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.! KVKKV THL'KSOAY,
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37u.ro Domoorwcy txxxd. "OTTlxltO Suprotuncy
v t Ins I 'aper to your neigh-!
.:: advise him to Stlb-I
CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, SPETMBER 25, 1890.
-..lipiion Price !.." cr
Ye ir, in Ail!inc'.
r n TT TTT1
JL JL JLJ1
i: li'KSSIOXAL COLUMN.
II. A I I i li N ,
ATI1 UN I'.V- AT-I.A W,
(i.ldsb(r, x a.
ill practn ' in Sampson county,
: . -WJ7 tf
V M. LKK, M . I).
i '!! , -n i.N,Sr uoko - ami Dkmist,
i in l.t-c's I M ug Store, je 7-lyr
A. S lYA'KN'S, M. 1.
I'll YSK AN1 S 1 7 UU KO.V ,
(Ollice over Post Office.)
-ta" .M.iy be found at night at the
i , ulenee of J . I . Stevens on College.
-In.t. je 7-lyr
j I SO. FAISOX,
Ollice on Main Street,
.vill practice in courts ofSampson and
i. (joining counties. Also in Supreme
t'ourt. All business intrusted to his
care will receive prompt and careful
attention. je 7-lyr
TIIK KIMTOIl'S CIIAIIC.
Tin: vanci: kksomtions.
now Tinxas look j-'hom
OUli STAXI I'OIXT.
Attoiinkv am Counhi:m.-
Office over I'ost Ollice.
Will nraeticc in Sampson and ad
,nd faithful to tin
-1 i nts.
Mr. Editor: In your report of
proceedings f the County Con
vention you are in erro. in ri-
g.ard to the
trcngtli of the
tions, aw passed.
A GREAT SPEECH
BY A (illEAT MA'.
Tlie first reso-
in by the com-
The Opinion of The Editor and the mittee on iesolutkms,and which
THE PEERLESS VANCE
711 E MOMENTOUS ISSUES
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
The Treasury comes to the
reuet of men who gamble in
stocks and bet on crbis. while
Conirres heaps more taxes on
the men who pay for the trans
were rejected uy voio or eigni
town-l'ipfj to even, commended
the course of Senator Vance and
inftttucted our inetnles in the
Legislature "to vote forhltr un
der all circumstances and to use
all honoiable means to secure
lii" re election to tlie United
The second resolution, intro
duced bv Dr. G. W. Mossley, was
Many Things, Much Talked About
and Well Understood, Made
HIS POSITION ON THE SUB-TRtA-
SURY AND THE NATIONAL BANKS.
hiirhlv commendatory and an
portation and those who raise proVed of his course in the Sn
and consume the crop. T Y. ate.
Vrrii Mr. W. li. Stewart, however, so
amended this resolution as to substantially tne same report
When you hear a Republican instruct our members to yote for that was furnished the State
J I i una fi pat loot orifl nil Tlllii T i A
We give belowr the i3p ;"t of
Senator Z. B. Varces speech at
Goldsboro, wiiicl; we promised
our readers last week. It is
interests of all
V:iTifp 'firt. Inst, and nil the
1 1 ' "1 1 A " 1 A I
mowing and mustering auoui fii np)t nfl tw
the promises made in the last did not insist on tha exact words
Republican National riatform above, yet the purpose of his
f.iiitiwt ir ti.iu fv,otrro amenameni was to maite meir
just ask liim how about the
promised one cent letter pos-
l A U.w'ERR.
I J- A -"MKNKV
di: at Law.
OtVit.e on Wall Street.
Will practice in Sampson, lMaden,
I'ciKler, Harnett and Duplin Conn
ties. Also in Supreme Court.
Prompt personal attention will be
given to all legal business, je 7-lyr
? and see him squirm.
RANK liOYETTE, D.D.S.
Every man who votes for a unanimously. We
n. Khoii h icm.ti ( oiiurPHsir.nai uuver u.ov iiiiuici
nominee gives his endorsement
to um.i puwci aaimuoKcuun- Tie writer of the above is in
ly exemjilified by the conduct prn hmif thft rfiSOiHtinn with
of Speaker Reed. The question rfifftPftTU,ft tn Vance, that wa's no
lo be decided is, shall Congress te(ldown comingfrotn theCom-
iesolutions. The re-
Chronicle. Jet every
and study carefully
THE SEN'ATOU'S Sl'EEC'lI
Introduced by Chas. J. Aycock, Ksq
ou nHia nvD'itot "Vnrtli ( Virnli ;i n .
. -m at. f . ' k..V . . L ' w - -------
iiisuiiKuuu.i mill .uiu iTUDi...nivjn!, or dead," Senator Vance
The exact words of the motion spoke in substance as follows
as amended were clearly stated lie began by stating that tie was
bv the chairman, the resolution just from the conflict at Washington
as amended nut. ana cairiea
fail to dis-
V to ue neciaea is, snau congress t1.
nmce on Main Street flfTfr le'slate ,or the country orshall miUee Qn R
Ol'hiss Thomas R. Reed alone do it,
port of that c
Clinton and vicinity. Kverythmg
in the line of Dentistry done in the
best style. Satisfaction guaranteed.
