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Th TUInaa DiapenMrr oratory
WoRTtnr Or consideration.
The St. Louia Uepubl ic is mukrng'
a hrd fight to solve the question
for the Democrats, of how tin? silv. :
sr.d anti-silver factions of the jiartv
can get together, so that some defi
nite understand ing on the currency
plank may bo established before the
delegated are elected.
If this can b- done, the 1 t-m.
crane party cium go ;:.: tne -am-
1 the si lenient of
matter what iiva!
. otil'l prose i-.f
AMI THE SIMM Nil COUNTIES.
1 1 mil -lUitiaaamiiSdSSStm
m TILLMAN'S OOTBRM
BOQUE SOUND CORRESRONDENEC
Ptrsonals and Other Happening o. tho
Neighborhood Briofly Told.
w '," ; I paJgn unite-i, an
bat it hu too mncL rd j m it to U cndidate. no
M pUteUe to tb eenMoriki iMie.jri migilt
. , .little i onseunetuv.
- thb u uf ppij ia dc- ,otMof the p;irtv
maud had it ffect on ti ,jnc ofJCOUIltrv
"TcoUoa thk jer, the Trg port( The" Rennblir i
Tla tine t&o acaaori began bing j form whiCU ,
laat JT. togetiier. part of an act pajweii bv
t h ro'.i ch"'.: "
;rt pari-.l p
i j t w e k , Hi
1 i. a:' i it u -I.
; l "! the 1 it tie y ii i n
M r. J. I . I'igott has
I hi if i if h: farm to hi:
law. Mr. W. W. Weeks.
Mr. M. A. t ii'ibreth. the excellent
I'lmtoijrapher. is located at Dr. J.
.mders for weeks. His wife
i daughter. Miss Annie, are with
t on and ii t tl
In all there were some "Jj speeches,
songs and dialogues and they were
all very good indeed. There were
no examinations in stu lies, so we
couldn't tell which was best in that
line. The evercises closed by a
I short address to school by your
",u j scriptaker o:i the great importance
The exercises being over, candies,
nutg and apples were distributed by
the teacher to his school and visi
tors: altogether it was an enjoyable
Personals Sickness and Religions
(Continiud from page Fourth.)
Ilattie White went down
t. or.gn ss, arc
ovs or von w
! a4 follows :
It is herebv declared, to
policy of the United Suu
. THB U. S. Treury deceit
t&n aJ eno halt million !
tb Juhultj itAtement, with a total
for Uk 0eI JJr or nineteen mil-, tjnuo the use of both, goid
liOU, Twn nb w inuicsue iu4jver M standard niouw
acmi legislation for rtenue wo'iW Iqc both gold and si
not bc oat Of plc in onrjt Jar- mouey of eji:al and
inj thi IfTOU. I iu. exchangeable value.
V . j equality to be scUred through
SxXA.TOftil.1. dioitr i fst b-1 ternationai airreement, or bv :
cotaia a. thin ot to tut ad will
xa bo timplj tntdition&l if the
Tillman' ar to ooonpj teuta in thia
oce rerpectad aod august bodj.
8aaiorial eoortea; and the senator
tal pitch fork eau hardly work to-
KrPORTS Insa Arkanaai iudica
. that thai SUto will gt luO.OOO tet
tlera duriny 1890, and thia i Urge
. - It dao to rood and iiva adertiing
o tbo SlaX adfaatagee of rlimaU
and toil. . North Carolina baa aTery
thia acaaarj for tbo new aettler.
but ta too eonaerratiTalj ttingj to
-peai timo tad money in setting be
fore, tha world her poatibilitie.
Thy Congressional dabblers in in
tarnauobl politic hare made theui
eelvea rkiicnloaa before the people
. - of tha country. . The bombaatio talk
oo tbo Armenian . reaolationa, and
raolrea to sand the American war
ahipe, through tb Dardanelles, to
show, oar contempt of all Europe.
id in itriking contrast to the mod
eration, expreaaed for the Cubans and
their can so. ,
Tan moTrment on foot amwc
leading negToea in thia State and
Alabamay to build cotton mills, with
" capital enntribotad by negroes, and
to bo operated by aegroei?, will be
N watched with interest, with no gen
eral expectation of iu success. As
jet, the nejTO seems to lack in the
requisite patience, and the kind of
4fiaea repaired of cotton mill
' CbXGsxsst aK Harry Skinner de
. ciea tho truth of the story that
there is any jearrel between Sana tor
Batler and himself. The democrat
io preea aeema to taink that origi
namg' snch stories ia political wis
dom. , Tnoreis too much of a ten
dency aatocg certain' newspaper
to try and make the public behere
tbat tho "other fellows' hare each
other by tho oars, with no good ba
ai: for toch assertion.
ILkSTSJUr Korth Carolina has been
treated in the last fe dajs with
two verdicts, tho Kinston m-
. eendiary Cases, and the Washington
s. wife of
safegnards of legislation as
maintain the paritv in value of
coins of the two metals, and the
equal Rwer of every dollar at it!!
time in the markets nd ;n the
payment of debt. And it .s here
by further deciared that tiie etTor-
of the government should ne stea il
ly directed to the establishment of
such a safe system of bimetallism as
will maintain at all times the e,uai
power of every dollar coined
sued bv 'he I :' '.a'.es
markew and pav m
There iure! v cai
the above propose--which
fair heal'.)!. Mie
ne I ocor now.
r. K. A. Sanders of
ira, is busv boating
ead ai. i Keaufo;
m i e
la.-t Saturday, but
the one reported
they didn't use
to roast them but
be not h;n
" -wand money
v boon subject
iree sii veritos, r tn
ieople. 1 1 has ai rea
to debate, and been accepted bv Sen
ator Voorliees and other friends of
silver, and alo by the President.
This is a good compromise finan
cial plank, aud one upon which the
warring money Notions of the
Democratic party can stand and
work together for party success.
It only needs a few com -easions
on the part of the democratic silver
and anti-silver factions, in order to
nnite and work without friction
upon the above financial plank.
13ooner mnrder trial, which were
aarpriae to ef err one except the
jarymea themadfes. It is jnst snch
-ver dicta as those which bnng di
credit upon the 3 ory system, make
iaw ana justice a - moccery, auo
arouaa comma nines to tare the lit
into their own hands and deal
directly with, tho guilty parties.
