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IXV IU5C. 5
C-. JffE '.3 IM.
LCft EC Y IN POLITIC. xUtoann-h:;.
Fhe American E-onomUt, "de-1 piece of cm y
voted :o th protection of Amerio-An ug."
l;-or ami industries," publish
the following from Raleigh, V. '
To th President ol the Ameri
i-iu r'roteetive league I bare
tneu ir'.irr a a work it, in politics
xa l)'aj.vrat ber I"t ern, and
hire !'r j yer or more kept a
note of ,1 persons whom 1 met
thut are for I'ro'ectuin. They .re
very svret : e, is you w ; 1 1 learn.
Ui jie to I, and it is just !r
tins reion that the same l'rutrc
tire TrtT PemocratJi bon!d r?
together nd form a
;s nothing but
.ind fatuous lu
idis:iie- : 1.
Doted that tho ij noted t ion ally no
is from the New York tween p.irtu
sworn enemy of (irover and 1 1.
1 f the World claims so it is .m ui;u (
BCSiXTCox La going Wet. That
to ikm riffcl direction for Sanwt.
Tn gnabowt Petri 1, now baild-
Img t4 IWtinorv, Is now ready for bronght
trMC trial raoeieas around wtnca otDers may
WH- ibm coieaeerH tea- ' mbi, and by a combined effort
Uo, tt UnnomlUr .hoa.d know pjich othef inJ h , ?ach fire of victory, imperishable honors
U-W dfT. other down here, and we will b encircle the bro w of ( i rorer 'leve-
Tn rtport eom from Oklahoma troog. n e Have means oi mow laud
thxi rich trt atiM bira bn that we are very tro:g. bet we Rut let u, in the Vmgnitv ol oar
loafed iwar Gat&rt.
are ea-sv , and
at Berlin aa
U-t it l
'le vela iii
much for the i les ei.iiid adininistra 1 he
tion, wh.it must the judgment of cratic
mankind ? lint lor the policy of tra
thi; Ilairison adnuuistratton there
might h.ive bt-eu some who doubt
ed the wisdom of its predecessor:
but when I'.ljiue follows :u the
footprints of Hayard, and Tracy
atepjt in the trncks of Whitney,
while our skies are aglow with the
I U 11. 1 I! VIM
.k j-o.irn.il c' en :
i i- : .1 ,i n d : :. i
ii. ( viii i:ui:i KEoi.i i io .
li v no in .
o e in r II I I 1 1 ;l '
do, ;.s fliouli to 1
with I'.il-eho.. 1, oi
shiimetui i gn ir.i:. rr .
" 1' very 1 o :n : ,i :
trade who mi pp. r : i 1
land in 1 V s.iy -Hun.
Now no oik
the o d ; t o r o f ; h
rani.' i i 1 1 . i
has been : t
1 1 e e
June I :h . .--'.'
: 1 -1 i i it :--1 see m the ,1 d i;.
N a of t he ': h int-!., a coininunio.i
tion Iron) Beaufort, continuing a
"td oi i I'm,! at :o ns p.ised by the
M.igi.ti .lies and com in :. loners in
joint m-smoii. 1 am surprised at
them for taking unv ueh action.
I : m-ciii.-. to me that it l
Mm' liny, in an Cit1iri.il
had nothing to do with.
: o ; he ( i over nor --rid u.
so obnoxious to "r
of a man
I i v , or Ic. c
ho New ork
' i:i ;:h gno-
i i r l'i' o ; i .i i sr 1 1 ood
! t ii made and sus-
bs 1 1 e r
,n we down
worked Lxtter than I hoped for."
la lor tan Ate!y e name of the
writer is r. : given. We dm ire
t:.e gv:;::;s of he man. and deplore
. u: inability to locate the object of
our idolatry. IVrhaps a brighter
.Jy may dawn in wh o-h
know bus be is.
we h a 1
a.s v as ex;vted
for si.th;ng y rui
t:-. i '. a 10..0W
ad m ' n is'ered
Fill pi j ail rooad and no ham
ba la U alj motto for trae tour
mmuMj- work ou.
IX thss Utw aaaoicipai election tjr ;o,
Korviek, Ooaa-, vent Democratic
lot tbw flnt tin ta tu hutory
Jont B. rlATts bu been ap
polatcU KTaiM Coileclor for the
tfta diatrict of 5orth Carolina.
SiCTUrTAKT KrsK caila himself
"taa tail at tfc Cabinet. That ' all
right-. 5ow vho U the head ' "
A 0aSS widow ia uot uafre
qaaUy oa who children have a
poor tor of fodder Oil
AT a aie!ting o( Americans ;n
Paia, Fraac, 40,000 franc were
Mbacribwd on the spot for the
J ma town affereri.
The HoaWican party l not the w;h to conn:
frial of tJj popie. It i the Kre- Tra.ier.s.
faaniiaa of a special claaa which I; ;s in vam for them to enve
mlaa it. Rich mood State. aamt Tres.dent Harriaou
AT laaat 11.00") Draooa were fed failing to diaoover in them senti-
k IS filial Committesj at John ment which they
. , ii spirits ixncede ttiat party honors
strength i not known and wnl J
never be known it so long as we
are compelled to be so necret as to
oar principle. 1'ivsaiblv it will
tallied to C.Ul-e 1, s eiu-ek to
He belongs to th.t" cl.is of indi
viduals who plume ! !o-:nel es on
their f-ucd-.ssful ymg. and gloat
over the gam tii. ir in i.d.n ::y acquire.-.
Tne , :-i-; lb-; n'il:can
con i. : nam ucn a
oi; r n ali-d ic nmci's.
of the period when war shall be no ane asti-.ngtcn
more, and the blesaed reign ot publican, but a
Peace shall extend "from the rivers say s
hail the settlement
a great American
Tietorv. Rising to a higher plain.
let ui greet it as the triumph of paper.- will nut
lruth. and the prophet ic harbffcger prostitution of
to the end ef the earth.
POLITIC J AS a TH1DK.
I'be often-qnoted expression
the oflU-e shoold seek the man,
and not the man the ofliee"' em-
T he ap. cation Ixk1 les t r u t hs tha t n nd an appro vin g
as dmapproTed. reaponse in the higher element of
g drastic cmound manhood, but the customs of the
I'.-otr' ion ltfmi times do not acoord with the lofty
I )omocrat n
era: a Nortn ('arol.na must i-'me
out of their I, : .1 1 n g pi aoes and avow
'. be nif i ' e. a.s they do in other
part o! '.he Stuit b. .!' ' hey do no'
an 1 ! t't'un ted a
tailing to appoint tbem 'o otVice
solely ua ; he score ol their per
tonal and ocii respectability. In
Iowa laat yedaiay, and a d wa.s
xUadU to TOO families.
