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. Or bis Ud al vra v.- . i "iv n;-
X ' wtSAll Wis life was livoil aimiiu.
iTjliach aate-corn'KV : . r-:;in; nit. v,
X, Every cmckir: io--' wall,
:HavB echoert to J-:iTi.ac lau'itor,
-": -Fclthe fgt i' (; n J- .
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Borhere, icm. burvk j ii:eary,
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Wvi! ro-i wi i. I'-.'
" Bntbo sofi S..11I f-t.ii in
- Eroo Or curt-it 'laik lu.-i'l
- - And too worl I wiili mii-ii-
V SUll thali iiit-' with ii.
- J7(Whetber it te A'tui.t'ed or n- t t u
4 thAlIfo has was Ti e's tx!t)ou U m.c.
tbtao Trs proveil b ' prop .':tk liit
old mansion hc.vng bom fleni.i.iiietl ut
terfy U let thaa Ter fliVr thev wtre
wriltea. T .
Chairman JaraM U o of the Iiu
ocratic" Scats' Eiecmive cuin.ii if.
bad de4rflet. to essbhsb eiuupai-n
bftdqoalter9 !n , Kuleib at-xt numtb.
Mr. Poddfnot tbinlc rtuit the negtias
'will lako to th proposed tusion nmve
mefit tnd be cays be thinks be bn.i yirr
good refttoa for saying tbey will not.
Anerfeaa Cili eateaeed ( be Shot
SAH AHTOSIO, Aog. 16 A pn
Tt Jeapatob from the City of
Uexico rooiered here ntate that
Edward T. Adams, formerly piomi
b en t In society in tbi r"y and
who married into one of the bet
families here, has had hi sentence
o( death for marder confirmed by
the Sapreme sort of Mexico and
will be shot in a few day?.
Daited States Mn inter f-ray
baa interested himself iu the cane
nd will ak Pre''ir Diaz to
com mate the sentence.
Hawaliaa EeyaJUU Krtnrnir.jr Home.
Tnefoar membern oi the Royal
Hawaiian Commisfeion. who came
here to stcare red t h for Ex
Qaeen LilioukilRtii, u. d h -piod-
enta of the new roubiie, left for
home at 8 o'clock laxt ntgbt over
the Baltimore acd O:iio Railroad.
M!CC BO CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Ml tt viiiAtu iroATm rut. a
fOtLI BY OHUOOISTS. 4
- i : ? . OR. FELJX LE BRUM'S
STEEL W PEWYB8YBL FILLS
ere the ordinal n?ri only FHF.XCIi. safe and r-
cajrtrre cm tr narKn. t noe jl. A'; sea. 07
FS. DUFFY, Dru-rji-t
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Mmi 1 x4iArf A-4 . K " . i a ' - s- - .,r-
1. C. M 11 KH .. t,-, ork. Pi
. - efficacy Vfj
1 I t 'r Ir A'. i. . 1 .
Nothing has ever been produced to
gqoal or compare with Huiaphrsys'
as a curative and
, hxaumo APyiJCAnoK. It has been
, ed 40 years and always affords relief
- ;nd always gives satisfaction.
" It Cores Pius or HcMORKnoros, External
Interaal. Blind or Bleeding Itchin; and
, .Burmnf Cracks or Fissures and Fistulii.
Sdief umliediate cure certain,
v It Cures Bvixs, Scalds and Ulceration and
,. Cootractioa from Burns. Relief instant.
j-, - It 'Cares Torn, Cut and Lacerate 1
3 Wounds and Bruises.
: f ' I Cures Boils. Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Ot l
- Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy Scald
.t Head. It is InfailiUe.
" It Caves Ltiod or Caked Treasi-s
sad Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
J It Ceres Salt Rheum, Teners, Scurfy
Eriiprions, Chapped Hands, Fever Butters,
Sore Lips or Nostrils, Corns and Bunions,
, Sore and Chafed Feet, Stints ot Injects.
; Threa Sizes, 25c, 50c. and $1.00.
BaM krDragsiMs.ar fot-psid oa neaiptof pric.
caraasra'anbcaL.'iii 11a wuama sc. s tar.
UITC11 HAZEL OIL
; b warranted trio Best in the World!
Is more Wathrproof,
V Is Stronger, and
X i will Wear Lonoei
fran it other pnods manufactured.- ,
Ax for tlw FISH BJ? AND;" take atiMr.
:?, Kl'tCr.ll 4. CO, Soh Agents, BaJUawa.
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onr r:ii!e i.i' . v
Ate TrtniV I', ii. It
m;iny thaf t II
tbo Sn;-.lo lull
tight for t t W ' lr
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sl.i, i will:
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i rait and
, Ii tlMHHr, C();l
m on l he
I ' lint,
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; :; ,.- turill
v. t Til.
