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YOL. L NO. 31. .. .
UNCOLNTOX, NOttTJJ .CAROLINA, Pit IT) AY, A1MU h '21, lttm.
1.1M) A YEAR.
"DR. PEES :'
Through His Nervine Is a Betr-
efactor to 'Thousands
?jF.??-Y -:GEOF!GG . IDEAS. j r.l Wohr;tr, a We.-tom journalist
" ': '-'- . land J. Bdlnug o, snmeUmn prof-
A Nest of His Crowd iownkfir of mathematics in the Univet-
nere.. - .
On th?a stern .gliore,. Mobile
Bay, and some fifteen- in iles dis
tant from, the iiietropolfs of Ala
bama, therein-growing commu
nity of men; wonien, : and children
whose daily iiye are,JtT reatex- j
' j i it ' 7 i i IOC
iMov.eriieq, uy ,ioe nscM tneo
flitv of rbra-'kn.
It was desired to found a com
munity which should pur into
practice the principles held bv its
members, and u committee of ,iw
was sent ut to hod n favorable
ation. - After a lonz search
i urging hitler.
ries of :Mr. TIenry--George.- - Fair-
I through Texas, Arkansas. Tenncs-
hope io the ": name of this unique
colony, and its members appear to
nonld Vvneo.f. t.-. fi ia,lu w9 purciiicseu, ana en junu-
tee, Miesisippi. and Alabama, the
present spot Wh? finally chosen lor
the home of the Association. The
Very Little GratitucTo Shawn
Snatr Mutton Butler, l.uii4,
13 not proving himlf to I
man uht'in tht ivjoph? thought him
to In in 1. . lib evrrv uonl
and uctioit ahowd conclusively,
that he uanU 4he cjrth utid it
fenced in. ll-wc:.i ie ti
called ni llutler. 115 h trying
to bai;the Populist party and walk
on with it and think the K-pub-lied
ih will follow. Not much, Mr.
TIIH CAUCAftAf I (!liUNK5
Tho ttrnowM ct tho Olympic
K J I h ,frhnjr,, in I. u.r rf IV-
I -p. lh-ir I-1 rv.-ii.r, ilft r-
ltil-l l Olitnpts. it" .thf..
roamnn, Pr Itrrvirtl. m ( o.jmd
ftomincinThrm rf a Thlr.s;
It M -niii tbat a o.!.i.oi ..it;hi
a., t .... I... .9. .1 1 . 1 . 1 A I
titsri it i fioi : r ut .ir. r. ar..ni
-hoi U : huhdr-d liio . ivi i
WIDELY knovru Wi.onsin publisher,
wbo resiuts at Gi-ftr Bay writes
' OU(t 'eaiyd. experience The
Jundameutul principles of the com-
-witinitY ure-thug -set forth in the
Fairhbpe Courier: 4That which
i nature provides is the common
March eth, 35, as follow: . . . ,
"Five years ago I br-iiue so nervous f hit ,HluXwHy . . CIHiareu ;
xueutal work was a Murder. I could not rest f that V. llich the iudlVldlinl ; that
at night on account oi ileepl333iiess. My ...r- , . , . ,
utteiition was c,ii ,oir. Mile,' jiestora- the ftomnuiiiity creates be-i
.. it T 1 J 1 fl - - ?? - I
live lierviue: huu i- n'umiumeu iu u&e it lOllgS to lllb COUlICUUI'.V.
with the very beat eiTa -t. Since tien I j
have kept a bottle , in tny; house ani 'use it jr ihese eiithllSiastlC ' advOSatn? of
whenever my nerves become unstrung, with I th nommftii Avnarol.in f
have choseu.for. the .site ot their
arv. 14. lfiO-i. the fir.t amnnil tru er. e are iaf i unuing oui
broken. The uiccfediri5 summer
always the same good results. My scy, alao
Tr MilPQ' " taks jt for nervousness
lir. iTiutD vlth like never illng
NCrViflC success. I .have rjscom-
mended it to raaity and
ReSIOrCS it cures them. Ail who
It id tree from narcotics, perfectly harm
less, and yet soothes and strengthens. Dr.
