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rUBM&HKD KVKRT THURHDAY
HY THE CAUCASIAW PUB. CO.
I Moatba, ...
Tatra Moatas, ...
A SEWITAItirr MOVJC
It Is noticeable that It bu been
several year since oar Democrat It
friends In North Carolina have had
mucb to aay about the tariff. In
deed they were ridiculed and drtv
en from their attempt to make tt
the overshadowing issue In tbe cam
paigns of 18V2 and 18W.
Hat they are jast now vtnelnf
some feeble efforts to again revive
thin question along old lines.
It Is worth while la this connec
tion to call attention to the fact fhat
the immediate occasion of this
Democratic effort to revive tbe tar
iff issue comes not from Democrat
Inot only by the natural advauUg
eaof the South, bat by the direct
or Incidental benefits of the tariff?
It may be that 8enator McLaur
In, In his speech at Charlotte saw
this, or it may be that be did not ;
at any rate, It would be amusio Ia ltat httTw WM offrd M Ulastratioa of the hidden parpc- I
were it not pathetic, to read some M a of the Democratic aecbine saeh par poms being for loot and pslts
of the nent up expreesions ol those! ptnader. The records, if made pablie, wlU prove to any one that Tit 1
hn It tad to ir-ak whea Bab Caucasia is not exaggerate anything w tea
cock gave his Interview, but now
t m t m f Minn,ay th fallowirn ia rr.
m DROSVEMOR ttTfcSSI
AS TO MOW Tit "KAMK AKO nil" 17113 "GS& AS KSSOT IT TSS UAC3ICS
it makes rack skarg s I
turn loose with all of thtlr
varonlnffs about worn out
theories and abstractions.
We trust that It will not b of
fensive, or at least not Inappropri
against that redshirt organization.
I ALDWKM. ICK AT roMAMf.
The following rmarkaMw ira- hc inspiration, but from
graph apar a part of the leading
editorial In the rharlotte Observer
of the llirttunt, and i well
worth reading by every honest
luali in the Htate:
Here in North Carolina, lant
year, during the campaign
The Legislature of 1899 out several times da rise that year, and every
time it polled the pablie treasury for something. One of the most scand
alous act of which it was guilty is shown by chapter IS of the adjownd
session" of 1899. Prior to the passage of this act one of the ase.nee
inkier" crew had a resolution passed lsqulrias: if the State Treasurer had
I a a. fVL V V t r. m C11 te -fl I
ate alter bavins: said the above, to Pm oat anyntng vo Aneo- waive on account or usoaeu xiau waami a
' frtUnina, fpom - rwv.nt for 1899. The White case iad not then been folly decided bj the Bapr-sa
copy the following from a recent r mA&nt,m. Whit wsa rf ts. AntiL t the aflu
cock, tho chairman of the Rpubll- letter written by Capt. . A. Abbe, iBquiry developed the fact that nothing nai been paid oat.
ran National Congressional Com commenting upon Senator McLau-1 Then the great "eontlnaoas perforce nee'' aggregation kaowa as a
. .... ., It . jj . i i c wi-i. j a
ii.nr'i rikt hand l rln'e Hueecn ana DODiisnea in me uwiiir- preweow w -bki uupm w, vmeo rqiww u pja-Bi v
Charlotte Observer and other Dein- oui wree inoueaua ua eigai naaarea aoiiars w paruoa wau aaa
oo ratio dailies :
Just before the adjournment of
the last sesslou of Cong re as, it will
be remembered, Mr. Babcock as
tonished the uninitiated la both of
tbe old partlee by declaring in a
M That we should tear down our
walls of isolation has been the con
stant teaching of the Democratic
party ; it Is the philosophy which
the Democratic leaders of the Booth
named as Shell Fish Commissioners at the January sitting of said Leg-s
latore. This amount was distributed among the "faithf nl, although they
never performed any pablie service; but they had expected to get som .
thlnr and thev had to have it.
The act. Chapter 15. authorised the payment of this amount to "C. C.