Tkl fear of "costs" seems to be
the deterring factor in the proeecu
tioo of crinuaaJs, especially m Mut-
era Jsortn Carolina. W nea crimes
of any aaagnitade are committed
tito pooplo of tho countries
which soch aro committed, seem
to have -a dread of the expen
sea which tho trials of the guilty
party will inflict apon their coantr
and erimnal who take hastr leave
aro considered well rid of regard
less of tho fact that it is the punish
tseat of crimes which gite safety to
a comas onity.
SxtjuuX of the state papers, and
among there notably the Raleigh
New and Obserrer, are after U. H.
ICarahall Carroll with sharp para
graphs, for what ther claim "abases
of his office . Iu wuat eitent Mar-
ahal Carroll may have 'pashe
these pottv prosecLtions. as to
warrant tho accusation that he has
made his office worse than it was un
der Bspohlicanrule, mast be left
for farther development, not the
Marshal's frieuds in this section i
bo glad to hare snch charges dis
r 1 1 v
: nooo mot oo aw at.
Tho action of the officials of the
SUto Teacher's Assembly, who are
DOW looking a boot with the possible
intention of changing the place of
their present yearly meetings from
More bead City, demands attention
at ones from those interested in
keeping this most important gath
ering xrom trouic ewewnere in me
The people of Wilmington rcry
properly and naturally are working
eTwry poaalolo endeavor to secure
, this Assembly for Wrightsville, and
while Sootfaport has been mentioned
as a possibility, that little city is not
likely to prove a competitor.
Tbo Assembly oEcials want this
early meetjog to take place m the
Eastern part of the State.
' Wrightsville baa many natural
vantages, aod given suitable budd-
toga, which aro not now there, the
teachers would unquestionably eu-
. joy inemselvea, for the location is
' directlr apon the ocean, and easy of
" At Mortheod City there is every
tLiBg in readiness for the A wrobly,
m larzs, rommodioos hotel, and rood
halls for tha meetings, Sailing fa-
cilitiee at More head exceed those of
Wrightsville and the sea bathing
is as good. If it is a little farther off.
It is snnoceaasry to explain here
wby any change should be contem
plated by tho asemblv, the fact is
tho teaoiers were not treated fairly
ai Iforeaead. They have been given
m reception of toleration and in-
d. ffereeco than one of coarteer and ieo. rvenjamiu Harrison in a let-
- A desire to please them. j ter to the chairman of the hopub-
Ti remains with the Atlantic Ho- lican State Central Committee of
THB PRESIDENT AA HUNT.
The political drift is even this
early in the year, beginning to as
same shape and importance, in the
matter of securing combinations for
the respective presidental candidate
by their political lieutenants, in
Thw is largely being done by the
republicans, and tho .South is not
being Deglected iu the seeking for
such favors as local politicians may
think they cau offer to their friends
The republican situation in North
Carolina seems to have become some
what complicated bySenator Hutler's
declaration that this State is for free
silver, and wilt give her electoral
votes for such a candidate us favors
onlr 'ret coinage.
Wilt the republicans accept this
iw an ultimatum is the question. If
they do it means that North Caro
lina will be no held this year for the
Dresidentai nomination seeker of the
It will be on this isoue large
that the suceess of the future fusion
iu North Carolina will depend, fi
there are many- promine; republ
cans in the state wbo wnl not gtv
war to Senator nutter in this mat
ter, as to the entire electoral vote
but it "m too earlv to predict that
ibis question will not be settied 1
a division of the vote.
1 nere are republicans who are
willing to give up the electoral vote
and take the Mate ottieers in ex
change, and it may be that one sid
of the lusionists mav take the pnn
ciplee, in the shape of a free silver
delegation , while the other take
1 ,'.e-e WllS ,:l !)ig
Mr. .1. Weeks ;
not , i. i Le s ) 0: 2 as
bv i ;.e S vai:sburo
ti;e ' in- t i" pretty girls to be sure.
Mis-es Nlageic l-ir.nett, Mamie
Week a;nl Kii.e .'ones were the
. ' most conspicuous among the pretty
.c-e as luniiaj'Tii.
' M.ss M.trv i. S;au:.. n of La(i range
i ;.- teaciiiiii; the public school at
jlccky linn now. Thev say she is a
1 N 1 teacher and ail the pupils
like her very much and the pupils
i are not all that hke her either. She
is boarding at Mr. .1. A. Week's.
Mr. K. N. Hell is having his fine
dwelling repaired at Cedar Point,
(new piazxas. new covering, etc. Mr.
.l. M. Thomas and son are the eon
; t ractors.
! 1'eet brothers big show exhibited
jat Sanders' Store last Wednesday
.night, the "'-'tli inst., to a large and
I appreciative audience. It was
pretty good for a country show.
Tiie post otlice at OccauJ has
changed hands. lr. Sander-, the
old postma.-'er resigued. and Mr.
. A. Coiuv.. , was appointed m
his f tead .
Mr. v. II. C.nioun. who with his
estiuic'e . fe have been boarding
at Mr-. K. N. Hells, has been very
sick, but is tn-tter at this writin?.
lie is a native of New York.
Mr. Clvde Plttman and Mr. G. Y
Tho Happenings of the Village
Messrs. A. II. Dennis, d. O.
I'igoft and lr. J. W. Sanders of
Uce.in. Carteret county: .lack I'earce
and Howard Wright of l'ollocks
ville: M. l.avette Henderson, K. H.
1 lenders-. n of Mavsvilie. .lones
Co., were visitors here last Saturday
Mr. Ceo. Snmrell r f the linn of
Hollister Co., of New Heme, and
Mr. Nicholson of Portsmouth. a.,
weiein town last week.
Misses .Tune Holt and Lucy
Koonee of Stella, are in our village
visiting Miss Carrie Ward. Miss
Hart is the accomplished and beau
tiful daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Dow
Hart, recently of Kinston, N. ('.,
but natives of Des Moines, Iowa.
Mr. Hart has recently purchased a
farm near Stella from the heirs of
the late Dr. Phillip Koonee.
There was a pretty social party
and candy stew at Mrs II . H.
Ward's last Thursday night. A
large crowd of young people were
.gathered there and enjoyed them
selves 'till near midnight.
Mr. Geo. Pollard, wife and child
of Mariners, were visiting Mr. and
Mrs. eo. P. Young and family
here last week.
Pevd's. .1. C. Stevenson and ,L J.
Ilardestv preached for us last Sun
day morning and night. They gave
1 us two impressive sermons to very
large audiences. Hro. Stevenson is
1 j, fine i-peuker.
