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ample, at eight o'clock, point the
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figure X. It is said that Stanley did
not know this, and was much inter
ested in af.-ct which might prove of
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nervoas and debilitated, who, by
early evil habits, or later indiscre
tions, have trifled away their vigor
of body, mind and manhood, and
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liy iu timely use thousands of hopeless
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THE EDITOR'S CHAIR.
how things look f:(om
qui; stand point.
The Opinion of The Editor and the
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
CLEAR CUT ISSUES.
Xal in fifty yeais has there
been a catnpiign in which the
great Issues, which concern the
welfare of the people, have been
so clearly d. fined, universally
discussed and generally under
stood as in the fight which has
jpst resiilt-d in a t.co)lH'fl victo
ry ; and right hre it should be
rememne nd that formerly in
"of! years," the fights havp, aud
that have been made almost en
tirely on personal or local
grounds. J hit what of the issues
in the "on year" or Presidential
fights ? Iu every campaign but
one ninco the war the two great
parties have tried to prevent of
fending the monopolists and
money powers generally, and at
the same time to stick in a clause
in their platform to catch the
vote f the farming and 1 ibo
ing man. I hey were afraid to
take a stand, afraid to discuss
issues. The parly leaders on
both sides were striving for the
same thing to get office and
patronage, and the interest of
the people were little thought
of after their votes were cap
tured. So since the platforms
of both sides were simply bids
for votes ihey read very much
alike and neither meant any
thing. Fr instance read the
We favor a tariff which, yield
ing a revenue adequate to sup
port the governmeut economi
cally administered, will fully
compensate for all differences
between the cost of manufac
turing ii this aud foreign coun
tries, including the cost of la
bor; and we demand that the
present tariff be reformed so
that the duties upon imported
goods shall bear less heavily up
on articles which laboring men
men are compelled to buy than
upon luxuries, and that, as far
as practicable, raw materials for
manufacturing bo put upon the
It is one of the planks in the
platform in the
campaign of . We leave
the name of the party and the
date blank on purpose, to let our
readers guess if they can to
which party it belongs. The
corresponding plank in the plat
form of the other party is almost
precisely the same in substance
Cleveland becomes President.
His eyes are opened. He sees
the corruption of the govern
ment, how the people are daily
bled to create millionaires. One
eye sees the monstrous injustice
of the tariff tax, the other the
corrupt and theiving monetary
system. He is ashamed of a
party that will sit still and wink
at such robbery and oppression.
He decides to sound the bugle
note of alarm and to make a ten
btrike fer the liberty of his peo
ple. The party leaders beseige
him and say hush, it will never
do! We can't trust the people,
and if we fight the money men
we aro kicked from power. The
honest Cleveland yields. They
make him shut one eye and half
close the other. Wall treet
and the National banks are left
m their glory and 47 per cent
tariff is to be lowered only a
pittance. The other side takes
advantage of the weakening
they promise the money powers
ana uie manuiacturers everv-
thiLg. Thus a half hearted fight
on tne parr, or democracy is
beaten by Republican boodle.
What has become of the people ?
They are still bleeding, bleeding.
bleedikg to poverty, and there is
no hand to stop tbo knife or
physician to heal the wounds
Do the people sit still in hope
less despair ? No ! They arouse
themselves, organize and put
ther heads together to investi
gate the causo of the trouble.
Thay see it. They set forth and
define the issues on which a cam
paigu for honest. government
fhould be fomrht. These Issues
were the truep: inciples A Dem-oc.ar-v,
but principle which the
party Jeaders and time servers
had for half a century been
afraid to advocate. Yes, it has
been a campaign of clear cut
issuer, for the people are now
running their own party in the
interest of the people.
