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Nov. 5, 1896, edition 1 /
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5 -Pattern Department-
Th CircAMi has made special ar
rangements vrilh the publishers f the
moC tyiih, accurate and per fee t
ffttinir paper patterns that are wade,
bj which we fan present to our laay
.Ur all of the Terr newest ami
r.hoice-t pattern- of garment- for J.v
dim, mie and children ft r 10 cents.
Full and eiplicit direction fvr tot
Un a together th (fanner. t accompany
cacti pattern. Th-e description and
tha pattern tl.em-elve have many
novel and practical leaiore pre.-rit-d
by no other pattern made and which
render them a alinpie fr the home
worker an fur thv professional dren
maker. AddreM all communication
to the Pattern Iiepartir.ent, Tins Ct
CAMtft. . ,
You must use the coupon printed
below (which i our order on the psib
linber), otherwise the pattern v. ill
rout you 2 cent.
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Malrl!i Tot V U'.r Ot-wc. j
Tor the winter wardrobe all -bAoes,
of brown, clear dark green, nary and
grayish blue, clear pray, net a steely
ha4,ar.d rrddih violet are suitable
for t lie st reet' write Emm M. Hooper
in the November Ladies' HomeJotir
ral. "IJlack i alat very fashionable
in f moot h and roujeh j?oods for street
cof times. AroonK tLe latter are Jlag
lih and rraTtnett (waterproof)
sres In large and email ccrd at one
to two dollar a yard; eilk-warp Ea
Cr.n from a dollar and a Lai up;
:hcviof.-nnih:d tTgm it out a dollar;
mohair figured pooC iroui a dollar
and a 'joarur, and plain mohairs from
neventj -fire rent. All of tLe ooO
are of double width, and eight yards
form the usual drefa pattern, la col
ored good the plain Indie cloths are
worn airaio. ana u;ee enoum ie
iipond bttcre making them op to
prevent snottinz. 'Xhe merchant aell-
it to the city where professional do
the fpongin;; for about fifty cents a
dr m and retain the trlos aa no one
else can. Ladies' cloth, like velvtr,
should be made up all one way of the
cloth or the piece will fchade diifer-
curls of hair will be (selected Jor visit
ing and church wear, making them up
with velvet or Mam cloth accessories
rtiJk and wool mixture require velvet
or f.ilk combination, and are foiidd
from a dullar ups though they are not
to be recommended under a dollar and
a half a janl. '1 he rough (rood are
literally of all i.ricta, commencing
with domestic fahrii at seventy-Cve
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.
bcminm vvcaKness ana xuai uzmuty
of tknS w tj baa. s1m ta U kr. cas4 tM 4 fa
toJ. crt4 for Wt a ttoy Kjmk. rmton mtxmti
X Una. SOTCT.C08IO; & OieW. 1 U for of frtirf tWseowt iH
v I 4t-6 e U eifamv etasaaca psodiar ( yoar ex, a
Wiulioj yor cwa hese wiUtwit lastruracou Kfcn cared b-Cio
One4 ctve mief ;( Ae nam
r.... .w Mn fa JoSnu our to tMiQ4 to tk pts.. Ss4 saumeei of -f-f
K-0 i h-X 2 fox Wo-rxo : rx a for Siia D-je-s j o. for OUrra
J 223 So.
DR. HATHAWAY & CO.
ji (i ,jM i-rri TiiMir -ir
a . a , v y - -
-a : i ently. .Seven yarda of cloth is a
i. pattern. Koiigh boucle fabric li
K 7 "5 .'
It a :
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Very many hlceves of dressy vvists
re rui:ked lrom the wri-it to williin a
linger'ts length of the shoulder. The
arrangemtiit of the top i entirely ac
cordinto the whim of the wearer or
maker, and varies infinitely. This
rucking, which has been compared to
a wrinkled moupijuetaire wailormerly
arranged by cutting the outside longer
than Hie lining and wrinkling 16 upon
It ; but now the lining and outside are
cut th eauie length arid the sleeve is
pushed up on the arm in wrinkles.
The top pull' i usually of very irregu
lar form, and greatly moderated in
sir'. The prettiest are thoae that are
cut in one with the rest of the sleeve,
and ti e fullnesa is adjusted a is most
bec oming either drawn up quite high,
so that it fieeins to form overlapping
pull's and falls forward and back of
the arm more than on top, or plaited
up from the sides to throw all ttie full
ness on top line an epauiet. v nere
two fabrics are tiacd in a gown, often
bath are seen in the fcleeve, the richer
one, usually, forming the drapery.
