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l'i:i!MSlKI) KVEHY TIIUK.SDAV,
liy MAUIOX HITLER,
Klitor and Proprietor.
( 'i KATIES many a nw loinr.
II S I. A tV i lvS many ti nkl r.
UK VI VKs many a UuU Uim.M.
UKMTKSraatJV Vt Ji;iit .
SAVKnny aftuliii; tuiiiv,
riiIi:nVI naur a .arjv UuUm,
Kt t"Kl uvc iu any Uiinr.
ThtTflort a!vit;4 In n jMjm'ar jr,
ono the jH.Mj! art anxiou. ti rvaJ.
SU BSC 111 BE.
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bor and advise him to sub
scribe. I?uro Domooraoy and wb.ito Supremacy.
CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1890.
Subscription lric; $l.CO per
Year, in Advance.
PROFESSION A L COLUM N .
(ioldsboro, X. C.
Will practice in Sampson county,
tub 27 tf
LKK, M. I).
Pn ysician,Siugeot and Dknxist,
OMice in Lee's Drugstore, je 7-lyr
I A. STEVENS, M. I),
tj . Physician and Suiioeox,
(Office over Post Office.)
ley-May be found at night at the
nVidcnco of J. If. Stevens on College
Street. 7-1 yr
Attokney and Counseli.
on at Law.
Office oti Main Street,
will practice In courts ofHampsonand
adjoining counties. Also in Supreme
Court. All business intrusted to his
can; will receive prompt and careful
ITT S. THOMSON.
V Attorney and Counsell
or at Law.
Office over Post Office.
Will practice in Sampson and ad
joining counties. Ever attentive
and faithful to the interests of all
rrm lmmtad'u mini
HOW THINGS LOOK FROM
OUIt STAND POINT.
The Opinion of The Editor and the
Opinion of others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
,1 V. KLUIi.
ok at Law.
Office on Wall Street.
Will practice in Sampson, Bladen,
Pender, Harnett and Duplin Coun
ties. Also in Supreme Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
riven to all lesral business, ie 7-lyr
1 71 RANK BOYETTK, D.B.S.
Office on Main Street.7
Offers his services to the people of
Clinton and vicinity. Everything
in the line of Dentistry done in the
best style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
ttaTMy terms are strictly cash.
Don't ask me to vary from this rule.
HOW HAIUUSON'S ADMINIS
TRATION IS UUN.
The next Congressional Con
vention, as announced last week,
will be held in Clinton on Wed
nesday, July 23rd. There ate
nine counties in this -Congressional
District. Sampson had
the Convention four years ago,
and it is quite a victory for the
county and a comjdiment to
Clinton for us to secure it again
this year. We hope that it will
reflect the voice of the wishes
and interests of the people, and-
tho way to make it do it. is for
the good people of the district
to attend the primaries and send
staunch, solid delegates (not
lobbying and trading delegates)
who know our needs and know
who is the proper man to battle
in the halls of Congress for the
supplying of those needs a
man with incorruptable lntegri
ty, backed by undoubted large
ability, information and energy
Through Congress is the farm
ers' only hope of relief. Their
ability to protect themselves by
successfully demanding just leg
islation, will in a great measure
be determined by their action in
the coming nominations and
"Wanny runs a Sunday-school,
Levi runs the bar;
Baby runs the White House,
And, damn it, here wo are."
. .... . -a -a -
$100 Reward. $100.
The readers of The .Caucasian
will he pleased to learn that there is
at least ane dreaded disease that sci
ence has been able to euro in all Its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rectly on the blood and mucus sui
faces of the system, thereby destroy
ing the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength, by
building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have so much faith
in its curative powers, that they of
fer One Hundred Dollars for any
case that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address V. J. CHENEY & CO.,
aif"Sold by druggists at 75 cents.
Henry Hilton has
the World for libel against
late A. T. Stewart, and, from ap
pearances, that journal ifs not
"eating dirt." In a recent issue
it says: "The thieves who stole
A. T. Stewart's body were not
half so contemptible as Hilton,
the robber of Stewart's widow,
who seeks to crowd into the
empty coffin to hide his own in
famy. We mean you, Henry
Hilton." Strong language that,
tit i ii
"lie who lives by the sword
must die by the sword." Retri
bution only. Though the World
should not drag before the pub
lic Stewart's private life, sin
he is in his gave, only so far
as is necessary to expose Hilton
if lie is guilty of the alleged
"And that beautiful idea is Shakt-
"Well, I'm sure
have thought it."