CjaaaT aad gtorioQ ;a tiie record
af York etty. I ptothe night
of ta 4th toat the ion of .t'O.IDO
aal bao raiaasi for the Conemangh
Sa JoyTS l.i shaking up Jack
oa, Mlaa. IIu con gregat.on o0
Wctlaaaalay nigh: is said to have
boaa tb largest that arer faced a
praacber in tha: city Charlotte
"PlMIDMT C'aK5t-T of Kiauce,
ia Tryfoad of Americans, an J is
e!U rating seOulously the society
af oar eoantrymen now ,a Paris.
At bia recapuoaa more Americans
re to ba foand than in any draw
lag room ia Karope ."
Today (Jane. 1st the law proios
itlag tha sale of eigTirettes to
aitaor in thus State gcxs into 'thai we are rery strong, bat we will
OiTeeC. Th9 pcobabliti axe tha;
taa soi ail boy will now stocks him
e n 1 1 m e n t s
lu a Republic in which, accord
ing to the theory of government,
offices bestowed as the free-will
gift of the msjonty of it citi
zens, the holding of ctVn-e is an
honorable distinction worthy the
ambition of the patriot and the
st atesm an .
The decadence of ofliee seeking
is not because of inherent con
ditions, bat it is on account ot the
t. soundly Ke
i ay s honorable.
u'i - n-ely
s b.ll u .i.t a pio
1: the a.M bulk
"oter o't tl n r
ey su ppor : oil Mr.
In'; know it . '
M r. Cleveland is
1 1 he t i-seses a
It .s the bolt! and
s w h :ch tl ,.-ci ises
I pidauples. but
e- a- ell, to
i !.. lam-us tils
lne-S (d his
Il l her
free : i .ulr than
en! free trader
the poi.tical sens' cowardice is not methods often smployed to ot)tain
reapect.tbie, and the man who. for office, and the abaolote dependence
social reaaons, masters with the upon oftice by which honorable
enemy must te sho". with 'he m en are some ti mes en thralled,
enemy We hare been led into this line
For or.ee we stand with the of thought by the following paa
llconoiu.st. Political cowardice is sage taken f rom an interview itli
near akm to iwrsonal cowardice. General John M. Schofiild:
and is scarcely lesjt o intemptable.
NN e insist nptin North Carolina
Protection Democrats coming out
of the.r hole, s that President
Harrison can recogmre them and
make tbem the leaders of the New
South ; bat care must b taken Ict.
in dcing this, the President nn
masks a Jndss or an Arnold.
The unknown genia says, with
the tender pathos so jocularly hts
owe, "We have means of knowing
'.Thoasands of oftlca-seekers are
in Washington every day, com
ing and going all the time, hunting
fur office, begging for it, fawning sold its soul to tin
for some picayune place in Wash
ington or somewhere else, as thoagh
their life depended on their getting
it right away. Hut the silliest
feature of it all is that every man
who wants an oftlce1 wants to see
the President about it. and the i the
(Tuel Kiecntive of this great lie- wi
puoiic, wno ougnt to te tree to at
tend to more weiehtv matters of
is buttonholed br this -Mauuiaciurer
free t rat
Cleveland t hey i .
l-'or a certainty
no tree trader.
; r t ; e to .t fa u 1 1
not tdilv polst :c.
political j r - ii.l
t he last fill. I
mess a ge to : he
he has made
fessed progre.-s 1
the same posit on .
was further from
the most despon
believes the couutrs
What does the Sun mean '. The
editor is no fool, and there is
method in his madness- l.:ke an
old hag who would irighten chil
dren with ghost dories, he holds
up the raw head and bit ody bones 01
free trade, to frighten the misses
of the people into the support of
a protective taritl that has enriched
the monopolies that feed him. and
on whose bounty he has "waxed
fat anil kicks."' The Sun having
vil spirit, can
not reform if it would, and its
nature is such that it w a ul
I'.at there . an ot her pu bl icat ion ,
more influential ,f the Svjth than
Sun, that :- lit
te hi nd it in
work, and that pu
Washington llrvan President of the
A. N. ', II. '. is." Now 1 should
think, Mr. K.htor, that our'" then
would unan a majority ot the peo
ple of Carteret. It it does, then it
is a mistake, tor a majority of the
good people of Carteret know very
little about ami t are less, who is
President ol" and how the Atlantic
, N.C. K. K. is managed It is
only those win) live along the line
oi said Koad, who ait- in anyways
interested or posted about the way
the road is managed, and nine tenths
ot them will say that
I in an Ksu . makes ' ht
dent tne Koad has eer had. ll is
a known tact, that he is the most
accommodating President, not in
giving tree passes the Koad has
ever li id, and it is a tact too well
known to "iiui people," to even
comment upon, fh.it the Koad, its
cul ei bridges, road bed and track
is ,n better condition than it has
ever been since it was li:st built.
I lnr people" know that lor years.
Morehead C.ty. the gieat summer
re so i ; oi N . C ., and .i : n 1 1 ; n g tow n,
has hail no depot, oi any accommo
dation lor the traveling public, bu;
under Mr. llryan's rule and man
agement, it now boasts ot a tine,
and commodious building hd that
purpose, and there is a line one be
ing el ected 111 New port. ,l!ui all
along ; he l.ne ai lie w pla! t' u ms
and side track- to ii-ee'.ve lit. and
a. .'intiiod.ite t he p u bl ; o. At no
time since the K ad was built, has
there been so much lumber put in.
ami about the Koad. The farmers
along t he line of said load will tell
you, that under Mr. l'.ryan's man
agement, they have had scry little
trouble in collecting f r stock : killed
by -a:d Koad.
I hope those Kesolut ions will in
no wise mislead our Governor, for
while .Mr. ( hadwn k may be the
1 . I '" of t his county,
The Jute Trust.
livery manufacturer and pro
ducer is entitled to a legitimate
protit on his products. This, an
appreciative public is perfectly
willing to accord. On the other
hand, extravagant extortion,l'orced
by the power of a combination far
above legitimate profits, will be
hurtful to the general good, and it
should be resisted.
