PIIO.I.-O'M KVKKY TIIUKSOAY. 1
Jrmuor ad utmi.tt
; ' I "
Hr MAttlOX 1UTLKK,
KiKtor and Proprietor.
!niu this I'aper to your neigh
i r and advise ltim to sub-
UEr v oti atj'.i.bw.ww,
rKKKUVl mn Ur;c t4ike
;K tlir iwitv m !:
Tfcrc,'r nt.M a. a jiuUr iprf,
Iuro Domooraoy and A7 1 1 to Suproinnoy,
CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1890.
subscription lrio fyl.no per
Year, in Advance.
PROF lvSSION A L COLUM N .
Goldsboro, N. C.
Will practice in Sampson bounty.
M. LKK, M. I).
TUB EDITORS CHAIR.'
HOW THINGS LOOK FKOM
OUU STAND POINT.
I'll YHK'IAN,SllKOF.ON AND DKNTIST,
()'!(( iii Ixe's Drugstore, tej-lyr
J A. STEVENS, M. 1).
. 1'IIYHICIAX AM SUIIOKON,
( Office over Post Office.)
jtf-May be found at night at the
rildeiice of J. II. Stevens on College
If E. FAISON,
ljL ATTORNEY AN1 ColTSSEM.
or at Law.
omen on Main Street,
will practice in eourts of Sampson and
...r, f..iiiiiiw. Also in Supreme
h . - i
Court. All business intruded to his
tare will receive prompt and caret ul
attention. J? 7l3rr
Attounky and Counsell
or at Law.
Office over i'ot Office.
Will practice in Sampson and ad
Joining counties. Ever attentive
And luitliful to tht interests of all
L.V . KKKlt.
Ii. A toknky and
ok at Law.
Office on W all Street.
Will practice in Sampson, Bladen,
Ponder, Harnett and Duplin Conn-
.1.... Alu in SlnttrfMilO CoUTt.
Prompt personal attention will ie
given to all leU jMwmiw. ie
17UIANK IiOYETTE, D.D.S
nmo.i on Main Street.
OuVrs his services to the people of
Clinton add vicinity. uvcryinmg
in tho line of Dentistry done m the
best style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
.-vMir tm-iil-l III'' strictly cash.
Don't ask me to vary from this rule
vely small nuiuher of privat citi
zens. "In all its uses the railroad is the
most puhlic of nil our roads, and In
all the objects to which its work re
lates, the railway corporation, is as
outme as any organization can oe.
But in the start it was labelled a
private eorioriition. and, as far as
its hgal status Is concerned, it is
now ground with eleemosynary in
stitutions and private charities, and
enjoys similar immunities and ex
emptions. It remains to be seen
how long the community will suffer
itself to oe the victim of an abstract
1 1 f ii . i i l : . : . i. 1MvUciil
minds,a stretch of the common ima
Kalnrdav week has an editorial filiation und much refinement ar.d
of over a column in length con- u?.UIltX "flaw to maintain the old
The Opinion of The Editor and the
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
CAUCASIAN AND THE RAIL
t is so strange that we must J only 91 from Clinton. In fact,
ask for an explanation, but for it costs no more to slap .i car
argument sake we will accept It J load from this place to .lack-
as it stand:. The News and sonville, r lorida, than it wou'd
Observer then goes on to say : to Kalhili. Again, the stores
Now in North Carolina we have in this town last winter
had no llailroad Commission, and I v.,rtiiai-i
..... . u ii... i 51. I f to --lt.;u wiiii
yei ino cuarges uy .t
roads are not much dinerent irom upyics, uiw w ""u"
the very lowest rates nxea oy me Miclugau .none of them equal
Georgia Commission as above luo- , . , . W4fitern
twl I " ' vw
I . .....
