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BY Till CAUCASIAN PUB. CO.
Ho. tr 11.
STATS LIKE A I'KiTlf.ENCK."
OOVF.KNOR AYCOCK aTATKI IH
inn iNAvnuRAi. avvuvmh thai
CSDKK, AN'I TIIKRKFOKK IY IM
PLICATION IS COXHEQUKJfCK OF,
pumoK RULE Lawi.kmxebh WALK-
KD THE 8TATE LIKE A PESTILENCE.
CRIME HTALKED AnROAD AT NOON
DAY, HLEEI LAY DOWN WITIi
ALARM AND THE BOUND OF Till
pihtol was more frequent than
the bono of the mockino bird.'
how btandh the case to-day
Governor? Haven't the act
of three red 81iirt leoi3latur
and more than two years oi
your own beneficent rul
PASHKD INTO IIIrtTORY SINCE YOl
proclaimed the foregoing?
When you are cavorting oyek
the state whooping for educa
tion and roadh don't you iiea1
OF MORE CHI M EH BEING COMMITEL
IN NORTH CAROLINA THAN HVEf
BEFORE AND DO YOU CONTINUE TO
ATTRIBUTE THESE TO PU9ION RULE?
the Times calls men 'Jay8.,r mi
ingrales M unless they are ready to
swallow all this and gwear that free
speech grows on every hedge-row In :
North Carolina. ' i
Ti e editor of Ibe Times further
on In his article said if we tried as
hard to lint! something in the ad
ministration of Gov. Ayccck that
would go to bU credit, as we did
to de ract from it thai our articles
would be very excellent and very
readable. He further suggested that
we might find some good points in
the life and public service of Sena
tor Simmons. We have never had
anything to say against either of
tub. I those men personally. But If we
had to 1)0 dependent upon the good
ieeds in their public life as the sub
ject for our editorials, we fear we
would have to fill our editorial
:olumns with old advertisements
tnd dead reading matter each week.
If the Times wll tell us of tbe
reat things Senator Simmons and
Jov. Ajccck have done for North
arolina we will take pleasure in
.iving npaccto same in this paper.
ut f r our llvas we can't think of
a A 1 L I i L,
tny oi ine great mings invy nave
tone for the State. However they
may nave tne nonor lor me mgu
taxeJ, a bankrupt treasury, and foi
the red-fehlrt and rotten egg brigade
hat terrorized this state in '98 and
1900, the fruits of which campaigns
vo are now reaping in the form ol
ncreased crimes of ever kind in
Mad tht Suet Hay And Coras.
AshxUoro, N. C- Nov. 3. ape
ciah A mad di g bit a horse belong
ing to Mr.Z. A. Lewellyn, who
lives four mi lea southwest of this
place, yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Lewel'yn chased the dog to Athe
boro. While going through tte
streets of the town the dog came In
contact with Hugh, a son of Mr.
Thos J. Mofflt, aged about fourteen
years, and bit him severely on the
leg and shoulder. The dog escaped.
List week the Isthmus of Panama
leclared herself independent of tLe
government of Colombia, which
lad heretofore exeich&d sjvercigntj
ver her. The Unikd States, with
THE CAUSES OV POLITICAL I
TOLEKANCP IN OUK STATE.
Many Bills Intro! need.
Washington, Nov. 9. Sevrral
hundred bills were introduced in
the Housa today. A hUtehooi bill
for New Mexico, intnduced by
Delegate Rodey, has the distinction
of being Ihe first Home bill of-thc
Fifty-eighth Congres, and will be
No. 1. Kepresemtativa liarthchlt
of Missouri sought this di.-tinction
for a bill restorhg the army can
teen, but was C'Uipelled to taku
i second place, and this bill is No. 2.
A bill giving congress the right
to regulate trust3 was inlroJuced by
Representative Sibley of Pennsyl
vania introduced a bill to increase
pay of rural free delivery carriers.