11..V. J. . Purnett, the P.
did no', come here as rtated
Sunday, owiiiLT to sickness of
Sciio mer Geo. Howes, Hevcridge
master, cleared Saturday last with
; 14. ow foot lumbar for Baltimore,
i from the Swansboro Lumber Co.
i Mr. M. A. Culbreth, the photo
luseirora J-rulay evening to attend
a basket party and returned Satur
Mr. Hugh Lancaster was in Cove
Saturday in the interest of Till.
Jot' k x A I..
Miss ietoria Arnold came out
Sunday to spend a few days with
friends in the village.
Mis .Julia Charlton ret ..rued
from New Heme Tuesday, accom
panied bv Miss Olivia Waters.
Mr. J. H. Critlin's baby has been
'pure siek since Saturday and coi.-
uiiiiis to i;rovv worse.
Key. Dr. Sandford tilled his ap
pointment at Kpworth Sunday
night. Pev. II. Cunningham camp down
Saturday to conduct the (Quarterly
meeting at the Free Will Haptist
church. The services were largely
Pev. C. .1. D. Parker preached to
the people of I 'ove for his first time
Friday night. In the future lie will
coud net services on the fourth Sun
Llay of each month in the afternoon
at ! o'clock.
Dr. 1-1. W. Ward went down to
Jacksonville Monday. j
Mr. and Mrs. John Peaiv. visited
friends at Su-lla last week. ;
heri'T Hell left Monday morning,
going West to purchase stock.
Mr. Hugh Lancaster of Th i:
' Jnr us i., was in town Tuesday.
Dr. G. II. Hughes and Miss An
nie Shepard spent Sunday at Palo-
' DIN i i: A S - l.Ol.h A I
'While to this hesotu
! Cleveland coin has come
to I i:old alone: he cannot, bv
ipse di.xit change the
land, pervert the plain
the Mnglish language,
lican partners in crime.
law of the
who set the
; unrighteous, unlawful example
i which he has so persistently follow
ed and encouraged him in it to the
utmost extent, cannot etcape the
condemnation of the honest, work
ing, business-men of the country as
eojiial partners in his guilt."
"The repeal of the Sherman law,
it was asserted, which was the tirst
point of attack of his "unholy alli
ance," was only accomplished
through the aid and in conjunction
with a majority of the Republican
"This Democrat ic President ac
complished what it was not possible
for any Republican Mvecutivo under
the circumstances to have brought
about. A change of the party in
power had left a large number of
offices in his gift with which to buy-votes."
because of his vanity and obstinacy."
'To make good this charge, ' Mr.
Tillman argues, that when President
Cleveland panic to power in March,
iMto. and could have called the
houses (both Democratic- for the
lirst time since the war) to carry his
policy into ellect, lie did hot pa I
extra session to give the tan tT
form to the people but iusted called
Congrecs together to stop the coin
age ot Silver. I be I're.-nlent lial
waited until the "object h-.-.-on of
the panic man u faet tired to order by
his fellow conspirators had swept
like a cyclone over the country pros
trating all dusiness enterprises and
industries and the newspapers had
howled in chorus in the ears of the
'people the coinage of silver was
the cause of the monetary crisis.' (
Discussing the repeal of the pur
; chiming clause of the Sherman law,
which followed, lie said: "Democrats
'and Rcpuplicans vied with each ether
in the furtherance of the policy
which had been formulated am!
steadily pursued by the Senatoi from
Ohio, aud he has the proud satis
faction of knowing that he has
! brought the party which he so hates
to its knees and has lived to see
many of his old autogonists enlisted
under the banner of monopoly and
class-privileges. Thev sit at his feet
lift no hand to stay tne march, but.
IumI grant t hat on r cunt : , m i i
be spared the enactmt nt of Mich
.-(lies is were witnessed iu Par:. Hi
1 7 V.I. I'll t t he fair (lower of b '.e-t v
planted by Jefferson and the immor
al! i tal declaration of the t:h of July,
re- I 771, watered bv t he blood of on -ed
revolutionary siies under a.-bmg
toii eannot hp uproo'cl or -.moiio-i
oil by the Humous weids of mono
poly and chins priilege without
bloodsleil. A cataclysm which w i ,'
rive us a military despotism m h .i
Ii it v..
ami ilisent hralleil i
come as that vo
the heavens, unles-
ilor su n
we do i
opjiort ui, 1 1 v
bl cat ic
;el;e! a' CO
Mi re to
ui 1 1 1 1 1
1 1 .on I In
, n : k
The Most ram on s Criminal Prssfct
cution Ever Known in tha Stat.
Tin- I '. . :. ' : i 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 im I has
. !. 1 1 1 -iiiul - ai the head
.id 1 1 1 : i ; 1 1 i it,.,:- in the history of
r ,'i ('it. Ima. I lie murder of
Ii 1 1 H. 1 o i j i i i w ai the end of the
olid Jivms James band. Mini it is
nll for Hen n foil county that it had
f-'e ii :i "-'' c t ni i nat ion . While,
I e : : a ; - i 1 ! -' i in i h t have Ix-cn bet-
has. ft, nil
HAD CHARGE OF GRANT'S rARIYI
- r.i i: i:t a u
, ami acKtiowledge his leadership. ;
aim.i.-i.i: sol roHi.or- : ..u-i.,. ,i, ,i.
1 1 v ii lii c . n nan: ii I e L l I It: l l il-. !
T I-: N" . :, ii acknowledged majority of men,
Nor did Senator Tillman spare open and outspoken in their deter- i
Secretary Carlisle in his scat hi ng m i nation to stand by t he win tc ni'jtal '
arraignmueht. He had been speak-j and they were eleete 1 on that ii-sue.
ing of the parity between gold and j Hut the process of debauchery began. ;
si'ver, and then he said: I ' ote according to my will or you j
'The object was to have them j wil 1 have no ollicps.' 'Vote neord ing j
assist each other: to hold silver up to niv will and if your people do not
bv holding gold down, and an j like it I will take care of von.' '1 he
honest Secretary ot the treasury newspapers raveo ami aiuiseii me
should have resigned h is ollice rather Senate. Hankers telegraphed and
than submit to tha dictation of a wrote. Chambers of comm -rep pas
besotted chief; would have paid out'sed resolutions, and slowly the Sen-
silver to protect the treasury irom ate yieioea. in tin days tne opci
v. Mr. Tripp tilled his regular
up to K
w-.... i i , and picture taker, now at Dr. San-
i. f i:.. :, ..: :., tv. i ders . will be in our berg soon to
Vr'fP. Ill L 1 N 1 M l. V 1 I '
take our pretty physioggs.
