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"77lh7KI KVKKY THUKSIAY,
j;y MAUIOX BUTLER,
Will it iay you Co ttdvertise
in Ut Caucasus ?
Ik at our advrtisirus coL
urart!-, and you will how
inany ar prufitimr by it.
K.liior iiivl Proprietor.
show tins Taper to your neigh
t,0'r and artvi.se him to uub-
subscription l"lc $l.0 r
Year, in Advance.
Lktks KOo ub(crilr in
lass ; to-day.
CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
i. -j k - a. J. :
, lm .. . ... .mill ITT Iff " "' '
Pure Domooroy mzxcI "wlxlto Supromaor-
Till: EDITOR'S CHAIR.
now THINGS LOOK FROM
OUR STAND POINT.
Tho Opinion of The Caucasian and
the Opinion of others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
Let it bo borne in mind that
sw tho volume of money is do
casing the value of every dol
lar is increasi uv in corresponding
ratio; property is failing in val
ue and debts growing harder to
meet. For a quarter of a cen
tdry this proooss has been stead
ily going forward until the great
hulk of all values have passed
into the hands of those who con
trol the money of the people.
cotton seei oil 3111.
A few weeks since we advised
our farmers to exchange their
cotton seed with some oil mills
for meal for fertilizer. This
could bo very much facilitated
and another paying industry
started in this town if our bus!
mss men would follow the ex
ample of Laurinburg. A cor
respondent of the Messenger
"(Inintulist oi l-iiiurtnuurg aim
community will havo completed ami
in operation ly the lt of September
ii v.irv Hnj cotton seed oil mill. The
mill proper is 40W) feet and the
scd house is 100x40 feet. Mr. A
K. i;iz;ll is president and Mr. II
Mi M. by tch is secretary. The com
panv has four first-class cleaners and
linters. Those lintors, it ' is said
will L'atlicr 20 pounds of cotton from
oik- ton of seed. The huller, it is
chimed, will hull 30 tons of sect
per day. The boiler ami engine are
of the Talbot A Hon manufacture,
Richmond, Va., and is 100 horse
We ought to havo such a mill
herr We believe the various
Alliances of the county would
take liberal stock in it.
"WIS MUST BKOAOEN OUT."
OFFICERS OF THE F. fc
It. R. ELECTED FAIR
GROUNDS BEING REPAIRED.
Negro Emigration Bureau Fayette-
vine s New Postmaster.
hlmielf for not supporting it?
Iear what the Nestor of the
press says :
"The longer we live and the
more observation we have the
more convinced we are mat a
no me tai'ku is worth a dozen
foreign papers papers publish
ed in other States although
they bo furnished at fifty cents
a year and are large enough to
cover a double-bed of the old
"W have this to say to the
public : We care not if you get
a New York. Atlanta or Louis
ville paper at ten cents a year
you cannot -do without North
. . -W 1 T A 1 y- A
"Wipe out tne iou, more or
less, papers published in North
Carolina now, ana let our peo
ple look to New York and other
cities for their reading and you
will be poor indeed. We verily
believe that in live years every
interest would languish. We
verily believe that in five years
pride oi oiate would become a
thing of the past, and historic
memories and the glories that " . annaratus will -ost lad that lie is not to re
fdiiit.ftrfl.rnnndthn!vmnof N.-rt,i labium apparatus Will -Oslp .;xi,
I J leg. Cor. Caucasian.