CiaSrMy terms are strictly cash.
Don't ask me to vary from this rule.
t'alarrh Can't l'.c Cuml
with LOCAL APPLICATION, as
thev cannot reac h the seat of the dis
ease. Catarrh is a blood or constitu
tional disease, and in order to cure it
you have to take internal remedies.
1 bill's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, and acts uircctly on the blood
and iniK iis surface. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is no quack uifdicine. It was
prescribed by one of the best physi
cians in this country foi years, and is
a regular prescription. It is com
po id of the best tonics known, com
bined Willi the best blood purifiers,
acting directly on the mucus surface.
The perfect combination of the two
ingredients H what produces such
wonderful results in curing catarrh.
Send for testimonials free.
I J. CIIKNLY & CO.,
Proprietors, Toledo, Ohio.
Jtrrir' Sold by all Druggists, 7-"c.
Yesterday is yours no longer ;
to morrow may never be yours;
but to day is yours, the living
nreseiit is yours, and in the liv
ing presen' you may stietch foi-
ward to the things that are (e-l,,n..-E.
he has during the present ses
sion of Congress?
where he had been giving his best
efforts to opposing the adoption of
the iniquitous tariff bill, and watch
ing the legislation and endeavoring
to secure such as would not be un
just to our people.
lie complimented the people ot
the State on their adherence to
Democratic 'principles and urged
upon them that no consideration
should divert them from their steady
support of the Democratic party,
which was the conservatism ot their
rnrf nf TbnT mnmirrPR vsra s art on- peace and safety. The safety and
The Congressional Apportion-
nit; i win, wi tj-'di u(i 'v. i
Porter, Superintended. t of the
Census Rureau, and introduce !
in the House by Representative
Duriucll chairman of the Census
Committee, is as one-s'ded and
unjust a measure as the Tariff
bill. Tn It everything has been
lost sight of but increasing the
number of Republican votes in
the House of Representatives
and in the Electorial College,
and to make it still more otuox
tious, the main features of the
McComas, anti-so-called gerry
mandermg, bill was tacKed on
to it. This was done to prevent
the Democrats from redistrict
ing the States which the Repub
licans have in the past gerry
ted in full without a single word
beimr chanced. Ve know for
we wrote them oursolf. As they
were written they were passed,
and as -they were passed they
were published in last week's
issue and again in this. It was
a resolution brought in by the
Committee on Rules that was
voted down. The resolutions of
Dr. Moseley are in substance the
same os tuose passed irom tne
Committee on Resolutions. If
Mr. Stewart made an amend
ment we did not hear it and fail
to find it in the proceedings of
the meeting as handed us by Mr.
. R. Herring, the Secretary.
..... -i j
uut why this "rnucn acto aDoiu
nothing." All three of the 1 leg
islative nominees of the Demo
cratic Convention of the 10th
instant will vote for Vance's re
election. It is amusing to see
some men striving for political
with the triumph and permanence
of Democratic principles.
THE FORCE HILL..
Sectional feeling has been revived
in the North and the force bill now
pending in the Senate will surely
pass unless the Democrats can pre
vent by dilatory motions;
The Senator then went on to
show how offensive the law could
be made if the lbrc3 bill should
pass; how that Republican super
visors would do all the registration
of voters, count all the ballots, give
certificates of . elections, and be
clothed with power to call in the
army and navy of the united states
to assist them in suppressing elec
tions. "It is to this Godless crew
that we arc to look for honest gov
ernment and honest elections."
FINANCIAL, POLICY OF KEFUIILICANS
That he had said boldly among
enemies of our section what he said
to day.that the financial policy of
the country as administered by the
Republican party is hostile to the
interest of the masses, and in the
interest of certain favored elas&cs.
Under this policy immense fortunes
have been accumulated and trusts
have sprung up and reaped the
fruit which should have come to
were' not protected, and wJei , was
CMUipelUd i sell his cotton. corn
"and wheat iu , Liverioo! at ptuvr
fixed there in couiH.'titioii with the
products of the world.
' THE FAUMKli FAYS A IJOXfS.
If every man wa- be:ielitted by
the tariff as much .s lie was taxed,
no one weuld be benefitted and no
one injured, bat that if any were
btnetittedbv the tax it was the
man who received it in the shape of
the increased price of his product,
and tlie man who bought the pro
duet was injured to that extent. Tlie
farmer must buy the product ot the
factories and pay to every mill
owner a bonus mane necessary uy
the tariff, while the tariff made no
body pay him any bonu upon any
thing which lie raised.
