RuliMirh. X. ('.. Jan. 1H. Ihl-
Kr fit abut ran r, ititl
itr ir of tb- I rii' r ft - ' ?. t.
e!f ti mi 1 1 w t n ' a" e ' "r l"nn
crai will l" plm I il.f el't-lki.
biardu in tbe Kt,and in Ihe We-1
have two I-rriKrat and mic ICrpubl
can, and all thrae to he rhown by
Itrtno'-ratir machine. The I'opuli m
ptrty in nut to be recognized at ai
Tbe obj-ct will be to control and cour
election to nuiC themrve. Thi
woiiU he vstr than dUfrai chitting
the negroe. It mean to )ifratichie
wliite and all who do not vte the Ienr
ii' raiic Ik k-t. How in that for an
"horifxf election law," a declared for
in tl.nr platform? Such work may have
a tfndfiiry to compel men to vot--irt
their will, but never to indu'-e
K'"'d, honest freemen to vote the I-mi-ocrilic
ticket, because they believe ii
ih t ii l.Hinpion of human liberty, th
Kuirdian of life and property.
1. 1 ten ! Uertie county went I)emo
i riti: in November. That in Frank l
V intton' ,'ounty. Fifteen year &
Itf ltmocrat abolished what wan
known in that cointy a a Hoard of Fi-imii'-e.
A noon a the prenent Hoard
of on n ty oiniuiiiiorier ( IeriiOcrtr;
Ktt orKtnized, they re inaugurate
I hi It ard of Finance, a pie i k ti.
V hut do you reckon th wlii'e sn
pre n-icj -Irlldw did ? Why, the firht
lliing li.ey il il at the reqtiet of the
I eiii'icml io tJounty (Jhairman, wan to
appoint tjiii Kobbina, a reg-ro, a
iiifrnhvr of that Hoard of Firiancx. Vet,
lh'y don't want negroes to? holit
ofli I hi i.rjrro i an ant i-fuion
i:-pubii''n negro. How i that fir
The toll introduced tiy senator
lliiir-fon to license foreign corporn
tior doing h'tsi iif rt in Ihe State n-eiii
to h.- the VViicoi.in Maru?e. If it
tl.Mo it should pa without a hing!t
ctiaiigH. For it hat been panned upon
hy I to- Supreme Court and pronounced
"-1 it ut ional. A ny change o tiered to i t
will iiimhii a tb at It. in favor of cor
por itioni. To wee what Ihe Supreme
t ourt hit to .ay about it, read t he ll h
Volniiif I'.S. Keport, page ".tr. I'op
f there arethonaanr! r.i 4
f men who nearly suffer death i
a times the period comet too
often sometimes not often f
f enough sometimes the flow is i
A too scant, and again it is too A
m I -. . vuvwa
that Nature needs help, and
that there is trouble in the or
gans concerned. Be careful
when in any of the above con
ditions. Don't take any and
every nostrum advertised to
cure female troubles.
, FEMALE REGULATOR
f is the one safe and sure
a medicine for irregular or pain-
ful menstruation. It cures all
f the ailments that are caused
A . - . .
m irregularity, such as leucor
or the law Kgallac tral Opltum On. J
A rhoea, falling of the womb,
nervousness; pains in the head,
f back, breasts, shoulders, sides,
4 hips and limbs. By resrulatinsr
a the menses so that they occur A
every twenty-eighth day, all t
W those aches disappear together, f
just before your tune comes,
get a bottle and see how much
good it will do you. Druggists
sell it at i.
Send f.r oar tttt book, "Perfect
Health for Women."
THE BRADHELI) FF.GULATOR CO.
JIM BOOKER HANGED-HE CONFESSES
The following I lb propo) ataeud-
tnent of tb preeut law reultf n t be
holdinf of Iwral option eleefh na la
thie State, which provide that ucb
eiectiont may be held, on the coa4
Morday in Jane every two yesrt:
A bill to be ent'tled -AO Aet to re
peal Section 2,1 IS of the Code, and acta
ameudatory tb-reo'; and enact a
Th (;ei.eral Aietubly of NortbC .r
olu.a du er art ;
hiimu 1. That rtiiii 3,111 of tbe
Cde be and tbe ame hereby U re-pel-d
; ar d the f l)owirg hall be a
a-jbntilvte therefor, and constitute aaid
action of th:ode, to-wit:
It ktall te tbe duty of tbe board of
n inniiioner of any county, upon
petition of one-fourth of lb number
ol tbe vot cat at the preceding gen
eral election (aid pe? i'i'.ner being
registered voter) of an county, city
town or tnwcfthip, in the'r repcti ve
countie. to ordrr an elec'.ian to aaeer
tain whether or not intoxicating liq
uor may be sold iner.id county, city,
town or towntifcip; said f-lectiou to be
held within forty day fr-m the date
of the presentation of eaid petition to
raid board of commissiooer in any
month of any year, except that such
election ahall not be held in any moi tb
in which a general election for State
or county officer ebail be held: Pro
vided, however, that an election under
this sectitn shall not be held ofiener
tbau once in every two years in tbe
game county, city, town or township.
Section 3 That all laws and parts of
laws in conflict wit the foregoing sec
tion are hereby repealed
WtuaTu!. I i' Jan. It
j Tb .Sort b Car ioa 5ci-y wt )at
I sight is Confederate Veteran' Uall
and wen entertained witb recitation,
vocal and intrii.otat ado. Tbe
yoasg people fjreent enjoyed daso
icg after ifc prtgr rorae vra cone la
ded. Tb tMjctety again on Jan.
