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rHUIfcAY AUQKIST 30, 1891.
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CastnriaV is tr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opininj Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for '-Paregoric, Drops -Soothing Syrups, andCastor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by
MilIiois of Mothers. Castoria Is the Cliildrens Panacea
the Mother's Friend.
- Castoria. h-
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Cirtori iss( wjl adapted toehfldren that
i n-oorrjii?riHt as silptrior to any prescription
UK'. ' It A AKfWER, at'U.,
Tl So, Oxfjfrd SI., Brooklyn, N. Y.
iw.' of ' Canforia ' is so universal and
Its inrt-(t?i n -w-U known that ft tux-m a work
of stp'oraiou to endorse it. Iw are the
int-Uifnt fawili5 im do not kwp 'Cattorja
within euy reach." f ' " -'
Caklos Maktttn, D. !..
f New York City.
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Suur Stomach, Diarrhoea, ErucUttioi,
Kills Wonns, frives aluep, and nrotnotea di
Without injurious medication.
' For several years I have recommehdec
your 'Pibtoria,' and shall always continuetc
do fjicas it has invariably produoed beneficia
nsulte." - ' X
Euwin F. PAKrn, M. h..
' ' Turpln't lien lriJealer.
The comniissipnr charged wth the
efcatmnatjon liave Uirned in their rc-
jVvrt to the I--rene4 War - Minister
125th Street and 7t!i -; , New York City
TUib Ckntaur Cohpat, 77 Muurat Strkkt, Nkyt York Crry
The erop report is favorable on the
whole. In the Eastern district, says
the Raleigh ,'corresponpent of the
r.ejTcral Mereier. They consider that Wilmington ilesseriger, very heavy
it fW necessary to thake prompt ex- rains occurred atthe beginning' of
jeritnentivNvith ;the j new engine, but, the past week. Cotton and young
knangenwigii,1 th report' says that corn were damaged cotton to shed
'"ijt.no ease eanTTurpin be present at bolls. The weather was very warm
the experiments." ' Jus-t why-the in- uutil the Jatter-part of the week,
venter should Ik- exc luded is! ,a my- Fodder pulling has begun in some
iterv. Several 1 will: descriptions of sections. Rice, tobacco and sweet
the thiri" liavc alrcadv appeared in potatoes are reported good. The
cousist in i lie su
ectrtes, l ul Mi-irpiw
neii,t' upon the p
box.' use.l ,bv the i
the French pa ers but the latest rains, reported were: Wilmington,
goes into soiat 'details which give it .2.76 inches; Clarkton, 3.80; Greeen
a certain color of aacuracv. ;
ft .appears iiowjlthat it does not chey's 1.50; Pantego, 2.16; Nashville
division f pro- 0.77; Saratoga, 5.50; Columbia,
in -an improve-r 0.-i3; Jacksonville, 3.00: Currituck,
esent grqpeshot 1.00; Tarboro, 2.98.. x-y
"rench artillery. It is now seen that the heavy rains
Thti m.'rchide is very simple; but. which occurred in the southern part
: : tievethelessjif adopted it will ueccssi- of the Central district at the end ow
tale a complete; renewal-of the whole last week (5th and 6th) caused cpri-
antilkry criuipcicnt ui the French siderable damage to cottonand
'; Apny It has an immense advantage corn and the recent hot shine has
: ojS'er'the present machine, which ex- caused some scalding oi crops. Cot-
: pkides its projectis at a fixfed dist- ton is reported as shedding at one or
j '.ihce, because it- cah be exploded at tv.'O places. The damage has not
,,;yv distance at ill. To exphkle been very wide-soread and probably
tliK nej 4tltair at he nuinlxr of not as great asfs at present estimat
, metres desired, it s anlv nevessarv ed. The week-has been verv warm,
tiy movcj the yeut or plug with a 6th and 10th probably the warmest
pmiing iron, that w orks like a gim- days of the season. A storm passed
j Id. out. to the j lintj thdt marks the over the northern part of thedistrict
' number . o sectindp desired,) which on the 10th, accompanTed bv hail
correspond with the ntnnbcr ot vvhich caused damage in parts of
! i f I i
kilometres ijndicati . hi tlu fuse, as Rockingham, Forsyth and Warren
W in the case of fuse sliells. When the counties. It is still to dry in parts
entjs opened the projectile is , placed of Stokes and Orange counties. It
.. V ijpon a speeiaf maeiitie, the mechan-Jis still to dry in parts of Stokes and
i ?m ol vvhich vvap explained by Orange counties. The crop of corn
"urpin when. he ws before the com- is the finest for ten years and will
mission, and it t exploded by. a bring big prices. Fodder pulling has
quick matchjof a nefw pattern. J begun and crops will be very large
the projct'tile ts5 hurled with a Farmers are turning land for fall
; toree three times as grcafas that ob- planting. There is so far no reason
gained by melinite, to wing to the new to changeOpihion that crops of this
powdef. which Turfcinjhas invented, this district will bt the finest for
Five hundred .metres" jn front of the I many years.
