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itll fAUOI.IN'A KABMK1C? rifATK
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NotwithiUndmr the ttct that T!
Progreelre f arcaer has published two
let tern from reonublo citl&ine one
from a citim o Oh&rlotie. tho othr
I froa: a citizen of lleck!t.nbarg coaaty,
the Ii9 that the Cbftrlottd CijrciiicJe
started, and reaiet by the Neva aad
UbserTer, soaa or the ppjr atui narp
about It Radtbii.
RaleiRh. S. O., 8pt. 30, IfcOl.
Uoo. 8. B. Alauder. Obarlolt, N. O.
Fir. Oa the occioD of ihi rcc" t j
rit of the lion. Jerry Slmpeoa to your
oiT, cia no, or Qa ae not iproRa niu
llf. in anr Dy3h ht m&.ie. m btfaa in
favor of neffro acwui tviaaijtir ioor
klod aastrrr will obllf s yoars
Trtily acd siaorely.
Jj. L. POLK.
Kemrton, N. a, Oct 2, 1831.
OoL L. L. Polk. Jjat Sir and BroiLrr.
In reply, noaid cay tc&t l nera tiie
declaree tbat he would J speech of tfco Hon. Jerry 6icap?oo
Charlotte, and ccrti'y that ho mid a sues
tatemont m oonwlaoa la your letter,
Tho ODlnion of Tho Editor and (ho
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Tarious
Topics of the Day
Tfc5 Landmark K Uv after ''asoe
urglnr; the l?Ke3ratio farty bo to
.!t. iLe fsr?3 to jet the reli thoyare
ak!ri;; fo thrcng'i the OcalA demands.
TIio editor takpa tho groacd that tlw
r.artv worsM !k "r-er verted' if it wera
to ro a j,
ntU r a f hi patty "dofeakd than per-
and I do not believe a single man who
beard him rould make euch a state meat
Hall's 2nd fireaf()Ntloi3al Anti-Hub-1 ovr hia own eigcatura
Trtasnry ConTenlion, hfld in Bt. Louis,
vra? o.wapo'od of 78 delegate! Of thee
trn were from Teias.three fom TetBei-
p.ee, ffwo fi-om Mis.ippi, one from Iowa
one froc lli'.iioh and the ba'aaoe from
Sii-0'.j t'.e metUu ono of the delegates
has b?aa atreatwl for fraud and eomiai'--ted
8. B. Alii andre.
I heard the above rpeeches; I was sit
tiup; within ten f?ct cf Mr. fcimpsoa, and
coucnr in the abovo.
W. A. OaAHAa.
FALSE NEWS AND SLANDER.
NUTU CAUiLIKA REFORM i'UB
Ofllccrs J. li. Ramsey, President;
X ariou Jlu lcr, vice-l'rtMUcnt ; Yt . fc.'
'I'nE CAvcasion, Clinton; Pro
i!ssivR Farmer. Huleijch ; Rural
- . . a a .t.
puw, Wiln; t?ariat!r' Auvormc,
rv: l.-oro; K-.Hstury VVatchiiian, ai-
j.iv: Alliance Sentinel, uoiua-
r ; Hickory Mercury, Hickory;
he llattler, Whitakcrs; Country
lie. Trinity College; Mountain
Heme Journal, Ashovill.
1 1 I nch of tiie above-named payers arc
lb- JirJt pag and add oilier,', provided
bitf to advoeatr tho Uca5a latform wili
be tlropped from the l'wt promptly. Oiir
i ix'op-c en now tea wnai papeis
llihL-lin thidr jnvorcHt.
How blind are .they who do cot wish
to iearu. Ths3 WilalDgtor. cs:rngfer
continnfsto insist that nothing ill at
iify tho Aili&aee but the government
owntihlp of raUr.mds, &a That paper
tried to establish th .faoS .that the
AUisnoo, or rather soma of its spcak-rs,
wa3 in favor of social equality and when
routed from that position falls back on
th? following :
"Thi Oca's platform favora a mrwurc
Government own-otBhtp of railroads,
Btcamboalu, rtc. that in more danger
ous If less offensive than even social
Th3 Mesa-nger has been eorne'od
aboril tbirt several times and obowu tbat
ail the Allr.(;f: dtsircd was government
control of the mcaiis of transportation
aad communication. But tb9 Messen
ger's trouble, we suppose is, tbat it is op
posed to even lie control of these ir.stru
ments of commorcri by the government
We would judge - so by its position on
the Stafe S. P Ctirnmisiioa. If this ia
the case, lot the Messenger come out and
dincuw governmental control and we
will meet it arguments.
Lying U ' burning too genera.1 in
journalism, more fispaouliy daily p
pvn. Why don't tho ddiiiis tbat Tf iab
to print tho trao new, and not scsa
tiouul 'fakes' and lie, make complaint
to the a&soclatiou or associations that
supply thorn with the press dispttehes!
For instance tae rcp-it or -k. Folks ri
diculous laik recently iu Kaunas are un
doubtedly f.'tbe, and all puch as this does
a grrt deal of barm. It has o;me to
such a pass noy that a persou otu't ill
whet her to place credono uiou alant
anything ho seea in tho press dispatches;
thcvefoio even h-?a the truth i.i to;d it
Most of th.? c'sily ps.per? r.JS nlJed
with fcepR!Poc?.l press dibpstchc con
cerning Alliance leaders snd measures,
soma of which, at i-aat, Las the appoar
uncoof bong wilfully fslso. It looks
very much as IJ there U ar. organized
effort to rain the iRrm'-ra' Alliances hy
Bonding fa!3 nevs about it ail over the
cnrtry. c-flreotaily by slandering its
leaders. Kinstoa Free Press.
