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A MORTAGE ON PltKHEST AND
KKXT GENERATION
The Democratic I-gilature has
decided to lme bond. This Is one
of the fruits of Red Bhlrt Democrat
ic rule.
The Houne ha already pal
bond Mil for 1300.000. The Senate
la urged to make It a half million.
Mmv tiolitlclans and Democratic
af
newBiiairH say that It will hurt
the partyjuflt as hard to Ihhug $300,-
000. of bonds as it will to Issue
double the amount. There reason
Is that it is no worse to steal
two lambs than one lamb. Besides
they admit that the next Demo
cratic Lee-Mature will have to issue
- - n
more bond and that it will hurt
worse to do It twice than once.
But the result of Democratic ex
travagance and mismanagement
will be the same on the tax-payers.
Every year the people will be taxed
about f 16,000 extra to pay the In
terest on those Honda. And after
theneoole have paid $240,000 In-
M g - - a.
terest they will then have to pay
back tho full amount of these bonds
in addition, unless the Democrats
should decide to repudiate these
bonds.
How much more of such Democra
tic "economy and good govern
ment" do the people want?
THE ItEPOUT OF THE WHITE
WASHING COMMITTEE
or
SENATOR JETER C. PUITCIIAItD
Senator Pritchard has Just closed
a term of eight years of most hon
orable and useful service la the U.
8. Hecate.
Few men have carried a greater
burden of labor and responsibility
during this period. He has bean
not only a faithful Senator for hU
own state, bat practically a Repub
lican Senator for the whole South.
The number of people whose
want he has patiently listen to and
whose interest he has tried to serve
has been enormous. During It all
he has never lost his patience
been uncivil to anyone.
Besides be has always given the
closest attention to the iuteweHta of
his state. Daring all this time he
has been the close friend of and a
power with both the McKInley and
the Roosevelt administrations.
North Carolina loses much In his
retirement from the Senate, lie
was worth more to the industrial
progress of the State than any two
or a half dozen Democratic Senators
can possibly be. We believe than a
large part of the Democratic party
realize that it would have beeQ
better for the State for him to have
been returned to the Senate.
It is to be hoped that the time
will soon come when the masses of
the people in the state and In the
whole South will
principles and not
party prejudice.
This legislature failed to create a!
new job for Francis D, Wins! on, or jef humanity
the Hon. Locke Craig.
BtttarThM Gold
years
" "" (f- 4 - I M my .1 !! lini, VUVb aUJa
chronic Indigestion and ner, ' dysentery are overcome by Pain
lebility," writes F. J. Green-J kilter. It Is equally health promot-
a .r ir nv.'. M ' . ... . -
vote on business
on sentiment or
And the sooner
"I wes troubled or several
with
vous debility,
of Lancaster, N. H. "No remedy . 13 di-aatea.
helpey me until I began using Elect-1
ric imtera, wmcn ma me more gooa
than all the medidnes I ever used.
They have also kepf mp wife in ex
cellent health for years. She says
Electric Bitters are Just splendid for
female troubles; that they are a grand
tonic and invlgorator for weak, run
down women. No other medicine
can takes its place in our family."
Try them. Only 50c Batisfiactlon
guaranteed sold by all Druggists.
Of AH OMWi
cholera la the wont.
Treatment to be effective must be
prompt. When vomiting, purging
and sweat announce that the disease
is present, combat It with Perry Da
vis' Painkiller. All bowel troubles.
like diarabcea, cholera morbus and
FOB OVER FIFTY YEARS
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children wvile teeth
ing. It soothes the child, softens
the gums, allays all pain, cures
wind colic, and is the best remedy
for Diarrhoer. Twenty-five cents a
bottle. Sold by all druggists
throughovt the would.
WANTEDFAITHFUL PER
SON TO TRAVEL, for well estab
lished house in a few counties, call
ing on retail merchants and agents.
Local territory. Salary $1021 a
year and expenses, payable $19.70 a
week in cash and expenses advanced.
Position permanent. Business suc
cessful . and rush ins Standard
House, 331 Dearborn St, Chicago.
this condition comes the better it
will be for the State.
The Whitewashing has been done
but it took some time as revera
coats had to bo put on before they
could get it to look anything like
white.
