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SAUSBUEY. N. C. THTJHSDAY, NOVIMI EE, 20, 1890.
Hurrah for Vance.
Hurrah foif Vance! wo now shall hear
From Mountains to seaboard:
I Tu all good men he in most dear
And should not be ignored.
The Tar Heels cast to him will stick
As long as there is tar;
They saw him go through thin
When he was in the war.
for Infants and Children.
"C"0 . w r.rinfir,
nend it as superior
wwn to me
II. A. Aitcnw, M. Dh
111 So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, N. Y.
u of 'Costoria' ta so uniTeraal and
well known that it seems a work
s2SSSI to endorse It. Few are the
gsfSSSi who do not keep Castoria
X New York City.
Bloomiiifidale Betonaed Church.
Cantoris cores Col i-,Oonst!paon,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes d
For aereral years I have recommended
your ' Castoria, 1 and shall alwarsconUiiue to
do so as it has invariably produced benencial
Edwin F. Pardeb. M. D.,
lSth Street and 7th Ave.,
New York City.
tv CTAD Comtajtt, 77 Murray Stbsbt. w Yona.
The Leading Fipiture ;Dealer and Undertaker
m . ii t. : ir.0f Accnvtoil Stock of Furni-
IS . i 41.,.. ,dfir4t
lUlC CN Ci 4)11.11111- uiic J"
"he mountaineers will firmly stand
lo him. their good old knight,
Who were with him-4u battle land
And saw he was all light.
Stand up, great Vauce, and show your
And that will surely do,
For you will always take the leal
Y herever you will go.
Ybu need not mind Republican?,
What thev will sav ot thee,
For they did speak as mean of girls
1 hat they did go to see.
The girls did hear some slanders that
1 hey did not like a bit,
And told the chaps to get their hat,
And take the road and quit.
Yes they did say, "clear out for home
And that at double quick,
And if again you here will come
ou will get old papa's stick."
O where is an Alliance man
Who would bemean great Vance?
When he is doing all he can
Your interests to advance.
And as to your sub-Treasury bill,
Vance says it will not do,
And Cowles, and Henderson, and Mills,
All tell you it is so.
Moliair Crush rintkat 0..00. Forn.tr
Silk Plush r.$C0,OO. Former price,
Wool Plush at
PIANOS AM) ORCAXS
Wileox and While Organs ai d
111 os., Chiektiiiij; & Sois
W he clock
Then make your own supplies at home
And therewith be content,
Like Cincinnntus onec of Home
Who made a President.
And he his oxen, too, would plow
And holloa, Buck and Bright,
You keep along Hurt furrow now
And I will plow all right."
He had no handles to his plow,
- His plow beam was a chain,
A nd well could plow his oxen cow,
And make a lot of grain.
Ye farmers have good horses now.
And some have tirst-class mules.
Ami you have a much better plow
And other farming tools.
now to Grow Pecan.
Col.-W. R. Stuart of Ocean Spiings,
Miss., has succeeded in raising pecans
which surpass anything heretofore
known. Three of them weigh two
ounces, ifud the whole crop of certain
trees wiil average thirty-five to the
pound. They are two inches lon(r, sm
inch in diameter, and the variety Known
as "paper shelf and will crush in the
Thin advance in pec.m culture is so
great that Mr. H. E. VanDeniar, the
promologist of the United States, writes
Col. Stuart that neither he nor the
Secretary of Agriculture knew there
were such nuts in existence, and upon
that he suggested that the name of the
reutlenian who brought them to such
perfection be given to the fruit. Ac
cordingly, the large paper shell pecans
have been named "&tuart, and the
other large variety, in com pi i men t to
the penologist, have been named
As pecan culture has just begun on
a larsre scale in Georgia, it will be in
teresting to know the methods by
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which Col. Stuart achieved success so
remarkable. He puts his experience
in a nutshell.
When I was fifty-six years old I
commenced planting, said he. "When
I was sixty-eight, I got $3Ut. When
I was sixtv-niae. I sot between $700
and $800." This year in a few days I
will be seventy I will get between
$1,400 and $1,500 from the sale of nuts
This was sn flicient to fix the atten
tion of his auditors, and he proceeded:
"lu the first place, where 1 live, in
the woods country, the soil is poor.
