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CLINTON. N. C, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1891
IU the Largest Circulation In
Third Congressional DUttkt.
It print the news and teiU ttw
You Men of IUuinww, it will
jiay you to advertise in it.
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THE EDITOR'S CHAIR
Goldsboro, N. U.
Will practice In Sampson county.
HOW THINGS LOOK FROM
OUR STAND POINT.
I "Cross-Eyed Sam Goes to Lil-
M. LEE, M. D.
11ARCLAYVXU.E. N. C, Hay 5, '91.
Mr. Editor A I was not cast out
from tho colutnna of your paper l
The Opinion Of The Editor and the will speak again to your readers
i . . .
PuysicianJSuu.'jkos aicd Dentist,
t rrtc- in Lee's Drug Store. Je 7-lyr
A. STEVENS, M. D.
pVYHirfAX and Surgeon,
(OlUce over Post urace.j
. . i.ii it.
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
r Sunorln tendon t ot Public In-
rMy oe found at night at the gtructIon1rof E. A. Alderman.
.eldenc. oi tiw would thatftound on the next
(State ticket? And what a level-
i T E. FAISON, hoaded, able and progressive huper-
; ATTORNEY AND CoUNSEJ.L- Jntendent he would make! Hoknows
OR AT Law. the people in the State, he knows
Office on Main Street, their needs, and is probably the
will practice In courta pfSa"1!0" ' Mid most advanccd IMiucator in the State
. II.. nln.. nnllllTie. AMI 111 OHVICUIC ......
u)uuiiu . " a..,.4av.i x tita I t(wlftv. The State needs such miMi
and must have shch a man in that
DR. TALMAGE'S SERMON.
SUBJECT OF THE DISCOURSE,
INVITATION TO A WEDDING."
Court. All business iniruwi w iw
care will receive prompt anu careiui
The Supreme Court have decided
Attorney and Counsellor that sleeping cars and telegraph com
AT Law. panics may be taxed within the State
Ottlce on Wall Street. where they operate. They hold that
Will Bianiw hi ?",i"""'n T rX,, it i not a tax business., but a tax
'"Vr mt. on property four... In,. Stale.
Prompt personal attention will Vie gives us pleasure to note a decision
reuto all legal business. ie .-iyr fr0m our courts that does not veneer,
wedher-cock like, with the breath
riRANK ROYETTE, D.B.S.
alas for the
through your columns.
The County Commissioners ot
Harnett met in session id Liliington
on the 4th instant and Mr. G. E.
Prince tendered his resignation as
Countv Surveyor, to become cieiK
the Superior Court.
There were several t nets t lat.u
fold for taxes tor and lb'JU,
thmirrh the most of it will be re
"Cross-Eyed Sam" was much sur
prised to call on a gentleman the
other day who had two boys plow
ing one horse with two plows, tie
was sowing eottoi . lie aiu tnc
d n old planter was out of fix and
he could make more time mat way
than any other.
This community was blest with a
refreshing shower this morning.
Mr. J. C. Lee, one of Johnston
county's most enterprising farmers
and old bachelors, will lead to the
hymeneal altar Miss Minnie Eld-
ridge on the 7th of May at seven A.
M. Thev leave tor a Northern tour
Tuesday evening from Selma, N. C
T. S. Jones, ot Dunn.Ts. C, nas a
mare that lounu a con on .uay isi
that was three feet and three inches
in hehrhth and four feet and four
jnches in lenirth.
Wishing you and yotir paper much
All Things are Ready.-WiSl you
Come? Jesus sks You. the Ho
ly Spirit Asks You, the Church
ARE YOU READY 7--THEN COME.
of corporations. But
.Innravlftr onH nnrmnlmn oC n fnim- SUCCCSS, I aill tOUUiy OUrS,
ly wnere meii iaiiu iuwiuivw uir
acts of simple justice oven I
nffl mi Main Street.
Otot hierviceB to the ple of n
VulV the highest judicial power.
Ill Vll IIHM " 1VIIH.illJ " "
i..... .ri.i vtMtiatiutlnn cruaranteed.
ndrxiv terms are siricny cun. uiimuuiy m mo wi
Don't ask mo to vary from, this rule, killing of the Italians in the city of
I New Orleans failed to find a bill ot
ndjctnient against the city. The
News & Observer, in commenting
upor. tneir action, says:
GOSSU'EICS IN PENDER TOO.
JEWELRY Al CLOCKS!
1 hufe jut rc-eiveil a larae lot o1
Klejiaut Jewelry. This I will guarnu
ls to thw purchaser to be ju?t aa reiv
rtntDUl.; 1 ell no cheap, "fire guilt
"There were eleven men killed
by the people, of whom eight is said
to have been citizens of this country,
and another to have declared his in
tention to be naturalized. That
leaves only two who were still sub
rivJs but carry standard line ok leaves oniy two wno were sun suu
uoi front goods. The attention of jects of any foreign country. But
ih tixl'ie in tailed to the latest stvlefc
of bukast pins thev are "things of
Thw old reliabk and standard SETII
THOMAS CLOCKS always in stock,
in various styles and sizes.
in anv event none were maltreated
because of their nationality. The
fact that they were of foreign birth
was not the point: it was the fact
that they were offenders in the eyes
of the people. The failuro of the
UeDairin" of Watches and Clocks Grand Jury to indict may emDarrass.;
V : HrAt.rv Rlain in his dinlomatiei
ttiid mentfinsr Jewelry is a specially.