Arrangements are said to hav
been perfected for the construction
of a tire huudred thousand dollar
cotton mill in Rutherford Couutv
I he late or the senate tree oomag
bill m the Hunt is not uncertain
Ic has been referred to the Com
mittee on Vavs and Means, where
ill die. or if brought into open
session will te killed by vote.
Keport from Arkansas say that
streams are hiener than for vears
LutC and fears of ereat dam aire are
Philadelphia wm visited early
Sunday morninz bv a disastrous
conflagration. The Hazetire ant
American liaptist t ubn.-ation build
ings were destroyed. Loss two nu
Through V. S. Minister Terrei
lue Itovernment has demanded an
indemnity of one hnn dred thousand
dollars of Turkey to pay for the
losses of American Missions ;n
The Silver bill passed the I
Senate on Saturday by a maj
vote of seven.
It is now a disputed iUestion
hether the tilibiistererSteamerllaw-
kins was wrecked, as reported. It
ia claimed that the reported disaster
wm a ruse and that the hlious'.orer
uow in Cuba.
The Coliseum, at Chicago, has
een seieote.i aj the iculuintr :n
which the National Democratic
Convention will hold its meeting to
hose a presidental nominee. This
Hiiiding will iiold at leaat I5.HH'
reached .'eti.iKu', and feeling
to be warlike. The manag.
the Knglish railways refsit-e to
the troops, causit-.tr trouble to
President Cleveland's attitude on
rermanv s action :n regard to Amer
ican insurance . nipanies. is said
ill be one of rf..i!'H'.'i, and that
sach a policy w:';! s..c; b-
The Knglish press regret
ion of the Committee on
Relations of tho Ilmne of
tatives. in paing its reioi;
snrine Auibiuwador Hsvord
! exeeedinl v popular wi'ii .
(ieo. Kenjamiu Harrison
inn i'!i -.
Sanders and Mr. Ward at Mr. J. 0.
JVr.ir' The litter ptnpru to' Our clam buyers have fell on
teach the puhnc school on Bogue to 4."c now a gold bug scheme.
banks soon at Rogue chapel. I The mail routes in our communi-
There is some excitement uow I c? have been let out to a syndicate
over the mail carrier routes in thisl0' -Northerners it seems, and for less
and Onslow counties. It seems the j than our people can carry them for,
contractors are parties away of! and ! " tlu--v another gol(1 bl'S
i..Q ,l-., ,i, i. ' scheme. Better look out gents or
than we people hre can think off0" lniSht 'iave to
,.or,r; fi tnr bags yourselves.
i ' iii nu iu kj i . iucro i i o
another ?o M biie enecu ntion. and !
if they don't mind thev will have to
give more than they bid we think,
that is if they want to sublet them
Mr. Alex Conawav, one of Mr. S.
H. Holland's tenants. ias gome of
tote them mail
'Corbett" and ''Mitchell" met
the second time the other night and
! fought ti rounds to the finish.
Mitchell couldn't come to time any
! f.,., .i:. i f..-
IllOlt, ICiClCC UIXIUCO lOI
I and Jim is champion still.
l our scribe is getting young in
litj old ,lo-c ItnliniT lio cnilliln'f crol
the linest turkey! and chickens we ! nch fast" e'nolh clamming, he
ever saw. llesavs he feeds thomi i i.,," f,,,i,. ;
Bull It u Ulll inoi caiuiuaj uiui mug
Mr. E. J. Watson has moved into;
tho residence formerly occup.ed bv i
Mr. D. U. Koonee. " ' j
Mr. Cpo. J. Green, manager for
the New Berne Art Co.. is in town !
in the intt rest of this firm. !
Our Iligii -li ioi, '.miler the wi-e i
manigeineiit of Prof. Ac::. H. '
Koonee. is doing a great -. irk in
the c-miniu; i:y. The- sliideiits of ;
this institution have organized . j
Library Society, with the following
officers: N. A. White Pres. : John
Foy, vic3 Pres.: Clyde Bell, general
manager; Miss Annie Shepard,
Secretary: Miss Fannie Bell, Trea
surer. Several honorary members
have been elected.
We regret to relate the illness of
little Tincv Stilleyishe has been lay
ing under a fever for sevprnl davs
and is very sick.
Rev. C. Suow will hold con
ference Wednesday night. Also
Prof. Cole will deliver an address.
The subject: "Home and Foreign
Missions." We request all members
of the .Methodist church to attend.
Miss Mamie Stilley has returned
She reports an
at 4:Jo o'clock a.
to go hunting,
on sweet potatoes, of which he has
. ..- 1 - Tfl
Run n r.r rn. rtrffi'sr rrrnwn mpi. - ... tt
, ,-" , . , Demg a good shot on the wing, ue
made on one acre over onsneis. , t w lhe m.irgll t0 shoot
lie mixes tne teed un turnips at
tirst went on
! ducks flving. He shot If)
times at ducks, then went on shoro
to kill squirrels, birds, deer, bear,
coons, anything to cat or sell, got
back home about 7" o'clock P. M.
same dav, wet, tired, hungry, and
I cold, but no broken bones, he
I counted up his spoils, he found he
O.ther.d in and Tersaly T.ld ky . I had killed "J ducks, 1 squirrel, 1
. . . ' woodpecker and 3 Jackdaws, and
journal K.sr.soniaWT.s. !,. ,., i, -m ,l,i tl,.,
Kill I J tl (Kl DllUi 'It LllllV uuiiiig niv
day, how is that for a good hunter.
Guess he won't get rich that way
times. He says turnips will fatten
poultry right. Alex and Mr. Hol
land together raised about 2(0
bushels tine turnips. Alex is a good
Corbett i fr0m Vanceboro
Mr. Benj. Cam pen, one
accomplished and hustling
mers, Iclt Wednesday for
Miss Annie Lawrence of Idalia,
visiting Miss Fllla Sawyer.
f o u r
I ru in
LA ORANGE CORRESPONDENCE
Mr. T. A.
clever yo mg merchant, returned
Saturday from a visit to his father
Mr. O. 11. Wetherington, Tus
carora's leading business man, and
Mr. J. M. loore, jost master,
returned Friday from a business
trip to New Berne.
Miss Hattie White, one of Cove's
most charming young ladies, re
turned to her home Saturday, from
a visit to mends.
The work of putting down the
siding of the A. N. C. R. K..
which is alout half done, has stopped
but will be resumed in a few davs.