object fired &t ;the projectile bursts,
wn in .1 OnAidiiifi.
reading out like a fan and forming ln his talk ftt ghelby Spring Ala
n-. vast -circle, . Q.f tiying iron, which Sam ones said. ,
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sweeps- away ., every imng oe.ore u. A good many people are laying up
Men, horses, cations and -wagons treasures in Heaven at the rate of a
are mowed down. Of course, to ob
tain such force, it J rpepjirea An abso
lutelyxextra(rdinary ballistic power,
and it ii hi ihijs power that the im
portant part of t.hfc invention really
1ks.;i. r '
-hoots iVIft-h Ettwrt.
AUvlekaco we printed a dispatch Chicago. Aug. Jl. .xd unite, a
om we4tef Nebreiska'ifbAt a good , Writer in the
liw. fkiir. on a Chicago paper, shot Bha K.
II n ines hf the groinatCassand Drists
miii.v WSthc farmers there,
aged by fhe'barl crofls of s
years, had fecentlv State and ; reetsjast night. .White ond bki
gone sfvuthvard in searcrl of a larW :cere arrested and ake to the
ingifegion which sufferers! less fmrn mt Chicago pobce staUon. Last
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climatic vic!situdes. Wd now learn . evcnfhg Airs, wmtc aued on tnenqs
from tneiXorth Carolina papers tfit
an auvancea tsodv , of tnese farmers
have ririmil in that Stat, aod have ' strcct m c,om43&ny w h Hames,
near hr homo and returned to her
boarding liouse at Xrc. 115 Cops
given assurance that, if tljey bko the
ook of things there, they vill be fofc
owd bvjj a large number irf their
Nebraska! brethren. We need not
ftfthjr 7fs.iauc. for fe have a
dispatch I from Plattsmotitb, Neb..
it. U S - - ' i ' . - i r f:
ina t long trains pi o(nvfjs-coverea
wagons I re ! constantly, passing
through that place filled t vvitb dis-
leartcned settlers who are anxious
to fine? homes elsewhere, and that as
many as jl 0,000 of themj have left
since tfhe failure of this year's crops.
There is news of a similar! movement
from western Kansas, anq also from
western .ojoiadp. The farmers all
thtough thit partxof tne country
say that jt Is too hard for them,,: and
tuat wjc sivps apu weacnernere are
top ; uncertain, the j blizzards,
drqugiits and insects being very de
struetiivel 1 j
The North Carolina papers offer a
welcome to; these people tell them
that land can be be bought or leased
there on easy term, and declare that
the; Old orth State is just the place
foritheini "r 1
Other Southern States are desious
of attracting the fugitives from Jve
braska, Kansas, Colorado, and
Oklahoma. It is probabie that the
population of the S)uth rili thu ye
enlarged within the next flew years.
The hardest-up farmers iri this coun
trv are in? tfiose regions which those
settlers are'4eaving. New York Sun,
Pardoned, y t
misfortune ?; of lr. Jasi H. Yar-
rougi) wiiq was tried jn 18S7 at
Emporia jlvansas, for the killing of
A special to the Newsand Observer-
frnm Tv' irlimrnrl 'n .,,r O'J
sporting departuaenfcj . t . ....
, fMr. J. M. VS instead, I'resident ol the
PKAnont Hand at Greensboro. N.
C, Committed suicide hete thi morn
iog by iumuini: from the tower of
theaew Citv Hall, a di stance ol
abxut one Hundred and eighty feet.
In felling lit st rued the iron railing
arciund the building and was dis
emboweled; both legs were torn ofT
and -were left hanging only by!
Tie had on his person money and'
bonds amqunting to about nine
thousand dollars. No papers were
foiifl giving cause of the suicide.
Wbqn he approached the janitor he
appeared to be laboring under great
la falling he came near striking a
negro boy who was passing along
the street and who looked up to se
the time of day and saw the body
somersaulting in the air.
Mr. Winstead arrived here last
evening and was stopping at Ford's
IJotel. He was a prominent Meth
odist and of; ememplary habits.
