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TOL. I. NO. 31.
LINCOLNTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1SUG.
31.00 A YEAR.
let The Whole World
Know The Good
Dr.Miles! Heart Cure Does
-Campaign Song For "96;
Tune,"Pharoh'3 Army Got Drownded"
The Pops, and Radicals did combine,
Down in the -Jtate of North Caroline,
To hold. all the offices for all time,
But -Mary 'Ann ' amif got busted !
Oh! Jeter don't you weep!
Old Jay Jay-Mott did'hbodoo him,
And make him" believetwould be agin
To fuse with-the Radicals 'less he got in,
So Mary Ann's army got busted !
Oh! Jeter don:t jgu weep!
So they fell out and then fell in
The hole.they had the Dimmycrats in,
And the jjimicrat party got homer agin,
And Mary Ann's army-got busted I
Oh ! Jeter don't you weep ! . v .
StattSTille Landmark - -"
Carlisle to Worklngmen. I The Delaware Scmatorshlp Con-I A ; th comunlt-,, which w aMr
Extract . from . Secretary Carlisle's I tost.
Speech at Chicago. . . I Arms have be-eii ;o much to the
Alter struggling for "morethan a fore Ul xie sfcnatti during th pint
HEART DISEASE, has its victim at a
disadvantage. Always taught that
hea rt disease is incurable, when the
symptoms become well defined, the patient
becomes alarmed and a nervous panic takes
place. But Then a sure remedy is found
and a cure effected, after years of suffering,
there is great rejoicing and desire to "let
the whole world know." Mrs. Laura Wlne
" inger, o' Selkirk, Kansas, writes; "I desire
to let the whole orld know what Dr. Miles'
rr lYl'lQ.' Heart Cure has done for
JJi. i'lllvd me For tn years 1 had
Hw3Xt ClirC pain in my heart, short
ness oi ureatn, paipua
RCS tOreS tlon, pain in my left side .
tJoolfn oppressed feelia? in my
nwallil qhest, weak ar.d hungry
spells, bad dreams, could not lie on either
. side, was numb and suffered terribly. I took
' Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and before I finished
. . the second bottle I felt its good effects, I feel
now that I am fully recovered, and that Dr.
Miles' Heart Cure saved my life."
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure is sold on guarantee
that first bottle benefits, or money refunded.
How the" State. Press Stand on
. the Money Question.
In all North Carolina we" knowJ
of Only. - four Democratic news
two moritha that the laws hive u
silent. Yt a highly important
legal and coti9titut'onal question
has been under discuasiou, oil and
on. for four weak, to which the
newspaper correpondjnis and
therefore tlje. people in general.
quarter.of a centurythrouh labor
organizations and otherwise, to se
cure, a rate- of wages which would
make the proceeds of a day's work
equal to the cost of a day'a subsist
ence for the workingman and his
family, vou are aeked by the ad
vocates of fr? rninnirft'tfi iiiiti thm
- i " . " u ir .i ; I have given ulmoet no attention
in destroying one-half the pur- I ,
cbasipg .power of the money in
which yon-are paid and - impose
upon 'yourselves the task of doub-i
ling the nominal amount of your
wages hereafter j that is, to strug
gle for another quarter ot a centu
ry or more to raise your woees in
pr-iit-l by Seontor Turpi.
forth, first, the abditPdv ir.dinc
nattm t a Ugidtiv rrord up-ui
th Cdtd Stat- S.iiit" Th
Snat of IM ivrff ti the
jtillU of th" qt!!lOntii i.f it
wit tn'mv.r. Tb utitiortu r-
tie of th L'uitttl State Snat-; v-r, the poverty of th people, pro-
i t. ....... - I
.ii num.. iuii ipJl1 utmri
A Homo Illustration.