Miles, through his Norvine is a benefactor
to thousands." . A. C. LEHMAN.
Editor and proprietor ofI)ER Landsman.
Dr. Miles' Nervine is sold on guarantee
first bottle will benefit or money refunded.
suffer from nerve
troublesshou!d try it.
LlNCOI.NTOX, 2. C.
Offers his profej-iotj-al service to the
people of I.ineulntonand surrounding
country. Olricei at residence next to.
the North Stare Hotel;
Lixcolxtox" N. C
All work -guaranteed, notliing hut
best materials used, l'rices reasonable.
perms cash except by special agreement
Otnce on Alam Street
Attorney at Law,
' LlNCOI NTON, N. C.
Work intrusted to tiis care will be
Promptly and carefully attended to.
Office on ilaiu btreet.
interesting psperiment one of the
lovlifest spote m the South." From
the water-shed about two miles
back in the coniitry the "ground
slopes gently toward the bay, and
ends in a steep bluff of some hftv
feet m attitude, thus affording an
excellent system ot natural drain
age, while along the entire water
front a thick growth of oak, "cedar,
yupon, holly, pine, and magnolia
forms beautiful screen ot per
petual foliage between the water
and the bluff. The entire water
front, for a depth of 150 fet, has
been reserved as a public park.
The main street of Vhe community
begins at the bay, and, climbing
the bluff by easy, etages, runs back
for about half a "mile being-lined
on either side with the cottages of
the settlers. These are neat, sub
stantial frame buildings xf yellow
pine (which grows here in great
abundance) and are constructed
in a manner that speaks well forj
the taste and skill of .the occupants
while their modern furniture and
doorbells are striking innovations
in Southern farnvlife. At the in
tersection of the two principal,
streets are the store, the post-office,
and the public well. A school
building is soon to be erected. Re
ligions services are held in the pri
vate residences. .
- The community owns about 350
acres-of unencumbered land, and
is so far, fre from debt. It has
aiso constructed a wharf and pier
head. The system of land tenure
has already been mentioned: but
while the title is vested in the
community; the members may ob
tain parcels of land under leases
voidable only at the option of the
fixed by annual appraisal, .accord
ing to its : natural advantages of
I fertility and 'location. The un
earned increment is appropriated
by the community. "
The government of thommu
nity is a, pure democracy, and the
administration of publicatfairs is
vested in an executive council com
posed of. the superintendents of
land3 and highways, public ser
vieesndustries, and public health,
together with the treasurer of the
community In order to render all
Is the -place to get a nice'pice of 1 officers directly responsible to the
BEEF, PORK and FRESH people, the Swiss expedient of the
o a i io asw . . I initiative and referendum is lncor-
poraieu iu iutuucuj ui guvem-
mentl - HencVany act of the coun
cil v.otev U tenper cent, of the vot
ers petition it, while, on petition
of twenty .per cent, of the voters,
Edwards &;Sheri;iU-? i th aaestion; of the dismissal of
Subscribe far Tir 1 )emocrat. P0??1.-. X ' i - " 1
was mainly taken up in cleurjug
tfie ground, but a mall .crop a$
raised and sold. For the eomini:
teason the anvuuit rf land uiider
cultivation will be lunch gieater,
and fruits, "truck." and .yraiii -a ill
be grown. Or course th main
source of revenue the sole of
thee products, whicii are J'or the
most part bhippetl North and Wtst.
A canning-factory i- projected for
C'onously. enough, very few of
the colonists come from agricultu
ral pursuits. Some of the callini:-
represented are medicine," jonrnal-
!ism, cardeninc drayinjr, wockI-
working, and tiar-niakintr. A
detertive. a sailor, and a new
woman" are also to be ffumd iu
the community. More of the set
tlers come from Iowa than from
anv other Stat. Some arn from
-Missouri, Kansas, Louisiana. Mm
nc-sota, Indiana, Florida, Illinois,
and Pennsylvania, whii nven"
BrKish Columbia and England are
represented. Gardiner L. Tucker,
what kind of va ilotiLvy you are.