Favkttkville, N. C, I
Sept. 9th, 1889. J
The Kings Daughters gave a
delightful Japanese entertain
ment at the Y M. C. A. rooms
Friday night, a very large crowd
was present. Japanese curiosi
ties were on exhibition, and ice
cream and other refreshments
were freely dispensed to all. A
contribution box was provided
and everybody was expected to
drop some silver in. The
a . a - Am V
a uounty tamgrauon uureau
ami. are talking of goimr to Ar
kansas and other States. North
Carolina would be infinitely
better off if two hundred thou-
- . x. i a
ana oi tnera woutu iro. 't
will never get intelligent set
tlers from other States in large
numbers as long as the ignorant
and shiftless negro is here. In
telligent farmers will hi.rdly
try to carry on scientific farm
ing with ignorant labor, and
white labor ia not coming here
to compete with them. We do
not wish the darkey any harm,
but sav let him sro, hoping that
fortune will smile upon him
. -m -a a
nearer Ms natural nome, tne
A refreshing rain fell on bat-
nrdav afternoon. The dust m
the streets was very disagreea
The Government work on the
Cape Fear river, between here
and Wilmington, will have to
- j i
mnii,ai- stop in a few weeks until
10.00, which is for the gyinua- other appropriation is available.
r" 1 1 1 1 1 1 IlilllJ. UL LUW 1. Jl. Vv. V. I -
The apparatus has been ordered.
iher6 and has two clerks. He
The new building for the gym- !" made many friends who are
A recent editorial in tho Dur
ham Globe shows that the alert
editor of that paper is on the
right track and is trying to pull
his town into line. He recog-
nizos the fact that tne town or
conirnnnitv that prospers and
keeps abreast with the busy,
bustling and enterprising age
that is now upon U3, must look
to developing its interests, start
ing small manufacturing es:ab
lishments ' and making every
point in our domestic & political
economy tell. The Globe says :
"It does not requiro the wisdom
of a Solomon to realize the fact that
if Durham is to move forward to
that grand destiny which the most
hopeful of hor citizens believe to bo
await ing her, she has got to get out
of the groove and diversify her in
terests. "It is the wish of The Globe to
speak frankly, believing that all rea
sonable people will appreciate the
truth of the remark that 'he is a
friend, indeed, who tells thee of thy
"The visitor or new comer who
walks down Main street or any other
husinest thoroughfare of thi3 city
on any of these bright mornings is
impressed with the number ot mer
chants, who, for alack of sufficiency
of patronage sit at their doors whit
tlinga stick, reading a paper or talk
ing to some one equally as unengag
Will this not apply to Clinton
and to nearly every town m
Eastern Carolina ? As we have
Carolina would fade into noth
ingness and the traditions and
ancestral faiths would become a
by-word and a reproach, or be
cherished only by afewfaithful
souls who lived among their
books or recalled the crucical
days when brave hearts stood
up for right and imperiled all
tor altars and firesides
"You cannot do without your
true, faithful, unfaltering, hon
est, wide awake home paper. You
will lose all that buoys and en
livens and stirs the heart as a
trumpet if you cease to sustain
home papers. Do not wander
off after false iod and false
lights. There is scarcely a
sound Democratic paper in New
"We say to you again, people
of North Carolina, sustain well
your own faithful papers. They
are your friends, and ihey only
They are your sentinels and they
only are your proper defenders.
"Let every man who is able to
do so subscribe to his
will do you good- Help to make
How can the people of this
seciionhelp to make The Cau
Alfred McKethan, of this
54-tr nci3."n t!nnflaaT,nlltr Ilia
first examination for a cadet- "Yr vc !r, ?, ' I
nf nn.nni v n f Ti gation possiDie an me year, vy
move, as the next appropriation
will soon be available. The
work done has improved the
Bagley of Raleigh also passed
lioth stood high. Allied re
ceived his education in the
Favetteville Graded School. He
is a bright boy, and will make
a fino record in the navy.
The permanent organization
of the Fayetteville and Alber
marie railway was effected last
Wednesday by the election of
the following officers: John
Blue, Br. J. W. McNeill, Hon
Thos. II. Sutton, A. A. Mc
Kethau, Jr., J. Milton Hagy, A.
B. Williams and N. S. Blue.
The directors elected the fol-
putting in jetties, thus deepen
ing the channel. Rock is oD
tained at a auarry three miles
up the river.