We hrard a littU story not lone
A drummer tcU it. A law-Vf-r
who nam- it known to a
Ci-hI roinr ( tt: rradcrt of this
pap-r hi des i4l lit her n
.lauding on a itrit cor nr talktnfr
Vut tlj dnimifUitiijt uftil-
IT. COSTNER, JMC. I.
with tnjem as much of the ueces
saries of. life as you can purchase
now, and if, after years of conten
tion, privation and industrial dis
order, you should at last succeed
in so ' adjusting - wages tbat.they
would -procure at the' higher prices
LlNCOLNTON, N. C.
Qlfers his professional service to the
people of Lincolnton, and surrounding
.country. Office at residence next to
the North State Hotel.
Lincolnton, N. C.
All work guaranteed, nothing but
best materials used. Prices reasonable.
"Terms cash except by special-agraement
: Attorney at Law,
Lincolnton, N. C.
"Work intrusted to his care, will be
promptly and carefully attended to.
Office oil Main Street.
Attorney at Law,
Lincolnton, N. C.
Practices in all of the State and Fed
eral Courts. Prompt attention given
to all brt3ines3. t - "
Office in Nrth State Hotel. -
Attorney at Law,
Lincolnton, N. C.
Practice? iri'the Courts of Lincoln,
iyecklenburg, Gaston, Catawba, Cleve
lARd, Kutherford, Polk, and in the
Supreme and Federal Courts.
Office in North State Hotel.
v JDr. A. V. Alexandel will be, at
his office at Lincolnton. June, Au
gust, October,-December, Febru
ary, and April. v ill be m Mt.
Holly, July, September, November,
January, March and May ' , .
Patronage solicited. Terms cash
.and moderate. .
I s - -
papers that opp6ss-fre"e silver. a aePrecxatea currency to a point
Ashebpro,Courier: ' ' ' - whlch w,lU Da.ye .vou t0 Prehaso
The Courier's acquaintance'with
Democratic newspapers in North
Carolina must be "very limited.
We can recall more than "twice
four a linos t in this - immediate
vicjinity. Statesville Landmark.
The Couner-has a verv" limited
exchange list-, or reads- what .pa
pers it doe.s get very , caele3iy.
We have-carefully looked over the
Democratic btate papers received
at this office for one. - week,- and
the following list will" show "how
they, stand on the money .question :
' .FO&FREE iLV -
"Wilmington Messenger,' Wades-
bqro1 Messenger, jews and Obser
ver, Greenville Reflector, Durham
Glope, - Salisbury -Herald; " Fayette
ville Observer, Oxford Ledger,
Statesville Mascot, Winston Sen
tinel, Shelby Aurora," Luinberton
Robesonian, Asheboro Courier,
Webster's - Weekly, -. Washington
Gazette; 'Charlotte " News,. Alle
ghany Star, - Reidsville Review,
AVilkesboro . Chronicle, Asheville
'Citizen, Smithfield Herald, Wil
mington Star,- Kinston Free Press,
"Waynesyille. . Courier, . Elkin
Times, ."Salisbury World, Golds-
boro Headlight Goldsboro Argus,
Corlcptd Staiidafd," Bryson '.City
- - -
Times, Sout'hport Leader, States
ville Landmark, Cleveland Star,
Rutherford Democrat, Stanly En
terprise,. Gastonia Garette, Pitts
boro Record, Charlotte Observer,
Charlotte Democrat, Salisbury
Truth, Newton Enterprise, Mor-
ganton Herald, Newberne J ournal,
Rockingham Rocket, Concord
Times, Leaksville Gazette, Moores
ville Record, Greensboro Patriot
26. . , .: - . . . v .
It will be seen frcm the above
that the Democratic newspapers
of the. State are pretty evenly di
vided. on the financial question, if
any difference there being more
sound money than free silver pa
per's. This showing, no doubt,
will astonish the Courier and many
others. Concord Times. .
