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VOL. I. NO. 38.
LINCOLNTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JUNK 12, 18i)(5.
SUM) A YKAR.
Let The Whole World
Know The Good v
Dr .Miles' Heart Cure Does
THiS OUGHT TO SETTt-E IT.
The Stamp of the Government
Adds Nothing to the Value of
Recently, in reply to a corres
pondent, the Sun stated that a $20
gold piece is worth twenty dollars
by reason of the weight'of gold in
u, not by reascn of the govern
ment stamp or inscription on it.
If the gold piece was melted into a
ump it would still b8 worth $20
THE RiVER AND HARBOR BILL
PEART DISEASE, has its victim at a
disadvauta.se. Always taught that
heart disease is incurable, when the
symptoms become well defined, the patient
- becomes alarmed and a nervous panic takes
place." But: when a sure remedy is found
and a cure effected, after years of suffering,
" thore is great rejoicing and desire to "let
the whole world know." Mrs. Laura Wine-
inger, of Selkirk, Kansas, writes; "1 desire
to let the whole world know what Dr. Miles'
T Mi1ar : Heart Cure has doue for
VI me For ten years I bad
HATt I UTS pain in ray heart, short-
ncss of wreath,, palpita-
KcSlOrCS tion. pain in ray leftside
TT.1U oppressed feeling in my
IlWd.1 111. .. chest, weak and hungry
Bpells, bad dreams, could not lie on either
side, was namb and suffered terribly. I took
Dr. Miles' Ileart Cure and before I finished
the second bottle I felt its zood ejects, I ieti
row 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.
THE PRESIDENT VETO Eg IT AND CON".
GRES3 PASSE IT ANYWAY.
We think most people who knour
of the real condition of our coun
try at the present great, unbear
able taxes and an empty tieas-
pXtEI MAY T1URTIEH. RY CATAWBA
COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
Tilt? following Resolutions er
intrduced bv Hon. S. M. Finder
f New I on :
Tho Underlying Irtoa of th iwo I Noiaoteaa Switching Er.glns.
Conventions Movomont. l jf r, limm abt;tltrh-
Tijh traders f the Im-xatir ,i,r eutiu that hat jutt lto add-
pftrty of N.r:!i Caridiiia.are ntyrr ..j (lt tl. r.npunt of tie (irtud
at r t, but are cit rll v tr.i 1 ng (.iirl atatl n, and it it the pnd
up nw wboiius. Tt!a particular f alL Ibf eifc.inx and hat.dt
matter t which I Ley are now de- about th train yarJt, braut it it
voting thir attention it au stfott I ih crttt.ui f William Uuchanan,
to errata a teiitimeiit In Iat"r ot I th tntitar uiwchautc oi tb rir
Resolved, That we are opoa-d
nrvrtnd the immense magnitude- I fo all discrimination against til-
of th River and Harbor bill ver. u hether made by the CW l CUWCmvim.H.n...i j.ir u.- n, uuuil u any. aiu a..
fnmnoWvm .n.,mvH ot thJireM of ths United Stated or bv it-adof "al t appoint 111. wuik with cuaparalt.aly IiuU
vnf th Pridniit- Tha rea- construction of the statute. here- legates to the national o.uvan- noite.
for th vetoare mainlv that bvtha coin oblirationsoftheGov-tiouiln nail to moet later to ll it slat, pmdexout artair,
. - I .. . .. - .-i.i 1 ii. I.. I urimtniit A laf firAftt . 11 n r I m Vr?t imnkttllfV. At id
in the market. Tlmre 'are IJIJ.M uw) "l ' U"JWIS lur U,KU ' r""'w , . . I " . .. ,
. i.:n ,;rai,. rtnM ...,i ti, m.M of lor on niaiucnnTenuou na ou i eini i2.iVDoac.a. imiio
grains, Troy, ot pure gold in tne ,JM1 ppiupnnic ... . ., . . . n I ti n i 4
An.. rru. c- .. i.Jrp1ntod to ih nublic welfare, and silver discontinued or limited : U that vraa nceitary for all pur- ogi.ei bt 5!r. IJuchau.o. and
KUiu uunar. meouii biaicu uiou r I . .... t. . i . ..r V ..u r.. Ii. .1. . t.i..
