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I'UHMHl'Kli KVKl'.V THURSDAY,
t MAUIOX UITLEK,
i .'i .r and Proprietor.
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t.or and advise him to sub
scribe. Xiaxe Somoornoy nud XVlxito BuproniAox-
CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, -1890.
Subscription Frlco $!. per
Year, in Advance.
U li ALLEN,
(Joldsboro, X. C.
V. ill praotici; in Kaninin county.
M. LEE, M. I).
I'uysk'IanvSduoeon' and Dkxtist,
OtVicc in Lee'a Drugstore. jo 7-1 yr
I A . STEVENS, M.T).
t) . PHYSICIAN AND SUKOF.ON,
((Mice over Post Ofncv.)
loTMay be found at night at the
riiilcncf of J. II. Stevens on College
Street. jo 7-l.vr
I I E. FAISON,
Arroi:xKY axi Cocnskm.-
Onice on Main Street,
will ir.i'tiee in courts of Hum won and
u,i1.itifi"i,yuntie. Also in Supreme
rt All business intrusted to his
care will receive prompt and careful
at tent ion. jo71yr
UT S. THOMSON'.
ArronxEY and Counski.l
on at Law.
Offlce over Post Office.
Will practice in Sampson and ad-
minim? counties. Ever attentive
:ui1 faithful to tlit in tenets of all
11 W. KERR.
01: at Law.
Oflice on Wall Street.
Will practice in Sampson, lihulen,
IVmler, Harnett and Duplin Coun
ties. Also in Supreme Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
given to all lejsal business, ie 7-lyr
17111 ANK BOYETTE, D.D.S.
(HUce on Main Street. 'SSS
Odors liis services to the ieople of
Clinton and vicinity. Everything
in the line of Dentistry done in the
best style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
lar.My terms are strictly cash.
Don't ask me to vary from this rule.
je 7- lyr
Deafness Can't lie Cured
by local application, us they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the
car. There is only one way to cure
Deafness, and that is by constitution
al remedies. Deafness is caused by
an inllamed condition of the mucus
lining of the Eustachian Tube.
When this tube gets inflamed you
have a rumbling sound or imperfect
hearing, and when it is entirely clos
ed Deafness is the result, and unless
the inflammation ean he taken out
anil this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine caes out of ten are
caused by Catarrh, w hich is l.othing
but an inflamed condition of the mu
We will give One Huivired Dol
lars for any case of Deafness (caused
bv Catarrh) that we can not cure by
taking Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send
for circulars, free.
- m- m-
IT ISA NOUN.
But it is Hard to Decline.
" W-. i but a common noun." erietl Sue!
Yci. very common." artlessly eried l.ou;
Yt t. if 'tin common, it is proper, too!'
Cried Mamie -a twinkle in her eyes of blue.
It can't be luitli!' said MaMc, much per
plexed; And so they argued out the iUition vexed.
T one thinjr each at last made up her mind;
A ki-s was -oini tliiiiif hard to lie declined.
. m9 -s
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Kev. F. M. Slioat. Pastor United
llrethren Church. Blue Mound, Kan.,
wvs: "I feci it mv dutv to tell the what
wonders Dr. Kintr's New Discovery has
done for me. Mv luii"s were badlv dis
eased, and my parishioners thought I
could live only a few weeks. 1 took
live bottles ot Dr. King's New D'ncovcrv
and am now sound and well, caininjr 20
pounds in weight."
Arthur Love. Manager Loves Funny
rolks Combination, writes: "Atter a
thorough trial and convincing evidence
I am confident Dr. Kiniv8 New Discov
ery for Consumption, beats ""em all,
and cures when everything else fails.
The greatest kindness lean do my many
thousand triends is to ure them t try
it." Free trial bottles at 11. II. Ilolli
day's Drug Store. Regular size 50 cts
FOR OUR MERCHANTS.
O merchant, iu thine hours of E E E,
If on this pa ht you should C C C.
Take our advice, and now be Y Y Y,
C10 straightway out and advert III.
You'll find the project of some I V V.
Neitleet can otter no ex J Q t.
