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HURTEYOU, " ;
Til ESTATE I' A lit.
t;ive II Your Hourly Support,
una I'ernoiirtl Attention.
The State Fair, which will be held
Oct io VJ 180,4, promise3to.be
the het the htate has ever had.
Kveiy man in the btate should ex
tit hiuiM. lt to make the fair a success
The iui n who have it in charge give
evidence that it shall be a success.
Col ). S. I arr never does things
by halves and he has a oorps of as
sistants of the same make-up which
fact alone is evidence of success, but
hy proper co-operation of the entire
citizenship of the Old North State
still greater success may be attained.
I.et every man exert himself to
Initi about success, and it should
not be the sole aim of any man to en
ter into this association with nothing
in view save a Meed for gain, for
self interest. The object should be
to show to the world the great le
s.muccs of North Carolina Our
gieat State is in its infancy, and all
it needs to bring it to maturity is a
true knowledge of its vast hidden
wealth. The Press of the State is a
meat factor in the up-building of the
state, but a more impressive knowl
edge mabe had by seeing a collec
tion f her products at the Annual
St;ite Fair; then let a tine exhibit of
the Animal, Vegetable and Mineral
Kingdoms be made, so that the many
visitors who w ill attend on a piospec
tie tour can be convinced of the
meat wealth of the State without
turtlur hni:M ation
This annual gathering will bring
the people together w hich w ill enable
them to exchange views and thus
benetlt each other.
ill show to all who attend the
vast resources of the state and stim
ulate them to a greater degree vf
It will open up an avenue for de
sirable in estigation.
It will be an incentive to those,vho
haw; hitherto taken no special inter
est in the up-building of our state, to
re-double their efforts in that direc
Every citizen of the state should
take a special interest i in the State
Fair for the reason it is as much to
hi interest as to that of any one else.
A knowledge of our resources
will incite us to greater efforts to
advance, and this knowledge can-li-
t bo obtained m well as at the
Suae Fair whore all thes-a things
can be seon.
i'ho ladies all ovtii" the btate
frio-uid send in an exhibit ot their
handiwork and thus "cieate a" desire
on the. part of others to enter some
of th k j commendable corite'&ts for
fancy work A:c. ' .
Every worthy child feels an
abidinir interest in" his father-,
welfare, and so should .every citi
zen of the state feel towards the
buccess of the State Fair.
JSTo county or citizen will be shut
out the gates stand ajar and a
hearty welcome awaita every one.
The corn crop, thin year, ia an
abundant one and a fine exhibit
can bo made in that line alone,but
North Carolina soil will produce
moat anything that germinates in
the soil, therefore an exhibit of all
the crops grown in the borders ot
the state may be exported.
Some of our fanner friends who
have labored all their lives and are
yet in ahjuct circumstances, may
learn how to live in greater ease
by looking over the exhibit and
making inquiry about it. Many
farmers work themselves very near
"to death in trying to obtain a liv
ing from the soil. This is a piece
of foolishness. Let them attend
the State Fair and learn how to
produce the various fruits of the
uoil with less labor and greater
profits. They will learn there
that the most successful farmers
are those who do not cultivate the
greatest number of acres, butthob
who havo sybtem and work to ad- j of Consistency, in speech ud v
vantage. Tho foundation for tb: ! pen. Petition added ti petition
fine vegetables products that will has gone up from many a lip pray
be exhibited at the State Fair next iug it to abide in the hearts of. men
month, had its origin during the and to show it6elf in all their ac
previous winter, which lact will be tious. It has even been apostro-
fully demonstrated at the coming
Again, we say let every faimer
in North Carolina, and nut farm
ers alone, but eveay citizen, attend
the Fair if at all possible to do so,
for it will afford the information
that many people id the 6tate
stand greatly in need of. Hurrah
for the State Fair and its worthy
Democratic X'roi'pecln llaii
aom umkea a 3reat Speech
Pearson 2or Tom led
11 a ii co in be Itepiihlicun
thrown Into confusion Ac.
Curiespondenca of Cocbier.