these grains of gold in the form of that mnny of thm are palpably .,.!. f,vor tr,.,.,,,? Imth .v6r .. '7'' " J, "J""'11 7" 77''
bullion were worth a dollar at the for the benefit of limited locali- bud goM lik. .1 th. mmH .nd "ih th.t h.y n ,0 mu.h ..t..Uct.ou II..I the ol-
mint or in the market.
words, the gold in a coin obtained terests
no iucreaso of value in the process The country is in no condition
of coinage. No appreciable part now to authorize a tax or burden
of its vklue was due to the mint's -160,000,000 tor internal im-
stamp, and the proof of this was provement, however much they
tVir if mpHoH Hnwrn iha pnin 1MV be needed.
worth as. much ae before. Where
as the silver dollar, the coinage
of which .it is proposed to make
free, is worth when melted down
but lit tl over 50 cents. Tne gov
ernment finds it iii consequence a
little difficult, with the gold re
IT. COS I XKU, 3X. 13.
Lincoln ton, N. C.
Offer lu professional service to the
people of Lincolnton and surrounding
country. Ofllee at residence . next to
the North State Hotel.
I . . I i . . .i i I .i i .t . . i . .
t.. .1,. tia. or the aid of individual in- the fre coinage of both nt the ra- ura 10 irT9i nam ius t u n:iai. oi iu cora any uk.....
ill uiuci I ' I ' . . . 1 .. . I - t-l . I 1 . . . . 1 . .1 .....
tin of sixteen to one and our del-lirom ir. roouuiiu v utiej jjiug ur.,i use u ia rui
etfate to all convention nre h-t tice t one year ha tier u uo atoUand t.iii.;hm fr afciuhtLf
bv instructed toumwU uktform need that tbsy tb-uld dj wc:ca;f aljul lh fard Ai sillaj
and caudidHten in accord with tk: thu once. up Uaia is lit 0:tzi Cmtul tta-
resolution. I Of ojur tber it a dr:ga in uqu.
Kfolvid that we r- oonod undertakiui Vj tll.t thii inaova- Su.l lck iika any ridicary
IttoD. Nut all uhO Uvr it favor
pose of keepiuc up a reserve cf what i bbiud it, but it prwujot-
cold in the Treasurv. Ut hope that aiur lit Cb;cago aid
' i .
Her-olved, Thnt wy nre opposed bL LouiaCwUvutXOUalL.wav may
to anv tinancial policv which put t open tu a fuun wub lb- I opu
the Treasury ot the ln;ted State UU on a Slat ticket if a Dao
mifUr iliM rontm! of ti -iculn- cratic $UU t:ckt be nt alrtady
tor or the bank, and are
ir.vor of the rep-nl ox tlie ttn per
ceut. tax on State bauk
Hsclved. TLatve und tinnly
upon the time benuxed pnticiple
of ihe Dcmocxatic pnrty at laid
ltdr thitrapt.ct th Nlrn
Journal baa ait t-diuna1 bcb.
frr ni i. or ttandotnt, pi tatat
eminently a-nnbU rr j'.ivti'.na. Ad
itiacl frmi it ! a fvdlowa:
So far a Ihv itirktifti atai tb)
Dauiucrat of ibla Stat, Xafdic
lb frro OMtiij; of itrr al 10 tu t
it r.ntvcrf iJ, It it n-Jt,iabljr tt
lUJ a!iaJy: ki far its j rtna
lalin to lb lWrtvcralic tat
cooviiti ui it cnrirtned4 it it alt
otr but tha thoutinit.
And yt certain tdrrUt iatb.t
Stat would attampt In alarm lLa
frflctuae fpt witbtSaCJf
thai tb ; '.4-1 ut ar plux..Lf to
:aptura dtlrjattt, a..i ptftpi
. jatiil tta czfuv.cu zn 23 -li
lU.t Lied of talk it tLt r.I.tll
U,t. tU Ii cal;ulatrd to b-Vb 10-
A liberal amount
for coast defences would be right,
but not foi jobs, etc.