1'f wise at once, prolong your d A .V A.
A silent business soon d K K K.
Now, Give Attention !
To the purification of your blood. fr at
no season is the body so susceptible to
the benefits to Ikj derived from a good
wedkiue, as iu March, April and May.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the people's favcr
ite spring medicine. It stands unequal
led for purifying the blood, ruring scrof
ula, salt rheum, etc.. regulating the kid
nevs aud liver, repairing nerve tissues.
strengthening and invigorating the whole
body, as well as checking the progress of
acute and chronic disease, and restoring
the a fll'ictcd parts to a natural, healthy
condition. If you have never tried C. I.
Hood&Co's Sarsaparilla for your "spring
niedijine.'' do so this season.
Keep doing, always doing. Wish
ing, dreaming, intending, mourning,
talkins, sighins and pininsr are idle
and profitless employments.
"How to Cure all SVin Diseases."
Simply apply "Swayne's Ointment."
- Xo internal medicine required. Cures
tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on the
face, hands, nose, &c. leaving the skin
clear, white and healthy. Its great heal
ing and curi live powers are possessed
by no other remedy. Ask voiir drug
gist for wayne's Ointment.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Cure Indigestion, Biliousness, Dytpepdo. Mals
rik. Nc rrousna, and Gentral Debility. Physi
cians recommend It. All dealer sell it. Genuine
baa trad mark aad crossed red lines on wrapper.
Till: EDITOR'S CIIA1IL
now Tinxas look from
OUR STAND POINT.
The Opinion of The Caucasian and
the Opinion of others which we
Can Endorse on the Yarious
Topics of the Day.
Tlie IlrpublicAns in Congresd
have presented their hill for
th reduction of the tariff. The
schedule they have arranged
will reduc the income of the
government between seventeen
and nineteen million dollars
without giving the fanners! any
relief. In fact they have in
creased it on some articles of
prsine necessity, ihe duty
tin ware has been increased
22j cents per lb.
increase of duty
There is an
and uollen cloth and clofhinj;.
The duty on agricultural seeds
lias been increased, whiJe pro
tections to rice, a southern pro
duct, has been withdrawn to
the amount of 2 cents per pound.
The tax on salt, earthen and
glass ware still stards. In short
the pi i ;e of many article used
by the farmers have been in
creaeed, while the price of none
has been decreased, save brown
Prince Uisinark, the iron
chancellor of Germany, has re
signed. The young Emperor
William and his father's old
Prime minister could not agree
Aow since the balance wheel
is removed from the hot headed
and impetuous young Emperor,
all Europe may expect trouble.
A St. Petersburg paper, in an
article on Prince Bismarck's
retirement, declares '-that the
solitary support of the edifice
of European peace has crum
bled." Genl. Von Caprivi suc
ceeds to the chancellor ship.
Even the baby tate of North
Dakota, is opposed to the Blair
bill. Mr. Pierce, one of the
Senators from that Si ate, made
speech against it Wednesday,
and said it would bi time
enough to give attention to
educational bills when "the
farmers had been saved from
uin and the old soldier from
beggary." The Republican
Solons are making pretty fair
piogress in "saving the old
soldier from beggary," with a
fair prospect of knocking tha
bottom out of the Treasury, but
they are not making much pro
gress in "saving the farmers
from ruin." They are not tak
imr so much stock in the far
mers as they are in the protect
ed monopolists, who furnish
the boodle to run political cam
paigns. it is encouraging,
however, to note the fact that
even some Republican st-ites
men are beginning to acknow
ledge that something should be
done to save the farmers from
ruin. Wil. Star
Educate: organize: inese are
the watchwords of the hour
In all the States in wlilch
elections Lave been recently
held the Democrats have been
This is not accidental, but it
is the natural result of educa
tion, organization and efficient
The most striking feature of
the tariff is that the more it
protects the more the people
are exposed to suffering. After
a while it will be called a tariff
for hardship instead of a tariff
for protection. Norfolk Land
mark. Good Grana-dadv lilair is
squeldhed. The Senate voted
against his educational bill 37
to 31. Two years ago the bill
would have passed, Time and
wind have done the work.