Alien, Elisabeth City, fi. C, who will properly distribute the earned
And so it is reen that, with the red -shirt machine, public service has
ronntltut ionftl amendment, we were
.minimi from evrv ntumo. and
" " " I - ... . . m . m
iv..... ti... hiu..,t -iiii.oriileH of the carefully preparea interview, h have nought without ceasing to n
lit was tim to reform the tariff by I fuse : and if now there Is an aw
i m i a. v . a ta a a r ,--'B'" mm -. -'- w - - - - ------- V
the white meu i'ree,
going to take advantage ot thi iutie8. whether levied for protec
protlllne 11 it tOIIlCrt lieC(9Hltry. ,lon or lor revenue, from tbOSe ar la . 1nr lont- and land I nnhli urtrtAA. th rH ahirt. mnnt innaah thm indffM.
rwi phranHiiave ieen ainni nuo t ,M manufactured and controlled reioiclnir. Qaestion: What is the difference betwa ivin $3,800 of public mn
. bv any trust. He farther declared As a cltlxen. I shall rejoioe, be- y to people who do nothing, and giving $800 to a man who performs pub-
anu I . .l. ...... nf t.n tit win I lie aer vi ee.
. that ID18 was ine remeay ,or vue .7. " " Anawr s In tha nrat aae a lMHnr lot of .hirt. ara in control of
"'tS' " " ' I ha. . ll l J a. V(U W VU( tUUBII V i M U-IUUUIH " - " " - . .
neither errtuale nor Ht;are tho ie)- wu" ""'
i no relation to disbursement of pablie cash.
Tflev took this money for nothinc and mit because they had tb
and they are reducing or entirely removing ail UenUg of the intelligence and pa- power. ...... . . . 4. . 4.
oi iiiin mmi M wnxiaer levieu ior uiviw . . . . - . i .... -.. . . . . u
tne tratn oi our aoctnue, me tact i uourt oraerea eicai nanaxea aoiiars paia io ue maa wno aaa periormea mm
their earn until they are nick at
Mtouiach ''white mirremaey"
nHr( tliunlnatlon." I hee
"Peruna is an
. .. . . . I emA tn oar countrv : aa a Democrat
aua mat Bucn acuon r- r:'' 7. .T7 L " ..mu .r.i. tha
i Buaii rejoice oecauiie i b win u a i e i w w. r...r.w- w.
a . av a w a . a a
ule of North Carol.ua hereaner. An wasm aeepmK wnu iwuutau vlndicaUcn of oar Judgment proof
attempt wa made, niter the August teaching for protection. of the correctness of our principles,
election lat year, to warm them To this proposition the Democrat- and ample evidence of our intelli-
over and work them lor November, lc politicians, as a rule, gave no re- sent patriotism,
hut it failed Mignally and had to be gp0nse. First, because they could It will vindicate our claim that
abandoned. In truth, connldering not opp0HO any aUgge8tlon of redu- ZVllel fl?
that then are thm; white men in L.,n " rHmftvtntr tt,Tia daUGa. OD m ZZZiZT ","7 "" .r
o w ivia'.vvau uoai ui lojuivti buu ay
account of their own record, as lnai-l plaud the consumma'iou of our de
cated not so much by deeds as by I sires."
words lu by gone years. Second, Thus it will be seen that Captain
administration and a fearless court are ia operation.
Is the best pocket
North Carolina to one negro, and
that the whites own practically all
of the projierty and are iMNMcnped of
all of the Intelligence, there I noth
ing to be particularly proud of In
the fact that our ieoile were ever
A full purse
The dull man bores you,
sharp one tkins you.
A matchless story is a novel that
because they darad not oppose any I she seems to have no conception that ends without a wedding.
proposed remedy for trusts so long Qf the causes and purposes of the! About the only force some peo-
.a a w
frightened by the cry of "negro as they had themselves no remeay change of Republican attitude on pie have is the force of habit,
domination;" the people of Ueorgia, to offer, which would be effective the tariff question as Indicated by Knife wounds heal quicker than
where race conditions are much tho 0r which thoy desired to honestly Mr. Babcock's interview. It also those caused by a sharp tongue
same ai they are here, could never advocate. appears that he has not learned the w.
