The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
April 6, 1899, edition 1 /
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Ui Idi UllltitlUII ru-LisMiw-u
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lUCllJM f r.AU03,lAll-DATluN AHl
-THE MOST TAlXVLTi VOTE I
KVKIC OAVE IN MY IAVR WA
FUrt rilB:ONST IT U II ON A I
AMKSUMESr. I UIO NOT 01V1
Til A I VOIE A A OKMOLKAI.
NOK Full THE aLXCKri OF Till
UK-OUt ill-PAIMY; UE:aUs1
I VfciKll.Y UELIEVE THAT I
WOL'LO UE ll-ITErt.FOlt TIJI
DEMOuKAITU PAKIY FuK Till
NEliH'IOCwNUNLE AN HaUl
IN I'O LI I'lCi. liUl I. OAVE llil
VOIE ULCALaE I rEM I
WOL'LO liE UK ITER FOlt Till
rooilNKUKO ME HAVE LEAKN
EO to LOVE FOK 1J 13 FAITHFUL
NKvVl VOIEO FOK IT TO I U
AN ENO TO ELECI10N FRAUD.
TO INTlMIOAlluNS AND MUHO
Ell. I (JVE '111 AT VOTE FOi:
TUEOOOOOF MY lOl'ULldl'ANI
WUltE JtEl UULlCAN Fit I -Kb:
WUOLOULO, IF THE NEliKO WA
tr 1 1 u 1 v a 1 v 1 1 fc'ltnil I'Ol.lTIO
V 1 6C U 6 i 1 11 E O K E A T a T A 1 E A N I
X A 1 1 ON A L I as u fca w I T II O U 1 li r.
INO CALLED' -lll.ACK UEAKI
EO.M-bEN A I OK OaUUKNE, IN TI1F
LEUlaLA 1 UKE OF 1699.
THE LEGISLATURE AND THE PUBLIC
' All of the Democratic newspapen
are crowing over the sppropriatioi
- of one buudrtd thousand dollars mad
by the rece nt legislature for path
schools. We w&Lt to j -in them il
coigiaiulatiog the legislature to
thai one act; for it isoue of the ver
few thirgi done by the legislature
But it r quires no gteat amount 1
wisdom, patriotism, and courage t.
Tote an appropriation of money f
most laudable and popular pur
pose. Any leiruJature is, as a rul
retdyaud wiling to do that. Th
usual trouble is ibat ihey bare cot
the money to appropriate.
. . . . 1 w-
Wien Air. Worm, ine i eopit
Pai ty Treasurer, uccceded Mr. Tate
the D. mocrat)C Treasurer, four yeai 1
ago,' he f utid that the 3 ate wa
OTtr eighty thoustod dollar b'-hiiid
80 the lusion legislature of 1805 ha
no money to appropriate for publi
school.', but had to deise means ot
rauiog suQl Jent money to run th
State government, and to make ui
the dt Qcit from the Democratic ad
ministration. Bat, in the face of al
of thin, that fution legislature hat
the courage to inert ase to a consid
erate ixtent, the rate of tazatioi
for pub. 10 schooh a thing that i
took tome courage to do.
When the D.mocra'ic legislature
met in January it fouod that tb
Populist Treaurcr had over igit;
thousand dt liars on hand, making
difference bf one hundred and sizt
thousand dollars from the conditio
of the treasury whu the fusion lea
islature met in IS!) 3 Of course, ul
dor these cir utnstaoces, it was ver
easy for the D..moi-ra'ic legislator
to appropriateoneLuudred thousan
dollais for public school.", especial!,
when it was for a purpose not spe
cially ol j cud to by the m mopolie
and trum that contributed to th..
D.mn ratio campaign fund.
Toe auilm of this 1-gi lature witl
tefi rnce to ihe school law ii alf
noticeable. Daring the last cam
paign the Democratic newspapM
and politicians loudly denounced tb
fusion school law as a botch and a
an abomination; When tby cam
to prepare a substitute ior if, how
eter, th y were much troubled. Tho
found that the fusion school law war
almost perfect and was supriorn
anything that the State had ever hao
belore. Ttxey may not have knowt
this themielTes, but they Wire to!
this by the leading educators of th.
State who endorstd tbe law and wh
protested against the legislature r
pealing it and going bank to the olc
Democratic law. Sj they were lorcec
to endorse and approve practical!,
very important feature of the f usioi
school law. We congratulate them
upon their sense and caution, if no
upon thtir patiiotUm and noselfiii
love for the public school system, fc
itasdiog by the fusion school law in
spite of the fact they had denounctc
it in the campaign.
x This action of theirs, together witl
the appropriation of one hundreo
thousand dollars is the best thiov
done by the Itgttlatnrd, and one 01
the very few inings tnat will meet
popular approval. Hence we cat.
pardon the in for crowing over Ihu
one aor, for if they crow over any
thing they ..must necessarily cro
over this. -
"OUR TR iOPi SURE bF VICTORY."
The daify reports from the scene oi
war in the Phihpplue Islands canno
fail to have 'caused considerable re
flection on the part of even a casua.
observer of current events. One da
the Associ'u Prets repohs announce,
in gt eat Lead-lines, that "our troops
tie steadily advancing against the
Filipinosi" another day -that ' Gen.
