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,;,u, i .-r.oi:o, x.c., Nov. 2.3, '93.
vv VTCH FOR THE BLl'K CROSS
blue gross opposite your name
u. ui.rf thatyoor subscription willex
, r,. u fore the end of the month; and
i uli dire the paper go to you any
I , - r you must send in yourrenew
a, :,, that time. The low price of
tv j uH--r makes it just out of the
,,, .-iios to send it longer than it is
.j fur. Be governed accordingly.
K TO NKW AUVKKTISKMKNTS.
V. S. Walker "I'etican cotton"
..l for gale.
Wanted A lady wishes a position
f-Ve wish to request our read
er when writing to any of the above
....Mipanies to say that you saw the
j i .. rtisenient in Tiik Caucasian.
Mr. H. J. Ham turned off the wa-f.-r
in his tUb pond a few days ago
,d caught a quantity of German
1 ;,rj, and other fish.
The fourth Demoreat Silver Medal
i i:it:t will be held at St. John's
jl, E. church in this city on Friday
mtrdt of thi week. Admission fee
The Evanareliat, Rev. Mr. Gales,
huo been holding a series of meet
,1 r-n at St. Paul's church in this city
tr. pat few days. There has
j., ,n much interest manifested, es
j . -ally among the church members.
HutC-killing time draweth nigh
it makes our mouth water when
- think of the sausage and souse
tli;.t the well to-do farmer will soon
b ! easting on. We nee some pork
in the market being offered at G to
7 ct iit.s.
, limited number of our subscri
l r could exchange geod pine wood
for a year renewal to the paper just
now. They ought to renew and we
;tre hound to have the wood, so come
along a few of you and we will trade
Married, on the evening of the
M i iiiet, at the residence of the
kttle's mother, Miss Minnie E. Ken-u-ilv,
of Wayne county, N. C, to
KvatigeliHt Charles A. Peterson, of
l'.lue Kurth county, Minnesota; Kev.
J S. Mixou officiating.
On November J.4th Dr. W. S.
Walker sold 24 bales of I'etican cot
ton. The ?4 bales in the seed weigh
ed :i ,;;, an average of 1,231 lbs. to
the hale. In the lint the 24 bales
weighed 12,524 lbs., an average of
,VJ; lbs. to the bale. This is certain
ly a very tine yield. He has some of
uW seed for sale. See advertise
ment in another column.
Mr. Melvin Hinson, a young man
living in the Northern part of the
city, formerly an employ in the ma
chine shops of Messrs. Dewey Bros,
died yesterday morning after a pain
t'dl illness of several weeks. About
six weeks ago he had a surgical oper
ation performed removing a small
wen or tumor from the back of his
hand, he at once was taken with
rlu nmatism and has gradually grown
worse until death relieved his suffer
ing. We learn that the doctors say
he died of blood poison.
We learn that a certain Goldsboro
man has returned from a visit to Mr.
Cleveland's "pie distributor" for
North Carolina', and rumor has it
flut he is not feeling as calm as he
might have felt had he not been told
that Mr. Carrol is the coming man
for Marshai. We do not know how
much work Mr. Carro1! did in the
last campaign to merit the appoint
meiit, but the other fellow done about
considerable to our certain kr.owl
edge. But you know Carroll deserves
"Hiite a chunk of pie for coining the
term "Mary Ann."
To convince the farmer that a ten
cent piece, for which he had to give
one and one half pounds of cotton
is worth as much, and go as far in
'leu paying as tpe twenty or twenty
five cents flat he used to. get for the
same quantity of cotton; you must
let him see it work that way when
he goes to pay the salaries of super
liitendent and teachers of our
public schools, mayors of cities and
other public officials, until you can
convince him wif,h a practipal dem
:H'. ration of thi3 fact, it is reason
iit'le that he should remain some
what dubious about the matter.
Oi.r H anil red and Forty-four Wrecks.
A terrible cyclone off the coast of
England and France on last Monday
wrecked 144 ships. This is the
heaviest record, of wrecks in the
grid's history jn one Jay. Much
damage was also done on land,
m,. need ever fear to take The
Caucasian from the office. You will
ver get a bill for it. If it is sent
toJQu. take it and read it, some
t( has paid, for it for you. The
AL( asian is strictly cash in ad
VaQ,,e, and when the time paid for
eipires the paper will stop.
OLD AND THE NEW
he old Ljemocracy was opposed.
1 tior;al Banks and internal Rev-
ue, and demanded the free coinage
tf Silver. Modern Democracy is
ftwned by the Banks, has fastened
D'ernal Ievenve tipon the country
HWanently, and has declaren fcr
8 ia wonometalism. Virginia Sun.
