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i-riiI.I.-irKI KVKKV THUIWDAY,
ISr MAUIOX IIUTLEK,
I-;.Vitr axid Proprietor.
- I.hw tln.s I'apcr to j'uurnciKh
!r ;m(l ml vise him to nub-
iItVIVJ caJ. lu.l vi.uti,
H.KSC rimyt a l't Sui;)c,
A,VKS nun) afail.r, !ou;c.
lHKM:itVl raary !I!?Iwwm,
il,4'l'KK u r tn av
Th t u t r t ? a( j-;u'r pl,
ouc the j-oj.:- a.-v anx vu ti.
-nlis.ription J'rico $.) )(;r ;VOL. VIII.
War, in Advance. I
CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1890.
, Ivtro Dornoornoy nd "XTCTixito Bupromnor.
! i :( ) FK88K )XA L COLUM X .
T U. ALLEN,
T V ATT'HtXKV-AT-LAW,
(Jolclsboro, N. J.
Will pnietice in Sampson county.
M. J. KM, M. f).
I'll YS1 ;IA N,S U KG KO N A M I ) KNTLST,
uiii. c in Ij (;'h Drug Store. jo7-lyr
A. STKVKNS, M. D.
I'nvsicrAN and Surgeon,
(Of lice over Post Oflice.)
ley -May be found at night at the
jvMilcniM- of J. II. Stevens on College
Street, je 7-lyr
Attounky and Counsell
or at Law.
Oilice on Main Street,
will practice In courts of Sampson nnd
adjoining counties. Also in Supreme
Court. All business intrusted to his
rare will receive prompt and careful
attention. je 7-lyr
Attorney and Counsell
or at Law.
OlHce over Post OHice.
Will practice in Sampson and sul-
-.iiiug count ii-.s. river attentive
,n I faithful to tlu. interests of all
cli. nt. 7-lyr
A -TMRNEY AND COUNSELL
OR at Law.
Otlice on Wall Street.
Will practice in Sampson, Bladen,
Pender, Harnett and Duplin Coun
ties. Also in Supreme Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
r-iv.'ii to all le;cal busines-s. je 7-lyr
71 HANK LOYETTK, D.D.S.
OIIk-o on Main Street.
Oilers his services to the people of
Clinton and vicinity. Everything
in the line of Dentistry done in the
Ik A style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Crtf My terms an? strictly cash.
Don't ask me to vary from this rule.
Sta'ik oe Ohio. :ity ok Toi.kho
i'muk ,1. Cheney inures oath that he
is the hi.; iur pastiier of the thin of F. J.
ClfbNl'Y & CO., doing busine'is in the
city of Toledo, county and State afire
said, and that said linn will pay the sum
of ON K IIUNDUKD DOLLARS for
each and every case of Cu.rurh that can
not he cured by IlAW,' C ATA Kit U
I l;K. FltAN'K J. (JllENKY.
S'Vdva lu before mo and subscribed in
i,iv presence, this Oth day of December,
A I)., l
Hall's CATAr.iiU Ckkk is taken m
trin illy and acts directly on the Mood
tmd mucus frtirfneea of the system. Send
for t.'.-tinionial-. free.
F. ,1. CHENEY & CO.,
N.ld hy Druggists, sU 75 cent?.
How much belter we would all he
if our complaining was all postpon
Is Consumption Incurable I
Head the following Mr. C. H. Mor-
ns, iSewaiK, .vr Kansas, says: "us
down with Abscess of Iungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
gan taking Dr. King's New Discov-
...... IV... Cnnuitmlifinll O IYI nrtW All I
111V. lll JULUmOl' vv"'"'l' - - - I
I 1U1 wuilumi'iiuii) " v. ........ - o
. ... k. nm r tn nvnriA
IIV I 1 1 1 I L U"l I IV ...... .'.v w . ,
. . . n
ll. v- nwiiv J .v.... - - ' I
u.nrr . v t'lrill It lUTIIO till.
est medicine ever made."
ti,..n Mi.i.iinu-nrt. ivdnr. Ohio,
. . . .x . . i x -ix..
Kind's New Discovery for Consump-
"-J " ' " I
tion 1 would have died ot ljung rrou-
hies. Was given up by doctors. Am
now in best of health. " lry bam
nle bottler free, at Dr. B. II. IIoixM-
Ii.w's Drugstore. Clinton. N. C. ; J.
II. Smith, Druggist, Mt. Olive, N.C.
A little religion in politics would
do some, trood : and wouldn't hurt
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song
of praise. A purer medicine docs
not exist and it i guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Hitters
will cure all diseases ot the Liver
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples,
Hoils, Bait lthcum and other affee
tioiw caused b impure blood. Will
.1rlv TMnlrfi frnm thf tvstfim and
prevent as well as cure all Malarial
feveis. For cureot Jieaaacne, con
stitation and Indigestion try Elec
tric Hitters. Entire satisfaction
guaranteed, or money refunded.
Price f0 cents, and 11.00 per bottle
Dr. K. II. llolliday's Drugstore,
Clinton, X. C: J. 11. Smith, Drug
git, Mt. Olive, N. C.
'( Sod .-hull i ie awav tears from off
lint-kirn's Arnica Salve.
Th.: hist Salv in the world tor Cuts,
Rr, iscs, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Kheum Fc-
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped llauds, Chil-
hlains. Corns, and all Sk:n Eruptions,
and positively cures rues, or no pay
require.!, it is guarantees to jjivc per -
feet satisfaction, or money rclunded.
tT7 V' nmSuf ninf S Y
Di . K. ii. IIolliuay, Clinton, and J.
t i a r a f 1 1 t .
mith, "rufKiai, aiouni wnve, . u.
Tobe joyous in sorrow we must
rewards awaiting the faithful in
" The declining Towers of old asre
mny be wonderfully recuperated and
sustained hy the daily use of Hood's
and churitv is the
S I thTGospel has
snirit of the flosnel
a verv little nlaee In some peonlo's
TUB EDITOR'S CHAIR
HOW THINGS LOOK FKOM
OUU STAND POINT.
The Opinion of The Editor and the
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
THE STATE CANVASS.
We regret to seeseveral of the pa-
Iers expressing themselves in the
manner of the following:
We are confronted by a problem
of no little difliculty How shall we
couduct this canvass? The difficul-
ty arises from the presence of a so-
crct organization whose plans and
purposes are hidden irom the public
tnu u in impossihic to tell whether I
the decisive battle of the camnain
is to be fought between Democrnt
and llcpublicaus, or between
Democracy and the Alliance.