Otis bat theaiioation noder control;"
another day that ''Oenaral Otis
tbinks there is no doubt about Lis
sutjagaiog the Filipinos after
j" .uo.iur'd y inr
was on yesterday a sharp engjge-
Caotes fa2y hzlt U. !ck3fa H worli It
eulas tie d;pett food tso lorj !n tt bowetj
and produces Lil;omcir, V-r.-A I -t. LaIV
cett'on, till Usit. e-xivsJ
tonie, lick bcaU'tf, In
somnia, etc. HocJ's W.S
ureeontiat!'n anrl !J lis
resurts.e.-i Iy and t:rotijL!jr. ZX. A!14nijrg!J3
Prepaid'! 7 C. I. II'xkI & Co.. InreH, Mas
Ine ouli V1m to to'-e wld UaoCt S&na&arlliA
aiot between our troops and th
lipioop, we Intt fl ty men tbe Fil
,inos .st heavily hot nt tohfr up
not another day lht "'Gecr'
)t s is r-pariBg to make a mi
igorons onslauvbt against the s'dV
oro Filipinos." O ly a fw da)
gi tbe announcemen' was that tb r
ai bfen aery sharp nf?u'ran .
al tbatonr soldiers fougbr Lravt-I
od sustained tbe deadly firn f tl
Aiipinos. with great course'; tb
'hile we lost a hundred or mro, tf
F.I piooi lost muh more beai
to. Tbisssmt dispatch contaioe
v list of the killed and wounded
ur men which made over a col u on
;n fine type.
No on has evpr doubted th sb 1
y of the United S'ates ?oTerLtnt
10 SQ j it ate tbe Flipinof, and, i
act, to kill and hnry everyone 1
tiem if we so desired. IfwHtbul
ot qur ucb an half fed, bhl'-il .i
J, and balf-savaire people in a bu
rd d fforent islands, th-re woi 1
no glory or credit in it for a rr
iviliz d government like tbe Uuit-
ates. Tbe question tor tbn Ames
in pf ople to consider is wbetbtr
ot it is right at d b-st fur ns to (I
ois thing. F rat, wbetb r it is r gii
ud con8itent with the principl
ipon which this government id Ioul1
; and, second, without even r
.ardmg the qi-8tions of right at
uorals, whether or not the game 1
vorth tbe ammuni'ion.
If we bad the Philippine Island
that would we do with th m! If w
i'tempt to govern thun as a coi
fiured people (1 thirg that must l
-pugnant to every American patrio
nd to every beliytr in a free g.,
rnmen) it will be necessary for 1.
' always k-ep a large stauding aru.;
t g-eat txpense, ready to sho
Iowa and to kill the inhabitants
hose Ulands whenever they evin
vie least desire for freedom, j 1st
heEjjtlis1! were ready to sboot u
'own in 177G, or to hang any of ou
-adicg patriots up by the teci
vbenever, by tongue or peD, tb-;
ared to express the sentimetj
htt we ought to have a fr-
government of our own. 15
sides, we will have tosendalaig
mmber of 1 ffija Holders to those Ul
iid who would not only draw thei
alaries from our government, lu
ho Mould consider it their piivileg
o plunder and oppress tbe F.llipiu...
r their personal profit and gai.
Vnat advantage could come to ou
eofld or to our govt rumen: froi
his great outlay ot money, this coi
uption in high places, and tb
sourse which would result in nece?
-ary murder to enforce our decrv-e1.
one whatever. There might be
iVw monopolists in this couotrv wti
?ould gobble up 8me francbis-s
aluable res urces of the islands t
hiir own personal piofi, wnile U
leSim and the Arnerican peoii
oted tbe bills and committed tl
rreater crimes .nnnessiry fortbn
personal gain. We pid Spain iwh
y million dollars for a Uwsuit. W-
ave already sent much moretb
hat amountsince in trying to es;a
'"h our claim, which, would be wor
han a whi'e elephant after we hav
von it. Tbis is the fiaancinl sA .
he transaction, bat the iff ct th
uch a course will have upon oi.
wq government at home is sti
n re serious and important.
No individual can ever eleva'-
limself and accomplish arytblr,
raisewortby and noMe without bav
"g a high idetl for bis inleofcoi
luct, toward which be is always str
'ing, whether he ever attaius it 1
ot. The same is true of a natioi
nd vita'lf true with ref-rence to !
R public. Our fort fathers setnoii
n Declaration of Independence tb-
ligbest code of political morals eve
promulgated by man. Firmlv plan
ed on these great princiils as tb
ed-rock of our faith, this govern
ment has grown rich and powerfu I
u tne brief time of a century to b
aot only a world power but tbe greai
at world power known. Wnile it 1
rue that our government has not al
ays lived up to the principles of tL
O.claration of Independence, au
uore tnan has the mcst devout chns-
lan lived up in strict letter to tn
Cen Commandments, yet the imp. i-
ant tningid that the nation has al
a?s hell to these principles au.
tnven toward them just as tbe chti.-
pun has always kept before him an
a front of bim the Ten Command
oents and the Golden Rule as h.?
lud by day and bis pillar of fire b
iight. Nations and individuals mafc
mistakes, take false fctept ; but thts
tre never serious as long as we stan
oy onr ideals and principles. b
cause the mistakes will simply serv
san examileandan olj3ct lesso
to point out dai g.rs and warn u
against making other such faU
teps in the f ntnre. Bat whenever .
uatioa or individual deliberately di
regard its high ideals and deliberate
ly torus its back upon them all ir
rder t- commit a false step, nhn
such a false step is fatal and the in
dividual and the nation is lost.
Sj tbe policy upon which the syn
dicates and monopolists and fran
chise grabbtrsnave forod ihiscjuu '
j-y to embark, in open repudiatioi,
ur: every piinciple of the Declaration
The Ills of
Ur. Hartman cjrt Ui cdvitt ftr parent
vj fn rron?r v
the lir..t imiKtrUinee.to parents.