One of the leading merchants
told us that there was more bu
siness done in Fayetteville dur
intr the cotton year Just closed
than any year since the war
The wholesale merchants ship
a irreat many goods up and
down the railroads. One firm
keeps four drays busy all the
time. The trade area is extend
ing every year. One drummer
of one of our dry goods houses
lowing office-s, President, John svs ne soia wnriy-uve mhjumuiu
OUR FARMERS' COLUMN.
TO THOSE WHO TILL
There U bo material progr that in well
Litsrd and lx-rmanent without agricultural
fiSo many agricultural pa
pers are published and articles
written by men, who have little
or no practical experience as
armers, that information and
suggestions through such medi
ums have fallen into disrepute,
ari does but little good. In
vie of this fact, we wish to get
the views and tested plans of
practical farmers forth is column
each week. So farmers, send in
an account of your success in
any branch of Agriculture, for
the benefit of the prof ession.ta
Mr. Rufus F. Herring, one of
our live iariners, wno soia iue
fhwt bale of cotton in Clinton
last year, has sustained his re
cord bv selliug the first bale
this year to Mr William A
Johnson last Friday, the Gth
It graded middling and brough
10 cents a pound, weighing 482
The Winston Sentinel hays:-
The Georgia Farmers' Alliance
has resolved not to sell a pound
of cotton for less than 12 J cents.
If they -ran just get the whole
South to join hands there 11 be
money in fanning.
riven at this price farmers
could not raise cotton with
which to buy home supplies.
Let the price of cotton bo what it
may, the good farmer is the one
who first raises a sufficiency of
home supplies, viz ; corn, meat,
molasses, hay, fodder, peas, etc.,
and some to supply hts neigh
bors, before planting the so-call
ed ' taoney crop, for cotton is
anvthinir but a money crop. The
application of this logic is, we
think, the only salvation for the
farmeis of this State.
Muscle aid Brail Bath.
The American Farmer says :
The time has passed for farm
ers to depend on muscle and
hard labor alone. They must
use their brains as well as hands
They must da more thinking
and planning if they desire to
receive the best result. The
lawyer studies law. The doctor
medicine. The merchant must
study commerce, the laws o
supply and demand, and the
banker must acauaint nimseu
with the principles and details
Save the Hay. Qf finances. Just so the farmer
Capt. C. Partrick tells us that must study farming. The expe-
hehas saved 39,000 pounds of riments of last year-in crop
i oma Ua 0nn.0(i nr raising and breeding must be
grass but simply cut the crab
THE FAIR A CERTAINTY.
THE SAMPSON Atilt! CULTU
RAL SOCIETY ORGANIZED
UNDER A CHARTER AS
OUIt YOUKU FOLKH.
l8outrthlii interfiling to Youug
Header of The CViic" tu
rPrrirtl rack wr by W. A. Jmvo.
to w h-ui ail cumuuitK'aitoM it-tc. lot
tat column lxuld to addrroMsJ.)
THE TIME FIXED AT THE 4TII,5tH,
ASP 6TH OF DECEMBER XEXT.
Abwut the year 1850, a num-
of the leading cltitensnf Samp
son joined themselves together
in a society, forming what is
known as the Sampson County
Agricultural Association. Each
of these persons contributed
920.00 and was. known as a life
member. Anuual members
were received upou payment of
$200. This Society conducted
annual fairs with great success
till suspended in 1861
MOW TO MAKE IT.
Two link o bo roulda't ajrr'
rrr h ing a tin, aa rrv "mad at could
Tb y Kiukfd at rat h oUirr in .tlrm awalW,
Till a Uilil u f lad tbniicut inaur one tl tb la
Said Uf, jrou iml vrry luad, arr jrott,
"Wrll. s" aald tkr Ur, "HOT et, mPe
you, Jiswtr r
"Then, irt u make up." lltU JpwiI tuf.
d ; i
Wrll, you to the ne v lnia, r
Rut that didn't uit. N lb tit llovrrd
XUit Ui- tualUiid dUpuUat wrr claim
iuK Uirtr will.