For years the jute manufacturers
were content to sell their bagging
at seven to ten cents per yard.
Recognizing their power and seeing
the opportunity to exercise it, they
entered a combination the last
season, to wring from the farmers
of Georgia two hundred and forty
thousand dollars above what we
have been paying for
.1v' . i.IuL .
Across the wa.de ' darksome nights.
And days that knew no glee:
The sweet, fond thought oi one fair hour,
In gladness comes to me.
I see onet; more the crowded hall.
A llumo with hnlliimt litjLit .
I 1 hear th-- wines of nmsic sweet,
That harmed my oul tliat niidit.
in evtTy sine me uazziinjj rays.
Of bright eyes, met my own:
Hut what were other eyes tome'1
I thought of hers alone.
I waited while the merry guesls.
Assembled, cue by one;
My heart sdiod still, and faintly beat
My pulse at each tone.
13 nt. nou- a thrill, a quick wild throb
My brains grow dizzy, reel !
I kuoir 'tis .she I but source can look,
l'ut still per presence feel !
bagging ll ltlins () how iH,auliful .
One elaiK-e. ami I'm undone;
II we quietly submit to this ex- The wondrous .splendor of those eyes.l
action, what security have we that They bum me like the sun.
heavier burdens will not be im- 5ut ,)h. (1l.;u . oves th;lt warm niv oul
posed by the combination, and our ! Ami scorch hke ti i es within.
people compelled to carrv them! 'onsume me if you will : I'd pray,
Nor is this all. If the jute trust can, ' K"r death, wa re it no sin.
by its arbitrary power, make its Death: It were life, if Mom were near
li tnat irweet heart would m-ieve,
And that thuk eye shed one .-oft tear,
I'd die this summer eve.
I the ten thousand deaths each day,
W hen I am far from thee i
I droop and pine, and curse the hours.
That keep my love away.
Hut now I'll feast my hungry soul 1
My happy eyes shall dwell
n that dear form of queenly mould.
Su perfect in it's swell.
The niitlniiilit '
f her matt bless
by a llower,
, ' . demands upon farmers, unlimited
' IteSt 1 rcsl- ,TW1 An,,P(10irt 1. ntl.n.
uiti ff'l't t cri i r, n lit HUl uiuta IVJ 111 -
binations, seeing our indifference
and inaction, seize upon helpless
ness for further plunder in some
other directions ?
Georgia farmers have wisely de
termined to resist the trust. The
tight for this season may be an
expensive one, but it will put us
in place and in power hereafter, to
control our own business, as it gives
warning, not only to the lute com- One Teamv n,se uh nestle there
binations. but to all other grasping A!-'' ,,,,(-'" ''iS !ai'py hour I
organizations, that farmers will not
tamely submit to unjust demands.
The State Alliance, at its recent
meeting in Atlanta, adopted cotton
bagging and appointed a committee
to secure its manufacture. The
action of the State Alliance has
been ratified by the sub Alliances
all over the State.
farmers are united and deter
mined in their efforts to take care
of themselves, in utilizing their
own paoduct for the manufacture
The use of cotton bagging will
draw from the markets a large
amount of raw cotton, and in that
much, tend to increase the price.
In the event cotton bagging costs
The jrac'T.i! outline of h.-r throat.
In ii'l- like the white, wild uai,
1 b r ruby hps defy t he gh .
Ol trallie skies ,,t morn,
0 velvet cheek, so warm and I'.u: I
11 smoot h and mai I ,le hi , I
1 -raze upon t hy pure! .
A i id v ov a ra ' : a t a 1 1 , o .
That made ine lliuie. Those 1 nd i oils e
That liie my -mil's deep hoe '
; They shine before me evsii now.
Though far from thee I rove.
Hut that sweet night, my heart will k
j 'While time ami tide roll on,
I And how she looked; so fair to me.
I More beautiful than dawn '.
The hand which held the pretty fan,
1 I longed to take in mine ;
It seemed to woo me with it's wave,
i tender ami .-, kind.
Yes, TIs All So.
We apologize for mistakes made
in all former issues, and say they
were inexcusable, as all an editor1
has to do is to hnnt news, and
clean the rollers, and set type, and
sweep the floor, and pen short
items, and told papers, and write
wrappers, and make the paste, and
mail the papers, and talk to
visitors, and disti ibute type, ami
carry water, and saw wood, and
read the proofs, and coirect the
mistakes, and hunt the shears to
write editorials, ami dodge the
bills, and dun the delinquents, ami
take cussings trorn t he hole force,
and tell our subscribers that we
need money. We say that we've
no business to make mistakes
while attending to these lit; le
matters, and getting our living on
gopher-tail soup tlavored with
imagination, and wearing old shoes
and no collar, and a patch on our
pants, obliged to turn a smiling
countenance to tho man w ho tells
us our paper isn't worth $ 1 anyhow,
and that he could make a better
one with his eyes shut.
1 Bayard Taylor's Famous Hook.
1 Views Afoot or Ilnrope Seen with
(Knapsack and Stall', by Hayard
j Taj lor, the most popular book of
travels ever published by an Amen
lean author, of which large editions
I have been sold at 1 .in, is now
j published in a handsome, big type,
! cloth-bound volume of IS pages a:
the remarkably low price of ."
cents, or three copies for 1.10, post
paid. This price is to continue till
duly l.only. It is one of Alden's
Literary Revolution schemes to at
tract attention to Irs larrge cata-
Tlli; FLACIl TO
BUY GOODS LOW,
ROBERTS & BRO.
We l.i ej, constantly in clock
C, r oc ci it s ,
13 not s nnd Fhots.
I ii ; t .i 1 1 1., ac u m i r i rt i w lien in
need of un)tliiog in our line
ROBERTS A DUO.
Kinsfon Book Store,
In 1Io(-1 lull mi'ldinjr.
S-hool hooks and school supplies a
specialty ami at liviDg prices.
Itoypter's candy, the best in town
fruits. eigrH. tobacco and snuff.
Headquarters for fiHtniig taeklf.
crockery, glassware, etc.
A;pnt for the New Paviit Sewing
Ito.pectf u 1 ly ,
JOHff L. HARTSFIELD
K i n h t o n . N ( ' .
HOW 7U OUIAIV TIIICM.
i i : .ei i . , : i .-1
I I - - lO'hbN
!. ;.,- i th.'.
ii i i t In Id I! tie .