From ' -Review of Fashions," in lem
( rests Magazine lor November.
illustrated from photographs pe:ially ;
made for the purpose. The second'
part of the late George da ?Jaurier'
new novel, '-The Martian," will be
given, and will continue the5 delight
ful picture of schoolboy life in l'aris a
generation ago, with the story opens.
The autobiographic value . of this
novel, which expresfely dea's with the
life of a literary genius, and premises
to reveal the eecret of that genius, w ill
be not the ltast of attractions. "First
l'resident of, the United States" will
be the title of Prof esear Wilson's sixth
paper ou Washington, completing this
popular and scholarly life of the
Father of his .Country. The article
will be illustrated by Howard Pyle, a
full pasre picture of Washington and
NelJy Curtis serving a a frontispice
to ti;e nuo-ber. In the '-Literary
Landmarks of Florence" Laurence
llutton will rresent one of thenfost
interesting pnases of one. of the ..most
interesting cities of Europe. Nine il-
lustratiaou by F. V. l)u Hoed will ac
company tlie text. "The Cuckoo3 and
the Outwitted Cowbird," by the late
William Hamilton Gibson, will pre
sent attractively an interesting story
of bird life, with the author's charac
teristic illustrations. J'rof. Trancis
X. Tbrope will contribute a timely
and important 6tudy of American po
The number will be rich ia short
Charles Dudley Warner in the "Ed
itor's Htudy" will discuss some aspects
of the Yellowstone National Park,
and the "Editor's Drawer," introduced
with a eketch by Everett Stanton
Jieall, entitled "Uncle 'Lebenteen'e
Conterbushun to de Ohu'eh," will con
tain a variety of humorous test and
by tie way, has been phenomenally
successful during the past year,
having increased its subscription
list to 150,000 names a clear gam
thing in a
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letter ths plan pursued by wiiich I
was permanently restored to health
aDd manly vigor, after years of Buf
fering from Nervous Wcakneaa, Loss
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I have no scheme to extort money
from any one whomsoever. I was
robbr-d and swindled by quacks un
til I r.early lost faith in mankind,
but thank heaven, I am now well,
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I,tent 1 Ad In StotM:
The fchops are displaying the most
marvelous hose anil of tiie most strik
ingly brilliant hues. To describe all
the uill'ercnt designs would be impos
sible, for they ranjre through snots
and fclripe3 and lloral dusigus to all
kinds oi conventional decorations
Several colors are frequently seen in
one stocking, and nearly all the mod
els have two colors.
They come in delicate cashmere, silk
and li-!e, and are beai.til'ully fchaped,
with close-litting ankle, blender feet
and swelling call. They are very long
and lit to perfection.
The imported Engiioh stock inga in
line cashmeres have embroidered in
steps, in conventional llower figures,
carried out in bright-colored silks.
1 hese are
those done in
very handsome, especially
having yet accepted
in the stocking
1' re rich lancy.
gold or scarlet. The en
is black, the English not
the gay coloring
c-lf, that b:ing a
1011 M, DELINK WAIST.
Sizes for 14 and 1G years.
Dark blue sergj of the broad wale
now no popular, is the fabrio of this
youthful and attractive gown, which
is no simple thst it can he adar'ed to
any use, according to the materials
employed. The wait fastens in the
back, and has a slightly drooping
blouse front. The only trimming is a
generous ue of black satin or velvet
ribbon, which forms the stock collar
and girdle, gives a yoke effect ae.rops
the front and back and bands the
sleeves. All fancy cheviots, tweeds
and novelty goods of Hlk and wool are
suitable fabrics to make by this model,
and for home evening gowns it would
b charming made up in light cash
mere, with bright ribbons.
A special illustration and full direc
tions about the pattern will be found
on the envelope in which it is enclosed.
to Hake IHVtuilcr Wattr.
water may be made at
the following receipt:
Take one ounce of essential oil of lav
ender, one and a half pints of spirits
cfwine, and one drop of musk. Put
all these into a quart bottle and shako
this mixture well for some time. Then
leave it to settle fur a few days, when
it must be shaken again, li should
then be poured into small bottles,
which should be hermetically sealed.
80:i DOUW SKIRT.
Sizes for 12, 11 and 1C years.
An extremely graceful design, hav
ing six gored breadths, llaring widely
at the foot, and fitting easily around
the waist, except in the back, where
the fullness may be gathered. It may
be lined throughout, but should have
no lnerlining or facing. Any of the
popular silk, woolen or cotton fabrics
may be chosen for this mode?, audit
maybe worn with any style of coat,
basque, or waist.
A special illustration and full direc
tions about the pattern will be found
on the envelope in which it is enclosed.
C'uKl Water an-.l IMuu:ia;.