The Senator gave main- instances
of uniust discrimination in the
tariff bill against the S-.uth. Among
others that the McKinley bill raised
the tax on cotttn ties from 35 cents
THE FA KM Kits HAVE TAKEN 1I1S
The Senator stated that lor years
he haJ called the attention of tho
farmers to the fact that every other
class "was organized: the business
men, the railroads, the great finan
eiers. and that it was the duty of
the farmers to organize tn order to
resist ie encroachments of the
noney kings. He was glad they
had taken his advice, and now ac
cording to some he was the first
man that some of the members of
this great organization would
That he had never entertained mi,
sentiment or nude any speech that
was not for the interest of the far
mers. That he had looked specially
after theit interest because they
constituted the great majority of
HIS FOSITION ON THE SU15-T11EASL KY
He said that it would give him
pleasure to state that he had been
endorsed by nearly every county
convention that had betn held. And
yet he understood that there were
some good and true men who be
lieved, or had been taught to believe,
that he had been untrue to the in
terests of the farmers-
For the information of that class
of men he would explain his posi
tion with reference to the bill kuo vn
as the Sub-Treasury bill
He stilted that he wai askedl to
introduce the sub-treftsufy bill, find
consented to do lyo, stating
timctAHhost? witf) niadd
that f I could nojrWomi
contained a provision that the
warehouse keepers should be elected
bv the people, which was contrary
to an express provision of the Con
stitution, and he struck that out
and inserted in place of it a provi
sion that they should be appointed
by the Secretary of the t reasury.
Alter investigating the bill most
c.trefully, ami consulting the ablest
constitutional lawyers of the Senate,
he was convinced that the bill was
unconstitutional, and that he could
not support it. That he at once
wrote his conclusion t Mr. Bedding
field, secretary of the State Alliance
That the bill had not then been
called up: that he had not been
called upon to vote upon it; that at
soman doctrine of "equal right to
all, ecial pnviveges lo none."
He said he would ie ashamed to
ask for one class of his eople privi
lege n Inch could not b enjoyed by
other clones. That the law ought
to be impartial in its operations
ami if I he government lent money
to one diss it (tught to leud to
every class; nut tne government
was not and could not under the con
stitution e a lender of money to
any classof its citizens. It was insti
tuted for far different purposes, and
could not do a banking bu.-ines.
Ills liESIKE TO SEKVE THE FKOF1.K.
He further showed that the gov
ernment would be forced to meet
all depreciations in the value of the
product deposited whiebr should ex
An extra session of Congress,
whether obtained by the action
of a mojonty of that body or by
Voting to take a recess, or called
..In i t TT : :ll 1 . .
This remedy is becoming so wen uy .n. ikuhwh, yji
known and so popular as to need no rage upon the tax-payers of the
special mention, ah wno navu uuu
honest labor. The agricultural and
capital at the expense of Vance's laboring classes have not held their this time the bill was before the
!,-, own but have generally followed committee, and that lie might nave
neninu. renameu irom e.vpie&siuK any
That policy led to the demouillza- opinion upon it: but that was not
unwTn n.vr itFATHKi; tion oi silver, wnicn was accom- ins wav oi uoinir imsiiic, aim
plished in 1873, partly by fraud and had no desire to conceal his opinions thc money to pay their n
partly by intent on. The legisla- when formed, from his people. couii not be obtained, if
tion demonetizing sivcr was so con- That afterwards learning that this . , i pn provided to take
country. There is not the slight
est xctise for an extra session
in the war of legitimate public
Kleetrie Hitters sing the same song
nt praise. A purer medicine noes
not exist and it is guaranteed to do
ii ii. a r.l Vlnptrie Ttitters
will core all diseases of the Liver business, and were it notion the
and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, clesoerate condition of the Re-
Poils, Salt .Rheum and other DUbllcan Pttrty it would never
t ions caused i impure oioou. m -
drive Malaria from the system and have been heard of.
prevent as well as cure all Aiamnai business wux be to
l evels. For cure oi Jieauacne, tuu-
Not long ago an intelligent
gentleman said coucermug me 0Paled among the mass of laws in let ter to Mr. Redargued had not
contents minted in a leading the Revi ed Statutes that many been made public, and receiving in
ceed 20 ier cent., and how specula
tors knowing exactly the quantity
of the different products deposited
could corner the market and mani
pulate pi ices.
He said it had always been his
desire and purpose to carry out thc
wishes of his iieople; thit he had
always done so," and that, if this
bill was constitutional he would
vote for it whatever effect
DIDN'T WANT THE DEVI I, TO liET
Tint the people of the State lad
made him a sentinel upon thc
watch-tower, whose duty it was to
warn them, and that having warned
them, he should do their biddin
The question of tne practicability
or impracticability ot any measure
was their business; its constitution
alitv was his business. He had
sworn to support the Constitution,
and if he violated that oath the
devil would get him, not them.