Yon aucceedrd in totting t thu
Senate for six vrrr, and now the
people who timni bv vmi in a time
of need can go to Hade. Ah,
well, you will not rind it as ea?y
as you suppose to influence the
people of tin county. Tlity utejhautu
going to ?tick t.ctlif r and uvuill
have t'u? in in "M Ui we had in '11.
and furthermore, we are going to
send lion. J. C. I'ritchard l.ok to
the Senate. Just pita;?, Mr. Ilut
ler. remember that. Lincoln
The I'opuliats are not fl by
any meaiH, and they are not going
to allow H044 Butler to dictate to
them ami lead them into a single
handed tight. They know too wi ll
what it would mean certain tie
feat Lincoln Patriot.
."The Senator regards North Car
olina as hi! p-ronal chattel, but
he must understand once for all
llu it ! is i lCorth Cr!i?u pli
tic, ami liltj a Ikvv lnH tir J
from a liht euti. tt a iil.r
in artictilar hi! lb- ;ui if imI
ed tiver frni th kKl.
Hnatiir Pritrhard d-Ur-d f.i
it iilv,r at the tini- ot hii
tion lu ih V. t. !;-u?r ati 1 I
fore, ami l:a tt1 tr it iure hi
Tin Ft S'.qu c i own.
oi rpudtM mv hi principle, ii j
hi riy irfpurl ii. il.it tl -rr I -f., r,,-.
v.3 anv suv:-ti, t
n AiirrBar.t it w vuth
tnii'. I'V Siil trhtlt u
ftf llVlly, Hhn imrtn thrill thuuM
" croul tth the r.t rl1 rtrf.
.rei rrtih ittrT f.
tr th o-!nt ti. t it tit
ri. of t n.iihif drt I f-rrn-
d It tr. t.1i.n. . r t.t.l H'r
elwln; at.. it oly r, p Is-f ,n!.nd in i m hI.imi
eiiirpei an i iv 1 1 . i . . . ......
tU lt.l.f.tltf. jV-lli..ll.f.. ti
Ti l rtt
U,-,. ,r Vll.n W..llldl wjlh ,be t'..f. t-u.
tnd llnot in hn pUf-r. . .!-).. in U. C, A ci
Th v.tt i rlir tt :'i it r 4 . t ! thm . J Vrittd, an Ainio
Prithard to r.:itit)i:" ! -ir j nj-, io V.O, A. I.ut.n . lt
the -upjw.ri t thf p.i.U Party. rit mn l.M i xhr fn
He h;t otilv to that uay ( J ' 1 1 ru- ! t il itli the tv-
h until th -iijjtt . h t! - I t M'n t i!tnipi. ht m( t-c-tt
ptii!i i4 ihio I-!. p.-it). t t r.rt-lfu;d, l h ns miillfed
Jtit upvrl in ?ri h (ir'luii and i m nnl;Mli.fr Ainns
V'ddbtw upp.rt fr.-m Wall tr i.,,i,. UMMri . f th victors f tine
Lrt him ch-' thn !- u,..m l-.,..nrl Im1 l tfrtfclli ind
will -trvf. "till thi. t
If St-ualor Pnthard aitl t ' ami N-r. ih r l f.te
main tru to th trio'ii.h h iT.t-; 1 uc. mi.d lr n.tr 4 the
tV?d V.hll h' .-. -ltl to tl- i vlll Pi- r-rtdl. N'. f I f
St ii.it. Mr. iVnrvn u ill ha ! I.Vm v f t d .lti.., th frrt
at?e t rinplain f!ii l-in-J l'-oath-ni? ililmni hn ln fr- i
"I,-imv.I " ati.l Mr Pt ilrhir.ll.lMfr.l . ati.t ttii MI.Jir. Atll! t.lh- '
that he cannot hull-doze and brow- jj.jjf ,.al1,t Uflr,llM, tti lh. Oh... o l l-n llh
t raying any rau-r. Mm uh pr- j nf cletrili'ti r. the rnrsl .f
fer their iiriv to thir ptitiip!'ihi-sn-t't tl l.rthetir-
Tlty Mn to tlvit.tt -.f t c
Thy rp''ti ru
tutiu' a tl . rn
Slatt- iVmmttt'- ', - t
totttr M tbir rn.' t :.i r
tilth l!- ttltl . j
Vni, Thf .niitt f.i it
Hi!ih hit Tftiif.1!! ..-As t
ith l!tfrf r-ti.M I -..it i
i'fiirhtrd i i lJl-f i ..i t ...
cr?rnt rnlt, :. t..: S. Pf
and thtr t.ti-t-c t f .
