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IIow boot tht Cotton Mill,
TEI Frtt Prt
ami-week If edition, is srifio
pop!mot excellent newpj.pr.
-Th captnrtof Mtcfciran by the
'go boy" democrat is declared to
hm yrt outrage that is the silver
f re coiiMg meo say so.
" " ' - "
- ? ''Js sweaUals unity; in noft-ewen-
tisJ liberty) ia all t sings chanty."
vooli b a geod saying for North
Carolina democrats to obeerre.
' SOCTHFO IT claims the only pub
lic library in this State. It ha
bees la operation abont three years,
and it a great local ineceaa.
- - THl AtUvilh CiliztH with great
good sense, jet becoming modesty,
sari to Messrs. Caldwell and Dan
What has become of the moi-e-maot,
which bad ioriU object the
establishment or public llos
pital ia .Xev Berne?
i llHirs Senator '.Batler meant
"Japanese Yam." and' not "Janan-
Yen," in bis "legal tender oill.
The Vram is now current in Xorth
Carolina nearly all the year.
' - Foa a crowd who claim to be "the
party th free siWer democrats
. seem to b nighty fearful of any-
tainsr, which. looks like a gold bug
If u bow in order for the free
silver papers of the State to folio
the Sew mmJ Ob server' t action, and
shy something at John S. ileoder-
" STA.JS Chairman PouY published
. tiews on tha Democratic situation in
tnis but, snoakl beread by every
-democrat. There is "meat in the
THt spectacle of the Rusaell
Dockery fight, with iU attendant
side-show feat area, onght to be a
taScient warning to the Democrats i
of this State, and one from which
they should profit.
ravings before the Seuatei lie is as
indifferent to public disgrace, and
the shape which his followers uni.t
feel over the unsighty spectacle lie
makes of himself, a.s the wildest of
Senator Tillman's Litesf ''exhibi
tion" of himsoif in the I". S. Senate,
last Friday, m one whi-h must ciiiu.
thousauiis of South Cir... minis t.i
repudiate his bo&sisni. for the Sena
tor does not simply rest his p er
as being the pimple's representHtive,
bot claims to dictate to them.
It is unfortunate for South i'rn-
Una that its people must have its
principles and policies voiced in lan
guage as onlv its Seuator can use
instead of olen, firm dema:'.ds, in
good English langnage, it must see
its position denned in langnage
liieh leaves long, dirty, slimy
trail behind it.
Verily, tbe day of good forcible
English language is on the wane,
and from the slums must come ex
pressions with which the demagogue
claims public attention.
And sad to say, the South leads in
this new order of disorderly statesmanship.
nodvn sound correspondence
WE STILL GO rORWAftD
Crops Pi culcs School
f .1 1" .IS u
1 V.ui .'
Iv ; r i jjt tioiv.
Repoits to the Manufacturers Record
Shows a Decided Revival ia South
ern Matters Gold Mining- Prosper
ing in North Carolina and Some
I '. i ii M.'i.r. Ml., J . : i . 1 1 do. --
N p. i ; 1 1 1 ei ort s i ' t lie .M ah II f:i
II v.irioiis 1 1 ; i r : .-. i
LITURGIES AND GOWNS.
PERSIA'S RULER KILLED.
EASTERN NORTH CAROLINA
1 1 -; ; 1 1. m l n '
Way to Pray-
Mil i I .
i ( :
stHinis iiml look ing
'iii chopping out.
-t Smith has the lnr"-
I I t ell I
s h o w
. Hess i n
m ; he I
gome a: e
Mr. I. U
est com, we hake seen. It is nearly
i knee Inch mi a le. l in one field of i f:l,'v
Tobacco is now ready to set out,
I some few have set out a few small
! patches, ami Mr. Joe A. Hell of
.Newport will have ) acres set out
this week, so far. the prospects for
he steel tni
the 1 en lies,
1 1 n.
II a eapue
( "oal, I ron
1 '. 1 1' in I h -panv
1 a" steel
about -Jim i
anie 1 1 ; i -1 a
crnps on Hojue
i Sow that the esteemed Ckarlottt
OiMrnr aad Eleigk Amm mnd U6 j ce n
rrtr liarw taken "fails" out or
each other, if thej tarn their guns
on Lne iiepnblicana and ropa lists
with eqaai effect, their thousands of
reader ana friend will enjoy the
The sealing vesfel Harvest Horn,
from Channel, X. I-. got jammed
in the ice off Eastpoiut, where she
became a total wreck. She had OOo
seals on bard. The crew was saved.
The heaviest sea for years is run
ning on l'rince Edward Island coast.
After three years' litigation over
tbe estate of the late Senator Stan
ford has at last been enabled to pay
the bequest of $i.."0),lKM. which
tha Senator lett to Iceland Stanford,
Jr., University. The bonds transfer
red to the university draw interest
at the rate of $10,(XM a month.
MnzaferEd-iu, the second son
of the late shah, was enthronod at
Tabriz, the capital of the province
Ofer which he has been acting as
governor. He will start for Tehe
ran at the earliest possible moment.
The City Savings Bank and trust
Company of Hot Springs, Ark. is
closed under attachments aggrega
A dispatch from Habana says the
Spanish gunboat Messagera lost six
men in capturing the filibustering
The Berlin industrial exhibition
formally opened by the Emperor,
although the preparations for its
opening were by no means com
The wages of miners in the em
ploy of the Tennessee Coal, Iron
and Railroatt Company are re-' need
from 40 cents per ton to 157
n o w ,
i t v of
lIMMHMi cotton seed .
i fliMl.imn tobacco factory
i ami a large powder mill have been
(been organized during the week,
and nego' iations are pending look
ling to the building tin-re of a ir.no,
1 (MM enttoii mill by Northern pen
1 The development of grain fa. iii
' tics at Southern ports continues to
J att ract attention, and contracts have
j been made for the expenditure of
j about t.ViO.iMMl to include two hew
I cotton compresses, warehouses and
i , April 'Ji'.. I
lb I ., pastor
'i inn church
ot I I
y aiiiioii in i-d ii is
call to Sa aiiiiah.
i with a I'eiuarka
has caused much
iis.sioh, not onlv
New York base ball cranks are
happy over the prospects of the im
mediate return of pitcher Rusie.who
will soon rejoin the Giants'.
Senator Marion Butler, of this
- great commonwealth, a become an
editor, not oal j belie Tea in adrerti
in j, bot constantly pata fhto active
, practice thu cardinal newspaper
. . Bat the Senator, although snp-
, plied! with a "organ into which be
mar constantly whisper his inspira
tiona. to b ciren to a supposed
anxioaa so4 waiting populace once a
veK, m not ifiiy a&uaneu wun mis
one lone medium,-
. And ilr. Butler U right, -for the
really good advertiser never confines
himself to One 1od medium, however
. boaated its circulation mar be.