CHANGES NEEDED IN THE ORGANIC
We boastfully sptttk of this
Government as being of, by,
and for the people, and of this
country as being controlled by
the majority of its voters. In
both we are, to a great extent
mistaken. Here are the facts,
let iu carefnlly consider them,
for sooner or later the time will
come when this very condition
of affairs will endanger the very
existence of this republic. On
the 4th day of November, 1890,
an unprecedented majority of
the voters rendered a most em
phatic ve;dict against the Re
publican Congress and adminis
tration, by electing more than
two-thirds of the House of Rei
resentatives. In monarchical
Great Britain such an election
would have compelled an im
mediate and entile change of
administration, with the excep
tion of the Queen, who is after
all but an expensive aud almost
powerless figure head for that
government. What is the result
here ? Practically nothing, so
far as tie policy of this Govern
ment is concerned. The newly
elected House will not meet un
til the first Monday in Decem
ber, 1891, moro than a year
hence, unless called together in
extraordinary session by the
President before that date. And
when it does meet it cannot dot
l ux" or cross a "t" in any law
upon our statute books without
obtaining the consent of the
President and a majority of the
Senate, powers,swhich, notwith
standing the rebuke of the peo
ple, still exist to thwart the will
of a majority of the country's
voters. The House of Repre
sentatives of the Fitty-Second
Congress although more than
two-thirds Democratic, can do
little more th?n furnish the
country the evidence ri the good
intentions of thi Democratic
party, for even should there be
Republican Senators enough who
vote with the Democrats to mod
ify or repeal the obnoxious and
unpopular McKinley tariff law,
which is extremely doubtful,
the Republican President, whose
term lasts exactly as long as
that of the Fiffy-Second Con
gress, would be certain t veto
all such measures. It will re-
quije another victory in 1892 to
enable the people to realize the
fruits of the one just won over
the Republican party. This
will never be aral Government,
of, by and for the people, until
euch changes have been made
as will enable the response to
the popular will, on the part of
the governing powers, both ex
ecutive and legislative, to be
Blaine Looming up for Defeat in
Washington, 1). C, Nov. 18, '90.
Mr. Benjamin Harrison is no
longer "in it." His chances of
a renomidation, if he ever had
any, have been knocked int
smithereens, and ths wily Sec
retary of State is again thr au
tocrat of the badly shaken up
and demoralized Republican
party. This is doubly fortunate
for the country, because, in the
first place, if there is no reac
tion, the adeice of Mr. B'aine
will prevent the Senates passing
the Force bill at tbo coming
session of Congress, and Mn the
next place, because if Mr. Blaine
be the nominee of the Republi
can in 1892 he is certain to be
defeated. For these reasons the
Democratic leaders are pleased
with the change which has come
over their opponents.
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Cruses, Sores, Lficers, Salt Rheum, Fe
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CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1890.
HEAVY COTTON RECEIPTS
THE FAIR LAST WEEK
The CAROLINA MACHINE
WORKS FINE PLAYS
AT THE OPERA.
Col. Sutton for Speaker of the
House The Sanipoii Victory.
Fayettevii.le, N. C,
November 12th, '90.
The Cumberland Fair last
week had weathir "to tackle,
but was- a success "all the
same." The weather Tues
day and Wednesday was good,
anc the attendance large for
those days. Thursday and Fri
day, however, it was abomlna
bly bad weathei. It rained and
kept at it. The crowd on Thurs
day was nuite lanre. The exhib
ition was the best in the hislo-
ly of the society, and this was
tne rjtu annual fair. The city
was lull of visitors and they
eujoyea themselves. Many
young lady visitors are still here.
The cotton receipts iu Fayette
ville since September 15 are 13,
500 bales. This is 8,500 more
bales than wa3 received at this
dat;j last year. The price paid
at Goldsboro and Raleigh last
week was 8f to 8 , while in Fay
etteville the buyer readily Daid
9 cents. Our exceptional freight
rates, on account of water com
petition and the many factories
which get their supply of the
staple trom here enable the buy
ers to pay higher prices than
the other inland markets.
The Rose Osborne Company
played two nights last week nt
he Opera House, in "Satan"
and "Forget Me Not-" The Hi
Henry Minstrels also gave two
performances, and captivated
the people , with the best inin
siiel show ever here. In fact
you scribe has never seen as
good, even in New Yorkand
Washington. The Opera House
was packed, and many people
had to staud both nierhts. The
seatiug capacity of the house is
Little Lord Fauntlerov will
bn presented at the Onera. House
on Wednesday nirht. The box
sneets shows that all the reserv
ed seats will be taken two days
before, as everybody nearly is
anxious to see this celebrated
The Fayetteville Choral Asso
ciation was organized recently
witn ntty-nve membership will
so-jn reach loO of the best neo-
ple in the city. Month!? enter
tainments will be given.
Ihe Independent ComDanv
ha 3 organized a band with eigh
teen pieces. Among the instru
ments is four clarionets. Mess.
Novitzsy, Reinsberg, Sheetz and
others are among the leaders.
it win dh oue of the best in
The North Carolina Machine
Works were chartered recentlv.
and the building are rapidly go
ing up. Mr. W. H. Russell, cf
the Shocko Machine Works, of
New Hampshire, is he largest
stockholder. Machinery for
wood will be manufactured, and
all kinds of machinery repair
ed. The capital stock is $20,000.
J. his is an important addition
to the industries of the city.