TL I'.-jrf ,t j.i, t i I .i .. .
ah 's L. -t .it t.
ihitt l.J .!? S, !. ,t.i. :j
t'lte I- II.- . Lj.. t !.ut
Jl-t ! hi i
duin ii .J tit ih P tt
ttkinc ihr C fn i ii,!,v.f
y atte?ty s.1. 1 :. ! .!-
t lL 1 -pulitt it . f .r
th .tr r?.c i th ; t 1.
lUt thf 1. alit t;. . j.
Tht PpuLt t t I
tl ihi Utwi ;r a.
Ir. Th4j- UiftT Miui tr
prt.lt .., J.tl4 Xit
U a.f t tht Ziri t
Ppulit frlc fi. )ii- lf.i !'..!
Att o rney at L aw ,
l LlNCOLNTON, N. C.
Practices in all of tbe State and Fed
rai Courts: Prompt "attention given
o all business.
Office in X jrth State H"tel. .
Attorney at Law,
LlNCOLNTON, N- C-
Practices in the Courts "of Lincoln,
ilecklenburg, Gaston, Catawba. Cleve
and, Rutherford, Polk, and in the
Supreme and Federal Courts.
Office in North State Hotel.
Gastonia is helping the Arme
Rev. Jonas Barclay becomes
pastor of the Williams Memorial
Mits Gertie Kids of Danver.Lin-
coin county, has been at Mr. Sam
Dellingers Mt. Holly.
Gastonia has a base-ball team.
Dr. A. W. Alexander will be t
his office at LincoTnton, June, Au-
usf, October,, Dcemb.gr''' Febru
ry, and April - WilKbe in ' Mt.
oily, July, September; November,
anuary, March and May. r
Patronage solicited. Termsjiash
y- All meats found in a FIK8T
SLASS MARKET. '-Come toi
see us. Market prices paidfor
hogs and cattle.
The officers are as follows:" Cap
tain, W. 0. IL Hoffman; Manager,
Edgar Love; Treasurer, II. B.
Moore: Umpire, T. E. Curry;
Scorer, Matthew Harper; Report
er, A. G. Mangum.
Dr. C. R. Harding, of Davidson
College will deliver the literary
address at Laurell High School,
Dr. E. B. Holland, .a former cit
izen of Dallas, was bt, ried at Dal
las Tuesday of last weeJc. died
at BlueSeld, West Vuginia, the
home of his son Dr. . 'Holland.
Rev. h'. Z. Johnston of Liucolnton
preached the funeral. Dr. Hol-
Th rental of the land i3 j land married a daughter of State
treasurer Daniel . Count. He
was a Confederate Surgeon duriug
Mr. Lawsoti Falls and his uncle,
William A. Falls died on th- eaine
day at Kings Mountain during tun
Prof, and Airs. S. A. WolrT lit
tle daughter, Eleanor, died at Dal
las recently. She was something
over a year old.
Judge Bynum advertiee9 the
High Shoals property for sale.
The catchy new ladies who be
gan caurxissing the towu lat
Thursday, for an Atlanta library
concern succeeded in getting a list
of about SO names at I -'.00 each.
The books were put in-.at the drug
store of Frost Tornnce $: Co. Tues
day afternoon and in a few hour
thereafter Miss Dnckicprth, one of
the canvassers, was married at the
Methodist parsonage- to Mr. Sam
Maxwell. There are about 00 of
I the books in all, worth perhaps
l-at one single Republican in the
State out hU party. " The Regis
ter says it learns that Sutler h
still determined to force, Republi
cans to abandon their organiza
tion and their party nominee"? tor
the Presidency to force co-opera
Lil:e Capt. Eaves, he need to
be taught a le-son. The Pepubli-
cans and Populists who favor co
operation should immediately, go
to work to arrange the details
without regard to Eave. Butler
is by nature a tvrant, ami his am
bition is not to be a leader but a
bo." Asheville RegHt.-r.