Th Senator i always an interest
ini character. Th ease and calm
indicate th pleasure it give him to
declare tnem. Ana tnese nurt no
. one. and advertise Mr! Batler,
la his latest attempt to advertise
Jkimaelf, Mr. Bo tier has introduced
' m IHU 111 ura kjmw& ilk:u
. which propoaea to make tbe Mexi
can surer aoiiar, mo Japanese aouar
and too L uted States trade dollar,
" fall l-ral' tender dollars in this
Whence come this spirit which
mi moved xorth- Carolina s young
Senator to undertake this financial
missionary work, no one can Imag
ine; it mast be that ever latent
newspaper spirit in the Senator's
bosom, which demands advertising
X self, regardless of the ridiculous
sees of nositioo or nroDoeition.
- Bat Senator Batler does not seem
satisfied with the mere introduction
. of his financial missionary aill, but'
. threatens if the Government does
not act, to come back here 'himself.
and see if tbe people of this State
will not go into the banking busi
sees, with trade dollars, Mexican
XI JXT. iJaUer wooia amena Ms
" bill so ss to make the Mexicans take
our ground peas, and the Japanese
. oar cotton, in exchange for their
d liars, tbe "capital" for our own
new banking system could be easily
raised, and prosperity would reign
ia the Old North State.
. Bat real, does Senator Batler re
alise the difference between mating
living advertisement of himself
and a holy divertisement of himself?
Diverce a Last Hert.
Marriage is the most important
and serious relationship in life, and
therefore it should not 1? treated
lightly. The ease with which
divorces arc uow obtained has re
sulted in a tendency to regard the
matrimonial bonds rlippanllr am:
semi-comical I v.
The wrosg ofthis is obvir. If
the contract of marriage were almost
irrevocable it would not be assumed
withont the greatest caution am
consideration, and the causes and
need for divorce wonld therefore be
decreased. I believe that there
should b other rronnds besides
adnltery, but thev should be few
if there are children, and if a divorce
would be detrimental to their wel
fare, it wonld be the part of true
womanhood to endure and suffer
much before seeking: the relief of
the divorce courts. Mrs. A. M
Palmer, President of tbe Professional
Women s Ieagne in Demorest's
wmpapor BSaa Caarht.
Representative Linuey, of North
Carolina, vesterdav morninjr re
ceived the following telegram from
Ovui b. atson, a well-known law
yer of Winston, N. C: "George
Mathis has been caught by the Span
iards ami is under a charge, the
penalty of which is death. Try to
save him." Mr. Mathis was once
editor of the Winston Sentinel, and
is an influential man in his State
Mr. Ijnnev does not know whether
Mr. Mathis was on the Competitor
as a newspaper man or as a soldier.
but supposes he was on his way to
Cuba to fight with the Cubans. Mr.
Lannev called on Secretary Olney
yesterday, and was assured that
there would be no hasty action bv
the Spanish authorities. The Secre
tary is waiting for full particulars
of the recent capture. Wash. Post.
WTRE GRASS COR RESTO NT3 EN CE
; Toe reputation of the South, as a
. - i .
ecuOB wntca na aiwajs sent gen
tlemen to represent it in tbe high
councils of the nation, is being seri
oosly undermined in these days,
since it has sent inch a man as Till
man. ' of Somth Carolina to the
ITnitsd States Sedate.
-There can be no excuse or argu-
xaeua nisi tw m uru.vi vi i7f
' resenUtive claims to su ad for the
"people be is therefore trftitted to
ase language befitting the saloon.
rent shop end slams, when standing
la the presence of a body of men
who ere also elected by the vote of
the people, and speaking before gal
Jariee. crowded with men and wom
en rep reseats tire of the people, but
aot accastomed to k earing fool lan
rsage, sneh as only Tiilmsn, of
booth Carolina, eoold or woe Id
Ho one will deny Senator Tfl'mao
the right to bis opinions, nor to their
a tiers see ia seemly and decent Eng
lish, bat the applause which be
thinks to win by vulgar and profane
ahase of persons and things, if he
succeeds in seenriag-it. can only be
a dugrace to himself for bo self-respecting
person can sppUnd or agree
with the Tillman method of making
wrong, right. r
Hat Senator Tillman is too far
carried away with self, to imagine
lg ne says or aoes is
TVs Recemt Otcirnncti ( tha Nei-h-
Ilev. W. V. Iewis returned home
on the -7th from Pamlico and IWau-
fort counties, where he has lcen at
tending his piarterly meetings, lie
reports a very pleasant trip and
Miss Marr Vance Stanton, our ac
coniplished teacher and Mrs. Nettie
I'udlev made a visit to vour city lust
Friday. Returned Sunday and Miss
Stanton took charge of her school
Monday at Wire (irass. It will close
the fifth of Jnne. We anticipate
having a fine time at the commence
ment which will bo the frith of June
Farmers are busy st working
crops, are very tine, and there are
very goo. siamU.
We had a tine rain last Friday
evening which was badly needed.
Onr annual picnic will be the
ninth of May, we are expecting a
tine time the n.
Baykore Crrsf Ddenc.
Mr. and Mrs. (1. T. Farnell were
anticipating visiting relatives at
Aurora on May '.'nd, but owing to
the illness of their little daughter.
Helen, they remained at home.
On Saturday night Mr. .1. P. Tur
ner gave a party in honor of his
daughter's birthday. Mis.s Maggie
is an entertaining young lady and
rendered it very pleasant for her
The protracted meeting at Stone
wall which we stated last week hail
closed, is still continuing. Pro.
Merritt from Aurora is with us and
we are expecting Mr. Petts.
The well known "blue ribbon"
drummer, Mr. Huss, and Mr. lVenj.
Cam pen, a crockery man, left this
morning for Hyde county.
Shooting "Loons" is the go
aliout loll shots were tired at
birds in three mornings last
We counted up the game the last
night liiid found l- loons were kill
ed by these few shots, the people
are good shots around here.
I Just as we are writing, news
comes of the very sudden illness of
Mrs. Frank Perry and Mr. (Jeorge
jpennis. Mrs. Perrv is boarding at
: Ir. J. W. Sanders".
J There was a big banks party and
. picnic at P.ogue Inlet last Saturday
from hereabout ln picnickers as
sembled and spreail such a dinner as
knocked haul times in the shade.
There will be another ut the same
place next Saturday the !Uh inst.,
('2nd Saturday) from Swansboro and
vicinity, let all come or go, and
have a good time. Lots of refresh
ments will be served on the banks,
both free and unfree.
A prosperous Sabbath school is in
progress at Wilcomes school house
with Mr. I. West Smith as superin-
temlant. Kev. John tonoway con
1 1 1 , press in the same State,
come school house every Sunday 1
night as usual.