VANCE WAS ENDORSED AND HE WAS
REPUDIATED By A Citizen' Mt-etlug MU Own County
t Maul and Kraio! vt-ry unr I
Wh Votfd for Silr Kt-.olutloii ita ,
HrioWn of "(iidmn'ii Kan, I."
In last issue we referred to the cit
izens' meeting held at Jackson, the
county seat of Northampton county,
where resolutions were passed endors
ing Vance, and ethers who had stood
by the people and for free silver;
and indirectly condemning itansom
by saying nothing about him. The
following are the resolutions in full:
Tteaolve, I. That we cordially and
heartily approve and endorse the
course of those Senators and mem
bers of the House of Kepresetatives,
be they from the North, Kast, South
or West, who opposed the uncondi
tional repeal of the purchasing
clause of the Sherman act.
2. That we are truly triad that our
patriotic and able Senator Vance
and seven of the nine Representa
tives from North Carolina voted
against the repeal. For so doing
they deserve and have our indorse
ment and approbation.
.. that we need and want more
money and, silver as a part of that
4. That the silver dollar helns to
keep the gold dolla r "honest monev."
by preventing ruinous appreciations
of the gold dollar, and by tending to
prevent tne monopoly and "corner
ing" of basic money,
o. lhat we are in favor of tha
coinage of silver and gold at the
proper ratio lixed by Congress. And
we demand that silver as well as
gold shall be a full and complete le
gal tender in the payment of all
debts of all sorts.
G. That we haye been taught by
our farmers and by our party plat
forms and by the history of our
country, and we believe it to be true,
that gold and silver coin is constitu
tional money. We know that the
States, by the surrender of their
powers in the adoption of the Con
stitution, can make nothing else
basic money or legal tenderj and we
firialy believe that Congress cannot
rightfully and constitutionally pre
vent either from being basic money
or legal tender. We also believe
and hold that, whilst the States can
not do so, Coogress may make basic
money of legal tender of paper or
commodities other than gold and sil
ver, but cannot delegate that power
to individuals, banks or other corpor
ations. 7. That we deem the monopoly of
money the most dangerous and m-
urious of all kinds of monopoly;
and that it tends to monopolize all
the wealth of the world into the
hands of the few, and to pauperize.
paralyze, oppress and degrade man
8. That we believe that Carlisle,
the present Secretary of the Treas
ury, was right when he said, in the
House of Representatives, Febuary
21, 1878 that "The consummation of
the demonetization of silver would
ultimately entail more misery upon
the human race than all the wars,
pestilences and famines that ever
occurred in the history of the world;"
and that Senator Mills, of Texas,
was right when he said, in the
House, on Febuary 3. 18S0, that
"This demonetization of silver comes
from the cold, phlegmatic, marble
heart of avarice a vai ice that seeks
to paralize labor, increase the bur
den of debt and nil the laud with
destitution and suffering, to gratify
the lust for gold."
9. That we demand the gold and
silver coinage of the Constitution.
10. W e know not how to retreat
from this position. We have sup
ported it by our platforms and votes
and advocacy too long to retreat.
We hope and believe that the friends
of silver will, in the next political
campaign, beat a-charge and make
a charge that will cause every pat
riot West and South of the Delaware
river to fall into line.
Some one has sent us a copy of
The Patron and Gleaner," a paper
published by Mr. A. J. Connor, in
Northampton county, which gives a
full account of the proceedings. It
states that the meeting was not a
partisan one, but a representative
citizens meeting, made up of men of
all political parties. It says that the
meeting was very large, aud was
called to order by Mr. B. S. Gay,
who is chairman of the county Dem
ocratic executive committep. Mr.
A. E. Peele acted as secretary. The
committee on resolutions was Messrs.
J. G. L. Crocker, W. W. Peebles, Dr.
II. II. Stancil and others, who draft
ed and wrote the above resolutions.
A number of citizens spoke in favor
of the resolutions. Senator Ransom,
(who heard of the meeting), was pre
sent to defend his course and to pro
test against the passage of the reso
lutions. He made (we suppose), an
other one of "the greatest efforts of
his life." But the report says that
he "got mad" and lost'his heaiwhen
the opposition was cheered and he
was not. It is reported that he arose
and rebuked the audience, by saying
that he -'did not expect any better
from members of Gideon's Hand."