WAS THE VERDICT OF THE
JURY IN THE TRIAL OF
AVERY BUTLER AC
CUSED OF MUR
si;nti:nci:i to hang .iuly
The Compound Lard Bill.
ITS INCONSISTENCY AND
It Would Hum One or the South
Great Industries to the Profit
of the Northern and "Wtt
ern Pork Packer, t
The Little Murderer Hears His
loom Like a Hardened
A QUESTION OF VITAL IMPORTANCE
NOT ONLY TO SOUTHERN FINANCE
AND PROSPERITY, BUT TO
HOUSEKEEPERS AND THE
WILL THE GOVERNOR COMMUTE IT?
In the case of Avery Butler,
the law with its measure of jus-
tice is following speedily on the
heels of crime. The murdur
was committed April 12th, on
April 19th the son was arrested
charged with the crime, on April
29 tli he is put on trial for Lis
life, on May 1st the jury return
a verdict of guilty, and on May
the 2nd he is condemned to hang
for the terrible crime. There is
a, diversity of public opinion as
to whether the boy should hang;
some thinK that the salety or
the pub'ic and the vindication
of the law demand that he hang,
others that the Governor should
commute the sentence to life
imprisonment, but there is no
diversity of opinion as to the
boy's guilt, the evidence, though
circumstantial, is yet conclusive.
We intended to give the evi
dence in full, for ws expected
new developments during the
trial, but nothing material was
brought out beyond what was
known before the trial. The
evidence was substantially as
The deceased, soon after the
shooting, said to Dr. Stevens
that it was a small white boy
with a cap on, about the, size of
his son Avery. It was upon the
suggestion of Dr. S., referring to
a difficulty with John Simmons
in which a woman was concern
ed, that the deceased thought
that Simmons was his murderer
Avery Butler went to Mr. Bea
man's, where his brother was
working, on Wednesday before
the shooting and got his moth
er's gun. He cut the slug of
iron, that was found in the de
ceased, from a rod ot iron at
Williamson's blacksmith shop
- - i i i
on Thursday ana asuea now
much powder it would take to
throw it through a man. On
Friday, the day before the shoot
does not know the elation of
spirit, the sweet charity which
fill a woman's heart when she
feels that she is well dressed?
When dejected, an infallible
cure may be found in a becom
v .. . . v iii inir cnst.nmft and nroinfnao If . -.
rnh rm in- muok u aaicui, vuai , - 1"' ul
i ftffP.t (nnf nhipel. nf t.hU a" eilt,u iCllct lu ooiuie, linilAs, f-
nustry or ciass oi people, tor no lnw ?q tn fnrevpr detrov tilft ii a nice iaia pian goes awry.
ptying the pails
ous committees asking for spe- em t (Section 7, lines 14-20.)
cial legislation for some private In view of tUe fact tllat lard
enterprise, in short they have compound are now sold for
had the cheek and audacity to domestic use almost entirely in
ask Congress to mss a law or sma11 lln PaiAs (orginiai pack
aws to damage and
if a nice laid
on your best clothes and take
a walki The fresh air and the
admiring eyes of the oy-passers
will restore your serenity,
Sidney Smith says that it is
sell it without let or hindranco f011? try ? teach a girl that
of Agriculture to-dav. for a larere packages.)
majority of such measures have W ow, suppose tnat a aea
noPTi niroprpn aimnet tlio tflpinor - - . ., .... .. .
" wholesale and retail,; still it is
auu uavc uicu uiw wuiiuui mci- nn fl.wtnl tor nim to rr! an
For a long time the patient, original package, . c, one of the
I never wo Id
Jmes Anthony Foude, a
learned, able and powerful wri
ter, in a letter to Mrs. Smedes,
the author of "Memorials of a
Southern Planter," says :
"I am afraid, from what I inc. he told Mrs. Williamson, to
, . o j
have myselt seen in our own
half ruined colonies, that the
day is not far off that the en
thusiastic emancipationists of
your country ana ot ours will
be found not to have been the
truest friends of the race of
whom they believed them selves get even with him, and that
tho liberators, freedom is a he ever whipped him again tha
could liveoniv a few weeks, i took noubtiui gin it it aoes not bring he would Kill him. Avery was
live bottles ot Dr. Kinii's New Discovery with it those Qualities of mind seen with a erun near the Dlace
t - i 11 Oil I I o
anuam now sound aim ven, sbimu anfi rlin.rn.ctpr wlnVli n aha enn f tho ohnntincm lmlf linnr h.
nouiKls in weig.iK r make a wholesome use nf freo- fnro if . nr.r.nrrofl. Snnn n.flr it.