Mr. Pobt. Irvin, of Stella, was
visiting lr. Sanders and family last
Sunday. Mr. Irvin came down to
see his sick father who is not expect
ed to live very long.
The Primitive Paptist held their
regular quarterly meeting last Sat
urday and Sunday at Ilodnots meet
The school on the Panks is pro
gressing nicely so far as the teacher
aud pupils are concerned, but the
parents don't yet. seem to take
enough interest, don't seem to care
whether their children go to school
or not that is some of them. Iast
Friday Kev. J. S. Warren addressed
the school there by invitation of
Mr. Ward the teacher, and invited
all the parents to attend, as the sub
ject was one of importance. "Hyg
iene and Physiology." Three men
and five women attended only.
The I'mted States Court ended
in the complete justification of lr.
J. W. San. lei s.
other interests near New Orleans,
while work has commenced at l'eii
sacola on transportion improvements
by the Louisville it Nashville Kail
road, including a grain elevator, the
aggregate expenditure being anout
150,000. One of the most exten
sive waters powers in the South has
been capitalized at ,otHi.(oii with
the reported intention of large elec
trical development and the trans
mission of electric power in eotiiiec
tion with cotton mill enterprises.
Oold mining matters continue to
attract attention, and in Virginia.
North Carolina and tieorgia consid
erable capital is being invested in
the purchase and development of
i gold properties. Among other in
dustrial enterprises reported for the
week were the enlargement of sever
al cotton mills ana one or two new
mills projected; a 'FV.'o.Oi 0 lumber
company in Mississippi; forty-ton
cotton seed oil mill in Texas; a 50..
I 000 flour mill ami a :)(i.oihi rom-
Dr. Hojr o Wilmington Declares Both
to be Rijrht and Scriptural The
Latter Used by Presbyterian Clergy
in Every Countiy Except the United
that on Su in
toll II. Hog,
declination of th.
and followed it u
hie sermon thai
coin im. ii t and . i is.
among his own
( 'hrist ia ii people g
of the genera 1 in!
sermon, a .M
on h i in and
t 'hrist nni's
I 'sen s s; :
1 r thee. "
(HI r love fol
as tin1 p i a- (
it proper ti
I'n sbvti riaus d
of worh: . as t i
ing t i
a ' i .
it 1 1
- 1 1 .
a s-.-i s 1 1 1 .
it i :
a I t e r
j A Magnificent Farming Country
Though Not Farmed as it Ought to
! be Ease of Living and Quiek Res
ponse of the Land to Right Treat-
I o one who knew nothing of the
I lie !
at. is ,i
1 1 la 1 1 's
I hi L
n I r
:i v ; e w
.-kill him aboii t
format ion ,
spri i g
e I'oll I i I
1 1 . 1 1
to the fact
not make as
. do of pre.i.
J ot It
in 1 1 -1 1
eli ei ; 1 c
i the ..hah
and ! led
it was fi
net Wei-li I he f
iv pr n t s tin
t lie Si
at I Ve
t he tra
extreme inut of the Mate, and had
a liay idea that it consisted oi sand
banks, swamps, malaria ami mos
' I 'i i 1 1 s . a journey through that sec-
m eye opener. W hat
ics. I tin' cause is that, !:as retarded a
i s v i fuller de eloiimcut and kept this
.vered I Hon has bei
i rt .
: 1 1 all a
: of t ie
e to Teie
.' .v.s-i v.
le ol h,-r I
c.i rt v, a-
lie t i on
Some ot hel':
( lia e.
n v v t
hi in . Hi
c. ill Ve i
oil I t Hal n
side of the
the boll I'd
LA GRANGE CORRESPONDENCE
The Last Days Happening's in the
Mrs. (leorge Pest returned home
Saturday iening from (loldsboro
where he has been visiting friends.
Miss Florence Speight has accept
ed the position as telegraph opera
tor at Dover.
Miss Yates, of lialeig
Miss Mable Wooten.
Miss Joel Kinsev is
Miss Lii(jy Knowbles has returned
to school. She has been visiting
friends in Kinston.
Rev. F. 0. Glenn stoped over last
night here and left this morning for
Greensboro on a visit.
Messrs. R. M. Harper. Will Tay
lor and Dr. Hodges went to Kinston
today on business.
The town election passed of very
quietly and the old board was reelected.
Mr. Foy of (loldsboro died last
Thursday and he was sent hero Fri
day and was buried in Ia Grange
Cemetarv. Kev. Mr. liose conducted
the bnrial services over him.
Peas and pea picking is the topic
of the dav here.
Mrs. Mary J.
morning to visit
Monroe, N. C.
Kev. Dr. Sanford filled his regu
lar appointment at Asbury vester-
Civils left this
her daughter in
Mrs. Amanda Arnold is quite sick
at this writing.
Mrs. W J. Arnold made a living
trip to New Pcrne last week.
Some of our young people seemed
to be enjoying themselves very much
out riding yesterday evening.
Mrs. V. S. Kilpatrick and dangh-
Snrvey of the North Carolina Rivers.
Professor J. A. Holmes, of the
North Carolina Geological survey
(State Geolgist), has written on the
subject of the measurement of the
rivers. It is important to know how
many rivers there are in the State
and the amount of water power
there is. The true interest of the
State are centered in this. It is im
portant that the water power should
be understood, for the progress of
manufacturing is to no little extent
involved in it. With a better, more
accurate knowledge of this power
there will be a more energetic im
pulse given to manufacturing of
many kinds. It is therefore proper,
even necessary tnat the gauging of
rivers shall be prosecuted with
energy that immediate results may
be obtained. 1 he Lmted States
Government has published estimates
of the water towers of many North
Carolina rivers, but they are under
estimates. Professor Holmes savs,
and it behoves the State of North
Carolina to undertake the work and
have an accurate estimate made. If
not that then the Federal Govern
ment should seek to correct its
errors by co-operating with North
Carolina in the jiew gauging. The
Messenger would like to co-operate
in this ;is in any work that may aid
the State and advance the interests
ot trie people.
For several years past the VJnited
States Government has been carry
ing on some important investiga
tions in making systematic measure
ment of water supplies in the rivers
of the United States. This work has
been heretofore done mainly in the
Western States where this water was
needed for irrigation. Through the
Eastern States the subject of irriga
tion, though of some importance,
has not received much consideration
but now that the development of
our water powers is beginning to
attract new attention in connection
with the growth of manufacturing
interests, our people are beginning
to recognize tbe importance of hav
ing made careful gaugings as to the
supply of water in our larger rivers
throughout the entire year, and we
are glad to see tnat our State Geolo
gist has undertaken this work in
Carolina and is endeavoring to
secure the active co-operation of the
Government. We commend this
subject to our Representatives in
Congress, and wo hope they will do
all they can to secure an iucrease
appropriation for this purpose.