The Patron and Gleaner in an ed
itorial tries to apologize for the lan
guage and conduct of the Senator,
and expresses great regret that he
lost his head and used harsh and un
just language. Capt 1. W. Mason
was present, ana maae a speecn ass-
ing the people not to pass the resolu
tions; but they were passed by a good
A private letter informs us that
the Senator and his friends rallied
and held all of their force at the
meeting, and then tried to kill time
until it would be so late that the
farmers would have to leave and go
home before a vqte was taken. The
reports say tht they did supceed in
postponing a vote util nearly night,
and that a large number had left
But in spite of this the resolutions
bv a bis maioritv. The
neoDle are at last pulling the mask
off of the oily tongued hypocrite, and
when the full truth is known he will
be branded by the people as a traitor
to his his State and its interests.
REFORM PRESS RECRUITS.
M oor. villr Toller.
We welcome to our desk this week
"The Carolina Toiler," publiihed at
Mooresville, X. C, by Mr. A. J. j
Hanier. '1 he first i&isne is dated I
Nov ICth, 1893. It is all home
print, very readable and creditable to
its editor. It is a seven column week
ly. Milton Chroni, It.
We also welcome "The Chronicle,"
published at Milton, N. C, by Mr.
M. I j. King. The paper has already
been published several weeks, but
this is the first copy that we hate re
ceived. The paper is independent
u clitics, but it editor has the
true ring about him. We hope to
see forty or Jifty of just such papers
started in the State before the next
campaign opens. Nothing is indic
ative of the growth and future suc
cess of the reform cause more than
the springing up of local papers all
over the State. Ihe Caucasian
or. li .1. ..M : , i ii
Will UO all it can to encnuracrp theKe
Tinners. m in MCAiiwtro iho liM.fr h I
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ren elsewhere to start similar ones.
I here are a number of improve-
ments of various kinds going on in
the city just now. In fact Goldsboro
is all right anyway, and is on a boom,
but as usual we have a lot of calami-
ty howlers who are constantly growl-
ing about hard times, and complain-
ing of having nothing to do. This
class can find plenty of work to do,
but they had rather loaf around and
complain of the stringency of the
times. The city would be better off
without them. Goldsboro Argus,
Nov. 18th, 1893.
Wre do not know who wrote the
above. We think it hardly likely
that the editor did. Some one who
is filling the editor's chair tempora
rily while Joe is off on a bridal tour
no doubt, but whoever did should
apply for a patent on lying, for he
knows that it is a lie out of the
whole cloth. There is scarcely anv
work going on in the city, no build
ings saye one or two, and on the very
day the above article was written the
Goldsboro Lumber Company shut
down, we learn for the want of or
ders, and there are about seventy-five
men out of work as a result of that
shut down. We suppose this writer
would have you to nndei stand that
they are loafers, and had rather idle
than to work. And again the arti-
uie is caiuuiateu 10 uo uarui. vne
i : i..i .i..i i i t...i
at a distance seeing the paper would
conclude tliat as uolusltoro was on a
boom it would be a good place to
come to, and as a natural consequ-
&nSa urMill mill nn r 1 .1 i.n a (- i- i .
a i u- i iu i. i.i
to nnu himself without work to be.
called a loafer by such ignoramouses
as the writer of the above-,
dedicated to the statksmej. of the period,
Many a day lm dawned and died,
VV r.orequeim's bet.ii sung hy Pqtomao's
bier has been bathed in a nation's
And wrapped in a nation's hopes and
Since Tom Moore wrote with caustic satire;
Oi asiuiigton s savannah's, ana Wash
When he charged our nation with being
Of the motly dregs, or even worse,
"Which Euroje shakes off from her pertur
In full malignity to rankle here-"
Which ju.stlv raised a nation's ire
And condemned him in boldest words of
For in thqse days our chief was bold.
And made ho sacrifice of his soul,
For personal pelf, or a nation's applause;
But fought for his country and his coun-
vtnen iie ieu his braver than Sparten
Through suas of blood to the promised
When our nation in the cradle of infan-
Bathed in blood on each natal day;
When our statesmen each; was a warrior
Aiding his chief sorao new victory to en
A d placed his hopes, his life, hisa.l,
Upon the altar ot his country at his coun
But ah, Tom Moore, had you lived till to
And seen our statesmen in bold array,
The House is enlarged, the nuzbets in(-
Among so many there must be some
Who, in their struggle for fortune and
Sink the objects of a statesman, for a
'heeler s ' aim.
f anv of our statesmen of the present day
Are not made of more than ordinary clay,
Patronage and plums, received on account
Thrive to their relatives, to the shame
of teir station,
of the nation. ' '
Nepotism, distasteful, unknown to Tom
Is strengthening its hold like a cankering
In the iron age, each line of our history, was
With high deeds of honor, and bearing
contests for the rieht.