The President ?avs:
'Whatever items of doubtful
propriety may have ' escaped ob
servation or may nave been toler
ated in previous executive npprcv-
I i r ! i rn t . . . i 1
serve of 1100.000,000 in sight, to Ul SillIl!U 1 auiwuuuuu
keep the present limiUd issue of that the bill now under considera
silver dollars circulating at a value tion opens the way to insidious
double the worth of the silver m ud increasing abus. and l in
All work guaranteed, nothing but
best materials used. iPrices reasonable.
Terms cash except bj special agreement
Office on Main Street
I . If . . . . A 1 . ,
them, but the achievement would i11 o exiravaani as io ue eS
hoimnndhlo if nronosp.d. the pecially unsuiteu to tnese time
coinage of silver dollars should be of depressed business and resulting down in our platfcrm from time
made free and unlimited disappointment in Government to tune believing that our Kepub-
As several correspondents ques- revenues-Wilmington Messen- lican form of government can
tioned the correctness of our state- preserved alone through their en-
ment as to the value of the gold in The Senate and House have foreemel,l;'uU. prs'-
a goia aoiiar or in a jtu guiu piet, wiu puvu i Stop by Stop.
being unaer tne impression ;... F---- ".r W pi It is .aid in a Wilmington Utter U free tlWer SUU ticket on lb, 2ob
tne mini sramp on we goiu aau it , uu., , r?..v-, . Qb.erver of Juu a. thn can poMilly hope
tne copper mixea witn n maae e uuu xLo, ..v. M. co-opc- to Lave at anv later dale. Mwie-
.nisidprRblp difference the Sun. tol benate. lnese nve are Uemocrr.ts. I . 0 . . 1.1.1
toasiutraoie ameieuw, iut cuu,iu. I ration with the ro'juhat cu bun- lover, it t koottu abiolltly co
ena all question, aaaressea inqai-io.j
ries to the director of the mint at
Washington, with the following
in the Eeld. It this i not Ue
riju for two convutiuii tbtra it
muttf. The free :Wer eltuieul will
CvUttol tl Stale convention of
June 25th abioiutely. TLt tuuuJ
money men are tukis no oppv;
lion tu tbem m tb couuUti aoi
heucv, of cwurie. iU not U in lb
State convention to oppote tb02
iu eveu the llUt-t dereo The
free silver men will appoint tfce
deUgntet to Chicago and will bave
it a xully in Ibtir powr to name
t:x wLttl thssUns tnis. a-J ;t
: culr btn xt it in rneUwu tbat
Ibt didsrtaca ttto. or ratbtx
Tb nd ;n t; in dttirUk
It; tL$',Lm ta d:ptb w;ib
IL ',u;.d sade by ibe rxbaci;
1 LU x acconipl:bd by lL ci ci
mtal it ti.onu at iLt tw c;i:x.i:
conjp2undIudavi.ax.d ;i xt ftcu.
lb:t pail tl IU tnrcLanuus ILal .-t
n&:ne dtiiv itt lii.
all ti.ii.ctt of lUr xal;; uli!.
awd llb tb ft. ai.tr tli-. f
luval tu ret ta
ll oabt tol- t-i.w:t-::-r rtf
(rt .lr ibai Lal tc .
C-d Xcali: U. iltm C'4-
.f ;Utr at 10 w l.xt Uic ctrx:ri
j-t 1 xjywtt wf lL .s.t:tt Lf 1 1-
If tl; Uiti-:t it an att'jrs2
-:ct. a&d Lwl etta tbt twt -1
:xa 14 tcan :n lu;i Sla'. dtl'tt
.t, by iLizt ;t :t x;rcritry ta .rtj
Tbtrc it id ixoat of tbttt io 1 -c tb t;il i;ci.it:J &cj?
Attorned at Law,
. LikcoLNTOX, N. G.
Work intrusted to his care will be
promptly and carefully attended to.
Office on Main Street.
Attorney at Law,
Practices in all of the State and Fed
eral Courts. Prompt jattention given
to all bnsiness. i
Office in X 3rth State Hotel.
Attorney at Law.
Lincolnton, N. C.
Practices in the Courts of Lincoln,
Mecklenburg. Gaston, Catawba, Cleve
land, Rutherford, Polk, and in the
Supreme and Federal Courts.
