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I HJSHKO KVBrtY Mi;KMA
"UNM.KNKns YVAI.KKU TIIK
MTA I K I, IKK A l'K-1 ILK.Nl K."
(ioVKHNOlC AYCOTK HTATKI) IN
If 1H I.NAMiL'KAl AllKJH THAT
t'.M)Klt, AN I) TIIKKKKOUK IlY IM
PLICATION IN (d.NHMirKXCK OF,
FUSION KL'I.K -I.A WI.KSMN K W'Al.K
Kl TIIK hTATK I.IKK A I'KH M LKNCL,
THE DIVOIirK MILL HUHJU3CO
It will be remeuibend that
am on if other hort romlngs of the
VmoTdtic legislature th-y pa-ed ft
very lax dvrce lw The follow
ing from Sun'tsy News A Observer
hiiuwh the result of such a Uw in
"Of ihe fifty th-ee fl'al jug
mn h eiiteied at the It term l
in- Wke count? court, thirteen
were lor divorce Only ono was r -t'u--d,
King VH King being enter
al a a nun -utt. There are now
caid to t on the da kejt about
twelve div rce -ui 8.
This in home uior. of Ihe (faulty)
ftuit of dem crat ie goid govern
eat " for which the tax paytfe are
forced to p y j high.
The Shelby Aurna thinks that
b-fote the dmcra a ask the people
fur their votes to continue them in
oowr, they i-h uld funin the
voo r.4 viith a correct Htateiuent of
the condition of the 8 ate Treasury
( kimk hTALKKO AiikOAi at noon- at the tune thy took charg- and
y, t n 1.4V imiwn with now. Hut tht- democratic machine
A I A KM ANI 'I 1 1 K MIU.M) OF TIIK
I'MTiiL WAS Moll1- FKKO.lNT THAN
TIIH HOMi OF THK MIH'KI'O IJIIUJ."
I loW HI AN OS TIIK OAKK TO - OA V
(JoVKIiV)K? HaVKN'T THK ACTS
OK THICK: 11 KM HH 1 KT KKOISl.ATUKKs
AM) M O II K THAN TWO YKAIW OK
VOUK OWN HKNKFI- KM KtJIi"
1AH.hKO INTO HISTORY KINt'K YOU
nhH gotten to the p-dnt w hre it
think it can Bay the will f po-
1 Iwd d. If ii can't get in
p wer one way it will another.
A ertk For Trwth
In speaking of Poeidntlal tim
ber for uext yer, the News and
Ohfaerver as Cleveland wont do;
because they have not tried him ;
be could not car'y the South or
North wt Bryan w nt do; lie-
cause they have trid him; he ckiM
not carry a single Northern State
Then the Ob-erver i l(s hy raying.
thy must run a J fT-ronin demo
crat. Dni that jar ou. though?
When Cleveland ran, thU gain
Uerver, i h it game editor, ai
hf was a JfT rnian demo rat
Wti-n Br an ran thi same Oe rv- t
out-fit g h he was a pur Jeffer
onian dem crat. The me Ob
server add b th tim-s that their
C u idate ws the greatest man in
he prty and the only man they
ciild win with. What we want u
know ip. when did the CHwerver
ted the truth, then or now? For
it Ih evident Cleveland and Bryan
have not cangexl. But the party
oh, well ! It rhanire every cirri
pdn. i Invt-land ient Mr, lanilH
back frm Washington to -savrf hi
Stale VVThat Mr. I)nieN ohjis
to liryan i-, he couldn't -end him
back to Washington to save the
nation. Hickory Times Mercury
I'KOOAIMKI) 'I H K FOltUiulNO.'
vv.un v., i! auk i AVoKT.NO ovkh this winter, as he had intended do
THK hTATK who FiNo fok educ a i-g prir to the meeting of the hvt
TION ANO KOADS IHIX'T YOU II KA K L Risla Uf6.