Capt. J. J White, section master on
the railroad, is in charge of tiie
worK, and he is making a neat job
fast, so will try-time.
imetliing else next
iool. under the 1
management of the accomplished
and fascinating Miss Pennie Daugh
ertv. will p.o.e in a few weeks.
Beside- being one of t he most charm
ing y cing .a lo-s that it lias ever
been our pleasure and good fortune
to meet. Miss Daugherty is a model
teacher. She has that wav. so pe
culiar to 'he few teachers who pos
sess it. ol making her pupils love
her, so that it is a pleasure for them
to onev her at every command. N e
questioned several of her pupils and
the reply from every one was "she
is the best teacher we ever had, and
we all love her dearly."
There was a basket party Friday
ght for the benefit of the Metho
dist parsonage. The voime ladies
mil many of the old 'ones too, car
ed baskets, and af:er a few ap
propriate remarks by Mr. U. Ii.
Wetherington, ::.e baskets were
ue o.d :
i nee. I All
whs right much fun j
hi f the boys drawing
s basnets. Some, how
: ..-k v enough to d taw
e t iipa : t's basket. ( The
much he has been sick-
in all i: was a very
easion and a neat sum
for the parsonage.
Receat Happonings ia the Little Vil
lage. Mr. W. P. I -ane of Goldsboro
made us a pleasant visit last week.
Mr. F. L. Castet, drummer for
M. Milehiser & C-o. . of Richmond,
spent a day or two in our village.
Mr. K. K. Terry, manager White
Oak River Corporation Co., stopped
over soveral hours en route to -Vore-head
The Maysville Supply Co., is fill
ing i's large aud commodious build
ing with a large and well selected
stock of spring goods.
Our day day sch ol is progressing
tinely under the management c f
Miss Betts. She has seventeen pu
pils now and is expecting more.
Mr. C. E. Foy of New Berne
made us a business call on Friday.
Also Messrs. D. F. Foy and X. M.
Harriett came over from Polloks
ville on Thursday.
Rev. Mr. Parker, the new pastor
of the Baptist church at this place
preached his first sermou for us on
the fourth Sunday of livst month.
Polloksville was well represented.
He is to preach here next Sunday.
Mr. Louis Bvnurn has been ship
ping horse raddish. He has shipped
about forty barrels in all. Any one
wishing plants pan obtain them
from him. He is thinking of going
into hop planting and would like to
know if any of Tiik Jot'HN.u.'s
readers can tell him where to get
We org.ini- d a Methodist Sunday
school last Sunday with twenty-:
seven present. Iet everybody talk j
up the Sunday school. W. G. Worn- '
hie was elected Sup't., C. H. Foy
assistant superintendant. VV. B.
Smith Librarian and R. V. Wooten
Secretary and Treasurer. i
Several of our people attended !
tel aaanagwaieat to remedy at once
all its peat aviatales aad show a sin -cere
daair to make fall amends in
it fa tare treatment of the Asmbi
' Ur people. It they are yreared to
dd thia the can andoobtedJj retain
these Assembly meetings; t they
show oo inclinatioa to do so very
soon, thJ may expect to looaa the
t-tciJers an4 their goodwill forever.
Indiana withdraws his name from
the Prwidental race, urging the fact
th Republican Partv has twice in
School Closing- at Piney Grove.
Mr. D. B. Morton closed his
hxl at Pmev drove last Friday.
st ult. A vorv large crowd of 1 quarterly conference at Stella
. . . , i , i
sitors were in attendance, many 1 unuay wees wnere Bieps were
from Swansboro. among them this
Speeches, recitations, declama
tions and dialogues bv the pupils
ere verv tine and well rendered.
Beautiful songs and other enter
tainments by ttie little ooys and
girls snowed gou training oy the
We can only mention a few of
tho names and pieces rendered: A
beautiful duet song, "Be home early ample,
tonight my boy" by little Misses
en for building a Parsonage on Ons
low Circuit. We think it would be
well to consider Maysville before
building it elsewhere.
Mr. D. S. Aman informs us that
he intends planting three to five land money on worthless
Form Operations, and Religious Notes
Farmers are preparing for the
Rev. J. W. Rose returned Monday
from tilling ids appointme it af
Seven Springs and I'nion church.
I spp a good many tobaepo beds
sowed, which means that there will
be a good deal of tobacco grown iu
this section this year.
We had preaching iu town Sunday
at the M. E. Church by the pastor
Rpv. G. 'J'. Simmons, and at the
Primitive Baptist by Rev. J. R.
Rev. F. D. Thomas of Rocky
Mount pastor of the Presbyterian
church here, began a series iu that
church Wednesday night. He will
be joined Sunday by Rev. Mr. Black
of FaypltPvil Ic. The State I-lvangi.
list of that church, the meetings
will continue throughout irt week,
day and night.
Rev. Mr. Brock, of Cheraw, S
C, of the Methodist Protestant
church, has been holding a series of
meetings at Fields Chapel about
two and a half miles from town.
during the last week, lie closed hi
meetings Sunday night and left
Monday for Go.dsboio, where ht
will hold some meetings after whic!
he will conduct a series of meeting
The following clipped from the
financial article i:i the New York
Observer of Jan'v "IS'.h, is interest
ing to a number of people in this
city and vicinity:
"Despite the unfavorable business
conditions which preveiled during
the greater part of ISOo, the Penn
Mutual Life Insurance Company of
Philadelphia shows in its forty eighth
annual statement gains in almost
every branch of the business. Dur
ing the year IV.),-) it added $3,000,
to the insurance in force, mak-
1 ing the total iPiO, 140,3 IT. To pro
I protect this the company carries a
! reserve at 4 per cent amounting to
' -J3 Si ii. p(. The gross assets are
".'hio.OVo.oi), while there is a sur
plus over all liabilities of $:3.4-f-,--'JoO.jJ.
The Penu Mutual distribut
ed among its members during the
year 1S05 by way of dividends of
surplus the sum of $744,441.20.
the statement also shows that the
business was done at a less ratio of
expense than in any year during the
last fifteen, and the effect is notice
able in the increase of a surplus,
which means a reduction in the cost
of insurance during 1S00.
Dou't worry. Don't run in debt. Don't
trifle with your health. Don't try experi
ments with medicines. Don't waste time
acres in tobacco this year. Mr.
Aman is one of the most indepen
dent, industrious and successful
farmers, and we think that many
will be encouraged to follow his ex-
Don t lie persuaded to
for AVer's Sursnpurilla.
pi mi pounds.
