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CLINTON, N. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1891.
KA'lioNAti iMJlMKliS' AM.IACK AXD
INM '.STKIAIi UNION.
I II 1 . ..At. rf-.
1) S'rect, X. W.,
I It. t. A'i:iv-V;is:iit:-'t;:i,
Vu c-l'i' -' I 'i't 1. II. Clovir, Cam
,( r. l. ( i-r a:'l'i r'aursr J. II.Turn-
(t.-i-i:t. Addres.. 220 SorthCapi
hiv! t, N. W., Washington, D. O.
I.ci turt'r J. II. WilleUs, Kuuas.
. V. Maiui.e, fTardihijitori, 1). C.
A ; ,i;z.V;ir.!iill, Huron, South D-'kots.
.!. i'. Tilunan, Palmetto, Tennessee.
II. C Drmmins,' Chairman.
I;i;i: MfCrne.kcn, Ozone, Arkansas.
A K. .'olt, FowlerviHe, Mlchiuan.
N ATIO.VAI. UXlISl.ATlVK Co UK OIL.
Tl: Presidents of all theHtatu or-an-
ii(i i(n.i willi L. L. I 'oik cx-ofiicioCuair-
'.'OI.TII CAIOMN'A PARMKnt' 8TATK
l'nVi.Lttt -Virion IPitkr, Cjlintf.it,
Vh c, Proiidcrd. T. 13. Lou;?, Asl.a
vilie. N'. C.
Serct;irv-T:eaurcr--W. h. Barnes,
Juu ti.vi -,J. y.lldl, lirasHtowA, N.C.
Srcivurd C. ;. Wright, Glass, N. C.
;it; t .hiiii UeV. Krkin Pop-i, Chalk
L;V:1, N. C.
Iooi-K(M per W. II.Tomliuson, Fay
ottuvillf, N. C.
Anvinnnt I )oo -Keeper II. F. Kin;;,
Peanut. i C.
S-:rL,'r;i:tt-:'.t-Aims--J. Holt, Chalk
rL;il.' r.usin-:3n Agent W. II. Wertk.
U.ilfilt, N. C.
Triiteo Uu.sinosa A'-'Uiey Fund W.
A. Graham, J;ir.hpe!ah, N. C.
i x r.cirrtvi.: committee of the
MOUTH CAROLINA FAUMKUS'
S. 13. Alex. uhr, Charlotte, Uf. 0.,
Cl.iiirnian; J. l.
THE EDITOR'S CHAIR.
IIOW THINGS LOOK FROM
TheOoinion of The Editor and the
Opinion of Others which we
Can Endorse on the Various
Topics of the Day.
What do you think of '-that ad
dress" 1ha was ho long look far and
at last car e forward with such a
bland and conservative smile? Wrell
we have not thought much about It.
We look upoa it, as a kind harmless
and Kuperfluoui nonentity .The meet
ing that produced it was unneces
sary, anu the opinion ot tn men
amounts to but little with a eitizen
t hip of n million and a half. The
people know what they want and
when the time comes will act. If
here aro any compromise to be
mado they will make them them
Helves. The committer was not
clothed with any authority to speaw
or tho -people in tho cominr cam-
alir. They will tend their dele
gates to conventions to do that.
J. S. J'hii.tn, liullin, N. C.
A F.IJANCK JUDIUIABV COM-
r.Ii.iCir:-, A. S. M. Culljrcth,
,Yf, Win. ('.
K .1. Fowe 11. llalewh, X. C. ; N. C
Kniili.h.'l'iinity Collie; J. J.Youti-?,
II. JL Forrn y, Newton, N.C.
and is wholly false. It is the work
of 8k ek gamblers to aid them 1 1
their speculation schemes. In fact
we are in possession of reliable in
formation which shows that the
world's cotton crop, according to the
estimates of the best experts, will
tall under the published estimates
by more than a million bales. Fur-
ther, we have in our possession a
confidential circular which .was in
tended to circulate on the imiue
among speculators which puts tho
cotton crop of the world at 1,300,000
bales short of the figures they have
published to the world. According
to their own estimate the cotton crop
of this year wilJ fall short of the
estimated seeds of tho world at
I ea t C00.000 bales. It is true wo
lost last year by holding back cot
ton, but the crop was unusually large
which with a contracted money sup
ply enabled the spectator to steadily
push down the price. In fact we
can seldom afTotd to try to hold a
crop as long as a few money sharks
can control the volume of currency
But with the great shortage in the
crop this year it is hardly possible
that they will bo able to keep down
the price if the farmers will hold
up and stop selling
Tho following r-solutlon ras offer
ed before the Supremo Council o
tho Alliance at Indianapolis by Ma
rion Butlei of Jforth Carolina and
itesolved, That being in posses
What do you think of Crisp for
Speaker? is a question we have
had frequently asked. Well, we
think he is tho beet man of thf so
who were prominently in the race. Uion of facts that are thoroughly re
Tho election of Mills would hare liable, which warrant us in a belief and
been u calamity even if he had not ; Tr'r "7," education as a lesson of reform.
sold out to New England to get elect- Ltt ' Wft rPi in narnteeine' For without some such reserve and
t d. iie would Mindly and to no better prices if cotton can be held moral force through which all wealth
purpose have ridden his tariff hobby for sixty days. producers could unitedly express
to the exclusion ot" all other remedi- Wo know that many will be forced their non-partisan demands any party
al legislation. Ho would have or- to sell in order to do themselves and WOuld soon be prevertcd and degra-
ganized the xlouse so as to have their creditors justice, but let every ded,as have been the great parties of
would not have Been hira or known !
he was In the town.
