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M !.d jivrjtv tih'iwday.
., i . I' Kit VEAK.
'JRO W.S-ON, Manager.
A V A Hi: .'!, 5SD4.
l l ? tilJilLT to
. il. bt?VuUM
. V '4t having
;iud the ro-
ii - w : ! is t hrown up
In failing to
iMi 'level and writes a let-
r f Mr. Crit-' i'!s explaining una
'., .v n 1,1 - li.'jUifs not siizn
r ' linn in the
-i ... . Mr. Cleveland doe-
( near'so gracefully as
-om others and dip!avs
'.! h?4 ui pthe -matter,
-Ti t r i t f 1 e .'iioug!i to
tie new bill is an jniprove
. 1h" MvKinby bill which
: jln 1 act it h a very long
--.it. ' ' 'r -if- iiivcfion. With the
v ;. on d' tiif sugar schedule it
i is! i oni:, honest tariff reform
! " a-' hat this clause vas flic-
.V ' i trust who owned a
t.-A i ) -'iiiocrntie senators,
.;; iv le.illy no iK-iiioerats and
.mi pirrv should not be held rVspon-
' i il tiifit aid's, and on account
; s ti.dl m ij jrity in the Striate
. . 1 1 u woe allowed to "dictate
u- -eir-dule. lr was that or noth-
ma tiif oe.-Ni mac couiu oe none
iiii ii -I.
s :u'i i .'i i tins scneuuie will
; rViibly remedied next session
- tlie people will not have to bear it
i.g. fiiL hill, as a whole is one
x :h every" honest reformer can en
"i -. hi 1 one wliich iX-mo-nts
au l-'t'i'iid before any infe'digent
ail -ure. The, bill- uiil afford
iie people relief that they have been
CLEVELAND J0NT SIGN-
VAs!UNGTOX,:ugust 27, 189 i
HoN" T. 0. CATCHIN'fe :
My Dear Slit: Sliice the co'nver-
satitm I had with yo&and Mr. Clark,'
of Alabama, a; tew pays ago, in re
rard to mv action-oft' the. tariff bill
'now before me, I ha; given the sul
j-ct further and most serious conid
eratiun. The resi.i!tas, I am inore
settled than ever in : the determina4
tion to allow the hill to become a law;
wttlujut my signature. W hen the,
formation of: legislation, which iif
Avas hopHd would enlhody Democrat-'
ic ideas of tat iff reform, was lately
Miternd upon: by the Congress, noth
itig was further fr-fu my anticipa
ti(.'ii than a result wiich I could nof
prirtnptlv and enthusiastically en
dorsH. It is, therefore, with a feeU'
it;g of the utmost disappointment
that I sulmt to gt denial or thif
privilege. 51 f
I do not claim tgi be better thaii
the masses of myj'narty, nor r?o
whu to aroiu any ivsponsiouity
which or. account of the' passage of
this larv", I ought to ht ar as a mem
bcr of the Democratic orgamzatioti
Neither will I )enmt myself to
separated from mj party to such a
extent as migJit le implied .'by- mj
veto of tariff? legislation, whiclt
though disappointing is still chargtf
able to Democratic tfoit. Hut therf;
are provisions in thiii bill which. are
tit in line with Iioftt tariff rcforni,
and it contaius inconsistencies aiifj
cnuliiies which ought not, to appeal
in tariff laws or; laws of anv kim.
Heside.-', there were,, us you and I wel
know, incidents accompanying -thjn
passage of the biJI (hrough the Couj
gress, which ina-le very sincere tail
itt rtformer Unhappy, while influeii
ces surroundedjit ui its latter staged
and interfered with its iinal constrnd-
tion which on ght not to be recognis
ed or tolerated Jin Democratic tariff
reform councils. ; I
Aiid yet, notwithstanding all is
vicissitudes, Maiid a!) the bAd treai
ment it receiyediutjhe hands yf prtf
tended file nil'?, it r-sents a va-t iri-
carry to every humble home in thejto unknown proportions and gives
land the blessings of increased cowi
furt and cheajer living. The. millions
of our countrymen who' have fought
bravely and wtH fr tariff reform
should be expected to continue the
struggle, boldly challenging to open
warfare and constantly guarding
against treachery and half-hearted-ness
in their camp. Tariff reform
will not be settled until it is honestly
and fairly settled in the interest and
to the benefit of a patient and long
suffering people. Your very truly,
( Signed) G rover Cleveland.