Representative Sulzer of New
York introduced bills for the erec
tion of monuments in Washington
to Samuel J. Tikien and Amo3 J.
Washington, Nov. 9 With gal
leries crowded, with the chamber a
mass of elaborate floral tributes and
every senator in his seat, the gavei
f President Pro Tern. Frye sound-
d at noon today, calling the Senate
ogether in the tecond extraordi
nary session of the fifty-eighth Con
The special eessi m of the Senate
following the adjournment last
spring of the fi ftv-seventh congress
eliminated mneh of the routine
work which otherwise would have
been prolonged today.
Senator Hanna's pronounced vie-
Save .Your Daughter
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' r rv I .MxnrC mini i I i n i mi n n it mini
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No. 1SS West SSth Street,
Kct YatLM. Cm, Si. Y, April a. UOL
W1b of C&rda! ha, been blestinf to 107 horn.
viwu ivwni liijiv 11 wi gremi rtiKj waca 1 wm wcvt o
rmin. but I tun ecpecsUr cratefol for wht it di4 lor
OAOgntr asl oily cJiild. I totiol tat ber mease wr
tit! &Bd bo mu. Jered with beadciiet uidriddlMM, beavi
nw In the frUka en fad aSjoat tbe loiax. TbU MiiooMf i
terfra with her tuWai asd tba bad to diMoattaa ttrcnl
r3"xjgr on ra aoa aqcaniaf taa taattor atigfeatcd that I gf htt a coaraa
of toot Wlae of Cardoi ts it bad reiierd ber daacaUr of a similar tnbl. After air
daobter bad aaeditfor aire wceksl found . '
great tmproresient ia br looks, beallh CZa' w
behavior, to fact ebe wa a diSerent XX
rl. Tbe flow becatse rt yrjUr and we '
ura not bad any difllculty iace. 7 47
Tuaacaas, fianeaoaa afaawiiai. AaaocLaxxo.
, Here the menfitmal function had not been properly atarted and the na
natnrai condition wa maLirjj the younff firl an mvaJnl. Tb headaches and
giddiness, indicated somethirj uicra than a mere temporary ailment. They
ero symptom of a functional trcakiij which would beooma mora and more
aggravated as years went by. But Mrs. Thompson was ready to t&ks ad rice
for her daughter s walfaw and she gave the little sufferer Wine of Cardui and
now sns is a wen young woman.
If your daughter is sickly and frequently ailing the letter of this good
mother contains the best advice yon ean follow.
Wine Cardui is the menstrual regulator that care nine cases out of
e ery ten . i oung gins, motners anU aged women find this tome indispensable.
AH druggists sell $1.00 bottles Wine of Cardui.
OF EVrllY DESCRIPTION.
I.AK'iKST .STOCK, SKXI Kolt CATALOGUES A PItlCIS
"ALL RIGHT' COOK S10VI:S,
II K ATI NO STOVKS. IIOUSK KUIINISUINO GOODS. TIN
WAllK, PAINTS AND 0IIL?lLIUNf2 3IATKKIAL.
There's no satisfying people' with
the weather even in the next world
tt will proljably be too hot fr some
of 'em. Et,
Nothing has ever equalled it.
Nothing can ever surpass it.
50c & SI.60
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lt?pubhc of Panama when it wa? tory in the Ojio election won for
Tho IUlelgh (Evening) Times mlv throe dava old. Jt is almost a blul wnat a3 oae 01 tne mo Pre
rmiiniAntlnu-on th nrUfnrtal In nnr IM , i,t -o will hv w""uua UWittl 111
... ... I m.u US CJunoto o L.U Irll 51 Kxr U Tof rC
iut laauu iu hiijt suuiu oi uui ne HinmiaU v auf. 1. 11 U mun K'u i i n i nr ' pi !w in vvhinh wn5
bright young n.en leave the Btatel than probable tint cur govc rnn:e;.t I wrought out of California grasses,
nays that we gave comfort and evI-Kuill have to make a new tteai ribbons and red, while and blue
denco to the liHeaponsIble mutter-1 with the new Ilnublic Lefuru th
lngs of a few 4Jays" and "'Ingrat-I uanal can be built, but c a e iron
h." I certain of the Panama . mat now
We did not give comfort to those I than ever before.
facta and are but prised that the
A Perfect For All Throat and
Cure : Lung Troubles.