-,l ,1 K Oil H
Wnllk,., her llm
,1 O, li ,11 iili t ll Tllftl -
logue of standard b
The nioinent now hatl t onic to
l must who go away.
as much or more than jute, we al
ready uaie a compeusatiou in me Aml lK wilh U1C . dear (lear ,v,
a owance made bv houtnern man- vaneti, , ,i,,ioi- ,nv-'
holce Ot the .Lis ot t his county, n,.tiirr in arlvanen nriifl i . " . '
he certainly s not the choice of-our olTerod. When a sufficient quanti- j ''stin Her h
jieop.c. the people ot trood old tv ot- cotton is baled in cotton j For just one moment 1 Blissful touch.
Carteret, lor-ixycais Mr. ( had- COVeriug, this allowance, and pos-1 Which thrilled my soul like mine,
wick has held t he party lines in . 8ibly m0rc, will be granted bythe ! i know t ,f she knew, or cared
tins eolint . ami nan sncn ,i . i s
mmif to dth ia onier to dnon
tnt4 fci wpnorU7 to the Lw .
5. Y. WocM.
If S3. JOHX A. IxxiA wnl
oar prinriples." Strange, pMing
Uingp, tht tich strength should
tabfoti pot-frdat achool Utt I be com!Klled to tx - iTret. Hat
fanir U.1im in whi-h kaa.w krn- thea "ach life.'' and uch is
Jwy ppar k, or oar : hastling place hantra. Something which
streozth l not known, and Tillloaght to tx? done to relieve the,,,
r , the issues
never b koown ja.t a long a we1 x reBiuent iron mis oaraensome
... 1 , i . . -... - nv 4 ton , l iuo uiuuo I i m laou
are cuuii.ru u, ssv.c. , , . ,,,,,,,,.,,.,, hut
horde of oflic 8kera in such a its power lor good is damaged by
l - , . Ar u , I
mj iut uour luciu muiu wiur tne rnviiL'cs of the tree trade mania
whnh is preying upon its vitals.
appointed as he saw tit and proper,
and ot' course we could expect noth
ing belter than such a set of resolu
tions. The. Mr. Hell that they say
otTered tho.-e resolutions, I am sat
isfied never wrote them, , not that
he could not, but J am satisfied,
that I can see the eats paw that
not if turned the chesnuts. I don't be
lieve all the Magistrates were in
favor ot it: 1 think they merely
past-ed it by, feeling that they had
nothing to do with it. that it was
une not in their line of dnt v and so had
tained in an hour when he most
io.eile.1 nnr services tn listen fo onr
I'1'1-"1-"11'''1 m ' solemn appeal, to rid us of a man
ns nefarious nothing to say. They say
cation is the peal to the Governor icli)
hi -ofVir. l bnttonholed Iit thi .M an u I act u rcr . Kecon
never-ending stream of hungry. issue of that p iper is
here is not a perversion ot KO obnoxious to our jnojilc e.
tiefoic the eountrv. It Now I wish they bad explained that,
ia admitted that the Kecord for I can't see how Mr. Hryanhas
made himsclt so obnoxious to "our
lag la to bw taaght aa one of the
nataral law. The volcaDO, the
cTclone and the earthquake. kep
oar f prctieai lnjtmrtion will Lite i r secrets until the appointed
ladOiia coostiaf and th art of j hoar, and then demolition procliimi
nUrtaiaiagaiid nakiog boca at
tratir. MM Norti Caroliaa, of all
i(M, eoadiUooa aad cihng,
to tt that toforw aaoher w voter
l Soldwra Home ia t-Qrrly
ttraadfrd, aod wall oo. the way to oraiuy. me I'ruew
. t k .v.. ..,...' apoat'.ea of Protection will b
Bada rwdy for the cr and ac
LUSB aouMiOB ot every irwj rn i
raA at th AtMte. Wilmtartoo i P1
Aa th noon , being nearer to a,
aMafl Larger thaa Japi'.er, so the
proimitj of the Johnj'.own d..
aater naliaa it appear greater than
aaor dxraal CAaaaJtie far away
T orertlow of the Hong flo river
la Chin ia 153 7 drowned nearly a
Billion of people and drove many
of the aoxTirors to caaoibil.ia -X.
PlBHAPsi tie cheekie: pol.tica.
incident of the earreot year ; the
cry of cert; a Democratic politi
eiaaa who hid theaielve '.a a
Protection knothole daring the lut
Tbare i no need of ;ol;tical
secrecy in North Carolina. Here
erery man is safe tn the declaration
of his principles pro ided they
are eocaisrent with hone'sty and
comed" to the arena cf tie bat in the
indif nt-e of the peo-
tc". . he men who tram wjth
Democrats that they may ltray
the Mate, aqiI secretly plot to de
spoil '.ho commonwealth, w.d he
hanic as spies or shot as traitors.
Cotne out trora vour t'.en, antl
whether you b lion or a cur. the
people of N'or.h ( 'arobca w ill treat
yoa acifrd.ng to jour merit.
T II K BERLI lO FEB K ft.
ri.e orld, of .lane 1st. has a
artooa of Pla.ne and Ibsmarck. in
which the American towers above
tae liermin, and antler it : writ
Iten. "Can it L-e that our Premier
ha captarned sword, helmet and
1 toot, at IVerbn '"
to feek oflic. Hnt after all the
moat lamentable featnreof this oftice
banting and office grabbing life is
the fearlul poverty of it. You can
have no idea of the eitent of it
the aadnes of It the actual forlorn
detitation and hanger that are
coapled with it. These men come
to NYasbingtoB 1Q great nnmbeis.
Some p'ojle are afraid to advertise
in the Kecord because ol its per
distent misrepresentation of the
tariff, and its perpetual denuncia
tion of Democrats as tree traders.
All intelligent and honest minded
1 can't help thinking that many of people know that its declarations,
them have better living chancee at in thi8 regard are false, and the
home than they could possibly find1. ,f,i. , , i
d J , law maxim, -false m part, talse in
m u , u u, c i cu it c i Ol J uur
makes tbem rc tove .ill of it:
h niinv grains o
y u dis
who tried shonld get something
They eem to think that if they i statements wi
can only get to NVaahington and allowance.
see the President, somehow they ' It has well bt . n said
will gnoceed. They get out of' , , ,, ....