We refer to the contest over the
representation of Delegare in the
United Jtatea Senate, it is now
up as a question of the highest
privilege, and has the right of way
overall other lusine? until u ir
settled. The debate is till coing
on, and will doubtless goon for
some time to come, though all the
essentials both of law aud of fact
vrn Hid down in a retort ot, a
Co:it?$tnl.fh-cttoii cs? in 17:
In th opinion if vot:r enm-mitt-rt
it i iut cmjHt-ul fr th
SVnitf to tuquireaj ttlw nh! o(
individual mnlr9 to it in a
Legislature which ii tccdd t
have a piorum in lMh hues of
lfc2ally tlecttd niemlr. Hut.tin
doubtcdlv, tlr Benito mint alavt
inquir- whether th Im!v nhlch
pretended to ?k:t the Snator vm
a L?nlntutv of th bt4t,- or tiM,
have been pretlv tboroufthly di- bJUM u can nly U
played in the speeche already de
livered. The facts aro 'agreed to by all
concerned. The Delegare Legis
lature waiu prolougd deadlock
ot commoditieiiust what they will ,n il balloting for U irtted State
procure now existing prices, what
would, you. have gained "ny the
change from the old to the new
conditions 1 - . - -"
Monev received for wages, like
monqy received on every other ac
count, is valuable only to the ex
tent that.it can be exchanged for
other commodities,and it i9 scarce
ly necessary to suggest that a dol
lar worth 50 cents will uot pur
chase ns much in the markets as a
dollar worth 100 cents. To call h
dime a'dollar would add nothing
whatever to its "intrinsic value or
to its purchasing power. If these
propositions are correct, it is clear
that when wages afe pa
preciated currency the rates of
wages must b increased in propor
tion'to Xhe depreciation of the
money and in proportion to the
increase in the prices of other
things, or the laborer will suffer a
You have doubtless observed re
cently what appears to be quite a
formidable demonstration in favor
of the tree coinage of silyer by cer
tain large manufacturing interests
in the Eastern part of the countrv,
upon the ground that if we con
tinue to maintain our present
standare of value the ailver stand
ard countries, especially Inula,
China and Japan, will hoou be abl
to undersell them in the markets
df the world. . Reduced to its
Senator. 4,GasM Aduicks had
bought the State for the Republi
cans, "and supposed that, of course,
the serjatorship went with it; but
a few ridiculouslv squeamish
members refused to.vote for him.
oliCKd by f.b? Li:iilatutt?
Judicial d"C!ioti point th- -nnie j
way. A Kau! 1 iflature gtur
contained nu unconvicted M'jn.
tnrt?i' and declaring that timot
itonld iivtr 4tr tt-r uotil
hnvt? fr coinafH of tilrr. An
old mountaineer who had juit
driven into town with a lod f
aiipUi and hr. tri standing by
in his shirt-iUvvvi tstd: "I ot&
a little farm mviclt and thr ti a
mortte lor il- on it. It
cemvi to in? thit it would 1-e a
g J i It to have frc .iver and a
heap uf it. to !h: uu2 dollar mould
dj z much crk ai to tll or.
but 1 ot to t!i;nk;r.i thai if frt-ctr.ai-
PteitJent nuJ Cr.;jt
wr ell d the man that hold
th mortgj on cif would hut
d'iwn fa mv trior I cuM tver ct
P.Aixi;i.!C., April 10. l;3.
A Contrntivti f t h IVmcratia
jartv of Nnh tarlina i hereby
called to a ub! m tl.- rjty of
HaU'.h n t!.- " t ! j lir of Jnn.
1S. fr th- j:;rj. r f t,otninat-
tng canuilt- fr -vv:njr and
ih i-tli-r r"t.it- nd Presi
dential !titr l -i tbf Stt at
latfc'; (kt ti - purj-j of ls:tinf
dl-3t- t t!:- Niti'tml Dci
cratic o.i.vtiitj at Th.cAro, nd
f-r thr traii4ctj..;i . f ncu tLr
bu:n-4 &i ri.-y j.ii j rlv c :n? L
TLr r.-Iil ?:;. t !j.r tat
ill rl-r? fc4t- t!. .tt
Crtiti ?i in c rJj:x aithth
plan f ;?iii;t u iy ; r v
v bv .:! x : i ;u
J virH Pvv . !.4rni-.n.