3tlb for tbe elee tion of officer for lb
KaL, Rut'ut h.a iiwt . K.ii fet that tkw U a rrAt out of I Bat it ia, first, U r!t of t
There is bo denying tao aorioos I It U aot a erct rvatdj.
ha prodae4, a at
rvpotatioa vu worUI-vK
to etabhb udrgrapb roromunicatioo aiekce from th grin: that oror-1 UfJof rtady of tho greatMt ahyn
wiiu iiiiinni na ib t niiippiae m i ,
anda. I worked men and woiim wow suffer I ciaa Acariea ha
, . i. . . i A. . . i
tbe principal uaure dltcued bf T "or umm qi iom
Congre during tbe t lit week, and J year from la&iilode, headache, sligbt I 7-f Wfor h had ever amwJ at
on the ubjct: probably tbe ableet I ehill arsl fever a&d other trap tons 1 f rmala whieb sas doc ao aioeb
pSnydeWere? of iperfeet healtb, that pop!o faU rood; a a. who ha. received tho
tor Hoar. The Wet peb oo tbe sick more readily bow than at any hifhoat degro from th beat eoUg,
ame quetiou to the Uoue was deliv- . ), ... .1 ik. i; ki.
..ri . , .rm. ,b Tannouu other time of th Tear: and that who was at the tim of his dueoverr
Senator Hoar, Mimd and Hale ar whenever an eptdemie doe anoear I Profor at Dartmooth and a leet
nepHDiican jsenav r who oppoe tne
administration' poiicy of expansion, it invariably plays havoc with thoao
Andrew Carnegie, f be iron monarch, , , . a m
who was here Ian week ha offered to who re ran down nd oot of eoodi-
give two hundred and fifty tbouaaod tioD
dollars for the e-tab!iBhment of a free
public library in tniscity. Many mai:- Tba utmost eantion ahoald bo tak
er ci lies uve 0!ier puDiic unrane.i . . m, ,k. I rt,mdr the for.nla of
, 1 v - avvv ijuv wwu vittv aaa a mi 1 t
than AVashinKton. The public gener
ally 1 not allowed to take the books I nervou system is bealtby ton.
iiuui uir iiiinii-Miunii norary, any
one desiring to rad a book can go to
tbe Congressional library and read it,
but can not take it froru tbe library.
Tbe President gave a reception last
Wednesday night to th Diplomatic
Corp?, and next Wednesday be will
receive t e army and navy.
it cat may probably become a public
scandal in tbe armv i the sever ar-
Hection.1 This act aball be in force raifirnment of Chi. Miles who in at the
from and after it ratification. head of the artnv. bv Cummiiuuir flen.l of ttfo
aKau huv urintu iiern ji 1 irn as a iisr IvJ a- it .
Each branch of the Massachusetts etc- an account of the latter have sta- WOJ w,in wa8 P01
legislature balloted for United States ted in.a public interview that tbe beef Ions it and hrino-unn headaehM. vhn
Senator I'tlesdav. and Senator Henrv I sent to the hrmv in the troiii. waal
Cabot Lodjfe, the Kepublicau nominee I 'embalmed" in order to preserve it. jma,c pamf, sleepless nights and
received heavy majorities in both Mr. Eiran appeared before the commit-
There is no more excuse for tho
prerelaot symptoms of stagnant, im
pure blood m the body than there is
for tie barbarism of filthy streets in
Tho relaxed and slogglisb action
excretory organs load the
1 he Karcutlon Took ll'e lift--n
D1 11 O'clock Yrnterlr.
The condemned murderer of Mahals
Whit was executed in Wake county
jail yard yesterday morning shortly
after 10 o clock. Kev. A. (J. I tvis, of
the Presbyterian church, and Kev. J.
I.. King, of the Kpiscopal churnli. col
ored, were with the condemned man
during the execution.
I uesday he confesned the crime for
which he paid the death penalty yes
Since tbe day the jealous lover nip
ped up to the home of his sweetheart
and blew her brains out. his lips have
ti'en sealed. With all hope gone and
uliMti, if t hey II ml It to be that bill, eternity staring him In the face Book
will vote for it and against any amend- "r acknowledged to bis spiritual ad-
, ., ' 1 ,, ,, , . . . . viser that, be killed Mahalev White.
me..t , verso sl,Khr, that ..night change A representative of the IVst saw
it-, constitutionality or render It inef- Key. A. (. Davis, pastor of the colored
fcctiDil. 1. 00k out for lobbyists 011 1 his Trchyferian church when he came
,lllltf,r out of the jail Tuesday afternoon. He
is Hooker's spiritual adviser and tiad
-t ho, mi hi Capt. Day took the su- I been holding services in his cell.
p. rintenoy of th penitentiary, In; ap- ''TV 18 ,rfs'Knea 10 " lare n
' iiunl nlla rn n m a niaf Kuf -ku f luff
pointed an expert committee to hive. tl)a5 ,,e wa8 ailxioU9 Jfor the execution
tigale the books. They found that the to take place. While the strain on him
is great he is cheerful and spends the
larger part reading bis Isible.
K"V. Davis asked the condemned
man 11 he committed the crime for
which he was convicted. He eaid he
did but he didn't know what be done
He made a farewell statement on tbe
gallows. Tuesday he asked for paper
with whick to write bis will, but he
did not frtate what property he had to
dispose of. Tbe murderer bad an old
mother living near Method. He wrote
fr. - !..... .. r . 1. 1
l lu, i:.,..l A.aun.Ki ..r 'T uriure 11c was uaoKcu
Wovemor HllSSell his reason Why he Linaf. nv nm nit tvnrpl unnrn.