We see but one way out of this,
muddle, and that is to nail the Dem-
oeratje colors to our mast and regard
all as political enemies who do not
our Hag. New Berne
It would be much better for a num
ber of editors and other people to say
ls unless they knew more than
they seem to about tin? Alliance and
the present situation. Whenever
the so-called "Democratic colors"
do not represent and include the
principles of the Alliance, than the
party is in a bad condition and needs
Iho work ot Punhcation
uuiiig on ani win ( onunuc mevi-
tably, notwithstanding a part of the
party is kickin-'. The onco halo. vio-.
On.lN an.l gnnn.l U,,1,1!nv 7.
t x ' ' r. J
irtmih oocome a uuio diseased
aim is noi aoie to light successlully
the battles that lie was wont to do,
the physician is applying tho remedy
and healing him, though against hb
will. Tho Alliance is the exponent
of pure Democracy in North Caroli
na ana oi good government every
where. Wo challenge any one to !
show a single one of the principles
of the Alliance that is not just
Then if any part or faction of the
party is not in accord with the Alli
ance it is best for us to say to them,
as Haunible did to the dissatisfied
portion of his army on tho Alps,
'Depart ! we will be stronger Avith-
outyou!" The Alliance is purging
and purifying tho party, it will join
the great Northwest and the South
into solid phalanx, which solid nha-
i -ii i t i i
laux will deliver this country from
the crushing oppression of the mon
ey power ot Wall Street.
who kick against this move know
not what they do.
ROBBING THE FARMER.
The gross robbery of the Ameri
can farmer in the name of protection
is shown by the difference in the price
ui utu.-uiiunu iiiijiiviui'uis suii'-
by American manufacturers and sold
in South and Central America and
the price which the larmer at home
is compelled to pay. Senator Vest
SOT1 t tn Biionos Avms and cot a list I
ii linens. in nraii Drug's l wiiilii i
g f I
ii . ai a? ..-1.1X1
I II R U Tl U'l C!S II MM 1 1 1 ClllfUl KOIU LIltMU. I
. T ! . . .
the presumption being tliat the whole
sale prices arc considorablv less. In
u: , r,u ik t,. a r.- I
presented the result of his inquiry
as uuows :
Auvamo Plow. f ! SIS
H:iy teddlor, 3n 45
Mow it, 40 h)
Horse Jluko, 17 2.
Cuiainings' feed cuttor.Xo. 3, CO !0
aViiii Arhor euttcr, .No. I, 2S (
Cultivator, 'ii 30
The American farmer might per
tinently ask if tho protected manu
facturer can atlord to sell a plow to
the houth or Central American far
mer for S9, why can't he afford to
sell the same kind of a plow at home
for Ions than $1SV If he can sell a
mower down there for ?10, why
charge tor the same kind ot a
mower here? And so on through
the list; and the manufacturer could
n't give him a truthful, satisfactory
answer to save his life. There is but
one answer and that is that protec
tion gives the manufacturer a mo
nopoly of the homo market and en-
ab,lc to change what he pleases
If we knew just how much more
protection makes us pay on every ar
tide we buy lhar it is worth, set
,Wn tho omnnnt ,m.i at. ..,i
.. ...V- .... V ...... c.v H.'O V.
i , -a , , ,
j v. ,.unviUUl,jM
lociiy astonishea to see o how much
momy we had been robbed to make
thc manufacturer rich, we could then
account for the millions they make
in a year.
Mr. McKinlev's heart is swol-
len and sore, and Lis epiglottis
cir.va Hnmn .irin , ? ,
mK8 aown Willi a pop, lien, lie
cb jil. xjiuanc? uiumg. me
1 nanu-wnuiig ii on me wan in
Kansas, in letters six vards liii?h.
not M&her thnn they are
. , , ."? . ,
i i 1 1 lt t iix ii. i t imuuii f iiiuuririifi
by Senator Plumb after the peo-
I pi a of that State took him by
the nose and turned I113 eyes in
the direction of the awful in
The Railroad Commission of
Georgia is dearer and more yal
uable to the people than any
otller department of our State
Government. J. S. Candler, 80-
I lici tor-General
TAX ON COITON I MX
The 3IeKinlvy Bill Puts a Tax of
!:$ IVrCcnt oitTIiciu.
In tiie Senate on last Friday Sena
tor Butler took Senator Aldrieh and
Ilepublican party to task for this
high-handed piece of roblery direct
ed against the Southern farmer. We
clip the following iYom the Con
gressional Record :
The tariff bill Vils then taken up.
the iending paragraph being hoop
hand, scroll or other iron or steel, to
which Mr. Butler liad nnVroil vftrr.
day an amendment (in placeof cakes)
providing that such hoops used for
balintf cotton hall not be taxed at
tne rilte of 2, Ier ent ad valorem
ttho P1"3" rate.) Mr. Butler ppoke
10 ni amendment and inquired or
Mr Al(lr,ch as to the rate of duty at
wllK'n cotton ties were taxed under
J1V vn?s iinuniimi uiu raiu
was 1 cents per pound o:i hoop
with 2-P) cents additional when cu
lnto lengtlis lor baling purposes,
maKiug tne rate on cotton tieftl 3-1U
mits Pr Yound or 10.3 per cent ad
valorem. He aked Mr. Aklrich
whether an increase ot the duty had
lcen demanded by anybody.
Mr. Aldrieh replied that the in
crease had been demanded ever since
the unjust decision of the Treasury
Department that cotton ties were
subject to a tax of :ir per cent ad
Mr. Butler Then 1 understand
that the increased duty has been put
on by the committee at the instance
of a few persons enratrod in the
manufacture of the ties in this coun
Mr. Aldrieh This rato is suggest-
Lho f()Jnmittoe believed it to bo the
proper rate and because it equalizes
the rates on ties used for one pur-
pose with those on ties used for an
Mr. Butler Then this high tax
has been put on cotton ties by the
Furnace Company of its own motion
without suggestion from a human
Mr. Aldrieh As the Senator evi
dently desires to have it that way, I
will not contradict him.