Tbe tragedy occurred about 8:15
o'clock. Mr. Winitead first pulled
Off shoes and coat and threw them
out. . Thex inquest is now in pro
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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Our readers will all
a Mr! Collier. The killing! was done
undpjlircjuinstances of gijpss provo
cajtiph, and his conviction was a
great surprise to his, friends in the
boutn. tne sentence, according to
thelaws! df Kansas, whs confine-
merit for life in the State Prisbn, but
a recognition of the unjusthess of
such severe' punishment! under the
circtimstdnces moved his friends in
this! Statt and Kansas ip made an
early; effort to secure his pardon; A
movement with this obiejet in yiew
was jinaugWated by H0n. C. M.
Cooke several years ago The first
appiiication was, ior some reason,
notlaeted upon immediately and a
secdnd'.abplication was made thV Gaston,
summer and so strongf was the
sho.winj; made that uoonlthe unani-
monsreepmrnendation ofthe Board
of Pardoh'S, the Governor of Kansas
granted bim a full and immediate
pardon. His petition was signed by
thefeenatars and Representatives in
Her hwsbanf&rari to meet thfe vtlple,
and a quarrel endued. ITcvf words
passed between, the men before White
is said to have-knocked htsanjtajv
ist dovtftvand to bav kicked f a,t -b
prostra teierm. Police Officer Thjbip
son saV theencotinter,and4birried to
thfc men. Haines jumped o his feet
and smarted to run. Thompson saysi
Wrhite reti at the ftigutive and
Haines fell to the sfdewalk. HainesJ
is about 33 years of g;e-and is con
ncted with the Irdn Age inan, editor
ial capacity. White came recently
from Richmond, Va.
Mrs. White is a handsome wormin
of 30 years, tnreeyears younger than
her husband. She was married in
New York city May 28th last.
Death of the Heaviest Han on Earth,
Many Journal readers and New
Bernt Fair visitors will recall the ro
tund figure of John Hanson Craig,
who was at the New Berne' Fair in
1892, and was then the .heaviest
man in the world,"4iis weight being
907 pounds. Mr. Craig we are sor
ry to. say, is no -longer the heaviest
man on catth', fo he died lastwcek
in Danville Indidna.
At the time Mb. Craig wttts at ou-P
fair he Weighed 80f pounds; (at ilc
ime of hrs dmth he weightd 735
pounds. A special colju, o. cotfrge,
had to be prepared for hin
IHs firsi wife, Mfss Mary .Bossier,
ler, is soid to have been almost, as
kirge as her husbaml-. His last wife
was a small kady. Mm Crajg ham
one child, the offspring of the last
Senator jarvis and wife have gone
to Virginia Beach for the summer
Mrs. Jarvis is quite feeble.
Hon, A. WT. Graham; Deiiocratic
candidate in Settles district, was in
Washington last week collecting
matter for the campaign.
Mrs. Lyraanof Asheville a lady-in
high life applies for a deVorce from
her husband. She is English in man
ners and tastes.
T. C. Cain and W. J. Allen received
last week $200 each for the capture
of Louis Stavall and his brother,
James murderrers of Geo. W. Cur
tain. . '
The Sampson Democrat says that
hogs are dying at a rapid rate in
A-Art Aral TJorxra
missionaries in China have recently .
Cholera is spreading westward
through German' in spite of the ef
forts to check its progress.
The Pope has written n letter to
M. Turquct Confirming papal adhe
sion to the French Republic. -
The New York World classes Sena
tor Gorman as the Jesse Jame of the
Senate. He is great on "hold tips."
The States can now tax the nation
al bank notes and United States
Treasury notes. The President sign
ed the bill.
The great exposition to be held in
Atlanta, Ga., next year is assured
Mr. Crarg's weight at tw6 years
old was 206 pounds, at which time
he took the thousand dollar pre
mium in Barnum's baby show n
1858. New Berne Journal.
Mining tn North Carolinn,
In North Carolina, the production
of gold and silver is qaite widely
distributed; as fs shown in the sub
joinefl tabular view of the output by
Harvard Hill, Mass., Aug. 23.
Stephen K FowJer died at home in
West Roxford last evening of heart
disease. He was born in the house
where he died 76 years ago. In ear
ly life he went to New Orleans, ap
prenticed to a firmofmerchants.who
sent him to trade with Indians. La
ter hewas taken into the firm. When
the war broke out he lost $75,000
by the burning 6f-eotton byGen.