How cities are built; in one
word, it has been done and can
only be done by using printers
ink. South port Leader.
A man of one id pa is not
be despised if his idea ia
no -1 n :irr-1 my i.sgi 5 a it i st.
Oh they tie Christians?
The Biblical Recorder .sayv:
Not long since, we sent a bill
to Brother Boykiii of Baltimore
to collect for us. After a rea
sonable time he sent ua the
following letter, which we
print to set the brethren to
Dr. C. T. Ilailey: I fear very
much that the claim you sent
me sometime ago for collection
is "N. G." And I was worry to
learn that the man who owes
it, is a member of church.
Our good old democratic church
is not sufficiently stringent with
its members about paying tl feir
just dsbts. Our firm has lost a
very large amount of money in
the past few years by having
too much confidence in custo
mers who are Baptists Some
of them prominent in the church
1 do not mean to say that a man
who does not pay his debts, in
all cases, ia not fit to be a mem
ber, or cannot be a Christian.
But I do say that a man who
can, and does not, pay his debts,
and is thoroughly indifferent to
the fact a3 to whether the debt
is paid or not, and makes little
or no effort to adjust the same,
is, in my opinion, unfit to be a
member of the church of Christ.
Our new mayor of Baltimore,
who, by the by, is a good Bap
tist and a "no -owe" mau, takes
the correct view of this matter,
and recently issued an order
that ho wanted no man in office,
or employed in any of the de
partments, who did not pay his
debts, or was indifferent to the
payment of the same. Our
mayor has been iu the whole
sale dry goods; business, and
knows what it is to have custo
mers who did not pay their
dobts. lie makes a good mayor,
and his action in this matter is
worthy of being imitated by
others in authority. Your& tiuly,
Tnos. J. Boykix.
About twenty delegates to the
Pan-American Conference, have
thus far, signified their accep
tance of the invitation sent
them by Secretary Blaine to
visit the Southern States as
guests of the Government. The
places which will be visited
are: Norfolk, Newport News,
Fortress, Monroe, Richmond,
Charleston, Augusta, Macon,
Savannah, Jacksonville, St. Au
gustine, Tampa, Pensacola,
Mobile, New Orleans, Birmin
gham, Chattanooga, Memphis,
Nashville and Knoxville. North
Carolina is given the go-by.
The entire time occupied by
the trip will not exceed three
weeks, and the itinerary will be
so arranged as to have the dele
gates spend Sunday at Fort
Monroe and St. Augustine. The
arrangements for tha tour are
now being made uy the Pennsyl
vania Railroad Company, and
the schedule will be constructed
by tourist agent Draper, who
had charge of the tour through
the North and West last Octo
ber and November.
i:i:v- ay. 15. pope.
At the M. E. church Thursday
evening, March 6, by Rev. G. A.
l.andon. Rev. W. B.Pope to Miss
Lou McGuire. Both parties are
well knowr in the city: the
groom as pastor of the Baptis
church for some time past, the
bride as one of the teachers in
the city &ch'jols, and both are
popular in the highest and test
social circle of the city for
their real merit.
in common witn numerous
friends the Review wishes all
the above parties much joy and
happiness ?s they encounter the
stern realities of life's duties.
Olympia (Washington) Review
Mr. Pope is a subscriber to
The Caucasian, a graduate of
Wake Forest College and is well
known to the people of Sampl
son, Duplin and other counties.
HAIiKlSOX, DUDLEY, QUAY &
CO., 11I IT.
It is a fact that the following
cities in New York State have
New York, Brooklyn, Albany,
Amsterdam, Binghampton, Buf
falo, Cohoes, Dunkirk, Elmira,
Hornelisville, llndson, I hica,
Long Is'ioid City, Middletown,
Newburg. Oswego, Rochester,
Rome, Schenectady, Troy. Utica,
Watertown and Yonkers.
Auburn, Jamestown, Lock
port, Ogdensburg, Poughkeepsie
and Syracuse are the only cities
which have Republican Mayors.
