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INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS.
NEW BERNE, CRAVEN COUNTY, N. C, NO EMBEIl
. Xiture should t
assisted in the
"srrlnff to throw off
U nearlness of
the slu irish winter
clrcuUuioo of the
uors ii so well, so
I EDITURIAL XOTES.
I Exit Tarnell aai Mr. O'Sbea.
The carta:n falU.
Ax uTiing of 1(h1mii
I SPRING Vio safely
, . f ;r
.-as Swift s Specific
Ik9QMBd& ft8 for a number ot
. od conaider it tho best tonic and
wood remecjj that I ever uai. la fact
I woo!d aofc- attempt to enter upon a
jwln lumpier-r this c-ftmste with
f , 0f Coleman, Ferguson A Co.,
V ' Xlade Cltv, Fla.
Om back ArJool and St in Disease
Twai4 fne.'T J-
- - SwirrSrtrTnc Oo.. Atlanta. G a.
i'ti .;:eh at Greens
Hfd. u 1 1 1 1 h . ll) c-1 3" endowed
. .'. -
Mihrfiftil ill 1
I rT-mrrc: OOCTS.
TE (EST. At
easiest to ustv
" THOrrrettible Polioy iwued by
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
- fJfaJciaUi aac Cmpry
. laolaM Ml tb Jiceral -fetmrM of Ua
Cooipaart'ivh tb addttioa of a puar
. mmtrtil. Otfh Surrender vuhte, which
- tkiit-W fmLi at aoy lint aftr twoycara
ptp(aviuokTr ba paid. U demanded
Crf Polie? ha endorsed npoa it a
. tabM nuwioii la- plaia Bnarc taa op
" UOMaaaAtrd bv tb eompaaj.
1st cjptio Cab sarreadar valtw.
Jd oaJort.Anoont that nay be bor
rowed (mo tb company oo tie pol-
Uoptiao. EzUndd ioaoranc for fall
amount of tha policy.
'4tkptio. Paid op policy ralae.
TWata tho moat libt ral policy yet of
fared and m the aafeat iosuranc to br
Every dollar paid gets a dollar'i
9rthj of IaauraDc.
Ko lorn by lapeea.
- Healthy parroca between fourteen
eed eaTeoty iavord.
JOE K. V.'iLLIS,
f Nor Hi
I Dakota is fea; ed.
J McKinlky's b.tk .'eels a if l.e
I bad stepped on a ft;tr spnug'ed
( THE ncmbr of enlea in Siberia
j this year (ap to Uciulur 1 ) ainotints
to 16,000 soals.
A year ago there were but fifty
people in Middlesborongb, Ky. To
day there are nearly 7000.
Mount .Y.tna, in Sicily, is
throwing ont showers of ash. s, and
peasant are tieeiog in terror of the
Kig nTKEN bat manufactories of
D.n!)urf. ti.n.. b.iv -shut down,
and two thousand girl have beu
thrown out of employ menr.
THEHE are paid to be 1,500 for
eign doctors in Berlin who .are
there to iu vestigrtte the new
remeidv which Dr. Kch bao
Ciaccs and theatre going peo
ple will regret to learn that P. T.
Birnnm is believed to be on his
death b-d and that this will be
Edwin Booth's la9t year upon the
Fob two successive Sunday
nights tb express car on the Geor
Koad, between Angnsta and
Atlanta, has beu entered by rob-
be: the messenger claims to have Sii t,
ahot the robber in the last exploit,
il :. . .
t ie ma! ter.
Tuk Atlanta (Constitution is
opposing the election of Gov. Gor
don to the Senate because in the
Senatorial race between Colquitt
and Grady Governor Gordon snp-!
ported Senator Colquitt. A poor
reason and one tbt will not
The first tourist hotel to be
erected in Alaska willbebaikat
Glacier Ray by a syndicate of
Taconia capitalists, who believe
that Alaska is the future great J hat . eXtrBOr(iDftry body maktng it
summer resort for Americans, and , a CTlmlatll vffc.U8e for a newspaper
chat Glacier Bay is the most tQ eT-n 1UMMU kte arjythiDg aga,n8t
attractive place up that way that . , harjC,er whether it is
plete novel this month is Julia
I)K Thecceue, is one ol the best
H. Lacy, of Mebane, i that has appeared. Thronghont,
i . -t-i (! a call to the
gotten or disregarded, and 'the
KansasdelegationTwill be an epithet
of reproach and a -ign post to warn
toolish people of other States
against a similar catastrophe. Uii-
tnrtnnatA Wanaon thaf I h A nnliti.
the hteratare of the Magazine is cal metho(i9 of the South the
pure, while the editorial articles boycott, the ecret signs, the pass
are uoQsaally strong. It is to these ' words, and grips and political
last that our attention baa been ! catchwords, can prevail against
sneoiallv directed and we wish now Principles and parties. Unfortunate
specially directed, and we wisn now . for ag wfaen a pacfc of gj.,,
to refer to the leading editorial on, I rate conspirators can induce onr
"The United States Senate aDd the I farmers to send to Washington
House of Lords." pigmies in place of men who have
t.lMlouiAL NOTES. ' BELt'OKD'S MAUAZINP. (calamity will be a reproach to the
The November number of Bel-i State and a cause of public disap-
The iviinus enumerator in Went- f d, :g before us. Like preceding I pointment and humiliation. The
wor n 'owuhin. Rockineham conn ' . . :. ....; :. ! interests of their State will be lor
' " uumoers it junuuen ita ,ale,c uu
ty, N. 13. . reports having fonnd a , increa8ing patroiage. The com-
woaiiiii, naif hdu nearty, ai iui
year?, of ge.
wb i i
bore, i' .- '.i
coll. ii- 'ti country is Columbia,
wun LIti.imI second. Tbti en
dowi.,.ns .wh 89.000.000 and
W.&jJ wo i. .pecnvflv. It is no new thiogfor the United reflected honor and glory oroQ the
Q a . v. ii a lltu I State ! Unfortunate people, who
The Pi.iidelbia Press says the I States Senate to be called "The , Qave beeQ cajo,ed jnt0 exhi'bItion
trou-)lt- n .11 siiert us caused by Ameriean House of Loids." Not offollv too serious and too con
victory, long ago Senator Ingalls, of Kan hpicuous not to bear bitter fruit for rin V? ,u " "'
nonest ; preaiueui piu lcui. in luc ."-"j j-." . cent, to tecoi-d borr. ; 15
iu uisgrace. ai lani a oouiuern third horgo. Not itt
invasion nas accompusnea us pur- tjr, to tosturt
1 ) n-i atic
.. crue: when
nut in operation, Senate, felt himself called upon to de
ritoiiiUMMK of ;t.( i:s
Fourth Ani.ual l air of the i:a; (
Una 11-h, Oi!er, (iaino ;iuil
TRIALS OF SPEF.D.
I V. P. liURHl-s D:rtci..f
TctSDAY, Fcbiuar Jl.i , V 'j!