It is more than probable that the
women who long most earnestly for a
more ample lilting or lirra, smooth
llc-fh over the neck aud arms do not
know the eClcacy there is in simple
cold water. It should be applied not
less than twice a day, and if faithfully
adhered to will be found a wonderful
restorer of rounded contours. In the
morning and at night draw a large
basin of cold water and with one hand
daih it lightly and rapidly over the
ortions cf the body which it is desir-
kble to strengthen and improve. Keep
this up about ten minutes, use no
soap, and do not attempt to make a
uatn or it: massage with the hand and
endeavor to draw the blood to the sur-
Good Reading l or Noveuibir,
As the autum evenings grow longer
one naturally turns from the outdoor
pleasures, the evening walk, or ride,
and seeks entertainments indoors,
around the family table and by the
lireside.-For such a purpose one might
go far and find nothing so good a3 the
current November number of Demee-
est's Magazine. '
For variety of interest it certainly
meets every need, as a glance at its
most attractive table of contents will
show : Among the descriptive articles
we see "JJoston l'ubiic .Library," -Liie
in the Tyrolese Mountains," "The
Great; Muir Glacier," and "To the
North Pole by Balloon." In fiction
there is a capital little story by Clin
tonltoss called "The Pretty Wit- of
Captain Paul Jones," the last inriail
ment of Hubert Louis Stevenson's lat
est novel, and "The Saving of the'?"'
by Mary Annable Fantou.
Of general interest are ait exhaus
tive article on v omen as Lawyer.-, oue
of Kate Jordan's sketches of l'aris
Painters and their Models'
graphical account of Ai;Ur I"
ley, and a lively symj -ium f;
dllferent points of vie - ;n "1
irg of the Small Waist."
in "Home Art" are beautiful rat
terns for linen embroidery i-.i.d in
struction in the making of bi:c!:-bark
articles. In "Sanitarian" the cultiva
tion of beauty is discussed. In
"Household" some useful suggestions
are given in an article on "The Model
Hostess." "The World's Progress"
keeps abreast of current topics inter
est. "The World of Letters and Art"
gives interesting bits of information
in its department, and the Fashion
Department is suggestive and well il
lustrated. In addition to this wealth of reading
matter, there are pictures galore on
nearly every page, more than a dozen
full page ones besides all that are ne-r
cessary to fully illustrate every ar
ticle capable of being illustrated.
rr.oFuss party state pl,atfok5i.
The Peoples Tarty platform of North
Carolina, in convention assembled at
Raleigh, on the 13th day of August,
lS'Jo, hereby rearurms its unquancea al
legiance to the principles of the party,
and hereby approves the platform of
the Peoples Party adopted at its Na
tional convention held in toe city oi
St. Louia, July 22nd, 1S9G.
TUB ELKCTIOX LAW.
We hereby reaffirm our fixed de
termination to support and maintain
a free ballot and a fair count in all
elections held in North Carolina; and
the election law passed by the Gen
eral Assembly of 1893 meets our hearty
endorsement and approval; and we
hereby pledge the Peoples Party to the
policy of upholding the principle of
free and honest elections provided for
in said election law, and warn the
voters of the State against the threats
which have been made to repeal tbe
The act of the last General Assem
bly restoring to the right ot local
self government by the election of
their county commissioners and just
ices ' he peace by the vote of the peo-1
p!e in rhe respective counties, and the
safe-guards therein provided, meets
with our hearty approval, and v.e
pledge the Peoples Party to the con
ticui;d support and maintenance of
that legislation, and warn the voters
of the necessity of preventing injuri
ous bsnges in that act, and of the
danger of electing members of the
General Assembly hostile thereto.
iHQAL TENDER MONEY.
We favor the exercise by the State
of North Carolina of the reserved con
stitutional power to make all gdd and
silver coins of the United States (in
cluding the trade dollar) a legal ten
der for the payment of debts, and that
this right be inforced by tbe passage
of an appropriate act by the General
GOLD KOTKS AND SIOKTQAQRS.
We believe that all money demands
should be payable m the lawful money
of the United States without preference
or discrimination, and therefore favor
the passage by tbe General Assembly cf
a law to prohibit the taking or giving
of gold notes, bonds and mortgages in
this State, and the making of all mon
ey demands solvable in any kind of
lawful money of the United states.