WILL YOU SUFFER WITH DYS
PEPSIA ani Liver Complaint ? Shi-
loh's Vitalizer ia guaranteed to cure
you. For sale by It. II. Hoixiday,
Dru22ist. Clinton, and W. P. Kenne
dy. Warsaw, N. C
It is every woman's duty. firt t. bc;. if,
'cnd to hVr family, and third to oJer? to
appear neat, attra. tUe and to an advantage
in every way io-ib!e.
Thf Points of Kffeet an4 Defeet. ,
As a straw shows which way
the wind blows, so are we prone
to draw deductions fr;in trifled,
and jump to big conclusions.
The trifles are small and the
conclusions are sometimes tight
and sometimes wrng.
There is no case in which we
do this more than in Judging a
lady by her dress. We see a
woman occasionally for a few
minutes or an hour at church,
on the street! or elsewhere and
we instinctively, almost uncon
sciously, pass judgment of
good breeding and refinement
or the contrary according as her
Since a woman is judged by
her ress, let her be careful
as to details, for these will tell
far more of her breeding than
the dress itself. A really re
fined woman will show her
refinement and breeding in her
dress by always wearing neat
gloves, neat shoes, clean linen
at throat and wrists, and a fine
linen handkerchief. She will
have in mind the French saying
that to be well gloved and well
shod is to be well dressed, and
she cannot help having a fond
ness for dainty bits of lace and
fine sheer handkerchiefs. No
matter now large tne nana or
foot if the f are neatly covered;
the most perfect hands . aud
feet are repulsive to the eye if
covered with soiled or torn
gloves and shabby shoes. If
the glove must be shabby it
need not be torn. Even if one's
means are small, there is no
excuse for carelessness.
The plain linen collar and
cuffs are cheap aud produce a
stylish effect when becoming
i'ancy iragiie rucning suns
more faces than the linen collar,
but is more expensive, and can
at most be worn only a few times
Rumpled or soiled ruchinga
give tne wiioie toueta aisnevei
ed appearrnce, and no well-bred
woman should ever permit
herself to wear them.
Fine linen handkerchief is in-
despensables. Never mind lace
or embroidery, thev are of small
consequence; but the handker
chief itself must be ot fine
material. To see a handsomely
dressed woman take out of her
pocket a coarse, or soiled hand
kerchief, is to stamp her at
once in the eyes of many as a
vulgar person, and it kills the
effect of her dress. To complete
a handsome and perfect cos
tume the details must be as
perfect as the costume itself. A
woman must understand this
herself. She cannot depend
upon her dressmaker. She must
herself regulate there details.
A really plain woman may be
attractive, even in a six-penny
calico, if it be finished with
dainty ruchinga at the neck and
wrists, if she wear neat gloves
and boots, and if her handker
chief be of fine linen. A vulgar
woman will content her soul
with a gorgeous gown and think
that she is making a fine im
pression, even although she
wear coarse lace, uncouth shoes
and shabby gloves. It is easy
enough to buy handsome mate
rial, if one has the money, but
it requires something more
than money to furnish the de
tails. When I see a silk dress and a
coarse ill fitting pair of shoes
on the same woman at the same
time, I always shiver and pre
pare myself to hear a boistrous
laugh or Billingsgate slang
emanate from the mouth of the
Many women think that men
do not notice details in a wo
man's dress, but it really is the
details that make or mar the
whole, and if men take in the
whole effect, they unconsciously
take in the details. And "what
man does not notice a pretty
foot or a tiny iiand? They are
not "up"' in materials perhaps
and cannot tell imitation lace
from real, but they know a tidy
dress from a slovenly one. and
a clean collar from a soiled one.
It is better to have a dre3 of
some simple and inexpensive
material, and have the boots,
gloves, laces and handkerchiefs
just what thej should be than
to have a dress of expensive
material and shabby or tawdry
details. It is never economy to
buy cheap shoe? or gloves, as
, every woman knows.
Ith -. i1. th'-tvarclrtH Un thin
thaau th nuutfuru&kliIiiMitcwk(4.