Wtti Itv.i. i - t-trv.
Under the Stt Contitntioti h: j chant? to p:y o:l rav debt cl lOJ
eat hc)u1.i hav bti dtlrvd r. Itth moiiy that wuld b? ,crlh
cant. rut th I.gilaturc rvf ioijtv fi'-V
AuJ that Laft tbt rattler.
If r3 stiver drin't man tnorr
t net, and when b: cnv a
brought bffor tljf Supreme Curt
tr. -: h -.tint:
t:niv :- tL- ; . r .
b " T; Cl
r . , r C
land an adjournment without eW-1 lerfcr,ncp !rr,m lhe cul.uio. h,a.
of th Stat". Judge Hr?Tr. nov cj mmy and chtpf rntL-v then (;jsVvllt;,; - - ;,j b ..f!--.
the Supreme Court at W nhinctn. :hvr it cocxcuIer ihn araticn u u : -rst;-
d-cidd that thcrv could I? n in- t'r it. A Prcid?r,l cUcttd m c- . t , , t . . . K ., f
tion seemed prebable. On the lat
any ot the session, however, May
9, lS9if 2? ballots were takeu ; 30
members were present in joint as
sembly, l.ri votes being caption
Henry A.. Du Pont, and the other
15 being divided. No majority for
i any .candidate appears upon the te
cords therefore, but Mr. Du Pont
makes bis coutest,aud the majority
vernier do nt take hi cat un-
f I V C !- I.l
:. IT '
ing that it .-uh'.r hou- of tb b g-til th March foUv.ng. mz.1
... . . I i '
islature rvfu-j to mit n memkr ji-nngrcsi e"C'C'i at m umr uri,v;'4 jr., ,(, iM,.r 4
fit a eai i iycmi juuictai cLai- en cn. -.' -7 -'-1- - 1 octtrn;;:.- -; vri i a ;i r-
follcwmg rear :birt??nf
j It is dvnted, further, that the j months after its elation. Bclwttc!
i v:-m by th -ud- ui i!.v z-jy nr
idinade- rePort of the committee on privileg.Lhajn,t, llul v quaii:ic,j.' As a
Spvaktr of the D.derrnro tr-fuatc I th "ltin of a fr?e comar-c Pres-
ucccfd. to th" 'oHiC'"" o! Govern
or. Thf Conttttution sny that he
shall VXrcio th oT;r? until r.
Governor lcctcd bv the veoplc
simplest'. form, the -proposition of
es and elections proposes to award
him the seat, on the ground that
one member present rud voting in
the jon.t assembly was iliegallv
present and voting. With tlr'a
vote expunded from tho record.
there would have been a total of
but 29 votes, nd Mr. Du Pont
This member, thus challenged,
was William T. Watson, the Sena
tor duly elected from the county
of Kent, chosen Speaker of the
Deleware Seuato on its organira
ticn,and becoming.under the State
upon the death of Gov. Mnrvil on
April 8, 1S95. On May 9, the last
day of the session, Mr. Watson en
tered the Senate chamber, took hi
Seat as Speaker (the President pro
practical contructiou of th clatm
it is averred that. hiturically,very
uny of the five per ua who, under
the present Con
ware, have uccedcd to th gov
ernorship, a Speaker Wnton did,
'without a singl exception, after
the expiry of the time limits for
the temporary ?xrrie of etcu-
. . .
r.urv.i i- :
il?nt aud Cougr and their sieg -tt tir,; ...
into oflkc vcrv man ho hold, a j.L ,,.r. x,9 Mr i ,!:;t r, i r , v .