The best men were chosen, and merit made
the nation s laws:
Now, the jingle of the guinea is prime,
mover in the cause. ' I
And the chief ambition of our statesmen's
Is voting men, in blocks of fives.
Eleven decades have past since the natiqn's
In soil, and in sinew we have had no
eoiial oli eart!h.
In the natural course of events it comes to
That the iron age proceeds the age of
We hd a Washington, a Jefferson, a Jack-
son and iay,
W.Arnd'aRansonv a Dud-
fcitirtH a K-inonm a 1 liiri I
" J "
Hexcules beat down all opposition and his
oDiecxs am aam,;
Until the shirt of .old Xesssus put
quietus louia aim,
Let political kadars read a lesson from this
Thev're nqt chosten by the people for their
own greed and glory.
Qood people are disgusted with the way
And the first thing the leaders know the
people'll go gunning.
And it wont be for ducks.
The scarcity of money brought the
People's party into existence-News
& Observer. tt.
""rSt-JshhO. Tjny back to their old home
on the farm m 'ir community.
toHMiHMoM K uivst KKrwRT j - McCuHin was in Wil -
mauk Fl BLIC. mingtoD a few days last week.
Uhciue Frr.M-il t tbU Timr KukUii.I '
in lo Kcliinl I lit- S :-'.
When Secretary of State Gresham !
made public his iusf ructions (by oi-:
5 the Vrd to Mi,ter j
nuns w nave me laie queen oi me
Hawaiian Islands restored to her j livered an interesting and in.truct
throne, he argued his case aud madej ive lecture to the Sunday School at
nis cause plausible. lut now the '
other side of the situation is coming
to light. It seems that no wrong had
been done the oueeu bv the I'nited I
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iuai it wan uic iwoiue oi tne lsianu
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and set up the 1 rovisional dovtrn-
ment witn i'resiuent Uole at it
head. It seeni3 that the queen is a
coarse and licentious and tyrannical
creature, and was running the gov
eminent in disregard of the laws
and interests of the Island. Miuis-
ter Blount's report on the situation
has just been made public and while
it is evidently a biased statement,
yet it does not justify the course of
President Cleveland iu trying to re
store the queen, and that, too, as it
Peems to be against the wishes of the
MINISTEK A. S. WILLIS.
It now turng out that England
and Claus Speckles, the sugar king
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fit r hp I smnrl
are anxious to have
the queen restored. It seems that
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she has been a tool
in their hands.
Ta if. nnsK.hlft fbsii. flip President, is
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influenced by their wishes f
And just here, it may be asked,
why is this affair being so maguiued
Nust MOwr by the administration? it
could and should have been settled
one way or the other before. We
suppose Cleveland is using it to draw
the attention of the people from the
actien of congress, in selling out to
the gQ. d bugg
Minister Willis is now in llonolu
lu but has as yet taken no definite
THE DEADLY PAKALLED.
I undertake to affirm, without fear
of contradiction, that a paper issued
by the Government with the simple
promise to receive it for all dues,
would be as nniform in its value as
the metals themselves John C. Cal
"Our Qovernment connat make
its ttat equivalent to intrinsic vame
nor keep inferior money by its own
independent efforts, nor is it iusti-
fled in permitting an exaggerated
and unreasonably reliance on our
national strength and ability to jeo
pardize the soundness of the people's
money. Grover Cleveland, pluto
THE NATIONAL FARMERS' ALLIANCE
AND INDlTTRIAL UNION.
President H- L.
Goldsboro N. C.
Secretary-Treasurer Col. D. P.
Duncan, Columbia, S. C.
Lecturer Ben Terrell, Seguin,
H. L. Loucks, Chairman; L, Leo
nar'd, Mt. Leonard, Missouri; I. E
Dean. Honeoye Falls. New 1 ork; H
C. Demming, Secretary, Harrisbarg,
R. A. South worth, Denver, Colo
R. W. Beck, Alabama.
M. D. Davie, Kentucky.
NORTH CAROLINA FARMERS STATE
President J. M. Mewborne, Kin-
Secretary-1 reasurer W . b. liar
Leoturei- Cyrus lhompson, Rich
J. T. B. Hoo-
ver, Elm City.
i Door Keener Geo
A T V TT V
6eargeanv-at-Arm,s U . X. Aanu-
i cock, ureensporQ.
a &ite Business Agent W. H.
I Wnvtl "Rnlrrli
1 Trnetoo Kiieinoac crani'V h linn
W. A. Grantham, Machpelah.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OP THE XORTH
CAROLINA EARMERS' STATE ALLIANCE.
Marion Butler, Goldsboro; J. J.