Ali work I dc is uarauteed t cive eu
ep5 tf G. T. ItAWLS.
treatment of the case, but the inci- J
dent is no proper cause of ill-feeling -1
between Italy and the united btates.
It was not the result ot prejudice
against Italians, for our people have
L T..& G. F. ALDERMAN i
No. 112 North Water Street,
WILMINGTON, N. C.
CJotton incl Timber.
Country Produce handled to best ad-
Moore's Creek, N. C May C, '91
Mr. Editor Judging by the arti
cle on "Gossip" in your issue ot
April 22nd, and the local scripts of
April 30th, your county is more
or less infested with the "evil doer",
or rather those who attend to other
people's business, I send you a copy
of a notice which was addressed to
the people of North Carolina, and
tacked up near the store ot a country
merchant in Pender county, just to
show you that other counties are
cursed by members of the same pro
fession. I submit the following,
without the slightest change :
"TO T1IK PEOPLE OF NORTH CARO
"1 wish tocali the attention of the
1 rm -.T 1 1! i... .J- I-.!-.
people 01 xsonn jaroiin:i wj una
point that is mat I want to ?jea iree
asrent to attend to my own business,
as I think that the people of Pender
county has benn tending to it for me
for ten vears. and tending to it
wrong all of the time and conspir
inir to keep me cut off. This April
27th. '91." The name will not be
given 'til further complaint is made.
E. M. P.
Did you ever think about the fix
this people would be in it wenaano
national banks and no provision for
eettinir money out of the hands of
the government and into the hand
of the neoole? One way would be
Reference 1st National Bank, to sell the money to the people, ar-
MISS HELEN FOWIjE.
Foremost in the Hanks of South
ern Belles and 15eauties.
Wilmington, N. C.
Si EYI BARBER SHOP.
When ; ou wish an easy shave,
As gtoJi battier ever gave,
Just call oi us at our saloon
It u.orning, eve or noon;
We cot and dress the hair with grace,
T suit the contour of the face.
Our room is neat and toweis ciean,
Scissors sharp and razors keen,
And everything we think you'll find;
T uit the face and please the mind,
ind all pur art and skill can do,
It vou just call, we'll do for you.
Shop on DeVane Street, opposite
Court House, over the old Alliance
The' Clinton Barber.
other way to give it to thm, ami
another to lend them the money. Ilk
is st Id to them when the govern-
nient pays salaries and construe i
public buildings. It is given away
in some cases, but tokGep from lerxd!
ing it to the people they turn the 1
government over to the national
banks and let them lend it, to the
people. They turn it over to the na
tional banks for the cost of printing
it, and the banks lend it to youi for
what they can force you to pay.
Now, I submit that instead of
lending it to the people second hand,
it would b better nd safer to lend
it direct. It would be more bu sin ess
like, honorable and oien handed, and
less liable to cheating and oppn :ssion,
to lend it to the people upon th e most
potential security that exists. The
government cannot he injured hy di
rect contact with the people- The
people cannot steal the govern ment
or the money.
Wo hear it said the government
ha3 had a great deal of worry put
ting the money out of the treasury.
Frank Leslies' Weekly tor some
weeks been giving cuts anc sketches
of Southern beauties and belles. This
week's edition contains a very fine
likeness of Miss Helen lowie, of
lteleitrh. and the tollowing ?ketci
"Miss Helen Eowle, whosw por
trait appears, is the daughter of the
iate lamented Gov. Daniel Fowle,
of North Carolina, and was th grace
ful and popular mistress of the ex
ecutive mansion at Ilaleigh, up to
the lime of his decease. Entering
into and sympathizing with his du
ties and tastes she accompanied her
distinguished father in all his jaunts
abroad, and was part and parcel of
his political triumphs. She rank
deservedly among the foremost beau
ties of the Old North State. At the
White Sulphur Springs last Mimmer
IMiss Fowlo was a recognized bellt;,
tmd she is a favorite in every circle
:in which she appears. State Chron-
If you wish & lirst'Clasa Shave,
Hair Cut. Shauipoon or Mustache
gye, cal at my lace i of I bus in ess on f worried the last
Wall Street, three doers from the i than anything else.
"Xftf aIJ 8,t e Cleveland's policy at first was to let
will find me at all hours. thfi money p in the treasury
BAZOES SUIRr, SHE AKS KEEN! until it was a menace to the prosper-
tnK dnn't ftdl f. Ity ot the country, so as to bring a
.. r it Dummvo
eau on me. j,n. duuuuho,
"Cross-Eyed Sam' Goes
N; BOONE has opened a Shoe
making and Repairing Establish
ment over the office of Dr. A.