1 P!l;)FKS3I0NAL COLUMN.
DU. CIIAS. S. BOYETTE, '
Offers his services to the public.
''jirgeB moclerute and work guarati
1:1. OmCe at Dr. Flowers' old
W. R. ALL EX. ' W. T. DORTCM.
LLEN A DORTUli,
Goldsboro, N. U.
Will practice in Sampson couuty.
feb2T tf '
. M. LEt; M. D.
Tbe Phlladephla's Rsoord of last
Suuday containtrd an Associated Press
Dispa&h, dated at Raleigh, saying that
President Butler of the State Alliance
had declared that tho Alliaiico would
pu3h the Snb-Treasnry as aa "ultima
tum," o It ia scarcely necessary to tay
that the statement ia fab? iu view of the
fact that Ex-U.3. Senator Norwood of
Ga., a8 invited to the 8tate bv the Al-
liace and that they aro considering bis
new banking plan aa tvt forth in his
speech at Raleigh and Atlanta. Tho Al
liance has taken no anch position and
its President hruj expressed no
sentiment vet the farmers and laboring
people are in terrible earnest and are
determined to have rollcf through some
mfssure let the consequences be what
they may. The Alliance will carefully
investigate and consider Norwood's plan
and s'.l others that may bo suggested
and stands pledged to endorse and sup
port any measure that may come nearer
and iu a better manner give the relief
Ex Gov. Chas. M. Stedmau in a speech
befor? the Ccniedtrate t'eterass near
- "Evarywhsrc It peso, prosperity and
plenty i avo where the brutal, ooareacd
insolent tyranny of money has made
oven liberty a mockery, aad home a
ghastly unreality." -
To you who will say fifaj. Stedman is
after the former's vote: Maj. Stedman
is out of politics. .He has repeated
several times, lately that be would not
bo a candidate for any office, so that
motiTO did net irflaeuoe him. Read
that above again, and fee bow true it is,
and ycu wilLfee tbat any true roan will
endorse it, 63 too true, aad sad a truth.
MORE CAUSES THAN ONE.
Tbe Wilccington Star says'. "Here is
a simple question in arithmetic. If, ua
der the protective policy of tho Kepubli
MWfcai Docsccse it ia for me to stand
here gazing into the glasa ia hopo of dis
covering one sood feature in a face every
one calls plain! Ah me! I wish I omld
learn to listen without a pang to the
many remarks oiade on my personal ap
pearance. I am a perfect foil to Eiriiy,
and people notice my ugliness bee viae
my sinter is ucb a beauty. I see her
sought after and admired, while I"-
Lucille Barstow stopped speaking Nod,
dropping her head in her haxxfo, burst
into tears. She did not heed the leegtfe
and luxuriance of tho chestnut hair
which, enveloned her like a veH. ' L -her
opinion Emily's hair w far loveM tan
her own. And wa tmconselous of
the symmetry of her small hand and
feet. To their beauty she attached no
importance, and thought only 6t the
plain face on which so many of her ac
Sho had paesod the evening at a balL
and while dancing a quadrille had heard
a gentlemaa in the next set say:
"Isnt the lady in blue and white the
one we hoard sing no divinely at Mrs.
The reply of his partner came distinct
ly to Lucille's oars:
"Which young lady? It was the plain
Miss Barstow we heard sing. Yes, she
ia dressed in blue and white, I see. She
is the same."
How well Lucille remembered every
word! She could sing. No one ever de
nied the sweetness and strength of her
voice, and she had sung her best at Mrs.
Springer's. No wonder Geoffrey Wayne
had remembered it. Few could forget
tho beauty of that clear voice, but Lu
cille would have willingly bartered hor
voice for a lovely face.
At laet. the weary girl turned off the
gas, and went to bed; but it was kmg
before ehe could find rest in sleep.
Breakfast was nearly over when Lu
cille appeared in the dining room the
next morning. Her grandmotbec and
sister were just rising from the table. ,
"Mercy, eis!" cried Emily, how
swollen your eyes ajse, and you look like
a ghoet! It doesn't improve your ap
pearance wry much to look eo woe be
gone." "I am not always studying my ap
pearance," answered Lucille, taking a
seat at tho table.
"Lucille, Geoffrey Wayne spoke to mo
last night of the excellence of your sing
ing at Mrs. Springer's," said Mrs. Bar
"Yes, I heard him speak of it," said
Lucille, with a bitter smile, for she re
membered that she had also heard the
answer of hia partner in the quadrille.
"But dont let his praise caus9 you to
lutvc hopoa of fiuwrinating him," laughed
Emily, "for I have entered the lists, and
naturally you will have no chance.'
"Naturally, of course," said Lucille.
"Emily, dont fret Lucille this morn
ing. She looks half sick," 6aid Mrs. Bar
stow, with a fond look at the beauty,
whom she idolized.
"I am wholly sick," said Lucille, push
ing away her coffee cup. "I wish there
was some place on tma eartn wnerei
could go with the certainty of not hear
ing the changes rung on my uglmees."
"I am afraid there is no such blissful
6pot," said Emily. "But I must be off
to drees, for Geoffrey Wayne is to call
thi3 noon. This is November. I will
wager a pair of gloves to you, Lucille,
that I have a chance of becoming Mrs.
Wayne before January."
"I don't doubt it, so I wont run ihe
risk of losing the gloves," said LtwiUS
leaving the room.
Geoffrey Wayne came at the nae ap-
AUU I . " . . . 1 1 I vicvtiw a v -lo on bw
-mat. ? 1 -Tr lSu"; Ported, and Emily, beautifally dressed,
irjr ihu iu -ut u j. o wF , fl.f . - , . . f. 1a htM
oce-fourth of the homea owned by the
people ia this oouctry how long ua1er
tho same policy would it take it to jccfo
ble up the remaining thite fourths ?"