Whi n, what do you Utlak brought at laat
aunnr weather ?
Juttll tht-y agnd tolgln bolltHfvU'r.
A Bay i Capitia "Claali."
"Clumbus was & man who
could make an egg stand on end
tvltliAiif Iti-naVlnir t The kltli?
by the of Spain said to Columbus: 'Can
direful exigencies of civil war. yon discover America?' 'Ye,'
In 1869 the Society was re-organ- said Clumbus, 't you will give
ized and held ita first fair after me a ship.' 8o he got a. ship,
lt . -.i 0 and sailed over the sea In the
the war December oth -8 h, directlou whero he thoUKUl
1870. Large and successful fairs America ought to be found. The
were held by the Society annual- sailors quarreled, and said they
ly for fourteen years. During believed there was no such place
this period the Sampson faira But after many diys the pilot
. , came to him and said 'Clumbus;
became famous not only over r gee land .Then,that Is Amer
NTorth Carolina, but even in icj, ciambus. When tho
remembered and put to practi- other States. One of the secrets ship got near, the land was full
en.1 use this vear. Not only his of the success of these fairs of black men. Columbia said,
grass that grew up where he had nrtrn ovnArAn(,ft hnt that of his L,- i.f intmni Mis this America?' 'Yes, it Is,'
wheat andrice. He would have co.iaborers should , be his to Lndintell iirence infused into the d IJi6
saved even more if the ground profit by. arming is a scienne, rtnftVhr thft L1'J.-V:u, ".xTr.'
"iou are rigui, eam uc. iuw
the chief turned to his men, and
said : 'There is no help for it; we
are discovered at last.'"
will break up his land (in low cultural papers, read in their
casiax better? First, by help- that
lug us to secure a subscription
list large enough to justify us,
not only to continue to run the
paper up to the present stand
ard, but also to make it better.
Blue, Vice President, N. W. j
Ray, secretary Z. W. Whitehead,
Treasurer A. A. McKethan, Jr.
Mr. 1. (jr. MclJuiiie, surveyor
made an interesting report. !
completion of this road to
Albennarle would be of vast
beuftfit to this city, opening up
a new country ncn m resources,
a glance at a map will show
I - " 1 RlfrirulLlirC OI Lllti COUILLV UV LilC
had been properly prepared. He ana lere are many " . mmUmet th. i.ta-
. , . tO lCitlll ill it Jfrit, cj,iii v -o-
says that it has paid him as well , h fint wav to learu tli0se tv ThGe lnollthlv meetings
as any crop he has planted. He Ulings is by study Take agri- wer devoted to the discussions
of the inxwt improved methods
and advanced ideas in every
branch of agriculture. Such we
hope will be the case again, foi
it would give The Caucasian
great pleasure to report 'the
wet places) next spring, manure,
harrow and roll it, and make a
fine crop. He has spent $400,
for Northern hay to feed his
columns the experiences and oh
servations of others and avail
yourself of the many useful
hints and suggestions.
We have an article on "'Agri
cultural Education" in another
i column, to which we ca n appro- ideas and plans advanced in such render?
dollars worth of goods himself,
besides there was another drum
mer on the road fcr the same
If -5a nt l-nnwn dYflC.flv wbftn
n ii rr i t. n ; cfAclr hia vflor n.nfl savs tnal 118
trxn i tv,n.-nnn on me rosia leieCTaDu Loiuuauy
JaVOHDVJIIC, W'CU "u .,, . t m"j !!. m -rio
Philadelnhia capitalists are will open us omee nere. vtuiiH win never uu bu o,Saw..