Ikj ho frightened and hence have de- . n When a man offer-i you some-
clined to take even the first step to- " ? uu uo"Ui , . J 'I V " ZZ7 JHli. . thing for nothing it will pay you to
ward the adoption of a constitutional Puwa prominent aua inwuigem coca., .ne xWu.ub.Ue uu,u.w tor waik aroUnd it by the furthest pos
amendment to ilUfraiichlso the Democratic politicians are childish- the Presidency. Can it be possible 8ibie route.
minority ai.d lufeilor race. But ly Ignorant of the causes that pro- that Capt. Ashe has reached that
that is neither here nor there we duce trusts, and therefore of the period of time allotted to man
have our amendment anl the white real fundamental remedy necessary where he is Incapable of both per
folks proioHe to have the freedom to remove them ; but on the other ceivlng and reasoning? If he has,
which they were promised should hand, there are many loading Dem- it is to be hoped that, as great as
go along with it; indeed, they have qqhq politicians, who do know his services may have been to his
already begun to enjoy it." th and do knoW the reftl t and to tne gtate ia tne past
Note first, that Mr. Caldwell, the I remedy ; out these, so far as we can the predominating influence, even
It is far better to have large feet
than a small understanding.
The house of a tidy woman and a
motion to adjourn are always in
When you see a girl with only
one glove on, it's sign that she has a
editor of of the Charlotte Observer, judge by their actions, or rather by Inside the Democratic party, may neyi ring on the other han(L
was as loud-moutheu in ana their silence up to date, must be so be wise enougn to comprenena the
1900 as Joe Daniels in bowling tied npin their respective States situation and act as patriots and
"white supremacy" and "negro with branches, agenst and benefl- friends of the South should act. Bat
domination." and that Joe Daniels claries of these great national and even if the Democratic party In
and his crowd now have him sick at International trusts that they dare the South should be incapable of
his stomach, in which condition he
A bachelor objects to female bar
bers on account of a disastrous hair
cut a certain Mr. Samson once re
ceived at the hands cf one.
He makes no friend who never
has our sympathy.
Second. That he nevertheless de
serves to Ih) sick at his stomach for
not speak out the truth which Is In dealing with these new industrial made a foe. Tennyson.
them, or take active steps at the conditions as duty and self-interest
call of duty and patriotism in be- alike demand, still may we not
half of straggling humanity and hope that the Republican party
crippled indvldual industrial en- will b a bro id enough not to deny
howling these phrascB and scaring terprlses. But let that pass. to the great and growing South, the
white men when he knew, by his We degire jn this article to call benefit and protection for their In
own confession, that there was no your attention principally to the dustrles that the business world In
honesty in his cry. Industrial situation In the North the North and East have so long
Third. That Joe Daniels and his and in the South as effected by enjoyed at our expenser
crowd were ready to break their present and future tariff legislation.
First, wnai is une meaning oi " " i xne rarmers or this section are
Mr. Babcock's Interview and of his ltB spirit and practice in the face well up with their work. They
bill! Does not Mr. Babcock well ot tne doctrine of Hancock, that the r not hurrying much to plant
nA ,ut South shall not be robbed of th totton owing to the continued cold
auvn aiDU iu xoouoid vi uo Afc J- I -
... ... I -1 l.xA n 1.1
publican party, whose mouthpiece uui uwui ouaiug wmjiu- This part dT the township (near
In this matter he is, that the re- cal application as a tariff either di- Rolesville) has some of the most
moval of tha tariff duties on arfci. rector incidental. And if the Re-1 successful tobacco farmers In the
That the cry of "nezro Lia n k. .m I nuhlican nartv should not be broad county. Our land is well adapt
I wu.nw. VJ v.u.vo w. uvvit . 1 aA tha .forfh nrA Tf
w ww vuv aiun wu wa vuv w wva ii
campaign promises tefore the No
vember election, and that they will
break them next year; and see if
they don't then quiet Caldwell's
stomach and make him howl nigger
I J A.
Let the Republican party, since
Rolesville, N. C, April 29, 1901.
Rolesville has been much excited
of late on account of the smallpox
scare. A Mr. Norwood came to the
place broken out with the disease.
It was feared that some would take
the disease, but no case has develop-
We hope all danger has
iron iff TonruRS
Eczema is caused by an acid humor in
the blood coming in contact with the
skin and producing great redness and in
flammation ; little pustular eruptions form
and discharge a thin, sticky fluid, which
dries and scales off ; sometimes the skin is
hard, dry and fissured. Eczema in any
form is a tormenting, stubborn disease,
and the itching and burning at times are
almost unbearable; the acid burning
humor seems to ooze out and set the skin
on fire. Salves, washes nor other exter
nal applications do any real good, for as
long as the poison remains in the blood
it will keep the skin irritated.
