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March 23, 1899, edition 1 /
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TVBUBUZD IE VICKY THURSDAY.
Bff TH- CAUCASIA PCBLIHHIHO CO
Enteral at the Iot Ofllce io Kaleigb
N. C-as aecond-claM mail matter.
ELECTION FRAUDS,:iNTIMIDATION AND
"T 1 1 K MOST PAINFUL V OT K
KVKIC OAVK IN MY LI FK WAS
FOK Til EOONUT IT II I" I O N A L
AMKNDMKNT. I DII NOT GIVK
THAT VOTK AS A DKMOCIIAT,
NOR FOK TH K SL KSS OF I MF
I K M O C I i A T I ( ; ' P A K r Y : UK 'A USK
I VKKILY IJKLIKVK THAT IT
Wdlif.D UK I.KTTKK FOK THK
UKMOCKATIO PAIMY FOK IMF
N EO HO 'I O O tS'Vl N U K A N I SS U V
IN POLITICS. IIUTI.GAVK TIIF
VOTK. liKL'AI'HK I F KLT IT
WOULD' UK l;KTTKK FOK TIIF
POOK'.NKOKO WK HAVK I.KAKN
KOTO LOVK FOK INS FAITHFUL
NESS.M VOTKO FOK IT, TO PUT
AN END TO KI.KUTION FKA UIS
TO INTIMIDATIONS AND MUKD
Kit. I (J AVE Til AT. VOTK FOI
Til K U( 0 D OF MY POI'l ' L I T AND
WHITE KKPU l.I.M' A N' FKIKNDS
WHO COULD, I F TH K NKOKO WAS
ELIM INATKD FItOM POLITICS,
DISCUSS Til K (JKKAT STATE AND
NATIONAL ISSUES WITHOUT UK
1NO CALLED "HLACK-II KAKT-ED."-SENATOK
OSISOKN K, I N Til K
LEO IS L AT UK K OF 18WI.
UVe tlUo'Mw-e. lipjwla, lieaartts, CotwtV
paJkm, sour U-nui'-U. lixtipestioii sre prmftJv
cured by Iloli I'.U. They at
easily and tToroiiifl.ly.
Beit after dinrnr
2&eat. AU iI:jkWi.
Prepared Jy C. I. If I &
Tlw only PHI to tak ". I "-'
threaten to d so, naltss tfiey votej
with the D?tn rats, or not vote or1
ran &t ali.
Acj one ca read between the
lines of certain political pipers. And
find that thy advocate the amend
men! with the tape to g-t the netrro
k - i : . : . i i 1 i
Call a Mafl HOlU TWO UttlCeS af,Repablien partr a white man', par-
ty po alt the manufacturer and mill
cueu can vote with the Republican
party fcr the principle of protection;
and m am. trier claa. such &s brother
Uaiiey, of the Recorder, and others
who have good larje salaries and
fwiitirai .io.iii-ik pihur, Tie batik ttock can vote with the Krpub-
tuu Bui '.imuin-!iiiwriti Do'ng licin party because it is a srold a tan-
the Same Time?
i ISAAC SMITH AND WINSTON
printing to two Democratic houses.
The Caucasian' is informed that this
action of the Democrat in taming
down Barnes Bros., the lowest bid
ders, and giving the printing to two
Democratic houses was protested
against by a number of Democratic
ine mbers of the Printing Committee,
and that it was only by a vote of one
majority that their action was taken,
liarnee Bros, are now out in a public
statement sayiDg they would be glad
to take the contract for the public
printing that was awarded to Ed
wards & liroughton and to E. M.
Uzzfell at a figure at least one thou-
lopu Mflu' Curir k gro !! Their
t.je open Mn'lun l.w One-Mrteil
I -i orralt ml i .X.rofn to Kue Itu-
erttn tut the r'.-rre BUI In ritln
A I ilhy: leuiorrat c rr'jr Walking
Out of ir.
If jckokt, N- C, March 20, 99.
The molt tht people see and learn
what the Legislat ure did the less they
are picas d with it.
JuJpirp from w.at we hav sin-n
and heard iht in ?ay about ntre, there
dard party. They want "sound
tuney," money tnat will bay more
of the products their brethren on
the farm have to sell and that too at
Kb? than the cost of production.
I am cO guessing on this. I have
hard enough to know what I am
saying is true, and they dare not de
ny it and hold their reputation for
coasisteacy even in conversation
.ow loos at tne principle, it is
reachery. It is an imposition on
'he Democratic party. It is enmity
within. It is more honorable to leave
the Democratic party and make a
b ld, open tight against it, tnaa to
it to its
are thousands of g-j-id white m-n, old
and young iu the State, who voted remain in and help to lead
Ko n. minil Hi k ,t Ut full. thit own destruction.
imj U . . -" -- . . .... , mv i i
:n rr. f. frt. k. r,.rt oaca oistory puts uuas aown as
Will UCiri . iv . j 'A""" I lU ..,.... , IT.. ..,
i iiiu Lucaucsi. man. jllo was a uiu
m t II j X.' 1 1 .... I
i npv win nor. u fo iur iiie t;auu if. .1 t 1 1 . . , r u . 1- .j 1
1 I 1 1 , 4k. tU. n ' . . . I IC5MJU IU1IUWDI UL IUO IUCC& HUU i'" W
WDU - that they did not tuinu tueir prom- j jesu3 Iie doubtless knew he was
tbefetwo nouses, mere never was lge8f bat did jua tne opposite ot a dteVii uat he wanted the spoils.
a legislature that seemed to be more wnat my prom-seu. He wanted to see the treasurers of
ann,r, for r,nlitil nie than The Populists are in ttao spirits.