No 1. 13ack pony Hauijioy kij.
;oo p m milfc, t-ta -i
S20 00. 50 per cent, to liret fiuiee.
per oent. to uecond hurfe; ,C; per cna
to third horee Not leBo iLu,u u,rcc i,
enter, two to ,a '.
Three S,., :ule Cut
No. 2 Trolling iu i,ari;ts,-'.
Mile heats. 3 in 5. pur-e "?') L'1
cent, to first ' orse: 'i't (,' i cu .
ond horst-; 15 per ct-ci. ;o i
Not le tnn itirce 1l i-uw
Wednesday l-Vc. :2U,i
No. 3 RunDiriii i-hu-
'V i r
N o v .
i Hli..t il nr. :Li
' -ir it: i r mrij.'. N.v. 2 i,
I! D-. Ii-!;-. i IP I.: lif;,;,.
i'-i sii; A 1 1, .111:;! ic 1 'ri ri
i i..- ; :i-l ..,r:il : t ,i:
;i iii.it ho j ii i v ;ic
! li.. i 'ir t 1 'ri-BO ter i:m
r i u ,i tj . I i .i . ;i bro tder
'I't .or in ti i l it-s In iv inch
' l'-r tin- ad vaucemtnt
. Kit K'l or.; : tin nforo,
UJiJU. 1 M. A 1 UK
1' A M.l,l.ii.
ia . Nov. 1
- U CC. L'. I J "H.
S.'ii .1 if. '1 no ;-i
p .i t- ,1 iv ... .1 (
Li or Jon will
the 1'. SS
mn ii ,ij in hoi li .
Mt! htllinj i ( idfi
I a I r.on n li J K
mil,-.,! 'J. S J
hotio HI ilins h
11 :. Ni.r
1 1 ;m i, ; .
''. Nor wo. . i
, II am m ond
: 1 ' ,1 .--' .t a
. ; ii.. S. r:
i i. 1 7. I,t
I -IS. Cal
U'. t.. ,
! o nc-
I . . . :
I - u I .
I : 111; !
-J. ':;..! .1
V i c:'.r.
n ar.ui": -iiit: in hi
Willi fi-elionof pro-
h oir ! f
the i i-i-ii
tnieves Hre txmuu to squeai. iwiu wj n.v,u i'-; poee and revenged its section for I No. 4.-rr(,ttu,g 1 p m
Oite. ra,lv Slues, lie UlU SO. ana. aCCOraintr IO tho nrlitrn r ad nf a. nnirtur of a 'D . loais 01 lci3, puir..-
The h...t Hvmp'rmof Norfolk's tfae testimon3 ofh.s friends, he did j century ago. We are a laughing
;n, . nr it well. But, the editor of Belford'c, stock, and a Democratic Congress
1,00 a, ,'ver) l,ve citizen of( f!'. I will snap its fingers at us from
implicit faith in iti'" " " c l"lJK-j Washington. Thanks to bleeding
-uU -u.u .a .eai.j a. .r,j Lu Kansas, the Sonth is in the 83ddle
Senator Ingalls, says: Striving to again."
. ,1 p.
1 hl li.r.K r H-
.' 1 live m o ru h h ,
riy n-.nl :"a i,
i.j , f th" C,.(a;,..
'ii in pri vutc :
T .1 .. . t .. u Ml 1 ' 11
showing their faith
. hy inves'ing their
n Norfolk lands and
ti fur prises. Danville
LaNi; ston, who was
iu- lair- i-lec.tion in the
li-rricr, charges that
Sllfi -II - -..
dt iiv ted
Geu. M.ibniie conwpired to defeat
him. ti - fay.s when it comes to
tht- rac- quewtiou in the South the
Reuutilii- .11.M an-nil Democrats. He
force bill ian't worth the
paper upon hicu it is written.
There i- a medical institute at
New r , Vi-rmont, which Issues
di(iUim-it tor the small sum f $50,
cish in advance. It is said that
lots of thr-t-e bogus diplomas are
oct. and teps are being taken to
prosecu'e the diploma dealers.
With iu institution like this and a
bounty on maple sugar there is no
reason why Vermont should not
prospt-r - Wiluiiugton Star.
The toughs appear to have pos
session nt i be Oklahoma legisla
ture. A bill has btjen passed by
1 I! I I .
r o iJt
oo per cent, to Uiit m.r-
to Beuoiin norue; 10 pei- vti.. ., ..n :
horse. Must be fouled 111 N. C. . li ..j fil
ter, 2 to aiai t
No. S. Trotting i.j harefna. 2.:10 , ni .
. 1 mile beat, d 4U . la.-e, t.-si ,! in pur e
j 115.00. 60 per cect tu tii ri tiorrc : S
r-- 1 ii i
v i ; .-.mi
.' a LI. :
mile jJ13, ;IS
i j. r .
npr run! t it hr-nml nnr..- 1. .....rr
oe magniloquent, air. ingaiis oe-; The Political Economist, which j to third horH. Not k-e than:; i. ,-iuer,
com fH nf am clftil in hia o wn unpech : ia n.o Affi,ni n.an tha Vaihinol ! 2 to start.
and, beguiled by a gaudy imagtna j Farmers' Alliance, copies the above $25 f
tion. he fluently defends the Senate. apfiii ami nave that ir iaaunpei. toetart
innocently unconscious that he is ; men of mendacious journalism ' Thursday- Feb u
" I no. i - Kunnici? rdce, l...) p
..vn w- , r. . U ..,.: . . . 1 . . . ill . .1 .1 - ' r
ln u in me divugmiuug uinue vdlDOQC
aeainst it. Not onlr dops lie nn
, t , i ,-..., 'a Per cent, to second horB : 1 per ci-i t
" mo uiuSJ iunctu n8 iue vicious sunn ui n ueientcu i to third hone. Not lees thau 3 to enitr
the Senate and the House of Lords, and demoralized conspiracy, the
c ui I :
tlv - I
ii.i 1 a
w iy. 1 y
,,1-. r. . ., i -i t r m .j t ;
or. mi. f-piruu-il
cou ns: 1 and i n
an l d ire reet I v
ier Holicitude for
r-i nip itliy in lh,"
.'ii r . vi- o i li i in
monii and Ilaukina wcr.' not candi
dates! Tomorrow the 1 gi.-::iture will
meet in j nut Hfepk;n to connf.l id ate the
vote. Tonight Atlanta in wild with
cxcitonit nt. Firewniks n- hcioj
burned, braes bn-.i i.u- ; l.v.i '. r.tai
fpee Chen d,-livered.
Till-: fl'EAKF.U . .TI'S P. .it O 'l.liON.