Khwion are inadeoaat for that par- j k lT'lSm mad)
po, that they make recommendation i xitcrttiaa, to udm of tbmtx actual
. v m.9 am anil. I M ZlTW . . L.Uhn.
i . .us . ir ij r i um . i u u i w v mm -m .ium'ji vtw law-ini umbos ajar i
menu to exiftinjc Ufi, to tb end fc-tht Kownmeat a&4 bld f or aewal
that low and fair? r rate- may be ejUb- metxlnt only, awl prlrt lnd rwpot7
licedL both ia the Suta and Inter- well as alin wnenSii? aboaM ba proi
SUte jurisdictions. itLTrJ-. i. triAm br which the
JSefoM That w recomxneo a con- 2
motional rroniDitioa or lh pur- tiiroh conniTunt of Us Interior
chase, lease or rental of parallel or denartmrat, robbd mnltitodaa cf actaal
corn pt Unit railway line. boa5de M-:tra cf ihetr home aa4 miaeri
raxa T asses. 1 v. .Mrs win nfaToa the cxetap-
. : . 1mA fr,m tTl rraeta ftCT.
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w urur i ii xrniaainr ine kit- i wn r,frm rimt.
tnn r.9 (m miui ft ruhllj llff Plt- 1 Wa iHninlKll tMmAflla fcHtleTi Ofl
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lUCti T-. S .k MV I , t. v I" , , . . I
b iTonded for la u naoon-A ioib-m-
Uw, nd iht no exception b mada ia th
csm ef Iadiaa rawrraUorta when opeaeU
for eettV-iaeat, and tb4 all Unda not row
patented come acdar iha oemana.
4 Ua r.rn. m anm tt !;Trt !-rilation
.on,3rvfV b. . bu"neM, throtiRhU;; inituaiT and referenJam na
in Rhichthe intereata of d rro, eoiututional aa!ecuard.
1. We demand the election of Frtaideiit
and Vica-l'resideot ard United S'jl'm Sena
tor by a dim Tola ot the people.
v tender to the patriotic people of
Cnba our deepeat tympauiy ia their heroic
strop-;!, for political freedom and iadepea
Ahlv . alJ we believe the tixse hat come
whea the Pnlted bUtea. the itreet Kepablic
of the world, ahoald reccnlie that Cuba is
ad of ripht ought to be a frea aad lade
3. We favor home rule la the Terrltoriea
st-J the L'itrict of Columbia, and the early
iini!kn of Territoriee a btatee.
t. All public Mlanes -houli be mede to
correspond to the rrice of labor and its pro
duct". 5. la time of rrtat industrial depression,
idle labor should be employed on public
works as far as practicable.
6. Tha arbitrary course of the courts ia
assuming to imprison citJzens for Indirect
contempt and ruling by injunction, should
be preventedbT proper legislation.
?. We favor just pensions for out disabled
t. lielievine thst the election franchise
and an trammeled ballot are essential to a
povernment of, for, and by the people, the
Peonies Party condemn the wboleaale sys
tem of disfranchisement adopted in some
States as un-Eepubbcan and un-Deniocratic,
and we declare it to be the duty of tfce sev
eral State legislatures to take such action as
will secure a falL free and fair ballot and
an tonett count.
9. While the foregoing prepositions con
stitute the platform upon which our party
stands and for the vindication of which its
nn')ni7jt!on will maintain, we recoeniie
that the great and pressing issue of the
nendine campaign unon which the present
Presidential election will turn is the finan
cial aiiMiLion. and nnon this treat and six
cine issue between the parties, we cordially
invite the aid and co-operation of all organ
izations and citizens agreeing with us upon
this vital ouestioa.
The Caucasian Publishing Co.
3COBTU CABOI1XA XAILStOiD LZASC
We condemn the leas of the North
Carolina Jtailroad to tbe Southern
Kailway Company for ninety-nine
years, not only a a bid businesa
the State amounting to the large aoro
cf $3,000,000 invested in good paying
property yielding an income, were
sacrificed: bat we also, in most em
phatic terms condemn the haity and
eecret manner in which it was dene
several years befcre the former tl;rty
years' lease, by its terms, would ;hav
expired. Wecall.tbe auitim jf tbe
people of the Kattf to the "?lti
some icyateriou ' over has prVined
an invertitivri through tie
proper lejai co-nt;eI. of this raoc
tion, which a eo universally con
demned by the pre.-'s of the ritate and
all clase9 of cur citizens, when it tlrt
became known. We therefore deunanal
that the nest General Assembly fully
investigate this transaction, and tu
the end that the interests of tbe btate
rnav be fully protected as far as it can
be done, such legislative action shall
be taken as to counteract, as far as
possible, this unwise and secret traes
,cion. REMOVAL Or CASZS.