1 t. -.r
Th. ci? c:n" oj t. j t:vi.s
at it.- :;jt?i 1 - l?m
Jnigv rr.i: A:'.:,: th : t tk
a- r' t
Ourfed'of Hls Folly. " "
Mt. John F-. -MdLean, who, has
returned from-a-ten days visit to
his father at Mcoresville, tells us-
of a recent conversion.' When Mr."
McLean livedlsTuMooresville sev
eral years ago one of his -friends
was a hard working, enthusiastic
Is the place to get .a nice piece of Democrat, fcnortly alter ir. jic-
BEEF, PORK and FRESH UmTif
wanaereu oa iuiu tue uuiisnviu
and moved to Cabarrus county, the
these gentlemen is that the manu
facturers of certain kinds of goods
in this country cannot coutmue to
pay their laborers high wages in
gold, or its equivalent" and com
pete successfully in the markets
abroad with the manufacturers of
similar goods in 6ilver standard
countries, who pay their.laborer
ltjw .wages in 'depreciated 'silver,
and, therefore, they insist that a
'monetary system shall, be adopted
here which .wilj, give them the ad
vantage "of .'paying .for their labor
jn depreciated pilver,
tempore resigning it to him), and
went with the .Senate to the hall of
the. House of Representative,
where he joined, without protest,
in the balloting for United States
Senator. It is contended by Mr
Du Pont that the olhco of Souator
from Kent had been vacated by
Mr. Watson's accesfiou to tho acting-governorship,
and that there
fore tho legal number of the joint
assembly was 29, not 30.
The argument for the couteJt-
ant,"which was present at length
by Senator Mitchell, i naed, first
debt wonld make a ruh to rcahxr
on it b-c'or he could t" paid o:T.
undr tlr? Jaw, m a depreciated
currencv. Th mar. in debt would
havij to pay or i sold out and the' , u
rua who, under result would be the cnt rric in j -v:: d Ju IJ-r-
tittition f Dcia- the butorv of tb orld ; m lib uns- cjj j......, ,i.-,l, tv&t
ral bankruptcy and ruin atcom- j XXuu u . ull. ,.. x
uyiugit. Put threat? to vo-jr-jT;;..c,.m.ju.., ...
t r , T I
en, rcauer. nave yen wot j (-,y.jr! r!--t- n
m ank? u ou bold a note 03 1
anv of vour n-Mghlr'' Does any-
lodr 0? rcu auTthicg? If q
nnd you kw thit a frf c?mag"
bdl ai goiug into c:Tct c xt y:ar.
with th L-c-arv change of th
tandard cf valu ffm gold to sil
ver, don't vou knew that vcu
would ores with all v
1. 4 . .
cv vf th c-uuUt i 111! c-od iT11
vr .f!Tr ard par -Jollarcal K Vrf J
; 1... ... - .i ru'.ncitt wr Mrr,"l ! J. JiSH
course vou do. W-11. tverv other s church, n-ir
creditor isjut!ilce yoo. S'.cp a-d i '
tive aulhoritv, wnt into th" Sn
at and compli,td his trm a Sen
ate without protel, without ob
jection ' At t!i? time of Mr. Wal
ton's participation in the joint
aembly no pro,?s a made a-
gainst hi action until aftr the
last ballot a tak-n, when, ap-
parentlv a au afterthought, a pr
t jt wa prescntHl a .1 ground for
the conto; b-''re the I nil?d
Without uudertakinr to atiirm
how the Senate ought to jr w:il de
cide thu question, we are b?urd to ; Landmark
say lhat at any attempt of th Sen j
ats to go back of th record of a
State L-gnlalure t certain to !ad S
t nt.i , b.i New.