U'.i:.iiN,ir..N. Nov. is - A
ii'oni A-I'.nra. (ii . fa; ti,,. ,,:,. in urn
' L li Hi' for I 'nil, ci S: i tt-h SrnaP r r ho w. ii
thu iir,, 1 -, oi.o of a ::,:i j ,.. it v .
s('.'fiio-r t! iv.-.-: i tl.'-n -:i.-.i Ii v..ti- (or
A ilr iiiiin : : t,.. f., -v.
i-i. i v. lid . i io- . i i . -. h in
I :. ..r-A
a- m pi i .-. i
U..TVI-A. (J-,.. Nov. is Ti,, ,..
' . n. i .in don
1 J . tl . lieu
ti,e j : tj i hiuki. ihrou:
ai,d the treut'jft. i mi. us:
Iir.loK l.N.i IV Al
itsta. (i.,.. Nov.
.1 ( i
; . 1 1 ,; . o
i r 1 ! i : , .
i A la
: - n ' r . i r
ni i n in
tuaat rcjMcini; in Aum-tii ov. r
election of (iordon p, lie S,-n -.te.
salute wM firioi il,p ,-v, inii :n !.,
of lim elei'tion.
an I Mil an ;oi it: i; : ii.
in: 1 1 i ati. n i m.iiATi.M '
.k.n oi;o am , .
iii.N.- i;Ai',ji.i-i, Miuri , . N... ,
(inmrl Forku, N. L . t, .
say a: "A j jutant ( .
i h e
It Does Them An Injustice.
Tlr.-S-iteHviMc Latiimark ono of the
n.. , : i,. , el h aded pjpera in the State,
t'linkn that the intimation that the
Alliance Democrats in the Legislature
will vote stfiiioHt Senator Vance doee
i ihi in inj ietice, and in commenting
up a il. m intimation it ly down thie
proptbiiion in ji in hoIiJ : "Any isaa
who reenvee a nomination from a oon
vi nti n .uid t,n inalruction with it, and
. r, ,o,.iud eilont as to thu inetruotion and
man. If hn ijoes beforu the people end
publicly declares that he will not be
bound by hia inetructiona, and they
etiil elect him, the caae a different;
they have n ,tico, and are afterwards
stopp",) from rnierinR complaint; bat
in the other case I he man would eorer
himself with infamy. "
A;i IIU Possessions Lost in a Twinkle.
i i.i.min. Tenn , N- v. lit It T.
Me -i-' of lil.dsi,,., having Bold hia
farm and i-i ,rlt. wun n'U"d hy the fire
last ru,hL t ,i!u::i,- to hi wile of tboir
contetaplt .1 trip today to Texas,
.vhnher they wi re o i n (o make their
f n ; ii re hoin,... Mr. Meadow e pulled out
t i- in - n y. which w-88 in large bills,
ami i r.v.voVd to count it. When he
nad laid down Inn laet bill on the
hearth no ue one opened the door, and
a Rust of wind carried hia all In the
tire. Before Mr. M jadowa could rescue
an y of his curn tioy it was In ahes.
II" had converted all hid possesions
Mi o r.Af.h. and ia a twinkle all wu lost.
No. 7 --Runnim? r.io T'
a paranei ar- ine present, i open to all atrea, l -me, bo-i . i
fim onrl thaf. if. will hA rpnnrrn i 7:erl Pu r8e ou p r rent, to lirrt Hutu
voy has received a telegram fr
Jliller t.t iiMiaare ii . reu a
but he also demonstrates its like- hypocritical cant of an overthrown
ness to the British monarchy, j an(i rejected domination. The piu
Boastingly he says : -Its members tocratio tendency of Kansas has
change, vanish, and disappear, j been checked by the bold and fear
bnt, like the King, it never dies." ' Jess work of the Alliance, and the
Kxcusing this regal comparison, j brethren are both able and willing
because of its truth, it must be to accent the responsibility. There
acknowledged that Mr. Iugalls has , is not a shadow of a doubt that
poiuted out many features of the I John Davis, Ben Clover and Jere
Senate which in reality makes it j Simpson will reflect as much credit
. EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
Y Uarble Works,
JNew Berne, 1ST.
Italian and American Mar ble'and all
qnalitiee of material.
, Order solicited and given prompt
tteatMOn. with satisfaction guaran
teed. G. ETlTilXKB ia my arat at Kinston,
and Uu eral'r traveling
w W -' i
tme pr DO
place lo: C
At this rime,
a safe place.
aaa yet been discovered.
Representative Mills says
of Mr. Cleveland, that in his judg
ment he is "not only the strongest
Democrat but the strongest of any
party with the people." Of course
he ij, and evey body knows it but ; Q8hko-h. is
the New orks?un and a few other j
protection advocates. Wilming-
. it .
wu eaeuscr. United
When it is remembered that the
Globe-Democrat is a leading lie
publican journal, the following
paragraph from that paper will be
appreciated: Most of the Republi
can explanations of tho recent
defeat are like the widow's obser
vation with regard to her late hns
oand's departure:. "If Ebenezer
hadn't blowed into his gun he
would liAve got plenty of squirrels
Oklahoma is a good
l Dudley to move to
Ptruell might find it
M. Millek, the
. full blooded Greek,
the tir-.t man of that race who ever
li n 1 1 . r ii. i lu CiindFAQQ nf tho
S .ires. Miller is not a
Hellenic name, and Mr. Miller does
not know his patronymic, neither
does he epeak the language of his
ancestors. He was a waif picked
up upon the oattlefleld of Misso
longht iu 1824, and takes his name
from his preserver and benefactor,
Colonel J P. Miller, ot Vermont.
News & Ob-erver.
' We r i ii - r that Mr. Sexton, who
isucce-i.i- io i he leadership of the
-it was snch a niee day lor equir-! Int)h m P.irlumcnti 8nal,
re's" 'have itir political wisdom of Mr.
f I ' -I A EALElGn correspondent of the parnell utiou; his personal weak
1 f- i Richmond Disnatc.h savr: Rerre-1 noca f1!, .ri, siron-art- Pjmcll haa
tary Beddtngfield, of the State proven bus ciaim to greatness as he
Farmers' Alliance, tells me that!may have tacitly confessed his
while the majority of the whole human infirmity. Ho is a patriot
Legislature are pledged to vote for 1 and a tnau of wonderful intellectual
Vance for Senator, yet he thinks resources. If he has retired, as
the Legislature will require who- i seems to be the case, the cause he
ever is elected Senator to pledge : 8o ably represented will suffer
hia support to the Sub Treasury nothing. Mr. Gladstone and the
bill." men who take the sceptre of their
Tom Reed says the women did leader, will go forward in the work
it. They went shopping, found ot justice and statesmanship witn-
-prices up, came home and told j out swerving auu nnemoarrassea
their husbands, brothers, etc , and , by Mr 1 arnell's misfortune.
these husbands, brothers, etc , got Norfolk L indmark.
mad, went red eyed ou the day of We h peat the South is all right,
election, grabbed Democratic bal U hat. prospered marvellously since
lots and laid the g. o. p. out a coid l$30. It has outstripped the more
as a wedge. If the women are ! favored North in manv particulars.