I i l 1 I . i j t
countv "w,u iliiu Duuawxuflx - -- si aViM.itL fiiot. fiio -wfflolr . 7 . . a Uriatfllv call vout special and meetings to our
T't many thousands oi dollars. 2rZ mm aim0Sl nommHr:" .,i n week through the -'Farmers'
i i a. i;iiL wiiiuiuiL v jl u A7 a. uuivi wi -- iTrT" 11a ui iru 111 111 11 i iiiiii i,i.ir i '
There is said to be a good deal $1.00 per hundred for it.
of sickness through the country. There is enough hay now in
Malarial fever is the trouble. In te fields of this county to feed
town there is very little sick- n n, in U. next vear if
r tJJ ""'",'u,v
ness uiauywuu. .QQ nnt to nv n Made of
a r tv i i in jm j .v v w '
Same UarMioas for Oar Yaaag Krif ai
1. How many miles around
the earth ?
2. Where is Washington's
3. When did General Lee cur
ing the above.
will run from hero
through western Cumberland,
Moore, Montgomery (without
a railroad) and Stanly (also
without a railroad) counties,
parallel with, and about mid
wav between the North Caro-
Colanm." The last Fair held
by the ante-bellum Society was
. On last Saturday, the 7th in-
Rocond. bv aiding us to get and Una and Carolina
xi roads, neither of
I III I II IV II I H I MVl N. r- II M WV "llfl. nri I -
J' V4Mlk' -a V S a w A A. --- - JJ" X
is not a newspaper without the
news. We get all the news we
possibly can out of the county,
but our subscribers in the coun
ty must furnish us with the
township news or else we can
not tret it. Let every man who
has an item, or knows apiece of
news, send it to us immediately,
don't wait until it is a week or
two old. Thirdly, by helping
us to inform the other farmers
of any plan which you have
tried successfully. In this way
we can make our F urmer'e Col
umn a medium of communica
tion and a useful source or in
formation and profit to the pro
fession. Who will write us a
communication for this column
first ? Next let the children
write for the "Children's ( Jor-
ner"and the ladies for '.'Woman's
If our people will all just help
us in this (ay. then The Cau
nointed. bv President Harrison, fodder. i,et us save u, uol ioi
nhstmastfir for this citv. last market, but lor our SIOCK. i-ei
Thursday, vice J. B. Smith re
casian will be without a
said once before, let those who in its province in North CarcdL
... ... .i. I l :
whittling sticks, waiting ior na luuniaiiaiu.
customers,, take the same capital
that is in their stores and pat
it ii to small manufacturing es
tablishments, such as a canning Washington, D. C, Sept. 8. -
fartnrv. soan factory, starch mi''-J x-av.0
j 4 m 0
fnj.toiv. cntlon aeod oil mill or
the country through which the
new road will run.
We have seen the plans for
the new passenger depot of the
Yadkin Valley road in this city.
It will be a beautiful structure
and an ornament to the city,
surpassing anything of the kind
in the State. Work is going on
at an active rate.
Mr. and Mrs.R.Eryan Grininan
of Japan are visiting here. They
have been for a month visiting
Mr. Grinuan's relatives in vir
ginia. Mrs. unnuan and miss
Arleua Beete, and her many
friends are delighted to see her
after an absence of eleven years
in the missionary work of far
away Japan. They will return
shortly to Japan.
Mr. II. L. Fry has been elect
ed chief engineer of the C. F. &
Y. V. Railway. He and his
brother Mr. J. W. Fry, General
Superintendent are thorough
railroad menand genial gentlemen.
One of the chief features of
the approaching centennial will
be the Grand Centenmal Ball in
honor of Miss Winnie Davis,
"the daughter , of the confede
racy." The centennial German
Club has been organized, aad a
hall will bo provided that will
hold several thousand people.
The Fair Grounds are being
put in good shape. Among the
improvements is a errand staud
THE YANKEE VS. THE NEGRO.
"The Atlanta Journal remarks
that while negro immigrants
from the border States are invi
ted to go to the South-west, no
invitation comes to these lmtni-
US Keep more Siocit auu raise
more manure. This is the only
way to permanently improve
Agricultural Fairs Their Educational
Dr. R. G. filzev. writing to the
K.nni F-ronnmist. claims that stant, the Society was re-organ
tho rf fairs rin n errant Ud as a corporate body under
cycu vuu v " m
deal of good. We give part of
his article below :
4. Who was the author of
6. How many words are there
in the Bible?