It U needles to ;av that Sena
tor Pritchard will never abandon
his party, even -hould he forfeit
his seat in the Senate by refusing
to submit to Mr. Butler's term1.
Moreover what contldence could
he place in a man who had sto.nl
up in the House of Representa
tive at Raleigh and said that fit-
tfiun mu?t continue so mat toe
Republican might ab get a long
ttrm Senatorrdiip. but who to-day
savs that fusion can onlv be kept
upon the terms which Marion!
Butler eees nt to oner to lue ne
publicans if North Carolina?
I!tval f paitv; ami mn ho
prefer th-ir pri:iripl to thir
party (if th pirty -h- uld vi.latr
them) will call alh-rii to party,
rtgUt or wrong, a Lei rival 4 prin
1 a I ft t . m $m9 f . . tfa- Mill. ..
I 1 il I I h tl Philip of 14 acl t
. .. ' trf . .
i c!mni. thii t!.. 1.J i.i t ;11
It'lhia Bulb ( ii. t. . t, I ' et
(u-t mall Rji.' Im i. m a i
1,kIi mall nl- P .j. Jil . -.1 1
I h R pwt.Jri. v i
Uati.f, at piit i f. ii.i w 2-
mith n.O'h n. tt . If I. .iiit
ai.tl .thr cxtt'-m P- p..Li :,
to nnui IUtlr ii a p i'-li-. id
drr. The ttt al-- i rr?,
that vojoe Dm rial jct-
ing to arn.rif- a dal miih V.uxUr.
TL j4iti- N.ii h C "a :.?..
in a chitir t.te .tt L- t..J
frtull at- hard t.. in lul
will call adhering prm'ipl a in, but t-v athUlr I r alt .r
nurld. Eo?!t Arneitcan r l
UMtra cne Vtt tnf. and in I he
Piiiig cf.r.tfl. th- c!ituthror
m:. Capt. Ro'vfl Garratt, of
Pimrrtu lnir"itv, rii the
jf.fit pri2. milh Parlrtr.pTmb-f,
There uill hai to Im ..mdirt jh GreU chamt.i.n. n rU r
ft jirll a thru mf rk.I I
I . i im-rrai ! uit o . r sw
eating done Ufor c. .ration ran - lfiir.lt thro, .at r,..k.i f
..... I .... I. . . 1 1 I . i .. r .1 illi.iliimhi! Iv I K j tl ...
pia .' av uo. -.. uui i ' The Fi4i .nt m.li In a . t
done. It uill lf 3v to take lark
a little thing like thr a!vr. Kl.
Lincoln Cotton Mills.
h'tt of th
uiflrr rar Un i
Pfinrlrii mail, ar.d lh
t. t if, ih- ! -n't
jntul third I'V in'-mtr f th Ih! Ctor
Mtt 3 I M-
trol. W. 1. lve, ! i at itii.a Jt,,t, .ttilfli? . itl-o. and th C..nrTan Pl . . .tii at
IColleg-anda student. Ie Hiiitt. ' iu-t heat i'f th 41 nirtret ic Mflr.i.itau. I b-rd Mr.
i a a .-a. I t.l j
Lid a li'lit rt tit 1 V nVff I lie elec
tion of -me commtncemtnt ra
at ami i.r if ii Jam- n. ol Laul.ara. .J T-i li.f a i'
Prn.rt..i,. Th mrrttlii. mill Ummri. t to hi c U s a:4
under the dd Uyrnpir fntr. and ,.tr.j. C.1 Culler tLi il
m.u)4 t'!! r fr :li t.f thtsu
to retire fr:n p dtif 1 Lt- aj-l re
turn to th;r L u.s zi.A u.ai
Mr-. Dr. E. t. Kllioit. of Cla-i ir,. .u-uule raca orr thtl)i
ba Springs, recently had her ttg j.- .un- fr.un Maratl.ou l Atha
broken. j over whi.-h th xe!ot nr-
Gberver mas recently in NVaton, 1a,. cbrin ricitrr rn Mr a- p?(t .n
collrctilK ev ideiice in the Idtl nit I tf.Vl, I ii-lv plain mi. I I- ihf 'You kn m. ful f-.-i. tai l
mm m m '' jr " I
ot Jno. ii. iitiMy aknini th J'-( mtt ii.trMtinft lture o( the i L-.nhana. 'that iVoiUutr Ut!