DAD FORM OF TETTER.
"For three year I
bad Tetter on my
hands, which caused
them to swell to twice
their natural aise. Part
of the time the diaeaaa
waa in the form of run
ning aorea, very pain
ful, and causing me
much discomfort. Pour
doctors said the Tetter
had progressed too far
to be cured, and they
could d nothing for
me. I took only three
bottles of S. S. S. and
was completely cured.
This was fifteen years
Biro, and I have never
since seen any sign of my old trouble." Mas.
t. B. Jackson, 1414 McGee St., Kansas City, Mo.
S. S. S. neutralizes this acid poison,
cools the blood and restores it to a healthy.
natural state, and the rough, unhealthy
akin becomes sou, smooth and clear.
cures Tetter, Ery
sipelas, Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum and all akin
diseases due to a pois
oned condition of the
blood. Send for our book and write us
about vour case. Our ohvsicians have
made these diseases a life study, and can
help you by their advice ; we make no
charge for this service . All correspondence
is conducted in strictest confidence.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0 ATLANTA, OA.
domination'' and "white supremacy" geriously Injure or inconvenience enough to be thus friendly to the are in search of tobacw lands
was mereiy -io win on," ana mat i the trusts already having monopo DOUui " wapwewiu iuinet them come this way.
there is nothing to be narticularl v lies on the itreat Industrial necessl- ovel- at this late day, the democrat- This section also has some of the
proud of in the fact that our people ties of life, not only In America but ic Part7 my 8ee the wisdom of giv- finest granite in the state. Pros
were ever fricrhtened hv th. crv nf throughout the whole civilized W to the South the benefit of the 7lV'nwnmA
negro domination." world? Were this not so, would doctrine enunciated for them by come t0 our llttle yillage gome
But isn't there somthinu. f. there have been an interview by I "ucocai, ju sn sue peopie oi me time in the near tuture.
ashamed of Brother Caldwell? Till Mr. Babcock and a bill ? Mr. Bab- forth ana fcast both Democrats Mr i.utner Walters, wno was
the next campaign you are sick at cock must have had In view P-!
p ,,-. I th Intra In alvlntr thla intArrlc7 I euougu 10 appiv u bueirown lnunS-1 i , - ' r
the stomach and ashaniMl nf vour. thlnffB In elvinsr this Interview: SUOUgn to apply to tneirown Indus
solf. But when Simmons, Daniels, First, that something mnst be done tries tariff benefits, lo, these many
and Clark raise the cry again, you'll to manufacture political capital for years.
Join the pack: your party cannot camoalzn DurDosea against the Certainly it Is sound business.
live without these two phrases, and trust? .which would not hurt the and not bad "capture, to provide
avsxtr a sash a T" j-w A 11. L n 1 l! A I " ...
you aro a Democrat with the instinct
of party life.
for one's own ; for it is written:
I Stand Others have it and RAvaral 1 . ?. ' 1U 11 oc" ws-wujc nesumonuu
?M ft i 1 - a. 'sstsjssti
01 Apru commenting upon the JLavy Bnoaia nve oeen quaranttnea read the announcement and avarrthem
thfi RAnnhllnan nart.w nrnoM. A I h I m 17a crna nfftmino in T; A" CH are in UaiTOB'S VTGeK
r tr 'j 1 "I uuuci 1 Tnwnahln
4An.ml..a A n4-n 1 I l Ll 1 , , I " ""'f
uvreiuiiuvs vu bwuu v.uaiupiuu iu i ,uf3 auovo neauing, says:
Second. That in order to protect
tiiksio lihhakies for public I tne trusts against Inevitable legis-
sc 110UL8. latlon which would coutal n the true
We take pleasure in commending remedy for the evil, it was neces
he last Legislature for making some saryto side track the public, and
slight provisions for a system of third, (and here is the deepest cat in
libraries in some of the public schools the meal tub) that the Industrial
of the state. We are esneeiallv da. conditions of the country are such
lk-httMl to wm. that manv nf tho that !t wil1 80011 e necessary
O - - w va iiiv
public schools are already taking ad-
V ISUUsaU J I balCI aja UUU.11 LIU 1 II r IHlit m a a .a
state to contribute .10 to HU,h n. "W1u B"on8 aaa "Five millions of human beings
. . , . 1,, .ateresw ior wmcn it nas Daen the swept away, while nations are spend
ries when in the public schools not especial champion in the Dast. to insr millions in conouest. and mil.