THE CHINESE AND THEIR EMPIRE.
: Thejudicial convention of the
'opiiiist party has been called to
inet in Salisbury ou Wednesday
Scptember l2:h. "The ThUiasvlile
rM-''s says that Judge J. F; Artu-ih"-d'l
will be .indorsed for Judge and
- jZjb. Vance VValser, a republican, for
. 'Solicitor." In using Judge Artufieids
' nainein thisconiii ction they do that
gentleman a reat injustice as he
woiild not under any circumstances
allow his name fb be n,in on any
other ticket than the Democratic,
rind woiill not serve-if elected in any
otie.j- vmy t(.;in as t be -nominee" of tin-
UenioeiMiic party. Of course that
party can not hope to elect any one,
yet by using the names iu -the wey
tiiey(lo, ot such nieu as Armfield,
on nor and Clark they lnpe to gain
-onie . i.-ength in different couuli-s
in the race for the Legislature. 'Their
whole obj rt is to get Marion Butler
an.i . juie.nepubiican Jn the United
AS.ates'Scn .te, which they will never
do. ' .
At a PopuliVt. convention at Ral;
feign l-.is.t w'eek, in jc losing the coo
; iraut for fusion with the Republicans,
! S. Oiho Wiisou w"hen asked by a lie
j publican if they put up a negro would.
Uie- pulUt party support him, and
red that they would. How will
" " "' Wllk tbe white men who Ixj
il white mau government
u'i who have gune off with this
tj! .-i -it. Wiil you stand to the
1 i Mipport any man the He-
"pat up" or will you
if: Mm tH(ur first love and re-en-list
m. the Democratic party, the par
ty of t he people.
lVhticdly. th8 etiief interest cen
his m the double Senatorial contest'
J vii -r.s Jaivis and Uansum are both
;.u.t:dales fMrhe long temr, aiuUto
nit ut the unexpired term" of Uie
iateSedat. r VAice there are s-nvrM
Henderson, Attorney General Os
I' -nie, Judge Avery, of the Supreme
'.'u,t,nml Hon.' Lee S. Oyeru;au,
p-aker of the Jvegislnture. As be
tween Messrs. Ju,-vk H.id Ransom
the outcome is,very uncertain, and a
H'-tiy birter tight is being w.gcd by
Meir respective partisans. For t.jle
short term, Mr. Henderson's chances
ate excellent. He is regarded us One
J,l!j,! tiniest men in the State
' PS U"Z record as a Representa
tive i so i re.huhle that
:'&y-i. o (iit!icUity
ine tlou-e liiiu-iiiiifwltr n;;. . i
Llllli k ipu i -xt .... i i J .
j..oi. t-uui.nu o nimotioir
provemeht ti exist j&g conditions. It
aiii certainiy tigten many tar iff
burdens that1 now !rst heavily npcjii
the people. It is ut oiily a "barrier
against the rel ufn f any protectioii,
but it furnixhej, r; Ventage grounjd
from which jtmMfc 1? waged funhdr
aggressive opeat iojfs against proti
ted monopoly and govern ivienuti fa
voritism. .1 take my place with tife
nmk and tile of thy .Democratic par
ty who believe i.u tariff reform anil
who. know what it is; who refuse ti
accept the rehu Its e?'nlodied in this
bill at the closo of the war; who ;tife
not blinded to the fact, f hat the liv
ery of Democratic tariff reform In js
been stolen and worn in the .scrvicfe
of Republican protection, and wljo
have marked the jjaees wheie tlfe
deadly light) of treason has bl.ist.il
the conned of tbe brave in thefr
hour of might. ! 1 , - j-
Ihe trusts and eombinntioiis Ilie
communion iof. pi-li-whose machiil
atious have prevenld usfiom reacif
ing the success jwedeserve, shoufe
not he forgotten jr forgiven. 1e
shall l-ecovvr from;lur astonish meiit
at tMeir exhibitidnfoi power, and jf
then the question t; force 1 upon u
whether they shall; liibmit to the fnle
legislative wiil of the people's Reifi
resentafiveS;or sha f dictate the ImJL
which the icoj!e tjijust o'hey we will
accept and settle ItbaL issue as orfe
involving the salletfy;. f American iil-
shtuiions. I fivi the priiicii lt'S f
uue iemocracy: oecause they ajFe
founded in p.itriotisni and unon iti-
lice and fairness toward all mtertstk
.am proud pt my party organization
iccause it js c nservativelv stnr.lv
ind persistent in the enforcement it
its principals. Thei'efore I do ntt
uespair ujt the efforts made by t&e
House of Representatives to sun-
pigment the bill; already passed Hy
further legislation, land to have J..