Third.the effort to make it appear
hat the Alliance had gone into par
tisan politics and that the National
meeting was nothing mors than a
Third Party council. The fact U
the Third i'aity, nor .for that mat -ter
any other party, was not discuss
ed or considered either directly or
indirectly in the slightest manner
whatever during the whole meeting.
Those who know anything about the
Alliance know that It is not And cu
never be a political party, for the
day it should attempt to be, it would
die. TkLs Its enemies know heneo
they are very anxious for it to give
up is great work and objects and
descend to the level of a political
raachine. In this event the machine
might live as other party machines
do, but the Alliance would be dead,
its true work would stop and its
mission fail. Then what is the
legitimate work of tho Alliance? It
is education, education, education'
For any reform that is beneficial
and permanent must be the'result of
education. With tho Alliance parties
are not an effect, but may be and
will a means and a method. IJu;
when the individual is educated he
can be trusted to find the means that
will bring about tho reforms. If
any one or all parties should adopt
and advocate the reforms demanded
by the Alliance, still the organiza
tion would exist and remain sepe-
rato and idtact from them an,
keen up its campaign of
A FALLCX MAN.
Iter. J.T. Alwraathey, a Metho
dist Preacher. Kisc Anoth
er Man Wife ami is i?hot
ly the Irate Husband.
A vaQ't deplorable affair occurred
at Snow Hill, Green county, lat
week. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Grims
ley, who lived a, .this place, were
living together unhappily. Mr. Ab
ertiathey, the minister on that cir
clrcuit, was in to see Mr. Grimsley
t try and reconcile them, and whsn
he left he kissed her. Mr.GrijHley,
who nuspected something, had hid
himself in the room with his srua.
He rushed out aad in his hurry he
made a missfire of one barrel, which
was loaded with "buck-shot," but
was successful with the other on,
which was loaded with squirrel-shot,
and Mr. Abernathy was hhot In face
and hands one shot going througa
his tongue. The wound, though
painful, is not considered fatal. Mrs.
Urlmsley is a daughter of ex-hcritl
Murrill, of Onslow ountj.
Mm for. Ml Ibs.
DU. TAI-M AGE PREACHES At
ANN ARBOR ON NETS
FOR THE SOUL.
The Dangers Are Itoth Seen and
Uusecn. There is a Snare, for
T the Ignorant and Still
- Mere Iaugeruus Snare
lor the Youth Proud
of His lute'.lect.
Axx Auuoil Mich., Dec. 13. Our
citizens in largo numbers liare availed
themselves of tho opportunity o hear
ing Dr. Talmage, who is visiting the
city by invitation of tho students of the
university. I-ist night a vast audience
greeted the famous Brooklyn prcaelicr
at his lecture, and this evening, when
bo was announced to preach a special
rudd.-n ll.Uiz for hltu, uti, "Wt'l !
x li, if you lnit cn it, I t UL
Tt rksvq U CC to perdition tmW
arh young mm e nHl not fight. V
ol J no uro coutcod for tirra than
Tartary and F.thkpU cm!4 ttbt as to
who Jwtild hav th grcat Sahara
crt, I Kit foe Uhm jHing men ho &ro
luoytunt and cntliQiatict the nho
are dcteruutxsl to do aneUtlng fur
limo and for 4craity for them vt
will fiht, and w now dix-lort) rrer
Uttin var aUuftt all Um lnflucoft
Ui.it twaail them, aad we ask sJ! gcod
men and pliilanthroplcts to bel Into
line, and all th analesof h -avca to
bttar down upon tho foe, aad m pray
Almighty God that with the thunder
bolts of his wrath he w ill strike down
and constuae all tlieso !a3aenccsthM
are attempting to destroy tho young
men for whom Christ duxL
THE CAST Or I4 Q E R AUTT,
The fir&t class of temptation, tli.it as
saults a young man u ltvl on ly tJio
bkepti(2. lid w ill not alniit that ho is
an infidel or atheist. Ob, nos lie is
a ''frvo thmkar." lid i ona of your
'iilteral" men. He b free and cavy in
rclicion. OIl bow Lbenu ho u! lie is
man hold who can.
throttled any attempt aUilver legis
lation or other financial reform mea
sure. Crisp trave the Allianco to NOTES ON
understand that he would tote fair
on these points, so nearly all the Al
lianco men voted for him on the
Mil it II CA U A HE FORM PRESS
'ilicrrs J. L. Fiamsy, President;
fa-ion liuih'i, Vicc-Pres'uloi.t; f . S
l (tiTMi'iiv i '1 1 r t All I'm
,rr,.u-n Farmer" ' Kalei-h ; llural a few "days since that while the far
. Home, Wilson ; Farmei's Advocate, mers might haye some grounds of
Tarboi-u; Salisbury Watchman, Sal- complaint under piesent low prices,
i.iiury; Aiuanco ncuimui, u yet that those who work for wages
bi.ro; Hickory Mtrcury, Hickory; f . .