"agin" the old concern it might a Ic has jiveu ome striking indica-
well file its assets and close up tion.s ot it abllit.. to 6tand alone,
shop. Wilmington S'ar. and even to surpass its rich and
Tiie qnestion is being discust-cd, expenetict-d competitor in some
must the Democratic presidential depaitao-n's of industry. As a
candidate come Irotn New Voi k T
The Jinrnal prefers Mr. Clevclaud
to any other probable candidate,
but if the New York Democracy
will not harmonize upon htm, we
shall le ready, at the proper time,
to support any true man who can
carry the Democratic tl g to vic
tory. l'AT ( AI.IK'l N, tho Alliance
candidate fur 5eoaUr in Georgia,
in opposition to Gen. Gordon, is a
railro.ol lawjer of large wealth
who lii'.s never had any direct
ngi iculi ure, while Gor-
- .1 on a farm and I: veil
; ! ' -. ' r ot: " h;. entered t he
. l i r : : . - r-i ,- ,i can federate
-,.'..! r 1 . ki' in- 1 : If Inn g f Nell d
,m! A r.' t ..to. Set. .It. 11 L'.l'qUl". lle
r ,-d law :. lol w.i .-.dun t. d to t he
S , -, ' a: ' In- e a .el rone.-1 p
i x i u tiltur.-.
In the Second North Carolina
p s'rict, w Ir. h has heretolore been
. vi r la !ii)ial P.epablican, the
Pemocrats had no regular e.indi-
I..,. r L. rrri r 1 p m A tl wllO. At
Old Virginia Cheroots.
the eleventh hour, announced hi uq
self for that position lacked less f
than a thousand votes of winning, pi
Oitrauized effort wouiil have se- s.
cired his election. The result
s io s t he imp art an ce to Democrats
of tlwats having a candidate iu
tae fielil wheu a political contest
ia to be waged. Durham Sun.
J. K. OBASTSXE. BASH. KAJTLY.
Founder and Mclilnlt
wnfanHTs mad. Deeiflx la
B.lUn ear Bmslaea. BeOars,
M fm., aMtaw emtrsrTHBlaf
Wear rpard to do OaaUas of all kinds
- Tailf alar anil Laamadiat auanllon clraD ,
W wUl lhV (lad to cT plant sad Xtmatc
fciu) UinlieT" " ' T
We arethe aajanta nr tha of tha ajbst
fcaasi Saw. Also for U A A.. Baxxamln'i oa- ,
kntad IndsatrmUhla Mica ValTM.
Wa eUa1horTrBTntfTaUwor '
i r.n:' :
I f K.R.
CREAM BALM rTJA
- Real tha far.
TRV THE (TifJ
pl-kH4l IS) fr fa '
tearaiat. 1T 50 (n- i
. il. r-r' 1 eta. Ki A
. 14 WkrrM 8trt. w Vo l
Largest Stock cf
GEO C ERIE S on hand,
Sold at Northern
: Agency for Hcrsford
-Hazard Gunpowder Co.
home for the delicate as well as for
those desiring a mild and hospita
ble climate the South offers pecu
liar advantages. Its growth and
dev lopment for a decade is a most
gran f. tug surprise to all patriots.
It wi I under the Divine blessing
contitiii to prosper, and the sum
mu,g ua ar t he close of
ma t-clio-e all that it has done
thus lar and even give greater sur
prise to tb North and even to
K.n e -W.lmuigron Messenger.
W rrn rue . sivii. ion of the Kht-
look very much like a King."
Without Intending to commit the
Journal unreservedly to the views
of Bolford'a, we present another
paragraph from the very attractive
artiele nnder review.
"It is also true," says Bedford's,
"that the .National Uuion could not
have been formed without a com
promise to the effect that the legis
lature should consist of two houses,
of which the Democracy should
have one, and the aristocracy the
other. The delegates from Con
necticut, Neir Jersey, Delaware
and Maryland said that If the States
were not made equal in the Senate
they would secede from the con
vention ; while the delegates from
Virginia, Massachusetts, Pennsyl
vania, North Carolina and South
Carolina contended that both
houses ongbt to be established on
the Democratic principles, and that
the representation of each State in
each house should be in proportion
to its population. Mr. Madison
made a strong argument against
the claim for equal representation
in the Senate, but it availed noth
ing against the threat of secession,
which compelled a compromise;
and this in its tarn compelled
another, without which the first
could not have been adopted. A
delegate from Pennsylvania by the
name of Benjamin Franklin in
sisted that if an aristocratic branch
of Congress was to be created by
the Constitution, the Democratic
antidote must accompany it, and
he demanded that the Senate
should not have any control over
the publio purse, but that all bills
for the raising and spending of
money should originate in the
House of Representatives. This
compromise was accepted, and be
cause a part of the Constitution,
Mr. Williamson, a delegate from
North Carolina, saying: 'The State
of North Carolina has agreed to an
equality in the Senate merely in
consideration that money tills shall
be confined to the other house.'
and this antidote, borrowed from
the English Constitution, will do
here what it has done in England,
invert the houses, making the
House of Representatives the
Upper House, and paramount
authority in this country, as the
House ot Commons is in England."
The length of this article pre-
to the State of Kansas as Senator
Ingalls and the present Congress
men. Besides this, these men have
learned that the war is over; that
prosperity and plenty always wait
upon peace and fraternity. Being
convinced of this, they will seek at
all times to destroy sectionalism
and sectional hate ; and labor for
the building up of fraternal feel
ings and the good of the whole
country. In this they will differ
widely from the present represents
tion of Kansas in Congress.
Jay Gould went into Wall
Street the other day while the
gamblers were crazy, and walked
off with two or three moderate
Great Preparations for the Fair.
Oo to the Fair grounds when you
please (exoept Sunday) and you will find
something being done to add to the
beauty and usefulness of the buildings
and grounds and the pleasure and con
venience of visitors and exhibitors.
The broad racetrack has been finished -and
is divided from the othtr ground
on each side by a low, suitable fence, is
level, and has perfect drainage, and ie
in every way in splendid order.
In the northwest oorner of the
grounds stables have just been erected,
especially for the race horses, with
twenty two large, roomy box stalls.
A two-thousand gallon tank has been
procured from Philadelphia to supply
water for the aquarium and is being
put up near the main building.
The erection of the grand stand will
commence in a few days.
The space enclosed by the race track
has been sown in rye which is up and
starting a nice growth and If it con
tinues fljuriehiog this part of the
grounds will be a green lawn, affording
an excellent place for baseball games,
or any other purpose for which it is
seen fit to use it during the Fair.
Tha Fair will bold the entire week as
it did this year, and there will be raoes
every day. The programme of races
and the premiums offered for them
have been arranged, and we will pub
lish it tomorrow. The total amount of
the premiums for the races in the
largest ever offered by any fair in the
The regular premium list is being
prepared and will be ready in about
If our farmers and otber exhibitors
are as interested and getting ready for
the Fair as earnestly as the managers
are, won't we hare a grand Fair next
We eometi ue8 meet people who, be
cause their circumstances are such
2 to start.