Iloliues, opposite Murphy House,
on Main Street, and will be glad to
receive a liberal share of the public
patronage. Satisfaction guaranteed
pressure upon Coagress to- suhmit to
a reduction ot the tarifr. it piled
up high and he submitted to it for
awhile. Then he became anxious
and he authorised Mr. Mill s to send
in a bill, and I can criticise Mr. Mills
because I live in his distr ict, to au
thorize the payment ot s premium
in the purchase of bonds. Mr. Mills
introduce d the bill, hut a llepubli
(Special Correspondent. )
Married, at the residence of Mr.
W. S. Eldxidge, Johnston county, on
the 7th of May, Mr. J. Claudt? Lee
to Miss Mary F. Eldridge, at S:15 A.
M. They left at 9:15 for Selaiit to
take a wedding tour in the North
George MassengiP, J. P., officiating.
The gvoom fifty-five years, tbc: bride
twenty. The attendants were as fol
lows: Mr. W. A. Lee "with Miss
Geogie Wood; Mr. M. Bell with
Miss Bettie Eidridge; Mr. J. W.
Brooklyn. May 10. An interesting
ceremony was performed this morning
in the BrwkJyn tabernacle before the
sermon wiu preached. A number of
infants who had been brought there by
their parents were baptized. The -water
used was some of that which was
brought by Dr. Talmage from the river
Jordau. The main auditorium of the
tabernacle and the adjoining rooms
were crowded bv an audience of seven
thousand persons. The subject of Dr.
TTalmage's sermon was, "Invitation to
a Wedding," and the text Luke xiv, 17,
"Come, for all things are now ready."
Holy festivities today. We gather
other sheaves into the spiritual garner.
Our joy is like the joy of heaven.
Spread ths banquet, fiil all the chalices.
We are not today at the funeral of a
dead Christ; we are celebrating the
marriage of the King's son.
It was an exciting time in English
history when Queen Elizabeth visited
Lord Leicester at Kenil worth castle.
The clocks in all the towers and through
out the castle were stopped at the mo
ment of her arrival, so continuing to
point to that moment as the one sur
passing all othera in interest.
The doors of the great banqueting
hall was-opened. The queen marched
into ther sound of the trumpets. Four
hundred servants waited upon the
guests. It was a scene that astonished
all nations when they heard of it. Five
thousand dollars a day did the banquet
cost as it went on day after day. She
was greeted to the palace gates with
floating islands, and torches, and the
thunders of cannon, and fireworks that
set the night ablaze, and a burst of
music that lif ted the whole scene into
enchantment Beginning in that way
it went on from joy to joy. and - f mm
excitement to excitement, and from
rapture to rapture. That was the great
banquet that Lord Leicester spread in
Cardinal Wolsey entertained the
French ambassadors in Hampton court.
The best cooks of all the land provided
lor the table. The guests were kept
hunting in the parks all the day, so that
their appetites: might be keen, and then
in the evening hour they were shown
into the banqueting hall, with tabla
a-glittor with imperial plate, and
a-blush with the verpcostliest wines, and
the second course of 'the feast was made
of food in all shapes, of men and birds
and bessts, and dancing groups, and
jousting parties riding upon each other
with ur lifted lances. Lords and princes
and ambassadors, their cups gleaming
to the brim, drank first to the liealth of
the king of England, and then to the
health of the emperor-of France. That
was the banquet that; Cardinal Wolsey
spread in Hampton court
A GRAXP KXTBSTATXilKrr.
But today., my brothers and sisters, I
invite you to a grander entertainment.
My Lord thi King is the banqueter,
angels of G-d are the cupbearers, all
the redeemed are the guests ; the halls
of eternal ilove frescoed with light and
paved with joy and curtained with un
fading beauty are the banqueting place,
the harmonies of eternity-are the music,
the-chalices of God are the plate, and I
am one-of the servants come out with
invitations to all the people, and oh,
that you Might break the seal of the
invitation and read m ink of blood ana
with the tremulous hand of a dying
Christ, "Oome. come, for all thing3 are
Sometimes there have been great dis-
npointmerrts at a banquet. The wine
has given out, or the servants have been
rebellious, or the lights have lauea,
but I walk all around the banqueting
table of my Lord today, and I find
everything complete, and I swing open
the door of this banqueting house and
I sav, "rAll things are now Beady.
inast.-ating mv text I. go on, and in
the firsi; place say that the Lord Jesus
on 3 hundred and eighty days. This
Iwts forever. Lords and princes were
invited to that. Yoa and I are invited
to this. Yes, be has been waiting. He
Is I waiting now. Other kings wrap
themselves in robes of beauty and
power before they come into a banquet
B4 does' Christ Ob, be is the fairest
of the fair! Ia his hand is the omnipo
teat surgery that opened blind eyes,
and straightened crooked limbs, and
hooted the pillars of heaven, and swung
the twelve gates which are twelve
pearls. Oh, what a Christ a Christ of
beauty, a Christ of power!