"The art of living well is so
little uuderstt)! that we kep
the doctors buv'.a good part of
their time. . If we knew what
to eat, when und how to dr8
and serve it and wheie to get it
from, we might eat, drink and
be merry. I often bear, people
come into a breakfast room in
the morning and say: "I feel so
badly! I don't believe -I can eat
anything! I don't know what
can be the matter with me!'' I
fcri.v.- what's the matter with
'm, but it wouldn't do for me
to ppeak right out'iu meetin"
and tell 'em so. They soon
give a practical illustration of
tlieir ailment by sitting wearily
down to the table, ordering a
meal that might,could, would or
should kill a mule, eating it. as
it were, . by main force and
awkwardness, and then wonder
ing why they feel worse!
Yes tl at man is eating him
slf to-death, but probably it
would take him longer to do it
and with less grumbling if the
culinary department had dne
its duty. It ia not the s!zo of a
mar's grocery-bill that shows
how he fares at the table, but
it is the items that constitute it
and the manner of their prepera
tion for the palate. I know two
girls, 0110 of whom spends two
or three times as much for dress
as the other, yet the latter al
ways appers better dressed and
more stylish; and methinks
that the men who marries these
girls will find the same relative
difference between grocery bills
and table fare.
(r'rora Godi-y'tf Lady'aliook.)
Embroideries have never been
mere numerous and rich.
Among the new and fashiona
ble tints-the violet shades rank
hrgh NjJt the heliotrope of
past days, but real violet.
Byzantine embroideries are
very fashionable, especially
those smothered with imitation
jewels, which decorate bonnets
and evening gowns.
Mancla yellow is extremely
fashionable for hats aud bon-
net3- N'ot, of course, used alone,
out a iittie 01 it usea m com
A1.J1 m mi -1
bination with black or brown.
Horizontal striped materials
ar employed as trimmings up
ou plain fabrics. A dress of
blue cloth is pretty wTith the
skirt cut all rouud by inserted
panels in blue and white ma
terial, the stripes being hori
Tartan is in great request for
children's wear as well as for
their elders. For the younger
ones it is used for the eutire
costume, while only as a trim
miiig for their elders.
Pointed lace trimmiiigis very
popular for different uses
Passementerie designs and
braiding are both copied from
this-, some with a very
AX 1 31 POIJTAXT 3IEKT IXG.
Hon. Spier Whitaker, Chair
man of the Democratic State
Executive Committee, has call
ed a meeting of tli3 committee
in Raleigh on the 10th of June.
A date for holding the State
Convention will be determined
The following are the members
of the Executive Committee
from the 3rd District.
Capt. AY. A. Johnson, T. H.
Sutton, I. F. Dorth. Dr. W. T.
The following gentlemen com
pose tne uentrai Jtxecutiv
Cviinimttee: Hon. Spier Whita
ker, chairman; Paul B. Means,
Armstead Jones,Samuel Wilder,
T. L. Emery, P. F. Faison, D. B.
Nicholson, C. B. Watson, M. E.
Carter and W. E. Ashlev.
AFTER SHY LOCK.
Idaho and Wyomintr will be
admitted to Statehood because
it is believed they will go Re
publican, but Arizona and New
Mexico are to be denied admis
sion for the reason that" they are
Democratic. The partisan Re
publican is about as broad-minded
and liberal an individual as
was the Shylock of Shakespeare
In the first year of his Ad
irinistration President Harrison
nas mane or sanctioned over
34,000 changes in post-masters
for oolit:cal reason. This is
the me i51der Harrison who
said in his letter of acceptance
that "fitness and not party
service should be the discrim
nating test,- and fidelity and
efficiency the only sure tenure
of office." N. Y. World.
Our Farmers .Column.
SOMETHING 1 NTEHESTINt ;
TO THOSE WHO TILL
"I'll ere U u tut-ru4 irr-wUwl- i U
Uiwril aat permanett trbrt njrfcnitlttri.1
FAUVCCS' 1NST1TI TK Hut SAMiSN.
To t Utli l!h aaJ sf April.
The letter below from Com
missioner John Robinson ex
plains itself :
DEFAiroiENT OF AUUICCLTUKU,
Raleigh, X. C- Mar. 20, '90.