There is no poorer country in Georgia
I plant in December, preparing the
ground and opening drills four feet
apart. In the bottom of the furrow 1
put the fertilizer, either barnyard ma
nure, bone dust or cotton seed meal.
Two or three inches of dirt are put up
on that and then I plant the pecans.
Upon them I put three or four inch
es of dirt. That is the plan for the
When the plants are a year old 1
run si cn:ule underneath and cut the
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Carter ot Fauxraicr.
F. Ilopkiuson Smith iu the Nov. Ccatory.
"To give von an idea, suh," the col
onel coutiuued, "Of what we Southern
people suffered immediately after the
tali of the Confederacy, let me state
a case that came under my own ob
servation. 'Colonel Temple Talcott of Fokeer
county, Virginia, came into Talcott
ville one uioruin', suh, a town settled
by his ancestors, ridin upon his horse
or rather a mule, suh, oelongiii' to
his overseer. C jlouel Talcott, suh, be
longed to one of the vehy fust families
in Virginia. He was a son of Judge
Thaxtou Talcott, suh, and grandson
of General Snowden Stafford Talcott
of the Revolutionary War. Now, suh,
et me tell you right here that the tal
cott blood is as blue as the sky, and
that every gentleman beurin' the name
is known all over the country, suh, as
Bringing Father's C inner.
It was in the C. ft. and D. dep t in
Cincinnati one da , when ons of the
men employed to oil the curs rs they
came in accidently fell und-T th;
wheels of a moving coach and had his
right leg and hip c nsbed in amffriblc
manner. He was picked up and laid
on some coats spread on the platform,
and a doctor was ?on on hand. .He
must have suffered intensely, but after
the doctor had examined him hecooly
"Dctor how bad is it?
"Very bad, indeed."
"Will I live?"
."Not more than ten minutes, yon are
bleeding to death.
" What time is it Jim?" asked th
man of a fellow employee.
'Eleven fifty -five." was the answer.
"The children will bring my diunei
at sham 12. Some one go and stot
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i k......; . .1..... t.. t nem. imh imush isccmcu
mail Wliuac Iiwiiui unuu tu mm 1 n9nUn nnw'
Hv,n UU lift. Mild IV W Sfl WOld SaS r,w HWOmW BIIUHICU-MH-
LI iL III-; sia.v- " - - - , - i .
as his bond. Well, suh, on this niorn-
in1 Colonel Talcott left his plantation
ill charge of his overseer he was work
in1 it on shares and rode through his
estate to his ancestral town, some five
miles distant. It is true, suh, these es
tates were no longer in his name, bnt
that he had no beariu' on the events
that followed, he ought to have own
ed them and would have done so bJt
for some ungeiitiemanly foe loan re
proceeding which occurred immediately
after the war.
'On arriving at Talcottville the Col
onel dismounted, handed the reins to
his servant or perhaps, suh, one of
the niggars around the do' and enter
ed the postoffice. Now, suh, let me
tell you that one month betV the Gov
ernment, contrary to the express wish
es, of a great many of our leadin' citi
zens, had sent a Yankee postmaster to
Talcottville, to administer the postal
affairs of that town. No sooner had
this man taken pusessiou than he be-
" in to be exclusive, suh, and to put on
The vehv fust air he put on was
to build a fence in his office and compel
our people to transact their utnnuess
through a hole, tins, sun, in iisen
w:is vhv i?allin for up to that time
the mail had dumped out on the table
I -mif In Mm ilnor. With Others. Jinr
wh wpr iust in time to stop a boy ot
and a girl of Ii from coining in. Each
had hold of the handle of a basket con
taining fathers dinner, and they were
smiling in anticipation of the greeting
they would receive. We sent them
away with a false story about his bav
in" ""one home, and the eyes of both
were filled with tears ot disappointment.
The echo of their footsteps could still
be heard on the pavement when the fa
ther breathed his last.
Employ ?r aai EanVv e.