Ve heard a very intelligent (and
we thought well informed). man say;
We had intended giving our read
ers an extended account of our trip
to Indianapolis and also of the bus
ineas before and the actions of the
I Jefferson and Lincoln. In short the
Alliance is above parties, but its
members will enforce its demands
by the ballot through some party
T1IK TRU13 POSITION.
At the . meeting of district lec
turers the following resolution was
It was reported in Clinton from
good authority that W. K. Grimsley
and lie v. J. T. Abernathy had an
other meeting last Monday at Snow
Hill with more .erious results than
the preceding. Both well arnud
with pistols and meeting on the
street began firing at each other at
the same tin.o. Abernathy was
struck in the chin, tho ball ranging
around the jaw bone and lodging in
the back of the head, making a pain
ful and serious wound. Grimsley
was struck about the knee making a
slight flesh wound.
lJuth combatonls emptied the
chambers of their revolvers lit each
other, and both narrowly escaped
receiving fatal wounds. This is one
ot the saddest and most deplorable
affairs that has ever taken place in
in our btate. Public sentiment is
with Mr. Grimtley while air-deplore
that a inister of the gospel should
a) far depart from all rules of pro
priety as to place himself in a posi
tion to be so much disgraced.
Tho report thatMr.and Mrs.Grims
ley lived together unhappily is de
nied'. Mr. G. was a daughter of
Mr,Ed.Murrill,aud not of ex-Sheriff
Murrell, as above st ted.
I i a
N.tbd m.f but important Vmi. gonon.ny
work In tho field and also press of , . zreatlv exercised over
accumulated Dusmess, ooin oiaciai the suDLOsed relation of tho Alii-
'ihe llattler, iiitakers; uouniry
Kite. Trinitv College; Mountain1
Home Journal. Ashevill"; Agricul-
tnnil T.ee. Goldsbero: Columbus
News, Whiteville, . C; The Busi
ness Ayrent. llaleiih. N. C.
Capt! A. S. rcace, editor of Alli
anco Department, Oxford, N. C.
I'aeh of thfc abivc-named papers are
paid in comparison wi
of the products they helped to earn
Now let us see how this is. The
figures of the census on this matter
for 1890 aro not yet out. but let us
see how it was in 1880 compared to
1860. The total amount paid in wa-
1 A I - .. i 1 1 ! A- r.inll, llllV All
requested to kccp u c "-"1" hres in 1860 was S2.C89.441. in 1880 it
im:i I m " ' '
tin: fim nasre aud add othtr, prov
tin; v are duly elected. Any paper fail-ni-
to advocate tho uea'.a platform will
i dropped from the list promptly. Our
peopls can now sec what papers are pub
lished in their huerest.
I ' i tt ) I? ESrf LONAL COLUMN .
W. P.. ALU:X. W. T. PORTUfi
A LLEN & DOUTCII,
the Bupoosed relation ot
and private that faced me upon my anee to political parties and partisan
return has monopolized my time, politics, therefore in ordr to make
. A, , - known the true position of the Al-
But there are several of the many nriprsiand. and in or-
ith the value gross natoepresontations published der further, t!.at one expression
by the partisan presa wniun my may speaK ior eacn anu iui ai us uu
have not yet seen fit to correct to this ma.ter, be it
3 mi,;,i, t wi nnw rfpr F'rst is Resolved, That we, the duly elcc-
which l will now reier. uirst is . . , ,fa t tUa
the statement that the Alliance, ac- sute, composing the State lecture
cording to the National Secretary's bureau, do unanimously set forth
books, had greatly lossed in mem- that the Alliance as an organization
bership, Every delegate knows this has not and cannot have any eon-
. v' :. . , ... mu- nection whatever with any political
to oe a malicious laiseneou. ihb . , partisan sense. That tho
only shadow of a ground for this in- J Alliance an never become a pohti-
ference by the outside world, was cal prty. That if any or all parlies
the faet that several states elected that do novv exist or may hereafter
n exist were to endorse into its de
more delegates than they were enti- mandg and platform 0f principles,
tied to have seated. The best test etc.." the organization as a great
fn. mainhnrcfiin in cftrtrl fstandiner is I rlnftrtr rn economic lines must
increased from 116,675,698 in 1880 amount of 0Bey paid into the still exist and remain intact, separate
to $20,095,037 in 1880. If these fig- Jf P0I; fo and distinct from any and all party
dAy laborer as r" 1U ,UT' . 7 organizations whatever. With us,
secretary's dooks tne amount puiu as an orjranization, parties are not
was ?2,710,768, only as light incea3e,
while the number of wage earnors
1860 was only 14,217 to 18,109 in
18S0. . This shows a considerable actu
al decrease in wages, while the value
j of tho products he worked to make
The fall term of our Superior
Curt is now io session, Judge Uoy-
kin pi siding, with hi3 usual ability
and discretion. There have been
several cases, involving fearful
crimes tried and sentenced.