1 1 ; , . ;. (Li Hi ., 1 e ' o 1 L-
v. t,..M a .. se. me. I ?o far
I. I: ..
Heople - ilie tnu ' u ui i ..g ; hern cmld
reOeeia iii'iu. l..i i ieMJei.t and
bf LIoQse have :-.ei twrj means
id their povei to r-eenre ach a
ttnffafi is dein.iiuied oy the Chi
C igo plattorai. .V ma jority of
Democratic Stti'loi-, although
elected to tin' ieoate be'oto the
meeting of ttu 'hicago Convi utlon,
stood apoa ifi platform .18 the law
of the party, while three or four
Democratic Seaatoi.i regarded
themselves bound by the legislative
action and popular neutiruent of
the States they re,.. eseated. Take
the Alabama Seuator.s for instance.
Morgan and i'gh were elected
loug before the C hicago Conven
tion met. Alabama had developed
vast mineral sca's'i and the popu
lar demand for ti.o protection of
eoal and iioo o.e. the control
ing sentiment at the time of their
election. Oikor Democratic Sena
tors wore similarly sitnated, and,
although a very large majority of
Democratic Senators favored the
Wilson bill, the three or four pro
Ucliuu Dew-o... - tt g'.-tLer with
the Itepnbiican betiators made the
Senate in favor of some measure of
The Deinocr.'Ms of the present
(Jongreea have done the beet the
circunit-tances w aid allow, and we
have no fear that the party will be
defeated in tho approaciiing elec
tion. The Democratic majority in
the House may U reduced, but its
working power wid not be im
paired. For our p.. r we n ,-ily for the
eampaigi. I",. on national qnes
tiorm the Democratic parly oiin
c.imiwe rn-uni.H witii ai: other po
litical organization, :nl on State
i-Miien we hew to 'he iitie. "Lay
en McD :lT, :u'd d ...li e.; be he who
ti.f ei'-., .... d ogii
There are no two productions of
the so;l anon which farmers, and the
people generally, depend more for
well l.Vfjg thau w ieac and cotton.
Wheat is t'r.. monev crop of the
West, C) I ' lb-- niioiey crop of the
i'pver before h wo these articles
been so low in the markets never
have the produc i- I uud so little
to reward the.o .'or their labor.
Farmers in the We.- are feeding
wheat to then hogs, aud, if prices
do not advance, ciiou will be p?r
n. ' d to co: -a ttiD tields before
Winter :s over.
Tr.is condition of atr.nrs presents
a woeoul illustra.ioa of the Home
Market theory on which the Mc
Kiniey law is based.
The McKmley tan If cut off a
large part ot our trade with Europe
ty laying prohibitory taxes on many
articles wmeh .e ud 10 pm chase
fiom that outi'iy. S long as the
trade went on ti e.e w.,s a lively
Earopeau demand 'or o.ir products.
The operation o' the McKmley law
induced the o.-o..'; m ivarope to
look en-ewiieie .or f',,'ir supplies.
No people will buy Hi-: e 1 1 ley cau.
not sell, ana the i.a..,i,o .in demand
'1 -S C lUS.-Hl
,i;i:l cot ; on fields
: : , , :n w b icti Ku-
ment of t hi
ot S )Uth Amei ;
rape now ilrav.
. I' s;ii'h are the
But we are a
e , r i '11 a to 1 -1;
a , w o if
i a : icl
::.e.i with the
..;s very much
ii-y la ?
iiat is la
0 a hs'
t-r. si.i.p'y because it
e rei..-:. It does not
v. the oppressive load
es a part 01 it. It is not
gives US sr.:
take awa ;
bat it remr
what we wanted, 1: is the best we
txuld get. A mau his two sacks of
corn on u.ssaouiuer. lie staggers
under tue load, but if oue sack is
removed he goes on rejoicing. A
poor hungry mau wants roast baef
for bis dinner, bat if he gets bread
and bntter he eats it with satisfac
tion and thankfulness,
We accept the Senate bill just as
any sensible man taker anything.
It is the best we couid get.
During the debate in the House, j
after Mr. Wilson had made a ruoet
patriotic speech ;ti which he grace
fully surrendered his own darling
measure and accepted the Seuate
bill, itr. Ileed taunted tho West
Virginia statesman oa hia failure
autl said ,i :s in
bill. Tli Wil-oi! I
'.' tin ( i M I Till Ii
A Kt'i'iii'l I.-: i
Ot'tll" i 'll'l
sjica k h Hi
N , 1 1 II I ) ' 1 '
If I ! UN! . " "
popr-- " : '
t tin' "( i ,. in, -.n K
W h , I vcr u i--, Uin
l'i o: ei" ion f'.iulit it.
i:i ;on sh-i t ii,. m it,
.-. and hi.- a- In'io
Nimtu: io SfUAtorH
i li ir buniKiis nod pro-
Irl. n, Is
ery )r- .
uDil it, lr.
tred l r in
tfcted i; :n
i irid. 'I'll.'