! a happv mean in which serm
service snail have an coiiai
the love of (,o
occhm hi to p. h n :
j ha c to o. m out
i tel iali fatnllv foi
( 'akin framed
St rasl urg elm re
1541 that of the
The Pook of
( Fpiseopal ) was c
The present mini-
ni's church in I
few years ago that
churches all have
prayers. What 1
fer was tile famil::
the 1 i 1 1 1 rg
i in 1.V1-.
. etle a.
I Ya ei'
implied in loll1,
ter of John Cal
elleva (old in- a
Calvin'.-; lit u gv is
place for oiig
ill sei f Wi Hi Id
ir use of soiin
pr i nci pa I h v m lis of t he earl v c h ii n - ii .
the r. .petition of the Lord's Praver :
in concert by t he j pie. and the !
response of the people to the pravers!
by an audible, Amen, and responsive 1
readings from the Sciiptnr-s. Alii
of these things were undoubtedly;
practiced by t he carl ics t Christians.!
aie clearly scriptiir.il. and have the;
full i lldoi Mill-lit, of 'ivsD v t ellali '
I also favor the us,, ol' the Aj.pos-;
tics Creed in the reception ,,f meiu-!
hers into the church, as Knlinns, j
describe.- its early use, or at the .-id -;
vice of coin mu n ion. It is a part of j
.standard of the 1'ie-hvtei ian church,
and it is required to be taught to our
children. Put. because we make no
public note of it, many have sup
posed it to be non-Presbyterian.
"The sam priii-ipl.- applies t
the use of ecclesiastical vestments.
Our Lord undoubtedly more the
distinctive garb of a teacher. The
deneva gown has been worn i.
: Wliel e III- u .c.i t V."
, lli'ir- I'd -r Was air
ed t ha: he ha- a-.
The iiei r of 1 1;.
Fd-1 in. is at Tai
I' .;- I ! i-icla! a-' s- .!
A po-.-inic r-a-oi; f.,,- i
that there has be-i. mm
for some time owing to
of prov isioiis, partly can
e x-e -s I VC issue of eo p pe
XllSol'-l ,1 I line, t h-
in on arc h . was horn .1 u 1
i H- wms the mhi and
J Mohammed and smn
; t h rone N
, after t in
; I ) i ue iirii
i his tra.els resulted
i of a lllore liberal ;
iverii ment on nis
l'he l.-.V .-hah is Moila!
who was horn M iivh ."
nllicial title is Mara
I tot he pa
M u zapor
favored legion from taking the. lead,
to which its natural resource entitle
it, as a matter of wonder and of
various explanations. Some of the
people suv it is because living is so
ea-y and there is a whole- lot of
i philosophy in the saying -some gay
it is the trail of slavery; others, lack
( markets, one crop system, crop
, li-n-hiw. too much land, unreliable
I labor, c. Maybe all these causes
have played a part.
Two things are certain it is a
1 magnificent, farming country
it. is not. farmed as it, might be.
To the ciitical observer passing
through, the first great apparent
I m i d is more thorough drainage. A
Marge proportion of the area in
'tivatdoii is so lacking in dr.iinag.
to hat'lb- the farmers" eH'oris i..u
producing tin- best iv.-ult-. In!
i .eh n, dividual fariin r might d
HI deii. the II n i I ed effort.-, Of a I. el n
i.oiiU!od would do more in oveiconi
ing this obstacle. The drainage .
and great wealth accrued to the
origi . i itor of t he road .
Having married Mi.-- Pi.-clmll
slieiin. possessing in her own right
large means, the Piloii de Iliti-eh
some vears ago retired from bn-ine-.s.
but Hot to as.-lllllf a life of elcgalil
leisure. l'p to the tun- of Ins death
he al d his wife had im o! her end in
view than the prosecution of good
works. Madame !- llu.-eh ua h. i
hush. md'.-' fir-t secretary.
Throughout the Fast - in Fgypi
and Furopean and Am. its- Tin k' y
many schools, educational and indu
trial, were foil ml e. I and maintained
by the I!. iron de 1 1 ii-eli. Fur m
struction in Galicia he gave t-.'.Oiiu.
( Kit I To Russia l.e made an . Il r " I
$1 1 i,(,'i ii i,(Kl( for public m-t i in ' .hi.
with t he .-ole prov i.-o, that I..-
tl net loll shonld be ill id- : n lie a .
plication of the funds as to ia.
i religion. 'This merciful oiler :..
Kussian Govern incut, declined.
Wei! Satisfied with
AyeKs Hair Vigor.
Since l.V.M) P.iron de
i)end i tures for chari I v
- 1 o.ui id J im I a v ear. In- had lu i
lislied otlices ill all the capitals ol
Furope oil the -stem ol i harilv
orgai.i.at ion nuclei ics. 1 1 is w miiings
from his race horses are devoted to
t he London bos
contain some ol
and his st aides
best horses in
.mini; ne o
a tour of
swamps and poeossms is another
n.d in in h inoi e d i tlicii 1 1 pi ol.li m .
.Vlioihergelier.il need of t he whole
! -ecijoii is greater diversity in farm
ji'ig, morn attention to stock, grasses.
gr.isser, renovating crops, dairying.
iVc. ll.erc. as elsewhere in No.-th
( ai'ol i na, the only safe rule in farm
ing ;s the raising of home supplies,
with coitou and tobacco as surplus
to i .he , .-nips, of course in the criticisms
.1 - st I -i. I n red here the general farming
;im- i 1
1 1 lli- world.
a- The llirseh fum
4 - 1 i ' ice of the K ussia ii
i i.ii of tin, (i(i(i,(i()(i.
! i . v a s to-k com pan v
.) l u i -h "oloii i.at ion
- ! is a limited ll
f i i.i.ii.ch of the
it lit I" V
the ass is
has a ci pi -
lows It I
hint v company.
Hirsch fund in
;! CI11I1C is
i d is-oi 1 1 en t
Ii- li-an. ess
ed by the
I 'I i us.
i ; , i:;i.
! '. i : .1 '- in . 1 1 -y
i nac i.- i I .'."i,i ii '(
leVoteil to c.-tahi
.'. 1(111. (IDil of
m ll'.i-l. Tin
a year, an I t
i -1 1 1 1 1 g c ilou l.-s
lui 1 1 .. I .n .