- t r
Atr. .niiK air -:.ie i in w an- i.u-ir'e
j festival. B al.rcmic, t.immiiK,
ly t the Tjc:i f Ltii.
Wati.ir.ct .il. ai'd e S ? t
Dr. Lonw Invonta an Operating
, Dr. H. F. Long ha invented an
oeratiug table which will prove a j
great convenience to himself and
physicians generally. In admin
istering chloroform t patients it
is necessary to place them in cer
tain position. Not alwnya having
all the facilities at hand when au
operation is to be performed, to
get the patient in proper position
U sometime emit difficult. Thii
difficulty suggested to Dr. Long
the table and he has had Mr. J. E.
Cochrane make one on which a pa
tient can be placed and shitted
into almost any position desired.
A" greater- convenience still is the
fact that the table can be folded
and carried anywhere in the phy
eician'd buggy. Statesville Land-
ta . rxwf a:.i ttata
ington City, viiitsnl h-r n. Mr. i,rk mill l.o thfir pUc on lrr i mnTlhsuc. iLit ; uai V s.h
(tt-i. McCorLle. v. ho i t hief Clk ip'oraruinr, end the ent mill i fcj u r&;j Ci4.e tr. .: iKar
in the Land Gfae there. hve tdace in hlitrv at th r't I that nrmriintf. lim
- . i t - - -
" 'Ye. twa:htn r-;..:. di ! lie
Mn. . L. L. Killtan hni re-tji.if rt il athlttlc ccif'eUtioa
turned friin Morgsnti u. fully re-!,nce the tll tei..
. . i ... t. i.t. I .
! Lv-ii in thit profile arid duilv
ftorel to henlth.
The Enterprise crr-ct
"".sc1 there it t mthtn thrillic in
Hickory Prc- uhen the pper
claimi tl.nt Mr. J. L. Graham it
the thought tht i)ht f t ar cxzu
irrnifn hmr rJhf to arCitil .th
the nrt Repul hcfin Inmyer tU9 un. (r,,r Cnterd thi hutr-
Hickory f r quite w Lile. o the ic yl X r try iMUfl with the alh-
tt$ of the retl r-f i;hriter4loa.
Mr. Geo. Ive, of Tetn. ii vii-jThe fact thai the Amecim e.e
itiog relilivef in Nekton. fvictora Li the tttuin Cxotlt,
There was a Rpublican c-.uc-i.iiul bid fair to bnmc htm m ia-
I the prura
th rihtval M oi l
. j -
1NO taxes otner man iu reuv w . f bvanow
land are paid by the members o. e e d th; 8ub.
m ; 'iuu.uuuv,.Buu M Ucribers are not in so bad a fix as
I have the largest stoc of New local-taxes are paid by the commu-
iMusicAL Insbumexts tbsf Has ev- "nity itself." Some revenuo is de-
pr been in North CAiioLiN.AfT.'iuch; ried'fr'omJwharfitolls
S AUT0HARP3, ACCORDIANB.' MAN-
fclass Music Storey Frie
erSail a graduate of Drake University,
- T.. : Afliova whnca nnmpQ flB.
W I- Toxrrfn 'N T AOYrt, vytuct" -.-wM
' II lit ilVll fjVS -,. JL1 W
one migilit think.: Neyvrtbel-ss,we
have yet to talk to one of them
who isn't nick of hid trade and
The lripr Tiiu
When the most benefit U tobedrritett
froinasrood medicine, it early In the
year. Thit Is the leoe on when the tlrrd
bodyi weakened orran and nerrou
system jearo for a builJine;up mrdi
cine like IIcmjIV Sarraparilia. Many
wait on the open rrim; weather and.