Thfuin r!ti nre sitatiil as follows : I Carolina. W hv 1 thl8 7 All
cerninif Thk Caucasian and the
Railroad Commission. The edi
tor of that paper commences by
Then, too, this question o
"Hcincr a constant and apprecia
tive reader of Tiik Caucasian, onr
attention has been attracted by its
articles on the need lor a uaiiroau I Mannn i MfttU !a
Commission. Wo have road with w "
interest what our esteemed eontem- of the seven points in wnicn we
oorarv has had to say on the sub- L,inpoiv it. fn lo tho rhit.v of tho
jectand we freely say that while I ,
wo have heard many gentlemen say owihj w kuu.iu aiun viM.U6
they wanted such a commission, and crous powers of railroads and
while some of our exchanges have , nrrinrations
so expressed themselves, we do not olliei orporationH.
remember to have soon in iorin ine oiaie snoum :
Carolina any presentation of the .nd. Prevent discriminations
subject so satisfactory as that made .
by Thk Caucasian, instead of between individuals.
dealing in glittering jjeneralities, ;ir(i. Prevent discriminations
that paper has given some tacts m . . locations
connection with the matter lor its . . . ..
r(.a.i,.rs to think about." 1th. Prevent discriminations
Uut our able
liction that such organizations are
... Wl. .1
nor, iiuiiiic. cnrrtoratians. it is a real
condition and not an abstract theory
that to day confronts the American
neonlo. Tho government mast soon
m rv -
reeaoturo and control the Railroads
or be captured and subjugated by
W. A V. It. It. STlK lvllOLIi:K
ss,ja examination of tho freight rates
2 v will lrivo the answer. Yr9 know
of only one lot of Western Car
ii- I l inn annlaa aivp1 Ml Clin
MoC lVM I V H 1-; A It l
I'ltUM A it A IN.
Nin Lines to be ltollt.
After the busin-.t before the
meeting had befii brought up
in detail and been freely and
fullv discussed, a resolution
Amo .). Cuiamin.-i.J
Mr. Sprinnr un-loubtl!y an
iKiya tije pi akor. but Mr.
Koors, if A!a.l atna, seem to
make him wild. A ttury illti!-
N K W A 1 V i:i n I S KM K NTS.
niscusseu. u rrftuunvu , , . , ,,
i a ,!, , trative ot this fnct is told:
adopted authorizing the . ,..,...,,
of rebates and
sitfnee told us that tho freight
24l. was equal to the original cos
We must ask the News and of the apples. If these facts are
Observer, bv whom the above not snfficient to convince the
rates were stated? They are News and Observer, they should
certainly not the rates charged at least induce our contempora
fmm nvnnint in rv to investigate the matter
the State. Our contemporary further. If the present rates
should collect a few freight bills are reasonable and the manage
ana see how some one has im- ment of these roada are just and
posed npon him by furnishing fair to all the citizens andlocal-
the above table. Now it is gen- ities alike, then the raiiroaua
erally conceded that the have nothing to fear from a
frAiVM rates on the V. & V. commission and the people can
roads are lower than any other well afford the small cost to
in the State, at d Clinton has as have the light turned on. a
low or lower rates, we are told, commission will be a Doara oi
than any other non-competing arbitration an impartial judp
noinfT on the road. 'We have be- (from whose decision there will
i . . . . , x . .
fore us fifty freight bills cover- be the right oi appeal u jury;
int? a dozen different kinds of to stand between the people aua
freight and every one of them the corporations to see justice
Hhows a higher rate than that done to both alike, llow Dei-
quoted by the News and Obser- ter could the small amount of
vr in the above table. We will the cost be expended in me m
teres t of harmony and justice,
of guano, 40,(KJ0 pounds, from and as such, there should be
extension and completion of
the Nashville branch from its
present terminus at Spring
Hope to the eity of ualeigh, or
to rnrham. or to both, or to
anv point on.the Lynchburg
nnrham railroad. A lurtuer
resolution was adopted authori
zing an increase of the capital
tnek of the Wilmington and
Weldon Bailroad Company, un
ilr net of Kebruarv '21st. 1M4
Raleigh to Clinton, a distance of none tooppoHejt-
a fJoonnsi vouth who answered
liKi-iiwiti.i' si uuarter) an advi-rtirO
to make money with
out work, got in reply v piece of pa
in, i inscribed: "Catch suckers, as
we do." Kx.
Uoniai kable Kckciic.
Mi. Michael Curtain, riamlu-ltl, ill.,
makes lie stnteiiu'iit that she caught
eoM, which .settle! on her luns; she was
t. filled for ii month by her family l'hy
Mciau, hui grew worse. He told hei whe
was a lioi'e!es! vietim of consumiition
that no medicine, could cure her.