Money back if it fails. Trial Bottles free.
TO SUBSCMBEHS I
The men who purchase 1 tic
"petrified man" in the western part
of the State pome months ago have
now instituted suit f. gainst the man
of whom they mado the purchase,
charging him with obtaining monfy
under false pretense. We t hough r
we would hear another 6tory about
th9 petrifled " man. We would
like to know what the Charlotte
Observer now has to eay on the sub
immortelles, the design of the"
Americanecagle indenlcial with that
on a hilver quarter of a dollar. The
shuld was surmounted with a gor-
rosis. The otfering bore the inscrip
tion : "Senator llanua fioni hi
frietiU-s. the Irih Democrats ' of
Senator Gorman's triumph in the
Maryland election was recognized
by a largo floral tribute which was
more than twenty feet in diameter.
Cott of Election ia New York City.
We see it stated that th9 election
in New York th's week will cost
that city rot less than $600,000.
Iuspctors of election will receive
$2 6,000 of the above amount, it is
said. Union Republican.
editor of the Times should wilfull;
inIs(iuoto us. We said at tho time
of writing the article that we did
not herald the fact to the world at
glad tidings but that it made our
heart ache to know that such con
dltlons existed In our State. If the
editor of tho Times can call that
comfort then he has a new defl
nltlon for the word.
We did not publish these com
ments from former North Caroll
nuns to cast any slur upon our
BUte, but we placed tho blame
where It belonged, upon a few ruoee- When Booker Washington spoke
back politicians in this State who in Raleigh at the colored fair, some
have brought about the condition oi of the prominent democrats in this A RUNAWAY BICYCLE,
political intoelranco to those who city eaid that it would pay to have ..TerminafteTdw,iJthn "gly cut on
. , J . ... t ... ......tho 1 g of J. 15. Orner, Franlin
cnooso 10 ao ineir own ininaung anu uooKer mate inai Fpeecn over i Q.ove, Id. It developed a s nbbon
vote accordingly. North Carolina. If they can secure ulcer unyielding to doctors and ro
rri,. rrt, r... (uA.,n.n.i. f Uw p tiw. wo0i,in mcaioj ror roar yar3. lfcou lucil
young men have left tho State for there should not be any trouble in
other reasons than political intol- securing Winston to escort him
lcrance. This may be true but they over the State.
werenot young men who had politi
cal aspirations or have ever reached We were sorry to learn Sunday
political prominence eieewncre. that the lumber plant of Mr. J. S.
Ma - ft. .1
imseaiiorwouianaveuaoeueve Basnight, at James City, had been
that no efforts are ever made to pre- destroyed by fire. Mr. Basnight
Miiim, Wafer S Baia
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len'c Arnica Falve cured It's juat
as good for liurns. Scalds, Skin
Erup iona and Piles. 25j at any
eent free speech in this State, and
even since our last Issue we have
read in the Greenville Reffector an
article which stated in substance
that Prof. Bassett of Trinity Col
lege should be run out of the State,
nd Webster's Weekly even went
80 far as to want to close up Trinity
College and ship the whole crowd.