6. In how many lauguagos has
the Bible been printed?
Make Compost of Them.
the charter granted by the Leg
islature of 1875.
The following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
President Henry E. Faison ;
Vice-President Col. L. A. Pow-
The season of agricultural
fairs is at hand, and it is to be
hoped these displays will be so
managed as to present their ob-
iect-lessons in the most instruc- eii. Recording Secretary II. B.
A Caucasian reporter who at- tive manner before the public chasuutt; Corresponding Secre-
tended the sale in Turkey town- eye. a P" -"- tary-Marion Butler ; Treasur-
.... , , . lever seen txicxc ncio uuuui-1 - .
ship last wees says tnat Mr. onv who found precise! erAbram Hobbs.
Wm. A. Faison has several large bt tliev wanted to see, and The President appointed the
Aaimrrs to 0.nentiouH aad Kaigwa la
6. The Great Eastern.
Enigma No. 19 Free trade
and sailor's rights.
Enigma No. 20 Olivor Wen
Enigma No. 21 Chicago.
grants from any Northern State.
It might still further remark compost heaps, which consists took home with them valuable f0n0 wing for Executive Com
rZr rm:;r. cf nothing less than the body informapon ior luture appuca- miUej . L A Powftll gen-
a r J U a a VlUaVi vj tm. v -a,-v v t uuM-rn, v
ed up there."
The Jonesboro Leader, edited
by a native "yankee," who has
cast his lot among us
of acoworhorse which has died, tion taA? ator E. W. Kerr, Lx-Sheriff Jno.
t work and explained A.Oates, Everett Teterson, Capt.
This is a good idea, for such a
(by A YOUSO MISS.)
Am composed of sixteen let
ters. My 12. 2,8, 14 is orderly.
x i COO tn . . 3 r t t5. iit tr ni.f,. u, o, i, , io wiu.
uumpuai. ueojti io ui,u to some inquirer wno anerwarus v . l.. j aiaon. , xv. nnium, u. i My i 6 3 4 1, 2 is the name
any farm if properly managed, adopted it, saving both money n. Nicholson and Rep. Wm. E. nf a boV ' ' ' ' "
, uj un h nonns snonta noi De near ami laoui uv mo m " staiwns i mv ii. hi. ift. v la anmAtiiinir tii
his New England pluck and en- th dwelling and be enclosed by department alone the writer, niMItion as to holding a wear.
i - i inn 1 1- o rronrinn m i n w i ... .t
tnr; i,3QOafaMiaiioi nn' ana.n. fncft to nrevent dosTS from . . xix x fotr this fall cam ft nn unon the My 14, u, 1-, io, ii,i8aiawn
,viFl.uu 0vB.v..vuuUuu - - - SUDieCT, oeiieves mm a. uiunu -Mr-- trama
tained a first-class paper says: Bumwauuis " useful and important eaucauou- reacting ul a buuwhihiuu My9, 14, 8 4 is a heavenly
No! as a rule we don't believe cniuposi is useu iue uuuea ui al worK nas Deeu uoue. iu signed oy many oi me leauiug DOdy.
... . . l J i . a ll naknavii w I nr T llu iiii Wl If I I ll I ll III I A a . I a. u. .
they are, or that it would De wen for tne animal suomu ue uitreiuiijr wauci Cmzen3 0I uie communiiy oner
them to make the .North the c-Djec- gaved piaCrd in a trench and 01 improvea ureeusui iive-B, . donate 200, to be used in
tive point for an "exodus." They 1 ... the agency of the fairs has been - . . t I, , '
might get worts at nrst, going a iew vo. " - -
at a time, but it is only the very best them to be used in another coin-
of them who would keep his job and
factor. In the depart-
such negroes are appreciated, want
ed and kept m the south, and know
enough to stay here. Why couldn't
they keep their jonr necauae too
mdny of them won't work faithful
ly unless under the eye of the boss,
for one thing; because, as was shown
in hundreds of cases in the --exodus"
last fall, they can't be depended on
as a class to keep their agreements
repairing tne r-air "jrounaprop-
. . -1 J : I ir If Ilia XrwiatV UTi 1 1 fM 51.
