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Volume 76-No.6 Relief In Six Hours. Distressing Kidney and Bla.l d r diseases relieved in six hour8 by the 'NVw Great South Amer ican Kidney Cure." Thin new nmedy is a great surprise n account of its ex ceding prorapr. nw lu relieving pain in the bladder, kidneys, back and ev ery part of the urinary passages in iiul. or female. It relieves retention of water and jiain io riming it almost immediate) v. f you wdiit quick relief aiid euro this 11 your remedy. So d by Heartt& Farthing. Druggists, Durham, N C. Torturing Disfiguring Skin ' Diseases Instantly Relieved by COTICM the Great SKIN CURE f f rrvra . th. jrit k la ca m. Inaluit! aJ!ay Um aauat Imhn ttrttiac. autamt. seat InOM Hutuoa, (wk rat ajij strap. saJa ra s4 trniawt aurfaw. clnuM Um acajp at nwi Sa4 memtm, aa4 raauwaa I ha hair. tlThx a Boaf, tha onj wiliciiwl tnllvt ansa, la Intiic Hhl, M tlWII( OMM'I HtlllM. 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Mr. Kelly, a white man from Ohio, a "sumrise party" at 7 o'clock that night by calling on him and informine- him through their siiokesinaa Dr. V. J. Uuutioi, that his presence there was obnoxious and disirustinfr tn the white people of Macon coun ty, and esjiecially so to the cit izens of Tuskegee, and that Le must leave TusKeeee and Maooii county on the first train which passoa Liicnaw; the railroad sta tion, at 1 a. m. or abide the con- sequences. Kelly is pretending wa minister, lie claims that he was 'called" to Dreach to the negroes of the south.;. Ho.had been holding a protracted meeting there in the negro church for the Daft toil davs. inakimr hcadnimr. ters with one Thomas Harris, were he was found by the com mittee that waited on him. t He is teaching and practicing social equality which will never be sub mitted to by the people of that section. . Take Your Choice. Charlotte KcvafUt. ' There were two notable conven tions held yesterday the Illinois Democratic convention and the Kentucky Republican convention. e nnd one thing to commend in the action of each of these con ventions, and that is the fact that there was no straddling. - 1 he Democratic and Republi can parties have records and his tories. . . The Democratic party has pro fessed friendship, and legislated in the iiitunitt, of the masses. The Republican party has al ways legUhited in the interest of the favored few and. at the ex- 111 e J the masses. 1 ins is the tKwilion of these pu- ties as subatautiated by their hi torien It Is further 'substantiated by their action in yesterday's con- vt-uiirti. Here is what the Dem ocrats of Illinois did ' They ad opted the following resolution " hcruas, silver and gold have been the nnnciixil moncv metals of the world for thousands of yean and silver money 'recognized and u41 as honest money between natiaiu notwith'-itandiug the vary ing ratios between silver and gold, and, . Whereas. The demonetization of silver has deprived the people of the free u. and benefits of an invaluable and original money metal, and has increased debts and added to the burdens of the people by lowering the value of labor products, aud, Whereas, The constitution of the tinted Stales prohibits the use ol anything but gold and sil ver coin as legal tender for the pay incut of debU, thereby recog inzing that coin compowd of sil ver and goal is hoiiwt money and tit ti be um.4 an a legal tuuder; tliercfore, by the Democracy of I ImoH, iu convention assembled, be it, . "Reaolved, That we are in fa vor of the use of both gold and silver as the standard money of tie tinted btutea, and demand the free and unlimited coinage of both inctahJ at the ratio oflO to 1 with ut waiting for the action of any other nation, and that such coins shall lx a legal tender lor all debt, both public and private, and that all contracts hereafter executed for the payment of men ey, whether ingdd, silver or coiu, may be disregarded by any mon ey which is by law a by a 1 tender." The K'epublieans, of Kentucky. dotted a resolution favoring so call id sound money and declar ing against tho free coinage of silver at any ratio. As rt in tioJ iced tho resolution, called for tlie cold "tandartl iu so many t o dx, but these words were strick en out. Thin is tho portion of the (wo partWt put in striking contra. The twplfl arecalletl upon to say which they will take. As for our positloa, we shall continue, to ad vcate what U and always' has been Democratic doctrine, and that is bimetallism-the tree coin age of both gold and silver. Brigg You say the phrenolo gist who examined your head was not very complimentary ? Griggs Hardly; he told me I was fitted o be leader in society. Life. Durham, N. C., A Legened of Moses.