No 8. Trot.ioK rare to ham
m. Time to beat 2:35 H. st Li in 5
mile heat, puree Stu io fir-,
horse; 860 to second horse: c40 to third
horse. Not lestt than '3 to inter. 2 to
No. 9 Gentlemen's race to bu-y
2.80 p.m. ; owner to drive, i mile. hst
8 in 5. purse 885.00. CO per cent to first
horse; 25 per cent, to second: la per
cent, to third horse. Not lees th in 3 to
enter, 2 to tart.
No. 10 Trotting race to harness, at
3:30 p.m. ; horse winning time nearett
to 3 mtoutes; 1 mile heat, beet ii in a.
puree 8100. 00 per cent, to first horse:
25 per cent, to second horse; la per
oent. to third hore No; l-es than a to
enter, 2 to start.
FrtlDA-? Feb. 7.h.
No. 11 Trotting race, free for nil. at
12.80 p.m.; 1 mile, btst 8 in 0. uu.t
8180. 00 per cent, to first bora -: 25 per
cent, to second horae: 15 per c-.ut to
third horse. Not leas thin a to enter, i!
No. 12 Pony running race for bovs,
at 1 p.m. Btst 2 in a j mile. 810 t").
83. 82 Not less than il to enter, 2 to
No. 13 Pony troi.irif; ja.ee. ar 2:30
p m. Best 2 in 3. j mil.-heats, S15
84, 82. Not lees than 3 t enter. 2 to
UCLES FOR Tl.li.LS . r fcl'i-lEI).
1. All entries for these tiialb of i-peed
must be made with the Secretary of the
Society on or before 5 o'clock p no. tta
day before the race, and be heem
panied by 10 per ceuc. in eitdi of the 1
2. In entering horses, the name, age.
sex end color of the aniinnl should br
given, with the names of Sire and Dst,
If known, and also the name and rei- .
dence of the owner
8. The Socisty reserves the ruhr, to
obange the programme ho as to subhti
tute one day's trials for another lo tie -at
the casualties of the weather. Shouid
the weather be so inclement on any d,i
of the Fair week as to prevent the
Director from starting the races, fueh
races, at the option of the Exeeutive
Committee, may be declare l ' e lT. 'and
the entrance mooe? for thoci refunded
4 Three entries and two starters re
quired. No money paid for a walk
over. 5. Heats in each da 'd raet-s may
come off alternately aecor .1 : ni to me
order of the Director
6. Winning horses will recti ve o uy
the premiums assigned in i h ir r.i-1. 1 a .
No premiums paid to d i-i ..need m in e ;
out hones, and a h ,r- ai- ..i:c:..c ilir
field will rtcei ve on j ri . m in u. .
7. Races shall be K. ran il r tie
rules Of the National (Y'.uii.k Arri ...i
tion, and Loui-villf- Jjcky Ciub.
8. All premiums of pee.i clas a il
be paid by the Treasurer on H-ttur.iay
Fair week, upon cenilv-ate nf ila
Judge. and countersign' d by the Direc
tor of the Department in trials of i-pt-ed .
. l .
uiui to report at thj latter ei
d lately ari.l mute- prepirataa.
fir. sing the impending f.iitbn
dimis -a Alau.lan. Word w
i :a rae
r ni p
I . .Mir A-slfrtiinonts
Vol-: i . Nov. 19 Joseph F.
ee ih-r io teas and coffees. Khn
" . t""'" en Eighth avenue, Fulton and
I, r,t iitree in, nmde an assignmoot
' "d iy to J . 1m . yjinhiu without pref-
' ; r. i;. .ry . Il.illoii & Go . hankers and
t.rala r-e ;.t No. 1 Now etreet, made in -da,.
a.! nui, merit lo lay lo the firm,
rt..-nosii ne wan Herbert E Dickson.
a, -a, uf
:.-e l ai
ir ivioian nuve-mcntH
is ta urge tin- fcri-at jm.
I .-.ii.i iDi i unc ri..-i.eetf ullv
ui) Alainco of Craven
t us leepeetivo lodge-
return fipcci- 1
r c 1 1 .
re .1 (iiver of nil good, swered, and the latest
ifi. .ii:: . ii a
Caunt v : o laea
loaia nr eta:
thanks to th.
Jital to ask for
picpa, - ;ve :riove-i;.e.-,t
1 a e-thr, n . tho lime l!
b' l.j-t. I. tui rieet
'"nil of uratitudo to Gad fcr epecial
b!r.--:r.L;s thia year, find taking courage
fr aii the past short but wonderful his
tory of cur er,-:!in:z-iMii, 1st us resolve
at tlu- thr-thold of the ir...-cining ye-ar.
by a friendly It. eh -in ta Ma:,,i.iu th-t
Sioux were on the arpath ;u;.
for an ouihrebk Adj iUm (i i..
ULVnj leaved t.i r.- t
The city is escip d
any number of vol
ottering their ;. t vh
The State la.s at.(,i:t .",( h -f.nj ,( i,r(;.
ana 50 0( 0 rounds of Ifxed nrutiuj :u: ion
All sorts of rumeis nr.; i il-,;,;. Tede
grams to Sr. adding li j. k are uai.n
;U1 .-I'm -A' li
v, r i i,e ri ;.
I!.; ,-' . s ; l e
to lay .i i
is i o k :- i! y
gor-d u : I: .
I.- t u- ! t ; 1
"enrn. -1 i a
spirit . " ; .', i
priDCiph s f
that pirt (.f e-a:'
mnn'is "In th;:-.
in all things Ciair
a pr"Ur; t. ,t .i a v.
Ii art the IT v. r
and 23 v.-r.-ej ef
forgetfu yt s--.
h'.ir.Id IS j vIult- V.('t I';.'!,! i.-iniinal
Ni:w Vci;ic Nov. 1". 1'io-ioent In
man, ot the itichiuon.i T.. rroinai eysiem,
was a; kid this iraj-'r; ic - ; f tho etory that
J.-.y (iould hsd acijuired a controlling
irite;e-i m mo sju-ui v. ae, true. Ionian
e uid ui tepiy: f.-.ete arc 700.0:.0 tbaree
of r-roaii. and cf thi- an,oi;nt (iaukl has
'ou-iu up oiid seventh or ICO 00 snares.
utii.ir is that a
t ui .ance iu the oand ot armed ludiaiui left their lepees
of our order. in the agency st 10 o'clock this morn-
ii: i-p-.-r.t wiil not ing.
with our hearts Col. II. C. Co.'bin. a ho accomouuied
Gen. Miles to Sl. Ltuis to meet the
Secretary of War, and who ij in full
Dossession of all the facts regarding the
Indim trouble, says: "An Indian up
rising ia Dot probable, but the situation
is certainly threatening. The only ob
stacle in the way of war is the weather,
for the Indians will hesitate if they do
not refuse to take the war path in a
time of elums and cold. A good bliz
zard in North Dakota would be a God
send, But if war does break out it i:l
e-P'cially , he terrible beyond description Ik fore-.
a a . t de- we nave alwavs had the he o of one
tribe in quelling disturbances- in an
other, but cow the Sioux, Ciiejennes
and Crows are banded in a common
cause. They arc well armed and their
chiefs premise that every Indian who
shall fall in a war against th vhite
i man shall be raised na that day eoon to
i:. come, when the earth hhall open and
lareo, , engulf the whites, leaving it to be occu
pied hy God's chosen people, the eava
ges. it, will be a religious war, one of
the most romantic and terrible ic ihe
history of the world."'