IWler. Later he bougut-cotton in
Mexico. He was on Gen. Bragg's
staff in the Confederate army until
the fall of Yicksburg. He lived in
Paris until the close of the war. He
afterward speculated in mahogany in
Central America, then went into dry
Lgoods buisness in New York, and lost
$3,000,000; in the panic of 1873. He
managed a mine in Colorado for a
sytKlicateaudsunk $200,000. Of late
years he had been engaged in market
farming in West Roxford. Mr. Fow
ler was a lecturer. 0n3 of his daught
ers s married to the private secreta
ry of the King of Italy, and the oth
er to Martelli, the artist. . Both live
in Rome. v''
that section. Those apparently well great success as congress gave $200,
in the evening are found dead in the 000 for its use
5 17 12
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quarter a year-, and then the old fools
will never get thereto enjoy it.
uoci s eye never looked upon a
grander sight than a royal, noble,
brave, true.hearted, genuine man.
Nancv Hanks is a -much lncher
It. is expected that the experiments brcd animal th Sullivan and Cor-
will be thoroughly satisfactory. It bett. I like thoroughbred horses. I
will beeasy to;see why theicommis- Wlsh we had more thoroughbred
siou did not take i'Urpin's invention people jt everv mother work on
offhand, .whence reflects that if the plan that she will wish her sons
the invention is judged to be practi- to marrv duplicates of their sisters
e.vl, it means tfie end of all tbe Bange aud her daughters dunlictPs of their
artillery and ?& the rojecriis which brothers. -the
French are at present! turning i don't know of but one politician
out. A gotd :many cootracts mast in America who is absolutely un
be broken and a great dtalj of Gv- purchasable and unbulldozable and
umMv uiMucy, iuu ad iruTn that is old Qrover Cleveland.
A t.l.1J .C T i- I -
Many ou planus, lurpiu ma- rd rathcr run with a rascal like
chine is adopted in the l;rench army, rx-mocrat than a fool like a Populist,
and perhaps this may account for at rcWathcr be a rasca, than afool fQr
least some i oi rue extraoruinary
Congress? ifrom both Kanses and
North Carolina, the Governor and
other State officers, Judges of the
Supreme Court, members of the bar
and a great number of lirivate citi
zens in Ni C. In addition to the peti
tioh frora this State, his pardon was
reepmmeaded by the Judge and jury
who; triedliim, the District Attorney
and the popple of Empdria, besides
many of jthe prison officials. He re
turned to Louis burg last Monday
and ;was received with geat delight
by jh!is many friends. He is looking
remarkably well and showed no
signs of his long confinement. The
entire cdmmunity, both; town and
country ,'join his family fin their re
turn. AYe'wish for him much bappi
ness and success for the future.
News and Observer.
unknown 12,500 49
Last week at Greensville the pri
soners escaped jail in broad day light.
They were all present at breakfast
but when the Sheriffs assistants
went to take dinner they were all
The State Farmers' Alliance has
authhorized the organization of the
"Alliance, manufacturing company,"
for the purpose of manufacturing
1C3 31 !
Oxford, Ala., August 7. As the
west bound Georgia Pacific train was
nearing Bynum's a station ten miles
west of here, the beautifull seventeen
jsar old daughter pf Lee Vfent threw
herself in frpnt of the engine and was
instantly killed. Her body was
thrown a hundred feet. She made an
attempt a few clays ago to kill herself
in the same manner, but was preven
ted. Disappointment in love is said
to be at the bottom of the suicide.
The Amoskeage Mills of Mauches
ter N. II. started up Monday-running
on lull time. This will employs
Miss Madeline Pollard, plaintiff in
the Breckinaidge-Pollard scandal
case, has determined to go onj the.
stage, and has Tntered into a icon
tract with a New York manager.
A destructive fire occured at Cin-
shocs, clothing, and hats, tanning cinnati. 0., last week which destroy-
leatner leatner etc. e. the n rr ,
I - uwu
Arrangements have been mabe for several fine railroad palace
a grand reunion of ex-Confederates Loss, $500,000.
Dnl:nl. .... U';:,4 C o i I
last week while attending a base ball
show. Additional, at HebrpnjKy.,
a base ball player waskilledby light-
The North Carolina Association of ning while "catching a flv," on 12th,
Democratic Clubs is to be at once instant. ' j '
reorganized, by Col. JaHan S. Carr, In the Pourth district of Indiana
its president, nd B. C. Beckwith, willinm S. ITnlmrm tin. "hir v
was renominated on the first ballot,
Pair week, October 24-th. The man
agers say several thousand will at
its secretarv. tor some years these j
clubs have done good work and have
co-operated fully with the State De
Hon James A. Lockhart, after an
all night session of the convention
in Lumberton, was nominated on
receiving 164. his opponent 30.- At
the end of this term he will have
been in congress 30 3'ears.