Mr. Butler declared that the pro-
jK)sed duty on cotton ties was noth
ing more nor less than a deliberate,
U'illltni) mnrn rti" rnhherc iinrl La nrrv-
dieted that if it were carried out,
enabling combinations and trusts to
put a corner on cotton ties, the farm-
crs of the South would return to tho
use of rope to bale their cotton.
lurther on in the discussion Mr.
Butler said that what he complained
of was that the proposed tax on cot
ton ties would be prohibitory, and
that acombination would be termed
to put up the price. That was the
iniquity, encrmif y, outrage of the
bill. He declared that there was
nothing farther Irom his purpose
than to injure any manufacturing m
(Wrv ;, , Jt)lo TT;to,i stw w i
dustry in the United States, but he
could not support a proposed increase
ui uuiy uu ues. J.i was nub uiuiiu
statesmanship, nor honest, to select
one class and bleed it to death m or
der to enrich another class.
Cedah Creek, N. C, Aug. G, '90
Mk. .Editor: As l have seea
nothing from Cedar Creek of late in
, . . . . .
hie Caucasian, 1 write a sew lines.
Crops are fair in this section.
ml ... j . . . .
--"t,y m vi nmv, ii""''v
. . ... .
hn nhiinitinf lnt narlv lArn Cll TTi roll
-'!.. r. a i .ii l xl.
iiuuiniiuu, uu v-viw ok..v.i,i.
some irom me ury weauier, auu ui
continuous snowers seems xo oe m-
i fin nor pnttmi iiavv hiir wo hfiTW tor
1 A I" . .
pretty iair tiops
'l'.l 1AA I IT w
Talking politics seems to be the
order of the dav at present. The
nomination of Mr. B. F. Grady for
Congress seems to tnve universal
satisfaction. Our conuty conven
tion conies off next Saturday, the
9th inst., aud there is much interest
manifested as who shall be the ?an
didates for the various offices, and
we ao not lacK lor aspirants, it
seems there is no trouble to find
plenty of men the-e days wanting
office. I hope the men who will
compose that convention will be do
liberate and nominate men who are
capable, good and true to the people.
1 must express my appreciation of
the sermon of Dr. 13. F. Marable,
which I read in Tiie Caucasian of
31st ult. Never miss a chance ot
giving us such sermons as that to
read in your Jpaper, they will do
much good and you dserve much
credit for reporting them. I would
here were more such sermons
preached and reported. That ser
mon was able and sound to the core.
Dittle Ella Williamson, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus William
son, of Aicuaniei's townsnip, your
count , is visiting friends and rela
. , ,
lives at mis iiiact', auu you are uware
th samoson countv is noted for
sweet cirls. and I assure you she is
not an exception to the rule.
Miss Minnie-Jjawnom, ot Hamp
son county, has recently spent two
weeks at this place, visiting Miss
Ida X . Itich. All were delighted
with Miss Alinme, Dut most especi-
ally ome of the young gentlemen
of.f1he neighborhood, who, I think,
will soon be visiting in your county,
Well 3 can,t biauie them, for she is
indeed a charming young lady
Kev. J . u. Fisher win commence
a protracted meeting at Cedar
Creek Church on the fourth Sunday
nio-ht in thLs month.
Pflrhfli Pnousrh for this timft. af.
ter saying success to The Cauca
siax mid threo cheers for TIr. liutler
for the Senate. (Wish our people
up hero were in the county so we
could vote lor him.)
It is said that the Star-eyed
aao iuoks seveuieeu yarS
younger than she did before Sec
Goddess look3 seventeen years
reutry niamp wruio ma reuiuru
' 1 -
NEWS OF THE WEEK
THE WORLD'S EVENTS GATHERED
IN SMALL COMPASS.
rtest Happenings at Home and Abroad
Collected and Presented in Terse
and Readable Form.
from an oerlose of chloral
The wheat crop ot Minnesota nnl iho
Pakotas is ?Htimalfcd at 01,000,000 LuJieU.
The Arnold Block in Chicago wus
burin-d on Saturday night Los, $133,-
. n explosion in a Btonc quany at
tlicensl-urg, liuL, last week, killed seven
llichnrd Stile3, cot fined in jail at Cam-
don. N. J., committed suicide bycuttinff
Mrs. llt'ltocca Cabk), ntolhcr of Georgo
"V. Cahl:', dil t her home in North
ampton on Thursday last.
AliriiniS. lIoiitand ex-Secretary of
W'hi K idicott returned to America in
tho Etrur.a Sunday morning.
?f. JliHU'rigo Vallintier, a resident of
, i leportoil to lmvo died on Sat-iifti-r
:x compulsory fast of 43
The United States warship Bnltimnro
ariived oil Nantucket bar early Sunday
morning with President Harrison on
Sarah Althea Hill, hy a decision of the
court, will have to pa 2,207 costs in
h h; tost unit to recover a portion of tho
.'.my Melzdorf confeKS-yl to putting
arsenic i i the coirceof n Pulti more fam
ily, two mcmhciri of which have died
from the iv)isfi',
lien an R. Baldwin, vice consul for
lvnny years for the governineuts of
iSrazil, S; ain, Portugal, and Uruguay,
died in Richmond. j
Ton acres of lumlwr were consumed,
together wiili 40 freight cars, in the fire
of Fit.-:! .iiM.n.s & Council, Chicago, last
week. Los J0,C00.
Andrew l-esen cut the throat aud
horribly mangled tlw body of Emma
Andeis'Mi. at Ixorthville, Conn., leeuuse
ehe refiiM-! lo marry hiih.
Three women s.i.uggler.-?, passengers
en the Al;us':a, were arretted i:i New
York. A large quantity of silk was
found concealed in their hustles.
Reynold:, the nt t'-Saulsbury candi
date fi.r the De.nocratic guhernaiojial
HOinination in Delaware, carried Kent
county at Saitir lay's primary tlections.
The census returns' gl: ? Arizona pop
ulation, i ot inc'u iing Indians, of 57,
000; tho ;Jnvo largest towns being Tucson,
0,183; l luenix. 3.115, and PieSL-ott, l,tl;l.
In a riot at Shui ter, Tex., State Il;iuger
J. F. Caves wiw instantly killed by
Mexican outlaws. Deputy Sherill Leo
returned I he fire, killing one of the
The Ioldrey family, of Sunman, Ind.,
of whom there are five, have fallen heirs
to 4,000,0 K) apiece, after years of litiga
tion over property left hy their great
A wharf at Portsmouth, N. II., on
winch O. F. Phil brick & Co. 's coal pock
ets were located, gave way, carrying the
bui'dings and over 7."),000 tons of coal
into the river.