I - . ....... v-
ciation 01 tbe Kindness of sberifl rage.
his deputies and the jailer Tor kuiu-
thingwns in debt about J1(M),(MX), an J
thftt the books had been kept in such
a crude wny for years and years till it
whs impossiblrt to get at the real fact9.
Their report shows plainly that all the
trouble in tint institution did not he
gin with the fusiunists. We will give
the report and comment more pointed
ly when nil the investigation is com
unseated W. W and S. Otho Wilson
as )i Iroad Commissioners. Tuesday
1 tie trovernor j-utmicted bis reasons in
a plain matter-of-fact way. It is not
known what the General Assembly
will do. Ihe Wilsons want to be re-
instated sj as to get pay for the time
they huve been out. Will give tie
lueysuL'e hext week.
ress 1 oward him. He sent for Maba
lay White's mother to come to the jail
as he wished to ass ber forgiveness
'i he Asheville Gazette thinks the re
peal of the G per cent interest bill is of
v.ist more importance than the erasing
of dim Young's name from a corner
stone. We venture to say neither will
give any relief to the masses.
Say Hut Little.
The I'.iblical Recorder says: "The
General Assembly is decidedly settled
to its work, and so far each day has
seen every bill in reach disposed of be
ft re adlournment. Of course all bills
of general consequence have been re
ferred to committees, and are being
considered, digested and revised by
them. It is likely that tbe penitentia
ry and the Kailroad Commission will
That Throbbing Headache.
Would quickly leave you, if you used
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousands
of BulFererB have proved their match
less merit for Sick and Nervous Head
aches. They make pure blood and
strong nerves and build up your health
Money back if not cured. Sold by all
BUTLERS PENSION AMENDMENT.
I'etlllons oo Both Side of the Question
What the Senator Says
Washihgton, Jan. 17. Special
Several petitions were presented 111
the Senate to-day against tbe passage
of Butler's amendments to pension
Confederate soldiers. Among them
were Vicksburg Camp, No. 32, which
considered the idea as humiliating;
Sidney Johnston Camp of Batesvilie
Ark., which states that it asks no spe
cial favors of tbe government: Jas. K
Herbert Camp of Jialtimore, says it is
iwimiw no in f ur il.va for run aiileru
In.n. mnrk ia h.inir ilnnn nn tlia oUf. Opposed tO any action
tiou 'law; tbe fees of tbe Secretary f that may lead to pensioning Confed-
Mate will be reduced ; tbe members are
Uncovered l a Woman.
Another great discovery bas been
made, and that too, by a lady in this
country . "Disease fastened its clutch
es upou her and for seven years she
withstood its severest tests, but her vi
tal organs were undermined and death
seemed imminent. For three months
rifAn Iaoo .la ra frtn b1a1 w a
tee investigating the conduct of the i"""" J " J
War Deparment, and in a prepared eolation of the blood, or deposit in
4. . A a.al
Biaieuient uemeu ana uenouncea me
oharges made bv Gen. Miles in lan
guage almost too severe and vile to
print, it is needless to ?ay that it cre
ated a sensation.
Senator Allen ha? introduced a res
olution to appoint & Congressional
committee to investigate the whole
the tissues, of these waste matters
whicL I'&ine's celery componnd alone
will qiickly drive out.
urer ia other oniTeritis. a scholar,
a member of a family wbien bs
mad its mark in every department
of pnblie life in America. It is a
beca fnrnuhed to pbjsieiansia good
standing always, and which physi
cians were prescribing long before
the present manufacturers put it op
for poblic distribation; it was dis
covered by Prof. Edward K. Phelps,
M. D., LL. D., and was first pre
scribed with wonderful sue by
that eminent group of practitioners
who have made American physic
known the world over, and of .whom
he was then as now, undoubtedly tbe
The best test that ean be applied
to Paine 's celery compound is to ute
If one is "run down' feels without
S i wimtaew
I ) I 2 I e ew-a. a
0 w B-m-wnuofM c ti . in is
J TtlE WEST A LA a. 4
tm WM U aa tm tmami pinl a. aWa ' n K ;mm
j Matttarai"' "l ' t aaa .
U The La4ot Lcner Tht Buy WerU
ywy S Km ttmrtM
" v 1 1 1
Cx aU the raicrfoes
lUval al farto tv
a3 at 1 mm TWa 9 mm mtmmm4
J ulSmmTx mmiUm mm
...TrIC DCST . . .
PICTORIAL HISTORY OF TUB YEAR
'fw' 'fctr teja. mm mm a
ml mm W II Si. I mam mm a 'in rl
waaaa. a n. .
a cituru. a? a. a a ra
TO3 Oy a.
she coughed incessantly.and could not I conduct of vhe war.