All catarrhal diseases succumb to
f li.dp Ij1- 1 -' aud of ty luuiU
'lentnl prim irle nodfr!yiner a fr-
I -public, is fatal to ihe g-ivrr mr.
. lless th people th mseW s ral z
i euormity ot tbe cticne c mmiitd
Irive fr.m p.wr thfir falsr) repre
-ntative?, atd restora the govt-rti
tent ioto tbe hands of the follower.-
t Jtffjrson h ml Lincoln.
Therotton beef furni-bed to cu
,rmy by the beef trust duiinp tb.
ar in Cuba is still under investing
on. Tne ode r of the beef, as wel
s the reputaiioa of those respons'
le for purchasing it, grows slroiig
-r eaca day.
Docs the Raleiph News & 0'iser
tr like tbe two Wilsons better ftn
Ciey hre whittw&sbtd than it d d b
Ti T Before tbe whitewash wasap
Hed by tbe legislature, the N-w.- &
hservtr plead piiiully with then
iut to do if, and said that tbe got
eople t f the state from the moui.
41ns to the sea would cond -mn an
arty that would so sell oat to ti:
tilr fcds as to whitewash ihm,
""ney wfie whitewashed aLd tt
iwa aud Obstrver has be-u dum
ver since. Wuat is tbe Lflaeic
ht basbhut tbe Neas & Ojicrvtr'.
Oar readers h'txo &h great ar
rcUtioll of -too admifabU w.n I
l ne by Mr. J. F. Click ia r-portit;
in 1 r .credit is of the legislt ur f,
he Cai-csian. Wuile Mr. Clie.
asiu ltih igb preparing: the curr 1
-pore fcf the fiocetdings of ih
dy, he took cariouj notes tor f .
are discusioD. Sj since tbe legisln
areaiJj urm d our read rs have eac
-ek bn-a ireai. d to a letter w itt
y Mr. Cl:cfc, coutaiuing his rvie
c the letjisUtiv- proceedings.
In last wtek's issae, Mr. Cliek'
tter fchowou 1 p s bu of ihe mu
ustakts of th last iegisiaiur
nch w-TH irsdeed r- m -rkable
e consider iht t the D m ot-ratic pol.
icians boasted that they bad in lb
ir'sUture ihd p.ck of the brams o
Oirred rs will each week lool
iw rd w th iui.rest fur Mr. C.ieV
ext lefer. If jour neighbor doe
t take The Caucasian t jow iti.
m, anddoa Jitile good wors foi
cause by getting him to sao
'1 lie Way 11.
Just a word to Populists. Don't
'or-y over hi w we are to carrv thi-
:ate. Tbat is 00 broad and com .li
ved. D in t worry ovr aoythiufr
r to Work, C nVert TOUT liflirhnnr
nd bfure lo carry ymir preciac.
thliwilido ihar tbe Sate is i
med from lit- ciutches of ihe g .1-
"K". trusts nd rai road: wi
n mrt and telLng woik in will"
l-asmt and easv. Will
V btlierviu will
MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE .
A SMALL -SPOtr
bay be mm.
IrKrflKUl A I HKI A ary treatment rvo one can tell uow ?
.-13 I UnllLU HI rinOLI HO will develop into Cancer of the
jarnr muni t-A .,bo many PP19 die from Cancer
flERE PIMP! F c?use the rio Hot know just what the
.iikiiu 1 I III! LLOi they naturally turn theml
i t anJ are lorced
-uciiimu me ouiy treatment whirii ihn
mniplly returus. however, and U even
oefore Cancer is ti deadly poUon in the
ther external treatment -;in have no ?ff
aome from witlun-the lat vestige of poison must be eradicated, i
i- ir'L m WalPole. of Walshtown S Dj
little blotch about the size of a pea came uf
eye gradually growing larger, from which d
at intervals ran in all directions 1 became grl
and consulted a good doctor, who pronouncJ
ai dudvis d that it be cut out. hut this 1 ci
vPtit In I 1 I - . - - - i
S S. 8. rind dpride 1
i-S vrrv frplv. This
off and now onlv
I what thrpatend to
A-oBiuveiy ine oniy
S. S. 8. FOR
oecanse it is tne only remedy which can
ineoiscasei na iorce it out of the. at stem twrraanentlri A surcicaffr-?t, r"
.f the bloody rb.ftho bSiSSffiSSwiH-
ten trtctmtnt ef covgkt mmd col it
to rard agmlcst colds.
Nearly all tbe Els oi
cliilJren begin with
taLlcs cold. II rocr
catcher cold dca't wait a moment before
ignorance or cc-'.ect of parents h dee
tcrmiEaUon of raaay duldrea coxa-
If yon ar not informed as to the
proper course to pursue to drive eff
a child's cold, write to Dr. II art man,
president of tbe Surreal Hotel.
Columbus, O., for ad vie, and ask for
Bbwe of his free books w bich contain
the most pertinent facU about colds
and corahs and a'. lcatar: hal diseases.
I'e-ru-na, Dr. llartniai.'s great pre
scription, is wholly v r'e table. It
wards off colds entircl'if taken at
the beinninjr In prop r doses. It
breaks up settled colds 'jTiicklv; it if
scientific and safe; the: e is no mys
tery about it. Dr. Hart nan's books
tell just how it acts at i why. All
drugiits sell it.
Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Elp In, I1L. says:
Dr. S. 77. Hartman, Co. umlus, O.