OF MOU.C I KI.MrH HKIN( COM Mil KI)
in no ii ill caiom.i.na than kvek As the democrat ic machine of this
Th Lst ac.unt we had of
Lorke t'raig he was in Asheville
We underntand he has abandnet
the Idea of attending th daily sen-1 yars th- 1) ni'crat8 have quande'-
ions of thn U litnil Htates Hena'e
We have had three legislature
by the god jrovernmenl " p rty
since th Republicans gave up cn
trot in North Carolina. Th y hav
Kiven lis e'H-oti government with a
venjzeanee. When the Repuhlicn
tur eI th governn"nt over to thn
D-morats they left a t-urplues of
$l30,00o in the treasury. In three
ed that and have raisd taxs to the
hiKh8t limit and hive run the
Btte in d-bt Hod only knows hciw
much, but the tn-asun-r is call'ng
for a mil ion dobarx to s'raihtt-n
uo his butns. The tax payers
have ti p'ank down th- cash for
this 44 good uv rumen t," whet er
hkfouk ami Do vtu uontinuk to state has not rewarded Locke t ralg, th-y like It or not. How do8 it
ATTU1HUTE THK TO FUrtlON KULKf a? tney promiteu lO uo, ior uis MUit yu, otoiuer wi pajer.- oiau
active part iu the impeachment oi Republican.
Tben They ITayd.
A preacher at the conclusion of
one of his sermons sahl : u Let all
In the house who are paying their
debts stand up," Instantly every
If we have correct reports from the judges, he might now apply to
Johns on county, and we believe we the national gove nm-nt for a p!ae
have, that county win thrtiw otl the as they will need a Lock or two in
burden homo yoke ot demo rary the ranama 1 anal.
iu the near future. Much tlii-cri
initiation was used in aemir the An exchinge says that the demo- man, woman and child with one
i.ru rtv of the tax payers in that crats who laid the blame upon Hf exception, r. se to their ftet. The
. .. , . f. ,, . . . , ..l, preacner peaiea mem anu saia :
0'untv The tax valual on of some C leveland for all their troubles are r
oumy. inuiux. vuiudiiuii ui Bumr Now every man not nayintr his
... .... ... .1 . . . t,t.n nAn Voa '
proiHTty was doutiie-t, while me "w rauy iu j A,rD dbts stand up." The exception
piop rty of the democratic township but Mr Cleveland i not ready to noted, a careworn, hungry looking
politicians was not increased at all, 'ry the people again. He would Individual clothed In his la-t sum-
notwithstanding the real value of rather duck hunt than face certain 'e,'s suU, slowly assumed a pe--
, I peuuieuiar position. now is it
HiirtiH in 1 11 nmiienv nan iikthiih(i. i chou.
f i v
Tiie consequence is the demoi'ratic
machine has mide enemies of those
they discriminated against and
many of tho-e who have been vot
ing the driii'.cratie ticket heretofore
deelare the will never do ho again hinle9'J Oeo H- White, (col)
Borne of the demociatic poliiicians ive a position in Raleigh also.
of that county are disgusted with
the machine. They hay the reason
ttrelT tur and
. Iowa, April i. 1 90S.
,. I tfwibkd for trrrr a jnr with so Kacty a flow that
11 ytrtnally Rmprewnoa. A beary coid mper iodaccd Utia
COBdltJOa and HOLhinr 1 maid Hn M.nfd Ia K-!n m
Tb only rSecUT retordy I ever f -mnd u Wis of
Cardal. Within two weeks I felt lb good tCrel of U mJ
tciaeand after I had ne4 1J botUe io all I wa as healthy
Tr amr aa aay womaa ooud wtsa to i.
Wine of Cardui cures nine out of eTery ten cases of the disorder
of menstruation. These cures are permanent, whether the trouble is
complicated or not.
Wine of Cardui cures the sickness of young girls, relieves the
weakness of adults, banishes leucorrbcea, headaches, backaches and
nervousness and eases the crisis attendant on the change of life.
