriT.- Im.ii!.'. or for -.i:: I...- .
ties, anil iii.-.tii iiic v 1 1 1 In- sent, In-iirl.:
S BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, Gc
CoiM'onl Stand ud : Ti
disease is doing damage in l!o,;ni
and Meek leiibiu g conntie-..
Mr. .lani. s T. Uurris. who lives
near Locust, lias a In g 1 1 .ugh
which has been in conshinl is
ever since H:V. It is niabol rich
pine wo d.
We- were shown a I Iter tie- otl.
day wriMen by the Populist caii
dilate. for ( 'lerk of the Sui-erii.e
Court of Stanley county to a good
Democrat, soliciting the yte ,f
the Democrat iii Ihe coming ej.v
tion. The letter contained jn.-t
11! word.-, and -K", mistaki s. Tl 1
:andidate .-tated b. f,,ie n,,. 'i,p:,.
list con v. nt i. 01 that nominal, i
him that he w:s- incompetent to
discharge the duties ol a (Merl. . !'
the Superior Coiiil.and hish'-tf.-j-proves
IT MAY l)i MtJ"ll hi: V(M
Alr. Kre.l Mtll.rr, . living' In. wic
ttiti lie Ici'l h - vcre Kn!ii-v I r-.tj I .
iiiiny jenr-i, vv it, svr-u- 1 air.- n l a.1,
and ni-.. tl.at Iii- Mnt.lt r ' iii- Ifl. :
tri l n.)in - a!"! Keli.tv t.n
without nn . ;'( i oni'. A :-t a y '
a lu le.-un !-'' l-.h.tri i:i tne 1.1
loiiii'l r- Ji'i t i.imv. Klci-tri.' I - i : ter- i--
pi-itdly sei:i.:el l. en r: of n ' l Ketse-y n
biv. f til .lll.je. ol.cn - :'!'ll'.- I
ftant iel: f . ir al v iii ,
HUt' i.i-ri t. I'm '. mi 'y .'.it ! .1 ' ' ft
L'r .1. M- l-iwiug Dr;- Htore.
51 :!'- III ! S!l er nf.
Mr. Ti'mniidd How Would .1
girl feel if she -received a prop - 1
by letter ?
Friend If - she didn't care 1: r
roii, slie 1 feel msnlted.
"Urn well er suppice shet.i.i
caro lor me?"
uSheM say 'yes' by u,egrap! .''
living W, Laiimore, phys c 1
din cJor of Y. M . i A., Des Moin
low?, -a-, s h e.an con-cientiou.-ecouimend
Ch.jmber'a'n'rt I' . .
U.-ibn to athletes, gjiuiiastP, Iii v
cliat', toot ball piayeis and 1
profession iu generd l(r bru; 1 .
sprains and diphetionF; also f--o:eness
and stiir ess ol the muse''
When applied before the pati
becotne swollen it will effect a cu e
iu one half the tiiue ur u .1 v t i i
jd. For tale by Dr. VV L. C.- i.