The evu reeulls are terrible, ana are
Krowinp, but to cobnt thom we must be
Bure of all tho leadicg ciu-.e. Prom
our etandpoi, thj national banting sys
tem has been a factor certainly no loss
powerful than the tariff fa bringing
about the direful results.
IU -Bi .
WHICH PAPER IS L.YING.
PWYSIClANjSw MEOS AJ5D DENTIST,
"0''flcr in Lee's
brwStore" jo V-Tyr A STATE SUB-TREASURY PUB.
Att ;uney and Counsell
or at Lay.
Office on Mam Street,
The new banking plan offered by Ex-
Senator T. M. Norwood of Georgia is at-
j trscting a good deal of attention. He
has for mote than a year been a strong
will nractio-3 in court3 of Sampson ana advocate cf the Sub-Treasury plan as tho
-adjoining couiuies. Also in -supreme mfa.vs cf reIIef yet offered the eons.-
Court. All nusins i-uiuwm w
care will receive prompt and careful
0 fY A A W C4 X -T Vww
O-iceoa Wall Street.
Y7ill practice ia Sampson, Bladen,
Peudor, Harnett and Duplin Coun-
Also in riuprema ouri. .
attention wm u
dnes-s. ie 7-lyr
try, though has believed all along that
a btttcr piffri could be devised. Thia
be thinks he has found. His plan was
male public for the first time in a
iJes. ,Also in Suprei
f Prompt personal a1
Hvsn to all le:il bag
RANK BOYETTE, B.B.S.
DENII3TRY '' t&
Kptreh l.roratbc Georgia Legislature in J
Atla. ta about two wetki ago. Ho pre
srnUd the same plan in a speech in
Raleigh on Inst Friday. . Though a sub-
Treisury maa yet he offers it aa the !
"something better." His plan honestly
stated provides for tho issuing of legal- j
tender notes (except for import duties)
by the government, sufftcent added to
. e money already iu circulation to
make, f-sy $50, per capita. This money j
This Third party trick is nothing-but
a scheme to gobble up the Democratic
yoto of the South and elect a fcepuoli
oan President. Atlanta Oonati.ution
Kansas Republicans should feel that
the sole purpose of the Third party
cranks is to elect a Democratio Presi
dent in 1802. Topeaka Capi'sl (Rep.)
Query: Aro either of the above ppc rs
in favor of givicg the people relief? Cne
thing ia certain one of them, if not both,
THE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN
. "IV.fatri Rffofit.-
orrs hi services to the people of is to deposited io tub-Treasurers in the J stand upon them
Plinton and viemuy. mvij i v&noi.s ciuics jru im muwuuauk w
ia the line or jjenusiry uuuv population less tue amount per capita
beit style. Satisfaction guaranteed. alre . iQ circn!ation in each state. rius
would make practically an even distri
bution over tke country and bis ; plan
provides for keeping the distribution
even. Each 8tate Bhall provide for the
Uenvou wiehan easy 9have, lending of this money ott long
A ecod as barber ever gave, lowrateoi lowrea. uu,iuu, wvwu,
Just call on us at our saloon wheat, core, tobacco, securities and etc,
At n.orniug, eve or noon; as may bo determined by Legislative
W"e cut and dres tho h:Ur with grace, enact,nent. We haven't the time or
To suit the contout oi the faco t digca. thfa Ian or it to Itg
details now, but our . readers will see
e-3ly terms aro stncviy .u.
ort't ask me to vary from this rule.
EW BARBER 8HQP.
The inteivst in Ibis 04ijpaign ia. in
Gov. Hill-says: "We have carried
every State election for years; and tbt
issuea in this campaign are tho same as
these upon which we have won an r,n-.
broken line cf victories. Sj far as Va
issues relate to my administration, I am
willing to stand upon them, auu 1 tains
that the Democratic party is willing to
This campiign is one
of the people against 'arriatoeracy. I am
pleased with the ticket, and it Is one
which should please all good Democrats.
The prospects for victory were never
brighter. Our party is united, and that
Our room ineai au ""-eia uicui,
ii -c .rr cmrl rflzorn keen.
Atvprvthin2 we think you'll find; that it is alensr tho idea of the Alliance
To w V tho-ce and please the mind, (nat'onal) sub-Treasury plan. The $lan
And all our art and skill can do, jjM mSlIly exce'lent points that : strike
It you Just call, we'll do for you. . Bjr&izht t,ra for justice and ifTaJ
Court Howe, over tho old Alliance
' The tllnton Barber. !
(Cutting and Shaviug execu-
' Ates"' -JUi ve me a tnai.
aoTjetory FjRnem. Listen for oppoei
tion from Wall Street and the E.st.
The All tan ee in Us honest search for
trnth and determined fight for justice
will gLvdly eod orrsfalry oousldsr Nor
wcoTa plan and all ethers tbat may be
proposed Lit no moro tune and states
manahiu ,ha wasted fh Appoiug and
ridioulirg us, bat ' ral
find' yet roea-yt
$100 Reward. $100.
The readeis of this paper will
be pleased to learn that there Is
at least one dreaded disease that sci
ence has been able to cure in all Its
stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fra
ternity. Catarrh being a consxitu
tional disease, requires a constitu-
ona white dimpled had in weloncna to
this tall, glden haired fellow who was
so sought after in society.
"Where is your sister? I hoped to
have the pleasure of hearing her sing,"
Mr. Wayne said whea be at last arose to
"She has a headache. Indeed, she ie a
perfect martyr to all the petty iTJa t
which flesh is heir," replied Emily. "She
cares very little for society, and seldom
receives morning calls," she added.
That night Lucille came into her grand
mother's room, and knelt beside the low
chair in which the old lady sat She did
not speak, aad her face looked worn and
sad. , ' . ..; .