When the arms, hips or back feel I energy, lifeless, useless, fretful, take
the twinges of acute rheumatism it I this great remedy, and note the
sleep. She finally discovered a way to I uon. jeion uingiy, ior a quarter lis higa time to relieve the kidneys I change. Constipation will no longer
recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle . "'V"ur w. ,"e "OU8e v... t u : 1 u.. .LJ
of Dr Kings New Discovers for Con- I irora aiaiue, oieu 1 rimy nignt, aner a 1 "-ouuci n mo oimu iu sv kkivuc uis4uic.iug luuugui, in
ortKtetdV brings--on Bright', disease, kppetite will come back; sleepless-
" 1 - . man II, . Am. I 1 1 1 1 ' - 4 M I .! 'II I . m
Diht anu with two bottles, bas been ,u LJC jiuuf un revpuuc waiters, gravei, tjcopsy ana compiicauons 01 1 oess ana aeaaacoe win ce luiogg of
LuThSM witb other orns whose the past. This is Ihe experience of
nick & Co., of Shelby, N.C. Trial bot- tefof tbat body. health depends upon the purity of men nd women in every part of the
ties free at all Drugstores. Reg-1 IT 1 D Iurera services were neia in me - - -
ularsize 5()j and $1.00. Every bottle House to-day. It is very seldom the the biood. Prompt use of Paine's j
T T 1 mmmmkTmmhZmm. fcjlaffca mmmmmL'mmmmtmi.m V T
0 r miovyv m run V) La.
General good health depends upon
The Negro Convention, called to set
forth the duty of the negroes of North
Carolina under present conditions, was
held in tnis city yesterday. Congress
man White was the author of tbe
meeting and its moving spirit. One of
the advertised purposes
ing was to encourage tbe
Ilniiaa Vi A a fnnnaal pir 1 mi-. nwt nmt -VaI
iiuuc no? iiiucmi ""i v icn uvcr V 1JC I i i .
death of a member. ceiery compouna win save me weaa-
capt. J. ii. liatcneior, Jr., of tbe U. narts from vifddinc to HisAasn. I tb6 periect action ol tbe nervous
S Army, was in tbe city for a few days . . . . -. . 1
last week. In s peculiar ability to invigor- eurrents, the vigor of tho circulation
ate thi body, to make new blood and I and lne qality of the blood.
ueanty is Ulood Deep. . , . ,. . TIia histnrv of Paiii l.rr ..in..
j .... j
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
to regulate the nerves, lies tbe great
of the meet- beauty without it. Cascarels, Candy Cathar- value of Paine's celery compound in PQnd has been made familiar to
i negro to em- tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by j r
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im- all wasting diseases and disorders of ery intelligent household in the Ia
purities from the body. Uegin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads.
, t, t o , Und that sickly bilious complexion by taking
uuujcn uuui m'i. ls. u. vmiiic, i i ijascarets. neautv tor t.pn rpnta. A ilnip
r . : . t m ita : . ii t.i i . I . . c . - . ...
aauiin, i. x . no wniea ; r our uui-1 kibib, eausiacuon guaranteed. iuc. Joe. ooc
lies oi iiiiecinc miters nas curea jsirs.
A Pie Hunter.
the kiJneys, liver and stomach.
Paine's celery compound rescnes
shaky, enfeebled nerves from pros
tration and removes that feeling of
utter exhaustion that causes so much
Brewer of scrofula, which has caused
lipr or&at (.iifTerinc for near. Tarri.
ble sores would break out on her head Democrats are still hungry for of-
and face, and the best doctors conld I nee. We learn that one from this
. ' . . 7 I . .... - I i .
give no help; but her cure is complete I county who tried to tret a job from I despondency among so many wor-
h 18 eceuent" T18 the legislature and failed then turned ried men and women.
shows wh&t thousanda have nroved I fko a I wvaa
that Electric Bitters is the best blood u, rc,0i tt n nrtt ir us. It makes flesh, blood and stronor I restoring the nervous system when
. - mmm.mm. uuw -a. a e a-' w a v a J bV? aaACaaav UlaU I I
iBD c oUH.? d ftnt mo.ahal Ch9t.tha.Tn CitiTan I I hrntMi down or imnnirAn frnm nr I WII.M iNIJTliN Jk WKI.tMW H.
In the clearest and most direct man
ner conscientious men and women
have told of thei rapid recovery
from disease by the use of this rem-
Paine's celery compound is uo ap
proached by any other remedy for
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u a. wmuaa K
Hitreav CP TMQ
hal aw M Mi alaaa kaaaaa 1 )
aTittiaall rUaa.iafa taaaf )
Admiral Sajnaaaa fimt fttRte ( HuSU LUy
B? Uui A. R aTOT. VAN, 9m Amm f . at Mi i ii ra. V
TMBIR 5ILVCX-WaUCMMa JOVftrtaY
tix!sh War Staty
The Pracew Xcnla
T H. H. M Wiiwa
A awlal t full ml aaa aa
oasia am apiil iit esom ov iuotatxa
By BraaAat Ualtaev -Mrmt wmmm
TBI lUTO B0CSB 7ZZ L' WAT Or TBI CB0U
By Octave Taaaat By lul n Baaaal
TBI L0TB Of PBJOB L0BB . ' TBI CCCKO0 CVOCB
y Mary M. WKkaw B)y aa Kaaa
td cm man raocniss ib scubcs
tmt mmrk aciUaWS
Whltt Haa'i AUt RepalUcs of Sooth Aaerlcs
By Fovunr fcai nm . . By htui Hum
M Cmmu m Caay mmmmrtptmm. $4 00 0 Tmw
Arai rtARPea a BVOTtBEBB. i. Vera. M. v.
edy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ul
eer.s boils and running sores. It stim
ulates liver, aidnevs and bowels, ex
pels poisons, helps digestion, builds up
exertion of mind or body.