Dsar Sin: "Your nv dicine saved
my baby's life. We stop -ed all treat
mcnt but yours, and Jiow he is a
beautiful boy. It was certainly n
Mrs. Becking, East Toledo, O.,
writes to the Pe-rn-na iledieine Co.
Df.au Sirs: " Pe-ru-r a is the best
rnedit-iue I ever had i. my hou.se.
My children had a bad cough, an l
one of them had the luag fever,
cured them all with Pe-ru-na.
the treatment of coujjhs and colds is of
This knowledge is offered
A New 1 lias of luieraitt aui.
Tbe iich iren c.f Chicago are op-
pistd to an income tm for thesuj-
o-trt of tbe U 11 ted States goven
-tneat, but all all the sune some o
'tiem are laying an income tax 1
tbe British government. This S-at
f hffurs ermes about in this wa
Some of ih breweries there w-r
lought by E iglish capitalists and tb
out-iness was reorganiz d as a Bri
jsh c imi.aoy. Sjme of ihe stock w
retained oy Americans and the Ej
ihsh g jvernmeut claims that ever-
ne of these reorganiz iions mu
y it an iucome tax. The courts o
Ejglacd and America have decider
oat this is good law and Chicajf
it z ns must cough up $50 000 t
up,..oit royalty in Great Britain. VV.
l-t not suppose that they will miu
bis, because they love everyihi
liuglisu, you know. It loi ks Tep
range, th ug i, ihat AoiencAU ci "
& us sliould ot.j-scf. to pay an meou.
ax t r me saoport ut tneir ov
vernmeut and at tbe same tin,
oluu Utiy pltoe tbeiliSelVes lu a
1 iuu wtiere ibey ha.vu to pay au 11
nie tax towards ihe support of f. 1
iiu deStnisujs. Is tuis anoibu
uas-j ot imperialism f
When you ask for Dr. M. A. Sim
nmb Liver Medicine, s-e tliab jou gt
uU not souic woriUlcos lumaMou.
Jenura of n ments for CatatrUtbkt
Cuii tains .Hreru 3,
.-i iiiercurj, n.n urtij uestroy th
-ue ! Miull ni.d uuUiplelely drraug
'e whole sjsleui when euttrrii,F
aroi'g.i 1 tie mucous euruces. Sjj.i
.rno.ea fliuiiiU ucvtr 0e Used exot-j.
11 piescnpiiuus iroui rrpu.aoie "yl'y
ician.-, as the UaUiagc Itir) Will Uu I
en loid lo I lie joU liie van p. s-iOi.
irrivc iruiu. Uieuj. Liau'- Uatarru Cur
uiuulaci urcd bj F. J.LIirltey JtU.
loictlo, U.t eoulaiiin uo Uit-rcurj, an.
tahen luteroalij, aclui U.rccil
vou ilic Diood aim caturrn Cure 1
.rc you gelltie geuuiue. Id in lake
I'eruailj, and uiie lu l'o edo, 0..1 .
i F. J. oUcuey & Co. Tectimouia.i
oold by druggi?t--, price 75c per bolL
Hall's family Pills are tba best.
1 he y 3Ho;ii) lies
1 om 10 CU
The Nw Testamnt tells U3 to Vi
i'usi aud opnu in our busiuefS ail
cret m our cfianiirs. Mr. Koc
r ll-r hts improved n those old f i
m -tnmi. 1 1 bides bis us ness fr ju
ei q'uriuK w rld, and bl 2 ua .
hfiri y with ihe tdare of liuinptbb
ile r 1 uses to tell tne courts a jiju
ns private busiues, but when
tiives a million to the lit pi is
vrsiy tie uishes to the A8ociaU,,
Press md has his name printed iu ki
No other medicine builds up ru1
oriiQ-8 ine syntt-iu agdinst mts'iHr
aet-s & el! as Simmom tequaw Vu,,
Viueof Tablets. J
La1iP8 desiring a cunt nted and iap
v old njfe should u-e Siniitiiii.s qhiav
me Wmeor Tub eis.c.uinnenciiiV
j jt.io ..... emu buuiiuue uuririk
I. ...... ,.l T .... Jl
any little sore, pimple or scratctfi
rIiows lif 1 wir f-ji i.a..I ...iJ
to submit to a rruel and
rinnra l- nnn, . 1
more violent and destrf"
blood, and an operation
- t. u-iiatQ, ar ;
I my left
iiiy nK-ai jsiper 01 a curt
to try it. It acte.1 lite
not crn :
let ted by
cradiiallv iTTPW I oca anr
nrsc irritated. ani thP
leavinst n-small twab'whw
a henlthv littln wsr r
destroy my lif& once, hfl
cure tor Cancer is S
go deep enoneb to reach-
RYAN 010 RIGHT.
1Tkt 9mmJ9T ntir aav a xw
Vk Jmmrumi Ah -at lb Uvll.r
Elliott, X. C. 5Ur. 25.
e Yrk J jarnal. Xw Turk:
B'ply ne to your tUrram will ai
bat I think Bryan did right in re-
unngto accept tbo iavitt'ta to th
li Imout Crvktr dinner. Don't se
iow b eocld aecept an invitation u
itend any political dinner no m'
er by what name called, and o
natter wbat tbe coat per plate, no
les it wtrd given nnder the anspicei
ft bos who stand for the pric.
ulea of J.ff.-rsoD.
No bolder anJ more eoarageto
cion was ever taken by any pohti
1 leader man by ilf Bryan .n d.
ttuiug in Boiujoui-Crwaer diun
4vuiljn. Mr. Bryi.u, U tis decl'
i.i.t id tbat he di I n.t rc.
za J ff-r4Qiau Demert
a titer hy mht nm mej I
iTnslves, those wno oit upon r.