'What is the matter, Lulie? Has any
thing gone wrong?" asked Mrs. Barstow,
kissing the upturned brow of her grand
"Everything is wrong, grandma. I am
leading a vain, useless life, and I am
tired of it. What does it all amount to
this continual round of balls and pax
ties? It brings no peace, no joy to me
and I am sure I bring no joy to any one
else. I hear myself spoken of every
where as 'the plain Miss Barstow.' It ia
thus that I am distiniruished from Emily
Let me go somewhere else, dear grand
ma. Let me try to be happy in my own
"Where do you wish to go, Lucille?"
asked the old lady gravely.
You know Amy Winter, my old
schoolmate, who lives ia Barnstowa?
Let me go there for a few months. She
and her mother live very quietly, and I
know they would be quito willing to
have me board with them. I could eul-
tivate my voice, and here. I am not
happy. I am restless, unsatisfied. I
want, I really need a change."
My highest ambitioa ia to make the
orphan children of my poor boy happy,
said Mrs. Barstow in a sad tone, "l can
not forset that he oonsighed them to my
care with his dying breath. , You Bhall
do as you wish, Lucille; but you will be
practiced all her old taiuuc, wt rt j
book wtkh came iu her way and did a
large amount of worsted work. But after
a v?hile time dragged very heavily. The
Email circulating library was exhausted,
aod every bureau and mantlo in the
bouee was supplied with wonted mats.
The days grew weary again, and Lucille
began to question whether she was mak
ing a better use of her life in Barri-towa
than she had made ia her owa home.
During this eeaaon of doubt a letter came
from Eonily containing great news.
'oirgratulate me, dear La," eo the
letter ran, "for I have bagged my bird.
Yes, I am actually engaged to that gold
ea haked Adonis. Geoffrey Wayne, aod
have a solitaire diamond three times ae
large as the one Will Oorham gave Mol
UePTiohard. I was undecided at first
between Geof aad Count Laaon do
you remember him? Oh, such dark,
languishing eyes and such a thrilling
voice! Bot he is poor, and I am not
adapted for love in a cottage. It would
not suit me eves with the count as wor
shiper. If his old aunt in France would
but die conveniently and leave him a
fortune t Bit she won't, of course, and
Geof is richer than she is anyhow. He
is madly ia love with me. Wont you
like him for a brother-ta-law? When I
am married you and grandma can live
as humdrum as you please; and you
needn't vegetate into the country to
avoid being overshadowed by me. The
count told me last night that I had a
face like availing star. Wasn't that
pretty? Oh, dear, how I wish he were
rich! Geof is too dignified to say such
things. Send me your congratulations,
little plain face. Your turn may come
soma time. Love in a cottage might
suit you admirably; but for heaven's
sake don't marry one of those Barris
town pumpkins Amy used to tell about."
"What a different letter I should write
to her if I should become engaged!"
murmured Lucille, allowing the epistle
to fall in her lap. "But then Emily and
I are not at all alike."
Then she drew her chstr to the center
table, opened her desk and began the
congratulatory letter required of her.
When it was finished sno took it to the
poetoffice herself, for she felt the need
of a brisk walk. On her way home she
bought a newspaper, and when she
reached her own room again threw her
self on a comfortable lounge, and began
to read. Almost the first thing her eye
fell upon was an advertisement for a gov
erned: "Wanted, a governess for two small
children. House in the country. Good
salary. English branches only required.
None but homely women need apply.
Address Mrs. Julia Lamotte, Wildwood
Over and over again did Lucille read
this singular advertisement. She knew
that none but foolish women ever in
serted such strange productions, and
vvundercd what kind of a person Mrs.
Lamotte could be.
"She must be jealous of her husband,
and won't throw temptation in his way
in the shape of a pretty governess," Lu
cille thought. "I wonder if I would
prove homely enough to suit her. I
hardly think she would be jealous of 'the
plain Miss Barstow,'" and the girl
glanced ia the long mirror which hung
opposite her. "At any rate, I mean to
try for the situation. .1 am tired of the
dull monotony of my life here, and yet
I can't go back to the old one, only to go
through that dreary round of pleasure
seeking and dissipation. What an ex
perience it will be to go out as a gov
erness!' I will tell Amy at once."
Of course Lucille met with opposition
from her friends. Tbey thought she
would find the life of a governess very
irksome- and that her grandmother
wouldn't approve of the plan at alL
"But I can leave the place wheoever.I
nlesse. aad I don't intend to tell grand
ma a word about H. You can forward
all her letters to me, and I will send all
my lettepvto you to post here. She will
never know that I am not with you, and
I am bent on being Mrs. Lamotte's gov
erness if Mrs. Lamotte will have me. So
dont try to stop me."
" Mrs. Winter and Amy at length ceased
to oppose the wishes of their guest, and
Mrs. Lamotte's answer to Lucille's letter
having been favorable, she found her
self a week later oa her way to Queens
town. A carriaffe drawn by a pair of
Maui of m
DR. TALMAGE ON THE NE
CESSITY OF A MORE
Tbia Age of luiidcllty Y1U t
aa Others Have Parsed and
the Bible in Its Entirety
handsome bays was in waiting for her at
the station, and she was driven rapidly
toward Wildwood park.
So anxious was Mrs. Lamotte to Bee
whether the homeliness of her new gov
erness was as pronounced as she wished
it to be that she came herself to the hall
door when the carriage arrived, aad af
ter one glance into Lucille's face gave
her a cordial greeting and led the way
to a handsome parlor.
"Do you admire my home?" she asked
when Lucille had divested herself of her
BHOOKLT2. Oct. 1L nA.uk the
vast audiences whieh crowd the Brook
lyn Tabernacle at every service are
largo n ambers oi young urea, many of
whom are theological stadeata. Dr.