J n j r- 1
this last one, or one that went to
further lengths to fecure every of
fice and all patronage in sight or
that could be created. It seems that
tht-y assumed a chow of virtue in of
fering to let the public printing to
the lowest bidder and then backed
from their own action when they
found a Democrat did not get the
job. There may be some explana
tion that can be made by the Demo
crats, if so, Thk Caucasian will
take great pleasure in publishing the
facts. But from present writing the think it 'better than the '90 law
the covern merit. Hn believed the
They teel tuat. what they have bfeu 01(j Bibie- Llke others. he construed
charging an nine, ine uomocrais lt a8 iiterai. When Christ came he
have uemonstiated. Any tarmer can bQ was the promised ruler and
meei a i?moBraue punnumu nuu pui thought he had come to take contro
him in h hle on wua: mey nave of th e government .so he iined in
done. I f,,r the snoils. when he had cotten
And tho Demr.crat3 cannot explain Hii Qe couid out Qe lU and foand that
their acts, cotitrastfid with their nhrist' rftio-n on rth. fnr th nr.
promises. Not a thiucrcan they boast en was goon to ciOSfl. he c-oea to the
. j n
ot before the people. iNOt even or n,her side fnr mnnev and nnnanlAtinn
a i i .Mna nan : . . I p I .... V
inai Tiuu wu givfu iu iuc neo
schools, which is the best thing they
Because the machinery of. the
school law has too many fat j bs in
it which will absorb too much of the
school fund. Tbe teachers do not
In our last issue there appeared a
very interesting and thoughtful com
munication from Mr. Lindsay I'ur
gason of Rutherford county. Mr.
Purgason suggests one solution of
the negro question in politics that
deseryes attention. If any of our
readers failed to rt ad that communi
cation let them turn to the last issue
and read it. Mr. Purgason was the
to be decidedly
mj Down "lb niilltmiin'i ituruen."
A subscriber to The Caucasian
has sent us the following bit of verse
wh eh we publish as a contribution
to the big volume of poetry which
the Kipling poem and its numerous
poetical criticisms would make if
The teaohers claim that the people
had just gotten acquainted wlth'the
law and had begun to like it. Then
it was, in this sfction, free from pol
itics. Now the milk is all to skim
over, and is iu politics
ana sens himseii tor more money
Judas was a political traitor, opera
ting under the cloak of a sincere be
liever in Christ. He was not a Chris
tian. He was in for the money there
was in it. There are several po
litical Judases to-day o'ethed in the
garb of, Christianity.
i believe tae purity has been kept
up from Christ's day to this. It was
A C3NSTCSU3 AIWRSITY.
"Out of Sight
' Out of Mind.
TW- .Arruiuimltllt flf th Chit
in other months forget lj,. uhttrr9Tt writing to that papr
the harsh Winds of Spring. Ifrom FayetUrilU, undtr daU of
'But they hive their use, as March 4th. says:
kfr,. tf, ThOberweorTtijctiAcesFm
bad air accumulated after
Winter storms and Spring
thaws. There is far more
important accumulation of
badness in the veins and ar
teries of humanity, which
needs Hood's Sarsaparilla.
lie sentiment in throwing oat a ora
of wernlng against taking for gtani-
d tha earrTinr at the ballot bos of
the suffrage constitutional amend
ment. It will require bard work from
the rank and file and leaders of tn
party. There is certainly no elend
on the title of tne Cape Fear Dem
ocracy to orthodoxy, dut the writer
is sororised at the number of lead
sum Kht-aM iua fvwvw s
the blood as nothing else can. It cures I ng Democrats whom he meets op- lootl If It wm eur i "j -nri..
scrofula, kidnev disease, liver troubles. , . . Thnlans Fe-ru-aa has a potla rroord n
rheumatism and kindred ailments. Thus DOW'd to tke mendment. The clause catarrhal trouble. It ti
it gives perfec t health, strengtn and ap- about tne "grana son 01 nis grwu
f 1 1 1 It
:; It briag
V .varalgla o
Tr.t placaateo.. Lot of ror'
hmrm catarrh ta tb hn.wH"-.
ladigUon aad kMney mmemm:,
U U all eatarra.
Van eatarrh U ooJenxnoa
W piaia that ao uci irrtimm
rtaoh it. Catarrh U yatemic: it muat
1rkJ oat bvth rout. 1 l-e um
bercer it U
Dkak Hrithv a1 Fk::,
t'rn te hrby Btifi-4 that ti.
rrne t Li sgtoe. oa tt t
petite for months to come
Kidneys " My kidneys troubled me,
and on ad vie juok Hood's Sarsaparilla
which gave prompt relief, better appetite.
My sleep is refreuning. It cured my wife
also." Michael Boyle, 3473 Denny Street,
Dyapepaia Complicated with liver
and kidnry trouble, I sutlered for years
with dyspepsia, with severe pains. Hood's
Sarsaparilla made me strong and hearty."
J. B. Ejierto!, Main Street, Auburn. Me.
Hip Disease-" Five running sores on
my hip caused me to use crotches. Was
confined to bed every winter. Hood's 8ar-
futher" is MDaiaIlr decried as a
The suffrage amendment referred
to above, which was adopted by tte
I last Legislature, is as follow:
THE SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT.
Section 1. That Article VI of the
Constitution of North Carolina be,
and the same is hereby repealed, and
in lieu thereof shall be substituted
uinar ilia saved mv life, aa it enred ma ner-
fectly. Am strong and well.- Ajihis I the following Article of Said Co nsti-1
KOBEBTi f rourin si., ran mver, aw. .
Suffrage and Eligibility to Offic
Qualifications of an Elector.