The joint legislative committee
appointed to Investigate the charge
of cruelty to the convicts on the
march from Spruce Pines to Marion,
a distance of over twenty-five miles,
on January 21st, made its report to
the Legislature last Wednesday
night. It found that the road is
the worst in the State, the mud
being on an average of 3 to 5 inches
(and in many places over a knee
deep) that most of the Convicts
were shackled together two and two
and by chains around the ankles,
and these convicts (some of them
being very sick) had to drag these
chains though the mud and ice for
twenty-five miles on one of coldest
days of the winter driven on by
curses and threats of the-guards, and
still the commltte failed to see
where any cruelty had been done,
The following is an extract from
the committees report:
.The committee find that on ar
rival at Marion three gallons of
whiskey were devided among the
convicts, but no coffee or warm food
was issued to them that night or the
next morning, which the committee
thinks could and should have been
furnished; that the convicts reached
Marion about 6 p. m and was im
mediately put in cars, but that be
cause of a railroad accident the cars
were not moved that night and the
convicts were kept therein from the
evening ot the 21st to the morning
0 the 23rd, 36 hours, before they
were taken out a length of time too
great to keep the convicts confined
in the cars, and the authorities
should have seen that at intervals
they were taken out and given fresh
air and exercised.
j.ne committee tans to una any
acts of cruelty on the part of the
penitentiary superintendent or of
the employes, but that the superin
tendent has always been on the side
of humanity; justice and mercy, and
that the same is true as to Super
visor Lashley,"
We stated in our editorial last
week that ths committee would
a j m a a m -
wnitewasn tne anair lor in tne eyes
of some democrats it is better for
humanity to suffer tortues than for
one of their number to lose a job or
even be reprimanded. In other
words, judging from the outcome of
this affair, a democrat, if he is strong
In the faith, can do no wrong. But
there is a day of reckoning coming
for the persecutors of those convicts
When a democratic committee will
be neither Judge nor jury an i the
verdict will be different.
The Red Shirt Democrats of
Wilson who have been trying to
keep their friend VIck, the negro
post-master at Wilson in office, are
no doubt very much grieved that a
- strong and influential man like Dr.
Person la to be postmaster. .
GOV. BECKHAM'S MANDAMUS
On last Wednesday night the
following news item was sent out
from Frankfort Kentucky;
Attorneys for Governor Beck
ham this afternoon filed in the
Woodfard circut court a petition for
a mandamus requiring Chairman
Allie Young of the Democratic state
committee and the member of the
sub-committee having the state pri
mary in charge to place his name on
the ballot as a candidate for the
office of governor,"
This is the way they do 'things in
Kentucky. The political situation
in that State is returning to the days
Goebelism. Tillmanism in South
Carolina, Simmonism in North
Carolina and Qoebelism in Kentucky
are three of a kind and a very bad
kind at that.
SHORT DAIBY COURSE
Young men working upon the
farms can nearly double their pres
ent wages by taking, a six weeks' '
course In dairying at the A. & M.
Colleg for the Colored Race, Greens
boro, N. C. Winter Terms began
Jan. 5-1903, Spring Term will begin
March, 23-1903. For terms, ets.,
address Prof. J. Henry Bluford,
director of the Department of Agri
culture and Chemistry, and for cata
logue and general information ad
dress Pres. Jas. B- Dudley, A. & M.
College, Greensboro, N. C.
MOIiK RIOTS
Disturbances of strikers are not
nearly as grave as an individual dis
order of the system. Overwork,
loss of sleep, nervous tension will
be followed by utter collapse, unless
a reliable remedy Is immediately
employed. There's nothing so effi
cient to cure disorders of the Liver
or Kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's
a wonderful tonic, and effective
nervine and the greatest all around
medicine for run down systems. It
dispels Nervousness, Rheumatism
and Neuralgia and satisfaction
guaranteed by all Druggist.
In our editorial last week on the
democratic juror who was sent to
ail in Sampson county; the printers
made us say that Herring, the juror
in question, was a member of the
Board of County Commissioners
when the editorial as written stated
that he was a member of the Board
of County Canvassers.
How much of this money which
the Democratic administration is
borrowing goes to pay the salaries
of the new offices created by the
Democratic Legislature for party
henchmen?
Senator Prichard's friends did the
handsome thing in presenting him
with a costly silver service on the
evening that his term in the Senate
expired, Ana too it was a comp
liment that he highly deserves.
TRAGEDY AVERTED
"Just in the nick of time our little
boy was saved" writes Mrs. W.