The removal of cases from the State
courts to the Federal courts for trial
wherein the plaintilTs are poor per
sons and defendants rich foreign cor
poration?, on application of defend
ants, n a growing evil in Xorth Caro
lina, and in its practical operation
frequently sr: -junta to a denial of jus
tice to pour suitors, and therefore
should be cu'idvmned. We demand,
therefore, tint' the nest General As
sembly shall pass such. a general stat
ute on this MifMect as t. take from
such corporate : doing business in
this State the prh il"g-f of c.arryinr on
business in North -i olicij and with
drawing the protect i'n oi the State
extended to their Lu.-iineps, if they
persist in escaping the jurisdiction of
oar court3 wf:ii ciaim-j
be enforce;! asainst them therein.
We advocate ?uch legislation as will
insure a just listing and taxation of
all evidences of debt, and make an
equitable adjustment of the burden of
taxation between the debtor and a
IS NOW rREFAREP TO DO
CAuPMGM is mm
YOU WILL NKKD P-UNTING I
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WE WILL FILL Til EM mOMlTLV
-TO 1 1 AYR-
e sought to
REDUCTION OF SALARIX3.
In order to keep our public servants
in thorough iciu n snd sympathy with
the oppressed es, and ft ci tck to
some extent th scramble tor oluce,
we dc-inand a reduction of s-..lries un
til such time a3 through a-i increase
of the currency the price of pnrr.rtj
and j roduefs will justify t-ie present
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The I'tciilea Fr.rty faVlouI riatfrm.
Following ia the Populist platform as
"The Teoples Tarty assembled m Na
tional convention, reaffirms its allegiance
to the nrincinles declared br the founders
of the Republic and also to the fundament
al principles oi just government as enunci
ated in the platform of the party in 192.
We recognize that through the connivance our line promptly and EC lowest pCS
of the present and preceding administra-1 i o,:..t i. j..
tiojis, the country has reached a crisis in its
National life as predicted in our declaration
four years ago, and that prompt and patri
otic action is the supreme duty of the hour.
We realize that while we have political inde
pendence our financial and industrial inde
pendence is yet to be attained by restoring
to our country the constitutional control
and exercise of tbe functions necessary to a
people's government, which functions have
been basely surrendered by our public ser
vants to corporate monopolies. The influ
ence of European money changers has been
more potent m shaping legislation thai the
voice of the American people. Executive
power and patronage have been used to cor
rupt our legislatures to defeat the will of
the people and plutocracy has been en
throned upon the ruins of Democracy. To
restore the government intended by the
fathers and for tha welfare and prosperity
of this and future generations, we demand
the establishment of an economic and fi
nancial system which shall make us mas
ters of our own affairs, and independent of
European control by the adoption of the
DECLARATION OF PBINCIPLKS.
crs tend dealers. Catalogues free.
PEOPLES PARTY NATIONAL COMMITTEE.
Olllct Is VoraUy Hotel, Wuhlaztaa, D. C
The National Committee will furnish tb
following list of Campaign Documents at
price quoted below:
Price per 1,000
100 FOR $1.00; 200 FOR 51.20; 300 FOR $1.50.
9x12, By MaU Postpaid.
100 FOR $1X0; 200 FOR $1.75; 300 FOR $2.00.
Th Favorit W!iit.
VI w&w mil km
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1011 TORSE AVAT3T.
Sizes for 31. SG, and 38, and 40 inches
Changeable silk waists are a con
venienc fubstitute for the shirt waists
worn during the rummer weather
- Combinations of blue, with black, red
or green are inner, worn with blue
serge kirts,and all tbe shades of heli
otrope with black or irreen are ereat
.favorites, while almost every possible
cuinuiuauuu appears man occasional
waist. Our model is the favorite one
with tucks in the top of the sleeves
which Torm a straight line with the
tuokd joke in front and the tucked
shoulders of the back. The plait in
rront can be of white linen or lawn
with lace or lawn frills, or it may be of
mo iiiK.wuu or witnouc inns, ic is
well to finish tbe reck with a band, so
as 10 Ytry ine nee trimmings. A UN
v ted linlnar holds the fullness of the
wtlst in place, and tbe fronts droop
witn otouse enecu Any oi tne popu
lar stlK or woolen fabrics may be
elected for this model.
A special illustration and full direc
tlons about the pattern will be found
. oa tbe envelope in which it is en
Democrats to ll"Tiie.
The Mascot, a Democrat
published at Statesville, in
establish a regular circnla-
Tulvf iKo I'l'ice of .Ve Cream.