-fose to sapDort everv imrtt
rinciple advocated by J-ffrs
r'hissnnda l.k- old Andrew Je
od; and tho times now ned such
uu ia the Wnt'- Hous f.ore tnn
neydidinold Huk. 'a av. H
Bryan h not ouly re'id tofritn
uizj with-these go'd bogs and mo-
..ipoiy Urttnocrata in Aew Y .rk. r.i.
is taking active sc-pa trying t
organize h t,ariy ibere and pu
he true silv-r men and ani mouoi.
lia'a in control.
Each day Bryan endears hmsel
uore aud more to ihn Amrrican pe
!, atid it s-rm tht he may yet h
ble to purge tbe Democratic part
f us traitori', and s bring the o.
r"Zuioa back to the principles..
J ff -rs D, as to mak it possible fi.
i patrit to remain in its rank
VLen B yan resum d leadershi
he pary had dr.ried awy fr u
very fundamental principle of Jr.
-rsonin Democracy and had sl
at, 1 .ck, stock and baml. to tt.
: -l.i-bjgs and m nopali3(g nuder tb
-adetsmpof Clevwlad hoC'oker
ie Wbitn-fs and the Rins m. I
-em das if his ta-k torefoim tL.
oriupt and difciedited party wn.
ot only Herculean, but well-uig
uposMble, and that Common sens
s well as patrioism, would dmn.
oat be and all like him should lo
time in going into a new pan
q iar-ly sta idiug for the fuoda
arntal principles of troid goveib
nt as laughi by the f tueis. li
y bucce. d, but there ar- ruan
'gcra ai.d pituhs ahead wbie
ty jet make it necessa.y f r o i
lud all pitliots to lake tUatCours
Tu g aitst obstacle ahead ..t M
iryan and his ltulade iffrs. a.
a tbe open go:d ougs hk j tue Bf
'",,! and the Croktrs, but the pi.
ndd irieiids and political bo
lies, like niauy ot ih c wuu ar i.
-.ntrl of tue prry iu N..ith Car
uua. la states where thM .ilr. u
. . . c
tuu-monopoiy sentiment aie stron.
uiany mn wlo would uc if Id b.
wmti uiaies preirud t be for si
er auu ttie people, in otder to kee,
oemseives ia powei, not only con
roi me m -ts ror ine tim i,ellll.
oui io oiray tbe people at the fir
We wisu Bryan G.d ppeed in bi
voia, out me aoijfce t lat lies in bi
Jtu-ay is tbe one that we have ij,
.. - j
If yon have bad tbe trio takenod'.
iaapariiia. 11 win brace vuu ui
-..... iiiui UllI'lU. A II I llVHri..lliu m.
au tueuis ol lue Uiaease.
Dr. M. A Simmons L:ver Medicin.
ears I lie CoUlulXin. jfiwen hllnim.x
o the uiind, cure heaJactie, rejrulate
I. ....... .ft. k I 1
Vultersltr N tea.
Lehigh met dtfeat at our Land
Friday last on our home grounds
v e won easily by a score of 5 to 0
Vinston, the 'Varsirj first baseman
itching for Carolina.
The fair sex prayed E ister Sun
lay with more gratitude in thet
leaits than had been there for som
me. Whjf Because the day w
uch as to jermt their cominir lort
'i all Eister's dainty plumsire.'
nte a number of the students wen
me to spend a few days of tb
Mn Turentine, a graduate of tb
Uuiv-ritv, preached at the Meihod-
-t hurch Sunday moruing and tha
1 ?nt neia services in the colleg
Dr. R. H. Whitehead was in Kal
ighadayorroago in tbe interes
f the University Medical School
We sincerely hope he made som-
atufaetory arrangements for ob
iniLg the material to necessary fo.
he teacning uf anatomy as it shonlo
The weather prophet has certain
uacie mistakes in the qaality of th.
eather to-dtJy. He has given n
Jhrisimas snow and cold instead. ol
" f.7 na a orignt warn.
J. M. H.
HOW TO f IND OUT.
Fill a bolile orcouiuiou glass witl
our water aud -Jet it aland tei.t
.ur hours : a aedimeut or eetiliug iu
licates au uutiealltit coUJiliou ui li..
aiduea; if it Mama cur lmeu is ir
VldrtiCeuI klUiiev trouble: loo ire
luciitdeaire lu paes it urpaia iu I In
oaca is aiso coufiucibg ruof that Ibi
:Uueysand biaduer are out ut order
...... WHAT TO DO.
There is cumiurc iu the k now led g--o
oft eu exprtaaed, Ibat Dr. Kuuiei.
twauip Koo", the great klduey reuit-ij-fuimi6
every .iaU iu curing rbeu
uihiu, paiu iu the back, kidueja, li v
-r, bladder and e?er part oi the urii
. pa.se ge. It correcid inability l
old water ai.d scalding pa1a-m pas-
iiKi'.orbaa effects lollowmg ueo
iq-ior, wiue or beer, aud uyercviurf
nat uuleasaot lieoeastty u o-iu
compelled to gO-Often during (be da,
.nd lu gel up many times uurinjr il.
ignt.- The miti and ibe exiraordiua
r) rffrCl Ol &SOIi KiWllS mmju real
zed. J t alauds the bijrbest fur its wun
derlut cures uf lbe uiust diatresaii.g
aoes. u jw ueea a meaicitie )u
bauid have tbe best. Aldrurff.sts fit
i cxnts ur oae .duiJar.