Thomas E. Watson, the People's
party leader in the Tenth congrcss-
I- i rr. 1 t
the 340th ballot. Cansler of Char- louai OI Georgia, nas enrc-
if0 o ..;,, c,...u rrr-A nominated again this year. Certain
to his candidate, Adams, as a poor
boy. Judge Bennett in reply said
that Lazarus was a capitalist beside
" Jeems" Lockhart. ;
Capt. H. A. Gudger, of Buncombe
county, through the influence of Sen
defeat again awaits him. Hon. J.
C. C. Black, Democrat will run
5,109,32 $15-,3I1G 32
f 70,505 64
London, Aug. 21. The Star, com
nrenting on the attitude of the - Irish
numbers in the House of Commons
la9t night, cordially supports their
contentions and expresses the opin
oh that they had abundant reason
for their action.
"It is a fact," the Star says, "that
Lord Rosebery and Sir William Har
court have for some time past been
The total mining industry in North suspected ot snuiy-snanying wiiu
Carolina has been much "depressed, curtailment of the Lord's power of
and dtrring the year 1893 sank to a vtto. This can be endured no longer
lower point than has been knoti in and the Government must now obey
twentvive vears .-Charlotte Kews. ttje mandated its supponerb
The Peoples party have renounced
all affiliations with Gen. Coxey.
They see he is trying to fleece them
tor Ransom he has been offered a a Veedersburg, be charged tor ni
twenty-five hundred dollar position, speech and announced that he would
with traveling expenses added in the speak to the people of De Kalb for
Denartmcnt of Justice, and it is be- ten cents a head.
lieved he lias accepted., mere are A burglar entered the post office
only six ot tnese places in tnat ae- at Emporia, Ya., a few nights ago,
partment. bored a hole near the combination,
R. Z. Linucy, Esq, of Alexander, broke the lock of the safe, procured
has been nominoted twiecAvithin the three registered packages, $195.00
past two days for Congress from the in cash and stamps, and has not
eighth district Wednesday by the been detected, it appears "to have -
Pnrtttli'St; nrl vftrprflfi v v the i o- Kfn tVif lunrl- n;in iYivrl
nuhlicans and is the man whom
n ! . I The receipt of over $100,000 in'
( nncrrpm!in Rnivpr will nnvp tn I 1 '
beat this fall. He is a lawj-er of un
questioned ability but a child in jo
- ;H jr
gaijemeni of Mr. Richard Johnson,;
ol w asnington, l. tciNliss uaisv.
Trnlii Hobbcr t'nged on the Car Top.
A lMcbmond i niiurc. Indianapolis, inu., vug. j.
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Richmond, Ya., August 22.-E. "W train roooers, wno in w
Ullman, proprietor of the Booth plunder sleeping caring cars on a
Wall Paper Company, mad an as- Morning train bear Delphi were
sign men t to-day. Two deeds were driven upon the roof an .captured by
filed, one from the company and one .the trainmen. Great excitement was
Ullman personally. The total liabi- caused among the passengers by the
litics are $37,000, estimated assets affairs. The during couple xgave
l . t ;
rwm their names at ron t lewis ana..
V VV t : -r
George Bohen, and were sent to jail
United States gold coin from Havana.
recently, is said by bankers to be a
, . J I -,, . , j lldlUldl lUUtlUlUlk (Ik LUIS 31I19UU U.
litics and the job will not be fonnd a .
difficult one of acctmiplishment.- the car- It is practically the repay-
tnent ol the monev sent to Cuba ear
ly in the season to facilitate the
The Stanley News says it is due I planting and cultivation of sugar.
Mr. Jerome to say, and due the Dem- The Ncw York Hvcning World
ocratic party, inasmuch as the re- . . o ... , " n(. mtn . nA wnmpn
second daughter of Senator Arthur P. cr(?P bulletin isgueci to-day shows
Gorman, is announced. fMr Johnson 1 that, except in aew central drttrieis,
is the sxn of Mr. Kurtz fohnson, the
wcU-kuown banker of Yashhigtcm,
hostility by whic
New i York Sun.
1 the inventor has
been pursued, TjlieWar Minister,!