We once knew a cotton mill super
intendent who seemed to have an asv
time of it. A woolen mill superinter.
uent who envied hjm his .position and
asked him what was theTuicst difficult
thing about cotton mill sujieriiiieix
aig, when he dryly answered, "Getting
the position." "From our observatioi
1 . .
we should say that keeping a positioi
ifter it was obtained was the most d.i-
hcnlt part of the un ertaking. t w
voi.'.e deliver iu the mi. ipe ot e.vi
what they bargain to deliver, hence t
see good men secure good positions am.
keep them for a year or two and the!
lose them. Ihevweivnot discharg
ind did not leave. "Big heads s
sometimes the cause; big heal soldo
gives one dollar's worth for one dolhi.
he. ice dissatisfaction follow; lig hea!
gets so important that he thuik ti" '
tables were not matte (for him. In fai ,
lie soaietimes gets more imp frtaat tha
his employer; when he gf's to th s
stage he is r.pe, and should (J'l.t a: n
get a position as an oil uruiume .
I'here is another class of men who ar-
mart enough, but they always hav
some business out of the inuM to atten I
o. In fact, they are tiying to serv
two iu asters cnually well, an I no on
las vet succeeded in doing it. ine i -
suit is, the time table is neglected an .
lay day looked for as if it was th
nost important thing in life, all oi
which is noticed bv the emr.loyer, an I
lie employe is put in the balance and
found wanting, and -a eh mg-i 1 po i-
iu the stage office and every gentleman th;lt t au, not
BED B(UM SLITS!
Antique Oak, Antique Ashe, Cherry and
Walnut at price 8 that defy i inpctdhai.
A LAKGE STOCK
Of Chairs, Sale s, Mattresses of all Kindt,
Spring Beds, Work Tables for Ladiev,
Pictures and Piturc Frames of every stle
and quality alwaxs in slock, or will be
made to older on short i.otice at reasem
AJarge sttak of Baby Carriages with
wire wheels at 7.50.
, Silk Plush Seat and Satin Parasol Car
riages with wire wheels at only $10.50.
Special attention given to m.ehitakh g
in all its branches, at all hours day
i.,i;,.c uiwliimr mv services at niuht wi.l
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call at my residence on Bank street, in
Thanking my friends and the public
generally for past patronage and aAing a
eontiniiiua e of the same, I am,
Yours anxious to olease,
G. W. WRIGHT,
Leading Furniture Dealer.
Stand up. great Vance", for you arc blest
And that will surely elo,
For you will always get the best
Wherever you will go.
Three times you were our Governor,
Tlren to the Senate went,
Where yem elid stand Excelsior
In every good intent.
Baedv you will go to Washington
Ami till your honored seat,
A.ml when your statesman verk is elone
You still will be more great.
When yon arc tired then come home
And wear a hat of silk,
Aad you can dwell at your Gombroon
Ami elrink good buttermilk. S. L. I).
frothing libelous about that. EoiTOlt
Laugh and Grow Fat.
A Quick wit had the French actor
Brunei, who, being hissed, threw at the
audience the epithet, "Foils! There
was frightful uproar, and when at last
tho aelor was given a chance to apolo-
tnii rnrds to 111
. " I " -- - - - .1 t 1 l V. Ofl..V v
frenuentlv take the young trees up and . , , i,imself. The next
sell them or plant them out myself. W;w the co of x m:Ul bags
Tfansplanteel when two years old, tne
trees never die. I have seen them
twelve or fifteen inches high above
the ground with top roots three and a
half feet long.
To make a grove, I take my trees
up and plant them twenty, forty or
ixty feet apart, according to the
strength of the ground.
At seven vears they are fitteen or
twenty feet'high, and begin bearing.
Of these nuts which I call otuart, l
got year before last 117 pounds from
one tree and sold them for $117. But
pecans have their off years, and last
1 nnlv got eight nuts from that
trap This vear 1 wilt get from 2X) lo
250 pounds and they will bring Sl.oO
a pound. 1 Have orders tor I hem from
A.-ir.dia the West lndais, California
em...-;.1.. Those from the West
Indiasand Florida came tome through
c:.. "Tn- Orleans merchants fre
OL.HC".. I"-" "'
A Stroke of Lightning.