A she ville, Sept. 17, 1894:
Capt, Jno. Baxter Eaves leader o
the Republican forces and Chair
man of the State Republican Ex
ecutive Committee, until the day
the fusion Co-operation Con
glomerationists trampled under
their unhallowed feet every spark
of principle that may have hereto
fore been found in the Republican
party, said at Raleigh on that au
gust occasion that this act of fu
sion on the part of Republicans
and Populists would give the Dem
ocrats a majority of fifty thous
and in the State. One of the
staunchest and most reliable Re
publicans of Asheville estimates
that tne Democrats will go in by
a majority of at lest sixty thous
and. This same Republican is
thoroughly posted on tho politics
of the State and is confident that
a large and the best element of his
party will not disgrace themselves
by "eating f!row"and disregarding
every principle by locking arms
with Buck Kitchen, the bitterest
denunciator of Republicanism the
Stale has ever produced ; and wit h
''Mariann" Butler who has not and
does not hold a single idea in ac
cord with Republican principles. He
is confident furthermore that the
r.ink a nd file of the Populists who
have become members of that par
ty from principle will not ''co-operate"
with the Republicans who
are and ever have been further
by fnr from the doctrines of the
Populists than the Democrats are
or ever have been.
It can scarcely seem possible,
and I do not believe it is possible
that men who have gone from the
Democratic ranks with honesty ot
purpose can oe inuueed to I use
and "co-operate" on the day of
election with that element whose
onlv aim and purpose is to "beat
the Democrat", and who have
avowed opsnly their readiness to
relegate their principles to the rear
in order to gain that end. Can
Populists of principle join hands
with Furches, Prictharo, Linuey,
Loge Harris, Lu6k, Helton and all
that mess of "crow-eating" Repub
licans? When Republicans march to the
polls on the 6th day of November i "rear" part, Pfirfcipe; was seen
next side by side with Buck Kitch- J trailing in I he - dust and being
en and "Mariann" Butler or with I trampled under unhallowed feet
their followers what ticket will j and Capt,, Eaves snatched it up
they call for? And if they vote j aud carried it with him to;Ruth--
will they vote a ticket made up ot
men representing their political
When Third party men go up
hand in hand with Furches,Priteh
ard, Linney, Settle, Holton, or
their allies, for whom will they
cast their votes ? Will their
ir tici- j
et e composed of the men
endorse and stand on the Ocaja-St.
Louis-Omaha platform? Vhat'
say you Populists of Lincoln on n
ty you who have in meetings as
sembled and on the hustings and
at all times declared by speech and
by resolution that you would not
endorse any man oret of men
who do not stand on Tur plat
form ? Jeter Pritchard rrrom the
Republicans hope by your ",Cp-op-eration
' to send; ..to ,.the. Viited
States Senate look , upon, lljn.
How do you like him ? .Does he
represent the doctrines of the St..
Louis or Umaha Platform?. And.
what think the honest Republi
cans, who are such from principle,
of sending Mariana Butle.r.to the
United States Senate as a repre
sentative of Republicanism of
North Carolina, and A. 0. Shuford
to represent the Republicanism of
tho Seventh Congressional . dis
trict! A great deal has been said
phised and called upon as a living
thing of perfection! ft has been
praised as a precious jewel and one
without blemish. But if it can
ia truth be applied to the action at
Raleigh, in the Seventh Congres.-.