grafted upon it such modifications fis
will more nearly, nieet Deinocralic
liop.-s and aspirat uujs. J cannot be
rutstaken as to the jiecessitv of flip
raw niHteriiil as jth foundations bf
logical and sensiliieanif reform. T
T. R. .Tfrnlgan. in News & Observer.
Shanghai, J uly, 25. The Chinese
empire is the mightiest aggregation
of human beings of any one nation
on earth. The history of the Chinese
nation extends as fur bick
as any other known to the world. It
is the very nation that lias retained
its nationality. It has never been
driven from the land where it first
appeared, and it has moved, from re
motiest atiquity, on the same line of
civilization as it moves today.
By what means has this tiltuust in
computable race of human beingsi
dwelling on the plains of China from
tiie dawn of history, been made an
exception lo the law of the dacay
and death of nations?
Authentic hiptorv, answers tlftit
while most nations have depended
upon naval forces, and to this fact
lier exemptions from change, and
her long life is due. ,
History is full of examples vl:er
nations have sc tight long life by
means of the svvoru, but China i.
one of the few, if not the only ex
ample of a nation seeking to per
petuate itself by founding its orgnn
ic principles of government upon a
moral code, and reviving its potyrf-
tiai m its application alike tofulei
and subject and the unchanging char
acter of the iustitu'onsf China at
test that throughout!! 4iges ethics
has been the satire ti ulli rs truth
If there be any one source from
which Uie Chinese have drawn the
moral 'precepts t hat have guided and
so long sustained their politicallife
it is the writings of Confucius. The
ii flueuce exerted upon the Chinese
by their writers is regarded as im
measurable by the best informed au
thors of the works on China.
flavor to much hot water. The pro
ducts of the vegetable kingdom are
utilized in ways straiige to the sea
son, and even the cooking utensil?.,
are made with a view of econbmv in
the use of fuel. The bottoms of the
kettlers and pots are of the thinest
manufacture, and water will boil in
them under the heating influence of
a long parlor match. The dogs and
cats have the "leavings" of a
Chinese table, and the condition of
these animals attest how accurateh
the human Jippetites guaged.
Although; -generally poor, and
with an intuition x to seek shelter
from a stiff breezy thV-dog mm other
domestic animals are not"aiowed the
repose of the grave. AfterN deaths
regardles of the canst-, they are of
ten cleaned in various styles for the
table, and are not infrequently con
sidered as the chief appetizing con
diment of a feast. Apparently noth
ing grows in China that has not a
useful office in the economic house
hold of the 400,000,000 inhabitants.
Possibly the waste from 'American
tables would feed, asvvve!l as they are
now fed, half of these inhabitants.
Among the vegetables that are
eaten by nil "classes are leeks," sea! 1
iou, onions and chince. The smell
of thf'Se can easily be detecttd in all
eating autUcoveriug room., tiirl the
universal fondness in China for such
herbs may be the reason why" no law
has been proposed granting a divorce
frqm persons emitting their smell.