Col lhos. 11. Sutton was else
ted to the Legislature by 1,855
majority, and Mr. McGill by
1.825. they made excellent reD-
resentatives before, and now go
back for their third term. Col.
Sutton is a candidate for Speak
er ot the House, and the sigus
point to nis election. His emi
nent abilities aud valuable ex
perience in matters of legisla
tion entitle him to the position.
He was a leader in the House
two years ago, and made a capi
tal reputation, and a record so
good that our people gave him
majority 1,200 larger than
that of two years ago. He is a
people's man, aiid letters are
coming to him from representa
tives elect from all parts of the
State, pledging him their hear
ty Mipport for the SpeakershiD.
Old Cumberland expects Samp
son and adjoining counties to
support hi in.
The First Baptist Church of
this city will celebrate its 53rd
anniversary on the 6th iust.,
the exercises to continue three
daye. Among the men of note
who will be here are Revs. Dw.
Pritchard. C. Durham. F. W.
Easou, W. B. Cobb and many
others, it will be an interest
ing occasion, lhis congrega:
tion has recently bnilt a new
parsonage, repaired the church
and raised the pastor's salary to
A new Methodist church is
being bnilt in the southern part
ol the city. It will be known
as'Rose's" Chapel; in honor of
the late "Uncle" Beverly Rose
This makes three Methodist
churches in ihe city.
and XKTlulto Oupromaoy.
Mr. Fleet R. Cooper was here
last week attending the Supe
r'or Court. II is just ager.ial
and dever as ever, and has suc
ceeded u a Uwyor, his $m vices
being called into requisition in
many Important cases.
Editor Butler accept oar con
gratulations on your election to
the Senate over such stronir aud
desperate opposition. Your elec
tion was one of the most im
portant victories in the State.
Go to the Senato and work for
me interests oi we people, as
yon have so unselfishly don in
thy past, and your people will
give you the plaudit, "well done,
go-su and faithful servant."
Sampson will have cause to be
proud of her representatives in
the General Assembly.
T m t a
uozens oi new dwelling are
in course of erection, and the
style of them are modern. Many
of them are costly.
MB. CLAY'S TARIFF IDEAS.
An Extract from His Tariff De
bate with Mr. Calhoun Sena
tor Carlisle on the Same
tion the Itcsultof Pro
duction of all we
Albertson, jn. C, Nov. 12.
i our reirence, in your issue
All 1 . , .
oi tne otn instant, to "20 per
cent." as being "Mr. Clay's idea
of a tariff," induces mo to call
vour attention to what Mr.
Clay said about ' Drotection" in
his debate with Mr. Colhoun in
1838, while the compromise
tariff was nearing its minimum
of 20 per centum:
"No one, Mr. President, in the
commencement of the protec
tive policy, ever supposed that
it whs to be perpetual. We
hoped and believed that tem
porary protection, extended to
our infant manufactures would
bring them, up and enable them
to withstand competition with
those of Europe. We thought,
as the wise French minister
did, who, when urged by a
British minister to consent to
the equal introduction into the
two countries of their respec
tive productions, replied that
free trade might be very well
fur a country whose manufac
tures had reached perfection,
but was not entirely .idopted to
a country which wished to
build up its manufactures. If
the protective policy were to
entirely cease in 1842 it would
have existed twenty-six years
from 1816, or e'ghteen from
1824; quite as long as, at either
of those periods, its friends sup
posed mi .ht De necessay."
It Mr. Clay were living now,
he would stand just where
Beck stood, and where Carlisle
now stands for a tariff for
By the way, if the Protec-j
tionhsts succeed in securing the
production in this country of!
eveiy article needed by the j
people, direct taxation Avill be
come necessary, and " then the
people will begiu to understand
t he extent of the extravagance
and corruption of the Govern
ments So be it, if there is no
other redemption! But it will
net come to that; .he recent
election forebodes the down
fall of the plutocrats, aud we
may hope that the great heart
of the American people is true
to the principles of justice and
fraternity. Let us all rejoice !
Yours very truly,
B. F. Grady.
AN ANCIENT RELICT
That No Longer Succeeds in
The Lodge force bill aud the
Topeka Capital did splendid ser
vice in wipinir out Republican
majorities, anl a vote of thanks
are due them. If the force bill
had passed the Senate, and a
newspaper like the Topeka Cap
ital established in every State,
the Reoublicau vote would have
een too small to count. The
war closed a long ti me ago. hence
the old-fashioned bloody shirt
campaign of sectional hate fails
to draw the votes. National
A man who has practiced medicine for 40
veare, ought to know salt from sugar;
read what he e3ys. -
- Toledo, 0., Jan. 0 1837.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co Gen
tleiueu : T haye been in in the general
practice of medicine for most-40 years,
and would Bay that in all my practice.
have never seen a preparation that
cculd prescribe with as much confidence
of success as I can Hall's Cure, man
ufactured by you. Have prescribed it a
great many times and Us eflect is won
dcrful, and would say in conclusion that
1 nave xi to find a case of Catarrh that
it would not cure, if they wouM take it
according to directions.