I.ki r ii'in --It is
riv in no' hi- ti.i lf :u
i ii.i d 1. 1- w-.i.l.l hi', lilit
I I. riiit'd hutlm and a
. :unl Wi' 1 1 Ust 1 ii .tt lie
; i In I :im i
I iu li.iH i r
Miinid i) il
i wlii row u (
tO it VIOI""U8 UlrtU-
be a LltsMiijg to the
( 1 (;kkssio.w. ( amuhatfs
Some lin.e ago the Hon. John
S. i eiuli 1 on w i- renominated in
thedlnilli- hit he has nerved so
long and ell. He is a repre
Keutative o! anotn ati .-tale might
well ie proud. He is indeed ! he re
presentative d the state at large
ind f very pec.tio:i has the benefit
of his large ex pei lence and com
J'lie ,I i.'NAl- is gri tifid at the
reniiininai'.on of Mr. Branch in the
fiisi disttn-'. He has not attempt
ed to mak a display in the House,
Out be h is oeeu a f.iihinl repre
sentative of liis people iiud a nonnd
and mil, ilt ring Democrat. We
'rust that he will be elected by an
It is l. lie-, .-d that Ci aw ford and
Woodard 1 he returned to the
l'h 1-y are true nii-ii and
i deserve the thanks aud the en
dorsement of their constituents.
1 Mr. Rower has been renominated
and will gain au easy and deserved
Messrs Sha v, Graham and Cooke,
the Democratic nominees who have
not served a term in Congress, are
worthy staud rdbearera of the De
mocracy. In the Wilmington district, now
represented by Mr. Alexander,
there are a number of candidates
for the Democratic nomination,
any one of whom would reflect
honornpon the state.
We believe that North Carolina
will have a solid Democratio dele
gation in tbo next Congress. The
fears that some have expressed
are an wort by of patriots and
good Democrats. Uur cause i
jast, and the spirit of oar people
is invincible. We will elect oar
candidates, bestow honor on the
Republic aud hasten the return of
prosperity to oar beloved state.
Senator Walsh's View on the Tariff
. Washington, Aug. 14. Senator
Patrick Walsh, of Georgia, said to
a reporter of the Southern Associ
ated Press to day:
"The Senate bill is essentially
a compromise measure It represents
the best that could be attained
daring the present session, and the
attainable should always be accept
ed by, conservative men in matters
of legislation. This bill is such
an improvement on the McKmley
law that there ought to be no
question amoug tariff reformers as
to its beneficial effects upon the
business interests of the country.
The Senate bill is a long step in
the direction of the removal of
protective duties. It is the be
ginning of the end of the fight for
tariff reform. It is a compliance
witn th spirit of the pledge of the
Democratic party aud the contest
will go on until the letter is also
No Democrat should fail to
accept the Senate bill as the very
best thing in the shape ot tariff
legislation that could be obtained
trom the Senate as at present
constituted, with the parties so
eveutly divided in the Senate.
Democrats should rejoice that
even such substantial progress
should have been made in the re
duction of duties and the removal
ot commercial restrictions.
Had the Democrats been united,
it was possible that the liepubli
cans conld have filibustered inde
finitely and thus have prevented
tanlT legislation daring the present
''In place of damning the Senate
bill with faint praise, and bringing
it into ridicule and contempt, the
Democratic press should use its
lniluence to create a just public
opin.on as to the real merits of the
Senate bill. When properly pre
sented as the best measure of
tari If relorm attainable, the con
servative sentiment of t he country
will settle dowo to the conviction
that very substantial progress has
been made in the direction oi real
tanil reform and freer trade with
all the nations.
'Those who have been denounc
ing the Senate bill as McKinleyism
in a modified from should bear in
mind that it was impossible for the
Democratic majority to do other
wise than adopt a compromise
measure, Great reforms are not
accomplished in a day. Protection
has been ixistence thirty-three
years, ana it wiil taKe time to re
move it. Tne tree h:is been lopped
of Its branches a d iimbs. The
trunk and tm- noti will be cut
down anu uprooted i.-fore the ad
ministration of President Cleve
land draws to a close. The Demo
cratic part.- will go before the
country n the record it has made,
and it is confidently believed that
it will be tnumphautly endorsed
by the popular verdict at the .oils
in the elections this fad foi mem
bers of Congress.,,
The Stock Yards Strike Over.
Chicago, Aug. lb The strike
at the stock yards was declared
off this morning. f'-.e men agree
to return to woik ..: firmer wages.