The Chinese use little or no but
ter, milk or cheese, and when the ap
petite of a foreigner refues to .ap
preciate.the delicacy of a ret stewed
in castor oil and seasoned: with gat
lip a Chinaman thinks ifci is a Sffffi
ch'iit retort .vhen he answers,' "You
eat cheese, and sometimes when it
, I i. -r.. .1!. H W I I 1 1!
can iiiiiiun waiK. iUiuv is useu lit
tle., but woman's niilk is sold for the
sustenance of infants and superuu-
l i -: . . v ! . .i . 1
uemocraiic conspiracy in me senate
to jirevent honest tariff legislation,
has abdicted as a national deinocra
tic leader, lie never wiltrench a
highei-ofHcej. Heis today themosf
unpopular jolitician iux either pr:
ty." I :
THIN WATERY BLOOD.
"I had an attack of the grip and va
not able to 1 e a v e my room
fir four months. ! My -blood
became thin; and watery and
-fl had no annelite. I took Hood's
Sarfsaiarilla and now I am, able to
walk a good distance without feeling
the least tired. I have taken five bot
tles of 'HoQd's Sarsapnriila and it has
entirely cured me. It has also cured a
terrible cough with which I suflered."
Olaer Whiteside, Chimney Rock.N. C.
Hood's Tills cure i"udi?ession. ,
JOHJ, O..MENDERSOX. of tnwnn.
1?V Judge- 8th Judicial Districe,
BEXJ. F. LONG,'
x of Iredell.
For Solicitor-Sth Judicial Dist.,
EMER Y E. RAFEIi,
I want every man andoman in the tTni
ttd States' iiitcresred in Yhe Ojiinm and
hiskv h:hits to have one ofmv hooks on
ilicse .iiues. Addie H. WOOLLY,
Ail.mta. (Jii.. Box ;;so, and one wXl be seen
vx'-.i l'rcc. .
USES AND ENDORSES THE
'Cum when all eUa (a!If,
enroling Supr.-tco Cpntt.
j( VAj.rui ciakx. eocxTK jrimcs. Invited
j x . -v : - r 41.-
"J i TPe"fcre fourA th' r.leetKpoiii very rateable cp. T -r-
. orn? r'mr mhi- mii tsiv xik rlac with ltand Ob-
- T . I fin :- T ..V" MtVWI.TnilT.1 !
Tdrstrulyv WiLTtR Cuut. I : ou-Rtm avchue
rTirrK -rjrwn.nf irsn-iTirT afrir?x-i-trvrrr-w-w
- -. - , , - t t ;
1 ' - - '
i . 1ft.
: BOOK f
A IiAKuiAiN.' A complete newspaper
and Job Office out-fit for Sale at a
bargjin. For particulars, etcfaddrees
Jno. V. MrKonzie, SdishnVy, N. C,
SUFFER INC FROM
NEKVCiH 1'KOSTHATION DEBILITY AND
A postal oarJ wit h ymir address secures It.
Write now to NATIONAL sTi;;a AL INST,
l i AtKiiita. t.i., or V. o. u.jx ;i, Atlaatal
nuai'ed people, and old age conicsses
tu a peC'nliarnourishnieat: by the up-
porUitii'y of a few draws -from the
breast of a young mother.
Like the French, the Chinese
dishes consist of stews and fries
more than of hakes and roasts, and
assaltis a government nioiinpiv,
the dishes are usu;dlv seasoned wirti
onions. The nierts and vegetables
-:re hashed into niouthfuls and either
1 lie I A uir, ,(1 r -fl'lnl 111 f'llli e..i'l I ri 1 . t .
i. : : p it t ' o
LeaLnin-. 01 oniucianm on limini: : nH.rou-hcookin- with less fuel th.-n
.1 i T T i .... i
unu Hiliuirame, mid "is twciiiiria en -i ,j i r.,.l ;i !,..n .w Ui I. Ha- .M,',;i,i s. !,....i ,i.
v :i l'o I .i'.M' uin-'ic r?. C'dicL'f tuition
iBE. SOBT.I. SAMMY
Sat.lsbuiiy N. C.
"-Oili hours 0 a. m. to 5 p. m.