In fact, delay yirlng attention to their
phjilcal condition o lung Ctat a sir?
of fickne5 U inevitable. To rid the
eystem of the impurities accomulat-d
irvarilla. hnti I rtilt
The Motvrnnton Ib'r tl l -CCgesta j iiv ear?atirilU now.
a mi a
iloKi rrrfaiMiriua now. u wiuuo . . , it. j al
Uoujrwd. KradIhttlmonUlM't'-ltI, Ah-viil.f DUtrut. It- l a I . f f f Jhm
llhedin Ulialf of llVs Jar-aparllUl D-onrnt. nnd a ajti T tbe Ute!L IVilylcr;
all from relLnble, grateful people. 1 .' 'r. .,... ,
'They tcllthe atorj. - 1 S.nator aucv. Rurait a.
list Thursday night in J. I. Gra-pritv
ham law otfice. The who in. J; . pie t-
lrtintt were J.L.Graham,mhife: Attictt, fco the fjwt. Urcf
J. D. Albright, vhile; Mile Sig-jth- smta at mtll the ret.t1
mm, coloreti; G. . lurriton,
colored; Frank Yount, coloreIi
Arthur Clapp. cdurl. Th- ob
ject of the tneetirigttaa m give the
two mhite bndhera an opportunity
f promiin3 and ijti a ran tiding to
their colored Lrothere that the fu-j
ture juri in Catawba ahall 1-t di
vided in equal parta' lctmeen lh
mhitc and the black. Tliey al
abused Solicitor Sj ainhour f.r net
putting the tiegn-c mth-jury
Mx t former cotirt antl promised
t hav him thrown out of vfuc
at once for hi? t:-gbct of thi im
Mr. Cha?. N Vntif if am ounc-
d n a t .ittdidat- fr Congr--? froi
uthcr. I th tt-1 -i tat
pu nr, I; &. 1 . tu :.e v.
f".nV t ttf.r, L.l.:.i, ;t
Djati --etii rrc-Ui W-
A irorruptSon Vu C.
Br the rrct:t f f - rti
cjut Sratort arid R;r r?::?s It
h have al ttir dnj.-al lr'Mi
packtta ff ajtbl era Jt ia pvek
afei contair: Uiirtu at- r:i
varittiti. and 1,4-ti ;f-tt ; cf
rl-er eeidi ia ;-itl r r.!
it,$ Lr far.slUt. A Lj t ..!
ttr, cxr.fiit'wecr t t.Vt it
en; hif J-crty c x.aliltrv :.a-i
r;ot-Ci;r than v tLal
the hus:lir t-f tt.pj". ;tff Jt
&acrsarr to a ;.u.4t .a r.t
XRorr than 10,l J.
A-3!; r r.:a
of lh C'lntVat must ha coot
but it muni ur.i little to the
ctvJilof Auirrican atl )l.c inlu
it.g ud ' t J. It i ltcooiiii.c
Uiiomri firr hre thatthe Un;tl
.-Mates hat the t.ttt Athlclrt in
Though re-chriitenei at the his
toric Urth-pUc, note that the
Glvtupiad it au international tf-
lair th- nimn ill held atdif-j A Ceit Hint.
frnt plarea rita mill the J If our Republican fr.e;. Ji c- n-
tn-tit place' in P.mX and N J tint to l'uj L-t r.
iYotk in PL Charl d C)! srv- there ill WU'a-Uu :i ht:h
mill lrave thee fxi:S t:i
theimeet Le ar. 1 1 r. -lli; lf ry
titt, then, raar tsale th I
vir tomard re:r-ii?.Mi :. ! V a
ditcreet dlsttitctii e.f
Kx-G-teriiof ILdl a fwu-rl on
itasl M-it lsV maa Ur,;-jlr altrdrd
Got. Crr aod cthr Sttt t fUera
..f.- thrr. Mr. J. r.C&LUeil, of
that Col. 'Juhaii S. t.arr vouia
insikfl a canitol cnvernor. We do
r- u ,k
eociated with the yenture aro Alf-5 not boo wny not ourselves.
. m. eaa "
t:hi..it. mat on cx m pin r . ,
M 11.' t. 3well.n. 1 5; ra.r-
-ca e Jx!-! m
an chtr.hy.;d tt stra ::r c! whti c. cclur- at tit
I U.i;uru:T i f "S rta Cra ";ta.