Long, Eoka; A. F. Hileman, Con
STATE ALLIANCE JUDICIARY COM-
r j k -n w?lt.evl"e' onn
Brady, Gatesville: John Graham,
Sampson County News.
The farmers of this section ar
j about through harvesting their crops.
N e are glad to welcome Mrs. Clute
e are glad to wt lcorne to our j
nomes Mr. II. II. Brut and familv.
Who for fllH luwt tl.r.-. , .... I......
en in Ceorgiaund Florida
" " V Vlli I 1 Itl II. kit
r .1. is. j
Miss Josie Carroll opened the pub-1
ic school at ak Hill Academv on I
Mr. W. ;. Kacklev of Clinton
ilermon on last Sundav. Mr. Hack
ley is an earnest Sunday School
worker and we hope to have him
with us at?ain in the nr future
voru ana iioiatoes are reoorte,!
t . i .
.!vm - OTl,iin thi, ...-.;.. ti,.
. r - . v x i i 1 1 1 i jii i in
ton crop was at least one-third short.
What is the matcer with most of
your Township oorre espondt-nts ?
We like to hear from every town
ship. Mr. II. A. Cooper left last week to
take charge of a school in Harnett
county. Mr. Cooper is a model
young man; we hope him deserved
Miss Hosie oper closed a four
months school at Miry Branch, near
Clement, last week and returned
Miss Xina Boweu of Pender, who
has been visiting in this section, re
turned home last week.
Salem High School is on a boom.
Theie are about seventy pupils on
the roll and new ones coming in ev
ery week. Messrs. Howard and Par
ker have gone to work, not only to
build up the best school in the coun
ty, but equal to any High School in
the State. Mr. l'aiker is erecting a
large dwelling near the school house.
Mr. Howard is also preparing to put
up a dwelling near by. The trustees
of the school are making prepara
tion to erect a new school building.
Success to The Caucasian' aud its
noble Editor. C. E. S.
Mr. H. J. Goodrich has been visit
ing lelatives at Godwins Station,
Miss Ida Bullard is teaching school
at Hayne Academy.
Mrs. Lizzie Bennett aud children
of Clinton, have been visiting her
aged father aud mother in this vicin-
The attendance at the Autryville
Institute is much larger now than
before crops were stored away, there
being 45 pupils now in attendance.
Rev. Mr. Coleman, of Louisville,
Ky., pieached a very interesting and
instructive sermon at Bethel Metho
dist church, on the 12th inst,
W. F. S.
The negro robber who has been
causing so much excitement in the
region round about Fayetteville, has
been captured and sentenced to ten
years in the State penitentiary.
Mr. J. ft. Reynolds of Ora, is teach
ing the public school near Dismal P.
Mr. Ed. Branch is visiting in this
locality. He hails from Ora, N, C.
Died at the insane asylum in Ra
leigh, on the Hth inst., Mrs. Wesley
Autry of Dismal township. Her
mind had been deranged for several
months caused, it is thought, by dis
ease. She leaves a husband and two
children, who have the heartfelt
sympathy of the entire neighborhood.
Her body was brought home and bur
ied at the expense of her devoted
husband. E. R. H.
Miss Romeiia b, Highsmith of Me
' Daniels, has been visiting friends in
this section. She was accompanied
on her return by Mrs. A. C. Rackley
The Cape Fear Free Will Baptist
Conference convened at Shady Grove
last week with, quite a large crowd
Miss M. Lee and Miss Etta Bare
foot of McKoy, have been visiting
Mrs. Jesse Wilson.
Mr. E. R. Wilson will open his
school in distiict ?w. 2ti, next Mon
day. T. L. N
Mr Wm. Green of this owuship,is
the owner of a noted cow. Said cow
is the of seventeen calves, ten o
which are heifers. The youngest calf
is several months old and the cow is
still a cood milker.
Miss Agnes Partriek is visiting
friends in Onslow.
Judge E. T. Boykin and bride are
in town for a few da.ya:
Rev. M,r. Gtibble filled his regular
appointment at St, Pauls church
Sunday morning and evening.
Miss Nettie Barnes, the music
teacher at Belvoir, was visiting Miss
Mabel Culbreth Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. Jerry Pearsall has bought Mi.
Jno. A. Beaman's residence on Mc
Ioy street, where he and his family
will reside after January.
Rev. Mr. Oakes, the Irish evange
list, reached Clinton Tuesday night
and began his serie3 of sermons at
1 the Methodist church last night.
Mr. Dr. Bovette was visiting tt:
; Faiaon'a laat week.
Miss Anna Bizzell, of Wallam is
j in town thi week.