THE NATIONAL HANK SYSTbM.
Upon his position in reference to
thc National banks, he said that he
wrote to Mr. Iieddingfield iu May
last that he was not in favor o(
abolishining the National babks in
the i resent financial condition ot
the country. That this letter re
mainedin Mr. Ueddingneurs nanus
until last week or the week before,
when it was published in the Pro
gressive Farmer, and it was then
charged that he was in conflict with
the r atform adopted at tne late
State convention, or the plank I
therein in relVrence . to National j
VOTED AGAINST EXTENDING THE
NATIOSjL HANK C1IAKTEK.
The Softer proceeded to say that
he haVjbjpen for years ardently op
posedtd tho National Ranking Sys
tems and that he voted against ex
teiTOiag the charter of thc banks-,
or granting any favors to them
which were calculated to perpetuate
or increase their power.
He stated that he had introduced
a bill to repeal the tax of 10 per
cent, on the circulation of State
banks so that State banks might
issue currency to the people and
break up the monopoly which thc
National Ranks now enjoy.
What man in his senses would
favor the abolition of National
Ranks before some other system of
banks had been devised to take their
IMMEDIATE AKOLITION WOULD
The country is full of debtors who,
if the banks were compelled to close
un their business, "in the present
r "..I . n.ltlin.i -.Clwk 0lllltrT "
nnauciai vuimiiiun vi mv- vuumv,
would be utterlv ruined. If the
banks had to collect all debts due
them, where would debtors ooiain
had been provided to take the place
ifthnhnnks. and the property of
ably wa not for film to ay, but
that he could that he lutd'seavcd
them faithfully and hoiuMly. There
had in all these yean Ihmmi n stain
or vandal rotituYtcd with UU name.
That hi- relation with hi w-opU
had lievn harmonious, and that there
had never Ihtii any difference U-
tween them except uinm the Mib-
A FLEA 1 K IIAKVIOUV.
All the iieopk are interwoven
that what benefits one UnietUs all.
That there was too much oinsrl
Alecky talk. Smnc mlk out-ide
the Alliance kv tiun- won't vote
for the candidate for the legislature
who will i.ot pledge himself lo vote
for ante; and some folks inside
te Alliance ay they won't vote
for any.s candidate who de- not
pledge himself to vote for Vance -.-
and in pops a Radical.
LET D1KTY I.1NKN HE WAsilKli nv
THE HACK STEIV.
That if Democrats have anv dirtv
i:...,.. . i. i ... i
""iu ti wa.-Ml. uuu I wit Ml H oil
front steps the back yanl the plni -v
H IN TIMi:
STAND I F TilTUK DEMlM Il.V U .
Stand up to the Democratic part v.
40,000 sub-tieasurv bilU would not
help them as much ax a Democratic
Senate and House. Then ihc law
that oppress the people ran Wic
peapled then further oppies-o.i
can be prevented .
He begged tlu-m nut to vate tiicii
strength fighting merchants half
starved lawyers ud newspapers that
are not friendly. They were ni
their enemies. "Stand within the
ranks, g into the primaries ami
win submit if you do not control."
They were promoting their own
ends when they help the Democratic
party. He assured the faiincix that
he would do anything h could for
them that did not conflict with hi
oath of office, and closed with a
handsome tribute to the Democrat
At the close of his speech cheers
went up from a thousand throats,
and multitudes pressed forward to
shake his hand.
"Till: SAMl'SON 1H2MOCICACY
WOULD TAKK Till-: l'KI
MIUM AT Till: VOULIS
D m't wait to get u k, ! at u h, u
you begin to fc j b.d co-u. and gvt
u tos f uiiiiie. !it mid prevent k-
in-. Tld- i the proj-T n-r of med
icine. If you Will d t!d m ulll
M'aroely ever have a do t.rS bill to
pay or I mouths of time, and
put your friends an. I i l.4!ive- to
kucIi a deal of trouble.
Ill nddttl:i to my cteupb !e line
of pure and reliable" Drus. I carry
Warner's lg Cabin Jle-uedi.-, .
It. R., the S. S. S., tiuiiiiiu la umall
and largequautities ; Simtuotrn I.I v
er Regulator, Faluou Seville Or
ange Rl.is.Mini, Cuticura r.emiHHcs,
Dr. I'ii n cs Favorite 1'res, i iptioo,
the (loldeu Miilio.d Dix-ovi-ry,
Horse and Cattle I'owder (lHHiud
p;ickiigs prepared by the Herb Co.
of W. Va, Quaker brand.)