It is the be of
National Conrentions presented and ' Aliee and Carrk' Stanly. 0 years old,
mnArmJA Klin A'l.l hi cnni,l..ri ,l,ililr.,n rtt .Tolin Sfunlv anil wifo.
th.t .nm.ol. " , th diloW Wnn' formulaeo, Dr- J-C.Ay.rs Sarsapnrilla
I'll like most pjoprielary medicine?, the
" - ., , . , 1 , tV ,,Z ' y, Bw V" " . and other preparaiions are chewrully sen
The report that Ambasador Bay-, derful Lire, by Miss Minnie Cox , tn nv nh ftn llrt nnn,ip9 for J1h,m
j 1 I i.:- i ' i n...,. c.u vr j t-j- - ii ...
auu jiaoier otcpucu mutiuu, wma Uenca the special lavor accorde-.l these
very eood; another dialoeue, "Jul-1 well-kuown standard remedim by the
ius peaches," by Miss Mary Mor-
ard would resign his office, is denied
by Mr. Bayard, himself, and that
be has nerer thought of doing so.
t- - . - -
World's Fair commissioners.
The Weather Bfforil.
The following is the weather
since the mouth ol Febunry came
the 24 hours ending at 5:30 p. in.
TEMPER ATUKK. RAINFALL.
DateNax. Min. Jiaiiare. Rim 1.
1 74 5 42.0 :i'2.5
2 76 5 56.5 20.5
3- 09 5 43 tl 21.5 0.40
4 68.0 45.11 23.0
the gold gamblers and bond grab
bers, as the law and his oath of of
lice required. 1 t, alas! the old
breed of Southern statesmen, like
Calhoun, who, after a life spent in
the public service, hud to be buried
at public expense and his debts paid
by the State of Soiit hCarolina, is no
more. Xo wonder the Senator from
Massaehuspt ts fpcls warranted in
twitting us with the decay of South
ern statesmanship and charging us
with dishonesty. He charges it,
however, in aiKither connection and
as aiding ami aliening mis .nnias
from Kentucky, who. after a brii-!i-:nt
career of twenty yea-s and
. :: ue as a leader and ehainpi m of
t iie silver forces, ii.i. n ins old age,
come to this pitiful ii::. And then,
to think that the indictment thus
brought against u whole section
should have so much color of truth
and of fact to back it up in the apos-
taey from their principles of the two
other Secretaries from t tie South in
the Cabinet of a President who has
so disgraced the name of Demo
cracy. "The South bows its head in
shame at this exhibtion of moral
cowardice, ajkd despises the reneg
ades; but 1 must remind the Sen
ator from Massachusetts that there
is as yet only moral turpitude and
treacliary to be charged against
these men. The Southern Congress
men and Senators who came here
poor are still poor. They have not
become millionaires, like some of
their Northern brethren, and there
is no Credit Mobilier steal, or Col
fax scandal, or Belknap bribery
chargeable to any Southern men.
Let him remember these things and
keep back his sneers and taunts.
A TILT WITH SK.VATOil HOAIt.
"The referenpe to tho Senator
from Maschusetts brought Mr. Hoar
at once to his feet. He denied that
the remark which he had uttered
could be capable of the construction
which Mr. Tillman had put upon
it. He had simply asked what had
become of the old Southern states
men who were the especial cham
pions of hard money.
"Which is the hardest silver or
gold asked Mr. Tillman, piick as
"That is another proposition,"
replied Mr. Hoar, evasively; and
then he offered, if the Senator
would continue his speech, to get
the Record and read his exact lan
Xo," said Mr. l lllmati, "1 will
stop right now. 1 never wet niv
whistle when I am talking, heeaiisc
I cannot run a windmill with water,
and I can wait. "
Roars of laughter greeted this
remark, and then there was a pause,
while Mr. Hoar resurrected the
speech which had caused the trouble.
Hp read it. It contained some re
ference to ''honest iiioiipv.''
"Honest money!'' exclaimed Mr.
Tillman, scornfully. "You have
ehuneked us with that infernal
phrase until vou have got raw on
"This caused more langhtpr,
which was renewed when Mr. Till
man expressed the hope that he
would not again tread on the toes of
"his aged friend."
I'LKVKI.VXIl ( ALLKD A TYRANT.
(Quoting from President Cleve
land's message in 1SSS, which had
"sung a siren song in tli3 ear of the
farmers, '" Senator Tillman remark
Here I pause again to interpolate
the assertion that during the four
years that he was President, from
1S85 to 188-, and since he came in
again in 1S13, he has never had by
the hand a simple, square, straight,
honest toiler in the held. He knows
nothing about farmers, and m ore's
the pity, he cares nothing about
Reading another paragraph from
the same message, Senator lillman
Mowed it with this extreme and
In reading these eloquent and
truthful words we farmers wore lost
in admiration of this man's honesty
-, e . I . - ... 1
and courage, lor mev were true ami
loubtless honest when uttered. And
listen to this from his message of
18ST. I quote it for the purpose of
pointiug otu the evolution of a ty-
ant and of showmg the transition
from a conscientious, law-abiding
Chief Magistrate to an arrangement
and obstinate ruler, who ignores the
law and issues bonds at will, and is
sues them under a statute that "sub
jects to the suspicion that it was in
tended to be temporary and limited
in its application instead of confer
ring a discretionary authority.' He
uot only issues them, but does it se
cretly, with his law partner as a wit
ness to the contract, and lias created
the suspicion in the minds of mil
lions of his countrymen that a Pres
ident of the United States can use
his high ollice for private gain,
c ;. r. v k l a x i) 's i- a ls ex ess.
In such words, as acrimonious as
he could employ Senator Tillman
sketched the repeal of the Sherman
law and the passage of the tariff bill
interjecting phrases expressive of
utmost contempt for the President
and characterizing him with every
charge that could be conceived.
When he came down to the issue of
bonds again he claimed:
"Rothschild and his American
agents graciously condescend to
come to the help of the I'nited
States Treasury in maintaining the
gold standard which has wrought
the ruin and only charges a small
commission of ten millions or to.
Great God! That this proud govern
went the richest and strongest on
the face of the globe, should have
been brought to so low a pass that a
London Jew should have been ap
pointed its receiver, to have charge
of the Treasury, with an option on
any additional issue of bonds, and
who presumes to patronize us and
promises to take care of our coun
try! is there a man here who can
think of it without blushing.''
A moment later Mr. Tillman was
charging the President with usurp
ing the rights of Congress by look
ing into the solvency of the Treasu
ry which responsibility he said rest
ed with Congress. "Why have you
not impeached him?'" he cried,
looking over at the Republicans.