.l Elided (iovi lnor or Nebraska.
I inoiln. Neb . N iv. 18. Official re-
liaiu every county in the Stat.
a c ii'Vt- id hy i he H crclary cf State,
ihvo Bo;,d. Pern, a plurality of 144.
1 he Independents control both branchea
of the L", .Mature-
Troopi fnt lo llie Indian Agencies.
Vam;im;m,., Ii. C . Njv 19, Qen.
Sciijfi..l1 today rcciivcd a telegram
from Gen. Miles stating that troops had
bei n f-ent :o the Pine Kidge and Rose
bud agencies upon representations that
the Indians are beyond control of the
"Uteut and Indian police.
:.".? to real
e h ..tal that
a :n '. Very
naiad t'i 1 e
1- ry nt in
of U t -P.-alm
. t 111!-
. sir d
. o 22
I.M'I.VN.S I5KI.INMM. TO DIM'i:
KEFORE THE THOCM'S.
New York, November 18. Wall
street stock market is firm this morning
despite the fact that Gallandet & Co.,
failed for over a million dollars and
several minor business houses went
down with them. Things are looking
better and everything may be solid
again after another week's cooler t
amoaig the brokers.
Aw Tui Work of Wolves.
EuNPON, Nov. 19. Word comes from
India that wolves arc causing terrible
devastation in tho Central provinces.
One pack of eight wolves killed and
destroyed forty persons who wenrrten
gaged in v. au hing cuttle. The -victims
were mostly children. The wolves did
not touch the cattle.
Fork Packers Make an Assignment.
Cincinnati, O. Nov. 20 Charlee
Jacobs & Co., pork and beef packers, at
Plum and 1'indlay streets, assigned this
morning to Geo. Jacobs. Liabilities
i-CO 000; aseets 840 000, with preference
ji vtn in favor of Geo. Wuest for 817,500.
tile ii nard f.f
rae rubers and ti
oy I ': uld vv iii
(our rr.eaa bet .- ;
ei-e ! n I r. .
i,r-ui .-s lira ,
t'a V v. 1:1 t e V. e
m ir,.;u. tin nt.
w. a 'a Goiti.t si:
elai i : t , r . O.o
i-Liii,. -ci ar.i v. a
on- at M in pa I -
,1 ire.aars i
e arrj. u
. 'a lii.- hi
1 t,-, .; i"-,
t s rm.r.
a- ani.d o-
. "f In --S-.
,- t-a i !
st ck held i
La t.'iree or j
a ;h-- next
i i . ia son
ui n. and
i" present j
r. 1 etions ,
i I a c
w : : r
V i!. ;i.
C'.l. led o
til- ill -ii!:: a :
: !i, a l xea
h ii i' r :
ve h. , n ill ,.,
am won id be
i r. ia and mid
IT IS KKARKD 'l HAT THKY IA K lio.NK TO
INCITE TIIE XURTMERN niEYliSNls TO
Ciiin i no T I tu -V...,. 'in ,...-;.
irom otanuing Kjck agency. .N . D .
says: Tho news that troops have been
ordered to the reservation h is spread
rapidly among the savages uud the gen
eral t llect has been bsd Several hun
dred braves have dUapper.red. with
what object and in what, directmu can
not at this hour be lenmed. Th,.t.. i
ot friendly ' evident fright in same; quarters.'aci the
l wo direct i general ininn-fiBinn ia i hoe n e.. : e
running; away from what they regard
as an impending calamity. It may be.
however, that they are bent upon pil
lage and murder and have galloped
across the country to incite the Nor
thern Chey er.nes. tho inoa excitable
band of Indians in the Wet-t. intake
arms fcgainst the whins. I ii nieri
warriorM und woiae-n .-ire f ihiened
over the outlook and prof.--.- the warm
e-t friendship for t':iv p,.. faces here.
Gen. Ruyer'e prwenci. her- l ".-t week
had the efTect of reducing Sitting hull V
followers by nearly one half.
laid y .Managers of the World's Fair.
Chicago, Nov. 20. Mrs. Potter Pal
nior was today unanimously elected
Pr sident of the hoard of lady managers
of the World's Columbian Exposition.
: i lie .1, - ana I'acilic
Ti nr. . and the other at
. 'in it will be seen that
ti. t wo in in rests will
Nil. M a i.NS,
i.b r 1 S 1'he
..... f . om Ne
hi h d g.oned
T-rti.ii.. ii eyr-la.-nr,
.."jie ti ee past
t to the ( iTect
placed on the
D i n v i 1 1 o line
that they can make only a small ex
cludes any discussion on our part , hibit think that it is not worthwhile
of this interesting subject. We i to bring anything. What a mistake 1
may teturn to it an early day, and Ee'y little helP"' nd elbiu from
ok -,t - v, .hoi ih. mny Persons, even though they are
" 7 nrif larco. will stivm a An tA nn r n-fllsTti
the century ! 860816 DOt neceari1 arl8t bors, and especially to disUnt visitors,
, , j cratic, but is an essential part of-moro perfect idea of tha productions
in 1 1 r a' r in
d' mi w i - r a
SBW EEBSE. N C.
Co' ' ' a
lierhaps, James S.
and resources of this portion of the
Tho time for the Fair is drawing nigh.
It will commence on Monday, February
23d and continue through the week.
What have you got saved up to exhibit
at it ? There are some things that can
not be got ready until the Fair is right
... i j v.... Ail... ihlniyi nnr
.1 li;.. I fU. 0ll0. uuu. uu. ui.uj
is Mini that he has lucc"1'" ' farmers must select at once if not previ-
- hi ...i r.neli.h syr-' -For years the Sunflower State j onB, - or the be8t will begone.
o o..o lor his planta , gre88lona,J deiegation. With In-
t v innations in alls and Plumb in the Senate, and
" .. i , .,,
or 4'..(XH) Kyan. Meters, feiKins,
KANSAS IN CONGRESS.
The Topeka Capital, a vile, bit
ter, Sooth-hating sheet, of the
T 1 1 . i 1 ..I.li 1 . , I -Via
ol Nea (). leans, is the . AtKtt,,B "I. " f""""" lUD
v ulu.,1 ,-otton planter in ! following editorial on the results of
Ibnse, hands Ag-ain.