Arthur liove, aianager Jioves ruimi-- ,r
Folks omhmati(m. writes: "Alter a upiu. OCCUnea lie came up TO iur.
The Pulpit and Hie Stage.
Uev. F. M. SI i oat. Pastor I'nitetl
llretliren Chureli, blue Mound, Kan.,
fays: "I feel it my duty to tell the what
wonders Dr. Kind's New Discovery has
done lor me. My lunjjs were badly dis-
eiised. and niv nansluonors thought 1
whom he was hired to work
that his father had always treat
ed him bad and hud often se
verely whipped him, especially
when he had helped his sister
to elopu and he intended to
whip his father some day and
(section 7, lines 12-14.) The
bill is o peculiarly worded that
a wholesale dealei cannot even
sell an original stamped pack
age of less than f0 pounds,
although it is a well-known fact
that the trade is almost entirely
supplied by original packages
ranging from 50 pounds down.
(3) Every retailer of com
pound lard shall pay a special
tax of $2 per annum. Any. per
son selling in less quantities
than 50 pounds at ono time
shall be regarded as a retail
WOMAN'S Sl'HERK. Alliance Dqm-imeut.
THE INFLUENCE OP DUESS.
Who ran Etinutt It? Stur llilrinl
Dost thou thiuk I have a
doublet and host in my disposi
tion?' asked the merry Itosa-
lind when she was "caparisoned
like a man" in the Forest of
Arden. She vowed to Celia
that her "swashing and martHl
outside" had no effect on her
ALUAXCF XOTKS, DISCUS
SIONS AND THE DOINC.S
OF THE VA1UOFS
County LerUrf r' Netlrp.
1 have a half a dozen or more
invitations now on file to visit
lodges and deliver public lec
tures but my time issa engaged
flpnlar SAP.tinn A lino 1 fi '
RfniUra ,r. vortnirp. - feminine curiosity nor her and my business is such that I
naek all rnmnnunrl lard thev womanish trait of speaking her will be unable to answer any of
sell, and put the name into
these calls till .the 1st of June.
T WILli KOIJ THE SOUTH OF
Every week, we might say
True, the way one i dressed I During that month I hoie to bo
does not alter one's nature, says able to give one or two days in
Kate Kauffman in the Jenness each week to the work. I would
Miller Magazine, but it may suggest that who re several lodges
utterly transform one'a manner, are near each othr that they
As Rosalind's costume enabled combine in a joint invitation
original package, being bound her tu act tue Pelt boF so her and have the lecturer at some
Wrtn Iottt frt i.nl.fr tio. m.,U urusa luiiv tiiuso any wouiiuj iu ceniiiu ihmiu, us jl win uti nn-
other than origin U packages.
This provifion practically pro
hibifs the manufacturer from
making any package of less
man ou pounas; lor. as tne re
tailer could not utilize the
every day for the last quarter of not buy a barge qantity of 3 5 appear gay, gracious, graceful, possible for me to visit all the
a century, somebody has been and 10 pound pails of the manu- sad, self-assertive or awkward, lodges. Very re.pcctf nil y,
haunting the lobby of Congress facturer for the sake of wasting , The Plimry influence of Mauion P.i-ti.kk,
his time eai
Other reason than that tfcey snl nf lard eomnnnnd. Tber
would profit by the proceeding, tailer would be compelled to
We could mention hundreds of uv and sell only the hog
cure inat m o, o, aim iu pouna
nails ("original packages.) and
i i - .
no smau aegree are tney respon
Sub-Treasury Hill I!?fore Causres!.
The Senate Committee of the
U.S. Congress on Agriculture
and Forestry had under consid
eration last week Vance's bill to
system of ware
through the country to be opera-
dressed. Her whole destiny
.1 .1 4
is to i.suo notes upon deposits
of grain therein.