The Boston police have arrested Fred.
O. Simonds, aged 14, son of officer Si
monds, of Chelsea, on the charge of hav
ing attempted to derail thc Flying Yan
kee i rain last Wednesday.
George L. Schuyler, of New York, a
guest of Commodore Gerry, on the flag
phip Electra, of the New York Yacht
Squadron, off tho Pequot House, New
London, was found dead in his cabin.
Cap: ain II. T. Coffee, a Chicago cap
italist, sent a challenge to II. G. Allis, a
prominent railroad man of Little Rock,
Ark. The latter declined to fight a duel.
The affair grew out of a railroad deal.
A circular was recently sent by Gov
ernor Abbott, of New Jersey, to Grand
Army post offering State ail in prov
ing veterans' pensions under the recent
law, ithout expense to the applicants.
During a severe tempest at North Ab
ington. Mass., lightning struck the dwell
ing of Thomas Sheridan, and Mary Quig
ley was instantly killed and Sheridan,
his wife, ami young son were badly in
A small riot occurred in New York
cilv on S .nday between striking cloak-
makers and some unsympathetic stable
men enga ge. I in business near their meet-
i . - 1 . Jl
ing hall, rwerai men were uauiy in
The strike at the rolling mill of tho
Catasauqua Manufacturing Company,
begun five weeks ago, has ended, the
men accenting the company's proposi
tion to pay the Philadelphia scale of
Governor Campbell has challenged tho
editor of the Philadelphia Press to give
his authority for saying that he proposed
to dLpcrse Federal officers with militia
if there was any attempt to inforce tho
force bill He denies the report
AVhili- workmen were digging a trench
ct 50 I".l"zilth street, New York, they
came aero-a two human skulls and a lot
of human bones. The place where they
were found is just back of a notorious
lie which was once kept by Billy Mc-
There has l?en filed at the State De
Turtment, in Washington, a copy of the
uen-.Htid made bv the Pacific Mail Steam-
: hip Cmpanv n Guatemala for an in
demuii v of $500,000 for the seizure of
munitions of war from the steamship
Genera! Morritt, commanding the De
partment of Missouri, has been in
structed t prepare for a probable out
break ;.mcng thc Indians of the Chick
asaw Nation, in the Indian Territory.
He has accordingly ordered two compa'
nit s fotn Little Rock to Fort Gibson, and
two troop of cavalry and two of infan
try are held at Fort Leavenworth await
ing orders to move.
One thousand ho.s cattle are said
to bav j dixl in Butler and Elk counties.
Kui sas, from Texas fever, and the dis-oa-:-'
i; a;readi'g. It is claimed that
30.000 cattle recently itnpbttad an.l rep
resent 1 to be from Arizona really came
Tho first bale of Alabama cotton of
thi season was received in Montgomery.
It v .-aa clashed strict middling and sold
for pi cents ier pound. The first bale
of nw Georgia cotton wap received in
urdifiuiy ' w 1 1 for 12 cent. p.;: p und.
J d;u. Ihirhnrr. Acting in 1 31 w
ter . Cm- In U-j.-:id -nt Ord -r Fnv S , n
of !-r;i.'l, ;it a i'vlri' iiMtiii in Tro . X.
Y.. a h Usl Hussiau IIctrcws lli jr t
Aii. rica o:i atvouiUof Uu-isLin trranuy
to a "id ttio t4.iclii:igs of Aliirchi-t ilful
:.ni::ilt; with the it!o of tle Unilcl
. Ill-- jj;r:at Muun lirottiers Jfc Wilkj
rarich :: I cattl-. in Texao were .1 1 at
public uiK tin t HiitLsfy a nu:nl r of
jHd;ju-!iti against t!u firm. The wind ?
outfit was pjirchas'd by J. IT. Hill, of
R-icksale. V. N. Mayfield, nn I A S.
V.,iti er. of HLirton. isad J It .. f
Colorud i. Tex., for '$100,000 Tin? s.ile
tratwt,'rred 12.001 )n-al of c-sittl-. .00
horses, and 5j,U.K) ncrw of land, mostly
in llockeley county.
Diphtheria is raging at U.Vi Bay, a
flh:ng settlement on the L-il.rador coast.
'1 lie Pope will build anew palace in
the Vatican gardens for a summer resi
The Empress of Gernwmy has given a
reception to tiie memliem o the Inter
national Medical Congress
Forty thousand people t'k irt in r.
Socialistic deiuoustra-ion in Brussels in
favor of universal suffrage.
The apple trnde of Nova Scotia h;is in
creased in the last year from .1.000 bar
rels to 4.030 IkutoIs exported.
II. M. S. Tamar, c irrying the disgraced
Second Battaiion of the En.rlish Grena
dier Gu.-udr, ha. arrived at Bermuda.
Five thousand dollars sjientfor !l rs
nline at a London party is said to ch ir-ncterb-e
tlw general prodigality of the
Ilw KreivcJi wnate. votcl lK,itM0 frainv
for the ivtablishment of
the entrv of
Colonel Moialei IV-iuiu l z m h.en
)U'tH'laimol profiident i.f the republic of
lVm, vice Geneial ( Yiceres. u h:t' tei in
The cholera is spreading tluoughout
Egyj t. and 155 tleaths are rojoitol in
one day. Tliere are grave fears that the
Booui'go wiH ,airied into EurojK- by
fleeing pil;i inw.
A w;i;;ori con'ainitig 1 loa.s!ire seek
ers was thrown dovn an embanVmont
by a riuiiiway t ( h unowul 1, (..rma:iy.
Five iorsons weie inst..ntly killed and
fioveiid others fatally wounded.
Ail iJliri's Uain rolie 1 dovn an em
bankmen' a; Biel's Station. Austria,
throwing thro.' ems into i stream. The
los of life is unknown, owing to olUeial
reticence, but it is roughly estimated at
The te-vith International Medical Con
gress ojene 1 in Berlin Two thousand
five ah id rod Gorman aid the same num
ler of foivig.i iUK;tors are present, in
clu Ung 5 Anioricaiis.