Watkins of Pleasant City, Ohio,
"Pneumonia had played sad havoc
with him and a terrible cough set
in besides. Doctors treated him,
but he grew worse every day. At
length we tried Dr. Kings New
Discovery for Consumption, and our
darling was saved. He's now sound
and well." Everybody oueht to
know, it's the only sure cure for
Coughs, Colds and all Lung diseases.
Guaranteed by all Druggist. Price
50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free.
Nearly Forfeits His Life
A runaway almost ending fatally,
started a horrible ulcer on the leg of
J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, 111,
For four years it defied all doctors
and all remedies. But Bucklen's
Ardica Salve had no trouble to cure
him. Equally good for Burns,
Bruises, Skin eruptions and Piles.
25c at any Drug Store.
In effect January 13th, 1903
This condensed schedule is pun
ished as information and is sub-
ect to change without notice to the
public.
How to A Told Trouble.
Now is the time to provide your
self and family with a bottle 01
Chamberlain's colic, cholera and
diarrhoea remedy. It is almost
certain to be needen before the sum
mer is over, and if procured now
may save you a trip to town in the
nigal or in your busiest season. It
is j, try where admitted to be the
mosi successful medicine in use for
bowel complaints, both for children
and adults. No family can afford
to be without it. For sale by T. F.
Saunders.
a
IT SAVED HIS LEG
P. A. Danforth of LaGrange, Ga.
suffered for six months with
frightful running sore on his leg;
but wiites that Bucklen's Arnica
Salve wholly cured it in five days.
For Ulcers, Wounds, Piles, it's the
be3t salve in the world. Cure guar
anteed. Only 25cts. Sold by all
druggists.
THE SAINT LiOUIS AND SAN FRAN
CISCO R. R. OFFERS TO THE
COLONIST.
Arkansas, Missouri, Kansas Nebras
ka, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, and
Indian Terry's.
On the following dates:
February 17th, March 3rd and 17th
April 7th and 21st. Write for ad
vertising matter, Rates and infor
matien to W. T, Saunders, G. A. P.
D., Atlanta, Ga,
TRAINS LEAVE RALEIGH, N. O.
12.50 a. m. No. Ill daily for
Greensboro and local points. Carries
Pullman sleeper Raleigh to Greens
boro, open for occupancy at 9.00 p.
m. connecting at Greensboro with
train No. 39, "Atlanta Express.
Pullman sleeper and day coaches to
Atlanta, Pullman Tourist sleeper to
San Francisco Cal., Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays via New Or
leans and Southern Pacific, No. 33,
"Floriday Express," for Charlotte,
Columbia and Savannah, Pullman
sleeper to Jacksonville. Port Tampa
Charleston and Agusta connections
for all points in Florida. No. 37,
Washington and Southwestern
Limited," solid Pullman train draw
ing room sleepers, New York to
New Orleans and Memphis, con
nection is also made for Winston-
Salem, Wilkesboro, Danville and
local stations 5:20 a. m. No. 112
daily for Goldsboro and local stat
ions: connecting at Goldsboro with
Atlantic Coast Line for Wilming
ton, N. C, Wilson, N. C, Tarboro,
N, C, Norfolk, Va., and immed
iate stations, also at Goldsboro with
Atlantic and North Carolina Rail
way for Kinston, N. C, Newberne,
N. C, and immediate stations.
8 56 a. m. No. 107 daily for
Greensboro and local stations, con
nects at Durham for Oxford, Hend
erson, Keysville and Richmond.
At University Station for Chapel
Hill daily except Sunday. At
Greensboro with train No. 36. U. S.
"Fast Mail" for Washington and
all points north. Pullman drawing
room sleepers to New York and
Richmond; close connection for
Winston-Salem, Mocksville and
local stations, with train No. 7 for
High Point, Salisbury, Charlotte
and local stations.
10.30 a. m. No. 108 daily for
Goldsboro and all local points, con
nects at Selma for Wilson, Rocky
Mount and all Eastern North Caro
lina points. At Goldsboro for Wil
mington, Kinston, Newberene, N.
C, and Norfolk, Va., where close
connection is made with Chesapeake
Line for Baltimore and all . other
outgoing steamers.
3.53 p. m. No. 135 dally for
Greensboro and immediate stations;
connects at Durham for Oxford,
Clarksvllle, Keysville daily except
Sunday. At University Station
for Chapel Hill daily except Sunday
At Greensboro with train No. 29
for Columbia, Augusta, Savannah,
Charleston, Pullman sleeper and
first class coaches Washington to
Jacksonville, Fla. No. 35 "U. 8.