We rezret to learn that Mrs. T. B.
I rce, of Duplin. i,ery sick. j
; Her many friend will be glad to
; know that Mis Annie Clute has re-
i turned f mm Vir nnU
The I"n ion priyT nuttings piv-:
i 1,nU1SrV l
rifj of inet-ting by
! hVl4t,f f 1 ak 'Hj
Messrs. D. M. Prince aud C, 1'. ,
Wilson ere in Kaleiirh lat Satur-i
day to witness the pune of foot kill !
between the " ar.-itv" and Wake!
The continual falling off in the
price of eotton is t tainh ditcour
aging to the fanner. What has In
come of M r. Cleveland 'f Where U
the 'Tighter of all wrougs r"
Mr. M. C. Richardson is in Golds
boro aud Smithlield this week on
professional business. He will aiso
take in the Supreme court at Hal
eigh before his return.
We are requested to stat- that
there will be no cotton bought ou
Thanksgiviug, the ItOth. Farmers
will do well to remember this, and
not bring cotton to Clintwn on that
We were pleased to see Mr. II. II.
iritt on the streets last week. He
and family have recently returned
from Live Oak, Florida, where tliev
lave been living since they left Clin
ton about three years ago.
(Juite a number of fanners re
sponded to the call signed "Fanners,"
h'ch appeared in The Caucasian
of Xov. ;tth. After some discussion
among themselves, they derided to
)ostpone action, whatever it might
It seems that Clinton is a splendid
place for trade. We seldom pass by
he store doors of those who adver
tise in The Ca l casian and find
them idle. A warning: if you don't
want to sell your goods, you had
better not advertise them in The
It was stated iu the South Clinton
terns last week that seventeen factory
girls made 00,000 dishes in one
week. This was an error, and should
:iave read 60,000 dishes made one
ay. By working nine hours, or 540
minutes, each girl made 3,529 dishes,
which was about twenty dishes made
every three minutes. That was do-
Numbers of our subscribers have
called, settled their back dues and
advanced a dollar tor next year's
subscription, while others have ar
ranged for that which is past due,
and renewed for next year. Now
this is what we want every one to
do. We offer to tote fair with every
one- Only a few more davs till
December. If you haven't already
called to see us, be sure to do so
within the next few days.
For some time past vye have had
only one train a day, and when on
time, that one c;mes at 8.25 p. m I
Under such arrangement, the mail
was ready for distribution any where
rom nine to ten o'clock, according
to the amount of mail brought. This
was thought to be an outrage, and
indeed it is inconvenient, to say the
east. But now conies the news that
we are to be worsted, instead of bet
tered. After the 3rd day of Dec.
the train will arrive at Clinton just
two hours later, making it 10.25, p.
in., while the time of leaving h the
morning is two liour vher. Ye
desist comment the above, further
than to, say that this new schedule is
abominable, and is an insult to the
business men of this town and the
We suppose the tariff is not rob-
bins the people much now. We nev-
er hear anything about it. tf.
Cotton, (middling) -. .
7 a 71
Lard , 13 to, U
Fodder, tW a 5
Corn, , , , , 50 a W
Meal; HO a 5
Peas . . . , , i 40 a 50
Peanuts, 50 a SO
Efjgs 15 aPJ
Chicitens, 20 a25
Beeswax 20 a22
Potatoes. . , , 35 to .Yi
(lieporteil by C. P. Johnson.)
Bacon, . i
40 a 50
4o a 50
11 a 13
15 a 20
18 a 22
20 a 25
13 a 14
00 a 00
3 00 aS 50
Spirits Turpentine, quiet. 2Ti
Strained Rosin, firm, 80
Good Strained, 8.5
Tar, steady, "l m
Turpentine, (crude) firm, hard, 1 00
Yellow Dip 1 05
Virgin, 1 fX
A colored pbilo!ophr down oufh
j l reported to Lti id. "Life- my
i breddru, am tnoVlr made up of
! prayin'for rain and then wisbin' it
! wouid cl'r off-"
of litd mamifAtftirert
5 tin&4rri Jmcc.M of
is one o" strwq
The JASt of tkU
Success is jf (orVoiifC
IS afTTER Shofhnt'ng for
ALL coo'rtg frurfiosts
AasCVf fcefore been.
tht objectiontbl Ftturt
mcf ueruaS' Connected.
exjbaino Ms Success.
Im itations tu certify ft
Value of tAe jjenu'm,
nadte onfy by
N. K. FAIRIIANK & CO.,
CHICAGO and ST. 10CIS.
FOR SAI.K OK K( ll.WGi:.