Hrrdinggist &ugj;itcd Dr. King's New x foil to note the distinction
Discovery for Consumption; who nought .
a boltle and to her delight found hers' If between the right which Cltl
henetited from lirhtdose. Klie continued zen9 have to manage private
tr'X'oX property tor PrimU nse,, nd the
own housework and is as well as she ever pnyilega by sufference of so-
yVXu .S called private corporations to
Drugstore ; iatg-' bottles 5e cents and manfige their property for public
uses. The first great duty ot
Vf.ur lesson to-dav is on
Nouns are names of things.
Small Boy Is ghost a noun ?
Small Hoy How can it be'. They
aint no such thing as a ghost !
our able contemporary in tho shape
then goes on to say that he had drawbacks.
long fciuce decided that it was 5th. Prevent the pooling or
not bst to pass a commission combination of roads
and is still of the same opinion. oth. Require the establish-
He supports his position, which ment of joint latcs between m
he desired to establish, as fol: dependent lines.
IoWd: 7th. Require the publicity of
1st. That the State ought not to all rates
IZl.H'l Tbe wrongs and injustices
business, uuless the ratej are so un- every day committed that tne
easonahl5 as to be plainly oppressive atJOYe actions on the part of the
t!mK17hSho State is already un- State would prevent are crying
der contract not to interfere with evils and call loudly for a rem
this right with the great bulk ot the , The aboye points form
roaus, aim imuuiuic; iiim mi jfu. i
of sunnrvision and control. the great points ot the Inter
:ird. That the freight rates are al- gte Commission bill as passed
ready reasonably mw. Congress and it is desirable
ow let us iodic a T tktwrv State should have a
positions taken by the News and , . doing justice to both the
Observer. Certainly the learn- .'nnnltv anfl comDieteness people and tho roads.
ed editor is too good a lawyer -x. M,nnat rt n Tho next is a box of meat.
matter of such high importance, weight 615 pounds from Golds
As to the second position of boro to Clinton, a distance of 42
. xw and Observer, that the miles, 98 cents. According to
charters of the bulk of the roads the rates quoted by the News
are perpetual free license con- and Observer the freight should
mta. nnrl that therefore the be only 66 cents.
State has bargained away its The next is 800 pounds of pa-
power to protect its citizens, we per (news) rrom ueign 10 wm
will simply say that that is a ton, 91 miles, $2.24. This is
difference of opinion. We do class 6 in Georgia, and for 91
not believe and never shall miles is 17 cents per hundred or
that the Legislature intended to $1.36 for 800 pounds.
The " next is for ten barrels
One day when tho thermome
ter marked 100 degrees in Wash
logton,. the :rpeaKer was ?aun
tering through a Democratic
aisle when he wa approached
by Mr. McClammy, of North
t Carolina. Met. amuiv looks
like a horse -hair endowwl with
life. lie is tho thinnest niem
her boutu ot me l'oiomac. ills
tariff speech was an opal of
eloquence. Uiu meeting the
to such an amount as may fce Speaker in Hie awle he said, ho
' r Mini story goes:
9!"i r , .n' t "I want y.., s.r, to
u..ll. t uiafa na' T tin -" 1 - n
i u.i,,,, f up a bill. If you dun t do it,
eiiwiaiou am. I viiii'll Iim sinrrv ffr it."
1 11 .1 Ir l.MAMi-alt 9 l.lll I f V v v - j - - - - - -
lie sctuiauu oc lit,..t ...... "i., ....
he Albemarle and Raleiffhl t ul u,rt,llw
. ; i,. t' ..A Cll UVIC1IUII.C UlOliUdUllI
J i y l,P.jnt ami tlint trnn'r in "
W&shinirton. and also the ex- r-- '
tension and COUlTjletion Of the
.srnvil IN TIM K SAVKS
infernally torry .You'll be dumb
"What do you mean?' the
Sneaker asked, with a lurid
Nashville branch to Ualeigh or
Durham, or to both, or to any
toint on the line of the Lynch
burg and Durham railroad the
construciiou oi an mese oruncn- , , . , . ,
a 1.0!,, olronv Iippi. ftllthori- lllt 1,1 l0lt .'!-
.A Til:? "."i,,' ,.iM mean just this, McClam
.... ........ A il... UIV IIT 'HO'l- uviii w v
uieresoiuuon gives 10 u? - rt., . tni. .,
.. i-y. i 11 1 ICvvKltl viuii nun KVV
Jjoaru oi directors uie power i ...:...