AW1IW.W, 5r.nn patent medicine! It is not the dis- It strengthens the digestive pow-
alieDruei CCnt8' by legislature for the establishment of Uovery . of some quack doctor of "news the blood and acts in the
.r.. IR,uv.i,?r,Krao wvlus whom h s Drofession never heard: it I Vitalizing, curative tborouirh man-1
t ::.i i- . ... I furnish trainmo- in tho cotton mill
1 UO lUUlUCUb LUbUC I CUCllt I . I . . , . . . . . , , , I
Wilminitton riots are all about in. The business. A bonus of $15,000 will be is not a concociion pui up oy some aer iu mates n me granaesi neip
... . 1 .1 .ll
auditor was going over aDouc tne last assea oi tne town wnere tne scnooi man wh0 first invented a name, and to sufferint men and women the
oaicu yesieraay morning, ine cosi no i is locatea. cnariotte will mate a I., , . j fl. I , - j
the State in this matter wiU reach bid and is verv likelv to iret tha then adopted a preparation to fit it; world of medicine affords.
4. A.i i nr I - Z t - -
8UOUM','w. school. Charitv and Children.
AND FLORENCE RAILROAD J
TRAINS OOINO SOUTH.
Auk. 1st. 1887.
A. & N.C. RAILROAD.
He Fooled the Surgeons.
1 XV ... ... : rr.,-
All doctors told Renick Hamilton, of I
West Jefferson. O . after suffering 18 If the Charlotte Observer will par
months from Rectal Fistula, he would I don us, we would be pleased to know
die unless a costly operation was per-I of it if tbe following extract from I To take effect Sunday June 19, 1898, at 12 m
rormea; duc ne cureu nmseii wnu tnat paper is intended to uulify that
'c wuao auii iiiu-vn JW' wa v I Vift 11 iY f h A Sivintnvo tjrhinh eos
, . . . i aM-a v va iiuw uwiiuiuiu nuivu an r
1"V- V,!c"re.,u,u "V"V"" S "The poor ye have with ye always."
. I Auemau who caauoi pay at xeasi
Kw All TlPllfVaridt I J
" In. not i n t whn Ainint nr.nfi hnfa
this much towards tbe support of
TIME TA15LE B.
Supersedes Time Table 4 of Nov. 28, 1897,
and supplements thereto.
The Cabinet , on Tuesday jjepided to tne government that protects him
.ln.h.n.inn.innnkrund a iren- should not only not be allowed to
tleman in the lanuaee used before the Yte but should get off the earth.''
war investigators. Thomasville News
all at sea on the free school question,
ikhii) having made unwise pledges to
their people. Very little is being slid
on thn liquor question. 1 tie truth is
all radical measures will be eschewed,
because of tbe general desire to hold
Senato Butler presented petitions
signed by 55 Confederate veterans of
Columbus, Ga asking him not to aban
don bis intention to oner his amend
ment to pension Confederate veterans.
1 hey say : "It was a war between the
r.h ,.....! tn(.th tnr tha niirnnaB of States and not a rebellion," and they
a Con mtutionai amendment. Tiiat olc. r..t.ncw
done, there will be more liberty."
Jim Booker, col., who killed Mahaa
bite, was banged in the jail yard in
Kaleik-h yesterday. He confessed his
citizens of the country. Senator Butler
said to the Post correspondent that te
has received numerous letters from
North Carolina and other Southern
States favoring bis amendment; that
he believes tbe rank and file of Con
federate veterans favor it. He desires,
he says, to ascertain the temper of
Confederate veterans on the subject
and will be guided in bis future course
on the subject by what he deems to be
the opinion or Confederate veterar
aftr they have had an opportunity to
be heard. Morning Post.
The Watauga Democrat says that.
contist between Solicitor Harsnaw
and Mr. J. F. Spainhour will likely t&
decided in favor of the lattt-r.
Washington, Jan. U. Gen. Brooke,
commanding at Havana, reports to the
. O. Patterson, a grocerman of Dur- ttt Carolina i-oKtuitra Nominated.
ham, kept a record of every pound of Washington, Jan. 12. The Pres-
hutter be sold during 1897 and 18U8 and : janT t-rls.v TTnin teA th fr.llr.w-
he finds that it amounts to tbe enor- ; t
mous sum of 24,000 pounds. "hiS.-n.. w n...
va u. wnaviaucb vcu v v vinn
ford, Marion; Henry D. Mayo, Lit
tleton; J. K. Moose, Lenoir; Eliza
beth C. Pool, Elizabeth City.
Virginia Wm. H. Parker, Hancock.
Say "No" when a dealer offere you a
substitute for Hood's Sarsaparilla.
There is nothing "just as good." Get
Golds bo ro
Falling Creek s
Core Creek s
a. M. r M.
Lv Weldon 11 80 9 43
Ar Rocky Mount, 12 62 10 36
12 12 .
Lv Rocky Mount. 12 5210 351.
-LV WilaOQ ZUH11 10
LvSelma 3 00 1
Lv Fayetteville..! 4 40 1 14
Ar Floienc 7 35 13 25
r. u. a u
AtlanU, Charlotte, Aaeusta, Atlanta.
Wilmington, New Orleans
New York. Boston, tticbniond,
Washington Norfolk Portsmouth.
Lv Magnolia .... j
AT TT UBUUjpUU..
TbuberipUoaprioof n A llll V
DetBorHUiaradaaed r AMI LI
DEMO RESTS FAMILY MAQAZTBKf.
mor tban a FABUIOK MAOAZ1XK. t
tboofB tt bb tao
6l of 1 fe'r Blbnia? ort?a e2ai
a. m. r. m. I -jBKrjg- It Bnaav vrntaaao
1 -UajK ar,
... .-A' Oi
12 451 taraay . .1.