I hae l.otMl bushels of "IVti.'jin
Cotton" .seed, which I w.ll or I
will exchange them for two buhds
of ordinarv seed. jt;iml! of
this cotton in the seed will nuke 'ry
pounds of lint cotton. It will pay
everv one to jdaut this cotton.
W. S. WALKKK,
Nov. .':-it. CoVls! oro, N. C.
BLAI.VES HAM)! .11 AM A L OF I SE-
ful information and Atlas of the
World is a book just issued from the
press, over 50u pages and One M il
lion Facts' worth knowing. J 1 1 r
than a year's schooling for the t oys
and girls No one can i.tlmd to be
without this volume of information.
Postpaid by mail for oiic. in coin,
(securely wrapped) or Msal note.
Address all orders to J. F. I.'i k, I.
b Box I, Littleton, N. C.
1. tin wirnplfwt nml mnst fxsp
tH t Stll-hf gulatlng Incubatot
mii the iiKirki t. ami we inanu
lai tun- tli only wll-rojculat
iuv l!nnii-r in Amcric.
Cin'ularw froe. AiMmi
CEO. W. MURPHY & CO
either liui'le .ir yl'INi Y.
double tray. - . ... , in a.',...) . n.
IU4 Krcl rio nral-t J htehirr utavt.
Foi sale a large lot of $1.00 Urick,
as good as any for inside work, Tns
offer for the month of November
only. II, LtiliANT,
Coldsboro I'.rk'k and Tile Works,
A line chestnut Horse, H years old.
The one 1 h:ive driving for two
years, licaun ror selling have an
other and do not wish to keep two.
A bargain for some one.
II. L. CHANT.
Nov. 2-1 m. (ioldshoio, N. ('.
j In order to meet the continued
stringency of the timessince eo-
ple will be sick when money is scarce,
as well as when it is plentiful, I have
made a Sweeping deduction in all
Standard Patent Medicines!
I handle all the proprietary Pat
ent Medicines and jiopular .Specifics
and am selling the bottles heretofore
! sold ana now sold els where at j 1,
j rnn 0C PCUTC niCU
run oj ulimo ORon.
SPHER S 1KI; STORE,
Wst Outre St.,
;olhbor, . r.
t-"Ve also keen everything usu
ally found i'.t a First-class Drug
Store, v , I Nov. 2-tf.
GO IN (I TO ItUY
A PIANO OR mB
e - - - P'
Iief ore doing so write to' me. i It
will cost you but a moment of time,
and may Save you many dollars.
Having biei in the music business
twenty years, I have handled and
examined instruments made by al
most every factory in the United
States, and some from Europe. Even
if you do not buy from me I may w
able to give vou some valuable points,
... . 6 '. . 1
irneuie. j ours iruiv,
J. S. LE.W1UD,
EKF0UM AT THE NORTH.
I'rojf rMiI v KariiH-r,
National organ of the F. M. Ii. A.,
and leadinir reform paper of lhe:
Corn btates, 18 aaxiOUS tO talk With
oor friends in the Svnntli Vor thin
our inenus in me rxULii. ror mis
purpose it Will at present be Sent,
Eight Weeks for 10 Cents.
Wre are now publishing a series of
able speeches each of which is worth
the money. The North and South
i must get together,
7251 THE I'KOG. FARMER,
Mt Vernon, Illinois.
We take thi method of informing
our friend and the publie frnerally
that we hve on hand nd will krtp
a full Hue of
DRV COODS. CKOCKKIKS. IHHTS
SHoKS. HATS. TINWAKK,
CHOCK KRA'. AC..
All of whirh wf offer, at the very
We mill nt underitold by any
one. With tlone wh have traded
with u . nel no further rrom
luendatitm. Thoe who hav not
shou'd t our price U fore buyinp.
A. J. Harreil & Son,
Walnut Street, at the Centen
nial Pump. I
ioldlro, N. V,
S.-j.t. JS tf.
KVKRV .MAN T( His PiST.
FLHOW TO F.LlHnV,
lUU'l.DFi: TO SHOFLDKI
To TIIK WJIFF.L
Shfiiid le the wutt h-uord of the
i hi: pt((u.Ri:sMti: niniKR.
i iiocorciii.Y TF.stf.D,
ALWAYS FAITH FIT I
The citlv .-ill hoiiie print 4S col-
uiiiii ;ip i iii the State for l.tK at
ai. 1 j o'dehi lit form and Alli-
aiue pajKT ea.t of the .MMHSippi.