Sfttft A r::.i ha- iLfcratri
Mr. Vm. i I r. ! . ! at . -t t al
re.ndy !d I .. -:- f his
CUrrr.n! '. g- c!'.-l 2st
wclc. Mr. Murphy t flirts aid
cur might Prvf "!!"' ehrz-
thiok bott it awhile. Suictvi'le
iS'A'.ues I'nHng-ho Whl'eHouto
Canton' New. v!T:c-r. "I rvb w r th
UaKtte 1 advocating :V.n, liar-----!:, a? 1 ?
monument at Gat jtita to theJwU j th-
tn nrt n)n Th fiunlitiention
, 1." . . " I. . t t. S federate dead cf Gallon ccuoty.
'4 e rvt
tl.zl a? t.v-j : m rr.
All meats found in a FIR9T-
CLASS MARKET. Come to
see us. Market prices paid for
hogs and cattle.
Edwards & Sherrill.
I have the largest stock of New
Musical Insruments thst has ev
er been in North Carolina, such
as ArTOHARPS, ACCORDIANS, MAN
DOLINS, Guitars, Banjos, Violins,
ana Koller Organs, and any
thing eke that is kept in a first
- class Music Store. Prices lower
than ever. Orders bv mail, have
1 promt attention. Addess
! W. L. Lowe, Newton, N. C."
Chattel Mortsaces for sale at
The Democrat office, neatly, print
ed on good paper at 40 cents per
... t upon tho common-law doctrine of
The theory is that with free . FW ,
, J . .. lDcompatinility in other wonts,
inage of legal-tender silver .the . .. - . .
tor, may be inquired into on the 1
game ground : the ta:rc o: ?c- j
tions passed upon; and thus the
constitutional right of all Leg:!a-!
turet to be th solv judges of the j
qualifications aud credential cf j
Th- roerchar.ticf Gastouta hav!tv p!ic zh n;!r.
had a Sae spricg trade j far ofc- tv I th - Whi'.- Hcie.
decrease in trad? has l-es rcpcrt-tG?n. lUw :d :. . r'?
d. as from other toL. iwil k:i-.w:i t h:.d tr:3
Some friend of Her. J. C. Ul-"fr o.art i ! -c?'d .' h- prr-
lowav recentlv scut h:m a basd- ;dcti-v. a?
their owu mcuibrs insidiouslv un-j
' - - j- - - y
f jraely bound copy cf the Psalter, ptacv tv bav. that
hot bed of Populism. A few days
ago this gentleman went to Con
cord and while there saw a negro
magistrate trying a white man.
He stopped and looked at the
proceedings for a few minutes and
turned away with the exclamation;
r j "Mv C6dl Have I helped to bring
this on our neople?" : 1
Fmm the trial ne weui 10 me
Populist newspaper office and ask
ed if he was in arrears for the pa
per. Ascertaining the amount due
he paid up, ordered the paper
stopped and forthwith went to a
Democratic office and subscribed
for a Democratic paper. He is
again a Democrat and is w'orking
for the party Vith his olcl time
1 enthusiasm.' -
"Such experience as this ought
to cure any white man of the Pop-
ulistic craze Salisbury Herald.
coinage 01 legal
wages of labor in 'this country
.would be paid in silver dollara
worth about half as much aa gold
dollars, but the products of labor,
which -would belong to the employ
er, would be sold for gold in the
markets abroad, and that the gold
thus obtained could ho exchanged
for silver at about the rate of one
dollar in gold for two dollars in
that the iame person shall not si
multaneously exercise iucotnpati
ble offices, and that the offices of
Governor and member of the Leg
islator are incompatible. It is
also Urged that the. Constitution of
Deleware expressly prohibits 6ucnl
duplication of office. The right of
the United States Senate to go back
of the record f a Legislature is
derniined. For Ihitter or for worse,
we stand upon th right and duty
of the Stat to manage thir own
affairs without federal interfr-1
ence; and th election of a I'mted 1
States squalor is a ciat- auair.
rilV. 4 li h
try;r.g ! rt
there evtti ft : i 'h L:tv!e
d:d iln-'- :h ti tht ht
Ilentcrsca Long and V. E. Jen
kins have been over about Table
Kockbunticg They brought tack
'a tear s loot.