2 12 j I wVfVj
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
8 6 30 8 4 50
.. . .... i
Tbe citizens of Morganton are mak
ing every effort to get a bill passed In
this Legislature to establish a graded
school at that place.
, Mr Robert C. Rivers succeeds Mr. D.
B. Dougherty as editor of the Watauga
?i el Don Yet.
Tbe Legislature did right to reduce
the t'sy of its employes. There is r.o
sense in clerks and door keepers being
paid more than members. We are
glad to know that it was our own ret'
resentative, Mr. Williams, who intro
duced the bill to make this saving to
the people. Siatesville Mascot.
The sb.ive came out on Jan. ti.b.
Il is now the 12 h and they are getting
the old pricr. Do you see. Ld J
A Senator rr marked the other day
that h '-always tells the truth, because
nenui not nave to siuuy 10 uo mat, var n0,.arfr,iWflt th. foiioarinw ds.rrs
. . . . :. . . . ui ...I . : .. I . .. .......nln 1 1 u I r . .
ui ! nuts siuui i. ik iu iit.fsiiwaiii , , nmmnrt- . Uniiorir lH!h. Pri.
wi n any ugree oi success.' nm con vste C. H. Eubank. Company I. First
tl.cts with th,j saying that laiy people Nortu Carolina Infantry, of typhoid
Wl'l nr, i t.ir, aroB.ua.iircuur ouu.c fev jonn M. KfSig. Civilian, teams-
in ut lie as an ru.c ttuj uir, uu uv. . Fourth Virei lia. acute alcoholism.
ttui r ,
FREE BOOK ON DRESSMAKING.
Uow to Dye and Wake Over Old Dresses
W'apa, etr., In the Latest Styles.
An edition of Home Dressmaking
for 1899 bas just; been published and
Ihe has m?.de special arrange
ments to give a copy of the book to
any of its readers who send the attach
ed coupon witu a iwo-cent stamp io
Wells, Richardson & Co., Burlington,
making a 32
tenrby an ex
p$f t dresmaker.
ed, and telling
If tha llaby U Cutting Teeth,'
be Mir- aud ue that old and well tried
remedy, Mhs. Wxsslow's Southing
vaip,or children teething. It soothes
the child, softens tbe gums, allays all
iaii, cures wind colic and is tbe best
mneuy Jor diarrhoea. Twenty-live
cents per bottle.
The slet last week broke down many
of the tlectric lights aud wirts. One
negro was killed while trying tore
place them. 2s j lights Friday nignt.
Wants to Put the State Under a Political 1
The negro-howling Wilmingtor '
Messenger is opposed to an educa
tional or property qualification in or
der to vote. Wants to disfranchise
everybody in every section, even all
Democrats who do not belong to the
machine. Read and digest:
"Let the amendment provide for
the election of all county officers in
such counties as the Legislature may
designate. These officers are to b
elected by a board "of magistrates
mark the word magistrates to b
chosen by the Legislature Thi
will afford protection to the taxpay
ers, t!ie burden bearers. It will pu
the powfr where it belongs. It wilt
gjve control to business qnalifict
tion, xperience, intelligence and h
tegrity. It will rid North Carolit a
forever of a nuisance."
"Many a good citizen will vote i r
tbis amendment who would not su
port an amendment that required ed
ucational qualification "
The I lest Prescription forCbllM
and lever is a bot tie of Crov it's Tastk-
i kss l hi i.i. Tonic. Never fails to cure.
then why experiment with vu. t tilers
imitation!.? Trice 50 cents. Your
money hick if it fails to cure.
I . J. i; Hoover, secretary and treas
urer of the .State Farmer's Alliance,
wai in the city Friday, lie had been
down Kat attending a county meet-1
Send this coupon
with a two-cent
stnmp to Wells,
aud receive fjeehy
mail one cftrry of
T.i Cure a Void In One Pay.
Take Laxative llroino Quinine Tab-
for women aud children can be made
from old gorments that are out of
style. Send the coupon at once and
get. the book by return mail.
With this book will be sent without
charge, an instruction book forborne
lets. All druggists refund money if it ayeing, wmcii wur snow you
r.;i. ... or- ti.. ..nina h. make vour old clothing look like new
111) 1 . J tUIQ. 4.UKji A UC ' 1 . , T '
L 15 il. on each tablet.
by using Diamond Dyes.
Tha war thin nnnda dn Tanadilo.l Cant S. C. Rankin droppea aeaa on
with tbe remains of Columbus aboard, the street in -Fayetteville last Monday
bas arrived at Cadiz from Havana. I on bis way nome
Bounty la illo&U Dk(.
Clean blood means a clean skm.
beauty without it. Cascarets, Candy Ca i-u--
tic clean your blood and keep it clean t-
stirnng up tne lazy liver and driving all i
purities from the body. Begin to-day 1c 3
banish oimDles. boils, blotches, blackheads B
and that sickly bilious complexion by takinv;
ascareis, Deauty ior ten cents. All dr:s
Kists. satisfaction guaranteed. 10c, 25c. 50c
The Louisville Courier-J o a r w a I i
wants a Kepubhcan and a Denaoerr.
Dewey and Lee to constitute. tr-M
national Democratic ticket next year; j
it says a Republican and a Dent-"-.!
e.rat McKinley and Wheeler witF:!
compose the national : Repubtic h- fl
. : l i . j i i. n
ton Courier proposing Cleveland-a dH
Bryan, as the Democratic candidat. s
on anti-expansion platform. W"h-.,t
next pray ? Charlotte Observer.