General Meriier his bitter enemy.
you can reform a rascal.
Congressman Wroodward has left
Congress and returned to his home
in Bock Mount. .
choice between one man, and anoth-
' t r a. l - .1- - t- i.l
er. u Lue xoe iemocrauc opic f fa 0',,
want Jarvis, Mr. Jerome stands .t .
readj to carry out their wishes. If The Georgia Farmers' Alliance has
The Whiskev Trust hns fShiu Down. they want some one else, he will gone to pieces. After a stoi my meet
The Sanfcld Distillery vvas shut j alike obey their wishes. ing held at Dublin, with only seven-
Ihere has been no lelieffroin theKe down on ! the 22nd in accordance, Mjss Eliza Burt Gamble of Detroit Uy-five delegates in attendants, this
qViLVMBUs, O,, Aug. 14. ThcStat
4 default of $1000 bail.
port has been circulated herethat
he is ready to cat a vote in respect
to the majority sediment of the dis
trict wherc it ti.ira to exercising the
residing in that city who will have
to pay an income tax of from $1,000
to $178,000. It puts Mrs. Hetty
Green at the head of the women and
William Waldori Astor at the head
rjble drought, and tit? eflfeot uoonl with the notice given the day before
Dnrt-litr ' groVriiwl ctqps is disastrdoa Dois I b the whiskey trust. The doors of
County family, and ha4 been prom-' shrivdiag Ud ouoC tb upods6o cbe furnaces were sealed by internal
ineht oii the Eastern Shore for inanyf
years Ciss Daisy is very popular io
S. BjGregorW. tek of IIon. F. A. !
Washjntonand in lodal society p
Upward Count v
lAnotlier engagement in Senator
Gormanfs family just mjadVpublic is
that of bis daughter. Miss Madie to
total failure mewlrere Half a iron Ire-venue officers and the machinery
may be secured ttftder favorafeJcdbti- Tdetached. while the keys of the place
ditionsfrjom now on? Even fVesa-rer were given up to Collector Mize as
dying, and wells and pringg-afe dry
ing up. iHtstures are deads and farm
ers are feofting their cattle. The po
tato crop is certainly ruined. Buck-
her cousin, Mr. Stehen Dambrlll, fr i wheat is; poor and tobacco is firing
Hf Annlpanrp fnllina arm orratvic
Cambrill is the son oijMr. Stephen badly.
This week Governor Carr will visit
odard's committee; has returned tne farms on the Roanoke in com
M) Washington, ,a)id says Populism pany with Superintendent Leazar Gambrill , of Laurel, 'ho married ; alone promise a fair yield
watjing in jlHalifax, and it is be- and several of the directory. It is 1 Scnator Gormati'' sistfcr. Both the
lyed bymany - tjiat Capt, Kitchen said the crops on Uiese farms present oambrills. father andpon, have po
yill be back in the Democratic party, a remarkable spectacje. The acreage skions Ja the departments at Wash-
F riends let hiin stay.
is larger than ever before.
The Hendersortville Register (Rep)
calls Chairman Tohn B. Eaves the
Uriah tteep of the Republican party,
tfle law directs. There is now but
one distillery in operation in Chica
Mr. Jesse Wrood, of Leachburg,
Tnhnstoh emintv. brought the first
iljaleof nw cotton to Raleigh this
ssason, aiad was an object of much
Jtitprpsr. The bale weighed 450
nnunds. A bid of Gli was offered
has taken a good deal of pains to de- course vvas letermined on. i ne
monstrate that women are the supe- leaders endeavored to effect an
riors of men. This has quite natur- amalgamation with the Populist
ally aroused the ire of Mr. Andrew party; but it was determined to
Lang, who says that it is childish to close out the business of the alliance
call either sex the absolute . superior I exchanger discontinue the publica-
of the other. "There-is doubt." tion of the Living Issue, and disband
savs Mr. Lang, "as'to which sex is the order.
. . - - . t t ' 1 LI.
nhvsicall v and mentallv the strong- U ednesday morning at x x u o,
1 r i -
er. There is no dotibt that men are
the better workers, fighters, poet,
painters, musicians, even mediums,
if it comes to that. But it takes
both men and women to make a
worlH. nnd each sex is superior for groom's brother,
a -nc "vr V.irk Sun. man. of Concord. N. C.
near Warrentorj, Prof. J. T. Alder
man and Miss Lillian Watson,
daughter of Win. Watson, were uni
ted in the holy bonds of matrimony
by Rev. T. J'. Taylor, assisted by the
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