91 miles 858.00. This is 14.00
more than the rates quoted by
the sews& Observer and 19.60
more than the same freight
for 91 miles, with all extras add
ed, would cost in Georgia under
a commission. A commission
in this State might reduce the
freight oven lower or not quite
so low. Ic would allow a fair
In spite of the rise in recent
years of so many organizations
of teachers in the United States
and of the work of a considera
ble number of normal schools,
the specific training of teachers
in the broadest sense i yet
neglected by our most importan
institutions.Fresident G. Stanloy
Hall, of Clark University, who
has nerhans made a more
thorough study of this subject
in European countries than any
other American of the time,
uMalrau iiii niffrrii " l r
McClammv renli:.d; "you'll bo
Don't wait to gi t sick, but whtt
you begin to fcvl tmd ooiu and grjt
a doo of rutit ino nd provtiit lck
neru. Thi in tho proper u f mM
icinc. If you will do thi you will
scarcely ever have a doj-tor' Mil to
pay or hw nior.thi of time, iumI
pt,t your friend mid relative to
such u th ai of troubb.
In additi)n to my vmnlete line
of pur-? &nd reliable Drug. 1 rry
arner'it log t'abln lU-nutiix, 11.
H. II.. thoS. S. S.. Uulnine in n mall
and Inrgemiantitio; Simmon's Liv
er ltguIator, i-amoir ShcIQc Or-
hiip' lutHMiia, i'uticura Ke moo ion,
Dr. I'ieriTH Favorite l'mvrlptloo.
the tiohlen .Meunal llitrovrry.
llors and Cattle Powder (1 iound
packages prepare! by the Herb Co.
of. V. Va. Uiukcr brand.)
Prescription carefully roiuiniuin!-
itl. IxH-al and otllce prai tlco upn re
augl tf Dit. H. II. IIOl.l.l DAY.
tne opening oi no ,, w uj
subscription and tbe is.u.ng of i They'll sem
new stock and piovides that
der in' sight worse than Rogers."
:That settles it." the great
man from Maine is reported to
lose the renomination. Tho
the proceeds of the sale of
stock issued shall in each ca-aa
be strictly applied to the con
struction and completion ot the
branch lines on account of
which the same may be issued.
How about our load through
Sampson from UurgaA' to Dunn?
Tt skeins to have been forgot
A. AN1 N". V. K. IC
have said. " l on 11 be recogni
In simple justice to Maj. Mc
Clammy we will state that, in
our opinion, no man from tho
South has made greater strides
in Congress than the gallaut
littlo Scotchman from Scott's
A LLIANCIi rANXUKY.
. At the meeting oi the stock-
nf lh A. ,fe N. (). R R.
a. jl v w w-v m
at Morehead City on We'dnes-I
Recently we made note of
the fact that the Farmers' Alli
ance of this place had in con-
Ei-Pruldeit of the Cobfedeute Stiles.
MLMOIU, I1V HIS WIFK.
Two large and handsiinie octave
volumes. About !,'i(K))ttigcH. Ilea
vv imiMT. Manv tine Illuntrationx.
The only authorized life of our doad
President. tiranJ, lunvc and good,
one day Justice, which survive" all,
whall havo triumphal, his llguro will
bo se'!! In the clear light of our
country's hiftory, Hide by nlde and
hand in hand with thono "few im
morta 1 names that were not born to
This memoir of the irreat MtiiUH-
mim by the lovicg hand of his wife,
must take its place in the archive
of the nation. .All sensible men,
north and south, must read it. It
must become one of the text book
jf tho coming generation.
)1i:moi:i Comtaxv, Publlsherw.
Taylor's lirldge, IS. u.
Sole Agent for 8aniou Co.
IIKAIXiUAKTKRS FOR HKST
PEACH AND A1TLK CIDKR,
(Comer of Kim and R. R. Street.)
lli Wtoto ia to Mrnt.pf.t its eiti
Teacher (in grammar school) t
to-dav is on nouns
7ons and their interests. A cor
poration is an artificial person.