Col. Polk, president of the
National Farmers' AUiauce.read
a long argument in favor of the
measure, which, he wild, was
formulated by a committee) ap
pointed for that purpose by the
patriotic and hard laboring far- ordinary pails or tubs of lard
A A 1, 1 1 1
may uepeuu u.. convention of the National r-
Doiiuet, a xact wuiuu, il bub k mers' Alliance and tho Indiistrial
keen, she will very soon dis- Anianco iieIa ia St. Louis, Dec.
ovet. 9 iquq ija ub-ofi,i n,. .ii.
Not the least tragic part of ci:.:e in airriculturai valuer in
i a n ii. Ii i I w
tne tragic uie or me uronie Hia fae nf t.lm mnrvoiinna i,.
: -1. : nrtt, rr ji SlSierS IS Uiat IUBV IHJVei UaU I l ,1nvnl.., ,.4 1
mer has borne these impositions W ""n u , , p, .uim' ' nrettv clothes Think of it' f iT i 'V "V .
I hur!inao t ho whnloQalpp'a lifAns Pivij i-iuuicB. xiixuiv uj. it. industries and intorptiU dnrinv
and robberies, not knowing what doe3 not permit him to sell a Poor liU?e gls! Their aunt the arit two rlecades and insist-
Was tlie matter, ana believing nnantitv less than 50 nnnnds aresaeu tueiu in muc-y cai-uiu efl that SOmeth 11L' should he
that tli irnvprnmptif was rlmnir nndflr anv p.irp.nmsf anr.pa anrl fashions trom 1 enzailCe . Lnar- done for the farmer. Ifftrharfr
its dutv md protecting his in- the retailer's license requires with her passionate, artis- ed the fault upoa the Hnmcial
t0rftQf int i,ft T,aa liimtorepacKan sale ot any rrT" L v ' 8ysiem Jl 1116 goverumeiii.wineii
- nnonHhr !. Hmn Kn nnnnild grace auu ucttuiy ; iieu at re.snlte.fl in hitrli-nrifAri
1 -3 i II a M'"..-.v. w ....v.. , TI -U - .1 .
awaH-eueu iu ine au reaiiiy auu Tf the re rftS,nv mtenrl. scaooi in iwrusseis 3ne ineu 10 and W-Driced oroduets. The
is shocked and righteously in-Ld onlv to eomnel the honest cnanSe her comely growns ac- remedv Col .olk t i
j; t- is -l. c - v. : . - - i
dinant that his irovernment has branding of a counterfeit article. VL"ruM utu iuiuu. f uur threefold:
SOM E Til I .NT. I NTEUESTIN'C
to onii vouxr. kkadeus.
Nil AT MCTUU WRIITK.
riiBini; i ru !. iii(i.,
I'm mrr i tTt kn h.
lut U Ut ly mrv d.in? i(.
I cn, IMI tr;
TU y U ll a Rlrl lh.V ihinV h, r !,- L .
Vro iH tiir r.v., r.,;
"VMir ! arv liki ifc
Tti.if U.it .. Mio
llui tlu-n. w ho h.tll I u n.l mm, u,
Th. rfU lot. of srirt. I ln...
Hut nut a ltUrv unc
IM w jiit i.t w rite t
Ah. now IM-ihou-lil ..f ...tu. Im..,
And not al iitirt.
Will po to iiiik ho i half a lii.v
A l who will jr-t mlnf.
(Victor writes ntetuiily t'u'r kiiu
moments, then ro;iN ulotul) :
"Vourhair U ai l.rowii imil.
our -r rr tin- W ' oh ii Liu,-,
I'll 1m , in th' inM, th-rt no oik-
'llo half ;i in-ty a )u
Aii1 though, tlrar, I don't h.w It.
1 love you h ith all my h-art:
I think it would )ut atoiit kill me.
If oii and 1 H id to i t.
I't l h:ip win II 1 ffow Up to Ul.tiihood,
I II Have lo wander afar.
Hut I'll imi r forii l mv lirt w tih, arl.
My I'M It), l.ri's'M, Jolly iiijiiiiiu."
Teacher Somebody ha. been
throwing paper behind my bank.
.Mewes, can you tell me who It
Mewe.i (who was the culprit
himsely) I kimw who it wa,
but I hardly like to tell.
Teacher A trifle too ortipu-
lous, perhaps, but it shows
honorable feelinir on vour nart.
You may hit dawn.
1. Iiehead "beyond thebouudH
of a eoun'ry" and havo "wide;"
again, and h ive "an open way
or puj)lic passage."