, J . , , tingmshetl publicist that
oflicee they don't get what they a Principle made a national issue
come for, and if they do the chances it must be so discussed and cleared
are that some fellow equally poor from doubt and evasion that a ma-
. J L I I II V . . 1
aiiu ueipie win ij lumen upon ontv of th
the street withont a friend or cop , " ,
wr to heln himself with to make a ow w
Hace. 1 1 is a sad pha.v of Wash- for "r agaiust that principle. The
mgton life the worst of it. NN hy, history of the eountrv hows as
such is their destitution that we clearl v as sunM.me hat t he Deino-
Presidential canvass, ask.ng the NN have never underrated the
millions who are oat of the knot intellectual faculties, nor the diplo
Woie to roaia ia thare and ,-ge '. to ' mat :c sk : 1 1 of M r. Rla; n e and, in a
gwCher." How can the masses j late article we gave him credit, not
"jet together" in a place where; only for ability, bat for honesty and
have even to send them to the
soldiers' asylum to be taken in and
fed until they cau do something or
get something done, and so do
these ofllce-hunting and ofJice
seeking people become paupers."
General Schofleld has not over
drawn the picture. If it is at fault
at all, it is i a the failure to present writes
it in all its horrid deformity .
Political life is attractive ami
oftice holding is honorable, bnt let
no young man so wed himself to
politics tha; he cannot throw off its
chains and assert his manhood.
It is the dntv of everr citizen to
cratie party is not the party of free
trade, livery platform it has pro
mulgated and every candidate
it has nominated has declared
for a tariff hr revenue, and
whenever a paper for any
cause, as.-erts to the contrary it
itselt dow n a fraud and a
cheat unworthy of respect and
recognition among gentlemen
people," to whom he lias granted
every wish, except perhaps that of
a free pass or two. Now Mr. Chad
wick is a director of the A. Ox.' N. C.
li. Ii , and if the management of the
Koad has been obnoxious to "'our
people," he certainly has his t.hare
of the stigma to bear. A director
has a voice in the management of
the Road. They meet once a month
and the President simply has to
carry out their wishes. Then if
Mr. Pry an has made himselt so ob
noxious tt) '-our people'' that he
must be turned out, why not Chad
wick alsoT I am sure that Mr.
Pry an did as much to elect the
gallant Ionic Gov. of N. C. as ever
did W. S. Chadwick. Ksij. 1 do
not know about all the Justices of
the Pe. ice sustaining Gov . I'owle in
his hour of need, but I do know
that no Magistrate in my section
raised ins voice to sustain any one
except A. II. Chadwick for the
each party Legislature, to which Mr. NV. S.
their votes Chadw a k and I was with him
-everal times during the campaign
added the name ol T G Skinner for
the Congress. Those were the on
ly candidates in the tiel.l, or before
the people, during last campaign
so far as I learned, from the chair
man of our Px-Comm. NN. S.
Chadwick 1 Is j . and I only heard
him mention Skinner thred days
before the election. 1 write this
because 1 know --our people" are
dissatisfied with t hose resolutions,
and beg leave to say that they are
not their sentiments.
Y ours truly,
A. i:.'()t,;.Ksin .
tile re ia no rom for them Phila.
A DlsraTi'II from l-ndon ot the ,
&a says "Mtasiooary letters to j
the Aoti-Slavery Society say that I
the Mahdists have mide NS ester n
Abyawtoia adeaert. s hole ticks'
aad herds bave been destroy.!,
thousands of Christians have been 1
eoil into slavery, taoasaads of I
Others have be-en :a?chred and
knadreds of the cobles: inhabitants :
aa-e beea taken to Mecc i -daves
la Ttolatioa of treaties.
A Co 5 S K B V A r t y. ca.'co.at; o n o f
the aoiooaC of property destroyed
bj the :bl moan's up to from
ftiO,tM),isN) to f;.' iMi.i'im,
(lading .V,0M),O) :a the Cone
aaangh valley, foils), ot to the
FeoasT It .ia : a luaiber interest.
$S,00, oO to the ra.lroads, ? 1 - o.
OMO to thet hesapeake and Ohio
eaaal, and the remainder d s
trtbateti between the ( "hemung
vaiJey of New York actl t enrral
Virginia Philadeiia Kecord.
A aTRiKi.wii feature of the
proerraea of the new Soath came to
pluck ;u carrying out the policy of
the Cleveland administration in
regard to Samoa. We are not sur
prised that Republican newspapers
are claming a great victory . The
Tribune has opened the trampet
tp of its orjan in celebration of
the great diplomat., triumph of the
Harrison administration. It says .
NS ith tne advent of the Repub
..can administration the nation wit
nesces the triumph o: j s-lt
respecting and ronolute American
tliplomat'y worthy of a progress; v.-.
pac: tic, and at the same t : nw. in
tensilv d, a, cation d s xt v
In the language id the Nurl-l,
' There is no desire ;n any j ;arter
t h a '. 'ear'" aware o ' . to !!.;;
School ( loslnir.
I'd II.UtlMl I.AKK. '.( '.
May list, lv:i.
This day maiks the close ol our
mo.it excellent little school at this
sLuuy iae ncieuce oi gov em mem , i plai.ti t an t,h t t,y M is M am le Kin
and it is an absolute necessity that : sey, one ol the fairest of dones
every man prepare himselt to make county 's many lair d.uighters,
an honorable living independent ot Notwithstanding the extreme m
0gj clemency ot the weather, cjulte a
number of the patrons and lriends
Many ot us remember how de- 6f the school were present and par
plorable was tne condition of the ticipated in the enjoyment of the
brave men who resigned ofliee in afternoon declamations w hich were
the Federal army, to espouse the '"Rhly interesting.
,- , , , The girls and bovs all re itel
cause ot the Soutn, when the war tKQir. ', ,,
their --pieces nim: admirably.
was over. They were trained in Their excellent and general be
nothing but the duties of a soldier haviour on this occasion and their
and when peace came, "Othello's general good deportment during the
T arm -iti,) tlia m , r I- ,. Kl
oc unation was krone." The oro- . "c rm.n r,iui. i.ipiu
. ae i-n .t-- ,. tne A
m . s ;one rs at P -r 1 : n
d.scharged ' ..e .- ....
S-3C--S.fuli V .
The oppos.tion '.o
v;ew had Iweu en'.
