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Office over Burt's shoe store, on Main street
Entered at postoffice s secona-class rhattjer
Sai isnuRT, K C, Aug. 26, 1898.
DEMOCRATIC TIG KEF
For Congress Seventh District
T1IEO. F. KLUTTZ,
of Rowan
For
Solicitor Eighth District
WILEY RUSH,
of Randolph.
For the. Legislature:'
LEE; S. OVERMAN,
D. R. JULIAN ' j
For Clerk of Superior Court:
W. G. WATSON
For Register of Deeds:
H. N. WOODSON,!
For Sheriff: , i
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J. M. MONROE.
For Treasurer:
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J. SAM'L McCUBBINS,'JR.
For Cotton Weigher: j
G. H. PAGE, j
For Coroner: )
E. ROSE DORSETTJ
For County Surveyor:
C M. MILLER. 1
For County Commissioners:
J. FRANK JUcCUBBINS,
SANFORD JIENLY,
P. D. LINN.
TRE RECORD DENOUNCED
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Cyrus P. Lockey says the Re
publican Executive Committee ofl
New Hanover county has met and
denounced the infamous editorial
of the Daily Record that has cap-
ped the climax of all insults to the
white race. Mr. Lockey says the
paper will suspend. One Hill E.
King, a clerk in the Agricultural
Department, puts on the finishing
touch by denouncing this editorial
and very sagaciously .concludes
that it sounds like the work jof a
Democrat and ventures the opinion
that a Democrat wrote or inspired
it and got this negro to. publish it.
Could any thing be more like j But
ler's Rocky Mount speech '( j
And is it not wonderful that for
want of something bad to say.of
Democracy the things too outra
geous to bc3 condoned are transf er
red by such geniuses to the debtor
column againstDemocrats 'I Con
cord Standard. !
Our readers will notice that a
part of the editorial referred to
was published in the Sun several
days ago. The article reeked j with
revenge and hatred at the white
race. It was also an unwarranted
misrepresentation of the condi
tions existing between the negro
men and the poor white women of
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the State. The language was so
shameful and disgraceful that the
decent and intelligent negroes in
this . Section of the State could not
but feel a sense of revolt and con
demnation at tfe editor.
Down with such characters.
The St. Louis Republic thinks
that the South will profit most
from new markets with the acqui:
sition of Cuba, Porto Rico j and
ports in the far east. It estimates
that the new markets for cotton
alone will be worth to this country
'incalculably more than the cosi
of the war," j '
Klondike enthusiasm is suf
fering from a severe cold. Ship
going to Alaska carry few passen
gers; those returning are 'crowded
-There is a precinct in the Sixth
Cohgrojssional district in which 15
Populist votes were cast in 1886.
Now, before the campaign has
fairly opened, 11 of the 15 Popu
lists have openly i declared their
determination to vote the Demo
cratic ticket. The Star, can give
the names of these 11 voters who
cannot stand Dockery - and negro
f usion a ny longer, but we are not
calling names just now.' Wilming
ton Stay. ''..:,.-!'. . j
Notwithstandini
the "
wave'
of prosperity" that swept over the
country after MtKinley's election,
the shrinkage, in tbe -taxable value
of real estate in Georgia this year
compared with hist was 'about $3,
000,000, and this in the face of an
increase of $3,000,000 in Fulton
county, which includes the city of
Atlanta-.! Outside of that county
the decrease would be about $6,
000,000.
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Alabama has set a good ex
ample to the other States of the
South.1 The Democrats carried
thes5tate in the recent election by
sixty the usancT majority. White
supremacy was the is.sue there as
here. It is not to be supposed for
a minute that when 'the roll of
those States enjoying a white
man's government is called, North
Carolina
will be found in the rear
ranks.'
England's purchase of 70,000
tons of coal at Newport News, Va.,
wherewith to stock up her naval
stations may be merely a transient
bit of traide. It is worth while,
lowever, to remember, in the
craze to get coaling stations around
the globe, that we are something
of a coaling station ourselves, and
have not asyet fairly begun to de
velop our! capacity in that line.1
Last Saturday after the Re
publican convention adjourned,
says the Carthage Blade, we heard
a prominent -Populist' say: "My
party may fuse with that gang if
they want to, but I will vote a
Democratic ticket from' now on,
and don't
vou forget it."
An exchange remarks that he
1 1 FT t 1 I 1 . 'a
isa incKiV JvionaiKer wno gets
! back with $5,000' -to- $10,000. A
good many qf them may consider
themselves lucky if they get back
with their
skin and bones.
The Seaboard! Air Line and
the Southern Railway this week
paid into the State treasury their
State taxe
s for
1898-
$15,134 and
$26,414 respectively.
Ohio Democrats declare for
Bryan in lUOO on the Chicago plat
form.
Resent Such Gross Libel.