ment oi nouseuoiu eouuuuuca civji I"' ...
also progress has been greatly fair this year. It was decided
hftlnfid. There is no doubt that i.ll - f.f p hv a. mnlnritv nf
Hog Fever. nirallifA has been rendered more L i i.
V vrtvLt manvof the hogs Of "..i . xi, i . vot-B, wubiouu hu
' o " - " l SlinceHSiUl miu a,n.iu.vnvc! m a. m . , , .
this county are suffering and dy,great variety of ways. Thefast- faison, wno votea m me nega
ing with a kind of fever. Bumps horse business has not by any tive, moved that th resolution
come over the skin of the hog manner of means been the big be made unanimous and that we
TIjq end oi tne snow to tne iiiouguu- resolve t go to work wiui a
lul ana tne wise, it is io ue hc.m a hi and
and it has a high fever.
as a Class iu js.u-;m men ojicciutun!, - . i I iui uuu vuv, ww. w " v
. i r- Tk'n,- n- .,r.iri 1 "rfiirniar hou' cholera treatment n i.x v
?nu -"""IS" " t x gry-i"--: successful fair. The motion was
have, them on
rwtmr nnd Alfred McKethan capaoie oi sealing nve tnousana
have entered the naval academy people, lhe hi e worKs during
his place after one
He isn't used to
them and their ways nor are they to
him and his. The South has always
had them, knows them and their pe
culiarities, can and does get along
with them a3 laborers, and the boutn
is the place tor them. They are bet
ter off here every way.
Brother Eaker knows whereof
even a cotton factory, ana they -g percentages. Worth the centennial will probably
lnno-r be idle, and in Uni lWflT rficelved the second take place on these grounds.
addition they would then be highest average, am-mg seventy The Durham Globe is advocat- Q speaks and we accept him as
..a! tn nfH.cturers. vroducino candidates examined, his mirk ing the ; tenaton of the lrhi authority on this point.
i- ann liViiuiiourj: roa,u iu iuis
rua.1 maui(.vvu it . : ,
wealth, giving employment
others, which in turn would of
fcr a market for home produce.
If this is not so, let some one
shnw to the contrary, and if it
is so, then let us get at it.
TIME FOB SATAN AT CAMP-
city. It was the original in
tention to come here, and we
hope the officials have not
changed their minds. The With Boss Mahone preaching
Globe set forth in a forcible the doctrine of "purity in eiec
There are many solid chunks
of wisdom and good horse sense
in an article written by the tal
ented and versatile Dr. Kings
bury, of the Wilmington Messen
ger. The tonic paper, who can
estimate its value? Where is
the good citizen who can exeme
f red McKethau was not far be
hind him as his average was
3.10. These were two of the sev
en teen who paed on the first
ovfl-minsitinn imich t.n North Car
olina's credit. Thirty were re- article the reasons why it should tions" we may expect to hear a
examined. Whitted.of Brower It would connect with several scathing rebuKe ot sin irora oa
district., will nrobablv nass the roads and with the river to ii- tan at some approaching- camp-
ft L'minpton flfiviiia? the benefits of I meeting. It was Mahone who
g UwCayUl A4 ltWVfc. anuiivigi juv j - ' " i I - n .
PntroftAvHlA bits reason to he outlets in every direction. introduced nuiiaozmg, vote-Duy-
i -,, , -. i. 'jr . x : n v.o.
It wouia not oe surprising xx ling, returu-i.urgiMg uuu ou wxo
there should be elected this iniauities in elections which be
week an outsider as superinten- now has the monumental impu-
dnea them no good. Mr. J.R.