2. Ilehead "a small shoot or
branch," and have "to petition:"
again, and havo "a line of light;"
again, and have "yea," "ye."
lie head "worthless matter,"
and havo "precipitate:" nirain.
and have the name ot a genus
of trees common in our latitude.
There is a mountain species.
been a party to, has winked at every tacility would, be pro-
- 1 j ii. j. ., 1 1
nn,i in,i;,9 4i,0,n.,.i,wiII viueusc mat a reiaiier couiu
' I (-.--wll I n ml - . . . i -i x"l .v. t li
Hft is watemno tlift nninoanf . r
0 , urinal nacKaare. When a manu
Congress with an eagle's eye and faoturer puts up a package and
the wrong doers, will soon hear brands it in big letters accord
of his wrath through the ballot mg to the law it is in tne in
terest ot honest dealing that
One of the most infamous
Charlotte, with a heart of fire
and the exterior of a "plain,
provincial, sickly-looking old
How much more agreeable to
read ot llannah Mote wearing
at eighty a "pea-green . silk,"
which, although it contrasted
1. Restore silver to its dignity
and place as a money metal, with
all the rights of coinage and all
the qualities of lecal tender
which gold possesses.
2. Issue sufficient amounts of
currency direct to tho people at
a low rate ot interest to meet
requested to publish this bill,
but instead (on account of . its
length) we -give below the gist
of the minority report of the
committee on Agriculture, by
bills of this kind recently at n? X nnntsn" with nl, with the youth of her step and
tempted by Congress, is the Com - I t Ti r rTr nr! Tin l ,nflrir ni hran her cleargirlish voice."
pound Lard Bill. We have beeu and stamps up. m it. If a manu- One's exterior has awouderful
facturer Duts ud a 3 Dound tin. UKUU t" .J1AC' " 11U
- - I l . l- . ... . . lln . . -t n n
w I. 1 1 i t , mt
pound tub, all covered and 1M s U1U as B"5 iUL,a 4 cuu
nlrorol nTTftr xxrith infornpl SClOUSneSS Of a beautiful ap
revenue stamps and brands, and pearance endues a woman with
th,, rnnsnmfir is allowed tn l.n v seu-cuuuucuuc, im wnu duuau
. w 1 " J I . i ii. . JIJ. A.
r T M,.nnmm r I tbr annflj in such mY-bnirps lift M-J " kw
" iUI;V;iaiUUIJ, Ul Wl" I f-w., L -O i I J1 ,1 1- - J I . .. . n
' . m -a I III 'J r U I ll lfllllfll 1IIU WIIIIII1.II V ITIAr XI. . ft 1 I 1 1
t tv r. cannot possibly be ueceived ' ' , usiauon oi uw .uiiiace, wuo an-
iuvu- . . . . , , , i iritiiionpc rT nrfiss :rs Arrpr. nn j . ir i.
"" - - urttoeu uiiueii iiiorei)arucuiar-
at the inconnistencv. reouirina-! Uie UHIlumer- . . ly to the merits and details oi
expiams uiemiauiuus uaiure oi a retailer to break ooen such a " ucc" o llie Sysem ot wa-ehouses as
the package should go into the witji her face, was "in harmony the legitimate demands of the
business ot the country, and
which shall be iegal tender for
all debts, public and private.
3. Secure to such issue equa
or a 20 pound pail, or a 40 uyi wmau dignity with the money metals
by basins it on real, tangible
Colonel Polk was followed by
Dr. C. W. Maune, chairman ol
the national Committee on leg-
this bill and shows how it is do
signed to further rob the South
ern farmer. Read it and see a
fair sample of the hellish
a package and dip the lard out to win for ler people the favor outlined in the bill. He asserted
with a laden, or a knife, or pre- 1,1 ue UU3U,luu' " "f, i that Uie inerciiandwi thus Mor
haps a stick, and take it out of "Put on her ryal apparel and ed W0UM not deteriorate below
this stamped package and pnt mauB w i"'i5 u nyicMiyu Uie market standard and that
it into some other tacka?e in a lUiU' "e i,luu,wu w"a1' the system had proved feasible
schemes of the monopolist, L,imC5V wnv as hftst h nan. might asK, even uuio me nan in California .where the Granir-
which he has been, and ia trying These restrictions will destroy ot ms Kiugaom. erH Ba;, k in j 889 loaned 3,000,-
t.n earrv into execution through the cotton-seed oil business ueimis was Ai uuuy a iiieswu-myo on certificates issued to the
w - - 0 . ... . I ,r..i Lnn t t.- hnnir I Aimirni t 1 i i .-i n :..
o"uv w "-"o liirineirt on wneab uoponiteu in
When he saw her neauty ana
address he felt sure that she
Deserted farms of New Eng
land are an argument in a nut-
thorough trial ami convincins; evidence,
I am eonlident Dr. K'uigNs New Discov
ery for Consumption, heats vem all,
ami cures when everything else fails.