In ;, h;tti and u hard tighter for
the Alliance ami the ratine of re-
foiin. It -Itoulii jo ngularlv to
eer iHune iu .N. ( .. hihI everv rv-
fonin-1 hhould ht that all hid neigh
boin Nike it. Valuable premiums
given to woikers, stit h as wagoim.
sewing mat limes, tx.c l r particu
lars or sample copy write
Tin: piMHjuicssivK fakmkr,
Uah iuh, N. V.
ANl ,lOU WORK.
Notic. sof I'ublie Sixakins, Alli
ance Rallies and Picnies. Tax No
tices, or any kind of Poster Woik,
size 11 x ll! Inches on Colored or
White Papei ,
.101) l,v Kxj.ress for $i.A.
."(t0 by Ivxpress for LoO,
200 l,y Mail Post Paid for $1.10.
S k x i Cash With Okikk to
CAUCASIAN .HMl OFFICE.
(iohlsboro, N. C.
Send us ah vur orders for Job
The Cosmopolitan Manage
HUTU FORMAT) A YKAK!
The Oreat Illustrated Monthlies
have in the past sold for $4.00 a year.
It was a wonder to printers how The
Cosmopolitan, with its yearly 1536
pages of reading matter by th irreat-
est writers of the world, and ittt 1200
illustrations by clever artists, could
be furnished for $IJ.0O a year. It
January last it put in the most per
fect magazine printing plant in the
world, and now comes what in really
a wonder :
WE WILL CUT THE PRICE OF
TIIK MACAZINK IN HALF
Think of it, 128 page of reading
matter, with over 120 illustrations
a volume that would sell in cloth
binding at $1.00
FOR ONLY 124 CENTS.
We will send you The Cosmopoli
tan Magazine, which has the strong
est staff of regular eontributoni of
any existing periodical, and Thk
Weekly Caucasian, both for only
$2.2. a vear-
IS IN TOUR OWN HAND.
Palmistry Men me to tell whtU tfaa line tn your
hkud ludicBte. It will muH 70a, it notbiiiK mora.
Tbe atrave dicnrn almont ezplina iuelr. Tb
length of the LINE OF LIFK iodkatea probabl
t'e to which 70a will live. Each BRACELET
give too thirty rears. Well-marked LIRE Of
HEAD denote brain power; dear LINE OP
riJHJUS E, fame or ricbea. Both combined mean
mtcceita In life ; bnt yoa mart keep ep with modern
idea to win ft. Yoa will tad plenty e these in
LtenioreM'a Family Maeazine. ao attractlTely prs-
ent-d Hint every eniber of the family ia enter-
t".1- Ll LI5.dL,S' DV:',1M 'n OB- a clear
LIN K OF HEAKT bri peak tendernaat; a alraiirbt
LINK OF FATE, peaceful life: the reverae if
erooked. A well-defined LINK OP HEALTH
Kparea yoa doctors' bills ; so wtt! tbe beaith hlota
in Demoren's. No other magazine pabliahea so
many urio to Interest tbe home circle. Yoa will
be dbjecl to extremes of fclpfc spirits or despond
ency if yoa have tbe GIRDLE OP VENUS well
marked; keep op your spirits by having Detnorest's
Magazine to read. By subscribing to It far UM
yoa will receive a smllery of exquUits works of art
of srreat valoe, besides tne snpero premtnm picture,
17z2iivebes, " I'm a Dairy" which ta almost a real
hahy, and equal to the original oil painting which
com $90; and yoa will have a magazine that cannot
he equaled by any in the world for ita beawifal
illustrations ant subject matter, that will keep
fis, and different items of interest abot th
yoa posted on all the topics of the day, ana ail tn
matter. both grave and gay. for tbe whole family ;
"1 while Demorest's Is not a fashion magazine,
. it.,h,. .ni n. t.uk it!
free of cost, all the patterns ytm wfrh to use dartntf
yoar subscriptioa st once, only $3.00. sad tow will
really get over 2S 00 in value. Address Ut pnb
llsher. W. Jennings Demorest. IS East 14Ui SC.
New York. If yoa are ananqnalnted with tbe
Magazine, send fora specimen copy. A larfeOUAIV
RANG LB means honesty a lares TRIANGLE,
fenerosity: lone FIRST DIVISION OP THUMB,
strong will ; LONG SECOND TJIVIBIOH. season
ing faculty. The MOUNT OP jrUPITKK betoken
ambition; that of SATURN, prudence : the RUN.
love of splendor; MARS, con rags; MOON, lmfto
tion; VENUS, iove of pleasure; mkIMERCURT.
Intelligence. Take our r4vic as above and yoa
will be sare-to possess tbe but and moatTataabia
o.ollty. , - t
trx 1 V V'lH
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