Out ot 2,00d meu who asked for
work only fifty were accommodated.
Jackson Ready to Fight Corbett,
New York, Aug. 1G. Peter
Jackson said to-day he was willing
to accept the offer of the National
Sporting clab, of London, England,
for a fight with J. J. Corbett to a
finish for 315,000. He did not know
until to-day that a fight to a finish
conld be had there, but now that
he knows it, be is anxious to bring
it off. An American referee will be
shut his win; in: ..
Hu-iMiMl'i leriililr .MltiiUe
l(rivo Him inmn
K ' in , m. M icli.. An:
i ' rofvoutf, a o" .': ; f a : iiu'i
viiig in l-'crtrif.'- town.tuip, Hhnt
and instantly killed hia wife early
I ihlw inornnig. Win n tli' storm
i broke Mth ProN'Oin awoUe und
; left 1 1)0 nivl tn rinii' an open win.
dow. Her huflbaiid wan awiikeio-d
by t ho cloning of tbo window, .nd.
eeein g his wiet'a shadow, minion,
her for a burglar. He fired a ho:
, from his revolver, wiueli wa ui:u
I l.ill- k.ll t i.
iii.-i il.U'n , Llltl nail ) 111; '.III",.:
his wife's lienrt. Sin
irt. fshe evi'i.u
"Frank, jou have shot rue.'
sank to the lloor dead. Mrs.
teous was only twenty livt
old. Her husband is almost ii
over the accident.
OHIO POl'l LISIS.
Coxey, of Army Fame Wonlil -.,.1 : fi
Mute Ticket lint for t he !'. i Ii 1:
h i Waius to he CoiiLiiesMiiaii .
Columbus, Ohio, -Vug. Id. I'm 10
are piohably , 50H people tiielu ling
delegates and visitors at Ihe l'-p:i.
list State convention in Xei ;
grove uear the city to day. The rep
reseutation is sectional rather than
general, however, and a uuuiber of
Congressional districts are not
presented to all, C. 11. Mai tin, who
was chosen secretary oi the Mc
liride State L-ibor cornmit'ee, was
made tern porar. secret:i;-., indica
ting that a fusion will he made. J.
S. Coxey arrived this morning mid
is the central figure in t he conv , .
tiou. If he were not a candidate 1 ,t
Congress, he would no doubt '
chosen to lead the State tmki t. T:
work of the morning session wns
prelim i ".ar y for the iiiom p 11'
Kl filMM KOHltl.VS DIIIH.
Referee anil 0 p out-n t Ail
I'laced finler Arrest,
Omaha, Neb., August 11.
Fletcher Kobhn.s. the pugilist, if
Plattsmautb, Neb., wlm fought
with Jimmy Liudsey, of O'lmha.
August 1Kb, at the lormer city, dr-d
at 12:2o this morning of injuries
received dm iug the mill. Seconds
Kotliery and O'Neil, and Jifl'eiee
Griswold were all arrested in 0;na-
ha tn Hav and tfllpn tn Plattrtmnnri.
for a preliminary hearing. Lindt-ey
was arrested Inter, and taken to
Position of our State Troop Located
Raleigh, N. C. Aug. 11. Cols.
Kenan and Tate and GeD. Gaston
Lewis returning this afternoon from
Gettysburg. The position of the
Sixth and the three days of the
battle were accurately located aud
markers placed. These gentienien
were handsonely entertained by
Governor Pattison at the camp of
the Natioual Guard of Pennsylva
nia at Gettysburg.
Two Jiegro Brutes Lynched
Jacksonville, Fla.. Aug , i.i.
A special to the Times-Union from
Luraville, Fla., says: The two tie
groes who outraged Miss Potts in
Lafayette county a lew days ago
were canght near Macllpm early
this morning. They confessed their
guilt and were carried to the scene
of their crime and lynched.
Miss Potts, the victim ot the
negroes, is only 11 year old. She
was assaulted ou August Gth, aud
left unconscious iu the woods. She
recovered and dragged herself
home aod told what happened.
Since then possess have been in
pursuit of the brutes.
Mis Potts' mind has been affect
ed by her terrible experience and
it is thoaght that she will never
The Hnff Disease A Long Enduring
Animal Planting1 Fall crops.
Whether or not it is cholera none
of os know, hogs are not attacked
iu the same way every time, neither
does the disease progress alike in
each case; some have hot fevers,
others seem to have no fever Dut
bowel trouble; others still seem to
have a form of the same disease
we people are having, a kind cf
head and throat cold. Thus far how
ever the result seems to be about
the same. Whatever the symptons
may be, the result is generally
death, sometimes speedy sometimes
There is one case in our midst
however, that seems to be chronic;
one long brown animal of the femi
nine gender, (no other gender could
have endured so long), was at
tacked 40 days ago, quit eating aud
soon became uncomouly lean. Pnar
aoh's lean kine perhaps were never
so poor, This brown bow continues
to lire move anu grow, but grows
thinner every day.