sional district and elsewhere when
the Republi-Poplican tickets were
enunciated, then indeed it has, lost
its virtue as a jeweland its perfec
tion has decayed and. bscomo a
stench in the nostrils of. Jippest
men! God foibitf. tfcat the day
should ever come. : .when such a
sickening, inconsistent . mess of
conglomeration can draw to its en
dorsement and support the major
ity of the people of North Caroli
na. But what are you going; to call
this new political machine? If
you call it Populist yon may let
slip from you the good will of
some Republican. I have called
it Republi-Poplican, but if I were
asked to tell what sort of doctrine
that is I would hot kiioV how to
do so in order to please its advo
cate; but of course I knoSv enough
of it to know that it means uni
versal political salvation and at
the same time condemns more than
three fourths of the people of this
country! It teaches low tariff
but demands high protection ! It
teaches equal rights to all but de
mands protection for, the few I It
teaches special privileges to none
after the offices can be filled! It
means opposition in principle but
"co-operation" inaction! It says
''get behind me principle'and let
Satan it. front! These are only
some ideas that this combination
suggests. Its full meaning is hid
den in the wily purposes of its or
iginators which has not yet been
translated into n regular form of
words, but if its doctrine should
become law i. would mean the
overthrow of good government and
prosperity in oui great State. Dear
reader, it you . have read 'the
speeches of those who set up this
"Eureka", you are informed that
they announce that thy could af
ford to "relegate the principles to
the rear" in order .to "beat the
Democrats": Of one thing, there
fore, you can be ,sure, and that
is that while you are fighting
against the nameless, and unhal
lowed machine . you are not fight
ing against principle for that is in
j the reiir. and this reminds me that
j lt is no -yonder this thing cannot
be named, for it is to .be doubted
whether the English language
could furnish a word that would
appropriately name a hydro-headed
thing moving over the, country
with "Principle in the rear." More
over it is not stated how far in the
rear Principle is left no whether,
nor how it is connected with this
head or front part, if connected .at
all. Bnt it is generally conceded
that when this hydrb-headed thing
e-tarted to leave 'Raleigh on the
final day ot it's'Chrhstening the
j erfordton to be preserved there in
(luiet till the lasT days" of Re-
publi-Poplicanism, or till the 6th
day of next November. Beware,
honest men of North Carolina, of
tnis double-headed monster and
let not a spark of vitality remain
iu it; by the, eve of next election
day, to disgrace the anuaia of our
worthy State ;
Sbn'atou felN'soar'spoke in Ashe-
ville hut Wednesday iu the
''Grand Opera House" winch was
full to overflowing. He met with
a hearty reception and bin speech
waa a master-piece of elecpuence
'and sound Democratic history and
doctrine. At tirana the cheering
was deafening and prolonged. It
made one feel prouder than ever to
be a Democrat. He gave a brief out
line of what Congress has already
done towards reform and economy !
in the short tim the Democrats
have been in power. The repeal
of the odious and tyrannical elec
tion law; the reduction of Govern
ment expenditures in the past 16
months to the amount of 141,000,
000 ; ' the great reduction in the
tariff making free nearly all wear
ing apparel, all ; farming imple
ments so great indeed the reduc
tion that John Wannamaker of
Philadelphia filled page after page
of the Philadelphia papers an
nouncing that he had 5,000 casee.
of goods just taken from the Cus
tom House which on . account of
the Democratic tariff he could eel
for one-half of the price for which
he had sold the same goods here
tofore I The reduction on article
of common wear made by the tarif '
will save to ' the people of North
Carolina $10,000,000, to say noth
ing of .the saving on farming lm
.pleaaents. These are a few of the items en
umerated by. Mr. Ransam. But
what about sugar ? You hear Re
publicans and .Populists " say. that
the Democrats got in league with I that all perniMneid and pOfitive
the sugar trusts and allowed them-j cure are im.ught ab nt with re.i
selves to be controlled by them,and!',,,H,,,e modeiafinn, ll.iod'a S,u
yet only a few days ago the Louis- j Barilla attack- disease vignro.i-ly
iana sugar men met in convention aud neTer ,'XH! ir'e ti 11 M,,,u "
and denounced the democrats for
passage of the new bill which takes
from the pockets of sugar com
bines and trusts about $80,000,000
paid as bounty by the McKinley
bill. But this duty on sugar be
comes a mere speck when compar - JJ
ed with the great reduction madej c
on articles of common wear and on
farming implements and mechan
ical tools by this new tariff meas
ure. Another great question that
southern peonle cannot honorably
afford to disregard-il-considering
the work of the present Democrat-'
ic admistration. Those who Willi
take the pains to post themselves
will learn that the Republicans
never have given important na-'
tional appointments to southern'
men. While under the present
administration the south has been
recognized equally with the north,
or any other section in this par-!
ticular and North Carolina has'
gottona full quota of this just lee-'
All that is required in the com-;
ing campaign is to get the people'
educated up to a knowledge of the'
truth. To do thirf will require or-'
ganization and oarnest work on;
the part of every Democrat. For'
this hydro-headed Republi-Popli j
can "thing" now moving over this
state will faUify and distort and!
trample under foot the truth and1
facts just as it has trampled upon
and crushed out whatever of prin
ciple its component parts once had I
or claimed to have.