Editor Journal: It, a ni not bw on
of place at this una- to uie-niio.i oi e
thing that ouht not m be for. .a n
that we have one of the fiaest nuJ oe-r
court haus63 in the State, an orna
ment to this i Id class c county and city
Do you reckon thsse bond signing
Democrats, and the business people i .
general, know how much the bold 900
insolvents (free voters) pai.i toward
building this magnificent house, ar d
what it was built for, whether it was
built 'for the transaction of the legal
business of the county, or a place .'or
political heelers to meet to concoct plans
to retard the progress of good govern
ment? I say again, keep off the hond.
and we will all sing together this go il
Hark from the office a doltfal sound,
My ears attend the cry.
Ye living men come view the ground
Where the big four must shortly li
A Sharper' Trick.
Rochester. N. Y., Nov. 20. Moses
S. Marks, who up to one year i;go wao
employed at the Flour City National
Bank, this city telegraph d ly the
Western Union Telegraph hue to the
National Bank of Commerce, New
York, correspondents f tho Flour Citv
Bank, to send twenty-five iluusand
dollars in currency. He signed the
name of the cashier of tbe bar.lt. Win.
A. Walter?, to the dispatch This
morning the bank received a leio r
from the National Rack of Comm.tr. e
in New York saying the money h-d
been sent ia f 10 and giO bills Tu
bank officia's at once telephoned to
the American Exchange Compiny to
learn if the nuney which they hsd ii. t
ordered bad been received and learnt d
tbat Marks bad called there at 9 o'clock
and received the caeii. The Eipn t:
Company c fBcUls knew him an i sup
posed he was still connected w itli the
bank. The police are row looking for
Marks. The thief was a young man o'
the town who has hicla rto borne an ex
by .xten-i-iii fioni Dinil:e to thi
pi .( to c -nriict v.aih tae Winston ami
ai-i"l r, a i. and lin-. ciiange of control
t" G uld i ' re-gar. i.-.i by railroad men
! a . an lie- early completion of the
roi : a'" ve ni.'.-.ti.iu.-il from Danville
via the Cicide :ir.d Leakeevtl'e to
Wa .-tar. '1 Ii- if it -.vi!. connect with
he Hill-. :t aiai We-t. Th-j sale of
i he L) ,n y il e a ad N'.-.v Ilu.-r In:? to the
U:cnt.i-ri.l T- r;ninn.t. w hi- h wi. cm-
i- al D inviihi. m-'aas the
r io a ,d nie -. ere .ii: it.
I axi.ii; j ui: (.1 . i
r:,:: okk.vT h.vxui.v
Tne enil.iai ru-ani
ing h' u u.
i h .Uvl:- o
iit-ntof ttie great bank
ing Bros., or London,
I'lllMlNOUAIl. AU, Nov 17 rill
w ee bs ago a negro or i in iti ally n-sau ill d
an old iady. named Mrs. Calhoun, near
a wood st-itiou on tLe dunimv lice near
Bessenu r. Several nn u were at rested
on suspicion and taken b. for. ,. r for
i.ientiticati-a, but she said i -ah time
they were riot her assailant. V. sterday
a negro, named Hai vy Smith, was
takeu to her and she intmilv pro
nounced h.m to I e the mrm. lie was
rak( n olT hy tin; citizens w ho hid him
in charge arid this morning bis dead
body was found dangling to a tree
near by. lie was cut down aai buried
Ciu.ii J an upneuval ia Wall street
yeriterday w hich capitalists ai.d bankers
wui never forei. Such a calamity.
Coining upon the heels of a steady liqui
dation iu the Nev Voi k S:oek Ex
change, appeared to temporarily deal
a doatti blow to th.' promise of a more
healthy condition of alfair?.
The annoutiCeiiit-t-t was followed by
a Mi re funic ia .. locks. i.o reaction
w hich i i. 1 1 'v . :) ;
cate iiad h. .. ;t ! i
lira . w a t.o: :
to w-irran: die a- !i:n.!i r. ta.t aeeae-
1. Two ballots
ay in the Wyoming
for Ucite l States Senator.
r.e y-.a- that a sy na i
i to .ai i t!io h riug
i -1. ; v p oa ui n -ed
c dlap t- had
; ' e.S
i hi.-, r, li- f,
cr it-is had '.;
one w hi 'Ii
Pick out some of your finest ears of . cedent reputation
corn, largest pumpkins and a good. Failure of a Hanking
i , i .ainrtmnnt nt Tour Taritbltril ui liuwiu", . . . r, . vt
ntr nt J' I mill i r ,, iu an fuicina mnrriii. ' 1'HiLAUB.Lriii . ra., oy
i i- i t a li, .,IMn
. e . -. rh HonR. w hare stood in even ; ""e-.
tuousanu, , 7 , JVll" 1 i ,r
rant: wun me uesr. auu must ocu
rAsnf,rinc nf thu Union But what
a falling off irom this proud dis 1 then bring them to it. It will be but
tinction now comes in the election little trouble to you ana win do oi urem
of the demagogues and piebald benefit to the Fair, and may pay you
handsomely for doing so. for tne pre
mium list is always very liberal and
many a person has oarried home a
valuable premium who was not striv-
i-rures it, pu'-
mils to extract tho
-.I. and machinery
r miner about the
a ne utilized. His
. t. and he gets all
can he got from
A ndrann Fonstiih and Turner IU peas, ana nice BpeoiuiBu. v. faituie of BarUer Bros. o. c,o o . .
, . . . ,.t .nDKlir a Ihtt .nH hrnkrra was
you have, suitable for tbe Fair, and lay stock exchange this
. ........ firm is cempos d of
L 3 e II BB1UO UUyil uo wvmt
Mr. K chardwon is a native
k a g h . in county, in this
at to Mississippi a
u., uiiu to seek bis for
political rustlers of the people's
party. What good citizen of Kan
sas will not blush to see his State,
the proud mother of able and
patriotic men, represented at
Washington by such broken-down
political hacks as Clover, Baker,
John Davis and Jere Simpson T
Witbont influence, intelligence, ex
nerience or patriotism, these vail
1 a e
announced on the
Able ev Wi, r
ton Barker ice nrm at i o c . ( as
stopped reoeiviog deposits ac th.-ii-. :ii
on Fourth and Chestnut streets, at 1 a i
o'clock the doors weie closed. 'I he
members of the firm refused to cike
any explanation of their t, on ble The
firm has of late bsen doine very little
business through the stock ex .-hinge.