"Rrfilalin w. of fliddeiiaville. savs arran rftd with a view to their enthusiastically adopted.
that when they have this fever, educational value. The value Upon the adjournment of the
tboy should have but little lo of that sort of education which Society, the President, as ex
pat n.nd no com Give them a the wisestn1a wost exrenenced ffi h cliairinan o the Board of
eat, and no corn, wve mem a always obtain by contact with . - ..
few potatoes and cooked food. fellows, u not unceresti- Directors, called that body to-
Hesays that he has found qui- mated; the value of pleasure as gether. They decided that the
nine as effectual with them as pleasure is not underestimated, date for holding the fair be
S-i A Aie.-rraittnn llOTa 1 Tl . TV 1 4.1. r. . - A Hit.
with a person when suffering mw mWeuiuiw).Jmauuku.
Mr. Brad- axupe ,!xf"lc ; D- Menoleon, Esq., was
unanimously elected Chief Marshal.
with malarial fever.
My 3, 10, 11, 15 p-trtof the
My 5, 8, 9 is uefnl in our
My 13, 8, 9 is very inflamma
ble. My 7, 8, 4 is not peace.
My whole the name of a great
and good man.
. x. a.
. My first is in hog but not in
My second in wool, but not In
Mv third in lady but not in
My fourth iu platter but not
My fifth is iu Maude, but
not in Joe.
My nfxth is iu friend but m.t
My seventh is in wind but uol
My whole a country very well
proud of thsir young represen
tatives. WiL Messenger.
Mr. McKethan is the repre
sentative for this district and
mm m IS A
was one or several applicants i5pve
examined some time ago at War- Carolinian will be chosen as
nc. We congratulate our is proper.
young friend from Cumberland. I' The negroes have organized
dent of the Insane Asylum. That dence to stand up and condemn.
seems to be the rage. We be- The only true word which the
however that a North little pirate said was that these
schemes "must sooner or later
return to plague the. inventors."
pound of meat for his use, has
several years sold as much as
fifty barrels of corn.
to censure the merely
attractive feature of the fair.
shaw is an old man sixty-six r.j,te monev is the one thing
vears old. has raised a large f am- needful fo holding the fair at
ilv of eight children, is a good all. Only make the displays A building and repairing com-
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farmer and has never bought a more ouuacuy wu - inutee, couaisuug kax. 14. a.
tneir eauciuouai vatue. Powell, Sheriff John AJ Oates,
While it is not the best oUn d President H. ET Faison,were
to keep the hogs confined, yet appointed and agreed to proceed
sometimes it is unavoidable, with the necessary work on tho
The farmer who uses his When this is the case it is neces- next Monday morning.
hrains as well as his muscie in 1 sarv to see tuat mtivwc ww vt Thnn. 1,0 ion, .
his daily work will succeed, if supplied with green feed. When , . mtAfklnt,
such a thing is possible in these they can be had without too appointed for the next meeting
days of low prices and limited much expense,ground oats is one of the Board, at which time a
market. He should understand of the very best feeds lor young Premium List will be prepared.
how to do everything on the growing pigs, as they contain
farm and if he entrust? his the elements necessary for the I No farmer can get to the head The Western corn crop is re-
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work to help, this knowledge is j proper, development 01 wue 1 01 me procession uy ua.ugxur 10 1 porieu to do aDout tnree wee KB
especially needful. - ' and muscle. . v ' the tail of a scrub cow. 1 late when compared with 1888.
We have received answers from
Alice Johnson, Keyser, N. C
Jennie Bronuwn, Lisbon,
Mu.iel Richardson, Clinton.
Warren S. Johnson, "
Nora Parker, Lisbon, N C
Lula Parker, u
Maggie J. Fields, Clinton.
Lewis Holland, Iluntley, N.CL
Willie J. Draughon, Clinton. -Eula