Messrs. W. K. Pigford, President,
and Marlon Butier, Secretary
Sampson County Agricultural
society, Clinton, N. C. :
IMar Sirs Your Invitation to
hold a Farmers' Institute if. your
county at our earliest conveni-
ence, received. I fix the date
for your county on the 4th and1.110 .1 .
5th days of April next. Will be .T iii ,y ,
oatat i fh. Ta.;t-A.iJtown and Henderson should be
by Profs. Massey and Chamber-
lain of A. and M. Col leae. Hope
mat many 01 your iarmers willl"
be present and join in the dis-
M.nS T 1 11 1. !li I
time to be published. -
John Robinson, Com'r.
Why Farmers Fail.
An Iowa farmer iu the Home
stead gives the following rea
First The markets, or con
sumers, are too rar from pro
Second Too high railroad
ThirdToo high, rates of in
terest on borrowed capital.
'i' jt 3 i
xoo many uugs ana
wolves m the country and not
if th TOO much fashion, too
uiutu wmsttev anuwDacco.ana
1- T " 1 I A f . t i
nut uuuugu enterprise. .
oixtn ioo nign lawyer ann
A. m 1 -ml
doctor fees and not enough
irnnArQl 1 1 i Ara a a
beventll loo much party in
pontics ana not enougu princi-
- . , . .
E'ghth IOO much listening
to iarmers enemies ana too lit-
tie seeking for common sense
.Mlltll business as now con-
ducted gives the farmer no part
in maKing prices. nen n
sens, tne dealer iraKes the
price of his produce; when he
buys the merchant names the
uiuav yy, au uum
are generally against the farmer.
Rocky Point, Pender Co., N.C.,
reb. 21st,1890. John Kobinson,
Plant in May in rows three
feet apart, drop one pea to the
mi' twelve inches apart. As
soon as up plow with a cotton
plow; in eight or ten days plow
again, throwing dirt to the
vines with a wing on the plow i
at each plowing. Keen the
dirt up to the plants until laid
by. Plant Spanish peanuts and
chufas and in the fall you will
lave meat to keep and sell.
Respectfully, Daniel Shaw
Our people are on the right
rack; they are begining to
make something to chew, but
they must not stop' at tobacco,
hough that is a good money
crop; we must nave soinetning
o swallow us well as tc chew
It does not make any difference
how much of a mcneycrop onr
armers make, if it takes it all
to pay for rooa ana otner sup
plies we will continue to be
poor. All hail to the tobacco
interest. All. hail the ware
house movement. Iet it boom,
ane let us hav manufactories
and save tne profits in our own
midst, but by all .:eans let our
u,usl' UUk til u
farmers put m now plenty of
corn, so Aye may save our mouej
crops ana nave iat norses. nogs
t m n t t-li
and cows. Then and not till
then can we be prosperous
people. Wilson Mirror
Lodge's "L:fe of Alexander
Hamilton" were struck by the
athor,s undi?gu ted admiration
for the extreme theory of cen-
tralizath.il as laid down by its
hi trh priest who fell in a duel
with Aaron Burr. Tliat -Mr.
Lodge is a consistent Hamil-
tonian is shown by hh Federal
Election bill. Blair, Reed,
Lodge, President Harrison and
other loose constructionists
orove that the ancient heresies
which warred against popular
government are vital forces
the political life 01 10-day.
Y. World.-- s
There are two things in this
world nobody is ever preoaxed
for -twins.- - - - - 1
uuiuiis. iBiioum nave written money in a mamonth Veneer
yon sooner, but desired to send . 1 , , t
a programme whch is not yet ,act7 not ouly Mn '1'1V
ready. but which I will send in mont to a lar little army of
woimiY i:.mpi.us '
The Charlotte Chronicle My:
Col. W IL S Burgwyii. of
Ilenflcru, la an example to
capitalists of North Ciroiin.
Although uufai'.illar with ths
toiacro mauufarUuf , CM. llunr-
wyn has iut comp!oUd a Uree
plug tobacco factory in hi- tow 11,
to give a uiueh employment to
the labor of the tow.t, a- he
himself xiilaJri. a notable
while hoping for a reasonable
Interest on the iuvretiuent.