Talxoatre'a sermon this morciag had a
special interest for them. At this time
wbea so many are giving up the Bible,
or holding the truth less firmly than
before, the eloquent preacher put him
self on record bo clearly and forcibly
that no one who beard him could hare
any doubt ae to his attitude. Hie text
was II Sainoel xxltl, 10. "And his
hand clave nnto the .word."
A great general of King David
Eleazar. the hero of tho text The
PliillstJnce opened battle agalnet hliu,
and his troops retreated. The cowards
fled. Eleasar and three of his com
rades went into the battle and swept
the field, for four men with God on
their side are Btrooffer than a whole
battalion with God against them
"Fall back!" shonted the commander
of the Philistine army. Tho cry ran
along the host, "Fall back!" Eleazar
having swept the field, throws himself
on the ground to rest, but the muscke
and sinews of his band had been so
kmg bent around the hirt of the sword
that the hilt was imbedded In the
flesh, and the gold wire of the Idlt
had broken through the ekln of the
aalm of the hand, aod he oould not
drop this sword which be bad so gal
lantly wielded. "Hit hand olave unto
tho word." That is what I call mag
nificent fighting for mo Lord God of
Israel, and we want more o it. I pro
pose to show you this meaning how
Eleacar took hold of the .word and
bow thA cvonl took hvfcl OX EleaZAT. I
look at l.leoxar'B hand, and I come to
the conclusion that be took the sword
with a very )ght grip. The cowards
who fled had no trouble in dropping
their swords. As they fly over the
rooks I bear their swords clanging In
every direction. It Is easy enough for
them to drop their sword i, but Ekex-
ars band clave unto the sword.
HALF HKASmCD CHRIfplAKS.
Oh, my friends, m thU Christian con
flict we went a tighter grip of the Gos
pel weapons, a tighter grasp of the two
edged sword of the truth. It makes
me ead to see these Christian people
who hold only a part of the truth and
1st the rest of the truth go, so that the
Philistines, seeing the loosened grasp,
wrench the whole sword away from
them. The only safe thing for us to
do is to put our thumb on the book of
Genesis and sweep oar hand around
the book until the New Testament
comes into the palm, and keep on
sweeping oor band around the book
until the tips of the Angers clutch at
the words, "In the beginning God cre
ated the heavens and the earth." I
like an Infidel a great deal better than
I do one of those nambyparaby Chris
tians who hold a part of thS truth and
let the rest go. By miracle God pre
served this Bible just as It is, and H b
a Damascus blade.
The severest test to which a sword
can be put in a sword factory is to wind
the blade around a gun barrel like a
ribbon, and then when tho sword b let
loJe wrong, ana k mum tnwa i aa
that b good. Oh, bold onto 1L Do not
part of H and throw the rat
away. Hold on to all of IV. Tterear
o many popi uow who do not kixra.
You aak tbeca tf the soul la bxmorU-L,
and Lhwyaay, T guew tt h I dont
know ncfhaps n ta, Mrbape rt taut.
Is the Bibk true! aTL perbar H
K and rwrhape It tsntf rWhape tt may
t r-juraiireiy, and perhaps tt may be
ortly, and perhaps U may not be a4
alL Tber dweta what the en the
Aototi erewd; bat tf their own creed
were written out tt would red tike tbJat
'1 baneve ta nothiaf, the maker of
heaven and earth, and Ia acaJbing
which k hath sent, which rKbnf we
born of rxAbing. and which notha
was dead and burled and dWendtd
tato nothing, and'arose from noahta.
ana asoeudea to Dotting, , and now
ftteth at the rlht hand of no thin;
from which It will come to Judge nota-
I be&eve ia the holy agnostto cfeurch
and m the communion of nothlngariana.
and In the forgiveness re? nothhx!, and
the resurrection of nothiac, and in the
life the! Re-luri'be. Amenr That
1b the creed, f tens of thousaods of peo
ple in this day. If you hare a rolnd to
adopt such a theory I will not. "I be
lieve In God the Father Almighty,
maker of heaven and earth, and in
Jesus Christ, and in the holy oatholie
church, and in the communion of
saints, and in the life . everlaKing.
Amen." Oh, when I eo Elefvter tak
ing such a stout grip of the trword hi
the battle agcJnt am and for right-
eousnesa, I came to the conchiKlon that
we ought to take a stouter grip o
God's eternal truth, tle wwonl of right
axwolvtu DKVonoa to mmi.
Aa I look at EIm-bm-'b hand I aioo
notloe hie spirit of st-if forgetfuluoi.
He did not notice that the hilt of the
1 tword was eating through the palm o:
his band. lie did not know it hurt
him. As be went out tcto the ooo-Uc't
be whs eo anxious for the viotory he
forgot himself, and that hilt might go
never so deeply Into the palm of his
hafid. It oould not disturb him. "UU
hand clave unto the tword." Oh, my
brothers and staters, let us go into
Christian conflict with the spirit of eolf
A NTATEMEVr mini
m Itafrarit to the Charsv rUat Ua
Actv! the Couard Iu the Vr.
ra;!i-.. k C iv a
L-eHor a&d OUtur,
It tat ba charrtd tl rtaeh its wHu
rrtcra tha. I Ualked ire U'lt. j tr-.
cheater. Va, cn the l&th of rirt. lt.
aad aa jeer ppp baa txa pttvaitit m
Itriijr wUItrJ aid ta tl.i etar, X
waiyou ptUUh tit fclbl,j-
Letters have bta writua I rcaa IUt a
to certain barers and have bK t.n.v
d-iced la other ppc,-, wtkh art undej.
tiood to hart been wrUtea by oa Ma
.fumaa, ia wbicc rrx-,r .cti Ttow.