Thousands of mothers besides Miaa Rvt'a ci3rfr tinro
found grateful relief from the pains of childbirth and have A V
had a quick and happy recovery from its use. You cannot li&tsr
El COSS! CUSS!
OF EVIIV DESCRIPriOW
LARGEST STOCK, SEND FOR C.VTAL'HSUKS A
afford to suffer when $1.00 bottles axe sold by all
Thm.iH.nttoiyi people with, JQ SUBS JUIBERS I
tt will probably be too not for some
of 'em. Er,
Nothing has ever equalled it
Nothing can ever surpass it.
1UI I OVOII
UUUIMHI C- 1IIU
For All Throat and
Money back If it fails. Trial Bottles free.
my iriena," asKea tne minister.
"that you are the only man not to
And now the democrats are talk- meet his obligations? "I run a
Ing Mr Frances D. Winston for newspaper," he meemy answered.
Lieut- Governor, but it is not be- "and tnB bretnren hre who Just
, . . . . . . suHKi up are my subscribers, and "
eved by some thar he will accept . . r J , . . 4,
J 44 Let us pray," exclaimed the
w WWW . 1 V I WW
18 minister. Ex
Have you paid your taxes for this the wreckil,g of a lreight traio on
... A O TP.i H il m All w w-i 1 a 1 s . w a i
the tax valuation on their prorty ar' Al " "",rc tne murpny nrat.cn uaay nignt
was not raided was bVcause of the than yu dil1 under TaAm ru,e? two trai,,inen were killed and -hree
... , . , . . . li vou ieei any ncner uy ine - j - v v"
work they had done tor the pirty, y J Guy L. Moore of A-hevitle and
for what they were exp cted to do op -ration? Aren't you ready to Brieman rh-rl Porter of An.
for the machine in the future But 8i ,e trdCfe this expensive crowd? drew8. The injured are Conductor
unless thes,, men have a change of f , J J1' B K)ne of Waynes vi lie, a
. . 4U . , ,., , a , The Graham Tribune puts it this nephewtfj P. Kerr of this city,
mind the machine will have to find . Fiman R M FitTtUQ a brothe;
other men in th.s parts of John- to rpconci,e the tax of Law Agent Fortune of the South-
ston to do their bidding in the naver t , the siz . of his torced cm- ern, a. d Flagman G, W. Killiam
future as the-e men declare they hribution towards me-ting the needs "Pt. Boone was bruised abut the
head, as was also Fireman Fortune.
Mr. Kiiram was slightly bruised
about the body.
will not do their work any more. of democratic government "
Day by day the more conserva
tive element in the democratic pirty Some of the papers are in favor
are waking up to the fact that of relegating the array cant en to
democrat i; "good government" is the rear and to establish the army
not a g ivernment of the people for dispensary "for the moral good of
th people nor by the p-ople and the service".
there will be a great breaking away
from the democratic ranks in the If Mr. Walter Henry don't,
next election. Tnus endeth the 8on over to the Demrats they
flr-t tra,n will conclude tht they have wast-
ahjw a v u.jv aa
ROBERT H. MCNEILL
Aitorney & Coisellor at law,
Office in Bond Building,
washington, i. c.
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There has been a irreat stir
among the newspapers in Ralegh
as to w ho should manage the whis
key business for the ciy when the
di-iensary is tstablished Jan. 1-t
It first seemed to be a temp ranee
move but it wound up in a great
pol; ileal harai gne as to who should
have the pie. But then the demo
crats alwaxs get excited when there
Is Hny "pie" in sight. The toi low
ed a big lot of sympathy." Shelby Formerly Private Secretary to Hon.
ii -ii tt 4. , I J. u. irriicnara.)
He will not do it. He is too bid
' w-ww w
win prosecute pension ana patent
claims, represent defendants betore
a man for that.
the H notable
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