"Y'ou have nearly a three-fourths
majority at the other end of the
Capital, which alone can formulate
articles of impeachment. Why have
you not impeached him!-' Because
he is canying out Republican poli
"How was it in the last (.'on-,
gross?" asked Senator Hawley."
"That Congress was Democratic.
"I have already paid my respects
to the last Congress," Mr. Tillman,
"and I hoped to hae been able to
have said better things of the one
the people have now sent here, but
thev arc all of one kind cowards
and tools of monopolies. v
AI.tKIIi I'll Tl' U K IX ONCI.L iSION.
But all that had gone before
seemed as nothing to the extrava
gance of language with which Sena
tor Tillman concluded his speech.
He'spoke of the "collar of industiial
bondage around the necks of white
1 1 1 1 1 1 v .
. will 'be
men t i oiied Was iu
P.. inks was in tl
Ciptain.-. Win. R
Bryan of Craven,
at the surrender
was done and the chains were rivet- rl
ted on the wrists of the niillions. imy tlmig;
Hid the raid on the J reasuty slop'
ins i nru -i: on m f; t iu i r.
Discussing then the tariff bill,
which passed in the regular session
folk-wing, he said: "It is true the
President did not sign it and allow
ed it to become a law without his
approval. Rut here again we hav
a spectacle of charlatanry hypocrit
ical assumption of superiority to his
party which has always marked his
career. The tariff law which he re
pudiated as unworthy, involving
party perlidy and party dishonor' is
the sheet anchoir to which he
And again, referring to the Pres
ident: "Jf he was honest at the
start (and 1 am willing to grant that
much) his association with Wall
street ami his connections with weal
thy men has debauched his con
science and destroyed all sympathy
with the masses."
The Senator then referred to the
fall in the prices of all form pro
ducts. The impoverishment of the
farmers had destroyed, he said, their
ability to purchase on the one hand
while the decreased prices of their
products of expors in European
markets had left our debts for im
ports and interest on obligations
abroad unpaid. Hence the export
of gold to meet the obligations.
SOME ABUSE FOR THE ROTHSCHILDS.
Death of Nat Carlin. Famous as a
Veterinary Surgeon and Writer.
Si. Liifi-. Mo . l',-b. I. Dr. .
Carlin. aged lift v e.n. wl,o wa
rn ip of the most prom i ieu ; .-!e; : n i--,
surgeons in the country, da-I l.i-t
night of pneumonia.
lie was well known as a wi i'.-r '
horse pedigrees, and iu the cap tc tv
of veterinary surge. m w as 1 1 r n t I
with the Last !. I...n:s J key
Ci ii b for many ea : -. I 1 , i i n g t he
lat '; part 'if ieli. ran 1 '.- ii !' t i lie
Dr. ( u Im had ehaige ! h.- -: I,
farm m this State.
IN REVOLUTIONARY DAYS.
Execution of a Tory at Nrwkcni -
Shot in Short Order.
Editor .Jim .in i : -Tin- follow
ing extract from the "di lni.it cm"
of Peter Ranks of Beanl's ( ', , k.
eon 1 1
i , ami from all
! - Hili I , lied With
1 I i i I . ii -I e to
I i a n I t ook h lit
i a- k I Ll.e j II r y if
aid till- I ecpoIIHe
I In 1 1 be ask ed ,
are I be pi in i lie I H Itt
not guilty?" and
I mi I
a 1. 1 -.
l i II 1 1 1 V ot
lit lhe re
for a new
ic ( '
I tin! II
of the ,1
- I ;' I I ' i ol I
1 he elite i .
Ill I it I
N. 1' Mil
ii a eon ut
fend a u t s.
th ih day
lu lusion I
was not de-
's t he parties at
. lei I be fatal idiot was
Siieii.il I '. I i , t he oil ogest
felidaul.-. af tel I he ot hei H
and in k iiih frenzy, fright
In lo ion of d i M in e r v .
: ii r . I bei :cs e, h.i c acted
I Kl V e
1780, and at. the
den, S. C. or more probably at
Hobkirk's Hill. His command had
returned to Xewbern, whence "I'n
der command of Lieutenant Wil
liamson they went to hunt for Tor
ies in Dover Swamp (Craven Coun
ty) and upon the head of Trent Riv
er. Thev found an encampment of
Tories in Dover Swamp with a deep
well in the midst of the encamp
ment, and took a Tory, who was
brought to Xewbern, condemned
Short shrifts was allowed traitors
in the days of ll.vi and l?si.
Mr. Banks continues: "This de
clarant was lischarged in . e wbern j t n.lt
by Capt. Jpsse Bryan. About six i w.
months after his discharge by ('apt. j la,,
Bryan he was again called into ser
vice to guard the jail in Xewbern.;
in which were eontined many Tones i
and British prisoners. Cpon this!
duty this declarant served three
mouths under Capt. Council Bryan.
who was also at that time High
Sheriff of the County of Craven.''
GRAHAM DAV US.
from co :'-cTe i, t ion motives, and can
have the Kit -sfaot ion of knowing
that if thev have cried r has been
on I In -e!e of mercy, but there hat
been an atrocious and ho ri i ble in u r-
!. e "'i -oi innocent and inolTen
ii! a Ii . a i e I no e 1 1 e w hi heard t he
em e and hi.ud it impartially,
was foicid to the eoueluHion
these defendants wertf the per-
i pttratojs of the deed. They are all
giiihy and everyone of them, and
1 the j 1 1 1 v in re n de nag th is verd lot for
Iniuidei in the n omul degree have
: extend, d them nil the, mercy they
deserve or should receive, and on
this verdict the extreme penalty of
the law for siodi an offence must be
j imposed in the case. It is consid-
ered and adjudged bv the Court
I riah Bell. Shernll Bell, and
II Brantley. Jr.. be eontined at
labor in the penitentiary for
and tin nng the term of thirty
Xotieeof uiipeal wan given, after
ase of David Credle, one
DEATH Or LOUIS
Vice-President McNanjrhton Lumber
Co. A young- and Prominent Phila
delphia Lumberman and Capitalist
His Connection With East Caro
lina. El'. Jut:i:.L: News of the
death of Mr. Louis ('. Mans, Vice
President J. C. MeXaughtou Co..
who died during the past week of
typhoid pneumonia, after a brief
illness of ten days, will be received
with deep regret bv his many friends
in Eastern North Carolina.