Man V igoi . a
Ii d Willi the
I I e I r t I I i I a II
It. long humor
li i i li'iiin a I '. i n
Id- I o ! . ollillit
to III 1 I 1 - I 1 . 1 -."
rt y vears ago. after
I sickness. y liair
1 lii'iiiiii usiiid Ayer'
I was mo well Kalian-nils
ll.at I have
..I h. i 1. inil of dress
ing. 1 1 n ijuiresonly
an occasional appli
I I a 1 1 V ic;or t ( kwp
niv hair of gcHMl
color. to remove
. I :l i ii 1 1 ( l IT. to heal
s. and prevent tli
i . ut I nev er liesi
nd A er's medicines
..Irs. II. M. II AIOHT,
Lru Hair Vigor
rri'pi.n .1 ii Dr.. I (' A .-i ,1 ( , l,..w.., Maw
Take Ayer'i Sanaparilla lor tht CoBflaxiM.
T I his.uk N bl'
m the i nsl i til tion
d m i nist rat foii id'
return to Persia.
. is:,:!. H;s
ah ahd, or
heir presumptive. 1 Ie li:(s live sons,
("if whom tne eldest is Mohammed
Ali Mir., i, and li v. daughters.
The insassination of Nasr ed-Dine
bv a fanatic becomes a greater
source of regret from the fact that
his extended travels had taught him
a ih grc- of religious "oler.uice sur
passing, most Pastern dotentaics.
The Records Show That Over 100
Were Appointed by the Fusion Legislature.
Presbyterian ministers in all coun
tries oxcej t the Tinted States from
the time of the Kcformatioii.
"1 have no ilc.-irc to press an v
these thing-- against the wis ie
otiiers even a small minority. Put
I desire to declare tn- truth, as I
believe it, and when my people liiid
that they want these things thev
will know in v lews.
"I do Hot " regard the fact that
other branches of Christians use a
thing, if it is rigat and scriptural in
itself i;S a i objection hn t a i ('Com
mendation. The more the churches
of Christ grow alike, the sooner will
In con vcrsat i
recent ! v. one of
lists 111 tlll.S
t hat thev were e
their names hem
wit h a I emoerat
of the leading Popu
)ii n ty claimed that the
lire hue elected only
men magistrates and
cted by an error
similar to those of
the glorious day
rallying cries of si
no more be heard,
all and in all."
come, wlic i
i t and part V
but Christ vi
w i i 1
Newspapers in the Schools.
Although tardv. t!
ment of the teachers
pers are ed delators is
'This is not .-o mu -ii
awakening. All the
the teachui s, rcc .gnizi
ai kno vledg-tha-t
i-eoverv as an
two white men whom it was intend
ed to elect. The Landmark astonish
e l that so intelligent a man would
deny what is a matter of record. As
C j a matter of fact the fusion Legisla
ture e.e.'teit anout inn negro magis
trates, (inly one was elected for this
section of the Slate W. C. Coleman
ol Cabarrus but m the east, they
are plentiful. We have only a, par-
-tliti list oi those elected but the lust
we have .-hows that there are ten in
Fdgeeonibe county, one in Kobeson,
one in Cabarrus, seve i in Greenville
one in Greene, twenty, in N'ew JLwi
over (T.i of these being in the city
of Wilmington alone), thirteen in
Warren, two in I, noir, two in Cas
u eil, six in Wake, five ill Pel tie,
i four in Kichnioiid, nine in PLiden.
one in .Martin ami one in Hertford,
i This makes a total of S.J.
There were also negro magistrates
elected for oilier counties, among
them Halifax. Northampton and
.uic-, 'out we haven't a list of
GOING TO CO-OPERATE.
er. Mis! Nettie, of Pitt
over last Friday to visit
Mr. A. .; . Foy, son of Capt. C
"ov, of this county, died at
home in Goldsboro last work.
I'he tirst shipment of pe:ts from
M rs. T. S.
this place was mailt
Mr. G. K. Harriet.
Mr. JJenry Pasden died at his
home this place, last week.
Kev. Dr. F. D. Swindell. P. E. .
preached here last Saturday night.
This was on- of the strongest and
most practical sermons ever de
livered. Town election Monday as follows:
Commissioners. J. V . Shepard,
John Whitty, I. H. Parrus; Con
stable, A. S. Ix'c. The commission
ers met Tuesday, qualified and
elected Dr. K. W. Ward, mayor.
Quintet of Democrats.
May field, Ky.. May 2 The wife
of Oscar Lyons, a farmer living one
mil- west of here, gave birth last
night to live boys. The children
are well developed and healthy.
Four of them weigh four and one-
quarter ponnds each and the fifth
1 five pounds, making a total of twen
i ty-two pounder for the five children.
J Hundreds of persons have visited
I the Lyons farm to see the children.
I This is the most extraordinary case
i of the kind that has occurred in this
country. The family is Democratic.
IjMtweekneyer.il of our young ' The cost of prodacing copjer is
peopU were down the river attend-1 placed by the Government at 41-2
not I lDS fihiog parties. i cents per pound, which at present
Bot b6 Onr telephone u now up and we prices would indicate a pront to tne
10 4W per
t' ' i $actnmti dtmMgogam h ia to- begin to feel like we are living in j producer of from 100
ir if he took itrkt accOoat of his town. All we need u a railroad. Icent.
Batter's Position Pnts Him Ontsidc
the Popnlist Platiorm.
The following from the Washing
ton Post, will be read with interest:
Col. T. W. Pabb, editor of one of
the leading Populist papers in North
Carolina, was seen at the Capitol.
"W'e are going to have co-operation
in the State,-' he said, "between
the Republicans and Populists on the
State legislative ticket, and that
ticket will be elected. In my Con
gressional district." coiitiii'ueil the
Colonel, "iiiorethan two thirds of
the Populists are in favor of co-operation
to earv the next Legislature,
and seven out of the nine members
that will he elected in the First Con
gressional District favor this move
and the return of Senator I'ritchard
to the Senate. The Populists can
not afford to follow Senator Putier.
We cannot ignore t he Omaha plat
form, on which our party sprang
into existence, and embrace one idea.
We are as much in favor of free sil
ver as Senato1, l'.itler, but there are
other issues of as great importance
that we cannot L' back i ti. We
I .list take tne whole as ir was adoj t
ed bv the convention. Tiic p. -.-it ion
which Putier has taken has put him
outside the jiale of the Populist
platform. Wc can be led but never
driven. The Populists entered into
the co-operation movement in 194
in good faith, with the distinct un
derstanding that it would hold over
uutil after the election of ItS'JG, and
that Senator I'ritchard should be
returned to the Senate in the event
that we were successful in controll
ing the legislature. A large major
ity of our party proposes to stand
by that bargain, and will carry out
its promises to the people of the
State. As to which, Putier or Skin
ner, of the Populists shall be the
leader of the party, the House mem
ber will distance the Senator in the
when steam prt-ses were invented.