M. Quad. ,
will be fo
men will be eleceptive. One day 1 sat be
hind a couole on an Ohio and Missi
f...,;., .md it. wasn't 10 minutes
i... I ,i;.-nmtrJ that, the girl was a
UI'IUIC l UI-VW" ' ' ' .
n.... un. wkn L-new nothing or tin
l 1 1 l i. 1. ... ,.onu illlu'l
Worm, ami iaiae.ne.-i
traveller who saw in her a
-WmimI lithpf-s noticed them as wt
it was hard te see how anything could
u a...... II- i-Aft--se:l ureat admii'a
WC UIMI. . 1 ' 1 r-
tint thn crirl. and she
Bllt llOW It) L KI1JW VJU ai- ii j
um, I...I- I na-nre von on my honoi
hour fixed by himself. Ihis became a
'reat inconvenience to our ciuajus,
who were often late in nuisniu tm.ii
correspondence, and who h:fd always
found our tormer postmaster whuh,
either to hold the bag over until the
next day or send it across to Drum
niondtown by a beiy to catch a later
'Colonel Talcott s mission to tne
postoffice, suh, was to mail a letter to
his factor iii Richmond, Virginia, on
business of the utmost importance to
i.: if n.iiiiplv. the raisin' of a
n unset i, bum I...... v , ----
loan upon his share of the crop. Wot
the crop that was planted suh, but the
crop that he expected to plant.
I i i nie Ta cutt appioncuew un
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Iwd. mm. I with that nesierneiumii
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manner which has distinguished the
IMeotts for ino' than two centuries
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giae, lhis was his speach: "I called quently buy ten or hfteeu to iouv
it is true;
1 beg to be excus-
Mrs. Duscn berry
here's a statement
study out! Now
mar, widows are
The Best Business Opportunity
.' trut? wiVOTrtV WEST F.NT) T.AND COMPANY offers for
i 1 1 i j y i j. r
Vale a limitod number of its lots in North-West Winston. They
are within six 'minutes walk of the best line of Street Cars in the
Krath, convenient to schools, churches and stores, shaded, moun
tam views. Populafion in 1880, fom thousand (4,000); in 1890,
i twelve thousand 02,000).
j A million and three-quarters of outside money invested in
Wtnston-Saiam in 1800; Three hundred and twenty-six thous-
.....i i. u.. ;r.4 for.iniu and hf-mifi buildin&sm 1890, to
sou IK ii in b ieie iniu ,
September. Three railroads building into country tributary
fb;ftiKi WRt limG tobuv; Maps, prices and terms given
on application to
I p. M. WILSON, Sec,
more likely to die than widowers." Mr.
Dusen berry : "That's all bosh, my
dear. The fact is that mungenerly dies
before his widow. Mrs. D.: "Is that
reallv the case? How do ou account
fofit?1' Mr. D.: "I can V
A London woman announces that
she is about to open a barber shop,
where all ihj barbers shall lie women.
What a luxury it must he to have
one's head fondled by a tidy young
woman and to have one's face kissed
by her dainty fingers! Ghe us women
t i i 1 -m w .
barbers, by all odds. Men will shave
who never shaved bePore, ai d th s
who always shaved will shave the
Mi's. Shoddy, to fashionable caller:
'Yes. we have rooms here and take
nounds of my pecans to send as pros
ents to their friends in England, rJOs
i -j v0r York. Iiie.h neonle in
Uil illKl X'lV" . i
n.o Vnrfh f reei uen tlv order them.
the world's fair in Paris
orvisio mnn til Florida sent pecans there
ATr VnnOeman regretted that I had
..f n.-irl an exhibit there, and has in-
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m in m:ilf an exhibit at the
.rnrlrla fnir in Chicago.
1 have oulv eiirhty old trees that
bor thpse fine nuts, but I have 400 or
r.nn ti-aae tmiii t.wo to five years old.
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Became of the occasional failure ot
pecan trees, 1 have advised people to
plant every yearsay twenty trees a
year for five vears.