Section 1. Every male person born
in the United States, and every male
person who has been naturalized, 21
I - . ... a
GOLD BUqSIAND: M0N0PLISTS years of age and possessing the quai-
ARE CROWING. ifications set out in this Article shall
Kver since the last election. .nd be entitled to rote at any election by
npillv me tho WiUtnri ad- the Pe0Ple in the 8tate exCPt M
journed, the Charlotte Observer has herein otherwUe proyided
Hood' Pllln care lli Ilia, tha aoa-trritatlaf an
only f mlmrtlc to take with Hood'a 8raprllla.
STOVE TRUST PUTS UP PRICES-
Iarrea of Tea Per Cent. Agrvod
Chicago, March 22. The stove
See. 2. He shall have resided in manufacturers, who met at the Au-
not tainted with that heresy.
Jones, and "our noble cause," and the Sta.te North Carolina for two ditonum Hotel yesterday, declared
hoRatin that the Leciiilatnra w.a years, m me county six m , nw ana upon aajoummg iu. w,UK i
Tr will I m tne precinct, wara or omer eiec-1 increase in prices ui raw
TWrtT'Th I iuvukM aval aa vwaaa a a r " - v
ference being, Judas was punished r--i;o mir;ni.v .ni Arm election: Provided, That removal I agreed also that still further advan-
one devil to eleven saints then, and be rembered that it was the Charlotte tion district, in which he offers to they were compelled
I believe it is that to-day. The dif- Observe! that tried to carry North vote four months next preceding the prices 10 percent. It
ference being, Judas was punished p-rnlina for M'JTinlv a.nd to defA.t election: Provided, That removal agreed also that still fu
The n whUe inTell Bryan in the last campaign, of 1896, one precinct, ward or other ces will be made the n.ar future.
en. No money can get themto forever fo peaking and covert manner difl to other in the The 10 per cent. .ncrea.e ?ll take
the Democratic ticket.
p.nllen.ted and nrinted. Oar subscri-
i i l t : ,1 4 I 1
from his county in the Oeneral As
sembly of 1897, and was one of the
clearest headed and most valuable
members of that body.
author does not
for these lines any particular poeti-
They L,irpn in oirt JndR ,wth a jn. L.v.;i ,Air. .nnAVf us- Tf same connty, shall not operate to de- place at once and the second within
will all vote against the amendment. da8 with the lights before him de. wm bjj remembered that it waa'the prive any person of the right to vote sixty days. Ninety per cent, of the
Ibl r!!!'" ,L LUS1S served physical death, so with the rwlott(4 oh that took the lead precinct, ward or other eleceion stove mannfacturers in the country
lg,!fflr!illutQeSeJaaaS- in onnosin. anv rdan or effort to Strict from which he has removed are said to be in the agre-unot
As Pooulists eome in and o Rfc Lnit it. tho last Stat eamnaurn ;n nntil after s nch removal. No person About two hundrrd were prrseutat
them "how is everything," they will 1898 the silver forces that united and who has been convicted, or who has the meeting
them and vote with the negro against
the amendment to get the negro to
vote with acd for them for State and
county aiid Legislative offices.
They my vote fome that way and
say "our boys are quiet while the carried the State for Bryan in 1896
confessed bis guilt in open court
upon indictment, of any crime, the
rt a i mcavMT nnr to ni io t n a onnri m an re i in i i . a
v. Mv, I vote some oy rear; ana aown easr, n,mn.,4a tua ia;Di.
they contain may not be clothed in will count thtm out or in, as will ture .'' And they will all tell vou by over twenty thousand majority, j uu, v.o., voicnic Kro.K..
that beautiful style a la Kipling, nor best suit them, wow see it they do that the popuiist3 are more determ It will be remembered that it was Psuineni oi wnicn is, or may Are grandt but skin Kruptior.s rob
in truth, possess even the merit of no- . tl T ined than ever, and have decided to the same Charlotte Observer that tuerea"eP be impr 1800,116111 ,B the nre of joy. Buckln. e Arnica sale .-urea
waut LO ill Olive iuio uiuuuoill . n tn ,n,k .1 - ....... Sfats nniAii shall ha nA,mittail 9r I LurUJ. lu wiu, iuiiuikk suu tr,ri
the ne?ro countifs Winston's conn- 1
a .hi.. . a I tit' ! i.:n I .. v ...I A " 01
an account 01 me murueriuK ot uve wue, yet me wisu, mierenuauy ejt- ty for instance tne amendment will crus have
or six negroes in Georgia the other pressed, that Mr. Kipling will soon be voted dowa and the Democrats for certaiQ legislation. Now our ryi
In our news columns will be fouud the familiar verse of Josiah Allen's
Lari,.ws.tl..taa..ai..,, Bute prison, shall be permitted to "0.0,.n..Aud,.ft
Lt TlrlZSL nnr T of the Cleveland Democrits and the vote unless th 8ald Person shall be wltit VuUf liruit niir,)N scslda!
n&JSSSF ZwbZS Bryan Democrats-a fusion of the fi"t restored to cititenship in the Chapp Und-. ,!!V!
cwred many thouamnd during ita iori
...r of um br Dr. llartroan. Kemd
Dbab Sias: I have ud your Ym
ru-aa for catarrh and neuralgia not
over aix weeka. aad rind it 111 do even
m9n tkan ju !aiui for it. 1 havs
uid sarmjaof tiUTerenl kinda and go
no reliaf. I waa almost a total rrea
until I oommencW uaing your I'e-ru na.
Yea may publish this statement if it
will help any poor sufferer. i wsi
one aiok in bed. not r ble to rait my
head. After I heard cf your medicine
I determined to try it. Aftrr telin
it a short time I va stronger, and M
waa not long before 1 was out of bed,
and now I am stronger than ever."
nrday in April Best at 11 a x
nK-Alhawr tcd c: .
delegatioe. Krerjbdy i it j
meitbera or th AUaer a..t. y
a a a. .1
m arm i.l .
speaker. J. r. wicbh, u:.
ltoir, of Charlotte. N .... . .
b prent U addree ua on U! m'
caivn. Talk to your Bvighln ri t:
Ct them to com with jou. s
bo an vecaaton of arrat;ii;t-r.