TV T C DUMP O
w 6 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
TOY, - - - NC-
. IT --s his profos-ionn! services to the people
)I Momg-oiiK-o ana acj ..inir.g- coiiiilUs.
Wrights Furniture Store
. To get Furniture for the multitude.
I; ivotliing like it everdeioresqen in balis
jufy. Bed Room and Parlor Suiks as
pretty and as cheap as Y$ ever jolle
!; ed on any market in the Stale.
You only, have to see . our line !of Ta
bles, Pining and Parlor Ghfiirs, Packers
K&c,, to be pleased. We also handle
1 Baby Carriages, Musical Instrtunei.ls
and in fact anything that you want
in this line and at prices that defy com
No room is complete .without nice
Pictures, We ha,ve
the handsomest Hop
Moulding that can
got.! th em-,
Of North Carolina
oullines, devotion of soul, and truth
fulness are in harmony both with
the law tirul the gospel. And, sas
Mr. Meado'-vs, no jwople, whether of
ancient or modern times, evr poss
essed a sue ml literature so complete
ly exempted as the Chinese from li
centious description, and from every
hein, moreover, indi-penahle foi
eating with chop si it ks the fork
and knife of n Chinaman,
To the readers of the News and
Ohserver the dyhes w'Oi?fd be no less
odd t j the taste than would be to
the ear the S'jund of the names of
oppro-nous expiession. There is UMl , Mlllli .p , ,
not a sentence in the whole of the 1. 1 k i 1. 1 1 , -P
itaifiu iiiiuj. iiau iiapfieiieii 11,
he won hi
111 com nig' to
extent 16 which thil is recoguiz -d in
ine ifgisiatloii alreai v skuhviI is fd.o
of its encour.igiug;;; and mlce--nii
feature;; biif itipixatious to reciipH
that while freeftiiabUnd iron ore haLJ
been denied us, ;j rtjceirt letter of the
Secretary of th ilfreasury discloses
the fact that both -might have been
made fiee by trie tnmi:,J surremW
of only about 0i00 of unnecls-s:o-y
re vein. 1 im sure thttt th.re
iSX'comniftn iiabit of 11 nder-estim.lt-mg
the im porta uceof tree raw -ten
. is m lariti lfgislation, and of fe
guHlmg thfm asfjfty ndattd to crin
ceisions to be mudW to oiir nianuflc-tui-ers.
The trdtiifs, their iufJueijce
,s ir reHchinthat if disregmM
...j,. iyuu upiwfitcieiit scnemetor
it 1 1
Liiinese sucieu b(oks that mav not
be read aloud in an family circle
The idolatry of China is not emana
ted of vice, and such is not the case
i 1 any other non-Christian country.
And in this connection it may be
considered if the moral code of Con
fucius, so long in force 111 China and
antedating the Christian code, hut
both teaching the same golden rule
of reciurocity as the paramount guide
of human conduct, may not be u
reason why "Christianity 4ias not
qiade as favorable progress in China
as in some other non-Christian coun
tries.- A somewhat similarity of
thought on moral lines is in Ore like
ly to run parallel than are opposing
lines of thought, the weaker doctrine
of the latter giving way to the soun
der and more enlightened, while ol
the former the intervening shades of
difference are so slight as to deny the
necessity for borrowing a ray.
But I do not mean to write vou a
letter on ethics, -and am reminded
that when llasselas was attracted 'by
philosophizing! (' of the teachers of
morality, his wise mentor, reminded
him that though they discoursed like
angels, they lived Jike men.
A few lines about Chinese economy
mr K . . ... , .... L ' . ! I "
when returning to their places ol
business, one morning, they were to
see extended, on Fayetteve street
the signs, of Tung Fat, fur nit tire
dealer; Hung Ching, tailor; Yung
Ma ; shoemaker; Hitn-Kee Kong &
Co., coal merchants-;-'' Tuck Teir.
photographer, and Chang Chom k
Co., who has just received new goods
for autumn wear. This will do.