The first c?se was that of Groves,
white man, sentenced to five years
sermon to young mem mere was no i "liberal that ho wul ci re a war his
building in tho city that wonld necouv Uiblc. He is so liberal" that bo will
modate all who wanted to hear him. I pjvo away the throne of eternal Justice.
His text was Proverbs i, I, "Surtly He Is so 4,iiberar tliat be would be
in vain the net is spread in the tight of willing to give God out of the universe.
any bird." I Ho Ls so liberal" that ho would give
Early in tho morning I went out Up his own soul and tliO soul of all his
with a lowlcr to catch wud pigeons, friends. Now what tnoro could you
We-hastened through the mountain Uk ia the way of liberality? Tho vlc-
gorgo and into tho forest We spread tim of tills skeptic lias probably Just
out tho net, and covered up tho edges como from the country. Through the
of it as well as v? could. o ar- intorvention of friends he has boon
ranged thy call bird, its feet fast and placed in a hop.
On Saturday Uio ekeptlc says to htm,
'Well, what are you going to do to
ils wines Happing, hi invitation to all
fowls of heaven to settle down there.
We retired into a booth of branches
and leaves and waited.
After awhile, looking out of tho door
of tho booth, we saw a flock of birds in
the sky. They came nearer and nearer,
and after awhile were about to swoop
into the net, wheu suddenly they darted
away. Again we waited. After awhile
we saw another flock of birds. They
camo nearer and nearer until just at
tho moment when they were about to
swoop they darted away.
Tho fowler was very much disap
pointed as well as myself. We said to
each other, "What is the matter?" and
"Why were not these birds caught?"
We went out and examined the net,
and by a flutter of a branch of a tree
part of the net had been conspicuously
exposed, and the birds coming very
near had tscen their peril and darted
away. When I raw that, I said to the
morrow?" Ho says, "I am going to
church." "Is It possible?" says the
skeptic. "Well, I used to do those
things. I was brought up, I suppose,
ns you were, in a religious family, and
I believed all those things, but I got
over it. Tho fact in. sinco I came to
town I have read a great deal, and I
have found that there are a great many
things in the Bible that aro ridiculous.
Now, for instance, all that about the
serpent being cursed to crawl in the Gar
den of Kdcn because it had tempted
our first parents; why, you see how ab
surd it is; you can tell from tho very or
ganization of tho serpent that it had to
ctawl ; it crawled before it was cursed
just as well as it crawled afterward ; yon
can tell from its organization that it
crawled. Then all that ttory about the
whale swallowing Jonah, or Janali swal
lowing the whale, which was it? It don't
make any difference, tho thing is absurd ;
FULL, ASHOHTlli) ANti
The MclKniral trial f,t th
Th Plow, i org atvd Grip U
the name uf tK.w jj.r et ijjHin.
A rcgula; rjthiu through
5un!y ccufcty i.it tk doir-g me
An Indignation meeting ha brc
ailed in llobcmin county t
ondeming rcjduthmi m the ac
quittal of Mclkuigal.
W. R. O'B. Itoblnon of (ioldHiro
It Is aid. will iw apptuntiHl U0
llccciver of the br k. bank f
Card are ut annou.iciri? tho
marriage of Kd. dutmU'r hmlth,
chairman I?mocratic Kxtitiv
Committee and MUi ra!n, ttugh
ler or col. iv.ul 1 alon.
Cahlf-r Bowdcn of KI.-si Nthm d
Bank of Vilmngto.i h is m.-
beeif heard from. Many damaging
reiKirlHbout 1dm. hav n.ii 1-,...
Runnel Jlamn, a Mcll-to d farmer
of Hurry county was found dead in
his bod !at week, excels I vo drink
was the cuuh.
MaJ. Wilson of 11. it. Coininliufi
visited the Onflow railroad, expn
es himsvir very favombU about
old fowler, "That reminds me of a
passage of Scripture, 'Surely in vain is it is ,iaicuious to suppose that a mac
the net spread in the sight ol any biro. I could jiaVe gone down through the jaws
Now, the net in my text stands f or Gf a njonster and yet k cpt bis life;
tempt-'ition. . . I why, his respiration would liave been
fhe call bird of sin tempts men on hindered : ho would have been digested ;
2F-m point to point and Irom branch tiie rwtric juice would have dwsolvcJ
to branch until they are about to drop fibrino and coagulated albumen.
into the net If a man tlnds out n I orji Jonah would hare been . chanced
in the Penitentiary for a crime, the time that it is the temptation of the from prophet into chyle. Then all that
details of which are too filthy for devil, or that evil men are attempting Ktory about the miraculous conception
line tni.:intnn ins smmii tor. time ana ior eLer-1 .i riUr ,i;iwfnT i nil
vv t. I " 14 J , it A3 J- V. 1,1 J v., uvvi v wu9
nity, the man steps back. He says, "I s;r) 1 believe in th light of nature.