L. L. GORSUCH, M. D
Office, 215 Summit St
we win give ior any case o
Catarrh thai ean not be cured with
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F-LCHENEY & CO.,PropsM ToIedo,0
, OSold by Druggists, 75c. - -
It u rvcnr wiunan'. ilitir fir.t i
ewond to her family, and third to mm i ty to
pjer ncnt, attnu-tivr and t- sn ndvautute
In . k- 1.1
The C1ine is VanBs Drm.
The elaborately dressed wo
man, on the street especially, is
destined to bo a larily. Flashy
styles will be uiven over l the
marked woman who seek for
attention attention so far as
criticisms of their owu sex and
the sneers of the men are con
cerned. That the time is ripe
for a material change in the
fashions is conceded by all wo
men of taste aud intelligence .
Styles have run to the extreme,
until only a little distance re
maineu to tne point of th ex
ceedingly rediculoua The strain
ou the purse has been severelv
felt. Chancres, and of a radical
nature, became so frequent that
even the wealthiest found diffi
culty in keeping pace with thbm.
Ihe reaction which has set in is
both timely and healthy. Wo
men on every hand are welcom
ing the dawn of the fimple in
dress, while man will have ex
tended to him the honor he has
always esteemed the greatest
that could bo conferred upon
him to walk the street with a
woman in neat, but simple at
tire. Ladies' Home Journal.
Woman in Politics.
ft is when politics enter upon
the personal phase that the wo
man shines, says a writer in
Harper's. If sli3 has a brother,
a husband, or a dear friend who
is in one or the other party con
tests, she proceeds with a sub
tleness, peculiar to her sex, to
(irnwn lli flYvta urifh etisrAaa
and if she does not succeed it is
not ior iacK oi persistence or
adroitness It is when the wo
men drop ther arguments and
take to their own peculiar arts
that they are powerful and to
be feared, if against you aud to
be worshipped if for you.
Tho Princess of Wales has
displayed a penchant for brown
which is likely to make the
color fashionable. Thi ip. for
tunate, as it is a most becoming
color to most women, and can
be chariHimrly blended with
old, soft pink shades aud palest
The straight, plain skirt, so
becoming to slmi fitrures and so
rying to stout ones is no: to ha
worn much longer. There ars
sinus of change ; more drapery
in the front may bo worn by
those who do not wish t3 .em
phasize every curve of their fig
ures, and a tendency to small
paniers on the hips is evident.
The new autnmn color is call
ed "bark." It is a rich leddih-
,an, exactly the color of the
sails ou the Venice lagoons with
the ' sun seen through them
neither brown, nor red, nor
orange, but a mixture of all
hreo; and 3 fine, rich, becoming
mixture it is, quite suitable to
both blendes and brune tes.
There is a revulsion against
the very close-fitting tight skirls
and while steels and pads are
not visible, dresses are made
full at the back, with a natural
and graceful flow. Some -f the
newest street dresses are quite
plain in front and at the sides,
with folds behind, or have fan
folds in front, plain sides and
IF A GIRL 1SBOKN
In January, she will be a pru
dent housewife, given to melau-
choiy, but good tempered.
If in February, a humane and
affectionate wife and tender
If in March, a frivolous chat
terbox, somewhat given to quar
reling. If in April, inconstant, not
very Intelligent, but likely to
be good looking.
If in May ,handsome, amiable,
and likely to be happy.
If iu June, impetuous, will
marry early and be frivolous.
If in July, passably hand
some, but with a snlky temper.
If in August,atuiable and
practical, and likely to mar:y
If in September, diecreot,
affable, and much liked.
' If in October, pretty an
coquettish, and likely to De un
If in November, liberal, kind,
and of a mild disposition.
If in December, well-propor
tioned, fond of novelty, and ex
He advertised : "Send teu ct nt-J,
and learn how to find tho day of the
month with jul a calendar." -
Ten cent was pent acd the instruc
tion was given s "Find out the date
of the day before yesterday and add
two." itew York Bun.
-155 IXUBLK COLUMN ADVERTISEMENTS.