. You may baT,a tarn pie bottle and a
ouuk ibat tells kniore about ir, buti
.-eiit abaoluttJy lire by mail, if jou
st-iid your aocreas to lr. K.iucr A o. .
Biugusuilun, Xi. x. When . wmtbjr b.
... w ItlltJU tliav lull
CHANjE of clmte
. WONT CURE CONSUMPTION
The Slocum System is Needed.
A Curatire Medicinal Treatment Fonaded on Modem
Scientific Truths is More Potent
Than Air Alone.
FREE TREATMENT FOR LUNG WEAKNESS.
If those of oar reader who reside in
.he must highly favored iec.ions of thia
country. wUh the chaste i healthy
and invigoiatirg. with a dry and tonic
Atmosphere, will b k aio.t tl em. they
will ee a grej.rtor less jiurr.ber ol thtir
friend a;id i etubors dyi: g of o n
sumpiK.n. whle many others hae
alreaily been cairied ca by U.at dxcad
These death have occurred from t'rse
to time art.ul the nfieslur.g prame
urccics oi summer; in tiic xair and mel
low days ol a i.U'nn. and also t i the dty
and sunny m. uoni of a southern winter.
Such dtaths srrid such favorable sur
roundings aif-rd positive aud conttne-
ng proof time climate alone will cot
:ure consumption: that t either pi .e
!aden bieezis nor bra irg mountain air
jrill resTore wak lunc or huiM up a
xntiiutiou that is be'ng nrdcrminel
ind bioken down by th-i inidiuus j;ttm
if a fatal d iscasc.
But. n t'ie other hand, many tbo.
ands of tes.imouials from gratt-icl pco
lie all over thi-. c untty. w ho hi.ve betn
:ured by the Dr. Siocum Sy.tcra cf
Treatment, and aie t!.y in thee. j'-y-nent
of perfectly restored health and
trencth. afford the most convince g
vidence that this treatment, at.ted b
avorable clunsttc co di io- s and sur-ounding-i.
is a iostt ve cure f r C n-umpti-m
an I all th-r chrctc disease
f the Throat. Chest tul Lun:s.
Therefore. thoe w h- go to the mo-n-ains.
the s.-ashre ir to Southern c i-1
na'es. as well as ttu-se uho alte.-idy
esidj in such favored lr.lities. nh ub't
tot fail to taVe the Dr. SI cum Jvsi.m
f Treatment f they wih tod.-rtVethe
ull benehtsof favo aWe cli-i-at.c ioi.di
ions and scien'ific m die iirn.
The Dr. S'ocum System of Treatment
c n listing of Four Preparation) is lth
nrdicine ad food. The medicines used
n it allay the couvh nd long irrita'ton.
'.eal the soreness ard sulxtue the paii s
n the throat, overcome shortnss of
reath. improve the appetite and dues
ton, and br' ig com'ort. rest a d re
reshing sleep, while it fcd Drojertics
ire b-uM;mr. p the cn:t;tutlon. enricn.
:ng the bloo.1 ard infn-ing the sufferer
vith new life ant vicor.
No single remedy will ncrorrplish all
:hi, but the Four Remedies embodied
n the Dr. Slocum Svstem of Treitrrent
will. More than a quarter r.f n certnry
has been devoted to perfect th:s
System of T'eatrr.cr.t; cv rv ind ca ot.
-very symptom 'n Cn --pt;on and
-hee di'-'-a -f f th"T: o .t 3.1 Lun.
nils THE ni. N THE HE0
'"IU I--V TVonlil a -
M.MII.I ,, t lo, U iiat
Mil. I l. nor 0,
iliry did ao
I'.-.kory Times Mercury
o . v
oimp nma aeo w wrMe the fol-
owmg to the CArcASUN:
ine nproes bare gotten th-ir
yesoprn. Nmney can get then
O Vntfi tm Tl.imnA l: - . mm.
vruiu-isiic ncaer. ine
11 .. 11 . . .
- .1 ii vote against the amendment
Io reply to tbe above, the bun-
'ay s News and Observer sajf:
"Thus writes J. F. Click, of Ca
bi county. Mr. Click is right on.
mp,and we quoe this extract b.
-ause it is pleasant to see a man wb.
a almott alwajs wrong bit the nai
r-ght on the head one limn."
Click '-hit the nail right on th.
hed ' more times than one. In th.
mpsUB Click sad if the D--mo-
rats got the L-eislature they wouh
try to disfranchise th negroes. Th
Ooserver and all otbr papers whid
.re always right (T), said Click i-
wrong" again, and no hone.rt gi
tble man won d believe euch a ridici
Click said El wards & Bronghtor
-uuiu not me oiate prin'inv
nd they did. Click said the Sa'.
,rintirg w.uld tot be let to the low
st bidd-r, and it warti'c. Ciitk sair
itwonld et-st the State m ire ibai
or tto last two years, and it doe
Click said they would create m-i
man iuu lUrloDlS 8. BtC
bey did. Click said tby would 6
ll tbe "worthless 1 filets"' the fu
ionists created and have scores
fBee-seekers lelf. and they dii
Ci.kstid they woa d -whitewasb'
Oiho Wilson to save M-j WiIsji..
nd they did. C.iek said tby wou o
urn out Jhu Pearson, who tried t
4crve the people instead vt tbe rail
oads, to please the railroads, slo
they did. C.ick aid they would pas
law not to allw white men to vo t
for their county commi:sic:srs, aia
ihey did. Che said the raiuoa.