Femaie slavcH are stili givei t thc
P'l.tan m oi.l ttm- j-xmijt. An rxq'lis-it-lv
l'aiUilu'i j'iil of 10. a Georgian,
t.iiit his aunt -e.'it 1 him, wa.i taken to
the Yidiz Kiosk in a gilt coach escorted
by a troop of gigantic eunucim.
monuiiiout to t!i? steiiograplior (5a-
belslx-rger unveiled at Munich on
Sunday. Ad lres.es were delivered by
the hie goMiiister and del.gtes f-om
shortluiiid societieti of Europe and Amer
ica, ail eulogizing Gabelsliergor and his
In the house of commons Sir James
Ferguson, under foreign secretary, said
in reference to the order to enforce the
Russian edict i of 1S32 against tho Jews,
that the British government could not
interfere with tle czar's treatment of
Thomas Wickers, a tradesman at East
bourne, England, recently attempted
suicide by driving four long nails into
his head, enotrating his brain. To the
amazement of the dot-tors. Wickers has
completely recovered. The case is ith
out parallel in medical annals.
Tiie National Association of British
and Irish Millers report a decide I in
crease in heat productions in Russia,
Roumania, Austria, and Hungary. Tlny
think that America is approaching tlu
time when she must ooasalerably in
crease her wheat acreage or cease to lie
a wheat exporting country, sucti will be
tho home demand.
A luirty of Aral met and defeated tho
Morocco army at Aitensi with cou-ndor
ai-le loss. One hundred and twenty cap
tures taken by the rebels were put to
deatli. The son of the governor, who
was also captured by thc rebels, was
compelled to eat toasted portions of his
A Gliaetlj- Find at Memphis.
A series of murders have recently
taken place in Memphis, Tewu. and ift
causing considoraMe agitation. During
the j ast weeks the Ixxlies of eight mur
dered infants Lave been found, and the
discoveriea have lcen of a most ghastly
nature. So far tho authorities have
taken no steps to capture the murderers.
The newspapers are demanding an inv s-
tigation.and calling upon the officials to
either take some action toward bringing
the villains lo justice or resis'i. A inasa
meeting of citizens to raise funds to
proseeute the investigation is called for.
A Meellns of Mr. Jonen's I'arly.
A meeting of the National Greenback
ers and otliers who are iu favor of tho
Govern: i. eat isMiinjr full legal tender
notes (greenbacks) in payment of its cur
rent expenses until the.r volume is at
least $50 per capita of population, will be
held at the Grind Central Hotel, C07
Broadwuy, Kew York city, at 8 p. in. on
Friday. August 15, to appoint delegates
to the National Greenback conference, to
te held at Indianapolis, Ind. , on Wed
nesday, August 27, 1890.
Dr. Sheldon's EoormoiM F
What is believed to be tie largest fee
ever paM to a physician in a single case
was paid by J. II. Flagler, one of the
Standard Oil kings, to Dr. G. G Sheldon.
A dearly beloved daughter of Mr. Flag
ler, who afterward died while cmising
on a yacht in Southern waters about a
year ago, was lingering between Mo and
death. There were not more than two or
three chances out of a hundred that sha
would ever be able to leave her bed alive.
The devoted father announced that if Dr.
Sheldon could relieve tSe suffering ip
his child and aid her in recovering ba
would give him the largest fee that w&s
ever paid a physician. - Miss Fiagle
rallied and finally was able to leave her
bed, and in the course of time was suffi
ciently strong to drive out The young
heiress to several millions lived to enjoy
her great wealth for a long time after
this, and Dr. Sheldon was presented with
$250,000 worth of stock tn the Standard
AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL
Latest Doing in the fn-11 of fedef.il
Leziilation Mid Pul'.tiCi
Tfie tariff 1 ill " jus li- id an-1 some
progress wa.4 made on tiie tet of the
bill. No 1; than twci.ty of jvar.v
graplis were Jiicnssed ml Jxtf..il.
Practically no prognvs wa mude on tiie
tariff hill during the latter jmrt of the
week. The conference report on the
fortification bid was agreed Uj. Tl
conference repot t on the sundry civil bill
was dLicusetf at nrnch h-ngiti. and tiie
bill was or-lrd to a further conference.
IIOCSK OF HEPKESENTATTVKA.
Tiie general deticiwicy approfirLitUm
bill w;n preentl Monday. Mwra,
Rogers, of Arkcns.is, and Breckinridge,
of Kentucky, attacked the Sjiealier, who
wim defend.Hl by Mcusri Henderson, of
Iowa; iViiiMln, f Maine, aivl others.
It -present Hive Taylor introilipK in
Kie Hou' a iH pr.n idnr for the estab
lishu:4tt of a ltieo mail sTeamships be
twieii Tema, FJa., ntr AhinwU, Cen
tral Aineiku. "nomlay Iiepretetita-
tive Morrow, of ( i.iiforni l, frnn the
committer in foreign affairs, reported to
the IlLxwr." his bill ti ahoo!uU-ly prohihit
th ? (vuiiiiy 4 ChiiKVie p'rwii into the
UnitM S'.afo . Chairman Jlitt pn'MiUsl
a di isr-nting rnirvait v rep,iit The ie-
oiuti'-ii f an inv. v. ig::t.-i of tin? in
crnis i f fi f in.- nt th.- Kiftery Navy
Yard. s!i"itly ! I nc a Sc.-iti ehx tioii,
wa. ah-4 'l. Th majoiitv leiioi t of
tiie imiiKUs. . le'tiofv, in tiie Chiv-
ton Bk 'ckinridgo conti-jU, ;kS4ii)Mnitt-l.
-In committ' U the u holit t-lto gen
ial ik fiei?!icy b:Ji w;is li (mstvl.
Tivefiday tho ?i.'i,'il d.-fk?iencv bill wai
NtUioitiil ' iiltil NoUn.
Tl' Piev-i k'lit Jk-isnjijiroved tho
Hfll p!u k;kge" bill.
Thy Divottnr of tiie Mint has Iwii in
formal tiat $2.-i0,O0 in gold Uir wore
jxiid exit nt t'.M a;!, oflico in New York
for shipiiHtit to Em i".
Tiie Treasury Th nu tineat has aw;-rdeI
tie contract for tte construction r.il
midnteiKme for ok year of a lL:ht Ikhi?
at Oi? r D am.m l Shoal, oil Oqe Hat-
ti4iis, t Aiider.-m At Burr, of Jersey
ity, N. J., u; -i:j,.'xk).