ThoStato creates it,and breathes
part of tho State Directors, who
resicrned. owing to his recint
nr: 4 ...1 Tkf
locating in ivhisiwi, i-
points out in a practical paper r L Kennedy, ji Lenoir, was
in the September number of named as his successor. It is
the Forum what he conceives said by every one who attended
to be the proper training of the meeting, that President
,L Chadwick's report, as did the
teacher., ine aenuno sug,- tB of all th-e departmental
tionsthat he makes are such offi(.erSj si,owed ti e most !X
as could be taken up and carried cellent, frugal and progressive
out in a great measure at least, management in th whole
bv 'almost any American in- history of the road. We shall
stitution. We have room lor ' , , " 7 r
Kverv European governmen , fhftV shall be nublished. In
Catarrh Can't Cured
With LOCAL APPLICATION, as
they cannot reach the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional disease, and in order to cure it
you l ave to take internal remedies.
itU' Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, and acts uirectly on the blood
ana mucus surface. Hall's Catarrh
into it uie, aim ciomw wim . .
grant ami vest any t3uiu uns mw ucai AO ui ji,very ruiiM-'t'1111 kcuic" as tney snail oe xiuuusneo. in
extraordinary powers lor spe- privileges as claimed by the 0f flour from Wilmington to keeps expensive agencies to the meantime, we congratulate
cific purposes. Having done ne under their interpreta- Clinton, a distance of 69 miles, learn promptly the latest chan- the administration right hearti-
this, it is the duty of tho State ihoir linrtors. And the 83 90. Now turn to the 17th re- ge? and improvemente m all y at the generous and merited
to Lruard well that these extra
. Anawie pja.20. turn to tne '-r ui and military matters in
to gunru vvcu viiaw., ,v hmit to Unrt nr thfl Ooorffia Commission " in
ordinary powers are not used to iniiinu lintil s0L0(r41 79. nd seo that flour as Sflff. . rHn,t itsplf to
, , x :.... hiioii ii" iun.j''""., v'-ti 100 mo uiijv vv j
the detriment of the citizens I . . -i.. : 1 I rtn nri tn
i decided by a court 01 last a-p-1 class 1? ior o iunoa .up every uuw wuu4.u,
! the natural persons, or any part ; llot n1 SnsmJ nai nr 1 .60 nlus 20 Der avail itself of it. Every entnr-
of them, each one of whom V . .... a . r . ,i.., -n ...1,1, arising manufacturer or dusi-
ly at the generous and merited
"well done" accorded by the
stockholders at their meeting
on Wednesday. Goldsboro Ar
t i . . : 1....:
atarrh of them, each one 01 wnom - coroorate nt ttra on class F. which pnsmg manuiacturer or um-
euro is no uuack medicine. It waa stands helpless and alone in the n"'ssi ff ,' 0, Q i'D ness house ainaies new pruews,
prescribed by one of the best physi- q ai;crimirmtion, oppres- ence, aireoi or mu ' - supplies, fluctuations of taaie or
cians in this country for years, and is ce 01 aucriminauLu, pi opinion ()f a number of the rate in this State,as given by fashion, and markets in other
a regular prescription. It is com- sion or injustice, save wlien ana lawyers in the State the News and Observer, There is lands. Every respectable man
poseu oi mc uosi. iuuhs is.ihjytii,mi- as protectea uy tne
bmed witn tne nesi moou purniers, VT.ipnce and wi3ftoin
The perfect combination of the two world so far has shown that this
ingredients is what prouuees sucn
wonder! ul results in curing cararrn.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Proprietors, Toledo, Ohio.
tep-Kold by all Druggists, 75c.