The "air is full ot remorse of war be
tween China ant" Japan. All are
.(.(. it v.-.t: 0-;i r;i ST. 00 to $13 (t0a tnonth.
i lico.i!:s t i:t'-i!ilit-r (',. Adirei
it ii! VVi.i?!on. " ! ; j ic I Hill, X. (J.
This denartmen: is oninlete. V
1 " j. Y ".iiu;y
Caskets, Burial Robes7 Slipper, etcf
Hearse's furnished for city or country.
Embalming a Specials
See me before buying.
ill i f si
' 1 1 it.
6d Meal and Ws!
The 03rd Annua! Session begins Ron
tetnber 4i hvlSlU. UekMster for last vear
ment of Health, diameter and Intel- IT TS TTIF PTTFAPPT A VTi RPQT invrn
lect: ' Uuildingsihoroujrhly remodelled. "tlJ VvlllliAl Jl AMJ 15Lbi r JJd-'
and TtHt Graduate Department he-ides tAi 1LJV AAD fctihhl .
guayes, Conimercial and Industrial OttOll COU Aleal IS 41 llllll V COllCC II tnitfU It'(
tolUdleJ. II. CLEWELL, Principal ,vllieh Iias ,n0re feedino Value than three potun
aiem, y. Cjand it will bo found more economical to use tha
4 ami it iow tooks as though he wcKild --
lr&"y b eled to theSelLae;,--)
JNcv.o Ooerver. X
; Ihe Why flnd Wherefores
,,t.cic is, uo!iiiir -niarvpTniis
iinh-.,.l.-l.. -.I ' .
; inei K,t'ii eiirerpnse itjini
ingeu.iity,land ithe will 'on tftie
doors of freign; iulrkets to the e
enpt of -o6r- wahblaud. .give oppir
tutiitv for the;continuous and e
mu uerat ive empiovment of Amtlii-
ursaparilla shouhl ! . . .1, u mtemils chea-ppiieii ftv
rMlfA oy .r: . X . i t Iwn . 1 . i; ft- , t -
v-o many u1SeiiSes. When v,i X"
1110 Till P;irih(A Iu
; r O I L . T . I 11 I V ilLMI. UO;UL RMY I iX 1 1 I i J ' l-l, V.
C::SX' . Wf1 We un-e it sometimes occurs that' Dean
.....u..,,ici.4ieis i ue raw materials we
Stanly was not much out of the wav
The Chicago Herald is right when
"The people of the United States
have seen the end of protective
tariff legislation, Congress will
never pass another tariii bill increas
ing the duty on any :m a tin factored
product for the purpose of giving
pro'ection to the manufacturer.
"This future tariii legislation of
the United Staees will tend constant
ly toward lower schedules on a rev
enue basis. The new tariff act re
duces McKinley duties an average of
130 per. cent. The next lariti act
will reduce the new rate of duiies 20
per cent, or perhaps more.
"The trusts never will control
again, by main strength, nor by 1h-
o- lucmaiii, uui uy coirupuon, tne
action of either house of congress
, SH2 N02TH CAEOLIHA
Cafe of Airitalture M Ie-
, one fxiiiiK
- of corn rnt
1 anv of tkl
rious crain' feeds.
COTTON SEED HULLS take the place of My or-any ot
kind of long or rough feed, and has been proven
the practical tests ot thousands of feeders, to l.epvortli asnp
(pound for pound) as any of the fovagcrfeeds hi general u,A
as the cost of HULLS is Ies-th.an hav, and can, be Ad with
waste, it is far more economical to us than anv ;e"l n'fw in
And with each a good academic educa- and 'feed in connection with Cotton Seed Meal tbi-'hH
(ion. Eaeh course is broad and , ' J , J'
thorouSh, and the iusutution is now be ecjuaJied when costs and lencfits are consib .(l.j.;,
Vrite for prices and other info'matioL desired
Correspondence solicited by' ' - i " i
North Caolina Cotton Oil Gompra
I. J. DAyisf Manager, . CUini;
Cffars Three Tschrical Courses:
vrhe Course in Agriculture;
The Course in Science:
1 he Course in Mechanical and Civ
equipped tor e.xcelb ut work. Expenses
very moderate. Session opens Sep
For Catalogues, address
'- ALEX. Q. IIOLLIDAY, Pres.,
NO. MORE. EYE-GLASSES,
-. No Weak
on anv tariff bill "KZovcr in t It a C..