Tliis is the Ninetecth ecinttiry,
ures are correct, the d.y
Goldsboro, N. C well as tho farmr has a just griev-
Will practice in Sampson county.
M. LEE, JI. D.
l'jIYSICrANT,St) RGEOX AND DENTIST,
Oiii.-t; in Lee's Drugstore, je 7-lyr
ance ; ana let tne ngures ten wnat
they may, he feels his grievance and
will stand by the farmer in the fight
for financial reform.
appearance in a decent paper
we recogn ze yours to be.
The secoud case was that of a
colored woman charged with infan
ticide, found guilty and sentenced
to be hanged the' latter part of next
In. rendering the sentencement His
Honor was certainly very impress
ive. The supposed criminal, how
ever, evinced not the slightest con
cern. The plea of insanity offered
bv the defense was of no ava'd.
This town, hitherto noted for its
comparative dullness, seems to have
awakened partially, at least, irom.
its quiet, and is now looking up.
am .not to be caught in that way ; 1
8;xj what you are about; surely in vain Eir. progress. I don't blame you.
is tne net spreaa in tne signs vi any but after you have beeu la town at
bird." long as I have you will thinkTjufct as I
THE SUiT.XKTY OF TOE DEVIL. Ja)
There aro two classes of temptations Thousands of voung men aro noina
-the superficial and tho subterraneous Jown undef tUat procesa day by day,
those above ground, those under
ground. If a man could see sin as it is
he would no more embrace it than he
would embrace a leper. Sin is a daugh
ter of hell, yet she is garlanded and
robed and trinketed. Her voice is a
warble. Her cheek is the setting sun.
Uer forehead Ls an aurora. She says
to men: "Come, walk this path with
me; it is tbynied and primrosea, ana
The Mecklenburg Times made a
statement that certain Alliance men
in its county were signing a pledge
to vote the third party ticket. A
TT E. FAISON,
JT Attorney and Counsell
or at Law.
Oflice on Main Street, cold chill runs down the backs of ihe
will practice in courts of Sampson and liule 2xi partisan editors, they he
adlining counties. Also in Supreme .
r....t am ui-; noM iniriisTfi to nisi"
rlnrlnor f hf lnmt vpnr was a little over I n nl.iopf. nrr an end. It is our
.wSt 4W. i00t a h0n,. LiiAn to e.lurate on the lines of Some building and repairing is go
u miiu ,rnth riorhtand iutice It is for the ing on. The hotel has been repaint-
a net increase in membership of 33 ruth Vu t under tho management of the
percent. his conscience uided by an educated Messrs. Farrior Bros., and boarders the air is bewitched with tho odors of
Second is the statement that the intellect, to "choose the means say" the table is well supplied and the hanging gardens of heaven; the
aii;-q cniu in ttir.in nvwMin Rub- thron?rh wh ch the end an honest . rtuwuauie wiliuh auuiueu mo n vers are n vera nmc.ui.u ..,uu
Treasury plan. We believe that and just government-can be attain-
many of the papers that published
this knew they were publishing a lie
at the time arM none of them that
we have seen have had the maunood
and courage to correct it. By a unan
have to do is to drink them up in chal
Pw Raven and family, ;ces that sDarkle with diamond and
imnm vAto tho Rnnrpme Council en
' ' (111 k. - - . . 1 1 . J-
care will receive prompt and careful liance, as an organizacion, w$pledg-1 Sub.TreasUry plan, and
attention. jo7.1yr ing its members to vote the third I . . .nrsAftotpd ,inder
-V jzVAUl party ticket. When they say that,
ili. Attorney and Counsellor it amounts to saying that they do-
not Deneve tne oiien repeateu auu
publlshetl expressions of the organi-
pastor of the Methodist Church, ar
rived last evening and will enter
immediately upon his ministerial
The perpetual spring, novv pavil-
licned,yields its refreshing draughts
of dfilishttul water, and it is both
Of.isa on Wall Street.
Will practice m Sampson, Bladen, zation stating its true position. Such
Ponder, Harv.ett and Duplin toun- pjvpers will be passed by with silent
ties. Also in rsupreme v-ouri.
The North Carolina railroad com
mission has issued the following
circular, and iis provisions are good:
1 Whdnpvpr anv nassenerer train
on any railroad in the State shall be the pride and boast of its p trons.
fhe dleMtes in doineso acted under more than thirty minutes innai u ?'"J.
1 .. 1 . : n It 0I1 r, I I lia ho II !'i Mil 1 IIS 1 f IIU IHJU 1UI
the almost unanimous instruct bus To Society is almost universally
of every State Alliance In the Union bulletin and to keep posted at any ceded
All thin talk about a sulit was man- 0t0r rh station nlnncr its line, and
-.m t r Ufv,f. cttinn. ifnossih'.e. the time SEX. PEFFKitS FIRST RILL.
uiavbuini v. "o---"w " - ; . , - , . , , .., .
sreh train 13 Denina us seueuuie
following little harmless and iusig
niflcant side show. On McAlister
aiTiethvst and chrvsoDrasus. Sco! It
Ls all bloom and roseate cloud arl
heaven," , .