Kvery new invention i nereasin is the
facilities and decreasing the c i.-t of
newspapers has been a continuation
of the fact that, the real promoter of
popular education the engine of
civilization is the pris. A man
who reads the newspapers careful'v
must becsme not only an intelligent,
but a cultivated and even a good
The tea.hcrs are the lust one to dis
cover that dead languages are not so
interesting to a live American boy
as the daily history of the stupend
ous enterpiises of this giant voting
nation of seventy millions of people,
pursuing the ai ts of peace in a part
of the world trikiiown at the time
those dead languages vert spoken.
'The Coliseum was a magnificent
building, hut why not tell a bov of
the modern st met u res of steel ami
stone vvhi.di a Roman architect could
not have imagined possi hi..-.' 1 hen
there are our industrial enterpiises.
an cables, and
in ploying the
the work of
s is the record, of the Legisla
ture on the colored magistrate
question and the Populist who Ie
nines it only makes himself redicitl
otis. MINT OP MONEY IN B'RRIES
Twenty Car Loads in One Day From
Near Wilmington Value Over Thirty-Two
One day last week the Wilming
ton Messenger told of a train load ot
berries on the Atlantic Coast Line,
the value of which was OW.
Saturday's Messenger contains tbe
following in reference to another
verv valuable train load of them,
being ill excess of any previous one
day's shipments whatever:
Yesterday the shipments of
rus from llmingtou and points
f the country is, referred to farms
were in evidence in different coun-
frotn i ti''s- conducted with energy, system
and intelligence, on which the own
ers are making money. liujues
ti.niably all the joils make a quick
response to kind treatment, some
holding on to improvements more
tenaciously than others, but all of it
capable of producing so much more
than its present output.
Lund is cheap and abundant now,
but in the years to come good farms
will not go begging in the market
;it half their former value: the wide
awake emigrant has already dis
covered this new Fldorado, and the
time is coming when the seller will
not say ''what will you give for my
farmb" but the purchaser will ask
'vvhac, will you take for your land?"
A colony of desirable Dakota far
mers, tired of the long northern
winters, freezing blizzards and high
priced lands, have found pleasant
homes in Pas'juotauk, and another
colony of intelligent, energetic set
tlers from Ohio are making their
homes in Peaufort County.
T hese new commers will receive a
cordial "welcome and hospitable treat
ment from their new neighbors; they
bring with them new stock, new
implements, new energy and new
ideas; but by way of caution, let
them not suppose that the exper
ience of their neighbors goes for
naught; it will be well to take coun
sel with them about many things.
J'or instance, if they suppose that
they can all at once begin the deep
plowing and turning under green
crops which inopt northern tarmers
practice, they will come to grief and
wont be long about it.
As to the matter of health, the
people had heard of some sickly
localities, but they were not found;
they scout the idea of the east gen
erally not being a healthy section
ami prove their claims by the records.
Still it would be a wise precaution
to give more attention to drainage
and to provide for drinking water
from cisterns or deep wells.
Here as elsewhere in the good old
State the 2coplo claim that they
possess the very best of it, aud are
justly proud of ft. Bullethi N. Ci.
Dept. of Agriculture.
he ways i
t lie lai get
Wood hi in
ft t wo
, 1 .
our sin its. oridges
various means of i
forces of nat u re to de
man. which comprise
ed the hi.
not dreamed of by
The teachers do wed
boys to read t lie newsj
con tai n not mi ! v the
tu re and art of the pel
h istorv of l he wor
tain the Pest exam
ami spoken Fnglish
i i i
1 list l'l Ct loll
to teach the
apers, for they
loiehee. lit. ra
iod the daily
t they con
BEET TRUST PACKERS RUN
( ll 1 1
Frightened by the Investigation
Coins' On at Chicago.
von. May ') Ker.es i w
appointed .-:- i . 1 1 Co,
igetit to i ; i vest I r ite the I less-
f Tnitt List winter, with Col.
Heskeil of the Treasury Depart
ment has been taking evidence from
the shippers and dealers in cattle
and sellers of fresh meat for two
months. He is now attempting to
indict the packers for violation of
the Interstate Commerce low.
A. R. Fay, a traflie manager or
agent for Swift & Co.; C. L. Thomas
a freight agent for the Chicago and
Erie Railroad, and C. Davis,
confidential man of Nelson Morris
iV" Co., have been subpoenaed and a
doz?u other.-? have lied to escape service.
Atlantic Co:it Lino leach
h-water mark, exceeding
t .shipment "f an v previous
season. Mr. A. S. Miyuard. South
ern agent of the California Fruit
Transportation company, telis us
that t wen ty ca'loads were shipped,
embracing b.T I crat; s, or 1 ".?
'plaits. At the average New York
(notations taking a figure 10 cents
less than tile maximum price, the
value of this shipment is '.',-')C'h l(l.
I. ist season the largest shipment
in any one day was ", ' ""-J. ' crates. I'p
to yesterday that was the greatest,
shipment ever mad;.' from along the
Coast Lit e.
ilr, Maynard tells us that lie ex
pects the shipment today wiil even
exceed that of yesterday, and that
he anticipates that Monday will wit
ness greater shipments still.
;- t ics for ! v.'.") show t hat
talits of the United King
at Britain and Ireland
An Object Lesson.
If any object lesson of the; bad re
sults ot heiuihlican rule woiud bring
to North Carolina were needed, they
were furnished by the Republican
convention of Wake county which
was held in Raleigh yesterday.
1 he color line had been drawn in
the election of delegetes, and there
were fewer white delegates than were
ever before seen in a Republican
county convention. It was openly
stated that in some of the townships
the negroes had refused to permit
white Republicans to participate
iind the result was that there were
hardly enough white delegates to
prevent its being truthfully called a
jneeting of and by and for negroes.
The self-respecting portion of the
Republican party in Wake county
was disgusted at the mob, called, by
courtesy, a county convention. It
was nothing more than a mad, howl
ing mob from beginning to end,
without even the semblance of de
corum. It cannot be said that any
business was transacted, for the
howling mob did nothing but howl.
Whatever business was pretended to
be transacted, was transacted like a
man might arrange his private pa
pers in a cyclone. It was rusJied
through, pell mell without any som-
Ptaiice oi parliamentary order, or
pretense of method. In the early
stage of the proceedings, county
chairman Adams sat at the- table
where the preciding oliicer icisually
sits, but he did not pi eside.--News
and Observer, May 2.
I'd lie U I ll L.' the I . ll.sSl.lh
j ill hi i c in pri nci pi 'S and
llie eoiihtiy. One of
rnltMiies is located at
The, Paron's principal r 'sid.
late years was in Fans, but a
part of his time was spent in Fng
Jand, where he had several coiintrv
places, and Path house in London.