Democrats here-are enthusiastic
over the prospects for V. T. Craw -
foid in the 9th Congressional dis
trict, w ho will defeat Pearson with
an overwhelming majority. Pear"
son is one of these non-partisan J
Republi-Poplican candidates who;
says he carries his politics "under
his hat". . Her-announced in a
speech here recently that one of
the first things he'would do when
he got to Wa8hiugtdn;vould be toj
support Tom Reed of Main for the
lower House of CougressI But he
will never get there. That one de
claration is enough to defeat any
Congressional Candidate in North
Thk Republicans met in Ashe
ville last Saturday in County Con
ventionnd nominated V. S. Luak
and T. H. Weaver for representa
tives, both- republican, but they
endorsed -independents", formerly
Democrats,3 for county officer to
the corifusrori of 'convention and
the disgust of straightout Repub
iicans. -Some Republicans say
that the Democrats will have a
regular "walk over" in this coun-
try. Tho convention was anything
else but harmonious.
The LimIIc ' t rlrud.
No wowau can w tteutitu Iwith
oat a good cotnpltfxuiu, aul uo
oomplexion.can le Kod without
good health aud pur blood. Bot
auio llhod balm will lautirj your
coiuphxoii by purifying and
enriching your Uuod. Try It for
all kin and idood diseas. It never
fails to care the aiost iovetrrate
ohb att-r Poaineut ptiyficiatiH bare
futn Pibe 91 W pr Inige
boti le. For Hale by druggists
See nd?ifif6uifiii lewii'iH.
In tl.e past wh i bought ouly bad
tasting mullein eun d ; and it wt
uo bother to make an dio tea be
foie going to bed ; oow, ir. ia too
much trouble. Tueae changed ouv.
ditlons are all met by Siuioioufl Lir
er Regulator, which im pleasant to
the. taste, and already piepared io
liquid auil powder fiu. Try a 25
Orut faaiplft package. Not qIqk bet
fur BillioanneHfl, Headache, OoDsti
H hat Do YouTakke Mdlcloe.
Because jou are a.ck, aud wauc to
gel well, ot couree. Then teuieni
ber, that Hood's Saraaraiilla Cures.
All we adk im, that in taking Hood.e
SirsapaiilJa jou will do so with
perseverance equalling or ap
proaching lit teiiacilt !th which
your coiuplauil int. cluag to jou
It take-i tun and care, to eiitdiurfie
old aud deeti-t-eated mladie , par
ticularly when they I ? in o
'oog biddt n in (he system itit they
haye become cihronicj. Remember,
baa oi.q ieied.
II mil d.
lt) 000 -nl bHiul
jiki- ued in Ppbi.io
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Ik. Mrs. J. H. IIorsnyder, 152 Pacific
Ava., Santa Cruz, Cab, writes:
" When a girl at school, in Reading,
Ohio, I had a severe attack of bim'm
fever. On my recovery, I found myself
perfectly bald, and, for a long time, I
feared I should be permanently so.
Friends urged me to use Ayers Hair
Vigor, and, on doing so, my hair
Began to Grow,
and I now have as fine a head of hair aa
one could wish for, being changed, how
ever, from blonde to dark brown."
' After a fit of sickness, my hair came
out in eombfulla. I used two bottles of
Ayer's Hair Vigor
and now my hair is over a yard long
) and very full and heavy. I have recom-
mended this preparation to others with
like good effect." Mrs. Sidney Carr,
1400 Regin'a St., Harrisburg, Pa.
"I have aiei Ayers Hair Vigor for
several yeeHtnd always obtained satis
factory results. I know lt U the best
preparation for the hair that is made."
O. T. Arnett, Mammoth Spring, Axk.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
rrpsr4 by Dr. J. 0. Ay sr ft Ga. LowsU. slsss.
I will meet Iba citizens of Lib coin coun
ty to collect tba Taies for 1894 as follow:
Loweevilie. Taesdav, Oct 9th 1894
Triangle, Wed. u lO.h '94
Denver, Thnra. Hth '94
Uullen'a St're Fri. lUib 94
1oq Station Sat. 15th '94
Liocoloton Tues, 11 16th '94
Jfnks Store Wed. 24th '94
BeM' Store Thurs 25th '49
Leori'd' Fork Friday 26th '94
RepTille Sat. 27ih '94
Thrt candidates will attend with
roe at the above named times and
places. Let tyt-ry body come oat
and bear toem. '
J K ULINii, Sheriff.
Sept 18, 1894.