Fast Mall" for Atlanta and all points
south and southwest, Pullman draw
ing room sleepers to Birmingham
and New Orleans, day coaches
Washington to New Orleans, also
with north bound trains No. 34 and
38 for Washington and all points
north. Pullman drawing room sleep
ers and observation car to New
York; connection is also made at
Greensboro for Winston-Salem and
at Salisbury to Memphis.
4.12 p. m. No. 136 daily for
Goldsboro and local stations.
O. H. Ackert, General Manager.
W. A. Turk, Pass. Traf. Manager.
S. H. Hardwick, G. P. A., Wash
ington, D. G.
R. L. Vernon, P. A. Charlotte,
N.C.
T. E. Green, City Ticket Agent.
Office in Yarboro House Building,
Baleigh, N. 0,
WORKING OVERTIME
Eight hour laws are ignored bv
those tireless, little workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always at work, night and day.
curing Indigestion, Biliousness,
Constipation, Sick Headache and all
Stomach, Liver and Bowel troubles.
Easy, pleasant, safe, sure. Only 25c
at any durg store,
WANTED A TRUSTWORTHY
gentleman or lady in each county to
manage business for an old estab
lished house of solid financial stand
ing. A straight, bona fide weekly
cash salary of $18.00 paid by check
each Wednesday with all expenses
direct from headquarters. Money
advanced for expenses. Manager,
340 Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
MANAGER WANTED.
Trustworthy, either sex, by whole
sale Merchandise Company of solid
financial standing, to manage Local
Representatives who will organize
clubs among consumers. 40 per cent
saved for our customers. Business
no experiment but a proven success.
Salary $18.00 a week, expenses ad
vanced. Experience unnecessary.
Address D. B. Clarkson, Mgr., 334
Dearborn St., Ohicago, 111.
MINNEAPOLIS. MINN.
Raleigh to Minneapolis, Minn.,
and return at rate of one fare for the
round trip plus $2-00, account Na
tional Educational Association. Tick
ets on sale July 4th. 5th. and fit.h.
limited returning July 14, 1902.
An extention of the final limit to
October 1st, can be secured by depos
iting ticket with the Joint Agent,
Minneapolis on or before July 14th,
nd on payment of fee of 50c.
TH CHAMBERLIN
Screw Stump Macliie.
The onlj- Stomp Machlnain
the world that aooocoafnlly
polls all claaasa and aJnaof
torn pa.
CHMIBERLINRIFG.C0.
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UPOH TOTAL PORT RECEIPTS OF COTTON
lot SEPT., 1902. TO 10th JAN., 1003.
OOMTCOT OLOOgQ Pjr DCC? 3loF- -00 --
MAGNIFICENT TWENTY THOUSAND
BOIUIB
OFFER.
To tho ono Making the exact, or tho nearest to tho exact, ooTlmatocf
the receipts of ootton AT ALL UNITED STATES PORTO from Spt.l.
IOOS. to January IO. 1003 S2SZ
Tothe next nearest estimate
To tho second next nearest ItOw
To the five next nearest-
To the ten next nearest-
To the fifteen next nearest
To the twenty next noarest
To the fifty next nearest -
To the one hundred nearest
0300oach
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Conditions of Sending Estimates in This Mammoth 020,000
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tor U BCSWT BOUT II u4 aoolbaf (Mi mala for Tllfi COX JTITUTIOX
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(4 Send OOo for one estimate olono in the contest If you don't want a subsorlptloa, or It veu
wish to make a r umber of estimates on this basis you may send THRU estimates for eery ON IDOL
LAB forwardod at the came time estimates are sent. If as many as TEN estimates are sent at the
same time, without subscription, tho sender may forward them with only THRCS dollars this epe
clal discount being offered only to estimntos of ten. A postal card receipt will be sent for each
estimate so received. Where subscriptions are sent the arrival of the paper Itself Is an acknowledge
ment that your estimate has beon recelvad and carefully recorded.
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T7ME (DMNQTnniWTIfDRIt
My little son ban an attack of
whooping cough and was threatened
with pneumonia; but for chamber
lain's cough remedy we would have
had a serious time oi it. It also
saved him from several severe at
tacks of croup. H. J. Btrickfaden,
editor World-Herald, Ftir Haven,
Wasl:. For sale by T. F. Sana i era.