Col. Burgwyn is an ex pencil
red banker, and douhtlens known
as well a mot men where he
could have locked hi m men-
op in an x per cent, nankin.
ItiKlad o! lending It out, how
. n T V
"V'0 f rt7'm1' Pj1 V
ever, lie has uivci-led it. nU
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"MMlv i,rumi 01 v ou rwy
I fill.. A 1
wwwn a P"eiiei in Mr.
ioimsou. lie is also a
banker, but has invested his
boys and girls, men and
women, but also creatine weal th
by converting worthless woods
into v Unable and salable pro
ducts. Let other men of cauital
heed the worthy examples of
Mr. Johnson aud Col. Burgwyn.
FOIl Tl 1 12 13 VI :s OF CLINTON S
In 1838 the business men of
a certain western town do
nated $12,000 every month dur
ins the whole vear. or 114.000
for advertising their city; some
firni3 subscribed o0 per month,
many S25. scores irave 810 to
g90 a month and overv mathr
90n in the tfwn iravo somo
Th Kturnn fnr ii- imTtiAncj.
outlay has been such as to build
uo a irreat commercial citv as
hv mainV. F.vrnrsi.inP a brtin
I " - - -
punned and large delegations
are taken fr of exnensa from
th East to th Wnst. f)nle
fprir rinv mm mm ritiynn nf
Sioux City, Iowa, paid all the
s4 a-'w is. i j v. a i v V a. vui'
1 JT ML tf
hundred from Massac husptts to
Sioux Citv and return, includ
ilotei bill, costin-' 87.000. to
advertise and show the ad van-
tages of that city. These are
not isolated cases but every
0r jier neW CltV ill tUe V C-. IS
Uoinir likewise, according to
I mf '
i t spe .vhat bein,, (lone
hn the South. What has built
np Birmink'ham. Ala., Chatta-
Innmrn. Ti-nr. . Flnrenr-. Ala
a hevi lie. N. C. Bristol. Tenu
ana dozens of other cities in
Georgia. Alabama. Tennessee
wh.it shall we say f Middle
borough, Ry.. whose location
and name wan unKnown one
year ago, now claiming a popula
tion of 10.000 with capital al
ready inv2sted in great enter-
prises to me extent oi 51,000,
000. These wonderful achieve
raeuts have hpen inaugurated
and pushed into activity by
presenting facts to the world
Financial aid has baen forth
coming from Europe and al
moneyed centres as needed.
The moral of these fact-
that a town seldom grows
change of circumstances
growth depends upon the peopl
who liva ia it
Ill discussing "The hub-Trea
sury Plan deiu&niiea by too
Farmers' .'illiancir, Mjj News
aud Observer says: The farmers
see th.it by thei- iuduatrj
larger c opj a e pruduced than
ever before, and yet because
prices are so low, their industry
L , s f.
. t b u t, v
r .,,... .
They se matiuracturrjs uouns
. ' , .
ing ana weaitn
manufacturing com muni tie,
while th ag! icultural Hrti.n
of t.he c-.iuntrv is educed year
by year to greater strai's, a: d
poverty th eat ens the mo t
thrifty farmers, and the iusatia
ble inortgate e;its out their
substance In their dilemma
they cast about fo- something
to remedy the terr.ble evils
thai have overtaken them, and
they are led to piopose a mei
I su'-e which they thm will
restore their prosperity. We
regard their propo.-itioii as the
1 earnest cry of distressed far-
mers for relief from the evils
that beset them;, and we wilt
in j help carry the rope to them
Ji. which they say will ave them
from shipwreck and disaster.
The law Las been made against
the farmer: by it the farmer 1?
oppressed; under it his earnings
'are taken away from him.