Most farmers know that there
are many quacks and remedies, for
the so called hog cholera; this brown
animal has been subjected to most
of the remedies, and some of the
quacks. She has eaten enough car-
bouo acid, to disinfect a whole com
munity for a short time, doses of
salts, quinine etc., but up to date
she hai with stood both disease awd
remedies; and though eating seems
to be a lost art with her, yet she
lives and moves.
She seems to be blind jand deaf,
and perhaps dumb, as she never
squeals when medicines are admin
istered as some children do.
If it were not for the curiosity of
seeing to what extent hog endur
ance, conld be extended, this ani
mal could be bought qoite chtap.
out fin- is not far sale just yef, ow
ing io the scarcity ot swime in on.
midst since about 10c have died.
I learn there is a farmer around
somewhere that says be never failed
on hog cholera, now if there i
sucn, ana ne wants to try u;s .-K a,
if he will call at the Beilair Store,
he can find this animal of long en
durance, iu less than five minutes
w!tt. but if an one wishes to get
a chance at the sick animal to iry
his skill as bo.r doctor, we would
advise him to come at ouce. as tier
life is not insured.
This animal may turn the beam
at 200 lbs uext Christmas, hut if she
does, there must '.a wonderful im
The disease seems to be most
fatal to pigs atout one or to:
Fatmersare busy planting the
fall crop of potatoes and turnips.
There will not be as many pota
toes planted about here this fall
as were planted last fall, it seems.
Shiloh'i Catar.h Kemedy. A marrol
ous cure for Omtarrh, Diphtheria,
Canker mouth, and Headache. With
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
Injector for the more luooessful treat
ment of these oomplaints without extra
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trate ami .u.
ijlliife IS ;l !1.
1 i.i licitl 11!"
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e jit. 1 '-
be a ill umiije; . "
..In my loini.
"Where ne.;; .'
"Ju a prin'.ii'.o
1 I! g
regular -vut i t
A' luy last
" How u ere t i
Jv !..( ..; diva-
cent, my clu '
a brick, a la:
eye, and a, ii
each hand ;
ducted to ii-
ilIlow il d
rub'n'd down with
i piaster over (;;ch
vv H.iiiM'le ease in
! k ;,o v
. ! was cou
: i w is a door.
i .. ! a coal
is ! -urnping
II: . -'slOli
li -ek. "'
being bl:u;! ? "
"By first f-tep;.'
ccncle, aud atto.
my head on the d.a
'; 11 JW gal ned o:
"15v benefit ut iu
H ad you the required cheek
"i u:id not; b:!t !! had tn :
pocket lor ::ie."
"How were you received?'
"Oil tl:o tdiarp toe c:' a boot, ap
plied to rriv natural trousers.'
"What rit to: teach ia, v '
"Not to I 'd ar '.tnd too mil,.::.'"
"What hapo'Cued next.'''
"I was set down on a Ciike ol ice
and asked it I pal i
can tile reports."
"Your answer ?"'
'.Not if I kuow ni
H-if, I don
; n in. lie
a of a g-
"How were you i e
1 was put Ptraddl
made "Jx I and ttotto
around the room by
brothers, a'.d tl.eti .
of the lilt bowc'
" nine time
r g'-; in ; o.:
i iur: he
instruct iens . ' '
"How did hein-tru ; ou?"
"To approach a ciisto ner j ti ticce
upiigh: regular t;t. with my bu-.-nes-s
card extended at right angle-,
my arms forming a p-; fi-ct Mpi . i c."
"How wer" cii iheti d't-posed
"I was again seated on a c ci
ice in front of a uaj goods bos and
made to take the follow :.g horri
ble and binding oath:
"I, Charles S. llobmHtut. do here
on and herein most evi ri aat i rt -y
and diabolically swear by , e
Great Bob Tail Flnli
never reveal and ah", a
the trade secrets I can
and benefit of this mo
der. And I further s .-.
Bald Headed .lack of (
will never give, c irve.
take or cut : ce.- beh
rates. And 1 further
Pipers 'hat plaved be
g ; i :
to never have any commercial deal
ings with any man or his v,ife, sis
ter, grandmother, old maid, aunt or
uncles, unles:'- the;.', he, t.he or n is
sound on the goose. Ji ndiiig my
self under i:o other penalty than to
have my gripsack i-lu from top to
bottom, my dirty t iiiri and socks
taken out ami my i crura; ion re
moved and buried ip. ine nver at
everv : v. o aii
e o Os
. r;o: 1 ,
a your rep
ou tht u behohl'
"A copy of Dt
scale-, in our
pounds of CO!
the o : h e i" -
' v hat did
,e t-'- ih':
ftli-'C l:i't?-.'t t:
Tiie Othe: i lii
Di.l this -
; iiat i ue !.. ."
a i o. a n il ci t'di I o
; : ia- t ; a e- a iatii ne
rwett ot banki UptH."