"Quick Sales &
IS THE MOTTO WE STAISTIEB WITH-
nd as the F511' season approaches, we dare not
depart from this motto.
Since our sales in the past six months have boon very much
larger than we expected.
We are daily receiving new goods and iu
A very short time our stock will bo
We have so many Bargains we cannot decide which to giva tha
preference in this short 4ad".
CtOTHHKG.IJIHY GOODS. SHOES.
Carpet, Chairs, Furniture, Trunks &c &c
EL S. jRoMiison & Co
Superior advantages offered at
Marion Art School
Concord, JJ. Q.
Fall term begins Sent. 12, 1H'J4
Board secured with private families
at low ratea. For further particu
Misa Bettie Alexander,
Throw Playalc to ;lie Dkm.
Idany do tbiH. They Ik come din
gusted with drc'ors and curn alls.
Such have never tiied Tjm i's
Dinpepsia Iieuiedy. It pits (he
stomach in ordr, and many li a-ft
are ihu put to . rl j lit. Kep t1'
etouiuch in ordr Aud dioaes (md
not exist. Tiy Tyner'n Dynpppsia
Reondv. Ir hoilds up nd givis
ntw li e f run lh. tirst los. ir.
60c p-r l t Fii ai'e r, 5nig
W. L. Douglas
33 H O w'1? r a k r c.
'4M CmU mii
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1 fi .
J. A. S'uith, 1 n 1 1 1 . Ikih i-x-cliihivH
aalti of tl)HH' ;l;i3SMrt in
Newton, N. C. From tin; hirti.ry
of KhIIuiu iV: Aloorf, the only coin
plote optical pPint in 1 1 1 - south
aCCTPeddlers arc not supplied
with these 1'ainouM glussf.
UNIVERSITY OF N.
Includes the College, the Uni
versity, the Law School, the Med
ical School for Teacher', College
tuiti(n IG0.00 a year ; hoard $7XX)
to $13.00 a mouth. Session be
gins Sept. 6. Address President
Wiuston, Chapel Hill, N. C.
Having beca qualified aa the Executor
of the last Will and Testament of Solomon
Carpenter, dee'd, all persons baring tJaimq
against said deceased, are bertby notihVd
ti prseat th same for payment on or betore
the 20th day of Auguet 1895, or tbia notice
will be pkal in bar of recovery. This
Augo.t llih 1894-
Jclii a Cabpkstsb,
B. Wjct oaa, Atty.
When Bky waa alck, we gave her Caswrla.
Whea aha u a Child, aho" cried for Castoria. ' "
Waea abe became Miaa, she clung to Castoria.
When abe had Children, ah gare them Castoria.
Saddles and in fact
that is used, needed or to be
WORN by HORSE or MULE.
w ith Fifteen years experience
l am prepared to furnish any-
thing in my Line at Hard Time?
Prioes, for Cash or Barter. j
RepairinG done on short
Give me a call and be con-
vinced. Shop on fnrtSquarel
hack ot W- H M'chal.
J. P. BE A IV
And don't forget to no
tice what ! am
about to say.
I i-h 111 n l hi. iiileiilioil to g
M . ,! of ll;icliim Od I U0W
'11 !! ImihI ..r lUapeis aud
'.!. f, tvi'ich will not gum oq
'I :mh liiili H.
i ' H .1' o hvo in Stii;k in a few
i h lot 1 I o.i i. end THIil
I'-1 I) i. r v in. i i bt-re is
IIMH'il llMIIttit. I
i 1 1 Im ve ou
Il-Mlll H Mijiply
tilcH II ' 1 11 ' 1 1 tit t'tl nn fill
l.irh I 'lo iml ti lo sell, us I
li to k-i p (m hi Hiuong ray col'
lull III 1111 ItlMl .S.
.Just received more Cotton
Harrow! The best thing of
llii Kind on Ihe marKet
hon'i turret to (.all an.l eiamina mj
iSHohJS jusl r nioJ. I Hia now
selling the iu t.. the time
No'Jikn 11. v 1'iioiiogtHpb, rei
liiin vilMi you lave iHken io, until
you an lendy to lopioduce to yi.Qf
iiiinda to-- yeii'-nd iippMcation asd
K A. TOBY.
HAIR ID TIMES &
Call and see,
B. F. OR1GG