Tle Navy IX-pfirtaieiit Ium received a
telegram ii.'itn Chief Engin ht Wilson, nt
San Frain ico(is folio a s: "Smu Fr ux-k-eo
ran 5 hours iaturd:ly, 7 ho.ns Su..l.iy;
steam uj. to P! ) pounds; revohitio s. W;
maximum v.n n.im. 27 ami 2i; two liil-
ers lortvd dia i ;fit, hiilf-iiu h prestms
engine woi-kiiLg s:iKhly a"l well."
Tiie .'Secret n y of Win, in nnjXKise lo a
rosovutioji, lki.i sent ti the kte a ro
port UKilo by Colonel Poo, tlie eiiKir.er
ofU'cr in clwir. re of the lock iU. Siinit Ste.
Mario. G)i . i"l Po rep n ts to t e S'o-
vAnrT titnt tU net ( ?:it. oxxmexl n 4 p.
a. July 01, ;n! tlsit i ir or live Imiuts
l:pl !'liiv h l:ivr dd rovch tho
iro'.ieii valvt The lv k u clicu ami
punipol out. aikl t!i" va!v- t.ikeixit nnd
repitt-ed. Ve.-:sels ate n-" pissing.
joiin isovi.r: om;kii.i,y ik,d.
MuI1ofi ritwliii; Away I tho JrKU I'oct
.hJin Bovle O'Reilly, the imkI and li-
tor o the Boston I'Hot, died twnH-nly of
limrt ftiihive nt his &um.ner rceidieo in
Hull. Ilnm., atxH'.t 1 o'clr-? SuiMhiy
morning, ftj.tnr.hky lie wap his h-sk
in tho rilct ofiicc tipparcnflv in the U-st
of haltli. Saturday evening Ids !rot!ier
rn law, John R Murpliy, wa M Mr.
C?Roilhr'P lwxiK; iu Hull, mwl at
10.30 o'clock, ho returiHtl to tU- Hotel
Pemlnton, whev lie U sto( ping, Mr.
O'Reilly acoon jkvov1 him.
Dur Mr. O Rxlly s ah-nnoe his wife.
who is Mi iiivoJid, retirol. SU Mvoke
botweoii 2 and 8 o'clock, and, noticing
tliat Ik hnsljand lad ikj retinal, sU-p-pexl
into tlw sittin ; rxmi. w.nrc slie
found him, nppar- y asksi, in an ony
cluiir, with one h.ual resting i a U1I1V9
near vi ojion liookaud in tiie oilier hand
a lwrtlv siivokovl cigar.
Slie wiit u 1 to bio to firoiii him, and
nu'diuil H tuumvxical. but aJl e-
fo-tis ti it.i,u.;cltrite him w"-re ki voin.
Mr. 0'Rm1!v h;vs be4si a sullerer from tn
iffroUl ot ti' ti?ort Ir netMd yeirs
im! for whim? ti'iie pat lin Umi afihclod
vitu nMiMiKi. l m? r. p nt fc tlmt nn
ovordaw of chloral t'ikoti to 1 kVueo
shsni was tlM? imnvofi;kto anw o hki
oath. Mrs. O'Reilly has l n an inva
Sid t t years, aiwl is Cfsi:peteJy pio.
iiitiil l.v tier u r -rivemiii. in- i-o-iv
of Mr. O'R' ill was eo nored his lafo
winter in Chaihtiwn.
K)llit Alt,- IVMttvHl.
Li I tie Fn-tuMi, h; 10 yoors, Vmgh-
ter of lH r ri'Mna4i, win tiirown
from a onrriiKje t Ciatiil Pa,, Sat
urday night mv )md 5'r n.-ct lokea
She ix-i to mi tutei.di'ur a festtvul at
S,flsb-n yviik, and was rl timing liome,
wlieti tho enrrfcas. m winca sin; wm
seated ww run rut 1 bv a runa-wiv team,
To save herself she I'ViiikhI froxn tlK?
carriage with faOi! i'ilti.
(Vti-fMiui wmn II) in.
Ctirditwil Newnirui is sriOUsiv ill at
lHrmiriilMia ith p;i u nonia. Extreme
mctiou hai tHii ad.i iiiLsterel niwl t.M
piuyers of t? churciM's for his lecovery
3k.ltiuiur.-. August 11. Hour firia
Howard itwvt r.nd Western u;er.,
.il.tk do. x.-a. a.Wa4,15; . ia fam
ily, 4 l'):i.iV ciry culls. Iio brands.
extra, o 1 ta.).-; winter wi.jut. iKiV nt,
.1 u0ao.&: spring ,o. .! 1.. 3. ws a.4; Xh
lx slrauht. 4,5 ) a 4 7). d 1. Jo eytrn,
4f0a4 3) Wheat So-.it'ierr, firnl;
Fult.. il hOT: Lf-Uiiy. 9r a I); No. 2,
W: AfliiKT No. 2 r--l. tri; 'A'oiirn
stronir: No. 2 winter rl, ud Aug
ust. 0H: 9eA-.iNr. ftTt": fX.-ber.
ft?: Dcctvi 101. O rn-r r.tliorn
fina: wbit. ."WaOO: rtliow, .5.io8
Wistx r i. sfro-ie: mixe l. t. 34 1 bid
August, 53 a -I; Sp'emuer, Si't bid
&iiiii)kv W mil o.i. Oats retixu un
graded S'iurlrn and reniwylvanla. 4$a
4G: d-v i-.4ern wiiit-. Haw, ao. aa
inix"d. 42a41: crrvW. N . 2 whttft. 44
d-v do. mixed. 44: new white, 41 a 43; da
mixed. 4'ia 12. Eye fir .-i. Ihy atotvly
nrniie ro choice ti i-ouiv, 11 waliOJ.
I'rovLsious fairlv r.ctive. Ot'ier articles
Tobacco a Ilineljr."
A nut p-:ck, a pointed ice chipper, and
other instruments of tiie sort sometimes
inflict ugly wounds. A bit of tol-aoco
work3 wonders for small flesh wounds
of this sort. Tiioroughly w et and bound
on directly it charms away soreness, pre
vents all annoyance and saves thumb or
finger even f roui needing to be done up
in the usual bit of w hite rag longer tlian
over night Rwtfin Transcript
1 1 xroKAt-uic imirt.
The- Kiu: .- UvLvsd w lu I Ll? con
iron ituiiket it Mtn
and cxi it.-d.