; An ' assignment ha.a been made to E i -
j Kr.n..- T-i.,. ; j u c... ; i i
ing for one, but made his exhibii simp- wBhrtoa Barker
ly because be wished to contribute hi
mite towards making the Flr pleasant. Smith Indicted for Forgery
useful and successful. New York Nov 20 -The grand jury
' today indicted Albert H Smith 'vof
Mills. Robeson & Smith), ror , orrery in
a 1 ; i ia t
i. 1 a l n ". .-
MlMTyil tllAt I lie
d four jaoi, ineat
.ni? ta tiie refi.-ue
. : ii :: T. C-aUa'l' ia
1 alt i a. sec u I i . ii s
v. . t h : li t h e next
icit r ce of c; it, ion
ro ti -a-.l t iltct ? of
lit ve l th at ii j.'teat
.i ' y ni-. in n. ed . and
e e -:i , i : ea'C.'t.id
,;!,a r; ii ci, i the
. ,ile '. a !. aid
'. . '. r i , i i y 1 . t l.e in I n
- a H; ' e t b ? N rth
i i, .: i a c ; ai pi c it: nas
f , r t he ua-.-mcnt .
a .,f the ia-ititution
r. Is ' i r-a-eiver was
In in events that had
"ain.-ia! o-roersof the
la' -v.- Yoi k S;qr.
halhitin- fur I
were taken y iste
Eorty-;ight members weie pteeentat
the j Jint session. Ocorge W. heck, son
of the late Senator, received S votes,
all Democrats; Gov. IlovtS Summerill i
0, M. A. Brown 1, J. VV. Meldrum 1,
Itamsay 0. and nine were divided
among firo other aspirants
A It i u" lliiriihi Fire.
Si A I a 1 1 tine . I-'!a . Nov. 1-. Fire
ia-t evening w hii li otiginited ia the
mill yard of th-. E is; l'.orula hand and
i'loiut-e i.'otn p my in hutn . E-perncza,
a suburb of this ci y-. and known as
the "Eoglipn Mil s. d. - tro;, to the en- 1
tire plan: an 1 1 3C0 I 0a ftet or lumber. I
lt;e l,,rs is eeliiiiat- i at .ll' 000 There
m no ii.ur;i;Ce oa 'he p'art in Eng
Both tlm method and results -when
vrnp of Figs is taken; it is pleasant
aii'i rcfrcsliiiig to the ta.tc, and acts
c. ti riy yet jiromptly on the Kidneys,
Liver iind Bowels, cleatises the sys
tem clleetunllv, dispels colds, head
nelics and levers iind cures habitual
coii-tijiatioii. Syrup of Figs is the
nnlv lTincdy of its kind ever pro
ditced, jilciising to the taste and ao
ccptalilc to the stomach, prompt in
its notion and truly beneficial in its
fleets, prepared only from the most
healthv and agreeable substances, its
tnanv excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it tho most
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale in 50o
:ml' 81 'bottles by nil loading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
iu.iv not have it on hand will pro
t cure it promptly for any one who
1 'vi-hos to try it. Do not accept any
; CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAH FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. YORK, H Y
I laliaiis hell h i: 1 urul 1 .
iAi.eK, Nov. IS M . j r McLaugh
lin, the agent at S.aBd:t:g Ujck. admits
that for the first time he t,s- I control I
if the Indians, ur.d can da nothing
vy Suite ver with tli-rii. .Sitting hull a
,1 -,y i r t w o ago v, i v e
ageat t: al he and hi bra
fi r 1. 1 'ii and ll.e v bite:
shortly wip tht iu out i:
i!y laid the
. e h ei no u-e
and wo a id
OIF for hi riin. 1
A ssi i; vi.. i.e. N C. Nov. 7. - Dr. Knre .
von llaehta a teciaii-t ia Jut g and
throat ill-en is, 1. ft hate '.-., ! i. f r her
lin. G r in at, y . ia or.lir to -taiiliie.
exact in tlm ii ia lb.- laceu'aa -i a'al
d, t. ills of th ' treatni'T.t t ,r c iii-ii:,!,:-tion
un a r Professor Ko.-h.
lio-pita! !', ! on -inn j.' i v,
r. Mas.- , Nov, met r 11
t il I I- t,
lence or patriotism, menu - D.. i , nm. . i
at the times and prophets of Children Cry forPitcher'sCastoria. the first degrtu.
d ei ::'.:.. s
v.-i ; cilia;
i .; i'oi-n
ercu 1 , ,sis
i a i i. :;
i.l ',.! ill .1.
v. 1- The
I ) mocratic
.'. Stay a-J.
: Pugh 42
i"cr H;rses, Cattle, Sheep, Logs, Eogt, -
,'sO(l Pane Book o Trralmont of Animals
and Chart Went Free.
rcjiKS ( Frvern.Cona-eBtlonB, InflaBimalloM
A. A., Spinal MenlneUlu, Milk Fr.
11. B. strains, L.amenen, U-BeamatlsaB.
.--i'isteraper. Nasal Dincharces.
II. I). ItotH or Crubi, Warms.
K. E. ouiihB, Heaves, Pneumonia.
-. F. --folic or Ciripes, Bellyacbe.
:.(;. I I urarrlagc llraiorrhana.
II . 11. Urinary and Kidney Diseases.
Eruptive Dinenses, Mange.
J .K. Diseases of Pineslion, Faralysla.
Mngle Bottle (over 50 duses), - - .B
Stable Cnso. with Six-eMcs. Manual.
Vetei limry Cure Oil anil Medlcauir, 87. OO
Jar Veterinary Cure OH, - - J.O
Sold by Druggists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
and in any quantity on Receipt of Prios-
HUMPHBEYS' MEDICINE CO
Corner William and John Sts., New Tort.
SPECIFIC No 60
u use 'JO years. Tho only fmcceiwfnl remMlj' for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
n' 1 I'm. iration. from over-work or otbsr esusaa
1 .. r vuil, or S viuIh anil large vial powder, for SA.
v i i. it I'HC.w-.isTs, or wnt pontpsld on reoelp
.,-;:! .-HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO ,
Cor. William and John St-, K. T.
All Io our Veterinary Preparations
can be had of J. V. Jordan, Druggist,
N. W. cor. Proad and Middle street,
Ihiee Million Dollar :i K ruiluie.
Filth iDF.l.l'iilA, N iv L'o Barker
iims , bankers- and Ln-k-a . if Lai- city,
have made an a-Rigcr.ient I a the bene
tit of th ir creduorj. 'ihi firm con
trols the Wharton Ssvit ch Company,
an) g.i ed a woihl wide refutation
K,ni! luiit 8,ri by its Chin, so intc-rtele-
cruahing baukme scheme. Tiny are COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
al-a the Fi.iladeli'bia correspondents of I DEALERS IN
the Harings. the rrria.t London bankers. , . ,
Tin j are largely ic.terceted ia Heading i All KinQS 01 Grain, BrlCK anQ
-ecai ities. O. ei na I acihe bonds and li. A rrri oiiltnrnl T.imft
NEW BKICJNE, N. O
W. P. BURRUS & GO.
The !irm had a small
I re of deposits Their li.abia ice arc
Bai 1 to be about three milior.a.
V r- -V"-'"' "i
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