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J. L. TYNDALL'S
TWtTwaTna from the Northern Wood
lie fa PyaBalsam, the certain em. forconfclii.
WANTED A TRUSTWORTHY
gentleman or laday in each county
to manage business for an old estab
lished house, of solid financial stand
ing. A straight bona fide weekly
cash salary of $18.00 paid by check
each Wednesday with all expenses
direct from headquarters. Money
advanced for expenses. Manager,
340 Caxton Bldg., Chicago.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
By local applications, as tbey cannot
reach the seat of the disease, Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you must take inter
nal remedies. Halls Catarrh Cure is
not a quack medicine. It was prescrib
ed by one of the best physicians in this
country for years and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on tbe
macous surfaces. The perfect combi
nation of the two ingredients is - what
produces such wonderful results in cur
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials
free.
F. J. CHENEY tfc CO., Toledo. O.
Prop's Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
A nice line of Merchandise, Dy Goods and Notions, Shoes, Hat,
Caps, Ac, at most any price to suit. In fact they
ZMZTTST BE SOLD.
Groceries, Flour, Meat, Meal, Molassas, Sugar, . Coffee, Rice, Candy,
Crackers, Pepper, Spices, Ginger, Extracts, tc. Tobacco and Snuff, OLD
VIRGINIA CHEROOTS, Soaps, Soap Powdeis, Gold Dust, Washing
Powders, &c. Just come and see for it
IMITXST 33 JED SOLID.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware, Crockery, Ac, and nice line of II
ness, Buggy Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Halters and so so. Everythln g
prices that make it go, and it
MUST BE SOLID.
Also sell BLACK DEATH, the gmt insect destroyer, kills all kind of
insects on collard, cabbage and all other kind of plants. Don't "all to
see me, I will save you money.
Yours for bargains,
J.L.TYHDALL
SUITE YOUR GARDENS
By Using
ORDER
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EXPRESS
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Special Rates.
PERSOAL TO SUBSCRIBERS
T1I'L-SKND to eTcrJ subscriber or reader of Thb Caccasiav a fn!l
sized ONR DOLLAR package of VlT-ORE. by mail. POSTPAID, sufficient
for one month's treatment, to be paid for within one montb'a time after receiDt
if the receiyer can truthfully say that its use has done him or her more rood'
than all the drugs and dope, of quacks or good doctors or patent medicines be
or she has erer used. READ this over again cartfolly, and nndersUod that
we ask our pay only when it has done you good, and not before. We take all
the risk; you have nothing to lose. If it does not benefit you. you pay us noth
ing Vltse-Ore is a natural, hard, adamantine rock-like substance mineral
- Ore mined from tbe ground like gold and silrer, and require about twenty
years for oxidization. It contains free iron, free sulphur and magnesium and
one package will equal in medical strength and curative value 800 gallons of the
most powerful, efficacious mineral water, drunk fresh at thesprinrs It is b
geological discovery, to which there is nothing added or taken from. ' It is the
marvel of ths century for curing such diseases as Rheumatism, Brirht's Dis
ease, Bipod Poisoning, Heart Trouble, Diphtheria, Catarrh and Throat Affec
tions, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Aliments, Stomacb and Female Disorders Lb
Gnrpe, Malarial Fever, Nervous Prostration and General Debility, as thou
sands testify, and as no one, answering this, writing for a package. wiU derv
after usma. Give age. ills and sex. '"'u Qerj
.v offer will challenge the attention and consideration, and afteri
.6iavuUB w .rj "V-. P"" woo aesires better health, or wbosufhe
tct.uo, iu uu uiscuca wuiui uave uenea ine meaical world end a
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" c uuw lor juur BKeps cum, Dut asa your Investigation, and at
juu nave, oj warning io us lor a package.
fat. March 16 and Mov. 9, 1897.
Pat. in Canada Nov. a, 1897, ;
ad Jan. 5, 1900-
BUG DEATH
Non-Poisonons Insecticide,
1 Pound Package,
3
5
12 1-2
Shakeas -
Hart-Ward Hardware Co ,
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35
.50.
1.00
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Raleigh, N. G.
with age
our expense, regardless of what ills
You must not wnte on a postal card
in ana wer to this, address THKO. NOEL
529, 5S1, W. North Ave,, Chicago, 111 .
COMPANY DEPT. JL F 627.
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JOSHUA B.
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Iargt-t asd best stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
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