Both Houses of the New York tejgi-
laiure ac noon 1 nesaay c noose unaun
cey Depew as Senator.
jof the Spanish
READY FOR SALE J
T EVERYWHERE J
J r JANUARY 1st, 1899. J
The Battle Calendar
of the Republic
EDGAR STANTON MACLAY
Histodan of theU. S. Navy.
AMERICAN ANNUAL. '
PRIOS 25 CENTS.
U. City Depot ... 8 50
STATIONS. Daily ex
Ooldsboro 11 05
Bests s 1143
LaG range s 10 32
Falling Creek s 10 22
Kinston 8 10 12
No. 403. No. 41
Lv New York, Penn.K E 11 00am 9 00pm
Philadelphia 112pm 12 05am
Baltimore 315pm 2 50am
Washington 4 40pm 4 30am I
Richmond, A. C.L H Slam 9 05mm
Lv Florenoa. i 8 45....
Lv Fayetteville.. 11 20 ...
LvRelma ' 1 00 ...
Ar Wilson 1 42....
,j 8 15
. 10 20
Norfolk, ti. A. L...r ...S 30pm 9 05am I
Portsmouth 8 45pm 9 20am
featurea. It h mm
Utlac tor mmm
aartm t mt
bontiQld. aa4 tta
vartad aoalmti af
maatnc It jiri m
tkraUyTHXrAlf. ILY MAUAT1NK
It farnlabaa the
OF THE WORLD.
thouabu of the aawt lstaraatlac ai
pro(rraaiv vriUn of tha day, aod t
of the Um la rrarrtblfl Art. Ill
hcieoaa, BocMtv AS airs. FirUon. U
Mattara. 8 porta, etc. alnrla aaaabar fre
qoontly ooalalnlr g f roa SW to SU0 Am mm
rraTinirm. tnaainrlt th HiXST OUMFUCTK
AND fiOHT PRO KCb ELY ILIA' HTKAT1UI
uf UmUKKAT MOXTHUKB.
DEMORKoTS MAUAZ1KK Faabloa Do
parunnt la ia every way far ahead of taat
conuioari la any otbr puauoauoa.
Weldon U 2Kpmll 55am
Ar Henderson 12 5?iaml 4pm
Ar Durham t7 32am t4 lbpir
Lv Durham t7 00pm tlO lam
Lv Marnoba ....!
Lv Raleigh 2 16am 3 40pm
Wades bo ro.,
.. 4 23am 5 58pm
5 07am 6 50pm
5 59am 8 lupn.
6 43am 912pm
Charlotte 7 5Oam10 25pm
Hubacribcra areeoUtlad aaofa aaonlb UptA-
terns of tha lataat f aahloDa ia weaaaa'a at
tlra at o ooar to rasa otbor thaa taat aaa
oaaary for postac and wraaaiag.
NO BETTER CHSISTBAS til FT
than a year'a aubamptioii to DaJf ORCSTI
MAGAZINE can to auaoO. Bj ButacrMMaf
maaarino at tao r-
p. a. I
Lv Wilion 1 42
ArRocay Mount, 2 33....,
Lv Tarboro 12 -2t"-j
Lv Rocky Mount, 2 33'....
Ar Weldon 3 39 j
r. a. a. a.
7 15 9 35
8 55 10 W at ones yoa cuintUM
.....iv iu ii uo j dacrd onoe. atxl will
1 aonto ZVo nt X-aoaa Wambar artta Ua
a. r. a. r. I ufal pan4 pleura vappl-tnactt.
l IV.l S1? "I Kamlt 11.00 try rooty m)r. rarfeUr 4
12 5311 57; 1 20 trrorcnock.
Ar Chester t 03am10 6bpm
Ly Colombia, CNALRR 6 00pm
Ar Clinton. 8.A.L ! 45axn12 14am
Greenwood 10 35am 107am
Abbeville 11 03am
Klerton ................ 12 07pm
orAtfena 113pm 3 43am
Ar Wil der. 156pm 4 28am
Ar Atlanta (Central tiniej . 2 50om 5 20am
12 53 ..
1 44 ....
a. a. r. a
a 5 47
Itiverdala ..... .
Atlantic... ... ..
. a 940
. f 930
- f 922
1 8 57
. f 829
.. 8 820
. a 806
. f 759
. f 755
M. City Depot
W. Water stations, f. Stop on Signal
Telegraph ttiaa. t Passing point, s.
B L UIlUBnp
,, BO YEARS"
j I N. T
No.402. No. 38.
Lv AtlanU (Central time)12 OOn'n 7 50pm
Lv Winder 2 40pm 10 40pm
Lv Athena. 3 13pm 11 19pm
JClberton 4 ldpm 12 31 pm
Abbeville 5 15pm 1 35am
Greenwood -5 41pm 2 03am
Clinton....... 6 30pm 2 55am
Ar Columbia C. N A L. R. R. 7 45am
Lv Cheater, 8. A. L 8 13pm 4 25am
t Daily except Monday
Train on tbe Scotland Neck Branch Hood '.
lea rea Weldon 4:10 p. Halifax 4;2S p. m.,
arrivea Scotland Neck at 6:20 p. m.. Green- .
1 35am I ville 6.57 p. m., Kinston ? JA p. m. Retorn-
injr leavea aunston ivm a. m ureenru
8 52 a. nx,. arriving Halifax 11:1s a. m i
Weldon 11US3 a. m.