A choice cold dessert that may be.
served at dinner or tea in place of ioe
cream is made by using layers of fruits
and nuts in a lemon or oranee iellv
made from gelatine. Make the iellv
and have ready sliced litrs dinned in
sherry , sliced stoned dattp, and chop-
pen aimonos or ingiisii walnut meats.
w nen ine jelly has bogun to thicken.
pour a layer in a mold that is wet, and
use a layer of the jelly, and soon until
the. mold is lilled. Serve very 'cold
with whipped cream. Candied fruits
may be used if one prefers them to the
dates and ligi.
oi tne uem-rop fusion, says :
The Populists have refused to do
with the Democrats just what the
Democrats refused to do with the Top
uhst in August. The committee
anew vvuen tney made tne propo
sition that the l'cinilists were
quite likely to refuse to comply
with their terras, they knew that
the Populists had made agree
ment with the Kepublicans, which
they could not well break: but the-
commiltee also knew that they would
suffer no disgrace if the Populists
ireateu tne committee just as they
themselves had been treated. Where
is the mistake? Why it was made in
August when the Democrats refused
the terms of fusion presented by the
When Going to Sthoo?.
The very latest b'ouse for a i-hool
girl and a most sensible one is of
Scotch tweed of rouxh f erire. mace
with scant fullness, fastened with
round pearl buttons and linished with
turn-back cults of the material, ami
the high linen collar. It 'is in everv
way a correct garment for the purpose
A Hfigiit Carol I an Giil.
We learn from the Textile Excelsior
that Miss Mary Montgomery, of Spart
anburg, S. C, has patented a churn,
which may prove a success. She has
been at considerable expense getting
up models and perfecting her machine.
The power ia a strong spring. It has
to be wound up and started. That is
all. The churn then does the work,
while the householder is getting her
breakfast or attending to other work.
It is exceedingly simple and strong.
She has aheady realized enough to
pay all her expenses, aud it is proba
ble that she will mtke a considerable
sura of money out of it. She wa3-a
quiet country girl helping her mother
with her housework when ;he churn
ing problem attracted her attention,
and she evolved the fpring churn
V Literary Nutca.
An important feature of Ilarper's
Magazine for several months to come
will be.Poultney Bigelow's series of
papers on the "White Hair's Africa,"
treatiDg in a thoroughly popular way
the new continent rec ntly opeutd up
to Europeau exploitation. The
flret paper, in the .November number,
will be merely introductory, but it will
give a novel view of Jameson's raid
troin material placed in th author's
uu Uj au x.uguMi piiysician ana a
iioer omciai thus presenting both
sides of this remarkable episode. The
fenes in ma resuiG of a journey to
douth Africa cudertaken bv Mr.
k low for Ilarper's Magazine, and it ia
TVhj There are so Man Smiths
At the huio of tao adoctioa of
surnames every artiian whossa work
required the striking of blows on
metal was known as a siaiter or
smith, am! the community, tbero
fore, had its blacksmith, whitesmith,
goldsmith, silversmith, arrowsmith
and severs 1 others of the sitae char
acter.. The njimber of Smiths of
the present day niay, therefore, be
readily accounted for, when wa re
member that each of the different
kiGds of smiths was as much entitled
to the use cf his 'trade name for a
cognouien as any other artisan.
Johr, the ilackemith. and John, the
oom Known as
John, tho smith,
which naturally resolved itself into
tho family name of Jt hn Smith.
Clifford Howard in November Ladies'
We pledge ourselves to maintain the
six per cent, interest law enacted by
the last General Assembly.
The action of the Peoples Party
members of the last General Assembly
has demonstrated, beyond question,
that the Peoples Party has been true
to its antecedent platform declarations
in favor of public education. We de
mand still further improving and
broadening the public school system
of the State as rapidly as a proper re
gard for the interests of the tax payers
and the resources of the State will
permit. We also favor such revision
of our present school system a3 may
increase the etneiency of our public
schools and insure the most compe
tent; ana eneciive supervision. v e
think that the committee on Educa
tion of the next General Assembly
should invite and secure, as far as
possible, the co-operation of the lead
ing teachers and educators of tbe State
in framing and pfr feeling the school
Oar judiciary should be lifted above
the plane of partisan politics.
REFOMATORY FOR YOUXO CRIMIKAI.8.
we iavcr ino. esraoiisnment or a
State institution for the reformation
of young criminals.
DEMOCRATIC ADMINISTRATION CONDEMNED.
W'e condemn the Democratic admin
istration in North Carolina for its
failure to execute the anti-trut laws
of the State now on our statute books,
ana can tne arrenucn or ine people to
the fact that official action in this re
gard is not in harmony with the ultra
anti-trust sentiment heretofore and
now being expressed br the leaders of
the Democratic party.
We favor the establishment of snch
equitable and low freight rates and
charges for products shipped from
Van ViedeuljurKh's Famous Painting.
An exquisite reproduction in 14
colors of V an Vredenburcrh's oil
paintmp, "Oar Bench Show," a yard North Carolina as will enable shipper
ci piiytul puppies (size, 10x36 in.) and producers to realize at iea3t a fair
is given to every subscriber with remuneration after costs cf such ship
tho I)f cpffibfr icRMA rt rQ.-.w.i ments cave Deen aeauctea.