Oio. F. Ih.-.
A QUICK CUE FOR
ii COUGHS AND COLDS.
VtSlV vaioamc neii h
X aVeetteas of the
? THROAT OR LUNGS
tsr(e Bettles. Ste.
t DAVIS A LAWRKslCC CO., t.
iauv o ro o e. . . .
rot ai. mr
.H brroit ard Irurs'..
ixl . ita
w T'tiia44iiaian4lTtSPATkr,,. i i
PI. U. M. ttXZB S SOSS. Ma K i . .
Positions Secured . . .
We aid hoe wbu stt gott-rt u,t'
poaitions: t0.t places undrr n
Srrvir rules: .. yrsrlj i-.c.
ment. War crrate" a demaiid l.r :
employe within t month
Kareaal 1 1 it Sen Ire la!tu tit
12S Filth Street X. K.
CdKrt-ts u h illi.JtH-. U .- fc
dn t'il m.lH-l !: rr if ih- . .
a.it I i ..'r tnn t4 xif ' . . .
an"! i ivly ti kl In . 1 ti'J '
l4uiinc i"rr " diii .h
run- .M-.lciH. lev,-r.
and ii.io itHa Vaia Vuy aud r i i
otCCCt(MiiT;H ' ju4ta. Nu
tfuaraoutcd to -ur L il dnw -iu
i i . i i I . .i . . i il irri Moll r-v ulnnr n.1 I h (. t iq tha Tiro t?Ii . . . - . K ...I tw a nnnw nvaaaai tVArl r v 1 e W
day who were cnarged wit u naving write another poem and let tne pur "l" w" t J I o jys are doing the dragging, and it gold and monopoly Democrats with r,MUlOTU aches. Onlr 25 cents a tox. Core guar
"The White " w;,f urts- VVe ?.ave thl8 . advantage: the silver and anti-monopoly Demo- Bec- a- Per8on '
burned some stores. Tho negroes lie have a rest on his
had been arrested, were in the hands Man's Burden," appeals
oy tue wav, now aiu vviosiongei nn,,,. aaiA .fi
lis sn -I.....1 . u i i a I . " ""
eieuieu io me uctisitiuic, n,u vuow Tho thaw mora (ka "..lvo
.1 II.. I -IO -1 . .1 .. il. . i LI!. L 1 .it. . , I ""'' - --" J "..v UVIUUIVUO.
ui uid inn uuii rig auu nviv anaiiiug siruugijr mat no (luuiiou liid tciso i ,i ual Was ins
votes or mort i
trial when they were taken from the with editorial commendation.
officers and murdered. If this had lines are as follows:
or precinct where masked men wnt
I avt1 onif ytif Via 1 1 rvrif O O n1 c? ri vttfi
occurred in North Carolina last year o I lay down this : "The White Man's of the jaageS and took the ballot
certain ieiuocratio newspapers , , v boxes away aud never counted them
would have said that the negroes And Lke the whlte man 8 burden when they contained over 100 ma j r-
were encouraged to burn the stores liy giving him rest and a chance to itv af?aiost tiie DemocraUt Let us
l near. xur. vy maiou couiu itii it ne
on ftrnunt. nf fiiairm mlu nml fVmtl
. ' . I Sometbinir else in the public press
a w ca-o ucvcasai jr iu uuiurJi tuuiu tv
teanh th nAirrnns a laann tfP r.t iNow wny not vary tne subject a
preserve white supremacy; but it now
seems that it is a part of "the white
man's burden" to outrage and com
mit murder even in Democratic
do1v Demo- oec - very person onering io anted.
crats in the interest of gold and voie 8nau DO ai ine ume a ieKy
majority, 11 or lo Now we e' tell them that Wfl ..fftnls monopoly, behind the cry of "nig- c.u
Was it in his town hij kaH th. t, sirtm, . o-&r ao Tii K-e rMLn.i it w ill and m the manner hereinafter pro-
v' w vv aU'u jvu. UV1VU1VUO U1U) I O y j r aw vtaaj
and they can't answer it. be remembered that after many and vi(Jed bv law and tne General As-
lhe Democrats are curious to iAnj;MI,,;n.IAf piAvoiBn . sembly of North Carolina shall enact
t"oDdo tnloealwhtrMr? and Bryan's plan before the Damo- general registration laws to carry in
Ann"' is going to do, and where he cratic State Committee, that the gold to effect the Provisions of this Ar
stands on the amendment. The buers and the "nifirerer" won bv a vote
cure ou eartu. llriwa ouliaina and
Sold b all druvariatn
This is admitted Sec' 4 Every Per80n presenting
himself for registration shall be able
And talk about just for a change,
A way to narrow the field of his bur
Instead of to widen its range?
democrats nave no aonot as to wnere cf two majority.
I wonld like for some one down in mi i . bv the Charlotte Observer. In fact.
.. i i i h ( hki iui i HrH is r u n on m .ti tj nr r i . . . ...
Craven county to let us know if it is theSe men hold two offices. Take it boasts of its victory before the ' ref a ana w"1 "J or uie
true that Isaac Smith, the negro, Will Newland for instanee. an h Stat ommitt. Th rnlt wa. th Constitution in the English language;
Too Oood For Anirrlrart.