I. P. Dsmoa c harries th.t i
was t!d.n buhicd a tiHrk !"5vv ( it
ocrnl?g of the l&th jf t j.t;Hr ai
vincbc:r. hn R.iac?i: tai
oct on aid waecjti&dia ttt.e, thct
ttnjviKf uurl Uticve od L c,r4i
saw me there aid had cenvu roctfraa-
Uoo with me-tbat I Haiori u taio a
chill tbat General Crtou r?Uod aptoial
attention of Devaraax to the matter and
id wlili an oath that
court mBrtta! roc for IL ! mm-
moo T'erarewx aaa wttiwv.v- tUt t.t
seme rt-.-.xia I r n- i -;r itartiaUd
but wan alloKe.1 to r U Ijtuien
ai.t LMiuUv ato vt iU ?vclr;t
skulking 6t tho iaw ire :,d wynlJ
have chhq c a.t a,.rtU.h(! I a: ir tt
death, caohvI by a. bnil vMj
hiui vrlito far ia rcAt i ! U:o
muT a Tcif Than!
I hali do', aak yru or )ut if nit
believe anytbinj 1 n ay 1 ne tu
abut tii ttir.?r, wicrt tria;
Lionfcvnd PUerloi 1 1 t.s UrM.
occu uuri&i reer.) iw rr r. , ;.vn
been fat-lly jLt I urrnn j n ceA d .
the fti. 12 Ut." f 1 ti.-x tiv. u ;uir:
er'a Kerry, V , on tl l h . f July, tvd
ditnl (!'iq c!ay tltr
Now 6-i 'o myetlf, I L.vvt i.; uy
tk',vi the offlc'at rtxofil v. .1 t. iut it:t'
tial, wbtcu prove, m: the rv..;n t;u
mooy cf ll tjfa.Hcr (J.r.crs,! Cr'rce tlm
aelt and focrleeu otter i:utes t!-at
the tbovt charr.-e cou'tiai ;'k tsoio of
truth iu ugrd to tuvk-J! :i'..M tLa t.c
male artt!t Liutecmt ..lriU,u
The i.Tc;tl ncord si - itat tie
cbargee w.:re: "Mkiwhiuu.? in the
pra?:ic-of tl;n ei.cn.y" -n i "AUecce
loose it flies back to its own shape. So
the sword of God's truth haa been fully
tested, and.it Is bent this way and that
way, and wound this way and that
way, but it always comes back to its
own shape. Think of rt 1 A book writ
ten eighteen centuries ago, and Botno
of It thousands of years ago, and yet in
our time the average sale of this book
is more than twenty thousand copies
every week, and more than a million
Tv now that a book which isdi-
I think it beautiful," said Lucille j Mnely inspired and divinely kept and
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
roctly on the blood and mucus sui
faces of the system, thereby destroy
ing the ' foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength, by
building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work.
The proprietors have 60 much faith
in its curative powers,' that they of-
ier One Hundred Dollars ior any
case thai it falls to cure. . ' ; -iSend
'for list of testimonials.
J Address K J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio., - . -; - 3,
tsnJoldby druggists at 75 cents.
heartily, "and it shows to advantage in
this fresh springtime, wita tne green
grass springing up everywhere and tne
trees puttingf forth their young leaves
and buds." .
"You aro enthusiastic" said Mrs. La
motte, "and I feel sure I shall like you.
Draw your chair nearer, and I will tell
you in confidence why I advertised for a !
homely govern eea."
(Continued Next Week.)
divinely scattered is a weapon wortn
holding "a tight grip of. Bishop Oolea
ao will come along and try to wrench
but of . your hand the five books of
Moses, nd Strauss will come along and
try to. wrench out of your baud the
miracles, and Renan will come -Oong
and try to wrench out of your hand
the entire life of the Lord Jesus Christ,
aud your aesooiates tn the store, or the
I.op, or the factory, or the banking
bouse will try to wrench out of your
hand the entire Bible, bot in the
Mr. J. lane. Gareral Hanaro Geor
gia Southern and Florida P-ailroad. 8ys: J gjngth of the Lord God of IaraeL and
a wa i ii cij la.Jt.cu v. . -j i ueaxara grip, ooki weun. v-
Bradycrotine in LSjitfw up the Bibte, you gtre up any
tne oaiy imog ia. i. c . . . rfve up pardon and
abnesation. Who cares whether the
world praises us or denounces ua!
What do we care for mlsreproeeiita
tion or abuse or persecut-on In a con
flict tike this? Let ua fv wiroa.
That man wbo Ie afraid of getting hit
hand hurt will never kill a Philistine.
Who oaree whether you get hurt or
not if you get the victory I Oh, how
many Christians there are who are all
the time worrying about the way the
world treats them. They are bo tired,
and they are so aVuaed, and they are
so tempted, when Rleaxar did not think
whether he had a hand or an arm or a
foot All he wanted was victory.