...1... 1 1 .1 n t ,t ' ,v.vi iu.mic iu-
"ten ue leuiariieti tunc ine world U.,, ..-"li
; ii id experienced the necessity of add-
member vhat a , uajority of the dis- Cst V? Hr product mntlb
lotn from tariff cliaris
orders "tfU is kd to" ,w corresj6in)ingly!
iniiuire or noisonous cnmii.i ..r ... . ! uPon jnstibe anrl
fairness to the e:!-
5ld, and that Hood; Sarpariha is i T,' ,1,at tljG
iuVtf..!iv yn -radidi h..i 55 ufacture. be oblid to submit I tr.
whole hinS is explained i !1 and modificatn
besides its!ood punfyiu.Quitipa he4;fi upon tfieir finished gofcds
Hood's SarsapriUa alicJuS' l the peopfe he
.best known Vegetable stomach tonLtf 1 1 e f nAA cost wf tlir
diuretics, kulnev W J?l Ch ST l ll?'MHifact4ire, and ihieR the coHsdni-
(.he sybtciu or That Ti
group of senators or
llOenibeiW of tlu linnia liara
, ,: , . ..vvv tmtt. .U(.-U-
IIIIT til MlU I UW ! f . 1 1 .1 ll . n nrnl . I 1 1
.... r- 41 uHu,e,fll lnist for (he reflation
commandment, to: run thus: "Ihou' lni- in a f,rii? !):41I(
snail not oe lounci out in br.eakin'
the other ten.1 r
lrencii cooks are said to be the,-
"The special representatives of
I protection in congress and el e .vhere
heU hng hsh and Germin the worst iThey will di.ppear as- PartV leadti.
Tliev are discredited in the parti-ai.
but American the inod -wasteful. In
the culinary art it is doubtful if a
Chinese cook can be surp;ussed either
as to skill or economy.
The Chinese are essentially an eco
politics of the country. They will
drop to the rear of tie march in"
"This is true of protjction sta?es-
homical people. The masses support men .and politicians in both n.rii..
life and grow fat on two cents a daydMcKitily will not be the republican
I meet the Changed Conditio
and when the crop prospect is un
favorable they practice economy and
ie tariS? to ; live on one and a half cents. A pea
candidate for president in 1S9G. He
will not 'be notably conspicuous in
j the campaign
ons, wcjuld.inthepotof a Chinese cook smells. J -Senator Gormak, the chief of tl
A Certatrt Sale and EHeclive ReraetJy for
SORE, WEAJCand INFLAMED EYES,
XirodHlnir Lona-Stfhtednesa, atul
Jt estortnv the Siyitt uf the olti.
Cures Tear Drops, Granulation, Stye
Tumors, ited Eyes, JIatted Eye Lashes,
A2fD PRODUCINtO QUICK RFLIEF
Also, dually fti-lcii! when aod in
hrt TnmorK, Salt Hliumfinr
SOLD BY ALL DP.CGGISTS AT 25 CENTS.
VITAL TO KANHOOD.
AX? BKAIX TREAT-
neath, rw.isture O'.l t y' mlse,7j aecay.
Edwin Cathrell Salis -,rj-, N.C.
SOLICITS Yf)UR PATRONAGE. N'pTHlXU
CLASS WORK TURNED OUT FROM THIS OF KICK.
JIVE OS-1 T
Monlaili-rn TI.,.l 'Cl lird'rV tiling il tJ
ni v unoilieil l, HCilU-OlUlirn nui . "-'j n .'.1 anu.i
line, and at-the very lowest prices constant with Icst nia 1 ,jn
mansbin Ro oirn'tn r o t.o-u noil er writp for prices betort- U ,
- - .- V. V. ,. (k ' I . CVl
where. Large variety on hand tier select from, oalisia m-"
t isher Street, next to Stand Pipe