Mr. Hci.ty Her-rt Bvram. ttt in
chi.f tf tl Pittstmrc fkromirtr-Ttlf
ftvtl'h, dkd Saturday aftrrnoun of tr-
I' ll uetmioii i, after an lllrHs.n if
alut three week.
A of utirnng ixuUU ltweu
Ametican aud Kii(;lih amateur athl. Uu
is promised in meetings for which r
langeincnts nro now in procrt' bv the
Manhatt.ui Athletic Club, of NVw Yoik.
l i.ith. r mui iiiortf erkius trouble hiM
broken out tuuong tU' tni tuN-rs of th
army m-rviee cvwpn at Chatham. A
numln r of m u of lutroerw wvre hacked
a pic. Thiw of tho loiwWr of th
mutiny hw UncrteL
Ri luge at Liliertad, Salvador, from
Gautamela tntiuue to briuir noma of
the revoluti'itiary Mate of the capital
f t at country. It is aoid that Barilla
haM.gon tsi to Vue ateriaig., hU luilhd
city, to nstiiime jvrsonal control
(Joternor Warren, of Wyoniug. in Ir-
injC darijerousIy ill w iih congtion of
the braliu IFU sickneAi aerioualy ujet
ixilitical calculations on bin part. Ho
wan to have b.vn pLie-tl at the head of
the ticket to U nominated tln-re Monday.
jiirty of BaliuiiM emiM.iyeil in the
brick j ard of Mrv,iu Wuihbuni Br., at
Ila : w, N. Y. eiigae.l i,i a d.uieo in
the ier of a i n1 niii Sundav nlirht. Near
midnight a prinel enueil in uhiih
khitcs, ttletUii, and pinNils were fretdy
us-d. One of the men v as kilhsl mid
another fatally ouiidL Four of the
Italians engage! in Uie alTray havi
male their escaixv Coroner Kemhln
will hold an iuiiitt
A lawyer from Stillwater, Oklahoma,
namoH Nathan Blix k diiaipHiro'l a week
ago, after committing sovend forgeries
on firms in Guthrie, and detective have
since lioen looking for him. S.itiirday
he was recognised by un oflhx-r at HI
muuds. lb; was dresl im a trnmti.
The oi!leer culled upon him toaurrenJer.
lock ran away. Tfie officer purud
dm and fircl tverul shot, one of which
took cfT-s-t in IUiick's foot Atlhi-t junc
ture Bl k drew his pistol, the wiHiMin
was dhschargeil. and Block fell d-xid in
the street. It is not known whether he
t himself jnirpvly or accidental.
He w.us froi.i Bullulo. N. Y.. aud bt-
;iged to a promiiKiiit f-amily Uiere.
Till-: MIW VOI K CENTIUL llTIilKIC
Threat 1 hul All the Huu.lt Will lt
The sti ike on the New York Central
Railroad, which U-au on PiWlay idght
host, ntill cont'.niiiM, and has extended
U' whole length of the hue to PulTalo.
It luw pixl'.nid a wrioui ntU of alfaim
for Kn.s(orii trnvler and abiiitier
the wh4e cvnmtry. Sun-
hiyH Lv(l .iuiit to th,- tluool utuitii
by the Kui.htH.if L:ilnn lender to ti" up
cvi-ry raiiKKid running out r-f N.ew Yoik
iMyxiu.--' Viix; Pr.ideot Webb refused to
Iwii.-i-t or iiriiilr.Ue the in.'ito. AlfriiDi
were fjuict in ioik city, l ut at
Syra'MW..' a moS held the yiirln in spite
f the militia, n:vl were not dislodged
until evening. The iitincitgr-r wrvioe
r;ui peiwrally leuiii.l, although subj-;t
ti long delay.
Men hiiVN- lxei mcurel to take tho
placon of many of llie Btriliiiig yard and
tniiu men, '.Kit with indifferent i"ilt .
11w regular scIkiIiiK of pnsueng.r trains
whs run 0:1 Su.iday, with adelay of from
oik) to four limn-, and tin' Western trains
were bunch I. O i the Wot Shore tho
parner tianov.n run with Hiiglit d v
lav from lack of switchmen. NoatUinnf
was made by tl railncKl rmipnny to
move Pe freight w in Uie yanl in and
adjacent to New York, it they gave no-
tKx .U1.1t an nUciiint woiild be ma I? to
atari tiie freight trafiic 5lmday, an I tho
Ilioo will giwwd the new employee. In
AUuuy the freight will Ik- movisl on
Toetwlay. At Iluffalo the freight wai
unmoved, but uiKeiig"r trufne w.n aent
General Master Workman PowcU-rly
knowH nothing ofll -ially ot the t ike.
Ho luks infonne a ifwiortor tlmt tlio
wholo thuur "U purely in Uie h;iiU of
tike local liMiict tuitil they uk f-r iui
pitnec. Tlieu tiie (lenernl EKeciitivu
Board mutt itM cmi tho matter. " The
General Executive Board meet in I-
troit thi week, where ttouitf actim nuiy
Nothing develojieil Monday or Tues
day. Mr. Pepew wan not !.'ird from vj
to date. The ongiiioeri and firenvn dil
not strike a w;a exjit &ed. Tito, engin
eers UieKuixhtrtof Lalior weut hick
on tliem in tiie Burlington and Q iincy
strike and now titer d uot feel diniKiwxl
to lieln Ute Kni.rlit. Tae New iork
Central frciglt yarls an glntnl wiUi
2.000 freiuht cars. Few Iraina are on
time and miwiv are laid off altogether.
At Svracuj a mob of strikers inir- vl tlifl
freight yards Sumlay and for 4" hour
were in jiiriion. although troop were
called out to dislodge them, (jroverm-r
Hill pronit3.l all State aid po.ut4e to
pn tect tle protierty erf tlte nl. llw
New York Central otilciaL-4 ko.p their
oouraze ur. lut the rood U Imdly crin-
fttoriu mi LtMia- Island Bnt.
A nwvtt t- rrific thumler torm swept
Iwfcr I.ViiiKl Smnd Sunday afternoon.
and cr. havoo alon; tiie -iire. Tiie
sU-rm wad jitecjHl 'd by wind and acooni
PiiuhmI by rain nnd haiL At TfiiraUe
Island treoH wcr uprojted and tim win
dows of the cottages blown to. Ilai!
sronc ms Lirjro aa walnuts fell for half
an hour. The Kteamer Margaret, with
iKK) excursionist on loard, wm caught
in the storm j'ist off tiie Crawford Deooou,
and there w;j a jmnic on board. Whrn
tho btorni came ujon her the captain
headed tlic liont out into tiie sound.