1 A A
ever5' weem ior neany tnreo
years advocated tho establish
ment of small industries for
the town, and we are gratified
to learn that the Alliance will
ta ke steis to open un and de
velop this industry. Small
manufacturing industries do as
much good proportionately in
spreading money and giving em
ployment to labor as do larger
ones. In fact almost overy
large manufacturing establish
ment in the whole country be
gan on a small scale and grew
as the demands of tho business
trrew. We hope our Alliance
friends will not let the matter
stop, tint that they will organize
n eoninanv and be at work for
the next season. liesides giv
imr employment to people
thrtrn is rnonev in it. Scotl nd
WKATHKH CltOl IIULLHTIN
For the Week, ending August '.W.
lias snown inaL mis .. . . i
i i. .ii. i'n.itii kqi rnnn ni i 'iMnmrtna oiitiiv. iviiiii ... , -n . i .
i r 1 1 t ...luu ill I 1 1 n i I ni 1 1 . . li . bui uuun. I 1 1 .1 1 . ji 1 11 l 1 1 111 j - . . -1 . ... 1 . . . -. . 1 . . . . . 1 w. 1 1 w . . . . 1 . . t 1 1 .
. . . . 1 i. iii. i 1 1 1 . . - (n 1 ... w . . v. - - Aiir iiih i' ir 11. 11 il t ill. I A w . w .J 1 . w r . Aiian ni n r 1 1 ! ra 1 viu 1
00.1 Vki rfrirtmil W Ifirt nv , I . ... uiwcn muusmm uuiiu.i.1 J
; and Banking Co. vs. Smitii, et i3 visiting in this county nap- si0nal schools for teachers, our This will be good news to those
means ot a checii an QlV j appiy to the charters of pened in oui ofiice while the city and State supervisors, and wllo are interested in the use-
kuown as a commission, which ot thlB state. Gov matter was being discussed and even our highest educational ul work that this college is
does not manage the business of to tho fnm5ahM this frelirht bill, institutions, are conducted with- floi
('orrespondence Editor Here's a
fellow who wants to know how he
can acquire a llow ot language. What
shall 1 say to hi in?
Snako Editor Ask him if he ever
tried stepping on a tack with his
bare feet. Light.
corporations, save when they PRaieri' 111 , CiJ , n Per o Putut115' or eVen studying, When th
1 1 rnoro1 AaapmWv Of this I O05? nroiTiiiiJ tnbaeCO lrOUl CerrOI.. . lana I,. . ,
Tti. t t-irrwnt I uo"c,ul . i - r ., me expeneuooB ui uiu court decisi
. x State, aavocaung tne oreauou uorao to iienuciruu, .awwn dol verp.rt fears were
Raleigh, N. C.
Eastern District: The tempe
rature has been aoout liio avent
ge during the day, but the
nights have been cool with
heavy dews. Lowest temiera-
ture reached 5 1 degrees. Cotton
ville. Ind.. writes : "Electric
l.aj ilnnr mnrn for mo than all
medicines combined, for that bad fare
feeling arising from Kidney ana lui- ,rho latQ president
ble than sound or tenable, when T) orations, and
we investigate how often the " uoue uy mo
shows rust in some places, but j...,,,! '
i not wfde spread. It is opening "
SWEET AND HARD CIDER
always on hand. In addition to
this pleasant and healthy drink.
which are sold at lowest prices
;fX) Pipes', of all styles and
sizes. 1 ry ouh.
je 21-1 yr.
ARE YOU All HEIR?
Mure than half a billion of dollar
in unclaimed ehtats are awaiting
the rightful heirs in England. Hcot-
land, Walt-sand Ireland. .Moslol
these lieirsare in the United States,
and have ieen ndvertiteu lor in
English pajxT. Thousjindsof heim
have never seen lli?w alvertlso
iiK'nts. If youi ancestors on your
f ather's or mother's hide came from
any of the above named countries
do not fail to write to E. IIom, Eu
roiH'an (!laims-Ajrency, 2-7 (irand
St. New York, and ascertain if you
are an heir. Your dcocaHcd ances
tor's rights are yours by British law.
We have information of every es
tate and deceased tcrwon wno e
heirs have been advertised for In
12-1 yesirs. S'nd istal note Ibr 50
cents to insure information. If you
are an heir we will recover tho es-
No recovery no lee.