There are not enough cups on earth
to dip up this ocean of beauty. There
a? not ladders to scale those heights of
lore. Oh, thoa flower of eternity, thy
breath is the perfume of eaven. .Ul),
thou daybreak of the souL let all na
ti ins clap their hands in thy radiance.
Chorus! Come men and angels and
cljjrubim and seraphim and archangel,
all heights, all depths, all immensities.
Chorus! Roll on through the heavens
in chariot of universal acclaim, over
bridges of hosanna, under arches of
coronation, by the towers chiming
with eternal jubilee. Chorus! Unto
him that loved us and washed us from
our sins in his own blood, and made us
kings and priests unto God, to him be
Ah! there is one word of five letters
that I would like to write, but I have
no sheet fair enough to write it on,
and no pencil good enough to inscribe
it Give me a sheet from the heavenly
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
The Attention She I Att ratting
throughout the Ltitlreiwutli.
NEWS NOTES FKUM A srEt'IAl. OOK-HKSfOSDENT.
Monopoly ii Mm
THE LAST THOUGHTS OF
CUltlST VS. THE LAST
Charlotte, N. C May 9, '91.
t wt it n n ttf certain that the read
ers of your pai will be interested 1 Repentance and the Remission of
In the attention cur I'ueen tuy- Sins vs. Temporal Creed and
Liiarioue l aiiraciiu imuusuwuv
the South. Like other points in the
"Dixie" country, new energy has
been called Into play, new Ideas for
mulated and possibilities carefully
invest Izated. In thee researches
Charlotle did not wait the coming of
strangers to organize land com panics
and sell the stock for the purpon? oi
'THE WORLD IS MV PARISK- TWO
Both the method and results when
. m 1 . 43 1 . . m 9 . a
raisins capital, but her own citizens, Jnsnon ifunrun .Kr or... Byrup of j., u Uien; H u pleasant
at least six of her wealthiest, Messrs. Plea for t he Uul versallty of freshing to tho taut, acd acts
E. D. Latta, E. B. Springs, O. P.
Heath, Dr. M. A. llland, F. 11 Mc
Dowell and J. L. Chambers organlz
ed, twelve months ago, tho Char
lotte Consolidated Construction com
pany, and with tholanre capital paid
in bought 450 ncres of land border
ing on the Southern corporate limits
of Chat lotte, and since that time
they have transformed this property
into perhaps the lovliest spos In the
Southland. The town has been
named Dilworth, in honor of Mr.
Edward Dilworth Laaa, tho actual
founder of this beautiful addition to
Jr vet promptly on Ue jviunejt.
Aver and Bowel, clean the trs-
tem effectually, dupeL colds, bead
aches and fevers and cures habitual
constipation. Fvrup of Figt Is the
i only remedy of its kind ever pro-
records, and some pencil used by angel Southern retreats La
in describing a victory, and then with of the prettiest sheet
ruck with supernatural energy, iu.iU .
r, ,i,rfin,T property is tormally
?rJ5tettoS heaS e equipped with boats of unique pat
S' t5SI??W "tTttb temfor the enjoyment oi vWto
1 ,?:??1??i4 Z T The musical festival which closed
s of water to be
. , n ...onMi cnoHTv tounu nereauouTs, am ucu
hand struck with supernatural energy, iui MlWwi . i,;a will
and with nencil dipped in everlasting .uFVi -uj v "
one that is waiting for you and for me
for we are on the same platform before
How long he waited for mel How
long he has waited for you! Waiting
as a banqueter waits for his delayed
cruests. the meats smoking, and the
O ' . ... L 1
and tne minsirei
On Isst Sunday Hishon Duncan of
the M. E. Church, South, preached
in the Methodl-t church a. Clinton.
His lull square forehead, protruding duced, pleasing to the taste and ae-
far forward from the ears, showed a ceptable to tho stomacn, Pfojap
man of thought and logic ir powers,
while his deep well modeled voice JJi af;reeable .ubsUncea, iU
filled the whole ckurch. many excellent qualities commend it
The handsome and commodious to ftT11i nftve Wade it the most
churrh, just leing finished, was popular reruedy known.
hiinUnnic lake of I .,h.i i-sii, n uiurirvmin-nnuuMsl I Kvrui of Furs is for sale In Doc
lousand two hundred leet m not alone of the cititens of Clinton and $1 bottles W all leading drug
. within the grandest ot all ,ini,.fW(ll0ntiMrtii.- gists. Any reliable druggist who
'rn retreats, Latta lark, is one but trom tho county for U ent mllen K fc m wU1 pro.
here last Wednesday night was a
successess in every particular. The
attendance was large and of a most
Great preparations arc being mauo
for the torthcoming annual ceieora-
inn nt ivrpfklpnbur'r's Declaration
of Independence on the 20th instant.
with his finger on the stiff string ready This date will also be marked by the
in strike at the first clash of the hoofs opening sale of the Four C's compa-
at the gatewav Waiting as a mother ny, whose advertisement you are
SL. w ton vpats turo went printing: in another column. The
rT hor Weeding heart after North State Club, composed of our
him. Waiting. Oh, can you not give
me some comparison intense enough,
importunate enough, high as heaven,
deep as hell and vast as eternity 1 Not
expecting that you can help me with
such a comparison, I simply say he is
waiting as only an all sympathetic
Christ knows how to wait for a wan
t- Bcrsr tliu kiico ttsA kiss tbe Sen,
Come and welcome, sinner, come.