In Switzerland railroad fares have
been enormously reduced within tne
last few months. The rates are so low
as to astonish travelers. This is one
of the disgusting results of na'ionsl
ownership of railr-a, which has
very recently been brought about in
was hired to run tor the Legislature be a director of the nnitnti and i.i.: , j and. in addition thereto, shall have
- o i . 7 . . , ' Buoua.iiiK, uuimsouuB, iuw sua uirtv
ck kjisiivitoi too, uuiu mh tile saiiiH i . , . -
paid on or before the first day of
For every white man has bis own bur
And neither in nnnm nnr nrnae
The News and Observer says that Does he want to be told there are oth-
Thb Caucasian's review of the let? era
.slature of 18U9 published in our last Thsn lhe many he alredy knW8.
issue was unfair. The Caucasian So in the name of this burdened white
was of the impression that its criti- T 2 u .
..... . Let us rest from these burdens un-
oisms were very mud indeed, in fact, sought,
in which every great economic issue March of the e?v in which he Pr-
giusi wmiti mu ov tue a Solicitor too, both at the
crais. ii we misiaao not, a genue- time. There are varioQS other
man wrote us that bmith told the Re- aoat,
publican committee that waited on No one can tell ,Qst now how man was put in the background while the poses to vote' his po11 Ux 8 pre"
him to a?k him to come down in fa- hnnired new offices the last Demo- basest and worst n&asiona of man kind scribed by law, for the previous year,
vor or a wnite man, inai ne coum cratic ,egislature did make. In the aDDealed to which Mgnitfld not nd he shall exhibit hi receipt tbere-
rA'.iTrlr tenth Judicial District here, Har- " ? J PoUtaxes
raTe. Now if Sub, trTwTwlS & :9t L ad ZSt ZZ shall be a lien only on aasessed prop-
to guess how it was: They about him, aud'was talking of contesting the Legislature which has just ad- erty' "d PrCM 8haU iMUe l
promised him to stay in the race, nia a,annn t BmJL . 7 , . .... I enforce the o.nl lectinn of tha um
and if he was defeated, they would T " ,1 s" L 3onrnea- legislature eiectea Dyr-""-"-"-"- " "
or whatnupr I ., .... the cold svndicate. the mononolmtjtl
?-f - ine counties composing tne district. , " , T . Sec 5 No male neroon who was
I have heard of such rp.- i., j i. and th tmf. and a TiAtvialatnra tKa oec. . ao maie person, wno was
4UIO lUVa t H D LOT O U. L, ZbllU UOllUOl I a 1
m 7 a liim tha
we did not criticise all of tho things And especially give us rest from the am0unt it was.
that deserved to be criticised. One Thia The White Man,a Burden" hM things as this before. Snainhour abandoned his eontest for did nothinir that these mononolista on ,UUJ 1867' or at anv time
of the most outrageous and unfair brouarbt. bome democrats admit that the th offin.e. The oln linft nATnorat Li j - xr prior thereto, entitled to vote under
........... " lammnAmant nrill HtoFrannhiaa nnnv ..Z . . 7 I UDIDIUIIUDU I.U UDlOttl. 4WH ICb it Wl". . .
tningsdone by the last legislature ... - v "T Trto " K didn't want Bpamhour in. lie
1 . , . ... - Wtk. U.L.I. r..ii tw ... nuiio iucu unci iw
waa me wnue-wasning or the Wil- I w " 'J - read ad write and
ha anm ,nH na tttmt 1H anil 11 t.i.il T6aa aii.a Wflie, aUH
sons, clearly done at the dictation of rwmMrtw M Da" v" " ": sV ought to be disfr.inch
the advice of the laws ' any State in the United
trusted. So the man or set of men tional silver leaders had been follow'
sS8. f airi hono,ral?le tretnent, drop their high.toned, elevated, and dignified l08t6r "d VOU at 7 6leCtin in thU
)8 who cannot '7 0P remembered that if the advice of in tne miea
7u iu too independent, and had "messed D . , , A. States wherein ha then resided and
7 Sw too much with the Populists" to be Bryan, Chairman Jones, and the na- ZZlinT JA
iscd. If that is trnstP4l. s tho aat . man tional ailt.er ieadera had been follow- n0 hneal decendent of any such per-
the Southern Railroad, through their SYRUPJor children teething. It soothes their feeling in the matter now, what wha 0 to the Democrats exoectinir ed that we would have had instead a 1 800 8h" be denied the right to reg-
ln tne v,ui . . j i.l.: I . . ....
political overseer, Andrews. That tue chd, softens the gums, allays all hinders them tr m doing it
and other outrageous actions of the for" di and the Democrats V a !t'Sg0d. .5, teoi' ... camnaitrn. with all of the 7 JSkL State by reason of hi. failure to po
get the Legislature. "White man, ro:,r J rtV TJZZV?" and mnnonohata on nna .id ano -ii e educational qualifications
take notice!'' m 4 i.i.!: i4 i ' .n u- j t: prescribed in section 4 of this Article:
mwm - IA.WDTGU A..i auL csi uu uvjoii j Liin i a. mv am a. is n mi w n a iiinii &1111 j. ia i.i-iniiiiiiiM a a
THREE TRUSTS CONSPIRACY. o sve their lives you can't get a islatnre with thosft nf .q, ,qs AnA 'S7 . .4U . Provided. He shall have W eistered
Bmocrat to mention that campaign anA eurtm tua Z' 11BiB wu luw Wfcuer aiue, wttu a tun, -
Statb ok Ohio, City or To lb do, f
I.vcas t;ocTv, S
Fs.ki J.Chimt makes oath that
be is the senior partner of the firm of
b. J. Uhbnbt & Co.. dome- business in
the City of Toledo, county and State
aforesaid, and that said firm will par
the turn of ONE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for each and every esse of Ca-
tarbh that cannot be cured by the use
01 11 all's Uatarbh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before ine and subscribed
n my presence, tbis Gh day of Decem
ber, A. 1886.