When the trees are ten or twelve
vears old, the groves make a fine pas-
ture. 1 continue to ternuze tneiu un
til they are seven or eight years old
smnti'mes to the end of the ninth
vear. Crops are cultivated on the
ground, and in that way my trees cost
me nothing. As far as insects are
limit, til Oil V trOUMlG IS
as they ap
and burn U
asked the postmaster for the loan
:i Miree rent nostage stamp.
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' . I,.'- xt.imshniPiir. sun. ue
X' 13 tV-tvn- 7 i
ret 1 1 sou. .
riiink of a Talcott, suh, in in ow
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eonntv town beiu refused a three ceni
j i 1 r .
nnifnic staillO bV U LOW-tiVeu iuacc
who had never known a gentle m iu in
The colonis lust mi
hiiIjk wnli was to haul the scoundrel
rhi-nnVh the hole and keane him; but
fhpn h ivniembered, suh, tliat he was
Id not demean him-
ii 1 (HUM L OH
snlf. and drawiu1 himself up
iih Hint, nianner which was grace it
self lie requested the loan of a three
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ceut postage stamp until u miunm
coinmuuicate with Ins factor in lt:cii-
mond, Virginia and again, sun, ne
was refused. Well, suh, what was there
left for a high toned Southern gentle
man to do? Colonpl Talcott drew his
revolver from the leg of his boot and
shot that Yankee scoundrel through
the heart and killed him on the spot,
i ...1 luiiv suh. comes the most re-
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Whpre do you live?
"And you have neitner
At that instant the conductor came
in with a telegram and called out me
,.,l,.-ac "T hut for nie. said tne man
in thii S4nf nlieutL
III -S . . v w - - .
I. - i,..,lnl to him. and lie was
niiling as he tore it open. Next mo
i. .. f-i f..i'w.m in a neap am
nieub i.c icu .....v. . .
...a.x.1 ;.'.e.-w eb in a dead taint
mini iiiiu in-v
Half a dozen of us including tne gir
i .ii,.v.rih H. wlis dated a
ieau tiiw ui "i"""
f..,li in.iniili :md read:
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..ii un leu u i' "
l our tyiic .ii '"j - i
the lmiKP last mailt. Come at unci
It took a quarter of an hour to bring
him to and it was half an Imur latei
wlei he left the tr n. He hal loi
gotten the girl who .du el hi seat,ai d
he w.;s couc' id down . n crying uive
tion i-i-the result, bringing a l ta
Imth part ies. A great many goo I n etr
lose posit ions because they do uot giv.
i dollars worth for a dollar. Th's
ibout in manv d.ffjrei
come aboui in many
but no matter what the
: i e w
'innloyer and employe sutler nuke lxt..
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i u mm t and nuances, anu uk-ic i .
aking tip of homes and changes I
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localities, all ot whicli cpiii'i u-
ivoided by a proper understanding ol
what constitutes thine ami mine.
Wattes Fibre and Fabric.
Pursued by a Ganier.
A man who was caught in the act of
skinning a neighbors slijep covere i
liis embarr.ismeht by declaring that h
sheep could bite him and live..
Hie logic of this says the Youth's
companion, is com tied by that of th
Yankee soldier w ho once had a narro.'
. seae from an enraged gander.
Tne men of a certain Maine regi
ment, which vas in the enemy's coun
try in 1802, considered the orler"uo
foraging" au additional uud uiuralleu
One afternoon about dusk a oldi r
was seen beating a rapid retreat fre i.f
the rear of a farm house near by.
closely pursued by a gander, wit ,
wiags out spreu I," whose feet seonic.
scarcely to touch the ground, an I '
from whose beak issued a Succession of
was not reassure bv
owner, "iloi .
11 jvoh'g hu t
ai gr .
l lie fugitive
the cries of th
markable part of this story,
not been for Major Tom
If it had
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our meals our. it s a pleasant way to wmLct,riii."o. "
live; it relieves one of the care of ser-1 pear, I g ) w ith a long rml
miiit O II 1 ..II 11 in ni'inv !i ri tiiti nooc of- diam oiT It will scorch a
WllMin fill! - onion o 1 1 1. cj W puvsss m "ll
tending housekeeping." Jaiiitress, np- bnt it will clean the caterpillars right
nddenlv: "If vou nlaze. out. I don t let tnem rest on my iiw
mem, you windy ixx has lumbhHt down
and you bafestake and butther and
cranio have tumble into the strait.
mem, and there's a perliiceman coniin'
up to see about it, mem."