We see bow men foegwt themselves
In worldly achieveirwnt We hart
often eeen men wbo In order to achieve
worldly success will forget all physical
fatigue and all aruoyaaoe and all ob
stacle. Just after the battle of York
town, In the American Involution, a
musician, wounded, wm told he murt
have - hie limbs amputated, ana they
were about to fasten him to the sur
geon's table for It was long before the
merciful discovery of anavtbetloa. tU
said, "No, dont fasten me to tbat ta
ble; get me a violin." A violin wai
brought to him and be said, "Now go
to work as I begin to play," and for
forty minutes during the awful pangs
of amputation he moved not a muscle
nor dropped a note, while he played
some sweet tune. Oh, ie it not strange
that with the musts of the Gospel of
Jesus Christ, and with this grand
march of the church militant on the
way to become the church triumphant,
we cannot forget ourselves and forget
all pang, and all sorrow and all persecu
tion and all perturbation f
We know what men aocompllah un
W worldly oortosition. Men do not
shrink bock for antagonism or for hard
ahln. You have admired Preeoott's
Conquest of Mexico," as brilliant and
beautiful a history as was ever written ;
bat some of vou mar not know under
what disadvantages it was written
that '"Conquest of Mexico" for Pres-
oott was totally blind, and ho had two
pieces of wood parallel to each other
fastened, and totally blind, with his
pen between those pieces of wood, be
wrote, the stroke agalnet one piece of
wood telling how far the pen inuet go
in ono way. th stroke agatnat the
other piece of wood teHing" how far the
Den must SfO Ln Um other way. UO,
how ranch men will eodnre for worldly
knowiedcB and for worldly Buooosa, and
yet how IStU we etxlure lor Jetus
Christ. Bow -many Christians thsro
are tbat go around saying, "Oh, my
hand, my liand, ray hurt hand; dont
tou see there Is krtood on the hand and
there Is blood on the sword?" while
EJeaxar, with the hilt imbedded in the
flesh of bis right band, does not komr 14.
Most I be carried to ta akiw
On fiwwery beat of eaae,
(Jen. (liimv nulis r j aUrca wlat
ever, eliiitt io tee mtufH! -r .vt;Ika
tiora or in L.s suoru tiltopy io aiy
iiy, ;,ttl.ht m
I fcsd prrpfrtd
Pvsrr man has in his own life folllee
leaving a luxurious home for a very j noneo- Sn his owa mind trouble eson?h:
piaill UUt). uLuijr occulio- ivij "VkJ I jjj ulS OW-TS. IOriuUQ evil CuvUIJU, nituuu.
here; why cannot you be so also?" I t-ehw c&ricus after the affairs of ctbeas.
"JSnuly ana x are very uiuerenv re
plied Lucille. "She thrusts me into the
background always. Perhaps she does
not mean to be unkind, but the knowl-
Literally means bad air. jpolsonous
An V . .Al.ilMn)
edge of her great beauty and the homage germs arising i rum iov, , "'"J0" v
it receives make her selfieh aad over- or from defying .vegetable raaUer,
imrin.. I shall be hannier for haviner are breathed into the lungs, taken up
a change,' even though it will be only to
dull little Barristowa."
Lucille wrote to her friend at once,
askinz if ehe could have a home with
hv hA blood, and unless tne vitai
fluid is purified by the use ofc good
medicine like liood's nars iparum,
the unfortunate victim 13 soon over
powered . Even 1n the more ad van-
ed eses. where tbe terrible fever
prevail, this successful - medicine
has effected remarkable cures. Those
who iare exposed to malarial or other
poisons should keep tho blood pure
her for a few months, and the answer
carae by return mail. The Winters were
delighted with the' idea of her coming,
and hoped she would come at once.
Of course Emily was much surprised
at her sister desire to leave the city in Poisons snouiu kj
tta heit of h gayseasoa; but Lucille by taking Hood's Sarsapanlla..;
would listen to no, reasoning or argu
ments, and the end of the week found
her in B&rristown.
AV &! she waa very well -coMsentod
wf6h the chjtnge cr hai naade. Sbe
BROff&'S tROlf BITTERS
srvoaantt-, and General UebHity Phy-i-
1-JSJ1JBI1IIII '". i
trade mark and orossad red aaa oa wrapiwi
peace and HI e and heaven.
TBS 00rVJCT-tI) VSVfDZU
I see hundreds, perhaps thousands,
of young men in this audience. Do not
be ashamed, young man, to nave tne
world know that you are a xnenam
the Bible. : This book is the friend of
an that is good and It Is the sworn
enemy of all that Is bad. An eloquent
writer recently gives an incident of a
very bad "man who stood In the cell of
a western prison. This criminal bad
gone through aS styles of crime, and be
was there waiting for the gallows. The
aonvict. Btandfaur there at tt window
of the cell, the writer says? 'looked out
and cleolared, lam an fnfldeL' He said
that to all the men and women' and
children who happened to be gattwred
there, 1 am an infldel,' and the
qaeot writer saya, 5spr7 rnao and
woman there behered hhn.' And Ha
writer goes cn to say. TI ba bad stood
there saying, I am a CbrUtlan,? every
mp aad woman would have said, S
b a Uur.' - - ; ; V ' - M
; TbUI;bleitheasrOeraat.ot tS
WKUe othara toocbt to win tae raw
:- Oreallc4 thranabloodr aeatir
PBVOTKI) BUmnOLKBS FO TA0TB.
'What bare we Buffered la eecapari
soo with those who expired wttb snffo
oatioo. or were burned, or were chopped
to cIbom for the truth's take? We talk
f the DeTBeouaon of okien tlmea.
Tliere is just as much persecution going
oa now in various ways. Ia 1819. In
Madagascar, eighteen men were put to
Ae-Oh for Christ's sake. Tbey were to
t hnrlfv. over the rocks, and before
thev were hurled over the roeka. U or-
dar to make thefY death tbe more dread
ful In anticipation they were put in
baskets and swung to and fro over ifce
predplcA tbat tbey might see bow many
AAtA down, arid while they t
-ncHntrin theee baakets over theaxJcMl
they tang:,. , ..... . . ..
. levee el mr ao0. ,
, . . Uetn-eloThrboao-atty, -
:. Wb-le the blUewa near m wit
V - Wbtle tbe tonpwt iU blafc.
!pm AmheA down to
aeath. ' Ok. how much other have
j j Am,rti lb how little we
lack of duly t n my f u.t t'nriLg the
ornlng uor did L. autpjcvt. Devtteci
as a witaeas.