Oh, my friends, if for one moment
the choiring of all these concerted
voices of sin could be hashed we
should see the orchestra of the pit with
hot breath blowing through fiery flute,
and the skeleton arms on drums of
thunder and darkness beating tho
chorus, "The end thereof is death."
I want to ooint out the insidious
temptations that aro assailing more es
necially our young men. The only
3S. Also in supreme v-oiui. .n,. ,mn. i,,.1ha Ordpr. WhRthpr
Prompt personal attention will be contempt by the Order. Whether is irj the pay ot
given to all legal business, le 7-iyr
TTTUtANK 150YETTE, D.B.S.
oriiULhuuu a ijiouo wlw lo flri,t!n(, thft Alii
we do not know, but if it does it is ftnd oth so.called auti.
of course, without any knowledge or gubTrea ites who have been dis
i,,vnel,iafn,i?0nKiL, ..fh. countenced by the Alliances went up tined at and between
- , : i ..1 f v , . . fQ , -oirktoct. n.ny train anrl th
rT rj iiiv wirviri'H 111 1 iiniinii 1 1 1 1 1 t t 1 111 1 iiim 1 11 11 1 111 rrii rr . km. tiv vxw w 1 1 t .tn v. - -
mntonind vicinity. Everything - member of the Alliance or not, ; gTreasury and to obstructed and it shall bo the .duty and to
n the line of Dentistry done in the has a perfect right to sign or circu- AUianna lnrld thftt of the c nductor to notify the pa- ibJoarcL
time, and as near as can be approxi
mated the time of its arrival.
2. Whenever there is any break
or obstruction on any railroad in
this State, thereby causing delay to
j any passenger train, it be tho duty
of said road, to have tne same uoue
presented kind of nature comparatively free from
temptation, so far as I can judge, is the
r 1 1 A. 3 11.1 1 1 . 1 1 1 I lttlrtA LIIIj TT &au AAAAiiMv I 3 w 1 rAI -F't V II!"
best style, bausiaction guaranieeu. latesucn a petition r pieage ana - w. . mAn eengersiu 1. r ; - . United StatC3 Senaet 1 -r"-.- . , th fi to his
tne station 01 ui i- ----- r 1pwftr l0,taire to r.,b . " "
M j lakj v--' -" a
tPsrMv terms are strictly cash.
Don't ask me t vary from this rule
3. rr GUEGDRY
lias removed his Tailoring Estab-
the State officers have no light or
power to attempt to stop such action
unless some one should claim to be
doing so in tho name or by the au
thority of the Alliance. But there
are some men t at the Alliance
pledges and intends to pld;e more
lishmentfrom his old stand to his
office on Sampson Street, net.to the I of them before they get our votes.
M. E. Church. But as to that Mecklenburg circular,
lowpricos for men's clothes. Econ- 1 opinion that some
omy in cloth and money will force shrewd enemy of the Order i3 the
vou to cive him a call. author of it aad his object was to
IS-Latest Fashion plates always try to get up something that he
teach the whole Alliance world that
it was wrong, etc.
with unparalled cheek asked for a resulting.
hearing, ihe first impulse was to pay
I no attention to them, but upon sec
ond thought it occurred to the JNa- - - - t Af Rer Q. Mills for
tional meetine that that was exactly cntrpr has civen a widespread
.,K.t arrMaA nrl rlf.JrfiH. nd ennnnrf. it is Said. to. the effort Of
M n further Avid-ncp. of this it was his admirers to
Mr. Peffer, of Kansas,
hU first bill as follows:
Tn nmonrl the Immnrration and cold. hard. sUncy, mean temperament-
National Election laws; to provide What would Satan do with such a man
Q .nrv;.Q iC wmsians Tir Biirvi vin? 1 if no cnt liim t Satan is not anxious to
soldiers cf the war and additional Uet a man who after aw Idle may dLf-
amount to pensioners of war; to re- DUte with him the realm of everlasting
the f aid duce the number of pension rating meanness; It is the generous young
O to tea; to . abolish pension aseneies the warm hearted yocng man,
and to lessen the expenses 01 exam- social young man that Is in espo-
" I ftial TjeriL
Among the other measures lutro- I a nirate eoes out on the sea, and one
MR. MILLS FOR SENATOR.
,ier Uyeand looks off, and sees an empty
to provide for . n . . TiOP. IIe
theeiectibn of Senator by the peo- r irii for
ple " . " ' 5 I ns.M Tint the same morning he put3
it. 1 . Ui a. rtrtA a srwa a vpfl
GOOD FABjIIaG. , ,Y An with old.
i r..n Ka Tnrliw l.njlAn with
Mr. J. H. Sues told U3 the oilier p" vu. ""r ."
"That's our prize
June 7th. lyr.
i could uso to damage the Order.
Watch out for sneeking enemies.
HOLD YOUR C0TT0H.
Notice to Creditors.