Tn th Ammst number of the entertained bv some that the
- ' i w
I . . lit n ?
c.,, Rflnatfir Chandler, of College wouia De oaaiy crip
m. uiii rv-AMi " 7 i i
Id regulate these cor- find tobacco unmanufactured, N Hampshire, wrote an argu- pled, but happily Las money
that it is their duty, . ?. . " I , - from the Feleral Treasury will
h,a pnmnmtfi author- prized, for 253 miles, il cents nt m favor of a law for the . jBnfiim, in mnditinn
" TVo - ,,ivoh,, itics themselves, to remedy the per hundred, ior national control of elections, to work steadily on towards th?
of Ida- mana,ne,f thisprivate bu- wronB8fWiU hardly admit ofadoubt. d aud so on we might directing Lig attention chiefly Kal that it has before it-tbat
Bitters smess so-called elfecU the ind - At any rate the people de- continUe indefinitely. Nowfer- to polTticai affairs in- the is to stand foremost among
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tilizer and tobacco were not in Southern state3. Jn the Sep- Agrie. iltural and Mechanical
ofo ai,i that this Domt be test- . . -. . ... K;olleges. caate inrouicie,
"7" the WDie as puuuauw tember number ot tn rorum rThe appropriation gives the
er trouble." John Eeslie, larmer . n - eat soeech in the
anu stockman, 01 same piace, says: i " -j
Find Electric Bitters to bo the best United States Congress advocat-
. UrVh Aiir friflnn. thfi newfl auu irn.,ran nf A ahuma. in tl. --f
... i vy miv - I Ovllcvl'vi .uuifttuj " ' I VOtiege IO,'Hj I I mo mci
The third position oi tne nKMrVfi- nuotes us as eiving. Lir tn RAiuLtor Chandler. VMr- SSI 7 nOO for the second;
Kidnevand Liver medicine, made ing the Inter State Commission No wc sand Observer is that the UTqw g.QCe Qur ablfl cotemporary ut er pointing out-wbat he con- 820,0CO for the third; 22,5
me loci like a new man.-' j. vv . ot n wnicn wis passeu auu j& Aicigiiv , , v;
hi v low. ltsavs:
up, not lor tne perpetuation 01 a 1". ' IAV ft,r mention one moie case in point. TO,Qa nf facts and opinions to bt nnt of monev arising from
.wf ih iiri ttT 1 i L-r O I ACTO fif hAQ. TllTPS lVfll UV AUft vavv.w, -w , , u.u.m- v- - I r
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Gardner, hardware merchant, sime
town, says; Electric Bitters is just
the thing for a man who is all run
down and don't care whether he lives
or dies; he found new strength, good
appetite and felt just like he had a
new Ieaso on life. Only 50 cents a
bottle, at It. II. IIoixiday's Drugstore.
pitaf; notntoy 'enable a company of the principle Georgia railroad are as Tlie Carolina Veneer Works of proye that the federal control the sale of public lauds. Ed.
Johnson "Why is tho moon often
spoken of as the silvery moon?"
Jackson "Because we tret it m
halves and quarters, I suppose.','
Bnckleu's Arnica Salve.
The best Salve iu the world tor Cuts,
Bruise?, Sores, Ulcers, Saltllheum, Fc
vnr Korea. Tetter. Charmed Hands. Cliil-
hlflins. Corns, and all Skm ErunlionH.
and nosiiivelv cures Piles, or no rav
required. It is guaranteed to give per
tect satisfaction, or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Dr. B. II. IIollioay, Clinton, and J.
1. SmixHt liniggist, .Mount unve, A. 1;
and nicking nan commenced.
Rice harvest in progress iu the
fcoutheastevu counties, crops ex
cellent and some weeks earlier
that usual. Good crops of po
tatoes. The average rain full
for the week tn this district
was 1.75 inches, which is some
fiat siiifivo the averaire. A
very heavy rain storm is report-
(xA nn th-i niirht of 28tli at
Rocky Po;nt, Pende.- rouuty.
The advert seinenis are an im-
irortant feature of every paper
The women, wh are the linan-
ciers of eve y household, recog
nize this so thoroughly that they
1 1 PVAr think In these days of
- y b a. - - w
For 24 Years
J. T. GREGORY
has occupied hU same
on i'liurcn rireet. ine gruui h
rlgnal luler in low prices for men's
clothes. Economy in ciotnano money
will force you to giv mm a can.
' itfrlatest Fashion plates always
on hand. juneitn. lyr.