exceeding six in any county raises a shift as rapidly as may be the posl Hons in contriving more destructive
like amount. tlon of the party from the doctrine implements of war, and yet with
This U a good Idea and will be of high protection to that of free steam and telegraph the continents
nroductlve of irood. but whon tha trade, wherever it can be loaallv drawn more closely together
wi.i.nK. -.i.,- . and orofltablv aoDlied. and ha aw "V111 80,116 of tne neighboring coun
'-"'"ft - mc - y 1' tries were a generation ago. If the
from the fusion legislature of '97 it 866 the opportunity to perform this Lpirit of humanity influenced the
might have done better than to u Vf WUfc rulI evoiuwou, un nations of the earth as much as the
aer cover oi patriotic opposition to spirit of greed and grab does, there
criminal trust. would be no such horrid stories to
No one knows better than Mr. I write 49 tnat of India in the past
Babcock and his co adjutors that nve years."
Mr. Hancock, the Democratic can After the word India in the last
dldate for the Presidency was right Une insert the words "or Wilming-
Farmera Behind . With Theer Work In
New Llicht Downshlp.
New Light, N. C, April 29, 1901.
The farmers In this section are
But if any provide not f jr his not up with their work, owing to
own, and especially for those of his I the weather. A good many people
own honaa. he hath rionioH tv.a are planting their corn the second
!, --a ta u . time. There has been some cotton
f " .WA uuiiug IfUv (IBS! VT CTTJIk.
Mr. Robert Norwood died last
week of smallpox, and two of his
A 0NDERFUL DISCOVERY
Not my cures, but it keeps well
Is soltJ ny an organized company of
reap' dible business men and has the
end .t ement of thousands of Clergy
mm and noted people throughout tbe
Oiuniiry. we speak oi that wonder
tul instrument, Electropoise, and ask
your careful examination into the
cures it has wrought. Col. A. P. Nun
ally, of the Inter-Ocean, Chicago,
writes : MNearlv three rears exneri
enoe with Electropoise only confirms
tne truth or your claims. I say to my
friends that thia instrument is a most
wonderful invention, and I would not
part with mine it I oould not get an
other." Send address for our book
giving letters from people who hrr-i
been ourea by JCieotropoise. JCL,l
TROPOISE CO 613 Fourth Aven.i
Louisville, Ky. r
n Important Announcement.
We desire to call the personal and
immediate attention of each and every
one ot our readers to tne exceptions
terms upon which we are prepared to
oner the representatl? e journal of as?
rinulture, Farm and Borne, in conneo
tion with this paper. Everywhere
throughout the country Farm fc Home
is Known ana recognized as a Journal
of the highest standard. Its sound com
mon sense, practical teachings, terse
paragraphs, originality and pluck have
won for it a place at the head of tbe
agricultural press, its immense circu
lation, exceeding 800,000 copies each
wnnaic tha v xxta-o I cm In ran hava it nnnr snH T nni.ti.
make such feeble imitation.
That legislature provided for pay
ing $600 out of the public treasury
to every public school In the state
that would raise a like amount for
increasing the length and efficiency when he declared that the Uriff ton," and then read the last sentence
oi me pudiic scnoois. mis the demo- was a local issue,
cratic machine press attempted to An thinking Republicans
ridicule and to discredit, and the knew this at that time, and
democratic legislature of 99 they know it now. But Mr.
made haste to repeal this wise and Hancock's party Jumped on him
beneficial law. and crucified him for stating this
The libraries are alright as far as &reat and important truth.
tney go, out they will reach and Does Mr. Babcock now see that
of the above again.
IN THE ANTI-TRUST FICNT.
noamuMnt Member of the Tobacco
Trad Approve of the Projected Lea-pie.
Winston-Salem, N. C, April 29
benefit probably not more than one the time is here when the South ni th7 TrnT 7
pupil of the public fcchool out often, with Its wonderful wealth of nv iMmA win kom i- VsTT
If all the children of the state knew material is taking and will contin- U wAm -k xr! e7L
ne to take the factories to the field, The exact place and date will be an
to the mine, and to the forests, and nounced in a few days.