I'reHcripti.ins carefully compound
ed. ixK'alnnd otllce practice
quest. ResjH'ct fully,
augl tf DR. R. II. Htil.I.IDAY.
thmmnnd of UnfortUUSte
. . K . C r,rtoc. t l.l tri l.-T, I Pnrmafuill i h ! f II IlTVlOV-J if Hm A I W- ... -1.1 1 4 1... 1 . ... f
religious jouruai : i go t,niou0u that th yoled for it Rad pregi. Hncomen were unjcr the impression rilinnIls, nri,.es and bought up by the
the paper examining the titles, dent Grant afterwards stated that that he was in favor of the bill, spCculators who happened to have
irlanr-ino-it thP train of thought "e did not Know mat we approveu uesiring uiai mere miuuiu iu "" ready cash,
glancing at me tram oi iiiou3ut ,,n,ror mi.-ta.,. nu i.k nnitin;i wrntP c .
in pncli TPfidino' some articles o. 1 1.1. fi.0,l r,l 0,i,irMwl t Irwlnt Hhl.nou.uMAo- iia.rb
v J C-1 1 OI UU11U-J1UIUC13 LLiaL lino A . i LttV Jtuvi uuuiiogv-u m. n'
ne iavoreu ine wiauiisiuiiciu v
Carr, in which he
stated his views
stipation and Indigestion try klee
trie Hitters. Kntire satisfaction
guaranteed, or money refunded.
Price on cents, and $1.00 per bottle
Dr. K. H. Holliday's Drugstore,
Clinton, N. C. ; J. R. Smith, Drug
gist, Mt. Olive, N. C.
At a barbecue at Columbus,
Georgia, the otter day the piece
do resistance was an enormous
chicken pie. It was seven feet
long, five feet broad, and deep
enough to hold ten dozen chick
ens. Is Consumption Incurable J
Read the followinMr. C.H. Mor
ris, Newark, Arkansas, says: "Was
down with Abscess of Lungs, and
friends and physicians pronounced
me an Incurable Consumptive. Re
gan taking Dr. King's New Discov
ers for Consumption, am now on
Force bill and other
intended to assist the
can party in retaining control
of the Government : and the
of the bond-holders that this
.f 11 Jl S rt 1 Vw I kr,r. s-wts .rMi it'i f onI
ta.ciu.vum.pu j -fmmio in t.a h,u state banks of issue, based upon
When I flna an article over two and the sound principles of finance where
columns in length I omit it." was recently killed in the House charge has gone out among the peo all people could borrow money upon
.. . i I . . , i.i ,l. l- ikni. t.pniuirlv nnil bo bpllOVed the
m. A . . , 1 I . Kvmrrvh 1 e ftHftrts r t SflfiO L OI" It tll 1. n n TI1QT 10 O'l.l Itl'.IlP IIII I'tlMTII'H I lllv.ll I'l UJ'Vi t, - "
111a -m o tt Tinr na o nriua nan i liiiuuu uiu cuuiii? vi i--,'""- .v.v.., ( 1.111., .ivy - - . v. v ... r- I - -
- 1 1 . . i ; i . 1 I ii- Ii w.li I .t-T. .... I -. Ii (in. . ' rri uii-t; ,rovf T f I rPxiP.HI OI Lilt.
but It Illustrates prevalent hpav-aC! ti1fl rf,tttv of silver coined be annointed iusteadOt elected for
custom among leaders. The in the discretion of the Secretary of the purpose of rendering the mea
i, o, oionno tne xreasury wno is unuer iue m- sure uupuimiKi. iqi va"
6,000 a day, which it will cost, densatiob and brevity.
will have to be paid by the peo- fight against this tendency, and
rde at Urffi. n. mnioritv of whom show the unreasonableness of
C CJ 7 f I
tliience ot views
We may in Wall street.
have, at every Presidential
election since, and including
1876, voted against the Kepub
lican party. A lew more years
the demand for short sermons,
short newspaper articles and
treatises on great subjects, but
we cannot control the conditions
which produce it. The best
The Senator discussed the tariff at
considerable length, and showed
that while factories, Aic, re eived
berefits from the tariff, the farmer
received none, and riaicl all the
profits that the manufacturers en-
ioved. The Senator illustrated the
would be followed by
in this direction.
ON THE DEMOC KA 1 1C
What is needed is extension of
the banking privileges to the people
ot tho States. That Ins votes in
Congress prove that he wanted more
money given to the people this he
tried to secure by voting for the
frfw eninMoro of silver. He stated
that he stood upon the State Demo
of Republican rule and popular way is to recognize the fact and way Republican Senators from farm
vormnpnt. in Ampriea will he take advantage ot tne opportu-
tov , v,.. .....v.... ... I . . Tl. il -l. 1.JO. i
... . I liny. J.iie mougiii. wmou nave
a. tiling oi me pai.