A New York jeweler savs: "There
are very few enaroelers that is, high
art enamelers to be seemed in this
itv, and strange rs it may seem and
yet why shauld it be strange? one of
the best, is a woman. ihe will uot.
work for less than $100 a week, and
she has no trouble in finding constant
employment at that figure. She is a
splendid colorist, and is full of sug
gestions as to designs.
"A French bachelor advertised for
a wife. A typograh'cil error changed
fiom thirty-seven to eighty-seven, but
it male no difference, for he received
two hundred and fifty applications
from ladies ranging from the agre of I
TIipv nav so well that it is worth ad
the care and labor you can give them. '
There is a pecan plantation of 2,000
trees near Macon, and in southwest
Georgia there are trees twenty-five
yearvold which have been l-earing for
years. The tree closely resembles the
"hickory and, except when the fruit is
opening, can hardly be distinguished
from it. .
Col. Stuart was a warm friend of
Col. Richard Peters, and was in cor
respondence with him for years. He
has Ijeen exhibiting his pecans at Ihe
Piedmont exposition, and in the mean
time has been the guest, of his nephew,
Mr. K. L. Sibley. Atlanta Constitution.
not been tor Major ioui i.i.j.
Jed"e Kerfoot, and myseit mere woenu
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uave oeen i ..
Kil.lav back in his chair and roaieu.
"Ami they did not hang the colo-
,,"kang a Talcott ! No, suh; we don't
(r.Mitlemen down our way. Jedge
Kerfoot vehv properly charged tne cor
oners jury that it was a matter of self
defense, and Colonel Talcott was not
detained, suh, mo' than half an hour.
It would be an extremely
task to find a neigh borhood
United States that does not
.i:nii fur whom Messrs C. A
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Ex-?r2sii?at Cleveland on tha Kesult
01 l-U" Jitc-iwJ.
Ex-President Cleveland in an in
terview on the 25th with a reporter o I
the United press on the reslt of the
l- om delicrhtea. 1
. 1 . ..1 I II I Til Hip rii?ht of any man in
CliaiiC" rt " , " ... ,i
country to rejoice more heartily than
, thp results of yesterday. 3
ratification is that of nn American.
nr,.nd nf his fellow countrymen,
though led away for a time
....i.,a onu hv n ino cui
i.i iri niiiv-c-, ...... , , ,
...:..; ...1 alfih leader?, cou.d
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he deluded to their rnin.
'TIipv have demonstrated that in
dealing with them it is not safe to
r i i.. ii...t ii.-.r ,.r. st.unid or herd-
caicuiaie iimii " i
ioi!J f fb;r enuntrvnien.
l.rPl.A nAAcmlu r.f tantt retm iu
lii iicfc.-..-iv. -
r,Onr.M0iit ivductn n in the cost
!:..;.. ,.n.l the duty, of the Democratic
party to advocate it, has been lulls
;,...i..,l l.v the action ot the p.
IIIIIIIOI I cm." " . . , I
yesterday. Their decision has been
deliberately made, and it is an memo,,
significant liecause th- y 'mooted up-
..i d i iilo-emenr. and
.11 i in r it-;ijfi tu... j
because they have proved that
e. w nowerless as againso
1 11 l I'MI
convictions. . ,
ri thore is nothing foi tin
Democratic party to do but to push on
the battle at all times and in nlhilaces.
on the lines which U.ey mm
,hat is. to insist upem a wise adju t e ,t
tariff taxatumto tne ,-.i .... ....
rrovernment, as oppugn u-
f ivored class
Neither man or gander .-topped un
til inside the camp lines, when th.
soldier's friends relieved him of li s
.ierce pursuer wiLii tlii aid o iho bu..
of the musket.