Tho greatest kindness I can do my many
thousand tnends is to ur.ru them V try
it' Free trial bottles at It. 11. llolli- publican rule
dav's Drug btore. Kegular size 5U els
- T - I I . 1 1
lime when the
Williamson's house from to
wards the lot, barefooted, while
he had on shoes in the morning.
TTn fnlrl Afrc Will l a crn Va
shell agamst the beneficientRe- lwi 1lt.nr, linlinwinj Art flt r,ia
father's, that he would cro down
the Radical members of Con- absolutely if the bin is passed
I ! - M. i- J?
greSS : 1,1 lla pitsotJUii iu:ui.
The bill reported by the (o) in manuiacturer snail
majority of the committee is, a pack all compound lard in vts
described and classified accord- sels not before used for the pur-
ing to its features: pose, each containing not less
r n A h i to increasft th than 3 Dounas. oection lines
1, "-., r. I 1 . J 1 Ho ah!) mnrlr pach
jcvciiuca ui tile vj w v cumicii i. uv I Av w.... ) , . .. ,, .,.. i,i
aonara tft vftsflftl nr TinPlrncrp wririi i natuiu.ii.o - i
an additional revenue tax.
1 J a (
cnaugings seem to point to a
North will be
1 1 1 o It nit
"Is there anything that will bring "uiy new, wnen iun oi tne vig-
youth to a woman?" asks a writer.
Well, ft leading smile from her might
brin r him to her feel. New York
The transition from long, lingering
aad miuful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the lite of the individ
ual. Such a remarkable event is trea?
ured in the niemorv aim the acrencv
whereby thn good health has been at
tamed is cratefullv blesred. Hence it
is that so much is heard in praise of Elec
tric Hitters. So many leel they owe
or oi a convert sue will nom
hards with the South in bury
ing in a graye, from whence
there is no resurreciion, a party
which has used her for its pri
vate parsonal ends, and then
discarded her in her distress.-
N. Y. Times.
It is said that Little Benny
Harrison's wet-nurse, Senator
their restoration to health to the use of Matthew Stanley Quay, handles
the infant in such a way as to
the Great Alterative and Tonic. If j ou
are troubled with any disease rf Kidneys,
Liver or Stomach, of long or short stand
ing, you will surely tind relief by use of
Electric Uitters. isvld at 50c and $1 per
bottle at IC. II, Holidays Drug Store.
and see what was the matter,
and if hn called her to come.
He went and soon called her, af
ter doing eo he ran down the
street for a doctor. He told
some one a day or two be tore
the shooting that he had dream
ed that his father was shot, on
Sunday after he said that he
dreamed the night before that
his father was shot with apiece
of iron. On the same morning
he was seen cleaning mud trom
his shoes. The gun that he
borrowed from his brother was
found in the branch not far from
the shooting a few days after
his father was buried. After
o a v,sil fi.V,. th ronrrt "(Vnnnniifin ,t1" in w veiv
V o 7 1... . . . . .. I f . of.. r,a I rrta rrkiiirf u a
- a . j m I InttnM nf acq than thpaa.liinl'tha I1 I Lim AWUiJt..
anaDy m imposition oi an -" "T 3 L;fl? ' ...ri tniw
utcuKW-icvcuuo ' ic5uia,i,iu5 I omo fQ.H7,ii 7. linP SI -2 Nn cino nffAn,1,(l ..r.tifs Shft
he manufacture sale, importa- com ld lard shall at re. snortivelv - disclose.- her
ion, ana exportation oi -com- tail or otherwise except in packages ..i , ' f Q fanA. r
I lA ; T I . . i i ..- l I Uia.il HI o. itvii-i w m
puuiiu iwu, mcu.umg tiicicujr marsea auu ursumeu iuv w u - ?11 lf nn inxr littiA n5nk linn.