His one great grief was the lovs of
his only son, who, however,
ell lid ren by his Ch rist inn w i f
.lie married without his father's cn-rent-
'The P.iron first caused them
to be adopted by a respectable
family of his own faith ami after
ward adopted them himself. Hih
jgrand children, a boy and a girl,
.later became his inseparable -companions.
Maurices de 1 1 irsch was a
.Hebrew of the Hebrews, but relig
ious tolerance was a part of his
creed and the cures of his Austrian
villages might often bo seen at his
table. The men ami women of his
own race found in him the most
generous of benefactors, but his
purse was open to all good causes.
The news was received with dis
may in more than one royal house in
Europe, and one of the most direct
ly affected is the Prince of Wales,
whom current rnmor makes heavily
indebted to the Paron, the amount
being even placed as high as $7,500,
000. How the claim of the Hirsch
estate will be met is a question
which is now agitating many.
Private loans by the generous
Paron to other eminent personages
are alrfo said to be very large, but the
details naturally are unknown to the
public. Private charities will also
m ITer severely unless the P.iron's
will make provision for the contin
uation of his princely benefactions.
.Nobody k nows the amount of the
Parol1. 8 fortune, but it probably is
Kecolid onlv to the Roth
P'airope. Most of it was
from those sources of
wealth, railway and other
Hions in Turkey, Pastern
and Asia Minor. Jewish
1 1.. i: c. i
lllellt. I I Ii ,
III .lllll lO IC
in. ii'. 'l'l, illy
I'el- -,io hv I-'
The m I . k
s- i lie ilny lie y linard
- N . iv.- Hud Brain Trmi
liiuii.'i.t li:iiincH Bud
n e in i-i I' y :i in I
,u m ci
. I )i . I," HriiM1 i.
i. No fltmi'.
I.y miiii. Kr Milt-
,v :. ( 'hi-
i nr ).il;ir; '.' Mill
by K. r. Dull .
When a tramp aks for bread
not give him a stone; set the dog
h I in.
I r l.c'n -
( ! e
.i V. .
i i i i- !'. I H
, S.nd ..i.lv by ii i
a r, nl kI. .iv or I., i
I Mill y.
ui Id soon be W(
in.'- s. a p. iv;
l llllOl l.. Hgl"tltl".
.i nut 1. Foi u
Dr. . '. t' Nine rikI Hrnin
Treat. neut iJ "ii iranti i .1 to cure ny cn-m
of iiervoiM deliilily of whatever cuiiw.
Six ino'illi,- i hi r- ub uimniutrr, $".
A i sm
r l) m nl.
i In by K. S.
1 1 1 e 1 S III
del l Veil
THE THOMPSON ORPHANAGE.
BARON DE HIRSCH.
Tne Board of Manager' Meeting. A
House Will Be Bnilt for the Foreman
and an Infirmary Will Alio Be Bnilt
Yesterday the regular annual ses
sion of the board of managers of the
Thompson Orphanage I'tnl Training
Institution Episcopal was held at
the orphanage. The members pre
sent were: Pight Pevereml Joseph
Plount Cheshire, Jr.. I . P., of
Kaleigh; Pev. V. J. Murdock, I)
11,, oi Salisbury, Iroin the liioeesi
of .North Carolina: Pev. James Car-
michel, 1). I)., of the Diocesi
iast Carolina, ami ,1. d. Miannon-
house, one of the board and ti
Superintendant Pev. E. A. O
i . i . . i . . i
oorue was asKeu to state wnai the
institution was in most need of now.
He said that a house for the fore
man and an infirmary were the
things that were greatly needed at
present. Mr. Osborne was instructed
to have a house built for the fore
man. The board accepted the oiler
of the Thompson Orphanage guild
of St. Peter's Episcopal church to
build tile infirmary, with resolutions
of thanks, and Mr. Osborne was or
dered to have it built. The question
of a water supply was brought up
and referred to the executive com
mittee with power to act. The cost
of it will be 1 joked into.
Mr. Murdock, Pev. Mr. Osborne
and liishop Cheshire were appointed
I committee to Migge.-t a plan t.
unite the East Carolina Imoccsc and
the jurisdiction of Aslieville in the
permanent work of the orphanage.
On motion, thanks were extended
to .Superintendent Osborne, the
matrons. Misses Maekey and Cape
hast, and others of the institution
for faithful performance of their
duties. Thanks were also extended
to the physicians of the orphanage,
to the railroad companies; to the
It is false pretense tha'. has ruin
ed the blessing iii disguise businufs.
Wanted The iiulortuiiuie to know
Ihiil He I.'- Itriiii' U. V. . ( ure will
i lire in llnee .lav 4 iie I ) llnr l ntire or
l.v mid. Km -ile by K. S. Duffy.
The devil could not take ('hrist
to show him anything
Hi uu'h S.
. 8. Duf.
I. iihi-.-. .1. -oair not. Dr. I ,
A I'. I Ml- sure line. Onr
kI.iii- or liv mud. For ule ul 1
The Ancient Order of Hibernians
is usually whisky straight.
Tor seventeen venrn Dr. K. ('. Wikl's
Nerve : i ml IJntui 'I rejitmi nt hn worked
wun li i- for i lie Kiel. , pule, IK rvous, dc
l.ihnitod nun and women of this country,
f I per box; six for $". For sule by K. H.
The pav ing material of hell con
sists of good intensions and unpaid
eh ct ion bets.
Vn. uill not ! lisiiii..inlrl ill Dr.
- ( .A ( : ('ure. No Ind rlfii-tn,
1 t.r. t- .i.u-. ir Uiiihh, ' st
v in nd. I'd -di at F. J. Dilf-
Sherrv cobblei s are not a bloom
ing success as shoe-makers.
D it ii- ite Indies Inkr izrrait n stor.il ivr.
I lull v.
Inn. 'h S. A P: I'iIIh. One Dollar,
r by mull. For Hale by K. 8.
Smoking is undoubtedly injurious
-to the tobacco.
num. Take Dr. K. Went'
and I lru in Trnitiin nt It r.-Morm
vieor. i iminnt ceil lo cure. I
x. hx lor $'t. For sale al F. ti Iu(.
An automatic electrical etna
phore has been perfected for trolley
road crossings. It is .so arranged
that a car approaching from either
direction will cause danger signals
to be displayed at the point of in
tersection of tbe two roads while
the car is still some distance from
Electric Hitters is a medicine suitol for
.-.ny season. Put perhaps more ccner.illy
needed, when the languid exhausted feel-
iiiLt prevails when the liver is torpid and
sluggish ami the need of n tonic, and alter
ative is (bit. A prompt use of this medi
cine has often averted lung and p. rhaps
fatal bilious levers. No mdiciue will act
more surely in counteractint; and freeing
the system from the malarial poison.