.nd liquor men wuuld control th
Legislator-, and they did. Click said
hey would make more mistakts that.
the fdsionis s, ant they did. Cli k
aid they would in pass an ff -etivt
n'i-trut law, and they didu't. Cncl.
-.aid itey would not impeach GwVer-
Uar Xlustj.ll because there was ii.
rteinitfor tLem. and ibey did. 't.
OJuk said they onld not send J. It.
Smith to the penitentiary for all thai
noney ihy said be stole, ani tbej
ildn't. Cack sail tbj-y would in
tense taxes in th 'State, and tbev
Jid. Cuck said they wond not knot
i to draw op a Revena bill, and
bey didn't.- In fact, they havedoie
vei3 thing Click said they would 01
woold't do. Intn tbe Observer closes
Of course the nrgroes will vote
tgainst tbe amendment beeause thtv
Jo not watt white tupremary.'
now tell ns why so many Demo-
srat will vote against the amecd
v. uecause ney Co not
want niggerw supremacy.
-rttmt AHlLTraat Law.
tbo anti irnVlaw passed in the tin
IBs? lays of h legislature is eiy
-nil a. ..!.. tt . . . .
.i vi uviea. , mJmy ot tn
'gialatora really wanud a atrooe
aw against ttasts tny muse hav
K hovdooed by, paid atturneys of
taia aheii the) luaiitoi i hM 1.1 i . ..
"ta aiUii g nuieuUuitii-8. .
epment of tbis Tresttaent, tberrfo
those w ho take it and give it a fair trial
certainly aval themrlrvs of all ta
modem science and skill have to offe
fur tbe care of Consume t. on and al
foirnt of wasting dike aie.
Dr. S ovum's taitb in the efficacy H
bis Ssum of Treatnnt is so stroeg
and hi interest ta the welfare of bn
manttv s ureat. that be will cberrfullj
-end hi co-rp etc Syera of Treatment
(Four Pr.pa-atton) FRLC to all sol
fcrcrs who ask tor it. .
iiJ - M:h; 1!fJ
Conpleta Free Coarse ( Treat t. f-mrlettf
f Four PrrparaUoaa. Horwvl
Write the Doctor.
Simply write giving yor full name.
postoff.ee and express addte-a. to Dr.
T. A SI. h urn La'oratoties. y6 ard 08
Pn-e Street New Y-rk City, stating tbst
vr.u rea ' this article if th: paper hen
the FOUR FREE PREPARATIONS
wi,l be sent yoj. together with fr.e
ad vu e id"jijf H n vttr c e.
PEOPLES PARTY W U HaViTA"TICIET
N.at National Cant..n Will b II. Id
K.rl la ISuo.
Tbe following letter written by tbe
Cbauman of tbe Natii sal Ex-cutive
Committee of the People's Patty t
th Wasbioaton Post, ixplainr itself.
Ivhtor P4st:In a leading editori
al -I your usue or Sa'urday, March
ll,repljio,c 10 a query by the Phila
llphia It-cf-rd a tu whether or not
be Penf.1..' Party w ttid have a tick
timbefirll in VJQ0. appeared tbe
MWna a citizen it nominated for
President of the CjiteJ States by
arty that has proved itself capabl.
f polling a million vut-s f..r iu
I'r-Mdentnal ticket all of bis fellow
i'.'z.ds m-iy be fairly assum! to h
iw-re of tbe fact. Many moons ag.
I-t8umtn r or earlr autumnal
l-'JS. b-fwre ihe frost was on tbe
uuipkia and the f dder in ib.
h,,;t'Tbe P. puliat Party afsmh
I d in Nat tor ai Ctiventim at Cm
-lutiati; and aftr I oir deliberati n
.t unattended by exeit ng incident
nd thrilling episodes, imaiaated
lUik-rand Don Lei I r for President
ti.d Vi'- P.faident
In tbis tuatttr tbe Post is vry
uu.-b 10 etror. The Puopl 's Pit
iasnotet r.om-nated a Presii-n-Hal
tuk-t fr J'JUO. nr bas it at--uihied
in naii..fc.l convention at
Cii.ciiinari, or any wt ere trlae, since
t hs-.t,,ble.l in n.'ional CuuTentiot
tt S. L .uia io HOG.
Tn P..pl'. Party Na ional Et
-dtive 1 ouimitue will meet sum
iue n.xn winter and isue a call Ut
ill a-femtil b-fofe eitb.r of tb
id p-irty cm v-uii .or, ad will th-o
VtW1 I,,elde"l kt fur
Tne P. tt pf as a rol", so fair ard
i acurae Ibat l ia du to ils-lf, a
a to tbe IVupl' pArl. w
make tbis correttn
Manioc Rcrr ts
C airman PeopUV P.ny Eaucuti'va
Kni .Mt N. 0., Mareb 15 1893.
IKLE 1 0 MILLIONS uFSFFLREHS
ew Cur- r KI .- ri..i
t rl Acid Trbla,
evrro.Kir wba reads th.
leasuapera ur bu kuuw uf dffsmu-
U is the great medicine triumph o
Im iiiiieteriitb ceftur; diacuVrr-tl
."-r jrn ur sciotiiie 't-farcb bi
e ettiintMir k.dnrv ..i '
i.li-'. Ur Ki.ui.r.n4 baa trul
le.-ui .... r. iu curio tudu-j. l.trr.
tt-r and uric acid oiaea.
n. ui.j ir..utie ia rauuuabl for
.f- m one ailll SUJdU dr. I m th.