SUM K T II 1 NG 1 NTKISESTI N i
TO TIIEYOFNG READERS
OP THE CAUCASrvN.
titittrel lu r 4 tsil b t;
S?, t'.fciij u!i !w r .hii-pU-l b;ii.l 4UJ
I Ui I
,V ulie () with lirrtno an 1
'il inoiiiiii'. WrU'" iui.1
t'i h iti-Uai tree an I a. niugin
'he 4Uicini: flowm au.l il.r (! !! of lti
N.Wsl and wavr.l t lh. UltU- !.;
An, I tin fur-offhill nnl thol rrhJ
if triieil soil lcam l n tlie wonl
Kii J :
Au.l ohl un it tl hi h, a l ninl
r.U'.Y HAS ;oK Tn srnmiL.
he Ui!v ha i;no ta m liul! ..h. nic!
What Witt UlC lUotlRif.lo.
With never n call to hint m or m.
. ur tie 11 !itj Hkh'T
low can shi! Len hi rt lf huiv Hll Jar
With the httl "himli-rinj: tlun'i ' aw.nr
U0tlnT lk:-t t' (ill Willi hi:u ll.
Another "so,Mve" t w,
nl the inoilicr c vuihN at lltiMl'M.r tn
Ilor hahv mau li awv,
n.l turns with a i jh thai ia half n h. f.
And half a Mmethiti akin to griff.
She tltink uf a I'OhAiblc fultiro Murn,
i hen tlit t'hiiiln ii nii tv one
Will from their horm tint ifili tin
To hattle With Uf aluiic.
And not rrcn the hahv I-e left to die er-
The dcnolatc Itoiuc of that futaio year.
She jh k up gai incut, lu-ru annd there.
1 urown uowti 111 rarvless liate,
And trieJ to tlilnk how it would win
if nothing were diiilaiil-
If the Iioum w ere filways n still an lliin.
How could hhc la-ar the loiiclineMi?
teacher was telling her lit
tle b iys about temptation and
showing how it Kometimescame
in the most attractive attire.
She used as an illustration the
paw of a cat.
"Now,'' said she, "you have
all seen the paw of a cat. It I
as soft as velvet, isn't it?"
'Yesi-eni, from the cla..
And you have seen the iw
of a dug?" "Yessem."
'Well, although the cat's paw
sems Iiko velvet, there H,
nevertheless, concealed in it
something that hurts. What is
"The dog' bites." said the
teacher, "when he is angry, but
w hat does the cat do?"
"Scratches," replied the boy.
"Correct," said the teacher,
nodding he head approvingly.
"Now, what has the rat that
the dog hasn't?"
"Whiskers," said a boy on the
pack seat, and the titter that
ran around the class brought
the lesson to an cud.
A Pretty Hre. for a li yearolJ fJirl.
A dress of Bengal irio: Side
plaited skirt with wid baud
of galloon; clooe-Dttiug !dy,
with yoke made of plaitings of
the material and rows of gal
loon; the trout has straight
sections of the mater'al drawn
from either shoulder across the
front to the belt, wh'ch U of
galloon; plain sleeves; collar
and cuff- of iralloon. Sen
yard of Bengaline required.
llon.J. C. Underwood, the
Crand Sire of the I. O. O. F. in
' ij uiia1i n t PalflK.li until 4 1 9 f
the orde. he represented lie
would say without boasting was
the la u't-st in tie univeise.
When the greatness of its mem
! sliJi was takeu into rou-id-erttign
and the amount of
money it dev- ted to benevolent
purpos s was considered some
idea ot its iiifiupiict for jrofjd
cnild b tormcd.
It i-f :u inslittition that acts
upon the hearts or its members.
The fraternity ft-ature of this
in-t tutton iri its grandest prin
ciple. It teaches the man of
affluence how the man lives who
reidps In a hut with chinks in
it that he can put hi har d
through. The Lodge teaches
friendship- It annihilates strife.
We do not make a parade of it,
but we carry it out.
A lady, joking ah 'A her
nose, said: ' I had uoiftiu to
do in shaping it. Jt waj a
.., isM ifc" " -
It iz jnst az natural to be born
ritch as p:xr, but ia seldom so
con ven'ent. Josh Billings.
Dypepia' victim are numbered by
thousand. So are Uio&e who have been
restored to health by Ilood'e SaraapariUa.
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