"NOT THE RESULT OF AGITATION BT
bem elaborated in great books
would find a wider circulation
and accomplish more good if
they were compressed into a
are little read becau
ing States were helping the farmers
down South. Senator Davis, of
Minnessota, offered an amendment
to the tariff bill putting binding
twine, made of jute, &c, on the
free list. Every Democrat votea
for it and it was adopted. V ance
Many fine works then offered an amendment putting he rnineift ture had never
)ecause they are jute bagging on the free list, and buUl wJrehousc9 for distipers in sembled in Noi
The Farmers" Alliance is con
so voluminous. The books of eve.ry ' ?.e4Vu,.ca? rFLL Si which they could deposit liquors
tnir.t bottle, and able to oversee is strictlv nonnartizan. and vet the Rible are all short. The "S"181 x,1"'"u.?1"- and that it was as competent forth.
j ' -- T. , A1 . - ' - : ... . r nv tne iarniers oi uie wi i...n.i .K.nfi u'mctm,
Ji is xne mi- 1 1, ,.f ,.,.f i . hriToat nf t lPin can in rpart n aurJ: i.,. 1 .t nl eovenmiem iu uuuu waiwi.-uc
IV 1 11 f W II lilf n AC L. It Ui I ' W WryXLUL ill I - - - ' I MIIllllMV V Ilf2LI UiXlLtL LklH. tl mjv 1 T. 1 1 T.l V.
I t 1- T-v I . - , .
the work on my farm
est medicine ever made."
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, unio,
few hours. Divine wisdom is at the South. The Senator thought
flnonra iiniin fbft i-niit.ies of tlml
, , I .:r , ,tO,1. I , c WoCim l?otnl'ic:in
s iys: ""ad it not been fm Dr. country. Another remarkable . necessary in order to adapt Senators were talking right on the
? order .s that i,,
His reply to this
was that it was not tho truth, and
the whole tenor of his public lite
was a contradiction of the charge.
That he believed the bill was un
constitutional because there is no
express power given in tne consti
tution to the government to loan
money, and none to whic that
power was anxiliary. v
1 nr. i. i i . i i . . i . i.ot t ia
j.nai ne nau iieaiu ii num umi ii.c ..4s niaifrni
itni-nrnmrml Irtnt IllfinPW to tllftl
j V , V.J 11 Mil. ..ly .v-m.v - ' . . . . . .
national bnks. and if so. whv Could Nt i-.kmiaai, ua
Ttnt. thn The Senator booed his hearers
troveinment did not leud the money would excuse hiui for some releren-
to the banks, but deposited it with ce to himselt.
them for its own convenience jusi lie -aid 3b years ago neiiuue iw
as an individual deposited his entry into public life as a member
private money iu banks. of the House o Commons irom
The advocates or the sub-treasury uuncomue couuiy. ouvh
bet ore or since as-
North Carolina. It con
tained such names as Morehead,
the Graham, Gilmer, lisher, hnipp,
Ashe; Rigg-5, t-nerry,
4o.r,r.-i,wif thr.ir iiroflncts. Tinrtch and otliers. an oi 'wiioui
The Kind of Men She Nominates.
bles. Was given up by doctors. Am
now in best of health." Try it. Sam
ple bottles free at Dr. It. H. Holli
d v's Drugstore, Clinton, N. C. ; J.
R. Smith, Druggist, Mt. Olive, N.C.
A Geo.gia editor leads all the
papers on the guessing scheirres.
It asks its subscribers to "guiWys
influence upon the politics of Advocate.
the various sections in which it
,0 t. mt mnminanr unnma tn If hv anv unfortunate combi-I ment in the West
13 I, IUWV UlUUmiKiiK lv. ...i w I ml " " - I ... ,
x I I aw.ot, tv.c Rnniil Jimn Senators
be of a local and spontaneous nation of circumstances the .-J-j; h,J amendment and
character, and yt so general is Republicans shall control thQ defeated it, he told them that their
i a. ! it. . i . T-i . I Trn,,c,n i.nnto nn in t ii q I p.cts illustrated the difference De-
i n t niiTi ii i t 1 1 iti 111 i ii ruu u iiiitiuw i i i i iii 1 11 krTiiii.ii.iii..i.iiwi.. ill i iiu
V IJGt v vUUU I btvu IUU, 1 V l.iJU UI I i
-i rF-,1 I c:ri. o r . .
n TiArtACL DTonnn swaii inn ruiv-oecuuu uuui csa, nun
That this was a misconcentiou ot
the facts. That the governceut
did not build anv warehouses for
distillers to deposit their liquors in,
1 a, A. t a. ii Ihrimaalna
4U . .nnfl,. OUt UlUl Hie U131111C13 IIICUIJV.IW
tann, lliougu uiej weie y.nj . . . n,amTtnao anil thp nvPrn -
onriniK About tha famiprs IllOVe- ' u,ll.iuc""5""'A
"have passed over the river and are
resting under the shade of the trees."
In 185S he was elected member of
Then he was a Uui jn man and
did all he could to keep his people
until the out of the war. and th.it he stcod
The 'Harnett Courier makes
he following comment upon
he action of tho Sampson nom
inating convention :
In the Sampson county nomi
nating convention, Wednesday,
Marion Butler, h(i.. editor of
the Clinton Caucasian, was
nominated for the Senate, W
K. Pigford and U. It. Rell for
the House. J.S.'llizell for Clerk
of the Superior Court, J. M.