COME AND WKIiCOME.
But I remark again, not only i3 Christ
waiting, but the Holy Spirit is waiting.
Why are some sermons a dead failure ?
Why are there songs that do not get
their wine: under the people ? Why are
most enterprising young men lias
raised a 1,00 fund for the display
of fireworks at Latta Park on the
20th. I am directed to extend to
vou n. cordial invitation to be pre
sent on that occasion. F. A. S.
$100 Reward. $100.
Th ronripis of this paper wil
ho nleased to learn that there
- . 1 . At A.
at least one ureadeu uise&se mat sci
pnro has been able to cure in all i
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall
Catarrh Cure is tho only positive
cure now known to the medical fra
ternity. Catatrh being a constitu
tional disease, requires a constittt-
Text, 47th and 48th verse, chap.
24th of Luke. Subject: Monopoly
in llelisiion. He said: This is the
age ot monopolies, seany every-
odv and everything Is In a uonop
oly In spite of the fact that It Is In
direct opposition to the letter and
spirit of our constitutions. Not aat-
isficd with monopolies oi tnings
temporal man has arrogated to him
self the authority to inane a monpo-
y of lleligion (not a religious mo.
nonolv however) tn direct opoosi-
tio- to the divine command. v nai
does our text sav? (And these are
the parting words of our Saviour to
his apostles as he was about to quit
this earth forever till its course was
run) "That repentance and remission
ot sins should be preached tn his
name among all nations, beginning
at Jerusalem." These words contain
a direct and positive command, one
as christians that we cannot evade
r nwr'ect to obey, but n addition
fhev should bave.it possible, an ad
ditional and peculiar force as the
last words of Christ. How we hang
m and treasure up as sacred the last
words of one who wa-j dear to us ! !
Yes these were the last great thoughts
in his mind and therelore of tran
scendent importance. JJut it is in-
torestimr to note what was in the
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to uy iu wj uo rwj j
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
Silt rHAKCtSOO. CL
iovisviui. nr. mw roiK. n.r.
Tt-krti Umm1 far
KEEP YOUR El
apostles' minds at this very time
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh the time when their Saviour was to
rpf.tlv on the biootl and mucus sui- TheyasKeu oi mm, saying, -ljoru,
fiifps nft hp. Kvstem. thereby ucsiroy- wilt inou ai uiw umc iCTiuinigaiu
.ww , - I. . , . . T I.II II
thr fminr nt nn oi the. disease, tllii Kiniruom io isroiu.-- uu m
and o-ivino- tho mtient strefltrth. bv thinking of tho final salvation and
in o x I . . . , I
hnildinp-nn the constitution ana as- redemption oi a wnoio worm aim
sisting nature in doing its work, was giving ihetn parting Instructions
I Wood with Miss Francis Lee Mr. It
can bill on the same subject was in-1 E. Lee with 3Iiss Amanda Eldridge:
troduced and adopted ad it cost in i Jj. Jnlius Eldridge with Miss Esther
the payment of premit .ms $50,000,
000 to the people. Nc w take your
.1 J 4V.n ...... n ,1
W H JiiiN JL vJ U irO conservative, sensible, honest meas-
- I iir. or one in which w p are comuell-
fo Goldsboro bo sure to stop Rt the t0 pay wall street a premium of
"'..' it 2o per cent ou our bonds, buch n-
ERE603Y-ARL NBT0H HOTELS, nandal methods, hy ; which the peo-
w , ... . . I vrtHKrtrl fii -nail linna ara what.
are staring us in the i ace to-day, and
it ought to startle th e people. Na
Good fare, attentive servants
large comfortable rooms. v
When you get off the train 'Isaac"
everybody ' knows l3aac) will be
here. Give him your baggage and
go with him.
tiOUJVl OElVJBm A c.
Hair Cutting and Shaving execu
ted In latest styles. Give me a trial.
"Trl rOCKKT AJ.M AH AC
4TrUalK MHOWJeti I HON BITTK1U
Ui bmx TodIc fva mwmy ml Drag &a
- nnu tofc Apply at oau. .
TELEGRAPH RA:CES REIUC-
Twenty-Five Cents the TJnUbrm
Price Fixed by trie ltauroad
On Friday the RaU road Commis
won Issued circular number three,
which is as follows:
' On and after Juno 2st, 1891. all
Telegraphic Messages having t heir
origin and termination v ithin thi3
State will be charged ax follows:
Ten words or under 25 cents.
Over ten .word 2 cents per ea ch
J. W Wjxson, Chr'i n.
H. C. Bbown, rsect'y.
The cold nights are makiag the
cotton and corn look somewhat cut
down. CrosEyed Sam.