Trains on Washington Branch leavs Waab-1
ington 8:20 a. m. and 1:00 p. m-, arrive Par- j
mele fl;10 a. ra. and 2:40 p.m.. renmtnr!,
leave Parmaia 9:35 a. m. and 6 JO p. tu., ar-.
riva Washington 11.-00 a. m- and 7:20 p. na I
Train leavaa Tarboro, Pi. l, aally exoept
Sunday 6:30 p. m., Sunday 4.-05 p. ar
rivea Plymouth 7:40 p. m- 6 p. m-, moid
Imr leavea Plvmouth daily exoept Sunday
7:60 a. m- and Sunday 9 a. m.. arnvaa Tar
boro 10:05 a. nx. and ll 00 a. ra.
Train on Midland N. C Branch leavea
Ooldaboro daily, exoept Sunday, 7:10 a. m
arnvinc bm taneki an
Groat 8pacial CrabWnf Offer for Prompt
OHLY f 1.76 FOR
r8eod your eubaoripUoao to tale ofaoa,
...10 25pm 7 60am
9 40pm 6 05am
....1115pm 8 00am
Lv So. Pines
m- r tarn: tic
loaves Smithfield 9 00 a.m., arrivaa aX&AW
boro 10:25 a. m.
Trains on Nashville Branch leave Rockv
Mount at 4:30 p. m., arrive Kaabvdle 6.-05 p
12 05pm I m-, Suing Hope 6:30 p. m- returning ia
QOuam I dpring Hope 8:00 a. aa NaabviUe 8:3 a. i
i c rw &A
3 28am 12 67pm I 0 Clinton Btmuch leaves Waraaw
Ar Durham t7 32xn 4 16pro I for Tlinton daiiv. exoept 8usdav. 11:15 a m.
Lv Durham t7 00pm tlO 19am I and 4.10 n- m nrnrninc leaves f 'linton at
7.-O0 a. m. and 8.-00 p. m.
Train No. 78 makes eloao oonnaouon at
Ar Weldon 4 55am 2 45pm
Richmond A.C.L. 8 20am 7 35pm
Waahington. Penn R R. 12 31pm 11 30pm I Weldon for all points North dairy, ail rail
Baltimore- 1 46pm 1 08am I Via Richmond, alao at Rocky Mount wita
Philadelphia. 3 50pm 3 50am I Norfolk and Carolina R. R. for Norfolk and
HfW York......... "tiz3pm UUD I ui pomia xorui via nonois.
i I I A
S. ST JOHN. Vice President and Gen' I
I V. K. McBEE. Geu'l Superintendent
H. W. B. GLOVER. Traffic Manrer. .
T. J. ANDERSON, Gen'l Paaaengar Agt
Genera Offlcee: PORTSMODTH VA.
H. M. EMERSON. Gen'l
J. R. KENLY, Gan'l Man.
T. M. EMERSON. Traffic Manager.
Aayoae -mMnc a akatch and aaaaiailaa mm?
oalcklT aaeertain oar ootnioa tMa waataar aa
InTenUon is arobably pataotaMa, OoaMjaaea-
aent frae. OMeat agency .for aaeattjataateata.
TatenU tafcan tXroaa Maon A Co. raaah
fecial notie. wltboat oaarn. H tM
amu ta ymm wmrmr yw UM I
a.r. ruiuf ion MLB. PTW
iwutM Am mttm far t in.., miti-
THS "VORLD, Puttaor Ba&ajs
A handaomely flhiatntad weakly.
ealattoa of any acarnuao . loaiwaL
voaeh (oraa. Taft. M tj
11 Ufm wBi. aattMly. mmnAmAlj
aaa.ai. aaaaujcaraat aw.i
fmmnttr.f-i ttmmA bm
uaat lilirn Hp aae taai tmm mm
- To anit tobacco eaaUy and forever, be mw
kecic. lull of life, nerve and Tiy or take No-lo
Bac, the wonder-worker, that makea weak Bjc
stroDg. AB OragKista, 80c or ft Cararoaraa
ad aaxnpla free: juxireac
Oa. Caieaso or Ilea Yert
f A J 4t
are a sooxce of comfort. TLey
arc a eoarrs cf c. also.
If too cure for -vvnr child's
n-ith. tsnd for iuusuated
book oo the djaorders to whUa
chMrea are aul'ject, and
hicta prey's Vermifuge
for 50 year.
w mm mmmw
is dee not only to tho origiaalHy mmm
implicity of tho oombtaatioa, tat alae
to the care and akiU with wkkh H la
mannfactored by arieatiae proeeeeea
kaoara to tho Cauobxia Fm SraCT
Co. oaJy, and are wriah to laipriaa apoa
all tho latporteaoe of pai 1 laaslias, tho
true and orifinal remody. Aa tha
ceBwiac 8ymp of Fya k maaafartared
by the CAUFOftaiA Fm flraup Co.
only, a knowledge of thai lact will
aasiat one ia awoidlaa; tho
imitatioaa aaaaafactarad i
tiea. - Tho ahjh ate od lay of tha Caij
voasiA Pm brarr Co. .with the aaedi
cal profession, aad tho aatasfactkaj
which the reaaiao Syrap of Phja hae
crlvea to aaillioaa of faaailiea, aaakvee
the aaaae of the Coaaaaay a faaraaty
of the exorilcaoo d iu reeaod. It ia
far ia advaaee of an other laantlvee,
ae it acta oa tbe kidneys, liver aad
bowels withoot faritatttar or
lag theea, aad it does Dot gripe
Ia order to ret lie 1
CALZTOrOA HS STltC? CX