We do not receive the South At
lantic Quarterly published at Trinity
College by Prof. Bassett and there
fore have not read his article on the
future of the negro. But we think
he has a right to hli views and that
he should not be run out of the
State for expressing them. Free
speech ia allowed in North arolina
so long as it is (n favor of the demo
cratic red-shirt machine, but when
any one wishes to say anything to
the contrary they stop him if they
can. In 1900 many of our speakers
were threatened by democrats i
they attempted to speak at their ap
pointed places. Some of the epeak
era were not allowed to get eff the
train, the speakers stand was pulled
from under another. At Dunn tne
democrats went to the hotel where
o le of our speakers was ajtopping
battered down his bed-room door
entered has room with drawn pistols
and ordered him to leave town at
once. Didn't the democrats threaten
the lives of Ex-Senator Marion But
ter and Hon. D. L..Ru3sell if they
epoke la Wilmington during the
campaln of 1900. Didn't the demo
crats carry over the State shot guns,
rd-shlrts, mean whiskey and rotten
"eggs for the purpose of terrorizing
their opponents and to prevent them
from speaking if possible. And still
had been in the lumber business at
James City for a number of yers
and had proven himself a fine busi
ness man. We sympathize with
him in his great financial lo.-s.
ROBERT H. McHBILL
Attorney & Connsellor at Law,
Office in Bond Building,
WASHINGTON, 3. C.
Jt is an admitted fact that
Greuborj is rapidly forgoing to
ihe front and in a vory short lime
will bo tbe leading city cf North
Carolina. Her Railroad facilities
are u surpassed in th State, ne
more is a constant influx of capita1
employed in Ilo various kinds ol
manufacturing, which isccntanU
increasing the population of ht
City, and ra d?matid for real
estate- has baen created, and tht
property is constantly clanging
hands, but considering h mar
velous growth of h CHy, the price
has kept on a reasonable baait.
Pcrsom desiring to invest hro sat:
make no mlitake, prorldtd proptr
cie Is taken in locatiom and priot
of property. Wt make It oar kusi
nasi to kep a vigilant watch over
the interest of our euitooitrs, and
aro in a position to save you money,
a we koap potted on value in tity
nd nr&rby farming aroptrty, and
an aid you in Invoitlncr voi r
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When you ars in ihe Ctty we
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to viifc cur office,
Room No. 6, oror Rykos Druf
Store, Greensboro, N. C.
(the cmjest Stock iu tlje tUorlo.
Stearin 100 bacictics.
Eici'jlig in Mm Founl al Our Slue.
Goods shipped farce day ordered, ((irren Tia ling Stamps give n
with rash purcha-ex ) q
sicsx of Tin: hoiisk sii c k. . O
Hart-Ward Hardware Company, 2
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RALEIGH, N. C. 0
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( Formerly Private Secretary to Hon.
J. C. Prltchard.)
Will prcsecute pension and patent
claim?, represent defendants before
the Honorable Commissioner of
Inlernal Revenue, and make col ec-
The editor of the Asheville Citi
zen now denies that a negro paper
Las been absorbed by the Citizen, tions from various Departments of
But what's the use r 'ine tact re
mains that he has a negro as asso
ciate editor, so what is the differ
Ail is feir in love and war at
least that is what the Panama Ite-
the Government, especially for
Postmasters and 17. S. C'ommis.
public and the United States think. Unhealthy Kldncjs Make Impure Blood.
A You n r Woman Kill Her Acred Has-
Baltimore, Nov. 9. The case of
a youn wife killing her aged hus
band has been unearthed by the
authorities of Baltimore county,
the tragedy occurred shortly after
six o'clock last Thursday evening
on a farm about two miles west of
Iteisterstowu. The . victim was
Michael Smith, a farmer aged 67.
He was killed by his wife, Edith
Smith, 33 years-old. She hit the
man over the headvwllh a piece of
flooring four feet long during a
q nrrel; The" tragedy occured in the
presence of their-fodti children in
the yard. After being struck the
man. fell unconscious, and was put
to bed by his wife and children.
All the bloQd in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
blood purifiers, they fit
ter out the waste or
impurities ia the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
hey had heart trouble, because the. heart i
"over-working in pumping thick, kidney--poisoned
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It used to be considered that only urinary
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but now modern science proves that nearly
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