Ion g be fore he SI r
a.er.can ( om
- k b 1 v and
P 1 a . n e t o k
ho.d of tae matter,
alreadv rer nd.ated
pol.cv the German Apia and
assured Secretary Pay aril that a
light ia Boetoo last week when the satisfactory settlement coaJd readi-
Wl of a Georgia iron Arm for an
iron coa tract la that city was
fcoasi to be lower thaa that of any
ol its competitor. The ad von
tagra of tae Georgia concern i i
aappoaetl to be due to low freight
rates bj water. Ia aaj ease it u
woalrfai eaaage ia tha eoadition
ly be arrived at. The tierman
Consul had been call ed Dome under
censure. The mam proposition of
oar Government had been conceded
nrncrroa wldefi rli.- li ill r,-,
regional rol,ticiaii rs in no better ln thelr lk we!1 fnI
condition, for the station vhich he them indeed and is conclusive evi-
leans may break at any moment dence ot the decided skill and pro-
and wound him unto death. fieiency of their teacher. We were
NN e repeat, office is honorable, l.aite favorably impressed w,th .Miss
ii utr; uii-iiiuti ui leacniug WHICH
seems simple and at the same time
ns'very forcible and interesting.
Miss Mary Poggs hav ing received
the highest number cf "head marks"
daring the term, was awarded a
very nice present by her kind
tea, her, whom they nil so much
Miss Kinsey anticipates return
ing to her home m a tew davs, and
en t ire com m u n i f v wlieii I vi,
inere-are towns in iorin iaro- WU take with h
lina much nearer like San Francisco turn and
than they are like Ixs Angeles.
lliirrah for Simmons,
NKYVPi 'RT, N. C.
11 Mitd: ,J t i k.n.u.; The resolu
tions passed by the Poard of Mag
istrates ol Carteret county in their
annual meeting on the titst Mon
day in June in the town of Peaufort,
copied in your last weeks issue, one
might think the county was a unit
lor Mr. V. S. Chadwick, ot Peau
fort, for President of the A. vi N,
C. P. li.. and that Mr. Pryan nor
Mr. Simmons had not any
followers in the county what
ever. NVe are not willing to admit
that the county is a unit for .Mr.
Chadwick because both Mr. Pryan
and Mr. Simmons have got a large
number of tollowers. Those reso
lutions sav that the Poard was
iiuanimoiistor Mr. Chadwick, etc.
t ask. was there a fnll board
but let every man wear the robvs
I efhoe. a a wise man wears his
cloak, ready to te thrown off. or
drawn i i,.-r. as occasion mav re
Ia -s A.NdEi.K.s is spending $bO".
ooo for a new sewer system. San
Pismarct hatl Francisco spends an occasional ar-
' e aijuremiva dele in the newspaper on the same r " . . ,, , . '
' im.cjioi t t- i sneak the rea siti timenr of f
sntoect. .san r rancisco hiannner. , . .
u-r t ne
v't, ad m ;ra
'est w ishes ot us
of magistrates present . Were the
magistrates from NN'Inte Oak pres
ent ' NVere the magis
trates from Newport and
other townships of the county in
session! I answer no, and suppose
they had all been there would they
have expressed tiff general senti
ments of the county? I say no:
the resolutions have a tendency to
mi.-Iead. NN'here are the 1 lowlands,
the Thomas, s. Perkins, Manns.
Pells, Garners. Sanders. 1 1 um- ' ,m i n si, if. and spa. Tt ir. substanti
phi eys, men of character, iutluence j ates de propagandy, den I was
and property T NN e say thcresolu-1 werry much oblidged. If de inves
tions have a tendency to mislead the tigashum opionates de sublimity,
powers that Ir, and that power j ii.u y know you was fooling de
should know better. There is ole man, an' de first time I hev a
about one hundred and sixty or i0;l(i 0f ole cans an' bottles to draw
seventy live voters at this point, and ; 0ly x 1 1 dump it in yo' alley, suahl"
its surroundings, and in my opin- ,
ion there is not -" of its Dumber Tlie I slvenal Verdict of the People
Another benefit is. the use of
cotton bagging will be the en
couragement of home enterprise.
This will give emplopment to onr
own people in the handling of our
own products, and keep at home
an enormous amount of money that
goes annually to the improvement
and wealth of other sections.
Prompted by these considera
tions, and acting under instruc
tions from the State Alliance, the
committee on bagging has made
satisfactory arrangements with
manufacturers to secure cotton
bagging for the farmers of this
It the Alliance thoughout the
State will meet at once, and make
up theij orders and send either to
S. Odenhiemer, Lane Mills, 2ew
Orleans, or L. Lanier, West Point,
Ga., with satisfactory reference as
to commercial standiDg,their orders
will be honored and the bagging
delivered. If Alliances cannot
make negotiable paper, or give
bank relerence, the next best coarse
is to order through some merchant
of good commercial standing. If
these orders are not given at once,
the mills will not be able to fill
them. It is highly important,
therefore, that action be taken
without delay. Every order should
be in at the earliest day possible,
so that the mills, knowing the
amount of work to be done, can
adjust their business without nn
necessary loss. The bagging this
season will be nepesaarily expen
sive, as tne mills are not prepared
with proper looms. For the next
season, manufacturers are willing
now to guarantee that it shall not
cost more than nine cents, if far
mers determine permanently to
adopt it. ror this season the com
mittee contracted for bagging to
be uot less than thirty-seven inches
wide, to weigh twelve ounces to the
pound, at twelve and a half cents
per yard. To reduce somewhat,
the expense of cotton bagging, and
to aid us in utilizing our own pro
duct, the manufacturers of the
Southern States agree to pay ten
cents per hundred pounds more
for cotton packed in potton bag
ging than cotton packed in jute.
Very much of our success in fight
inn hurtfut combinations depends
upon our united efforts in this our
first attack. If we divide and are
slaughtered, it will be an invitation
toother cormorants to devour our
hard-earned substance. Pnited
action will defeat the trust: in
difference to the efforts ol the com
mittee will leave the farmers at the
merciless power of a combination
that will not hesitate at the ex
travagant profits they may secure.
NV. J. orthen, in Southern
A well-known citizen who is a
wag in his way, was standing on
the east portico of the City Hall the
other day when a colored man came
up and inquired:
'Boss, kin you dun tole me if dis
ar' de place whar' dey pay taxes?"
;T can. This is the place where
they used to pay taxes, but you
won't have to pay any this year."