'.cli you any lesson"?"'
Taagh- me the 1 ict
a i a sreucrabv -o
"Shake, bro'hoi". '
be off or from .'"
"lOth. if 1 i'a!l liO:I(
enough to get out of :of
"ll.i ve ou any cigars
"(live ' !!; to ire -."
"I did .an so rcce. v
-r 'v:i 1 a i m par;
"IlO.f Will Oil dispose Ot' 'till:' "
n sixtv davs time or L' ii.t cent
cash, t ... "h "
"Ail right, bego-
"No, begiu i ..
"Set 'em up."
"Ihe words and --gn a-e right.
Urother Cro.k-i, be ,- . aid wide
and all woo!, and. ;. mi ..-:, in-', oa
Brother ' rook-ton and I each lent
the chap So and he left wit h many
tlianna and kind wishes,
"Now you can pee by this what
a help it is to a leller when he gets
r ii .
iliil.lll I.i I'M l'i'
. I ' 'N, Aug. '.
'. ' Iroui M
x , atl- ! r
a poji,:. ;
!' s a:!
Sa to! ! S !l.
io g- w if ii ;
o s, .,:id ;
:' 1 t:i :llen '
ll.l K 'H'i ,a I' !: : :;
';1U lie ( s
. H C. A-g. . i'he
tuoer., , : c oa . on lion
i l.T"Mi;i.. :
Hi.iil 1 )!. .
(lay man a
(love; io i i
Lit'U" ,.: a aii t
ti ah-nt to el
e i e t of : ! . .
ll .( mi '1 t i J. 1 1. '.Ui s
d Id. 1'irn ioertii a n
' .nvrnor. This :s
o :o:. as tbo (;aa.
cr as im- hav.og
wi'h t..e eioatiiO)
:H:k:i '-vdi be noun-
i oi mar;, to be held Aug.
. Pope, ili0 Jicr n;!o: tJe.T,
gos ..hat I't'aus.was I'C'n: ". ,o- d
ring and wid i ot a-, a!-'
the result of ! ;:e coi.vt i: " io'. .
I Will go before the people a
; primary. The C0!i"eet;t:i- ado
the Oca! a platform a.- :ts t--i
! - .
Iv.ans is otiiy '! years id-
aiithor of th' Di:tpc;is:;ry
.1 a pc'itic'.ai) ot the Til.
China ami .lajiau Vi'i-I". .Vatch
V.CTOKIA, V. (' , Au:.:. if.:.
tttl papers wulcl.
l-i'.-:: ti i'-t-V.-,!
, oy the Tacotna ji'i-rd.:y dilfei
I :i:i to rue relative stiersgih of J .join
land China, bnt the opiaion.s p-e.
'vaiiihaf. aH co)-;:d;-;a : -'ay are
jori t'.ra').'y tipia! let!:: -. i . : va.
i will ,v "-at -he i v:u
he ti:ot occasirii 'Than teei armor
.'d vePHtds W:
k' ngi.au papera in Jctpafi
the claim of Japan to
naval victory in the fir.-1
ment, an the ves, '-- i-ntn.
i n no way eqrt:'.'.
The King o! Sia'ti wa-
to be dead whci'i the T,l..orm
ar.d he:- M j--t ' : lea1.
Kaiiler had g0e oio Sit:
That t;:e Wvottru world knows
mora about the Ciiean situation
than cau be loanied either in Hong
Kong or Yokohama was the
verdict of pa.ai. '.'tiger on il.e
Tacoma after looking orer tn,. late
d?spaf-h in !ac-l papers.
DEMOt RATIC W.VTl HViOUDS.
IVhich no Man tan ('ainsav. Einiiiatiiiz
From it - I'urP-t aud Ablest Men.
Iu every campaign there are cer
tain worde aod )ii:a-cs whicfi be
come the Watch wo: ds of the times,
and which, ex-jicise great inllnencc
m mould iig the oji'iiionw of the
ooopie. Tbo follow ing sentences
hould be kept belore the people.
"Demociitcy iu immortal. The
word Democrat stands lor iluuian
liberty and liumau freedom aud
cannot d.c.'' Z. 15. Vance.
'T undertake to say that if r
i emocracy) has no higher rms-
o'.i than to bow at the foo'--toa
orsnip At tb! Hbriiie ot t
liated wealth of the couar:
i".' it uiet-i rde beiit r.
I iader.-; and Dcnioct.o v
- tnjiathy with r.iie ; .