Office in North' State llotel.
Tre asury Department,
Bureau of tue Mint,
Washington, D. C, May 23, '90.
A. S. Abell Co., Publishers Balti
more Sun, Baltimore, Md.
Gentlemen: In reply to.your
inquiries of the 25th instant, rela
tive tu the value of gold and Unit
ed States gold coins, I submit the
"I. What do vou give for
Ans. The government pays for
gold at the rate ot $0.67 per ounce,
fine, or $1S.C0 per ounce, standard
uIl! 19 there a charge for mint
ing, and if so how much is it?"
Ans. The government makes
11c charge for coining gold.
k Is there a charge for the
The Passion for Publicity.
The passion for publicity, aa the
hankering after gettiu? one's name
in the paper is termed, has of lte
been the subject of considerable re
mark in more than one magazine
ind newspaper of note. It is in
deed a passion ; and its hold upon
orabb terxna throughout all clatae libnt fxee tilv-r will dominatv the
here is freely expressed.''
Thus we go on, tep by ttcp.
national convention on the 7th oi
Julv. and to there can bt no dan-
cvlinJr Lt kuoa at lL
baut xtttxcir. anJ Iwcaltd lu tbc
txnoktbox lbex It anclbtr part ot
tht dctict wbicc it calld tba an
nuUr vaxxaole. TL:t coat:-i:;i-maktt
tL atiiUna practically nw.tt
Ui in tLt bav;ctl k:&4 of tr-
Oaf of tb cyliodtrt It knoo at
tb b:b prtnurt cyliLdtr, ax.d it
IV to 24 i'-cbt. a&d tk tvu-j
the lotr prjMurT cyhr.dtr. iLc
diaatst:on of L:-:b ara r9 by
imcktttack. a&d tktx,ct :u tte
tcioktbox. Thit txbaut:rttxtc:r
:t provided xtb perforated plattt.
h;:h tba f.ttua psttct
When it was publi.hed, some gr of nominating a tickei or nun- ; Th axbauit of tht low prrttur
months ago, tb-U certain North elating platfcxci at Kalesgh on I vi.jtr L-f.tt tbroucb a tgt
. ... 1 ' -
p;p to tbt xtte;vc:x in trout cf tLt
va4hiugton to couler wiib tuc harmony witu ibe ticket and put
Populist Senate from tbi State in I fur in at Chicago on iba 7ih prox
reference to Democratic Populist I The touud mouey men are atk
. . . I . .1 . . 4 . . 1 t .t.. i.k. ! " .
people in general 13 astonishing xsiou, me m evccv w, iUg uwimuij o vuc itrcagti
whno-e reflects how vain it is om Democrat witu utter lucre- rueut exc.pt that xt g;ve Ibem a
after ail. Half of a politician's dulity and by uch as believed i Democratic ticket to vote. Tbc
dorv is the ouolinr and caricatur- with disgust and horror. .Now the freo t;lver Demx-rati maintain
- - I. . . ii..ll.a ., . . .
in he gets in the papers; half ot idea, having been Mrwarueu. uttie inti itiey are tue only uemozzxi
the etrike-ieader's recompense is by little and the public mmd bav- and the matt ot lbin bav, purncu
the thought that through the pa- in? crown accustomed to it. it 1. with mdiguation any tussettion
rT ,-,rv r.v, iu tnrnPtl nnnn bim discussed daily on the streets, to that they would tolerate xution
a o -w 7 --'v w Mr
No xt:otl ian Lrtr d.bt
id tbal iht Cv.uagf diclaxai: l
tbt Dt:ncxuc Suit r.tvtnti. u
Ll year tsJJ be bat XI a iu
l;KI 2 ui 4. On tLcj-trXf
ill ctn ksc that tL fxtt cift
t.t:xtni ibi vax :t tix:,gtxal
'wii tcuU ibau it t tur l.u
Kif. TLt wii-4 &tr c.4
avt fU iu;pfltri Ij dt;lalt tit r
itt upa xt b-lbat lita:- J
3d p-rp-t wkt a cwctr.rd
hl aa.ntl tbt ottxahtlr:.-" t
MUUStMl, ai Latr t.Ll t J
:Lxvr cy wtu;i in tLt ay of ;1t
)Xpxtot:. Tbty Lat a.rt;ri
itftilin aifix.c :j ail ;si
luxr. xtt:ivtd tu Itl tbt Xxt t Irtr
p-plt bayt tLtxr ic:-xy w;tb
bavii; t SA4.t tve lit tsa4iil
ti.il Iji it. If. utdtr tbritc r
rctULctt. lit ix ir;ci.ry ;afi
pivinglbtairbraktitaUu! t t tat U.n n icz t.x yn
featt..&tf ifarcaih tbttxhauiirtt !r itf Ibtv tn.-k it p.i:l;tt
r m 1 .