Women clung to men or droipod to the
wet dsck nnd praj'ed for deliveranc?. In
tiie midst of the storm a catboot contain-
in Contain Knowlea, of Sliort Beach,
was 1 nn down and stove in. From all
the east ahore as far aa New London rv
nortaof a terrific storm are received
Trees wore prostrated and w indows of
dwellings Mown m. Crops. riecially
corn himI UibaccJ, in southern and tsoutli-
cat-tem Connecticnt are ruined, .
Balloa Caasbl Fir.
In making an ascent at Columbua,
Ohio, Profeeeor Walker Steele, tle para'
chuto jumper, dLscovered his balloon t
be on fire just as it was act free. lit
leaped on tho roof of a tall building ovet
which he wan passing at the time, falling
35 feet Aside from being slightly cut
and bruied lie wan not Injured
T& LeeBmi in a precarioua atate 4
health, and ft la fcarMtA wfll not ionjl
G- W. JUDD,
rA W at iti'M?t.
Shipment i.f V taM- and Ktu?
Hckkrkm 1: : North ltiv. r H.mk,
For StcnciU or futthi r inf rin -tion
J. A. OA TKS, Sil,
inylS-Sm Clinton, N. C.
SHIPPERS OF TRUCK
Will fln.l It to their lntei,t to ntuki
all ipmcntx to
Win. A. John.-x-n will juv Cahji
for all chtX'kn withovt exchane .
lon't Ih (Unvivoil by i nknouii
W. L. FAISON,
STIMPSON & LITTLEFIELD,
Shipment? of Kruitr
HU-nciln furnished tin npplicutlou.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
WILKIGTON & WELDON R.R. utJ Brioches.
1NS t.UINt; H)L"Tll.
Xo.27. No. 41.
Kat mail. Daily.
Daily, ex. Hun.
May 10, "90. Daliy.
L? Wcldon, 12 30 p m 5 J.I ptn C (M nn
ArHKk.Mt. i 40 " 7 Id
Ar Trboro, 2 3o "
-V Trboro, lu 2i 4
Ar WilKon, '2. 2o
1 (HI pin 7 iHaiii
Lr Wilson, w
Ar Selma, 3 40
Ar Faycttcvil 0 Wi "
iVtJoldhhoro, 3 Ii
v Warsaw, 4 10
. r If I ,11.
7 10 ptn x 35am
h -10 0 40
y 55 " 11 20
111 . ill.tIllMUl, Jm t '
Ar Wilniin-t'n 5 SO
THAI NS (itHNi; NOHTTI.
12 01 nm 1MH) nm 1pm
1 21 10 31 5 3G
10 -18 "
ptn 7 47p.ui
Ar Hockv Mt.
1 10 " M lh
10 20 am
Ar Wchl jn 4 30 " 2
45 pm 6
Daily exceni Sundav.
Train on Scotland Nock Branch 1.
Weldon 3 14 p. m-, Ilahfax 3 37 p ni;
arrives Scotland Neck at 1 25 p. m..
urcrciiviiioo 10 p.m. Jtctnrtijng Icmvcn
Grccnyille 7 20 a. in., Halifax lo loa.
mM Vcllon 10 X) a m. dailv eicei.t
On Monday. Wcdncudav and Fridav.
IxkiiI Freight lcavca Waldon 10 30 a.
Hali"ax II 3o a. in., Scotland Nw k 2 00
. m. Arriving (iroenville G 10 n. m.
Hctuming leave 'irccnvillc TucAdar.
TharKilay and Saturday 9 30 a. in.. Kcot-
liiiiuccK 1 w ji. m.. Jiai.lax 3 3 p.
m. Arriving Wtldon 4 00 n rn.
Train leaven Tarlmro. A. t. vin
Albemarle & Ilalcigh railroa,l, dadr
except Sunday. I 05 p. m., Sunday 3 (K)
. &M lit 'll' . . A
p. 111., arrive v llliamsioti, . C, 6 30
p.m., 4 20 p. in., Plymouth 7 5 Op.tn.,
5 20 p. in. IJeturniug leaven Icuve 11 y
rnouth, daily :xtcptSundaj', (, 00 , in.,
Sunday 9 00 a. in, Wilhami-tou 7 1"
a. m., 9 M a. in., arrive Tarlro 'J M
a. m., 11 20 a. m..
Train on Midland, N. C. hrancJi
leaves GoMnhoro. dairy except Sunday.
G 00 a. m. arrive Smithficld. 7 30 a. in.
Kcturnins leave Smitliflchl. X 00 a. in..
arrive Goldnboro, 0 30 a. in..
Tnun on Na.shvillc liianch leave
llocky Mt, at3(K) p. m.. arrivta Nai-.h-
vilic 3 40 p. m Str'uiir How: 4 15 0.
in. llctmnhig lcavtH Spring Hope 10 00
a. m., Nahvil!e 10 35 n. m., Iiouky
Mount 11 15 a. nr, daily, except
lram i-nChntou brancli leaves W..isaw
for Clinton, daily, except Sund.i. C 00
p. m., and at 11 10 a m; Kelonihig will
leave clinton at j 20 a in and 3 lo p in.
connecting at Wan-aw with No 41
and 40, 23 and 7
Southbound train on W1U011 &. Fay
elteville Branch is No, 51, North
bound in No, 50, Daily except SumLiy
Train Nf 27, South, will Kiopnty it
J'ilson Goldhlwro and Magnolia
Train No 7tt makes clie connection
at Weldon for all pntu North, daily.
All rail via Richmond, and L!ly, t.xti pi
Sunday via Bay Jjnc
All tra.nsruu holid U:twccn Wilming
ton aid Washington, and have PuIumo
Palace Sleeper altaclicd
JOHN F D1VINK, Ucu'l Sup:
J ll KFNLY, Sup't Tntii.
T M IaMERBox, Gcn'l Pata Asjent
IIAVJNG QUALIFIED AS KX
11 ccutor of the last will of William
11. Faion, deceased, notice Ls liere
by given to all parties indhteI to
said estate to make immediate pay
All patties holding claims against
eald estate are notified to present
them for payment within twelve
months, or this notice will bo plead
in bar M' their recovery.
. SAMUEL W. FAISON,
Angu-t 4th, 1890. 7-a