; le cf the con', ' : .
nd Democracy ; i ;, .
'o p: otect the pro' .-, y o
ill. Oe. :
: at at me me : : -lato
the i. h v, a; -i
luliiili t.'ie i i!
elite tia; .ve- !;!
diet tilkes to ii :'
ttnii better life
' T. d.
"If the 'elOU. l'i io.0(i(i that were
taiinii in the t ri asury when -Mr.
; r:i-on come into ihe i'resiilen
ii.a cfiieo bad been j udiciouidy
n tbe.--e woaldi bo no neeessd
" day for levying a ton on sugar."
:. Adam s spceidi.
e m clar.- it to oe a tuncarm v.
-' tai priuc!;-'.- ' the D-mocta.
ri p .tiy that tti" iederat g.iver'mi' a -.
! haa no ce.natuntioual po.ver to ;a- ,
., pose ami collect tariff duties except ,
i (or the pnrooses of revenue only,
'a:-'! we deinand that the coHcttiiori
ci such taxes shall ne hoiked to
t,:c necessities government when
honestly and economically adminis
tered." The National Democratic .
Platfoim adopted at Chicago .Mine
"When this goveruiuent gets to
ji oi.it where, under wise legisla
tion we can pay our current expen-
.'.ad our national ilcbr. i rlo not
heiiovo that it i.i just to the people ;
ol i he country to i.iy one mate of tax
ca the necessaries of life. Mr.
vVe siiouUi a; close our ens to
-ait i'aor. i hat iian ison began hist
administration with (Ml,i '00,0'K) in
tn-; treasury and that on the -tth
C iv ot' March 1 s! ..! (.'ieveland found
tait na'urial debt increased, and.
toe treasury bankrupt. With -ti dj
strong facts in baud let every iom
ocrat enter the campaign wiai it
bold front feeling sure of victorv.
,o la. laic: - A 1 .i.iin. e ju
ani h:u oa-buiided.
' -' . J Cr
. 1 ; . iv. .-ani ii
'..'-it. . . ; 1 .
; : (Mis:. :o s
iires I ; ' .r; :;
teeth in;,- tt '..
itori.i ;:-.:::. ii.ito ti:e !'...
.d I'Owv s, ;;:-in lieulthy :i:i:i
1.' is i.'.- 'hillrcis Ia:,r.eeii--t '
: n- ' T .
-ill .' .
an a,. 'ri 1: .
,.; .v !..':i :n- ,t.
.8 , F-EVEHTiVE
: -,. 'rice l y uiil. p-Ue J
. Lvi, oi C Liei. ior
F. S. DUFFY, Druggist and!Direct ffQm ?he Ig.
OE K. WILLIS
f ; A $
Ii !1 o a -i
J tew X .
..i 'i i ! jfami
IEW BERNE, M. X
'vlf r 8o!icitd and given prop".- at-
r.erif.on, with gatmtai
L'uaran: s-eil .
VITAL TO iHHQGD.
I Dn. E. v. vaisi .s y.v.iw :-: ant- nn.uN r::.. :
1 MENT, a epc !!'. Kir :iy,a,-r m. lczz:a- . Ti'-.
j rnigia, II, - ii.. :-..-, N'.-rvuu l-r",-'.: al i. ,c ' , i.i. --a 1 I
i Ricehol or I, i:,',-,., Wiifipfuili.'s, M.'oti.l or';. r,-. -
I Softt-nii: of iirtiiii, a,i!-i!itr in-.nitv, mi ,v rv. cte.
j rioHth, l'rclilturo Oi l Act. li.irri-i.ni'; ; "l r.-
I'. Aver in ..ith-T 5f I;;:o- . u. ; . i.our- .r, Iil ..i, i ::, .
Female W.'iiku.'M'. J:e.',..u:-a:iry i-,.--'--. Sj. -o-n- '
torrhri'Q i'Du-i1.! ly ... -: -" - iTi-.-u n: l,: ."!, s,-:'.
nbuo, over-In,tuii.'eii. -. . i::.,.itli's rr;ii.:;"nt. -1. :
0 for S, 1)J' mail. With ..-..,! r.itr for.". O. ., with .
will rouil writter. irujrHit'o to refund if 'e-r .-nri'-l.
Oumaiiti-eL issuerl l,y ntitit. WEST'S LIVLK i'lLI.S
rurMS.Sii.-k Hn.1aoli.', Bi'i .uii.-s, 1 Ivor i;j!a;aaillt,
s. ;:r St. eon. h, Liy-pc)Mii tiu.i Cousaj.atlon.
(.I'.ii-.A.'.rirs isiBi'd only by
1." TirvrV nnio-o-ict. nnd
x . .J. is K. J- ,
Sole A rent.