"IIu! Cost me fo' dollars last
"i'es, but you neednt pay any
Owing to the subserviency of
the syndicate, the city has decided
to emulate the consanguinity of the
reflection and remit the taxes of all
The colored brother scratched
his head and scraped his foot for a
moment and then said:
Ross, it may be all right, but I'll
That 'twas my hand on hers.
I j ot knew, and that is the joy,
hit h day and nightfl nurse.
Farewell sweet face! Far o'er the crowd
I watch the last bright gleam,
f splendid eyes; they'll come nain,
To haunt each happy dream.
Crops lcok very promising con
sidering the rainy weather.
Whortleberries are plentiful in
our village and going at five cents
A much respected and useful
colored woman, Margaret Sylvester,
died on the oth inst., aged about
Mr. Owen Cowell, the noted bear
hunter, went bear hunting some
time ago and captured two yonng
bears; they are very playful and
are thriving well.
Mr. Henry Petteway has the
finest Irish potatoes we have Been;
he also has two fine mules and a
road cart, and we have an idea he
is going courting.
What is the matter with the rail
road ! We expected to send off onr
produce on it this fall, but it seems
that our expectations will not be
realized, as we see nor hear no talk
of it now.
Mr. E. M. Koonce's school closed
last Friday, the 31 of May. Had
declamations at night; a very
large crowd was present in spite of
the rain which fell in perfect tor
rents. Among the best pieces re
cited were " Kizpah," by Miss Lizzie
Barber. "The lips that touch liquor
shall never touch Mine," by Miss
Swananoa Markette, "Sparticns to
the Gladiators,' by Master Kem
ster Basden, "The Polish Boy," by
Miss Sarah Hill. The monitor, J.
B. Petteway was kept busy present
ing bouquets. The pupils all did
honor to the occasion, and showed
well training by their pedagogue,
whom thev all love and respect.
The following sentence, said to
be taken verbatim from a law
recently passed by the Nebraska
legislature, has a very strange and
alarming sound. Perhaps a pre
position has dropped out of the last
'Tt shall be unlawful for any
person to fire off or discharge any
pistol, revolver, ehot-gnn, rifle or
any firearms whatsoever on any
public road or highway in any
county of the State ot Nebraska,
or within sixty yards of such public
road or highway, except to destroy
some wild, ferocious and dangerous
beast, or an omcer in the discharge
of his duty, 7
A Dl'TV TO VOURSELF.
It is burnrisiDS that people will use a
common ordinary pill vvLen they can te
cure a valnable English one for the same
money. Dr. Acker's English pills are a
positive cure tor sici-neadaehe and all liver
troubles. Iney are small, sweet, easily
taken and do not gripe, cold by K. iseiry,
Ntw Berne, . C.
to sell a million copies. No traveler
ever saw more than Taylor, or told
his adventures in rnoie vivid lan
guage. His pen pictui es are
charming, his bonk nn American
classic. Aside from its literary
merit, this story of the plucky lad
who was determined to see llurope
with or wit-lout means, serv es as an
inspiration to all young men to rise
above their surroundings and make
a like success of life. You may
order the book direct, or through
any bockseller or newsdealer. John
B. Alden, publisher, New York,
'hicago, or Atlanta.
Some one has written a book en
titled "Who Shall my Sun He?''
It the son is anything like the
father, let him be anything but a
This is a very practical age. The
venerable motto, "Trust m God
and keep your powder dry," has
been translated t Ims by an old Iowa
farmer: "Boys, don't touch these
melons, for they are green and (lod
Brown Eli Perkins is a fearfi.1
liar. Everything he say s is false.
Robinson That's nothing. I knew
a New York editor who is snch a
liar that every thing he is going to
say is a lie.
He "Can't I have just cue kiss
before I go ? Only one." She
"And if I let you have one you will
take two, won't you f He "No,
I won't; indeed I won't.'' She
"Then you shan't have anv."
The office should seek the man
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'. in nn:N. N. t ., May li.rlh, lm.
S.a.un ISk'.l IIu.. 11 d Trip Tltktlt.
S wctal 11 ties ot Kret. I't.nnd Tr I p Ticket,
i frt.ni KtHtii'iiR ti!n-tl tii-lnw to Mor.-heftd
j City. r-i-iiHon of I'-hii. In .'fleet June 1st..
but it should inspect him thoroughly (;oiUhi,ro MoreL ti it v sum rw
before takintr bim- Lajr..K. ..mi n t,, tu
K Inflton ' tw, 1' in.
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TnE most brilliant rosea bloom
among the sharpest thorns.
i GOOD manncinrnt is bet ter than
1 Life is most wearisouie wht n it
il worst spent.
A CHILD KII.I.KI).
Another chiltl Uilled 1 .v tin- u-p , f
opiates given ia the r'urin Snothin
Syrup. Vhy moth hth rivi- tht-ir tliildrrii
Bach deadly poison is snrpriMin' when
)hey can relieve tho child ol it-t (ncul:a
troubles by using Ackers Hnlv S'),'tlier
It contains no Opium or.l. jihii," s K!
by R. Berry, New Ueriie, N '
Bayely I want a little advice :
My friends tell me to adopt litera
ture as a means of livelihood.
What is the most necessary thing
to do first? Editor" (let some
body to give you a good, big bank
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Opened January 28, 1889.
lie is res-
Wiggins I see yon advertise
that your patent medicine is good
for female complaints.
Sig 3Iedicine Alan es, ur:
there's nothing like it.
Wiggins i have been thinking
of getting some for my wile.
Medicine Man What is her
Wiggins Well, her chief one is
that mv salary is too small.
HAPPI ESS AND COSTKXT.HENT
C annot go hand in hand if we look on the
dark Bide of every little obstacle. Nothing
will so darken lite and make it a burden
as Dv.vpepsia. Ackker's Dyspepsia Tablets
will cure the worst form of Dyspepsia,
Constipation and Indigestion, and make
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and oo cents bv H. lieirv, New Berne,
Vala.bl. Ham.Jr. I hue been t rou b led w i t.i catarrh
A Uttvar from 8. P. Wsrdwtll, tloaton, from boyhood . and considered my cane
uji "I mod Clrk'g Extract of Klai chronic until about three years ao I
Papillon) Catarrh Cure in Jun lxt for procured Klv's (.'ream Halm and I
and the completion of the baaineea "T '' with irt aatufavction, and count myself ound today, all from the t,e Wild (ioose
wnnM .11. r wllhivil irnl.ln ihl. in. w.rm.r.f f. 1 1 . tTlltiOU-S before
- I v .... -, - -- ' uliUL,t'HQ, i t.