A. W. ULEASOV.
t. J - Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken inter
nally, and acta dirt-ctlr ou the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonial, free.
r. J. (Jhbxbv CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by Druggist, 7c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
legislature are not even referred to cents per battle
in the last issue, but will be discuss
ed from time to time in future issues
However, we challenge the News &
Observer to name a single criticism
of the legislature made in our last is
sue that is nnfair.
A secret Cenaplracy to Raise Prioea on
Coffins, Coal Etc.
Chicago, 111., March 14. Coffin
ind show the difference between f d intelligent discussion of in "fiance with thU Article prior
In another column will be found
resolutions passed by the Joseph
Johnston Confederate Camp, of Dal
ton, Ga., endorsing Senator Butler's
proposition to pension Confederate
Soldiers. This is one ef the Camps
that sent up resolutions to Congress
last winter when the amendment was
before the Senate in opposition to
the amendment. It seems that a few
ring politicians who were
. 1 M-
run tne tamp, got a few members
THE FUSIONISTS MADE." It hurtS .
them to even think of it. And they io be entitled to register under
et an nnr ta 1 1 hnw ran n v ornrlhLiia I ' . . . I
manufacturers, makers of green glass ces the Democrats created. Some
flint bottles and the owners and op- one should go to the records and Had
Or is the difference only about $400 ant white mans vietorv for th -hit- tnw action after that date.
or $500? We will see. maf fti aTWi ,.:,.af .af. mTtA The General Assembly shall, at its
olies. There is not a man in North flwt MMion after the Option of
PARCNIP PnilPI FYintl Carolina, of anv nartv with a thim- thia amendment, provide the manner
It does not ! require ! an "pert to de- ble full of brains, who wUl deny or which the classes of person, pro-
erators of the coal mines in Indiana, out.
met here to-dav for the nnrno of . And the Democrats would give any
. r , thing tor a good long list of the offi
1 Lit., a. tlAfll II mf Iirinrt!! 1111 I I HIT llrl III II I M U I .1 LI f .1
Each of the meetings was behind which Tthe DZSabSS.'Eacb The ffilow. even doubt, the correctness of tWg vided for in thi. section shaU regis-
uivogu uwio, auu kuo muiiios ior i i'v."'. 1 me aarK, puny circles under tne eyes, D w viomuoimiug m-
information were met by the officers J-" i,ru,uu,,u,w onuK uacs great me sanow parsnip-colored complex-Monty or the voters of North
Carolina are against gold and
Sec, 6. All elections by the people
shall be by ballot, and all election
U I 1 . 1, 4 C. 1 I f 41 . 4.1 1 I ; : .
mamv0, ii 4V. -4: uatlOL iu" luccu, auu tue iou luumaies it.
" 7 , 4 . great sum of money paid to these A physician would ask if you had T , by the General Assembly shall be
by a refusal to disclose anything. incompetent officers and divide it out rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the monopoly and are for Bryan and I: J
.1. . 4 I hnAU- or near tha hino at-nmo,H .nM. I M 1 mi l i ii I www.
among me voters. i:r: 1 .'."Vl "'" w"-v" " "vor. iun way were not ineae 7. Kvr M in VrK
To restore the clear skin, the Bright I think Mai. Graham could eive us u",f7,,Vu'I.ua,. uJten?. or. a ourning toothir. rA . . . . . V "T
trying to Eye, the Alert Gait and sound Health, a few of them. If he can not, no one ZtlfL , pt88; rh. TV. I rtV IUia' eXC6pl " m ttM ArUCle quaU
'.J use Dr.M. A. Simmons'Liver Medicine Lft Thn v,. m.u an ! i?tl,?re ,8 an untisfied feehngas if not the negroes and the gold-bngs fled. -hall be eligible, to offico. hnt
j Qva W AOTT UIQUIUOI Ol -lVaA.e aSV UUM AUU a '-'A A AAV W IUU 1 W UtUSL D6 &b ODCG rCPCftCfQ 01" If I A 1 A V . j. . I S W -
together and passed the resolutions Flushed Cheeks, Throbbing Temples Democrats gave ns a better local urine has a briek dust deposit or strong ana monoP,wl8 wno were in 1116 mi before entering upon the duties of
I -VT- T -T .A . . f.l 1 AT A, Al A.A.1 I W -n AVI fw f AAAd AMAikAtat I Z tm I .
ODnosinirthe nenB;o,ail u x-ausen. wsiiiiuue, l,os. Appetite, isai- sen-government,, so mas ine poor ouor. -w wiwm n uwauw ho offioa ha shall take and anWrih
laiiv. oom luoul Inn CnmrtlnTiAn PimnU. T 1 4 v. I 1 .1 c iL I i'hn 4V, 4 . il. 1J 1 j i i - . i I
up to Washington, without the con- are warnings. Take Dr. M. A. Sim- missioners. By the wav. whv did ho time should be lost in removing the tw, kA..j .. toefoU?Wmg ath: ' " V do
HTir nr btti r. tkt i a v-f ma a ; a a. i a i iiiiiiim i .1 vnr mtminina 1
sent or knowledge of nine-tenths of mon8' Liver Medicine
the members. At the next meeting
of the Camp, the rank and file turn-
ed out in lull force, rescinded the
"I am Not Elobaon."