: v ji
A hie" iot ol DKI VI NCI ocFAl'i 1 1 oi -es im Hire. Sale or I-'xehange. Farm and ANragrf" Mules
.-3,-.! yjf I
WA(iON JV' F A I I CJV'l'Ifr-J.
Also im- lliindi.dpli and Long light Buggies.
Pi ices Low for Cash or Negotiable paper.
.3 lr.:3 W TsT
' K i '.1 fflj
r3 w Kna
;ali!'."'i prv ,-ription for lufants
: .ifltiii'r C); lorpliino nor
r. It 5 ;4 : ifiiilcss substitute
- ..,:;;: Syr:'. . :::: Castor Oil.
i l'i y years' use by
1 iliiI('.'.!r:j,i -. V.V-rms and allays
j.rc-'ioiits :in:ti Sour Curd,
Wind Colic. ; a; toria relives
s riati: it 0 ; :id llatulency.
I, r-'frnl :'.. (tie htomach
;il sleep. Cas
'.1 - .. . : 1 a.l.ip''ltorliilriren (h:
. : i, .1. . 1 , .1 K.ii.1. ,' i.rKcriptioQ
I' A. A ", niit, M. D.,
: : 1 : . i; . i . t - i.ruoklyn, N. Y.
ur ;1'v,;.,'i.Lk'' i.'i tho rhihiron's depart
a.. : 1 -. : -..u, 11 lug'"1'- of their eifxri
i. 1 :r ..uUiue iira-ctioo with Castoria
., i ulf. . " only luiYe anio:.,: . '
. 1:: L I, , .."n ii, o . I
Il .; I ,
al. A I. Il.'il-F.r'Rjinr,
li- itiin, M.l..
A Car Load ot
j. C; Alf l ,A )Ai) O
right olf the farm in
: Louisianna, from first
1 Also a. ('oil stor-l- ol i ,1 her 'C. mi.
a 'cries and farmers smoilies. for sale
jehciip. Call and see me, it will
'PREPARE TO KEEP COOL."
Has.liist Keccicil a Supply of
Li.irhfniiiy Ice Cream Freezers
Ice Cream Freeen
rii i i:
j T c v
i IN O. XS. J aSC 4
j , , .
i Craven fr"tiit.
nrm F W TT TTTH T ft
- -f-r- . S. s,v
' " " 'w
- - Arm --"-J ? :
i!nS ' -.t. -v-?s
South Front Street, Opjiosite Gaston lionse, New
. ... 1
Dr. E. H. GOLDBERG
Ollice Henry Ruiltling.
Mi. idle street. hot u ecu Bro.'i.l mid Pollock
X'.irtl. K iii,.ii..i 1 , I. Mi'"li ,.,!'. I
Now Borno. N".
lacksonville, Onslow County N ('.
! SURGEON DENTIS5.
j OrHoe, Uiddl ptrett. opponlte Itaptiff
I deo8dwtf NEWBEBN. N. O.
j DR. J. D. CL AEZ -
j K W BRHRK,
Office on Crsven street beiween I'ollock
j nd Broad.
!J. H. BENTON, M D., LDS.
rrni'tlt-' limiU'.l o
' M-i'iiti ti nm JAv
liHiiicitl Int i h t r v
' -; ami lfiil;il r i rtry.
, . Ii 1 r ii c t i 1
' ' " JL witlH.nl .:')n !.y 1lH'
K -it tiling in the Jiiiu of DuntiHti lon' In
tin' best Btylr. SiLtitiLCtion K'ltLitini ( I.
1 ifTU-t;, foiiHM' ot Middle street un-t Kedoral
Alley, op onito iiaptUt church.
P. H. PELLETIJ
J T ! v; Y A ". V
Pollock , 'not. First room i,ov. Karm
ur' & Vlercdiatit'n l':n 1.
,'nc Miie I xi th 1 no ii oi
f.'lo .1'i:k", (Ir.Hlow muiI !'. .
i ai .1 oil t.Hl lour'-O ..-4
:,l,reii-- -url of tap Hli' ,
vVw i. CLAitKL.
Ollice, 72 South Front street op
posite (iiiston House.
jieal Estate Aj;eut.
New li -rnv, N. ('
'"oae.ections. New Y ti k
Boston and Canadu.
Do you want to boj f
Do yon want to noil T
100,000 Ai res of Land in h:md for riin
pos;il. l.tiUO Acres, Trent road. G miles nfcily.
Timber and Truck.
BY BUYINGI YOUR
J. J. TolsotVs.
WITH THE CASH
Prices wiP surprise
ffStables free to our
HOO.OOO Hard Brick at
prices to suit the times.
S.H. & J. A.Meadows Go
Berne, N. 0.
New Berne Weekly Journal (New Bern, N.C.)
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