Poor white farmers' 'wives are
charged b
y the negro j editor of
the Republican organ at Wilming
ton with
with negh
farmer in
gross libel
"clandestine
meetings
men. Will not every
the State resent such
upon the .women of our
State? Poverty is no crime,
though it may be a misfortune,
but this misfortune should protect
its innocent victims from such
vicious slanders. Raleigh Post.
1 he Army of China.
The regular army of China 1 is
kaid to coiisist. of 323,000. Be
sides this, the Emperor's army,
here is a national army of 650,000
men, who are paid aboijt five shil-
ings a month. The cavalry re-
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ceives aoout iitteen sniiiinars a
month, feeid their own horses, and
if they are lost or killed are re-
juired to replace them out of
heir pay.
The present plan is. to begin
j uniting through trains between
iVinston and Mooresville on or
Lbout Septemler 15th. The delay
:s caused by the trestles, some ol
vhich are
not completed. Win
NEWS OF THE DAY.
Telerraphlc News Condensed for the Conveo
leoce of Hasty Readers.
The Postoffice Department is
making plans for the establish
ment of a mail service in Porto
Rico. - ; , ' ;
A serious insurrection has
broken out at Nadoa, jn the inte
rior of Hainon Island, in the Chi
na sea. v " !
Thomas M. Adams, Democratic
nominee for the Georgia Legisla
ture was killed at a political
gathering. '
Merchants in Santiago 'say , the
Cuban army should be disbanded
on the ground that it is a menace
to business.
Theljuban leaders in this coun
try are making strong efforts to
secure the disbandment of the
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Cuban army. j r
The Spaniards are bitterly pp-
nosed to the cession of the i island
of Luzon, in the Philippines, to
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the United Stales. . 'i i
Theoddr Lorner has returned to
Hammerfest with no news of An-
dree, th , missing aeronaut, but
will start, on another voyage.
Genera Wilson has closed the
saloons'in Ponce," Porto RicO, with
a view of quieting the disorders
which have prevailed there.
General. Rios has sent dispatches
to Madrid staling that the insur
gents in the Viscayas Islands, a
group of the- Philippines,", have
been fighting his troops.
,The American and Canadian
commissioners at Quebec announce
that no general hearings will be
granted to persons or delegations
on the questions tQ be considered.
The arrival of negroes at Pana,
111., to take the places of white
miners threatens serious trouble;
the strikers are being reinforced
by union miners from all parts of
the State.
Senator Davis, who has been se
lected as one of 'the peace commis
sioners, is in Washington and will
remaiq there several days confer
ring with the President and Secre
tary of State Day.
Dead Again!
Atlanta Constitution.
The burial of the silver question
goes merrily on. There has hard
ly been a day during the past
three years that we have not been
totd by the esteemed gold organs
of the east and their cuckoos in
other parts of the country) that
"silver is dead." 'Every turn in
the affairs of the government for
eigner domestic, and every eyent
that can be construed as having
any political bearing . vvhatsoever,
has been, hailed us another! evi -dence
of the great fact the death
of silver. That the issue, jwith
the lusty vigor of youth, persisted
in kicking out of its ready-made,'
gold-plated coffin, made no differ
ence' with the esteemed doctors
charged with editing the Wall
street newspapers. They had
said it was dead, and dead it must
be, if they have to keep on killing
it every day. J
Henderson ville Hustler; J The
Transylvania Democracy held
their county convention last Mon
day nnd put a strong ticket in
the field. Perfect harmony pre-
vailed and: prospects for success
are very flattering.
The Sure La Grippe Cure.
There is no use sufferino- from
this dreadful malady, if you will
only get the right remedy. You
ire having pain all through your
body, your liver is out of order,
you have no appetite, no life or
im bit ion, have a bad cold, in! fact
are completely usel up.0 ? Electric
liitters'is the only remedy ithat
yill give you prompt and sure re
lief. They act ' directly on your
Liver, .Stomach and Kidneys, tone
up the whole system anil make
vou feel like a new being. They
ire guaranteed to cure or ririce
refunded. For sale at T.j F.
Kltittz & Co's drug store, only 50
White Folks Will "Not Stand These
-Things, -y
In his speech at Monro e on
Tuesday, f Mr. John D. Bellamy
stated that in Robeson county,
Miss Britt, a white lady teacher,
had to walk seven miles to : get a
negro' school committeeman to
sign her voucher for the money
she bad earned. ' This is not all
the indignities to which white peo
ple are subjected for Mr, Bellamy
added: ; : ':
"Another white lady in Robe
son county had to stand an exami
nation before seven buck negroes
and not one of them' ever offered
her a seat. In another "township
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a negro committeeman took the
cnair m a
white lady's school and
bossed it.