Prof. James Lee Lce. cf Ilarv-1 id-Ley. but be . mud. a-1
ard College:! atGaitonia fcr a t&jkr.'.-. h- fail d tv -i. I
'dav'i visit to friends and reUttfts ;iev n - th'.t the Utt :af-
r!.t m It f f ''tl.
. . I montunpn not aa.ro i&cif. dui asi 1 .t.:ii , ... , . 1. mMk
ailvfir. nnd thus the nrocess would . ami a niau -1 P '-' ai v asamgton a-g lori-y.
- iho mwr ffrtrarninc inn orrriii I lis.
go on, the employer getting gold of
full value and the laborer getting
depreciated silver, which, in the
opinion of these gentleineD," would
be a most happy solution of this
! Th-s GatonU Baptists have call-
Brotherly Love. Ud P.v. W. IL Bradshaw. of North
Prominent Republican vi out- Vjlkebcro 15 become pastor t
cnoketi iu their d-nuncintion of ,thir church. I
Ilutlcr. Col. Jcrn Smith, the, Thn G at'onia Baptists hava ent
leading Republican in the county U petition to the Sutv Dcpartra-ot
i t fp.c? iv"r.rd :L- Wh:t
!lo3t." W..:?.gv?i ar.
tion. If the Legislature, or
branch of it, did not perceive that
th law and Constitution of the
State mad a scat vacant, that
does not estop the United Statea
Senate, so Senator Mitchell con-
This is going to be a td year tenacu, irom ieV.h
foranyort of Fusion in North merecoro u.........u.
Carolina. - The fait ie it U a U- law. The record in qiintlou
Democratic vear. Wilriungton J uxu. -wm .v Bmw-
Star. ' " " -
Trim And Now.
A all :fi?nse -A th" u-iziml
chaf.ge XU thi -tfttu .! Sv-ithin.
P.-iputlie. C' f.gr-mari
ten v th d-!'cai tj St. Lrc:s
from h: ditnct rn bry r.d yJZl
Th-, colonel brands Butl-r a .n;ODri ia Mexico. tlf': '
ungrateful wretch" who. having; Her. W. M Bagby ha bfto at r -icr.u..c c...4 ,en
four years of gojl living lnfore Asheville on a visit to his tcn-m
him in the matter of the Unite! jaWf Iter. V. II. Willis.
' manipulating pnitical matt'-r. tleae of Ilev. A. J. Diai, a Baptist j
a particularly ever on the Se nator. MistionarT who have b-cen irapr.s-j
State f.natorhip, ha forgotter. 1 g. Cat hey. County Examiner,
who mad him. Among th-r'di
In Batoberg,..;C., a ootton fac
tory is being built in which negro
labor will bo employed. !
Du Font had received a majority
bf the voW legally cast for-Unitcd
Statea Senator, aud is therefore cn-Lj a00Ye coming from uch high
hold a public examiuatiCD at
thing the colonel aid that, con-1 Cherry vilU, May 7th, for the t-en-idering
Mich bae ingratitude on-cflt cf Jst. J. j. Gr-orri't pupils
th wart of th hro Honfvcutt. imh with to become, public school
a good do of "rotten egg would
L the timtv-r thing. Such talk a
We :ak- tL: t nin that tb
p reseat dl-gativi t i it. L;-:s
from th Vth l;tr.ct ar- fcr
sale. RepuKi'-j.ri tr.Tal r? ca
the ns! Ir.v-iiT.
Nearly r.U ha already te3
ratM fcr th Vaxr Moncmt-
L. M. Mcmiob haa bolThe Cbarlclt Ilranatsr Corsrasy
titled.to hi. .cat. . Uce, U verr amu-lrc to D...mo-ornintl lor a.yor ol ncoru .".
Tho Moment for tho minority' crU.-SutvUlo Landmark. 'by lb. D.ocraU- p-i " -