You aek in a rectt Luxat ff jour ie-
rt, lriiiri protot'jny Cvlonol that
was LoDorably rtqt-i i-.lic I (auuot,
bccaDfe my ColW'tl wai. v. .aded si. t
captured t Getlyrbarg hv hhd t t
ben tel'MMd trcia t.n?c--. Yxi aik if
I coo prvr ii by tl i rior. Lit tie
roe or. i r u -"er.
Tee r-.o r l abows lbt jr to tho l&th
of rpte:rbcr, I wa BCling Adjuiautt f
my rclrcci, tnat on ttUiiay I received
a ceit;u.p.tc from the tbcriff . f my coou
ty; fchoainir tbat I had here eh ctcd a
member of the North t'aro'it.a Iegiiiia
tare. Tbat cn that day 1 turcrd
my horse, took?, etc.. to ti e iroi.r
aathoritics. prtparatoty f-r leavicg 1- r
Raleigh on tho next day,"ibo lOih Th. t
tue command ng t la x r c: rcr rcimeM
baa reu-aArKl ice trom timi
the inoirir. of lie 13lU
to sart hon;c, Lavu;g rrvviwo-ly f.!cd
proper anudcaticn fcr my rtl.-e frii
duty, tbat Hading absttn vt,& iamiut,
t went io vne cemmanoant rt tLo regi.
mcr.t und askid hUiot intoa .i to whe-tter
I ought to go iti'o the battle; that he
said I was xtr.Cet po oLMgaUon w?:trer
to yo, but auestcl teat I ta-k to (i
Grfffe6 abou: It. Kt'er lm lrfli-
lle was fenntd I npfraebf-d Gin.
(.rime r.vA wJu d L! eovic, v a frienJ.
He aiivivvd m ;o ru ii . :iv.-r tlc
there miht b" tolk r b' oi. 't 1 c i I tut
That I to d kite I vyjUi in, (hat I tf k
charge cf Gotr.psaj li it uo
onicffs v ru it. iu? e ,i;fol irl
wer balled utdt?r a Lea ry tl:. cf skir
mlthera in oar frrnf ; that tiiw c rdr ta
forward wts re!K'r. bvt fcr me rea
son the regiment did uot dv;:tc9 until
X went in front and called to the color
srgoant to follow me; ti.t at that time.
in addition to tic fkfiuit I,i-t tbe
enemy had their Mutt of b..n!e iu cur
front in open ground t! a battry lu
fihviing up; that I led tbeAie tbroah
op3U ground for two or thtt-e Li urs tn-
dr u f.'dtfy sua di:ruc"irf hr--; that I
y -ja.r-r wn foat daring
ti o' a'te, ut 1 tf.il ! f rof'scl !n front
in til li-j-i vrw tT('t-TiA o Lalt, lht
w'.rt f t id--rt.J .j l.-.h t-ick r-y 'titbtnl
(.ritaes 1 wi. 1 m in Thi yiug the
regiment a lir?; tu'lioHtH bj fcfm, ua-
tiU aj't. ijsii, ti-c cjoiujv'tict cf the
rr-f?iU' T t. i f rr.er captaia,
was brt'Uffis! to :.. iv. tier ral firirata,
and trie?. lw ls31Tht, It'i .ly woucd-
ed, icoo!'r.i rv- ? k I j the rrpr,
fat I b.l , b!iv:-ea nro,
aud BfT-f l t.v & b: !ict WiC . i.
I ivk h 'r- c irt d' its
hoepiul fk;u Jtftrr n ; i.e lppl-
t uui i' a' t' t 'I
nd me-a tw fl;-i . ' rr: :: t-.1 1
drew !r.v I'Ltolcu r; r.- - ut'. t
and hfrirt ihec bvi'-'l ( -jt V"- tn uttnt
Tsii isih T-v tn u i r '
by Mad u" TV C B.ik-t:r, wivocata
at the tiae, atc is co- ta u.j D' fci-4 -ju;
m bt fcaccd it ce aiait ibe &
of Dttv ojwt, IbC I u v.itfrfKw were
Brit Oep Brjan GnmeR. Afi!aDtbar-
lion: (Vlor Srrant Wa'T, terries Co.
KT 48d N O. Ergimeaf, Corporal J. N.
Heary. Co. "I IM N. O. Krg c..st;
A?jaia-t A. w. Grn. A A. A. G. .
Gria. utzvi:-, u. 1 ua. uapv
I"aud It arcsmaad 43d N. C. Ue?t
mest, J. n Threap:!, Uent Co. V
43d N. C P.g1mci.l; A'ja'fent Wm S.
Kara'. Aijaaat 4th N." U Ur-8l.T!t,
aide d camd to una. rtm?s;-Ji.a
StallfBr. Ca ' G 43 1 N C. B-:imt:
A. w. suger&, tAeuiecartVO. - v u-
V'. C B-jjient, vV I .1- Pcrt.ias,
Lnte-ft' t Co. P 3J N- O. Hni
rout. J. A GcRsain, Ueutmiaut Co. "K
431 N. C. B ginsflut, t? IT Fitrior, Co.
D. 42d Nf- C. Iteit, Cary Af fcitykir,
CtpttinCau D 43 Rtpi-tzK X B.
Slratbsa. 6aroarS2 . C. Hsiaies.
Upoa ray pet:4oB, Om. Gnmee y-aa
luatructai to ty the cfl3 r!or f
Drr-rioa Cuort kariil sd tin. waa al- ,
towed o tf l-et it -otScara wlw eM '
tryttc cftv, aai th , fcliowlsg c:t
' frig Gri- W. It. Cow TtiJe-U COi. ,
ft. is C-sanrt.-3tnj , ivik.
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wriogtof til rOtmttnued on fiWOlJL. IContiaue,! on
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