Headache. Indigestion, ConiUuiptioD,
Dizziness yield to Ekctric Bitters. OOc.
and 81.00 per bottle at F. S. Duffy's
Diug Stare. jll (P-
pelided 18. IS
every man, woman and child in the
realm for beer, wine and alcoholic
liijuors. Contrary to the general
impression the English drink more
than the Scotch, and the Irish less
than either. The ratio of the En
glish expenditure for drink is $10 40,
the Scotch jll.i", and the Irish
P3.lv! per hea 1.
Tec Great Philanthropist His C harity
Expenditures Over $15,000,000 a
Year -Prince of Wales Heavily In
debted to Him.
Baron Maurice-1 de Hirsch, the
great financier and philanthropist,
died on Monday night, April :20th,
on his estate aX Presburer, Hungary.
from a stroke of apoplexy.
Paron Maurice de Hirsch de
Oeructh was born at Munich,
Bavaria, OS years ago. ILis father
was a man of wealth, who for ability
and services rendered the State was
ennobled. After his father's death
the baron associated himself with
the European banking house of Bis
choffsheim & Goldsmidt. Early in
life Baron de Hirsch struck out a
States expressed ! path for himself, and was the firtt
to plan that system of railways
which stretches out from Central
Europe to the further East. Ho
was the controlling spirit of that
vast work, leading from Buda. Pesth
in Hungary, to Varna, on tha Black
sea. ly dint of sheer will and
financial capabilities of the highest
merchants and misiness men
other friends of the institution.
Thanks were extended Kev. I
Hionsoii, of Hast Carolina, for
faithful service in behalf of the
Bishop Cheshire was elected chair
nuui and Mr J. (j. Shannotihouse
secretary of the board of Managers,
and the meeting adjourned.
The bishop confirmed several per
soufl after the board had met.
Norv in. nil
(live a man an inch and he wutiti
a tumbler full.
No 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 v . Si ill your dollar by mail
and :.el a Oox of lr. I'.iuh'm li. ,V (j.
Cure. Cures in line- di) Never fall.
For si I I iy K. S. Dully.
The kick of a cow iH not the niogt
acceptable form of milk punch.
I): I.. Hni'i . S. A: I'. ilio ,,uly
Klein h; l-.r ladies. One Dollar, al Mora
or i v mad. For sale ,y F. h. Duffy.
Fr .in a IcPpr written by lk-y. J. (iuu
ih l man, ol I iimoiidiPe, Mich., wo urn
pinniped to m ike iIiih i xtriu t. "I Imvfi
ie In s.l .lion in im (mum idling Dr. Kin'x
N". n I Iihcoi ri y, im the r sill's w rc nU
ne si ii aria . n- in il.e chmc o! niv nilr,
'hd I was pa-i. i ol llie H.iilii.t Cliiiuli
.1 K.vrs Junction she wun brought down
Willi I 'iieiiinun a miccoeiiinp Im (idpjir.
Teirihle pir. ximiiH of rouylunji would
Inst hein.H mill Plile iniei ruption mid it
m mi (I a- 1 1 -Aie i on Id not mrvive lltwi.
A friend rei oni mended Dr. Kui'n New
Dim'iiW i; il .las iuik in iIh mil k Hnl
t I 1 1 1 V s: : 1 1 - I ai 1 1 1 r iun-MiliK." Tn d In ti
tles I.e.- ..I F. S. Dully Dine Slum.
Lilllar - ".ll . ami $1 (Ml. 1 1 I ( I .
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.l. Mi-inn- ami dru 11,1 in. 1 1 ( nio-l
l'i..ii ii iini i iii. let 1 1 r. i m i y im i.iii..ii.
iall. i. . o : 1 1 eiil'."-. III. Iit;i -l Mill .
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i i k s dire. 1 1 v upon i lie
n I nr i r I ii N in cur.-.
.0 ls. For mile l.y F. S.
in I von.
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l 11 1 M 1 Cl'l-
m ni' . iv
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up. hi I In- soli. my
h. alt 'i di jt. i.iK ii
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of a i it 1 1 1 1 1 1 p depend
el il- l..uii'lnniin, ni
on I i- condition ol I)k.
mpuriiii s uml ciui-e tlta
nie vie(nou.-i itnd
1 1 -1 pa i Pin i- lite initst
i ue me. ii. im- in ue.
The Democratic Press Sound.
Democratic-populist fusion re
ceived a death blow last week. The
Charlotte Observer, the leading
Democratic daily in the State, did
its part, and the weekly papers j
themselves in no uncertain way
about those Democrats who are seek
ing to effect a fusion between the
Populists and Democrats in North
Carolina There can be no doubt
but that the large majority of Dem
ocratic papers are sound and opposed
to fusion, and "judging from this we
are, wholly persuaded that the great order, the Baron de llirscba plans
majority of Democrats are opposed j were carried out, ana alter many
to fusion. Cleveland Star. J years of anxious toil sncceaa- came
and preach jr8 arc
ill judged by
C iih-. i ol.K mill wl.ier.ine ofUe
lungs, oo i nmmon well children, hit eas
ily overcome by lining .b teuton's Emul
sion ol Cod Liver Oil. Full plat bollk,
1.MI. Foi ;ali l.y F S. Duffy.
I'lriui'iirc 1'iiMnisn may be prfvrnlni
ami the lull!" i i i it If Pt K"'w (n lieiflK )
ready bald, l.- 1 1 n use ul I la I I'n Yiaaolsble
Sii . !a u 1 la 1 1 Item wi r.
General and Nervous Debility.
"Woaknftftfl of Body ami
Mind, Effects of Errors
or Exoeoees in Old nr
YounR. Robust, Noblo
Manhood fully ReBturcl.
How to Knlarifo and
Strengthen Weak, t'n
rievalnntMl Portions of
Body. Absolutely un- Sheep, $1 00a$'J
iaaiiuK name i run.inuu
Benefits in a day.
60 States aud foreign
Wholesale Prlr IhII for ( OB B Ir J
Colloii, 7 ,7l.
I .iimbs if 1
lksel, -on I'oof, 4nr; dreHcd 4i ;
hind (jii irlcr, Tn1.
Chickens growu 4(a45 ; younif 2.ria:i.'i
and in d' in m.!.
Ducks, Eng. :;5a40c; Muscovy 6 a 80c.
Ocese, Mile, a !)0c. r iir.
Corn, aOii.Ke. (rrlnil tai )
HidoK (i.0( u lie. llnUi.s, dry flint L'aTc
deer lildcs L'Oc.
Peanuts, li.l u 70c
Send for Descriptive Botyk, ex-
planation and proofs, mailed taealedi free.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y.
I'otHtoeH lluiiibiis, 4(c; Vuiue
Frefcli Pork, 5c
Sheep Uusheared tln2
aDd $ 1.00.
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