ivj4 ttitt to sag tbt .u::t c&-
Tbit en:&t it tsppotttd by
drivinz belt. tbtttto a tidc.fcur
t ftt tbret incbet h:b. Tbt Uilti
' rETx. rvoTici:.
Dr. A. W. Alexander will be at
his office at Lincolnton. June, Au
gust, October, December, Febru
ary, and April. Will be in Mt.
Holly, July, September, November,
January, March and May.
Patronage solicited. Terms cash
and his utterances aro eagerly read; Utores, sops an;l o::cei, ana it wtiu x opuusm. 11 taey ww nco- j kli0n ti w.?on top. a:.d it
half of a sensational preacher's in- argued heatedly r,v innuentiai el iu saying to tney can wtt uem-. u:fftmil (fo:a ltt CrJiary b:Ux
ducement is the notice the news- Democrats, and above we have it oumatc it by deteatm tnta lwC. It larcer in cxrtuafcr-
ot.0 fni'Q r,f ua infomnoratn nt- tbat the entitneut in favor of it convention tcbtme ot tb tradcrt.
terances; half of the ambition of extends to all claaae in the city cf will tbey do it? We .hall tea 1 Uck
ence at tbt ctb than at tbt tmokt-
many a "reformer" of this day of
false prophets is to get his name
heralded over the land as a leader,
copper used to prepare gold for thejaud it i3 ij.ew;se the consolation
B. F. Grigg, Mgr.
"Y. K. Grigg, Cashici
THE BANK OF
Solicits the accounts of
chants, Corporations and Individ
uals, and will make collections at
reasonable rates. Settlements
A Bank account never fails to
inspire habits of economy and sav
ing. Try it.
I have the largest stock of New
Musical Ixsruments thst has ev
er been in North Carolina, eucn
as Autoharps, Accordians, Man
dolins, Guitars, Banjos, Violins,
and Roller Organs, ana any
Ans. When th bullion depos
ited is not suitable for coinage and
requires parting and rerluing,
charges are made for these opera
tions, equal to the expense incurr
ed in eliminating the base metals
and parting the gold from the sil
ver when the two metals aie com- mentloneJ
bined. There is also a charge ot
2 cents per ounce . for copper re
quired for alloy. Upon gold bul
lion of standard fineness, mat is.
containing 9.10 gold and 1-10 cop
per, no charge whatever would be
"IV. Will the mint give $1.00
Mpr" for 13.22 grains, Troy, of pure
Ans. The depositor of gold bul
lion i9 allowed one hundred cents
for everv 23.22 grains, Trov, of
pure gold his deposit may contain.
"V. What is a $20' gold piece
worth in the market if melted into
Ans. Twenty dollars ($20) if it
has lost nothing in the melting.
R. E, Preston,
Director ot the Mint.
of mauy a suicide. It is by its na
ture au insatiable passion ; afar olT
there seems to be something in
newspaper fame, but onceobtaiud
however, that the "co-operation
muH bo on honcrable term'
such trm3,for instance at all Dem
ocrats denounced n? dithonorahlo
when effected in ISO I between tbc
Populists and Republicans.