TlnmOAratiAHartv on t. wit tail mrA nnl. I . .
they appoint more commissioners in ca"se; , , 7. T 801eBmlT BWear or amrm that 1
Democratic counties? Was it because Day mav lead to gravel, catarrh of generated the silver men and anti- gUpport and minuin the constitn-
the Democrats elected incompetent r'SSJS fTT? 7 TY" Uoit SUte. and the
ucu,utuWtH ivr m drawing of the urine with instru- uuanuiisowwiTw constitution and laws of orth Caro
Dy8' menis, or may run into Brieht's Dia- did not want such a eamDaicn. for it I n i-.- ...
mi. i it i - ... i . r . - . -- l i iiiiBV. nni lnmiDHiiLHuL umnwiin. lin
a ue emtsuon taw is noi giving sai- ease, tne most aanrerous stasre of kid-1 wM : V . . . 7. "
isfaction. Democrats say it is no ney trouble. I " . " . " v that 1 will faithlnlly discharge the
other resolutions which were gotten Brenh&m Tex' special to the Balti
no bv the nolitiian on, i more Sun.
strong resolutions endorsing the But- Hon Wm Bfyan Paased through better and not as good as the one we .Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great them and ure wtory for the peo- duties of my office as
i . .
ier amenament. it remains to be I , , , . . i . Ti":r: 571 bladder SDecialist. is a nositive r-me- -
seen whether any of the other reso- wneree The crowd Sotjl con d f or 8uch diaease8- It8 UnSii . Ane
. .. . anriraA ahnnf V.im -J 41 I 11 Will D6 a Jireeuer OI TIOIS aoQ COS- n.i,! .,:,!. ..i ;f f., t ... I Da-rtrar ia nnv aanma
here today en route to Houston, did have. They condemn the part discovery of the eminent kidney acd pie. Cleveland and
lutions opposing the amendment
were secured in such an unfair and
oupetoiivivua manner. it grows
plainer each day that an overwhel
ming majority of the rank and file
are for the amendment. It is an act
of simple justice which has been too
The action of the last legislature
with reference to the State Printing
seems to grow more crooked as more
light is thrown upon it. It will be
remembered that the legislature first
offered to let ont the printing to the
lowest bidder, and that when they
found that Barnes Bros., the Popu
list printing house, had made the
lowest bid they refused to make con
tracts with them, but let ont th,
. v,uanone help me God."
a .nRrintrn r rk. n a am ...
I ee. . xna roil a wine e.iaasAa n
.. iir wi 1 1 nn j. nrofinAT nr rinra ann onn . ar . . i mm - - - -
surged about him and thousands :7" " , , : V, 7" world-wide and it is to easy to tret at server is now congratulating (Jleve- .u.n a: k..j
shook hands with him. STSS. 1aT- ?'Jl" "I one needluffer land, the gold bug. and the trust. rulTlll
i -i nvM.u uv. vuev ivi Buy leugiii 01 time i or wane 01 is. I , . .. rvmiu wav uuj ui
luioo xvuujr w.ruer, a young iaay toe practical operation 01 tne "torce However, if you prefer to first teat Muu mwuviwu.iB, auu crowing over at A mhtv Raaiw1 .11
iu : 4 4. j i , . I V.411 4 1. 1 1 i l. J I ;t i f ..- n, I :i :a. a j i . I . " - "" "
ui luu vitjr wameu to vary tne torm I iuiu iu amp uuwu nui, nuuumui meriLB, meuiion IBs I its victory, jx. imj oi rocaoning is
l 4: 4i. . j!..: - , i nv an arm eo mon annoinreri hv tha viuvabuh idq write to or. Kilmer Ar. I - mi i
Ul AMeT.uw uiHtinguisnea xse-1 -t . r -kit: , -7 nrt R;na.h.mtnn w v - - I coming, ma pwpw cing oe iooh t.j ft, .ft-ia-j ti,-:, m;h m j;.,
-i 1 party in auinority. Anis seems ana 1 ""-""",'" " wmuie . , , , 1 - a uui
wiaoa.au. i i - . ... i , i nnrciR ana nnntr t.p 1 ii n r eii ihnn it ea ua tvuww u i us ume. 1 m. at . 1
d v, , "yuuusto mens marsuaii law, ana hnth to . V"8. C "T" 1 meni peuumg, ana wnemer senten-
jjrjraii, iuiss vraraner uiusn-ithat the Democrats are carryinsr thel i-a, 1ai. i-.mof
: 1 :j . . , , . , 1 01-4- 1 t ... ... . ,w,n- 1 I ....
lugijr saiu, as sue eugea up to nimolttl 10 me uar& aays 01 4.0001 Story of a Slave
in the throng, "will you give me a BHS. "S.? aBOn;f , , t - To be bouna hnd Qd foot for years
kiss!" auo iioiieai jecoruerf ouitea py a oy tne cnains or disease is the worst
Ctft Kn rt t?.aTTtt1iaflOl-l Vki wrltA sn an n I fAkma art? cIawas mm Tk TJT!1li
hit t . . I Rv.iAvusi Asoui uiiwou, wui. wuu uaa uuimo uioiaiui. vcurxo 1. IT UllEmB.
mr. uryan was suprised for a mo- been actine with the Democratic of Manchester, Mich tells how such a Nebraska IndenendenL
pended, of any treason or felony, or
any other crime for which the nun
The People's Party vs. the Socialist Party, jghment may be imprisonment in the
ebraska Independent. penitentiary, since becoming citixens
The People's Party demand, that I nAmanraH15n?s m nI3???k
ment, DUt recovering himself: hA ro. nartv for eertain masons, arimita Slave WSS made free. He sava: "Mf
plied: "You will have to excuse me, that the -election law is one sided'' rb"
my dear youn woman. 1 am not ana fl.Pes ' " ot. .used.'' IT";-"1;"
w w v - v i UAf i fai mm 1 - -w i w aiwMBB w n u uuvuta ui uintia a ui ' a nil w las bibsvi I w. nn suiaiiB iiBTV fl as a aw wnn an an an ea inaiitiaHi aa a a&
The girl withdrew, her face crim- knows anything at all. he knows it Unnreme remedv for famiorrfi....l! dnnea shonld bolonir to tha Anmmn- L 8 The act shall be in force
son. was framed for that numose: that auicklv cures nervonaneaa. iiunUaa. I j ra.u s t. 1 irom ana airer us raiineanon.
the same tranir now in control has ness, melancholy, headache, backaehe.