I.JT Oilier d rllr aai.t ...
",l uouauus batre it wit bout kuuw
Tiiousand owe their health
. .. . ".-w.
' "wijc , and ibuuaud.
wuu luuaft Lllll.K Uumi.1. ....
y..i.d bei.,can be u.ade Weil br thr
uiMfof thi reai reaiedv
Swamp Jt-us baa bt-ua tested in i
any waif.in huauiial w.k
vale prari Ice, amuii b. blla.Vj,,
l.K,r lu purely rH..f( aud haa urVed
cial rrn. r ' " ' "
... " . oeep made rt
reaarrs ut tbe CaoCaaiasT
wt.o have nut alrrad. i.J. LA''
baxe a Sample buttle aeut abau'luuiv
sbtut Swamp It Kts a.d " 1.'!
aume of ibe U.ound, UtK. moussads
of ivatimuuial leltrra. reeairi r."
i.rn aud women wba owe llie w.k
-h,;n t I.e. r TefJ ,,- uTtbe
rutiderlul curative ... 1Z
S-mp-ItHit. Be .ur.":;"'!!..."
i 1MB Caccia wbn aBdiaa: your
If jnu are already convinced tliat
Swaoip R,.t .. whas Jtm
car. , urcb. ttm rrgZlar TSlit
abd one dulrar s xe at d-or stores
It )OU Lm9m) h
rnUlia.t. J .
r - a ea ire one ut chua
fd uur.lJ ouuiuMB li
IJ. R.l.:.. V 4-. - 1WJWDBBPTHII1
ww., micijiii, a. v. . - SjSSy wta iaa All dray
s: i- '"Z"- 'O - ,) r f':'-wr'
r Kccu.iri, 3
m. irmi -i tir
ttits is mi ""it 1 n :- j,
If. t h Jit.c, tf
olsid CS tbB, tie j (,
l!iig piciritt 1. 1 ljMfJ
a is ilinM t pd.. .,.. 1
.itrin ! - tit! 3 - Ir
I rBalr ibat the cam t. t
rifctii g eUd let t d , i-ltx
1. iitsid tf ilt lie Ke.t t,f,,v
lie lifter i.W t tile j. r.
Sl A Btl tLtt B tlHl 't
.jj j . 1. . ... -..
irruiiirf iivD.nir ftt ,i.
w. ik'to tben, r-tt tie 1
rctf s c BriiJj sro Hied yf
J. mI o Patitle S'ste Tttt .r
ifis st ib time laid tltt Vr
lf(tta tif litlle inna 1! ,
wiril end driviig irtitr,,
uttir lo titt ct tntf
bat leilonld le lrttdfta prtJ.
r iojo 9t rat in etirr m,h
Edar d Brocf bton tb.y .t
urgvp SB ild score. Iiar.tf tt,
etDfsif B I fctSld Ctr r Tt ari7ti;v,
w a fpicb. atd ! lsd a trst
sto lay abot th io!a.t 0!
a a - a m . 1 a
er cttse's, le wss !sdtg frnt is
Tsrltssard settntd toiLusti
o sirrrd tbe lsie nM t-e a M V
tb of a rrntrsrt, atd fortlr . t
f a vi lstico of his ostb. t ut tri
r vtp Ia i mall a t a"r amlt
St rrinticg. and aavirc a fr
ust d c'ollsrs bv tleciirg a Per
I y ibat wss arotb 1 tbirg.
I Vri onr ! ad ts will ret trrk-
r scro-b sprvt a I'Isb of wots tid
rt t p t ihM lei go u
r r am wi'lirg oo vbt I ,t.
r pte ti 1
ts ih wrt iid ff tjrary td
trn'd eot l toltraltd ile-.f. rI
I all ot r'Bst tbe amttdmtttta
Tcnrs for reform.
A IV r.
Mbr w UI it m a-ut hltl rrlt
lild cUrth di 8moit hqiia V.
H.e vt Tablets as Ibej aptrirh itt-
wtiti 3oa aaa e
S BALflUII N. t!,
f W. S. BAPNES, I
S tlcncral anicr.
0r brrd araTmn Wrsrper
i;wrt. Frmra' t tmc-m CSuat..0.
S " G at.u ai d -B It " Arid pi tt t t-'
M'f ell to tern.. r tlir.ct ndtt
aiui-r' i-ricra. A tnt Mrti(ai. t 0
ot in a iruar. Our rices sre low t
rd ? X'-el"-d.
mrtium rrtJj VTTf Ml rrn H"'' rrg
l!J-4 irr, u
77,l V 1 1 " 1 ik rat mm -. 4
"- ot u etc a co .7;;
wwm' mmrt ,mmlt n. 9 turn tm
The ncw ho-jtwmjo Mactuac Co.
caxaj-a aoas bJ luaSa. Sat
Positions Secured . . .
W mtC tb ho aant government
mipou. Warerwatt a demand furTjOOO
fiarea.! tvii fervid I. traetlsa
IU Fiith a rr S E.
ofcir r!?: - y and try a bos
araat-Bd to cure i J duSsta.
.FREE i a
SnfTJ U. a. caa be .ecred
w" "ttl work at ham fn. . vhi-
aoat for jc yaaxh
VewUtr Aavocala ra.
IMiWIw (bu papar
taa.ssa,' ifc- iT lrZL'
Am . .
y the hUve?aXivinni-
ti?fe?yr aaaaaWa t,
aZlZTH if fr" aOJ -- f .uaiIZ
r T If " "?"J 1
" 7 mirm. m, .Lot-., tUa tntrtit "
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