A. CItEIIT TO A CREDITABLE
there players that go no higher up than Cure is taken internally, acting di
a hunter's haUoo? because mere is a
missing link that only the Holy Spirit
can make. If that Spirit should come
through this assemblage this morning
there would be power felt like that
when Saul was unhorsed on the road
to Damascus, like as when Lydia's
heart was broken in her fine store, like
as when three thousand souls were lift
ed out of midnight into midnoon at the
"Pentecost. Did you notice that some
times that Spirit takes an iignificant T Qhio
agency to save a emi -
very often that at just one passage of
Scripture, just one word oi csenpture,
a soul is saved because the Holy Spirit
gives it supernatural power.
Do you know what it was tliat saved
Martin Luther ? It was that one verse,
"The just shall live by faith." Do you
know what it was that brought August
ine from hi3 horrible dissipations? It
was that one verse, "Put ye oh the Lord
Jesus Christ, and make no provision
for the flesh, to fulfill the lusts thereot.
it; , lTwitorl Rrvlrliprf it""- i- -r
iieaiev viixu, n,.. .
It was" the one passage, "Believe in the
Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be
, Trt vnn know what it was
hof roii?ht Jonathan Edwards
Christ? It was the one passage,
unto him be glory forever and ever. toriuins in Carolina that would ac
One Thanksgiving morning m church rnminodllte the immense audiences
I read my text, u give uiaiuia uuw
Tbp nro1)rietors have so much taith
i i- - - - - -
in its curative powers, mat tney oi-
fer One Hundred Dollars lor any
ease that it fails to cure.
Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
EgSold bv druggists at 75 cents.
REV. T. DeWITT TALMAOE.
The Executive Committee of the
North Carolina Teachers' Assembly
has succeeded in making an engage-
mont with the famous lie v 'I. De-
Witt Talmage, the most popular lec
turer in America yes in the world
for an evening at theTcacheis' A
sembly this summer. A great many
summer iratherings wre exceeding-
I i.. 4a cnnrn thtc tiintf iricrt
n vnn know what it was that saved iy l" U'V
Do you Know nat iu .,a.lnl thinker and elooucnt speaker
and he consented to make only a very
fev er.gagements for this season, and
it was the cod fortune of our As
" semply to obtain by telegraph one of are today hbsoibei
i v these engagements for Friday even- in Lusines, helf In
v iur. June 19th. There are few audi- religion, self in
to keep on with the great work and
duty. They were thinking of that
little slice of ground caiieu lsreai,
and anxious to know if he would not
add to their worldly property by
placing tnem again lulers over It.
What a fine opportunity lorcnnsi
to have lectured them on their duty!
But his answer vas as delicate and as
tender as that of a loving mother to
an erring child, "It is not loi you to
know tho times or the seasons which
. . . t a;...
the rat.u r nam put in iiisowu imw-
. . i ii : . . ...... u
er. IJUi ye snail rec-:it; ni
ter that the Holy Uhust is come up
on vou: and ye shall be witnesses
v ' . . . - . . , . . .
unto me both in Jerusalem anu in
allJudca and m Samaria and unto
the uttermost partot the earth;" and
according to the account of tho apos
tle, "when He had hpoKen inesc
words Ho was takt n up."
That command lg as imieraiive
now upon us as n wart ujnu
them, yet like the apostles we
hbsoibed with jit s-e.i
politics, self in
are so absorbed in self until we have
a very nign o nuimi
which assemble to hear Dr. Talmage But who are yuu and what do you
th Ixird. for he is good," and a young srjeair and even our Idrge Assembly amount to ? If you or a hundred o!
man stood in tne gauery ana saiu to jjaj Hju ie tar lOOfiraau, dui in yoa we iouitr,u wuum ui.hu
himlf: "I have never renaerea
not owe them
nothing more would
r'K-rJat.fia miilr. Cardinal Wolsey did
not cojne into the bancjueting hall un
til the; second course of the feast, and
when;lie entered booted and spurred,
all the guests arose and cheered him,
but I have to tell you that our ban
queter, the Ixrd Jesus Christ, comes in
at the beginning of the feast. Ay, he
has been waiting: for hisfguests, waiting
for some of them 1S91 years, waiting
with mac gled feet, waiting with band
on the punctured side, waiting with
hand on; the laeer.iied temples, waiting,
one ureat ball-room of the Atlantic Ho- ly effect the State of J
. ... . 9 I -.... .11.1
aecentable offering of gratitude to lioa tel will oe filled wih seats ani usea or any one, u juu uiu
n T:r Mora I nl 1 flm uliUu I Inr 1 HP fiiTi'HSlOIl. J lit It! ill ut; nuui t ai.Vl IUlii. u
two tn mree inous-auu irimuha in m i no cone maw .-.v- ...
vast audience at Morehead City to flesh, working for its own self. Then
hPr Dr. Talmace. l.xcur.-ions win how shall we lot someimiKinanve
run on that day from Weldon, v having received the iwvr ihro'
Greensboro, Wilmington and Fay- the Holy Gho. t, and by using that
pttPiMlle. It will bo the grandest nower in line of the army of Christ,
day and biggest crowd ever ecn at according to the duty marked out in
the Teachers' Assembly.rsortP the last gicat command.