The Southern Tobacco Journal,
wmcn is oenina the movement for
the people to take a pledge not to
buy any goods manufactured by a
trust, announces today that it is re
ceiving letters from prominent
members of the tobacco trade advis
ing the editor that they are in
hearty sympathy with the action
taken and promising their active
how to read understanding there
would be less crying need for better
' public schools. The purpose of the
fusion legislature of '97 was to reach
those who most needed help, and to
reach all and prepare them to read
and study hereafter intelligently. It
seems to us that the last legislature
rather got the cart befoie the horse,
and the cart is a toy cart while the
horse, a strong, powerful and most
profitable animal, has been lost In
thereby make this section richer by
manufacturing its own raw mate
rials, than even the North eves
grew or ever could have grown by
manufacturing them for ui. That
therefore, these Southern industries
would profit in the future by the
benefits of protection as the North
has profited In the past; that the
North would then be handicapped,
For two hours a fashionable lady
kept a draper exhibiting his goods,
and at the end of that period she
sweetly asked :
"Are you sure you have shown
me everything you have ?"
' No madam," said the draper;
"I have yet an old account in my
ledger I'll gladly show you.B -He
did not need to show any more.
selves of an opportunity to secure, at a
wining cose, a paper wmcn win return
tnem a thousand per cent on the in
vestment in ih useful bints and teach.
ings to be obtained from its perusal.
to aii we say, try f arm ana Home
year, and you will never regret it.
copy of Homemade Contrivances.
moss useful book, containing 950 illus
trations, is included with each sub
MARCH AND THE LION.
Littleton. Female College continues
to receive more aoDlications for teach
ers from among its former pupils and , there is another one and a better one
SOMBTHINa BBTTHt THAN TH OLD SAW,
The saying about the lion and the
iamb in March often prove false, but
A.a. : a.s .
graduates than it can accept. At this
time every former pupil of the institu
tion, so far as can be. ascertained, who
desires to teach is at work.
A teacher is desired immediately for
a good country school. Any young
lady wishing this place may write at
once to Rev. J. M. Rhodes, Littleton.
speak a cid nra tot wi t.
troujcht me lmm-Jat r-hr
n . trousht me immM
Excellent Spring Catarrh!-"-----
mm. ! from that di4ae."
I am as Well as tver.
MUs Malti L.2uild. lr-j.-. .-
DtlsYoanc 1'-Hi4e'at'hrisjun 1--
ance t'nlon.m a recent letter frvB
cr UUay :
doubt IfPervms Acs m rn
tbt remedies rexommended lo-Ja,
t,Mlsrrb ol the . Heat. A rented thmi
mill curt Cmlsru ol the Hamsb mn
ture tbe avamr condition ol tbe
membrane say bcr. I bse ft.,nj ,
tbe bet remedy I A eer tried j
utMrrh. and belie lag It monby m,
endorsement I gladly meeord tt."
Mis. Klmer rlemlnfr. orau.r r
olr Conncll No. N. rili rtrr:, j
Klon f Honor. of M lnr-at:u. Vi.ta
rlU (rotii 2iXt folk atret, N. t .
-I have icn
H0X. D15. A. GB0STE50B, OF THE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY.
Hon. Dan. A. Oroavenor, Deputy Auditor for tbe War Department, In a letter
written from Washington, D.C, says :
"Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived
from one bottle of Peruna, One week has brought wonderful
changes and I am now as well as ever. Besides being one of the
verv best soring tonics It Is an excellent catarrh remedy." Very
respectfully, Dan. A. Qrosvenor.
Hon. John Williams. Coonty Commissioner of M7 West Second street, Duluth.
Mra. tlmr n-nu (
fail. 1 cat
1'eruna aa a re
A REAL TRACEDY ON THE STAGE.
One Student Shoots and Kills Another in
a Play at a Hhrh School Com men ce
ment at Burn.riile, N. C.
A special from Burnsville, N. C,
says: "While playing the tragedy,
Last Upon the World,' at the clos
ing exercises of Stanly McCormlck
High School, at Burnsville, Yancey
county, last night, a real tragedy
was enacted when It N. Mclnturf,
one of the students, was shot and
killed by Baccus Bally, another stu
dent, both representing characters
in the play, when It became nec
essary for Bailey, In his role, to de
fend himself with a revolver
against a drawn knife in the hands
of Mclnturf, he used by mistake a
loaded pistol instead of the one
with blanks, and in the presence of
several hundred people Mclnturf
was shot dead on the stage. The
boys were room mates and special
A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
"I stuck to my engine, although
every joint ached and every nerve
was racked with pain," writes C.
W. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman,
of Burlington, Iowa. "I was weak
and pale, without any appetite and
all run down. As 1 was about to
give up, I got a bottle of Electric
Bitters and, after taking it, 1 felt as
well as I ever did in my life." Weak
sickly, ran down people always
gain new life, strength and vigor
from their use. Try them. Satisfac
Sold by all druggist. Price 50 cts.
Mrs Fussy: "John, jou'se the
most unreasonable man I ever met
in my life'
Mr. Fussy : I don't doubt It. I'm
the only one that ever married
you.w Plck-Me Up.
NIOHT WAS HER TERROR.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Chas Apniegate, nf
Alexandria, Ind., "and cou'd hardly
get any sleep. 1 had consumption so
bad that if I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all other medicines failed, three
SS 00 bottles of lr. King's New Discov
ery wholly cured me and I gained 58
pounds." It's absolutely guaranteed to
cure cough, colds, lagripp-, bronchi
tis an1 all threat and lung troubles.
Price 60o and $1.00. Trial bottles free
Sold by all druggists.
"How came you, boy, to have
such a short, snub nose?" asked a
eity dandy of a country boy.
"So that I shouldn't b poking It
Into other people's business was
the withering reply.
SAYS HE WAS TORTURED.
4 1 suffered such pain from corns
I could hardly walk," writes H
Robinson, Hillsborough. Ills, but
Bucklen's Arnica Halve completely
cured them." Acts like magic on
sprains, brulafs, cuts, soree, rcald,
earn-, do us, ulcers. Ft rh-ct healer
of skin diseases and nllea. Curt,
guaranteed. Price 25c.
Hold by all druggists.
troubled all my
life with catarrh
tn mr head. I
to.V I'erun a for
months, and now
think I am per
tfllrte that for
ratarrh In all its
forms Peruna Is
the mli-iu of
the ace. It cure
when all other remedies
The eprlna; la the time to traat .
tarrh. Cold, wet winter weather . ':a
retards a cure of catarrh. If a four.,
Puruna la taVrn during the early sj.r:t
month the cure will be prom i t slI
permanent. There can be no fallur..
IVrnna Is taken intelligently during tit
favorable weather of spring.
As a eystemle catarrh remedy JVr..: i
eradicates catarrh from the sj-t-n,
wherever It may be located. It cur..
tarrh of the stomach or bowels w ltd -L
iamecertalnty aa catarrh of the hea 1
For a free book containing valu'.
advice on the causes and tretm-i,i A
catarrh, address The Peruna liedu.s
Co.. Columbus. Ohio.
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WORKED U HOURS A DAY.
There's no rest for those tireless
little workers Dr. King's New
Life Pills Millions are always
busy, curing torpid liver, jaundice,
biliousness, fever and ague. They
banish sick headache drive out
malaria. Never gripe or weaken.
Small, taste nice, work wonders.
Try them. 25 cents.
Bold by all druggists.
A Nice Spruuc Salt or Clothe.
Will be given free to anyone who
will sell only 100 packets seeds for us
at 5c each. No money reo aired in ad
vance. Write us a postal saying you ac- J mer
cepi mm oner, anu we will mail the
seeds to you at once.
T. J. Kino Co., Seedsmen, .
which is literally true When March
comes in and finds you taking Hood's
oariapariua w puruy, enrtcn anu vi
talize your blood, you may expect,
when it goes out, that it will leave you
free from that tired feeling and with
none of the boils; pimples and erup
tions which manifest themselves be
cause of impure blood in the spring, if
you have not already begun taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla for your spring
medicine, we advise you to begin to
day We assure you it will make you
M 1 a .a a a a aa
ieei newer au inrougn tne oomingsum-
To feel tired after exertion is one
thing; to feel tired before is another.
Don't say the Utter is laziness it
isn't; but it's a sign that the system
lacks vitality, is running down, and
needs the tonic effect of Hood's Sarsa
parilla. It's a warning too and sufferers
should begin taking Hood's tonic A
Buy a bottle today.
R. H. Hollidav's drug store.
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