I have been t tho Northern markets in poison ami Louth, a
large toek of
MEN'S, BOY'S AND YOOIE'S CLOTK! .
Dhect from manufacturer. I will not ak you $15 for a fcio
Ruit of Clothes, uur gds are marked in plain figure, wlikh
is a small margin above coat, and J.s tho flt and ixnl price w
will ask you I guarantee a fit and the full value of your moiwy.
I also bought a lar.ro line of GENTS' FUKNISIIINC GOODS.
DRESS GOODS of all kind-., of the latest designs and patterns
A full lino of ST A I'LL DRY GOODS and NOTIONS,
A! so LADIES' CLOAKS and SHAWLS, and GENTS' HATS
We handle the very ht LADIES' SHOES in town for $1.00.
Of fine Dress Shoes for gents' and ladies' I have a nic0 asr? -ment.
I have secured tho services of Mr. K S. Peterson-, who will be
with me after.this.
J5-I am still soj ling that same Spool Cotton at I c''m a
spool. How can 1 afford to do it? There Ii no limit cm a, ho I
save you 25 per cent.
Please notice that I am no longer handling JIardwaro aud
Groceries, and am giving my entiro attention to the above line
Thanking you for your past confidence and patronage and
hoping that our future buslnes.i relations will ever be audi as
to merit your continued esteem and patronage,
I am, Very Respectfully,
4m 9 wmm&
Charlotte, N. O.
EJVGIJWSS,- BOILERS, SA W MILLS,
PRESSES, GWS, WHEAT AM) CORX MILLS
REPAIR WORKS, PIPE FITTINGS
' decl)6m SllIIJ'G, PILIE YS and BEL'JLNG
On Grog Row, Opposite Court-house
: WATSON & PETERSON
off f , , Kee' a -'""- "sk of Tobacco, Cigars,
Snuff, etc., and aLo a wkll si:i,Ecm j-.tock ,l '
Standard Family Groceries.
w.w-IN 1;EMl-ULJ,1'iIi- that a fitter lino of Wines, liraluli,,
Whiskies, etc., can seldom h found. i-n'iii,
&- The famous Rufus eeks Brawiy (whi.-ii all connoi..,,
decla-e the best ever tasted) -.ui be bought no where elue " ' '
Pure up country Corn Whi.u y a specialty.
The patronage of tiie publi? i reipectfwiiy dU'AUul
o to a cS, Wti
4XA) w Xfu .-JUT tkJj)
MRS. A. E. MURPHY, Owner ;u,d" !'ro Metres;.
Sixteen New Large Comfortable
Rooms Just Added.
CjatrVly loc.it I. Si oy ynxtTn ,, n z rcul. Traveler y
Attentive rwit4. P o Fiwt-fJIa. Iu Every Rawact.
Fres Tr.mp..rtatio:i f .,ia an-I to D-pit ' " "
The Traveling Public Cordially Invite I to top at tho '
Notice of Sale !
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
of the Superior Court ot
Sampsou county, In case f Hay
wood reterson vs. J.J. li roflsoii, et
al.t the undersigned will," on Nov.
22nd, 1890, at Clinton, N. C, by
public auction, for cash, sell the fol
lowing lands, adjoining lands of J.
D. Carter and others, in Lisbon
township, being same described In
a mortgage deed from said Bronhon
to said Peterson, recorded in booV.
65, pages 299 and 300, containing 125
acres, more or less.
HENRY C FAISOX, Com.
October 29tb, 1890. td
fi' KATKS m&ar a tikm K
)f -V LA r.CI ES tcaay a o'-u !tti i;ri.
HKVIVEA many a u!J beo?ct.
rKESERVESJisaiiy hr- hukc
TUtrc.Wts a-Ju rUx! iu a poji'ir i r,
cue tl prop! are anxUms raJ.
W. S. MM.
Itav'cjiist rnreivMl a larc lit of
Kie-.'iii t JewcJry. Thi I will guaran
tee to th purchaser to he jut as rep
rnt.!. I Htlino rhf-ap, "fire ghilt"
Z-hU but carry a stastjard uwf or
oou fko.yt ooons. The att( ntiou of
ihe lauiei in called t tho latet.- Lyls
of r.it east inns the v are "t&njM of
Tlnj old reliable and standard sbn
THOMAS CI.OCK3 always io stock,
in yariou j-.tyles aud sizes. ...
IKiT licmlrinrf f Watches and Clocks
iid laeniliD; Jewelry is a ejHjc'aHf.
Ai woru i cc is guaranteed to jpve cu
satisfaction. -J ' .
ep5tf . - .T. It AWLS.