We will not stand this,
and I warn the negro, for man
of them do not want this, I warn
him if he continues we will put it
down. ; Russell is vile. He select
ed, not a quiet and inoffensive ne
gro, to put forward, but a mean
one, Jim Yopng, whom he himself
had publicly, prosecuted in Wil
mington for perjury. This 'man
he put on the board that controls
the deaf: dumb and blind insti-
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tutes, he made him fertilizer in
spector, and . then, turning- down
competent
spectable
white men and two re
negrbes, he made him
a negro regimentj all
colonel of
because Young has influence with
the negroes and will use it for
Russell." I
We do not expect these things
o excite indignation in the breasts
of those white men ' who are get
ting big salaries through negro
support. They have already sold
their birthright for a mess of pot-
age, and would see every white
teacher in the State further humil
iated in order to keep their jobs.
They are even now running over
he State apologizing for such of
fences as Mr. Bellamy' mentioned
and keeping silent upon the great
er outrages that have made the
white women of the country dis-
rict af raid I to leave their homes
without protection,
Our appeal is to white men with.
white hearts, who love their race
ettcr than jthey love pic. They
compose II19 rank and file of-. the
white men of all parties.
They
want decen
government. ..They
the scandals, the ele
are tired of
vation of the negro, and the out
rdges that characterize the present
rule. They are laying aside the
party ties aid coming together1 to
restore White Supremacy in their
oved State. Raleigh News and
Observer.
FpiyoO Years j
STIEFF pianos
have been recognized and used by
the greatest! musicians the world
lover. After years of use the
oueu retains its original tone in
jspite of age.' It is' the only world-
renowned piano sold direct irom
factory anil buyers are beginning
to realize what they save in the
middleman's! margin on the high
est grade piano. We; also sell a
medium grade piano for $200 to
$250 that retailers sell for $275 and
$325. ' Our Charlotte Warerooni
stock is elegant and complete. It
win pay you to write : lor caia-
ogues and prices. lerms to suit.
Chas. M. Stieff,
Piano Manufacturer.
CHARLOTTE5 BRANCH:
Wareroom, 213 N. Tryon St.
THE SOUTHERN STOCK MUTUAL
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UNDERWRITERS
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FIRE INSURANCE CO.
OF GREENSBORO.
Pare tt rllirlrlonrl tr -rrMrxr Virvlrlot-o rf n
per cent, and in cases of loss
ETTLES-their claims PROMPTLY
What other
or you ? j I
companies do as much
. T- MAHSH,
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Office between Link & Rasland and OW
WrUht. ! ,
Ghurch High School,
! FOR BOYS.
Next Session Begins Sept. 5, 1898.
01
mm
WE HAVE.: JUST
.HUNDRED
Including some of the
this season,
that
65c. on
the
regular
The izes in ladies are mostly .3
These 'floods are slightly damaged
are just jas good as those usually
ask for
SAOSBUKY,
LUTTZ &
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LADIES SHOES, (small sizes)
iuiopro iu, 5, 4U,
CI1ILDKENS SHOES, fa big
pair. . - -
I IIP. ii.rirvf cmrn tnnct -Ka o11
w:4.' ci.:.- '
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We are receiving- new Winter
everybody. . !
these.
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'1-1 -v. v A killl J.AaLk7. 1ICLS ;L I 1 1 J 1V.UU.N. t'lllll I'll I . 1 1
iSewjbtock of IS ice Trunks suitable for school boys and girls.
TableL Tin and WoodvvaiW i
Last but not least Eatables.
it is useless to try to tell about them, but if you will come ngs will
show you the best from man lands andat prices the lowest in town.
Maiiiiiioth Furniture Emporium .
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Has the largest stock in the ci
y to
, arq New, Stylish and up to
ARE
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A Specialty. Tie has a line ...ofj CASKETS, ; BURIAL "-'ROBES, Etc.,
V unsurssed in the Slate. Personal attenticm given to ' :
EMBALMING AHD DIRECTIOH DFl FDI1ERALS
ODTlG
Our selling prices
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The small proft helps us by helping you.
Our ads. are not fyi
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Great values joined
elegant;
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RECEIVED SEVERAL
PAIRS OF
finest goods- shown
we will close at
dollar of the
price.
ci, 4 and 4, t-c'mc few hrpc urc. -
in appearance from handling,' .hut-
sold at almost twice the prices we
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at 10, 5, 50 and 75c. pcr'pair.
5U and 75c. per pair.
assortment) at 10, 25, and 50c. per
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tn-imaXra. vnnm -f ,v u:,. ..i.'.Vrf
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Well VVP. hftVfi sn mnnv-irnrwl ilInnrt:
I Yours to Serve,
Words fail to describe the beauty
ui our r urnitute in design, up
holstery or perfect finish. Our
Library Tables, Book Cases,
Leather Couches and Leather
Chairs are rich and ornamental,
as well as durable and eminently
useful. Our Curio Cabinets are
what the roUxrtors of specimens
need. '. -
select from and whilo his
date in every particular, his
THE LOWEST.
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sell our Shoes!
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w uc in uur biui c.
to low prices become
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p. M.I M. Brown.
The bubble has frozen.
ton Sentinel.
cents per oottle.
BRANCH
CRAIGE, Principal.
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