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iUTiT a- Possibilities of the trucking industry
:avJ!;?,e. fJnie.d3and boucdi? in Eastern North Carolina, an indus-
T; a'-,r m ecver, ana is try which, bat for-the extortionate
wuu muHiauons ara read- tariffs ofthe common carrier,' would
mg matter pertaining to the X mas increase an hundred fold, carrying
uwiuavs. is soia tor L'U cents a
copy. The Van Vredenburgh . alone
in this issue ia worth wnr thw
ones of a rears snhsermtinr T 8 earnsswy recommena to cur
taU:J use all (he powers they baye to bring
r . rf , , r l" aDout such reauctions; ana especialiv
everyone who is fend o dogs. Any that they urge before the Inter-State
or our readers who wish this beauti- Commerce Commission all complaints
ful picture can, by eutting' out this of extortion and discrimination with
notice and sending it to the Demor- fiUch vfr and continuity that 6hoald
est's Magazine, 110 Fifth Avenue lcey Iau to seUTe remediaL action by
Npw VV xoih on .t i ' I the Inter-State Commerce Commia-
X :i nLr Th of " outragea ; and if their faciliOes
mas lemorest. The magazine, for fighting the battles of the people
with it the greatest prosperity to that
highly favored section it' hasver
We earnestly recommend
State Railroad Commission that thev
Pacts About Silver ,
a il , xr: . l t,:
aucm a ut3 f jubik:ioi x U1U. V .
Butler Against Furtker Issue of
Davis Gold and Silver
Watson Farm Statistics
Towne On Silver
Sibley On Silver
Kem Money Question and Income
Simpson On Silver
Howard l he b inancial bituation. . .
1. We demand a National mener, pafe
and sound issued by the reneral irovern-
ment only without the intervention of Strowd Coin ltederaption Fund
bants of issue, to be a full legal tender for Teller Ilevenue Not the Ilcniedy
an ueois, puouc ana r.nvate, so mat a lust.
equitable and efficient means of distribution
may be maae direct to the people and
through the lawful disbursement of the government.
2. We demand the free and unrestricted
coinage of silver and gold at the present le-
rano or io to i witnout waiting tor the
consent of foreign nations.
3. We demand the volume of circulating
medium be speedily increased io an amount
sufficient to meet the demands of tbe busi
ness people of this country and to restore
the just level of prices of labor and pro-
4. We denounce the sale cf bonds and the
increase of tha public interest-bearing bond
debt made by the present administration as
unaecessary and without authority of law
aad that no more bonds be issued exceDt
by specific act of Congress.
o. Y e demand such legal legislation as
will prevent the demonetization of the law
ful money of tne L mted States by nnvate
6. We demand that the government in
payment of its obligations shall use its op
tions as to the kind of lawful money in
which they are to be paid and we denounce
the present and preceding administration
for surrendering this option to the holders
of government ooligations.
7. N e demand a graduated income tax ta
the end that aggregated wealth ehall bear
its just proportion of taxation and we de
nounce tne Supreme court, relative to the
income tax law, as a misinterpretation cf
tne constitution and an invasion of the
rightful powers of Congress over the sub
ject oi taxation.
8. v e demand thst postal sayings banks
be established by the nove rniuent for thn
sae deposit cf the savings of the people
au'i io iaciiiuiie exenacge.
1. Transportation being a mean of ex
change and a public necessity, the govern
ment should own and operate the railroads
iu the interest of the jeop!e on a non-partisan
basis: to the end that all may be ac
Bryan On Income Tax
Baker On Coin Redemption Fnnd
Shuford Money of the People 1 75
Bell On the Money Onestioa 3 60
Bryan On Finance 8 00
Ben Butterworth Letter of 7 00
Carter The Political Situation 1 75
Mantle On Bimetallipm 1 75
Pettigrew History of Cleveland and
Bond Issues 250
Hariman Gold Monometallism
Agvinst Bimetallism 2 50
Peller On the Money Question 2 50
Stewart History of Demonetization 10 00
i athers of Our Country on Silver. . 4 00
Peoplea Party Platform.. 2 00
Why the Wage-Earner Wards Free
Silser 2 75
Price per 100
Bry8n Large Poitrait of.... 12 00 10 00
Watson Large Portrait of... 2 CO 10 00
Bryan and W atson Campaign
Button 2 60 15 00
Peoples Party Official Button. 2 50 15 00
All of the above are in franked envelopes
ready for mailing, except those marked
Send all orders toJ. A. L"dgerton, Secre
tary Peoples Party National Committee,
Washington, D. O
F02 BALE BY THE
Peoples Party jlat'l Committee.