In politic,aa 10 all the other da-
there is something still lacking PrtmenU and aitaira iu lite, tue
which incites the seeker to more first false step taken, others follow
,ipaftrflfft meaaurea. But the oas- ealy. The beginning of the com-
1 ' . . 1 . -1 I nrnmi nf rnncmle has for lta I02-
siou is not limitea to tno ciuses 1 r
It may be said to have cal end the surrender ot principle
roaQpsod everv ono who rcad3 a
nnn,n,r. fnthm.rh inaatiable. go on from original deteitation of
there rn ionlo who have realized a tbiug to toleration and finally
it. hnilnwneS9 or been discusted affection, is nowber more forcibly
u j, urrnrfS nfnihora expressed than in the familiar
IV II P! llrMinLULu V . wtu .0. I .
It is to be noticed, Charlotte Observer.
Tbi rtbox '.t tavtutt-two iucb-
! et c?piu irtot acu ni'.v-'.o ir.ee
. Iteuitttking that thre it little
doubt that the frvt? i'.lver 'gang"
will control the national Demo
cratic convention, the Vintc:i
Republican continue: "In that
event thnt the Charlotte Observer J
hat our sympathy. It tight de
serves a Wtter fate." Deserve a
ln-tttr fate, ccrtninlv. Rut. with
thank to it contemporary, the
Howeasilv we mav.bv familiarity, I Observer mut fay that it dcnot
xevl tne netra ot tyxnpatny irom
any quarter. It ha made a und
for xl caue which itt couKienct
and forther-ult bring r;ochaghn
nor cauct any Io of altvp. We
et in tbt lack, and ba z htaf.nc
turfaco ot 1C2 Kjuart ftt.
Tbt Joccmotitt hat coat op to
tbt expectation t cf tbt dti:;str
,d bat beu rroncutctu a tuc-
i Lv tntchantcal eo:&r. It
tteamt vary freely, it quick in itt
action, aod tU tbt lonj felt ntri
cf oosttltta twitching eg:-
railroad yaxdt and tlatioLt N. Y
iitratle aincx.tv of tbt ptrty
b;cb mil It rHtJ btrfxt llty
at f.T ava'.ti older, b. tits,
tbty :ll ac i:bt ahtt J w:Vb it.
If, botvtr. lL:r w;u ita'tti
tttelr fcrakn ibttn, tbtt yr
hti to tbt jtlily : tt'2tzllnz
jf tbt Ntbxn JoTL.al Cbr
Who Owes iho Crair.ncja.
Tbv Rtp-il:ca&t of Nnb Ctrt.
oMn r no H; d?bt cf rrmtitnda
io i?nat-x R-:!r, but it cmi 'J nj
do tbev bae g -:.t a a)l to-
t r t ti,.:i. v.niAtanza:
D"ne?.' "r:r v: u.. aa.M frtMt.i wccu.todioum
otner uay sumc uuicu m.u " v- ' ; .t rt -.rrt
row and rushed into the papers Tliar. to be bated, need but to to ret. f F.r Uttnhut ttn
- 1 . . ... . III ..It V. I MV .V. ' - ...
bout the United Slate. ag ;qU.ct- .-" " """"" - , :n pf lfc, mshi
.... . t I I ... 1 " I "
lv toliowiug some stuueuia uuiueu ntj first enJure. lUvn ptty, tUen em
WW . . .T? 1 I
nrrv n I mtorl l!p nillPPr flllCl I Uiail.
trampled upon the flag. hether
the" women knew it or nor. tneir u it reotliretl -n annual cutlay of
foolish action is easily traceable to j noo.oo to future a family araint any
their nassion for publicity. It they seriou couequenc from an attack of
had-been assured the papera would owel complaint during th- year there
A. , u - are many who would feet It their duty !copl
not nave ncuceu iuem,u
tipen asanred their action would
not be made a subject of street
tude by perjuring onea t-clf in pro
fei'ing to believe in a thing in
which one iloet not buhtve.
The Observer hat cur admira
tion for itt com?. W tay thit.
of course, at one of its 'littl ay
;antt'f! The top of the day
A healthy appetite, with perfect
digestion and assimilation, may
red bv the use of Aver s
class f Music Store. Prices lower Pills. They cleanse and strength-
I Un ii- hfllQ fl 1 1 TT1 M 1 1 1 Jl. 1
BH tuc i .... - j
nnri roTrl HTA nbstmctions to the
thfin pttpt Orders bv mail nave en
promt attention. Addess
W. L. Lowe, Newton, N. C.
talk, they would have been 6ilent.