: i ..r i I ti, v.:i l i,n i nai i i 1 i J - -w r "
k nnn a mmnonno iara mere tv. , j
shall be assessed and collected a tax fo.-! 1 Lavi tried it as Clei.patra
he was arrested he confessed
irritate him, and is not so fond that he killed his father, but
of him as f rmerly.
There's blocks-of-flve Dudley,
And Matthew Stanley Quay,
Will both go back on Beany,
"Because they are built that way."
Sam Jones' meeting in Char-
Kvery Thirty Days Lonesum
"Been married a month to-day.
haven't you old fel? Still billing
and cooing. I &uDose?" Scruze
(dubiously) "I am not cooing as lotte was quite successful in the
iiiuuiiBi was ai one lime, uui ine r-w.
hilling--ah me!"-N. York Herald. 1U"B1UK UIUUCJ VVOA "
thousand dollars fe2,200 went
to Sam. His bread is well but
this confession was ruled out by
Judge Graves and was not al
lowed before the court as evi
The jury that convicted the
bov was as fair a one as could
have been gotten any where
and the able counsels, Messrs
D. B. Nicholson and W. R. Allen
for the defendant, did all for
him that possibly could have
been done. The examination
If the whole mnnftv in (iw.ii
latlon was doubled. Drices would tered. Most any man can afford of witnesses was skillfully done
be doubled: if it was nnixr in. to deal in the lanirnayA he does and their speeches were fine,
rreasftd nn a-fourth finnh rftwfi rrl. P.nt few would The iury recommended Execu
rise one-fourth. J. S. Mill. be allowed to do so. tWs clemency.
need fear no displeasure from
his Roman master; however, he1
advised her to go 'in her best
Rachel Felix, the French
warehouses owned and control
led by them.
A cavern dark and hmg,
Whence issue wail and song;
A red bridge moist and strong,
Where wliit robed millers
WHO AM 1?
I am seen iu tho west and
felt iu tho eat;
You 11 find me wherever theie's
pleasure or feast;
In the evening I'm present and
ready for tea;
With dinner or breakfast I aK
ways make Iree.
I am constant at chess, piipiet,
Tho' you never will mCet me at
ball or at party.
A gentleman cannot be seen
Not in Tin: Caucasian but in the
Tel win am I be
schoolboy will catch me at
cricket or race.
Not in Clinton, but in Mount
Olive I have place.
Now, surely by this my name
you can tell,
Unless that, like truth, I am
hid iu a well.
A FKIE.VIH.Y HINT.
I low doth the little busy bee,
I in prove each sh i n i n g in i n n te!
And sometimes, too, he has hi
Hut, friend, don't jo.i bein it.
sprightly comedy off
compounded in imitation or
semblance of lard which
shall be made of any other
ingredient other rhan lard, or
which shall be composed of
any ether ingredient or ingre
dients in combination with lard."
Digesting the main features
of the bill as affecting the
of 2 mills per pound, to be paid by tried poisons on her .slaves. I he
the manufacturer thereof (becti ou y, effect is certain. When I put
lines 3-4;) except that compound -t , t eek ,.r-m a black
iara may ue e.poriu iu iw"s ,r...r v
V . . I . n n. n w n , T 1 . . . VII ...'11,. ( . . . ,
under such reffulation, aud the flung njuito emcunu, i cessiUi pxpernreut you iiavo
of such bond and other security as ed so ever since. mnAn that . vim .r..th..r rami
the Commissioner of Internal Re- The wisdom of dress, as oil
A Rowan countv farmer mak-
ing a speech to his Alliance
said: Let us, my Alliance breth
ren, raise the standard of iiitel
ligei ce and bring into our farm
work-inorj intelligence and 5kil i
and imu3e into every blow we
strike more physical energy and
soul vigor. To accomplish this
great end we should take a home
paper, write for it, and commu
nicate to each other our home
experience ami do a way with ou
old slip-shod methods.
Adopt this sugge.-tio:i, and
send lo The C.u caman for pub
lication any dMrn very r suc-
A NSW Ens TO PUZZLE.
An Enigma Blank I'oik.
Cross Work Water.