"THE CITY OP AVE5UES."
A Suburban Town Site of 4."0
.Acre-, iormlntr tlio South
ern Cbrixmite LlmlU
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
Tlie Oiwrt City of t)ut State. A
ttotdemrd 100 feet icilc. itvs a 3
mile drive, aroutvl DILWORTH,
and it avenucn, ru.ining at right
angle, are dlfeet wide, conntructed
icith a view to sanitary adixtntagei,
for HCiveroge with ttater facilities.
Over ohc hutulrcd tluiumitul dollar
ha alrewly leen Kjrnt'on thi pro
jKTtyand many more tfioumiuh trill
be erjemled in tttc near future. The
jro)rttj contain the beautiful
LATTA 1'aikof 'JO acres, a lowly
fcfiture. of whicJi is Forsyth lake,
1200 ftet lona. Taken alto
gether, this is the prettiest restjrt of
tts character in the "Dixie" country.
At LATTA Ihrk there arc ntw tn
course of construction, ami will be
i'ompleteil by August 1, lBt, a JJ
vition designed oy tit ceU-brated
Xomn-in, ''the architect of beauti
ful designs," togetlicr with a keepern
Uvlcj''-. unique in character ana a
cnutrnntury after the English pat
U rn, at a cost for the buildings and
furnishings of over $13,000, together
with otlici' attractive features, now
Wing arranged for by the
Charlotte Consolidated Cons. Co.
Tls comjtany will offer at public
xde on tlie premise on
MAY, SI, 22, 1891,
a numlterof valuable building lots,
iu thi ihuiwA'ude vicinity of the pic-tun-sqne.
places above descruicd.
Tirtnsof sale: One-fourth caihlbal
ance in 1.2 and 'A years. Tlie visitor
t; Cltnrlolle on tltat day, will be
present also at tfw regular annual
id brat ion of
MfrfcirE Dxraj of woiQ& "
Tail rrr &j tw of Wort CamliM't
rt.-cn ity, i wU worth tk Up ttvm tb
,io..l..t !t-tiuu.r4rTOtt4liMrotrjr. thm
pnrrbxarvf lut or U; wtll k r.wat.4 wtik
Uc irtnraof lb cnMUkU for totkaikla. lr
rctMirtiM at bn.li..., tba pltmnm thm 4y
tll urnplr riv mil t-t tb otU,. CUwri4
nute 111 k m hut to mIItm U prtr km-
.n ymj4iUou J'r Tl.lVOr., unna tamw
u Ut M a Ure nnmhtr cf buarl koa. A
:lr catip4 nleetrw ctt railway o carry
p.ttenmit ar Caarbrtta a b alr, ,
bufiat4 a :itir iiuunu apriua awr.
forever." By that one passage ot
Scripture he was brought into the
kingdom, and if I .inight tell my own
experience, I might tell how one Sab
bath afternoon 1 was orougm. u uiv
peace of the gospel by reading of the
Syro-Phoenician's cry to Christ, where
she said, "Even the dogs eat of the
crumbs which fall from the Masters
table." Philosophic sermons uvcr
saved anybody. Metaphysical sermons
never saved anvbody. An earnest plea
going right out of tho heart blessed of
thA TTolv Ghost that is what saves,
wv " '. 1 - Al
that is what brings peopie into ui
kingdom of Christ
T snxmose the world thought that
Thomas Chalmers preached great ser
a patIv ministry, but Thomas
lliikr?"ii mnt f f U la4t Illl.
wait i ii nni til AutAtrrtnmr
rur f ai ilr li.f-n-aiaUo, a44raM
Wmtfi (TJ333UDATED COHS. CO.
YOU MAN OF BUSINESS,
Gnarantecd Cure for La Grippe,
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell you Dr. King's New Dis
cover v for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds, upon this condition, it you
are afflicted with La Grippe and will
use this remedy according to uin c-
fair tnal, ar.i ex-
The Caucasian is a strong advo
cate of home enterprises. It is proud
ot those few that the State already
has, and will ever lend its encourage
ment and support to any 1 forth Car
olina industry that willcrcjate wealth
by utilizing native raw material of
which we have an abundance. There
fore we tag e pleasure in clipping the
following item from the Goldsboro
It was our pleasure yesterday to
see the handsomest piece of work
that the Goldsboro Furniture Facto
ry has turned out since its establish
ment and this is sayinga great deal.
It was a black walnut book case,
highly furnished in native color.and
carved in a rtistic designs and adorn
ments, supt srbly mounted, with plate
glass doors a beauty ; a credit to
the factory and to the master work
man, Mr. Kfenry Epting, the Super
intendent, whose handiwork.it was.