'i); l that gander think he cou! I
i i i ' . i . i i .'. i
jcuase me iikc tnat ami live.- aaje
ier exclaimed, as ho surveyed tho out
tree lied bird; -but he said uol Uiug
he b iitrd hook, with cod-jine attach
d, which might h ive-tiirown ligu
.i i . .. 1 ..' . .,-...;.
on tne u:itorcu:i ue g.imurs n iu-
kav n voiiiii?. assistant, who must be
....... j ,
"What is the object of the hist
Co the successful 1'atent roncnMs,
opposite U. S. Patent office, Washing-
1 . .. i I ....... I t.ilun w
ii. u.. navo (HiuiiiM-i ....-.
rtiu know their business and conscieu-
tioitty attend to it. hee
tisemenTin this paper.
of the 2
i i ,,-,;..b tt riches a
T if IIIH11 flllK." ' -- a . I
at the expense of the masses ot tm
"Until victorv is won the que. tion of
. ,;U not be settled, no.
rar.u reiuiin - - - . r, r-.
mi.. ana an c.in-.
A little editorial s-.-ti m agaie ' ,
overdressing appj;:rs i.i tWa Novein r
numUer of JtlieL id'cM Home Joura .
Here are the in tin p iiMgriphs:
It looks as if the weultljy wo;umi.
this rich land of ours are to le tro
dress reformer-. The pad: sutum r
lias (lemou.strated thisjacjt very strong
ly. O.i every baud at the great reso-1
it was noticed that the women wi. .
possessed the greatest-weiilth weret' r
simplest in their dress. L While this Ii s
oeen, to a certain cxtejnt, true ti.
facL lias been more uoLlejeMule of 1 I
because it has become unjre general.
' Too many women Ind eve tlmt m.
are attracted by showy Jattire. I ,
member a verypretty buj. treiiieudou.
shallow iiiinded, girl saying tiTme lasl
winter at-aNe w V o rJuiscpt ion: 'O
ui a lavish wardrtt!3 aivd I will brng
any ina. i to mv feet.1 jYou m y s.i
jnl V a silly girl w ill iuale such a ta
m-y.it I ;rive with yoii Tim trouol.?
s. mv dear reader tlifire are two nv"-
A this very kind of girls. I m't h
core i.isu summer, aim irom oiuer
met an by a-
couuts-1 found I hadirl
iiiesus. ..v. the tact is.
-II L 11
seiisii'le women Kinws, Ti;
ind when I say a nian
ii in an
A New Yorfe business man says
'I ii ndprstai.il that our minister is tot 4i1Mf frftlM 75 to 80 ier cent, of the
capital invested in that city represents
the earnings of men who began life
s'xteen to sixty, and all promising love clause?
and dcvelion for the rest of
his exist- ' "Well, that is to make the JJung
men iedousand induce Ihe 11 to
lo church so a to keep RH eye
" CHIdren Cry for Pitched Castoria.' their lady loves.
Tne man who invented the pigs-in-clover
puzzle has been sent to a luna
tic asylum iu St. Louis,
1 1 ; 1 s 1 1 1 01 r
. 1 a ii-x.lF iiiifn
1 1 t;.i.i. ific n ri ii. vi ""i-
their adver-ingnu. r- .w.f,n t
interested and unseti. 'V; V .
the interest of the ,m.ple ltsalte
unity and harnionv noon the qm-.M..
of tariff reform shows its quick recogni
tion f the Democratic pnc.pVs. and
it, enthusiasm "w""fZ
.. i. ,..lf .rp Kvervvsiiere our
rne iMMiuirti - (- 1.1
neonle have done magn.ficeutfy, and the I
l.arvest they ve gathered iu
ChUdren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
I inea, no' 1
tho uMMlern afid.iios of Biasee.
ipoh)gits with a sash falls a vie-iTur f
lothing so easdVas he does t4i aprt-H 4
nn'.'-fi't.inf. -i'uph -frork. and Von e 1
haidly in ke it loo sim'e for him.
Judges will reach im.,4
T.' ulbet is U iug a. 0c s-fully la
ll Florida with pdiu.-ltlo roots; i
o ale as soft and iriiaJUie jis the I...v
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