: ander the new min istration wu
little more than the carrying out
of detiU on prearranged line.
( lblt nAbUm Gorf1a to , Ton n the plain truth of the mat-
applj yiamtmehitMttM wUh chep I tr, aa4 the effort to twiat it into a k7
frtm. W m hia ftoa Poet.
tlammation of th noU-ili and thrxt. Mr. P. M. Barber hat, u,.,d I it h ''Htly grown
lu aoolhiox and hoalinf prop rues Cream Halm for catarrh in h is family Simmons will
wen marked tsJ immediate. Large and rrrimend it very highly. A lady A. v N. C K
hoi tie 81 00. Clarke'. Klax c a, . - r rericg the sense of smell. A
tk latret and beet. Try it. - . nu T v.mack lawyer, known to many
at F. S. Duff v - jtf of rtadsn. aaa Via - I i ii i . i,.... .". i :.: 1
. ki... . i i . ., ki i i , 1 J " " " tji ! newiiuin u i ii B euro uniuus uuu uci
fret aWTenient Ol republican , ore. Jer. . i.-PitHton, Ha , Gatette. vous ills.
Chadw ick men for President of the Who have used Clarke's Extract of Flax
A. vV N. ('. It K but man v for (Papillon) Skin Cure award it the first
llrvan or Simmons. ' Well ma v von and bxghwi place as a remedial agent in
' , , i ' i c a cases of Skin Dneanen. Erysipelas,
complain ot the siKnitncant honk ot Kn7Bma. pimoleg. unaiehtlv blotchee,
to carry ndminis- ; humiliating eruptions, Boils, Carbun-
tratious before her go.-lings are cless. Tetter, etc., all yield to this won
Tim Hon. M. darful nreDaration at once, rrice i.uv
... . . . i . li T i . . IT '.. T,,
bo President of the for a large dom e a r . o. Uuu, .mu8
is ii r a T. Pknnis.
For a disordered liver try Beecham's
Store. Clarke s Ilax 8oap is gooa ior
the Skin. Try it. Price 25 cents.
Many an object in life must be
attained by flank movements; it is
the zigzag road that leads to the
Bocklta'i Arnica SalY.
Thx Best Salvk in the world for
Outs. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin
Eruptions, and positively' oures piles
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to
give perfect satisfaction, or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale by R. N. Duffy. jan 17
The patronage of, the pit
Terms for yourig ladit-s not ncu'd-
ing $70.00 per session of livo months.
including Vocal and Instrumental
Music, full course in Hook-keeping
and Commercial Law, and Penman
ship. Many pupil i;et through fur $r0 . 00.
Full corps of competent t .-n-herH.
For further information ad ..' r. :
W. R. SKINNER.
Poilokaville. N. C.
! I t .ro
I . I )ii in
I ' li'l'JO.NH 'J( A OK VIN.
1 -1 Al'-'HIs will In ii rut rlev 1ut f r .iu
I h'-ne r:t ii s w! t tion t proper ) untrue! ioiik.
( Iilltlren undi-r Iiv jearR of fic
-li i lUre n of f1v n i tl under iwclvf yt-tri of
hiff. one liRlf ft.' llliin v. Hint-A rmlfM.
( -K Tickets Miimi bt limit1! to twnly four
hours b3iM h nedule lime In H h dtn -t
4 h . Audi's wir Ht l at Hie rou 1 1 aria i.f
tlrkeiH n r" jn op.- r) 1 . our uml nig n 1 .
a ii (1 not l (y pu r-tia hi-th t tint l riinl 1 1 Uii
iiiunt t fully rornpliecl with
;"th. Ru Ii k no t-rn inir I he rhrk 1 njf of bug
K.'iH1' "ii ip(,Mi.:r on- w i . ! I f U. t m w 1 1 1 u ppl y
for Im-: nn eh' i I Lke In roM at Hi i
w:i;,,i r ii : --h
M 1. KIl.li, f). 1. A
Atlantic &. N. C. Railroad Co.
( i rifK Sn-r. Thansimutation.
Ni-. 1!khn. N. C, April fi, lHfi)
Notice to tho Truck Planters
Eetwoen Riverdale and
There will he the following truion
leaving Kl V KKDALK, for the accom
modation of Truck ahipmentit, and to
connert daily with special fant truck
irainH from New Home, via All Itml
Route. Only U2 hours to New York,
Mi th t; 1 r Bin. A f li ru n 1 m I n
L've Riverdale U CO a m. and 2 p ni.
" Tnurman 9 20 " " 2 20 "
" Forbes 9 40 " " 2 40 "
" Simmon! 10 00 " " .1.00 "
Cray 'b 10.10 " y 20 "
" JamesCity 10.130 " " 8 40 "
Ar've Newbern 10 40 " " 3.50 "
Note Important Until otherwlHe or
dered, the yard limits of New It. -run
station will Pit' rid from Riverdale to
Clark.-l. A I ! t l :i l r i v . 1 ! ii ; j ,r i laeli I him n
stations cnuli nn ly . ni.d under perfect
The afternoon rain will not run on
S,i t u rd ay i.
.V I. 1 1 1 1 ,L. Su icrintendent.
VAN WINKLE GIN MACHINERY CO.,
COTTON GINS, PRESSES,
The Van Winkle Cotton Gin Machinery
Runs L !. M.iUob Rr! T urn-Out.
C f-.m Si G : S.in i r. F !.
nr-lf.l r-wir 1 Mr.lnl- nl lh- I x i
tn!.- I'nfr h.r r ), Hint 4.tniillit M --iiitirr.
.")') Icdnl nt litlrrnmidiiiil
oti I 1 1 ( i Ion ni Atlanta an1
liM-l.-o.n - -'Imi I'rl.- m
I nrl-.r... . I nlr.
Van Winkle Gin and Machinery Co.,
ATI.ANT A, . ,
EXCLUS. MANUFACTURERS OF
Proprietor Which ia the new
City Editor The fellow who is
always putting his pencil in his
Trado Mark KojtlDti'riHlJMar, h "
lalcr, ltls imI I'rosl 1
nol n!I l ll.
Prevents Bricks Turning White.
it.'-: ;s iH S:ilU and Sur
Iix i's ( lean.
Waterproofs Brick and Stone.
Vi alls itiudc
You C .'. r
3. E. Co-