Spell for Sheriff, O. F. Herring
for Register of Deeds, J. K. Re i-
nian for Treasurer. This is a
ticket that has never been beat
en by any county in the State.
Mr. Butler is a gentleman ot
intelligence ana culture, ot a
high order of intellect, a grace
ful and fluent speaker and an
able debator aud will rellect
credit alike upon his county and
himself, in the Legislature, and
uemg a gentleman or nositive
convictions, and faithfully de
voted to duty he will be he rd
irom tins winter in the .Male
Messrs. rigiora ana Reli are
gentlemen of Intelligence sobri
ety, honesty and great personal
popularity, and noted for their
honesty of purpose and stiict
adi-erence to a faithtul di
charge of duty. Mr. Ball served
in the legislature lour years
As to the i oiuineor. for the
county offices it is only neoes
cary to say that each one was a
renominaUou aud that is the
highest compliment that can be tate
paid them, for no man Is ever
nominated to any place by the
Democrats of S impson if lie has
ever teen known to flinch from
a manly and faithful discharge
The convention un inim.-iisdy
and enthusiastically passed
warm , resolutions in p ae of
Vance mid instructed the mem
bers of the Legislature to vote
or him. This is just simply
Sam s mi an Democracy for the
Sampson Democracy would take
he premium at the Worlds
air held at any point, and there
it not a Democ.at n Nor h Car
olina but what earnestly h
and expects to see Vane; re e!ec-
ed to the United .tntes Senate
by the next Lei.-Satuie, und he
will get three healthy votes
from tlie land of the' biir blues'
JEFFERSON DAVIS, .
Ex-President of the Confcdtrate Staler.
a MKMniK, BY ins win;
Two large and bundM'tiio oeiave
volumes. About l,.oo page.-. Ilea
vy pajH-1. Many line IlltitratioiH.
The only authorized life of our .h i. I
President. Grand, brave nml lmih.
one day ju-tiee, whieh Mirv.ve all,
shall have t ri u tit j 1mm lt hii figure will
le seen in the clear liuht i.f our
country's history, side by m.Io and
lianiriu hind with th - "few lm
inorta I names that were not born t-
This memoir of thegre.il rtatc-
hian by the lovirg hand d' bin wife.
uiu-t take Its plaon in the urchiven
of the nation. All scn-dblo men.
north and south, mu-t read it. It
must becoiiN-one of the text book
of the coming generation.
Rm.FouD CoMFAxv, I'ublir.lurf.
JAS (). MA'ITl IKWS,
Taylor's Bridge, N. C.
Sole Agent for Sainton Co.
HEADQUARTKltS FOR BKST
PEACH AND AlT'JiE CI DEB,
(Comer -'f Elm and II. II. Street.)
SWEET AND I1AUI) CIDER
always on hand. In addition to
this pleasant and healthy drink.
which are sold at lowest prio-
f or cash.
000 Pipes, of allstvles and
sizes, l ry one.
je 21-1 yr.
ARE YOD AN HEIR?
More than half a billion ofdollart
in tinelaiiiHil estates are awaiting
the rightful heirs in England. Seot
lionl, Wales and Ireland. Mobl of
these heirs are in the United States,
and have been adverti-od for iu
Kngli-h papers. Thousands of heir",
have never seen thoe advertis
ments. If youi ancestors on your
father's or mother's side e.uu from
any of th; above naunil c'Mintries
do not fail to write to K. IP s-, Eu
ropean Clainis-Arency, 227 Grand
St. New York, and certain il" vou
are an neir. our uhviimi atacs-
tor'r, rights are yours by Rriti-.li law.
We hive infbrmatiori ofevi rv -
uid ileeeaseil iwr-on ubo-ic
heirs have been advertise I for in
Rio years. Send Mi-,tal note for 0
cents to injure information. If you
are an lo ir we will recover the
tate for you.
.V rK ovi rv ii' fee.
tween Democrats and
that Democrats voted
111V. 11 '. KJJM3 O- v . - - . I - . .
rovniiu ffiv was naid. ITere he for the Union asioun ainouor couiu
referred to the statutes of the U. S. permit, but when tlw people deciib d
regulating the subject of bonded to go out, he went witn mem.
w:?rehonsf s. He felt, -whither Jhou goest, I
That he believed the bill to be will go; thy people snau De my peu-
lvepuDi icans, ymntA nrnnnsml tlt. nd their God my God
Irom print 1-I . . n.tnin nio..u ..el ..t h? a nanrae ilnrinu" the
to "troNS i' - - iati" r....v . . . certain
' I . - ... - I - A. ill i . ; , at . f l ,i - v. i ; ... i.in .tii 9 mi iv j - i - -
who owes, three years' subscrkp- Alliance lias no political leaaers uovemmeui, win ue in u, iair pie ;uiu epuoncans "i-ia farmers only; that money wa-s not of Are and darkness, when the ciouus
tion and -.refuses
to nay it in dictating its course and build
ing their own fortunes, as
I been usual in all political rev
olutions of the past. What po
litical action it lias taken has
ranks as the
"How to Cure all Skin Diseases.'
simply apply VSwa nk's Ointment.''