If von wish -a firt-class tihave,
Hair Cut, Hhampoon or Mustache
Dye, call at my place 01 nusine on
Wall Street, three doer from the
making any purchaser without I corner of M. 11 aiiKtein's, there you
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looking at the newspaper, 10 eo 1 win una me i u iurB.
citizens more conveniently to carry follows: -. lr-.linton is a home enterprise, n ai0.f;nn is not desired in
. 1 ll.t 11ArAl lkf It'll I 1 151 1 1 I .4 1 1 1 1 I " ' I J- M VV W k-r
on private industry; out . I - , M . rf the rtn ftf tho countrv bv
corporations, unknown to me eariy misaiuu .w. w k.. D - - - a.uj o-.... -
law writers, nas arisen anu to mem
have been committed the great
nnwer of the railroad and the tele
graph, the great instruments by
which modern communities live and IH"'
have their being, bince the dawn I Grain!
of history the great tnorougniares 1 cotton,
have belonged to the people, hare
1 1 IhnVin.rlnhitrliWilVU I lOIOOOprulU,
or the nublic highway, and have The above table
'You have parted from MLs
hou.e demand Will tta .Sews the , of the people. afrajd Ler
3 o to nnrt Hvrvflr n easB luveBusaw aAfa ti,o inprcnanw anu . '
s-- - iiwcuuo v-. 1 brother wouia cause our i?epar a,-
whr fh TJiiloiffh craDe growers I .f0.,,.o.a of tho border L- 1. a-.a r
8 30 1 J " - - mouuwiKvuivi- - 11,1011, allU iic inti.
V. do not buy their grape baskets gtes against the accusation of 1 didn't know she had a bro-
io from this factory ? KAnntor Chandler that their ther."
where they can purchase tho
most cheaply. Jv.
RAZOttS SIIARP.SIIEABS KEEX!
If you want a good job don't fail to
call on me. J. Ht SIMMONS,
aprlO tf Barber.
The baskels ate quoted lower! trade relations with the. South
I . a a Tl 1 - a, 1 mwa vlltr
TOtoa n. sit this factor v t nan at uie 1 e- ua.ve maae mem wiwanu,.
"Put sht has. I'm her brother."
or the public highway, and have 'J he aoove tame 01 raws, i" " . . I , A. . . A
been open to the free use of all on it Btana3 , never appeared in this tersburg factory, which is. to- Morgan's article is strong ana
tmvmpHt nfimmall uniform tax Or 1 - . I To1Q;rli - TIia UA nninf and shnnld Titit the
t - - " . 1 1. . Ann Timina v huiiui v jjik j.u&.wu. v
T . . . . . T . .- I TIM T IM T 34. 1111 I I I I W I 1 1 I I 1CUU. V I " J KT mm
..ill lstsin iriam i T"f. .! 1 r t .1 11 I iuvw. v ' "
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to the Doint and should put the
mnaf Imnni-tatif. rnoila Vnnwn tftl .. , .. ,n i- . . I 1. nvnlonotinn thnnch it lslVi.11 tn alnmft. if shame there
robyTtS.i3. beyond our compression. 1 148 miles from Petersburg andj is in them.
Miss Gabbie "And yon didn't
hear of it?"
ot a word from anybody.'
"I've known itvf or a week, so
there I thought everybody had heard
I ... . . m mm
ot it by tuis time."
i h-.i hlp-sed thia-Southern
country with bountiful crops. 'NOT TOE.
it.... J.. 1 ... 11... ..Ir-.,!.. .-! HVJ i VAJl
IOW IU ..u.iu.S?) v MITAT.IP1W1 AM All.
t ft . 41-4 w F ..111 II.MaI A j- -
mm ei everj , m. i . u . ... n mlni(itrator of E. B.Owens, de
pay his honest debt that jus- , tl ce is hereby dventoall
tice mav keep equal pace witn .unu mvlnc aid - estate to make
prosperity. Tho Tresbyterian. I immetliato payment.
. tm mm All parlies noioing ciaii iijijD
Give me a dollar's worth ofstamis, said estate are herebv notified to
tlease." Eaid a ladv to the clerk at present their claims within twelve
the postoffice. months from this date, or this m
"What denomination, ma-lam ? tice will be plead i in bar or their re-
1'fpsbvtnrian. I sui'iiose... That's covery. JOIlr S. UWJslN.
what Mr. Wanamaker is, I believe. ; t Adnilnwtrntor.
I Judge. j This August 1st, 1890. 7-t
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