The following has been chosen by the
Peoples Party National Committee u a pop
uiar and desirable list of books ou the finan
Peoples Party Campaign Book (Offi
Handbook on Money (compiled by
three experts) 25
Shylock, Gordon Clark 25 "
Coin's Financial School, W. H. Har
01 GREW DOLLAR OFFER !
All Township and County Chairmen ought to have Lellci IJcais
and Paper printed.
We Will send too sheets paper, and irx envelopes, with i.an.e.f
Township and County, and Chairman's address printed thereon, I h-al
pencil, i pen, three blotters, all for $!.oo postpaid. If names of "n
mitte wanted, 2 5 els. additional.
Cash must accompany every order.
w-- v w oik ah oj ic mj- i vcv
corded the wime treatment in transports Tale of Two Nations, W. H. Harvey .25
tion, and that the tyranny and political
power now exrcised by the great railroad
cororniions, wnicn results in i.ie impair
ment if not the destruction of the political
rights and personal liberties of the citizen-.
may be destroyed. Such ownership is to be
accompusuea graauauy ia a manner con
sistent with sound pokey.
2. The interest of tbe United Ftafen in
public highways built with public mr.nprs
and the proceeds of extensive errant nf Innrl
to the Pacific railroad should never be alien
ated, mrrtxra!! rvr cnlH Vmf rrn wAA n.l
' - : - -- - (,uuiucu auu i hiouii .......... ....
protected for the general welfare, as provid- Grover Cleveland on a Tramp, Brab-
mo am ui urgaaizmg sucn rauroa-is. ster west 25
The foreclosure of existing lines of the Uni- Capitalists on a Strike, R.T. Butler.'lO
ted States on these roads should at once fol- Senator Jouea' Great Speech on the
low default in the payment thereof ofthe Money Question, 25
debt of companies, and at the foreclosure The Bond and tie Dollar John
sales of caid roads the government shall Clark Red path ' 10
purchase the same if it becomes necessary The Litlle fclftte-aian. K. L. Arm. -
to protect its interest therein or if they can strong...' 05
be purchased at a reasonable price; and the Battle of the Standards "ilearV "if
governnsent shall operate eaid railioads as Teller V
feilver and the Science of Money.
Wm. M. Stewart 10
Effects of the Gold Standard, Dr.
W. II. Smith 25
The Banker's Dream. T. J. Proctor.25
The American People's Money, Ig
natius Donnelly... 23
Seven Financial Conspiracies, Mrs.
S. E. V. Emery 10
Not a Kevolt (Campaign book),
Thos. E. Watson 23
Stories of Ancient Home, The. E.
m siaun..... ................ .. ia
puonc nignways lor the benent of the Condition of the American Farmer
vio ouu nut, i-n vlv iii unrest ui liie I XI, JU. A &uDD6Tiil . . . . .
kji. u.uv.va ouu,mc piuruiuus lur Draiefvi unra h Kinnnri I'ot&s m
tion of life and property; giving to all trans
portation interests and privileges and equal
rates for fares and freight. -
3. We denounce the present infamous
schemes for refunding these debts and de
mand that the laws now applicable thereto
r . . ... -. .....
ieuien 01 Jioney Island, 8. F.
Wither are we Drifting as a 5Ja- -
?a' ?r- - Wily 50
The National Committee baa made r
be executed and administered according to publisher t i,faoi- V. T i -. . e
their true intent and spirit. thera Tfrom ii ySTriw to w "hS liZkt
4. The telegraph, like the -ostoffir . whirh nn11v (aihi tA tl.A j.i .
iem, being a necessity for thetoaneniission this profit is at once plsocd in th NV'T.i
ci news anouiu De owned and operated bv Campaign Knnd
the government in the interest of people, j
lajtd. . , eoi inese dooxs ran only be secured
1. The true policy demands that th -1 wiimuttej.
tional and State legislation shall be snch 23 1 Rend all arierm tn 1 kr rna.-
will ultimately enable every prudent g tarPopfi Vny AtioZo
mdustnous etoxen to secure a home, and Wormley Hotel, -hin fUm, DC?
MINUTES. RECORD BOOKS.
BLANK BOOKS FOR COUNTY OFFICERS, LEDGER,
JOURNALS, DAY BOOKS, ETC.
THAT WE ARE IN SYMPATHY WITH THE
And YOU ought , to throw 'all the business in our way you can. The
Bourbon prcas has heretofore done all work of this class, but
now we can do the work equal to any one.
Let us hear from you if in need of any of the above.
The Caucasian Publishing Co..
RALEIGH, N. C.
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