NOT II IS TAt'LT.
vftnnp. with the aDDroval of the U.no.,-n., al ,a inz-lnort in er may prout ii.eei..
manufacturer, wholesale dealer secretary of the Treasury, may pre- Soi0mon,tf experience He has some one else will show his aj
and retail dealer, it provides: scribe. (Section 17, lines 1-6.) . . t c t. 4rt tiiV n,P(.jatioh bv irivin ' -von th
(1) The manufacturer of com- Compound lard imported from left us tni a preci spt. Let tnj preciation by kivmn mi th
Tv.nnd Inrd immt urncire a foreign countries shall be taxed with garments always be white, and benefit of his experience.
. i a. - AA -,-. I 1 t- Ii tf h nn n lopir mtiT ! onT
i;.Ana ,,-inVi, .ln u tho au internal revenue lai. ui wuw ichuj ucaumvauu
7im ? fT per pound in addition to any import
rate of $100 per annum, but he ST. mnORed 0n the same. (Section
shall be entitled to such license n unaa ii i ThA 5 mill tax shall
be reDresonted by coupon stamps, trirty-nine years.
i - a. ft - a. I . - i 1...,, .f 4- !
The Farmers' Alliance of tbia
It is a long tim? to be married couuty had a lare meeting in
It is a bless- the Courthouse yesterday, which
Ttoi ".wr "."' " " . flnwftrs ninon ana tne oiras sin i Ders. wuo are vc y iituvu. iun
nio vuiuuiiDamoi ui xuvciiia. BAnaitiPs ot the mil are unusual, ana r ' . . . i.i .r.
Revenue. He shall also give a Tn everv resnect out of all propor- their little songs of happiness, eign cor. w u. Merger.
bond. (Sections, lines 10-16.) tin to any offense that may be and is sorrow and weep with
enmmitted. Thev ranee from 5o0 von when God's nana rests neav
i xjchvu 11 uuicaiu uutivii v 1 - ' . i 1 .... . . , , . . . 1
tnt li Via a manu FartnrAr lO M.UW IU amouui, auu luipiiav"- jy UPOn yOU.and ine Iieanar.ie.?, 18 BiriiiJiiK wini uwvii iisto aiuoi
a fnm HnH Aliavo fq tli. mnnipil tiAiirlv nil nar.
tt MO USCU ill I.IIO lUUIUlbluc auu me CAioiuig " .v.w0 - i o i - -
nrA fiAlAtprion to health " stamps tax on tobacco and snuff are ful, loving, wife to rejoice with! Alliance is remarKably slron
(section 3 lines 5 9 19 0 23 ) made applicable, as far as may be. you when the heart is happy in Wake, there being thirty su
a auestioi for the deckon of "T.nd varietv of the arei" h "'?J Hlt'if'n.e. :3.
shaiinaa nAcial tar nf S25 "c"1 . r"'r ani ma ciouas gamer ana iue
- vz: Rome instances DOirt lmprisonmem ,- a i
n annum aoxti.Mi i 1 nAai-7 7" ... u SUVCr COItl 13 lUOSoU aim
x j ry auu 1 1 1 1 1 , nin uiauua,uij
and shall sell in quantities not I court.
less than 50 pounds, and only
in original stamped packages Continued on j. ounh Page.
U'rt nan roi 1 1 nn nrMP(lpAt golden bowl is broken. Dr.
" v- v,v.. . htm L ir
iingsDury in yy limmgioii mes
the dangerous lard bill in thei
House aimed to destroy tho cot
ton seed oil Interest. Let the
combat deepenWil. Messea-
Ii.ethren and sisters," and
the patient old pastor buttoned
his threadbare coat closer about
hi spare form, "I notice that
Home ineino'rs oi me congrega
tion are shivering liom the
cold i siiouio naye replaced
the broken pane of glas. in this
window bfhintl me weeks ago
with rairs if they could have
been "-paied Jrotn the family
wardrobe. The collection for
fertign missions will now b
Fat Tom, the usurper has been
speechinaking at Pittsburg, Pa.
His "greatest effort" was a bili
ous tirade "against the Demo
c a'ic party and tho South. He
is a tr.eat overgrown epitome of
malignity and slander. He ought
to be "bottled up." Wil. Messenger.
The man who warns the radi
cal reformer against ''oing off"
half-cocked is usually a flint
lock blunderbuss that doesn't
"go off" at all until too late.
He" What a handsome horse
Popley drives." She "Yes; I
don't ee how he has managed to
remain single' so long." ,