' A V LN G TH IS DAY QU AL-
iQed as executor of the
estate of W. B. Honeycutt, deceased,
hertby gires notico to all creditors of
ps'ata to nreseut their claims dolv
proven oa or before the 21st day of 1 price. Yes, cotton will rise.
November, 1S92, or this notice, will be our prediction.
p eadea in oar ot ineir recovery. au predictions that are being sent wirs.
Council sent a challenge to McAlis
ter to discuss the Sub-Treasury plan
publicly in Indianapolis, or through
if von can hold vour cotton we I the oub!ic prints. . McAliste and
feel safe in fruaratffeeinir a better I his crowd" took water and left. This
tjwjui . r.; -vt, i! Unices, lie savs.
United States Senate, uovernor u-i , - hdownoriitl- Across that unfor
fTortr has stated that an extra ses- 5 - " 'f "r, " ";J"tTZ n,rnt i.i the CTaDolin2 hooks ar,
sion-of the legislature will be ealleii funare. Pou of th-fhe crew are bUndfolded
it. March or April. ;i ne election ; o - .hn.hpl, nf aro rnd to walk the plank. IH.
asucee.sortoJohnM. lapa"-- th. pty vessel, but the lao
Alli- SLrhn1oni rels of Irish potatoes this year, all merchantman that. is the temptation to
SQb" SSm the governor! and al- of which he tended with one mule. tbepirate. ' ;
??ent."om-i5f-:"i!-ti'hV Th is a splendid yield and we And a young man, empty of head,
iS friends of Mr. doubt if it can be beat in the State. emFtyof heart, empty of life-yon want
the legislature tne 1 ibuu rrha Tnr, nn whih this was erownLv'v nw- r-hrismn association
. AX U UVA v D 1 f II 1 a JMUU V .
lies near Kiaston.Klnstou Free to keep un he is safe. He will
ITess. ; not iramble unless it is with someooay
"How to Care all Skin Diseases.. . . Rnnwh nnless somebody else pays the
B;rr,r,lvr nnlv "SWAYJTE'S UINT " ' " 7 . TS. -
learned that a reporter of the Asao.
elated telegraph dispatches who had
been sent from New York was closet
ed with McAlister, and waiting to
publish to the world that the
anno xtram aCrairl n HiatMics thf
rT-, tion bv This is a splendid y
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- I - - - . . r
If ark j was news, but the lying associated J ijjf No internal medicine re- few can show more produce, but aorse
press wonld ; not enri it out over its quired. Cures tetter, o6zeiua.ii.vu, tIuse many w no prouuoc ""'6 the bar hour after hoar
&nri thin i ii thT U of emotions on tne iace, uauus, mi whA Khnw more money?
....... . . . . I '1 HH IJltUlUilUlia . I J Vv.Uf. avu V I - . . ' I . L:f. nnH 1
nersons ladeb.ed to said estate Dy note, i - . - -- i , . . . Xo. leave the SKin ciear, wuuc uu
i'""" "OM . ' ' I .A i vm Va.v onrl itnKltcliAli tho farrAat BTlit-.Oreflt imminence was .'y"'0 " . . ...
mortgaga or accounts, win pisase come mjuiuoiu k,m. . ---:------ - f healthy. Its great neaiiug anu cur-
and mate immecliate payment. 5n the newspapers nil over the coun- given to him and his reneeadei by ativ8 powers are possessed by no One of the most sicken
TiB, El'r- try i.,aUhe eo.ton crop be - .he public; pr. but. dear re.de,; if rJ SeVS
Lire. He will not drmK unless
, z I some one else treats him. He will bang
who produce thing . . hour wait.
tng IOr BOUZfS gCiicxvrua vis
Rnme in. TM cenerous touuij uium
One of the most sickening head- -omea in and accosts hua and says.
- Pjr Af ty , IIinbt E Faiscn.
Xiov. 2b G. times.
usalJylarge is without foundation J you "had teen at the meeting you J for Swage's Ointment.
traveling. .mreii ai you have a drink, with me
Bradycrotine prevents ana cures u. j r Tiae m. as though u were
and there is only here and there t
young man who con endure this artfl
lery of scorn. They are gi ing up their
Bibles. The light of nature! They
have the light of nature in China; they
have it in Hiudo-stan; they have it In
Cevlon. Flowers there, stars there
- - - .
waters there, winds thete; but no civi
lization, no homes, no liappiness. Lan
cets to cut, and Juggernauts to fall un
der, and hooks to swing to; but no
happiness. I tell you, my young brother,
we have to take a religion of some kind.
We have to choose between four or
five. Shall it be tho Koran of the Mo
hamiaedan, or the Shaster of the Hin
doo, or the Zcndavesta of the Persian,
or the Confucius writings of tho Chi
nese, or the Holy Scriptures? Take
what you will; Ood helping me, I will
take tho Bible. Light for all darkness;
rock for all foundation; balm for all
wounds. A glory that lifts its pillars
of fire over the wilderness marclu .