V.i internal niedicinc requ'red. Cures
tetter, eczema, itch, all eruptions on tne originated in the
face, h.nnds, nose, Jcc, leaving tne SKin
dear, wh'toaoil healthy. lis great heal- result of education, and is not
ing and cur tive powers are lossessed fe result of agitation DV ofiBL-
by n 0 hr remedy, auk your u.iig
gi'st for i wayne's Ointment.
I cerp.-National Economist.
wav tn lieenmfi n. envfirnment Ha lpnt tn nil tho oeoDie. Dat to oi war were uver mo
J mim m i n.nn iTr,nn Wirr V 4 TJ- I - . . . . I. . .. 1. 1 . ......np f,lin IVtrrrrkltArl
nr. - ii t . I no,, iniiiAwii nunia mu i... d f,moru nn p nnn to l nnsp iarmersi Known lu iiiiij. uuici w 'bv"1
has oi iteea, ior neea ana ny rieea. . . . r ri r-n ,wt h, hH sustained him. in the
MX.Hit . I ill Oil li W1IU laiSITU I.UIIUU, lAiu, mivuvi iu J ,
The protective policy of the lie- oats or tobacco. All larme who con fje J? f Lb
i.s .. ...,t;n nico nthPT nrmliiet.t urn excluded office to which .hey had Called nun.
E" l.rZ:rvZZ .irfmtte bet7Tntended to be Ilewasthestandard-lrerofthe
6ixu "r..rr -iKn,aKiii n.. ,rn ntv in 1876. whan the date wa-.
Hirers oi iriass ver uruieuicu iu iumim j , . 1 " - - . . . .
iQ fnnm-oac: in fb RthI i. . M 4. v,i ,t,,t n,, pmiiH hrtm.w mnnev under its oro-1 redeemed irom iwaicai ruie.
Uiuu"u "b"" suwiaueAMjui wmi c vi-uj I " " "1 I r ,o-ro 41 ,,.1,. ..!.t.l l.i.n
ai,rlntplv more visions, no mailer wnai sts:uiiiy iic 1 111 1010 mo yy. ......
d flrr. who was not a iro- to the Senate, and in 1880 he was
j -j j wuii u max 7 ' i r a 1 4-14-
i. ii iA,.iiwi I ;or Afiho firfl iivrorHl pmiK. Ii fvolAcled. He waxueu to &ay luui
whnP products That he believed in the old Jack-1 whether he hwl served the ieople
Hon. B. 13. Alexander, leading
Alliance man a Democratic can-
district, is out in a strong letter common glass was
tax on the farmer,
in- favor of the re-election
For 24 Years
J. T. GREGORY
has occupied his hame
I'i.urcii Stni-t. .The great and
origu.d leader iu low prices for men's
clot lies Economy in cloth and money
wiii loreeyou l give film a call.
Saylatest Fashion plates always
in hand. June 7th. lyr.
If you wih a flrt-class Sh.ive,
Hair Cut, Shamooort or Mu-tachfe
Dye, call at my place of busings on
Wall S'.rc-et, thnj doei-s Iiomi the
I corner of M. Haitstein's, there you
shoula torture muiseii by in
dulging iu idle fancies of this
kind, is a thing to make tht an
gelt weep. Nashville Advocate
- 1 " .
Extreme sens.tivene-s is ai
- . . . . .
uravj mini, mil, in atLy siii,
The people who are constantly
cn the lookout foraflrouts show
that they are thinking about I
themselves a great deal more l
than is either healthy or 'Jiris-
tian. They are often wr i
moreover, as to matters of fact.
rtii irnld ilnas lint, want t n Imrt
flin,, TbAir rrrVSA nt,U.Ce 'l given to all
r - " parties owing said estate to make
imaginations e .injure up a uiou- immetnate payment.
f and slights where not one was All parties holding claims agaiu-st
intended. That a full grown 1 said estate are hcrebv notifiel to
mau.with any hone.st work to do present their claims within twelve
will find me at all hours.
KAZORS SlIAItr.SIIKAKS KL'E.M
If you want a goxi job don't fail Ui
call on me. J. 11. SIMMONS.
aprlQ tf . Barber.
HAVING QUALIFIKD AS AD
minis' rufnr V I!
.11 - . ! ...
monies irom misuate, or this no
tice will be jdead in bar of their re
Icovery. JOHNS. OWEN,
This August 1st, 1 800. 7-6t