Wondur it is that the banqueter did
not getrweary audi say, Shut tlie door pjfc i1Q came out of his sick room
ami ipjtthp lasrcrards star-out" Tso, he I v nnd emaciated he stood
has been waiting. Howtmuch be is in told the story of Christ to the people,
earnest! Shall.I show you.? I. gather And in tlie great day of eternity it
up all tt.e tears that flooded hisveheek e found that not somuch the elo-
rln.sympathy, ad the blood that chan- j qaent sermons brought men to cnrist
tion. civing It a
perience no benefit, you may return
the bottle rd have your money re-
m -i 1, rxn-y TTfMhfld A.t all I f 1Ttul Wp make this offer. le-
. 'ro imura w v v i m tic . . n
Vy.J.mv-. , , I
;i nfrpr he nactoccupiea a pu- cause oi
the wonderful success oi
rr Kirji's New Discovery uunng
1 ast seaso n's epi dem ic. 1 1 a ve h card
c nn( !ii in whit-h it failed. Try it.
Trial ttnttlps free at Dr. K. II. Hol-
liday, Clinton, 5s. C, and John It.
Smith, druggist, Mt. Olive, 2. C.
neled his brow and back anri hand and i gtory told, perhaps, by those wno poETRY ANI I LK, PJ
foot, to; purchase our redemption. 1 J were enknown on earth, the simple DENTS AN1 EGGS.
gather 'up all thesroanscmmg irom
midniglit chill and .mountainihunger and
desert lc meJiness, and I put th iatooaa
bitter a y I gathenup all tha pangs that
shofc from cross andi'pike audi spear into
one gro an I take one drop c f sweat on
his bro w, andll put it unda. the.glass
of tlie gospel, . and fit enlargj js to lakes
of sorrow, to ocea ns of ago ay. That
Christ today,. emasiated and; worn and
weary, comes here, and witl l a pathos
in whkch everv viord is a heartbreak
and every sente'aca a mart Tdoni, he
say3ito you and lae says to ma . "Come,
come; for all th'mgs are now i eady.
' Ahasueras nitide a feast tl at lasted
fr r.f the Saviour's love and mercy,
sent by the power of the Holy Ghost
4it to the heart. v,ome, -""'J
w hp. is here this morning.
He fills all the place.
Holy Ghost is ready.
THE AIK 13 FOU. OF IHATEES.
Then I go and tell you tho church is
ready. There are those here who say,
Ifo one cares for iny souL We do
care for it You see a man oowmg u
i as r.nT1vonsay. "That man
m indifferent' That man
Lord Tennyson, who sells verses,
also sells milk; and President Hayes
raips Pr'rS and chickens f jr market.
I tell you the J These examples may well be follow
ed. News and Observer.
"Life has been a burden to me for
ttiA ruist fiflv years on account of
pTpat suffering from very severe and
frequent headnches. Biadycrotine
done wonders for me. I am now
There are two old objections that I
. 1 .... ark.h . .It1 . t0 fl I Atx I
to heathen sections meet iw with. HoV MUCil LA II 1 Oil IjIU I
First, that we nave neainens nere
around us. That is untrue. We
have among u old hardened dinners.
whom our prayers and p;cadu.gs
have not yet converted, because they
would not hear us, think for them
helves and go unto J.-sus, but they
ii rp not heathens. Men who live in
christian communiti s, in Mght of
church steeples, in t-ound f cJmrcb
Lells and among tru men and wo
men, know of God ami a future
world, they are not heathens; they
liuvi! hhd the trospel preaebeu to
them, but they refused to receive it.
Thea r-liail they be the means of
keeping the light from millions of
benighted 'sonls. who never heard
of Jesus or Nazareth and how he
died to save their souls. Second,
That charity must begin at home.
They think thit that is unanswera
ble and that they have got us. jet
us see. Where is Charity's home?
If it has a home rt earth, when it
goes to it it is no longer charily.
Charity flies on angel wings and will
a new man ana snan
. ;u nf irnnr mpfli(inf to h!1 I Can
head in, prayer that the truth may go reach Gjeo. pFoWJLER,
Atty-at-Law, Falatka, rioriaa.
That drfiend m whrl yon lift
with. Archimedts Mild : "Give mo
a fulcrum on which to ret!, and I
will move the earth.
Manv a bu.-iness hai enough
. CAPITAL AHD EHERGY
And yrt bandy holds it own, ir fails
altogether leetuse thec forces ve
not wisely utilized.
If you would move the world of
trade, try the fulcrum of Newspaper
Advertising. Thk Caucasian will
enable you to do this to the greater
Has removed his Tailoring Esjab
lihmentfrom his old stand to his
never find earth on wnich to rest its .-men on Sampson Street, next to tho
jewelled feet as long as there is brok- jj. E. Church,
en heart uncomforted or a henlghted fbe great, and orignal leader in
soul unsaved. low prices for men's clothes. Econ-
Theseare the objections thatob- 0my in cloth and money will force
tfiftnrs . trive. but thev are not their mn tn n-ive him a call.
v til 1 fi 1 a! aaA VaV
rel objections. Tho trouble wun arLatest J?asruon piates
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