Do not ffive Up your Bibles. If" these
people scoff at you as though religion
;nd the Bible were only for weak
minded people, yoa just tell them yoa
are not ashamed to be iu tho company
of Barko the statesman, and Raphael
tho painter, and Thorwaldsen tho
sculptor, and Hozart the musician, and
Blackstone the lawyer, and Bacon the
philosopher, and Harvey the physician,
and John Slilton the poet. .
Ask them what infidelity Las ever
ione to lift the fourteen hundred mil-
ions cf " the race out of barbarism.
Afck them when' infidelity ever institut
ed a sanitary coinrrdssion ; and, before
rou leave their society once and lor-
3ver, tell them that they have Insulted
ihe memory of your Christian father
sad spit upon the deathbed of your
,ther, and with iwine s snout rocteo
' tiie grave of your sister who died
! l'ieving in the Lord Jesus.
AU, SCFFICXESCT OF THE ECSErrCItKS.
Young man, hold on to your Bible;
t is the best book yoa ever owned. It
ill tell you how to dress, tow to bar;
rain, how to walkhow to act, how to
Sve, how to die. Glorious Bible 1
t bother pa parchment or paper, la oc-
Iato or dacecimo, on tiie" center table
)l the drawing room or in the counting
room of the banker. Glorious Eible !
Light to our feet and lamp to our path.
Hold on to it I
The second class of insidious tempt
aons that com upon our youDg men
Is led on by the dishonest employer.
ir.xrf.rv commercial estabusnment is a
t.-UnrJ- In nine cases oat of UtitLe
principles of the employer , become the
principles of the employee., I ask ihe
older merchant to bear me out la Shese
Tf whan vou were lust starting io
Iiipin eontmercial life, you were told
Tne Weldon News mya the wn!.
teutinry las not rented iha laiuli ..r
Qeneral lhir.SJtn. tectut i!k iMh,
ml would not rout unit-?- the illrtc
tors buught hl stock, which thy
refustnl to do.
MJ. Hugor sys ?7lO,O00 wss
spent on puLIicschoi! for tho year
ending July 1M. lat. Tho previous
year $75G,IUU wa- sjH-nt. Tho iu-crt-afe
of two and a half cnts on tho
?10 vsluatiou is Just taking effi-ct
and does not spjHiir until next yr srM
report. The-receipt next year will
bo about $800,000, and th w-hool
terms will be Increased only about &
wck. 'i ie averasro term U now
Mrs. KlUaU th O'Bfrry. of Wavno
county, lost her Iiouho and Its con
tents by fire Monday week.
Buiglan . pickpockets and robber
are reported to be at work iu nearly
every town In the State.
The unoko stack of B. L. Duko'n
prlzo houso at Durham fell Friday.
killed two men and badly inlured
two others who were working on it.
The armored cruiser New York,
the most formidable vowel yet con
st rucU'd for th- navy, was launched
at Philadelphia In tho presence of
L. B. Herrinj;, formcr'y of Mt.
Airy, N. was Imstantly killed by
a falling building at Uoanoke, VaM
during a severe wind and rain storiu
Tho treasurer of Allen county, O.,
has filed a suit agalnnt United State
Senator Calvin .S. Brice for $17,H0
delinquent taxtw. Tho FenuUir has
constantly refused to pny taxes t hero
during tho Ia.t few years, alleirlne
that he had no residence at that
The annual reibrtonh Kentucky
rn 1 1 road eotnuiiions rcommends
that a law bo pas.cJ providing for
separate coaches for while and black
Thlrlcen carload of flour have
been 8ubscriled by Mlnnearolln
millers for the fclarving iuani of
Af Christmas and New Year como
on Friday It is propond In New
ork to havo three dfli holiday at
each. , -
The Itinera of Gen. B. F. Butler,
who Isttill confiiictl to his bed In
Lowell, Is attributed by his physi
cian to dritiktng of impure water
from the Merrimack river.
Tho oldest capital in the United
Slates is Santo Fe., which was the
sat of government in Ntw Mexico
s far back an 1040; and yet Its popu
lation is only C.Ifco, according to
Portcr' ccntur .
The widow of the late CosgresH
nun b. S. Cox was presented v.Ilh a
handsome silver vuise yesterday on
Iwrhaif cf the officers and men of tho
life savli.g service.
The wife end child of a negro
rtr.mid Coleman were ihe victims of
a mo terrible outrage at Vicksburg
Friday night. Stne miscreant en
tered the house while they were
js'eep and poured molten lead iu
the ear of the woman and . on 'the
face of the child.
In the f election of delcgalea to tho
Bern ocratic convention of Loalsiana
the pro hMleiy men spwar to have
reeurtd a mrjoiity. ; -,
A meeting of the National Com
mittee of tho Democratic party will
Le held in Washington, January II,
1S"92, to select time and place for
holding the Democratic Convention.
Continued on Second Page.
: .v.;"'; : ; Foreign; " ' .
' Itusgia ousht to understand pretty
well how to manage famines, as she
has had eight within this century.
She began the century with one in
1801. had another in 1S')S, 1811,1815,
1SS3, 1810, I860 and 1831.
Citizo..s of Brazil protest ngainft
the imperial honors paid the hate
Dom Pedro. The Governor of Llo
Janerio has tendered his resignation.