As much may a well be said ot the
students. God pity a woman when
the passion for publicity gets hold
upon her. Biblical Recorder.
to ray it; that thfy rould not afford W0 Caldwell. Iftke world ttandt
to rik their lite, and tboe of b'Mlcn2 enough tome other will n4
lamny icr tucn
Pxof. Mulhall. :at;tt:c:ai cf
renown, ba prvpalrd a table tbow-
tn tht wealth, aggXtgalt ica peX
CAp'.ta. cf f.ftttn o
liowt cf tbt &rtb
thut: UnitvU SJtatti, wkh 10-1,-
l2U.tW.0U, ir capita 11.026;
Great Rritctn. wtalth I47,COJ.CO
CMJ, per capita 11211; Fxanct.
wealth fS2.WpD,CWC00. ytrcspu
11.122: Germany, wealth Hltl?..-
OCO.COL). tr cp:la iCJl. Aid to
bn tby cu dt
j Mr. Rstltr a pxe?nt tbt
, tr.agni:::t:jl Al .f a jtart ttrra
;n tb V . cratt. TLt db'. -f
gratitude L:cb n!nt x ta ?Lt
Populxti Vfctert of Nvxtb CarJia
bo jc;t.ri with ut in tbt xnv
met.t to p-nfy tbt elrctiwn Uwt cf
Ncnb C.:vh::a. Ibty had a.
much bitem: m ihU catttraj t
u,lf P" d:d. ptxbpt. tut w sratfa!
ftbtltadu:C4- to lbta :Uft lJif Uickcry
. It turta o2
A Fop. Can't Stand It.
Tht Pxt:dtrtd;d brnitt'.f crrd;'.
bv b:t to cf tht rittr asd tarbir
B;ll. It trtsa alat iapDit;bt
to ictla ccrgttn cow aJ ay i tb it-
ill pnetict tconmy. lib !.t
an amount. Anyone, rmnflthr. Kn.l
can ret thl insurance for25 cent, that I - 1
boing the price of a bottle of Chamber-
IIoKri Pills are tho lt aftr-
lain' Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea " v - : .
Remedv. In almoH every neighbor- dinner pilh aut dilion, pr
hood ome one la died from an at-l vent COnUlpatlon. loc.
tack of bowel complaint before medi
j cine could be procured or a phyf ician j Rtv. R
cf Uummoned. One or two doe of thlt , on. nnnc
T .l .l.tRfllftni nnra
the scalp will cause grayness of i remedy will cure any ordinary cae.
ton. announced ia tho Herald Uil
11 ! week that ho wi not a cajidfdato
the hair and baldness. Escape never fails. Can you atTonl to uxe . r.nt in nolitiVa.
anarm v .. . nw f tht nimble thFriak'for o tmaU an amount? For ? . '
without 1 specifiS, Hall's Hair Renewer. tale by w. L. Croute, DrutU nor wouldn't be.
boring it wo-ald tttci a very
pxvpnttxoi: tixse to trakt zo cte
teti and tir.callJ (or ,ziilznt.
to tht end. Httn:, Auttralta ani jdiSIcsit-.ri rdcr which w tart !i
Italy art mentioned at tht jwrtit
of tbt girat nation. With her
colon iet included. Great Britain it
tht richetl of tbt natint, but
wituout them br with dott net
equal that of tbt Uniti Statt.
Tbt ttory it tinificant. Tc;
country, tht youorU of them all,
it at one tho fr-ct and tht rich-
cat of them all ! Cbaxtottc Ob-
GtorKla bat its wh&rjar; f&r
10 tol. En Atifsu wttit fcr
lihtr. Ikkt SailL. arl werl
for tbt whit tnet ah
Tbt b'tatetTillt primary cenver
tion on lait Saturday ccsdcm&cd
fcuoa with any party.
Chatham Descent baTs Ch
elated fcr Col. J. S. Cirr fcr riT
eniar. It ti taid xsany Pcyaliau
in that c-DSStr ccai; tick ta
tht Dtsxjcrttlc party.