Shorten tha tim. r ' "abnsad" a similar law. PArhana h fainting and dizzy snells. Thia mir. l86 the difference between these two
vara a voia ia um anit.
JJ&MgifiKtta-Motbtt and sppply Breast thinks it more honorable to count ele working medicine is a godsend to j propositions, he could not se the dif-1 . Take. Ji?18 Bromo Quinine Tab-
r'..: P. aa a e- " T I ... I UT Aal DT 01lr1 V n n itantfi ? TJI I . I lamina - All flmaVaVlafa ShaMtat aaAek.- IS av
Miut forun.w ny using b mmons' out or throw out negro and white a"0-i' dayUght and dark-1 n. tTr7mZ ' 'Jlll
VOtARthan to shoot than) rinvn nr Z S .T.. " . " - . ... . T
- v. nv k . m HAiimaiw ja. uam iiMi.MS.4 a nnut. a a. aa; a nn aatan Tamar
4 ju.vu.waai ftvu, IIUUIM, . I m. w viauaa vawivlw
Squaw Vine Wine of Tablets.
Catarrh i one of the mot oharJaaBiA
diseases, and hence the rn: -t difficult
to get rid or.
mere is but one wav tn phm t
The disease is in the blood, and all tha
pays, washes and inhaling mixtures
ta the wt ' can have no perm an ant
effect what ver upon it. Swift'a flao.
eifle oores Catarrh permanently, for it is
she only remedy which can reach the
disease and force it from tha blaod.
aat. B. r. Me A llister, of Uai-rodsburg,
Ky.t had Catarrh for years. He writeet
"I aoald aee ae tnprevmaDt wbaarver.
S I waa eeastaatlr trcautl vrlth saraH
aoa arasbes. aad dlSaa.
est Inkakng r-mriliaa
ta (set. I 00a Id feel thai
each winter I was were
thm rear prerloaa
. -Flaally It wal
VrouKhtto asy aatlef
that Catarrh was a blooj
oiaeaae, aad altar thia a-In-
over the Batter. I
saw lt was anraaaoaeaai
remoua unci aai
reached the surface.
thea declora to tri
ttrw bottles were need. I a
pUWe lanDroveaaent. Coattaalaa
.u aiaeaanai wu aoj ua cmik aw an
m jiBi. aaa a com pie t care was the reaal
rasmse all who have this dreadful eiaaaaw
aaaSsa their local trpstmenUtithhaaDeai
aeae taarn any pooc, a4 teas 6 D.B,in
ear aaateaa raeen tae dlaeaae aad care it."
To eon tin ue the wrong treatmeat for
Catarrh is to eontinae to seffer. Swift'i
Bpeetfic is a real blood remedy, and
eures ohetiaate, deep-seated diaeasea
which other remedies have no afreet
whatever upon. It promptly reaehe
Catarrh, and never fails to cure even the
meet aggravated cases.
1 nri U Till mm I
tsae;a 1 n"i iiiiiiitifi
h Purelv Yetre table, and ia tha mile
blood remedy guaranteed to contain no
Books mailed free by Swift SpeoiSs
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
.awa. AnnaaaWaB- ---awawat4 Ar3
11.1. aad artr
WRITE FOR CIBCDURS rJ
beanas; Machiaes wa saaaeTactere eni uat
Vnces before yoa parchaae any ber.
THC NCW HOMt Srwisjc, MacminC Co.
Most Attractive Wheel.
3 inch droD to hanger,
Fl&tcraokt, 2 piecet,
Thumb Screw idjoiW.
H& A-perfect fit'gch'c
Tool iteel cones-
Ara eaaj rnpniog,
Are high grade.
Are elegan.lv finished-
Wonderfal value $50. W want at
agent in every city or county.
THE SOUDAN MFOCO,
4HS Carrvll Ave,
aa?.tiT A?rfl ,3'n ,8M. 1 wl
U ?nyu2 ocon, at the residence
JniaJtl1? J' A Ki,,. a ot of Ma
chinery, to wit: 2 Boilers 18 and 30
-5T"?ower; 1 engine, 18 horse pow
er; 1 crist mill; 1 saw mill; 1 cotton
Sn ropes, and shaftiogs
jo same. The above property belon.
in to Julian A. KUlette SeeMee?
of Ale? Wl" kn J
M- M KiLurrra.
If eh 10th, 1.
msr 3 km Eo.,i
W. S. BAPNES, :
S General Manager. J
Oer brands are "LemonlW rapper"
Guano, Farmera Choice" Guano.
K." Goano and "B.B." Acid ptoospbate.
CST'Weaell to farmers direct and at
farmers prices. A borne com panjnd
not In a trust. Our prices are low sod
goods not excelled. j2
1 wrinir ?tejaAiss
Saaaa W OOLD.
' O "Ct"C c a
aa. Tea, or a actwJ-
aay other rrpatalalc baauaaoow-
a. icrmry scoool ia Ur V. a caa te mccm,rj
mmm little work at boeae for the Voutbf
aa lllaat rated aniaoaUitT Joo"11.
Aiaa; la character, saoral ia toec aaa
tatereatlBf aad proa table to 1"'
; read with latcraa mA tarofit bv pc
w - l ares, stories aad other tatcr"
aaWkCUlllastrated. Sa-aple copws
a ..anted, addrsas Yoaths AdvocaU r;
villa. Xaaa. fMeatioa
" "tx a wqcujbY
a uTi W aftt Baraa lmmm
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