The young and popular vice presi
dent of the J. C. MeXanghton Co..
was widely known through Eastern
Xorth Carolina, in Xew Berne,
Washington, Tarboro and many
neighboring towns which he fre
iiuentlv visited in the interests of
the lumber business
deared himself to the
Xorth Carolinians by
poii rteourf man tiers an
Mr. Mans was pn
ton R. l. in whiel
and stockholder as
and had en
hearts of maiiv
his affable a u l
1 am iiible d e -
ootor of tin
he was a d i reel m
well as managei
of the accomplices in tho affair and
w ho con fesscd . was culled. He was
represented bv Mesnig. Stephen C
Bragaw of tins place ni.d 8. 8.
Mann, of Swan (Quarter. He enter
ed a plea of guilty of mnrder in the
second degree, nnd Mr. Brsfraw
made a most touching appeal in his
llea-ked for mercy and referred
to the fact that be hud dono tho
State gr. at bpi ice in this case, and
that he is a weak, ignorant fellow
who has had no parent Vi rear him
and train him. The Judge
sentenced him to fifteen vearg in tne
The tirst ballot taken bv the jury
yesterday showed that, seven were
for a veidiet of guilty- and five for
acquittal. They had the case twenty
hours before finding a verdict.
The defendants hhowtd no emo
tion or Hiirpii-e when the verdiot
w.i- rendiTi'l. I'.ianthv's wife
show ed .some en ot urn, hut his fath
er and mother sat icHigned to the
i roii n i st auo(. V asli i ngton Spec
ial. Jan. '., to flip Xpwp nnd Ob
and organizer ot several important
t rol lev systems i n Philadelphia and
Trenton, X. J. The former enter
prise was to be completed within the
next two years and meets with a
severe loss in his death.
In appearance Mr. Mans was tall,
robust and active and, as remarked
by tha "Philadelphia Ledger, "was
regarded by many as one of the
handsomest men in the city." He
was a notable figure on the street
here and in business circles on ac
count ot ius anility as a manager
rid organizer of railways; was looked
upon as a coming man, and In a few
years would have been one of Phila
delphia's most useful, leading and
honored citizens. Although of
great .stature and .strength, in man
ner he was as gentle as a child. lie
was well liked by all who met and
beloved by all who knew him. A
wife i,s his only survivor and a hoM
nt Iriends now mourn Ins abseiio.
!.' - '' i I e father
c , i 1 1 1 v v ear -;,
. .1 ill :o I 111, sell
i 1 I a; i - lor I !lt.
j I.' i .'.,,!. fill -,,0-
c ! .be n.iiti-tiv of I lie
M i l . . , VV 1 ,1. s . -'I ;,),, e.l
1"D -1 1! v t hat I Line
I -id in alv ed ,e
Ji sai .sapari la pn-pura-
ljt Cr w, h ti 'i's Uiiovvu in the
'Iu all en p'ov meiils,
l'enow nuil far courtesy
"He differs with the Pepublican
party only in the one particular, of
the tariff, and on that he has blown
hot and cold as his pet hobby, and
will go down in history as the most j which have sold, and the hitherto
gigantic failure of any man who ev-1 conservative force the republic, the
er ooounied tho White House, all 1 well-to-do agricultural class, will
slaves. He predicted that if relief
did not como in a few years by the
ballot tin effort would be made to
obtain it by bullets. The Armenians
were at our doors, not to be held
down for all time by the Turks who
oppress them, but waiting for their
day of reckoning, which would
come if there was a just Cod in
heaven. The last woids tame as fol
lows: The new Mason and Dixon's line
which is drawn, not by the surveys
but bv the denial of the natural and
inalienable right to life, liberty,
and the pursuit of happiness to a
large majority of citizens, will soon
er or later bring together in the
bonds of uuion the toiling and now
downtrodden masses of the cities
and the equally desperate masses of
the country; agrarianism and com
munism will join hands. Vou all re
member Macauley's prediction that
some day the government of this
country would be taken in charge
by a commune. When that time
comes, God, have mercy upon you
millionaires, wno nave stolen so i
much of the people's money.
There arc millirns now on the
march, and they tramp, tramp,
tramp, tramp the sidewalks hunting
work and tramp the highways beg
ging bread. Unless relief comes
they will some day take a notion to ' ', . l1'11'1'
... ..!.:...:. .an. . ' sale by I' . . I
iramp to v asn i ug ion vvjin lines in
their hands to regain the liberties
THE DEFICIT $20,806.31.
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ii. . 1 . "li i.
( o. t I,
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i the only one of
them that I could
I e i "in iii e ii il :ih a
Mood piinhei . I have
mil I ed of Ult t IfH of
i it t In- safest as well
had. . (.'oi'P.
I liiireh, Jackson, Minn.
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in rioubt, ask for Ayor's Pills
1 1 ...on :
s i ( a.
Financial Statement of the Atluntt
According to the repoi t
1'lliall.i'P Committee t lie IT
the company has been $l,s!
while the total expenditu r
1.--U1. -'!''.('.. 4L This leaves a d. Ii
of i. si ui. :; l . This nmoM-.t b . w
ever cues not include the l"s- -'.-tained
by st ock holders and the rail
roads. It is the amount that will be
lost by the holders of the ilo.itiug
Aci ording to the reports of the
trcasu rer t he company was unable
to pav $.I,hOo of its income 1. N
and will be unable to pay about Id
I'd- Pent of its issue of 1 1 a l.i n n i ,,;
mortgage bom Is.
The company received s.n 'o
ill SU bscllbtiolus fiom the city aid
citizens of Atlanta for which --t..ek
was issued. This will be a t-C.il lo.s
as t hei e will be no funds v, ; ; n which
to pay the amount.
Th is statement shows that Atlanta
invested '!bl , S(i;.:1 in the cXpoH
t:oi:. Atlanta Journal.
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Frcsli and Salt Water
135 Eeskican Street. Opp. Fulton Kariet,
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lilld no home whi le there I
e iculatioii of pere Muml. .1
sapiuif it anil I ry inak
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a v igoivii.
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(n YOUR MONEY BACK rt
If that Tooth Brush shads bristles.
Wo still soil 7.0c Brashes for
Dan.lrutV is uti t xudHtiou Uww tli- pores
(' I K,, ,11,, llnl v'rvraiilu n nil , 1 I ilu I . a r I it I
3CUII aiiu causing ' uc nun mo uui.iv; Storo
Hall's Hair Iiencwer cures it. ZSSSBSESSSSS3SSSSSSSSS
yPresctipti oa Drmf
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