- . ' All tha Year Bound. ' . Bathia, the daughter of Pharaoh was not satisfied with merely hav ing saved tha.child Moses; she de termined to make him her adop ted son. and took him to live with her in the palace. On one occa sion, while he was still a toddling child, he narrowly escajwd being put to death. Tho Princess brought : him to the Presence Chamber, where Tharaoh satin friendly, informal council with the malevolent Balaam, and took her seat by her royal father, plac ing the child upon her knee. Attracted by tho glitter of the crown, the infant Moses stretched out his arms for it, and the great king, taking it from his own head, placed it on the babv hrow ot the future lawgiver. The child wyea witn it for a time and then threw it on the erround and stamn- ed upon it The royal circle was seized with consternation. It was the age of portents and auguries; of what might not such an act be ominous f From Balaam, malig nant in mind as distorted in body, came counsel prompt and grim. The act, he saidwas, despite the child's tender age,- fraught witn signincant intent. If Phar aoh would reigc in peace, he must slay the sacrilegious infant Fortunately for Moses. Pharaoh to employ the language of the law reports or our own day "took time to consider his deci sion," and to assist him thereto convened a full council. At this council Jethro successfully de- J 1 a a aaaia ienaea tne unconscious child who was fated to become his son-in-law. , . The Eulogy. The eulogy of Senator Voorhces on the late Secretary Gresham, al though compressed into a short telegram, scut to Sergeant at Arms Bright of the Senate, will hardly be surpassed by any of the many longer ones written or spok en. Mr. Voorhces said: ''Indiana is in mourning for her most dis tinguished native-born son. Of commanding ability, stainless hon or and undaunted courage, Walter l. Uresham lived and died the great soldier, the great jurist, and the great Secretary. - No manlier spirit was ever called, from earth, no truer or more patriotic heart ever teased to beat He loved his neighbor as himself and his coun try more than himself. His name and fame will continue to live on the best pages of American histo ry as long as that history itclf endures. You and I will never Iook upon his like again. The public service loses a statesman, vou and I lose a friend beloved. May Go8 bless the bereaved ones in his darkened home." Facta About It. The current issue of the Man ufacturers' Record, of Baltimore, provides realizing sense of the revolution now in possession of the cotton industry of the country, and as this revolution is located in the South the cause of the change is markedly due to the materia) development ol that section. The South no longer simply grows cotton to send away. The cotton is spun and woven into goods right at home. Figures presented by the Manufacturers Kecord show that of the 85,000,. Out) cotton spindles in the world half are in Great Brit tin aud about 16,000,000 are in this coun try. In 1XQ there were I0 mills with 607,000 spindles in the South; in 1890 there were mills and 1,700,000 spindles, and on De cember 31, 1891, thcr,e were 42-i mills and 8,000,000 spindles, with mills now building Uiat will add 500,000 more spindles. In the remainder of the country the increase was from 0,08(1,000 spindles in 188) to 12,777,000 in lniM. 'i i ms is an cxniui oi gain in the South of 270 per cent, in thirteen years and in tho rest of the country or only 28 per cent. The New South is forcing ahead, and the best thing almtit it is that Southern capital is finding its way into the various industries, nota bly that of cotton. Phila. Times. OettlnTriir. Tim Fall River mills, which re ccntly advanced the wages of ail (tinnruirntivna. rmiil diviiletiil.4 dur a. . 1 ing the past three month, nmotint- imr to I'll 5.375 oil a capital stock of 122,000,000. This importaut ; Wednesday, tcntion of the organs. So large a sum of money-earned and paid to stockholders right on top of a very material increase in wages, coupled with the trade announcement that "prospects are' good for 'an in crease of business," is worthy of some notice, if no other way than as news, but the organs are silent. The better times, however, are here.. The wire and nail mills of Pennsylvania " aud Illinois, savs the Philadelphia Times, controll ed by a syndicate, gave a teu per cent, advance in wages Juuo 1; the Calument and Ilecla Mining Company, of Michigan, ha re stored the rate paid in October, lo'Jj; the pneo of copier euables the operators to pay laborers in tup mills as good wages as tkiiled miners make on the ranges. The9e samples of the returning tido all are all to the credit of the past week. ' - . ,: . - . - By and by the demagogues and the" organs will recognize the truth of returning prosperity and then the truth will be all the harder to tell. ...... Cast a Line tor Yourself. Great TU'itlU. " A young man islood listlessly watching some anglers on a bridge. lie was poor ana .dejected. At last, approaching basket filled with wholesome-looking fish, he sighed: - "If, now I had these I would be happy.tl could sell them at a fair prka 'and buy me food end lodgings. "1 will give you as many, and just as good fish," said the owner, who had chanced to overhear his words, "if you will do me a trilling favor." "And what is that?" asked the other. . ' "Only to tend this line till I come back.; I wMi to go- ou a short errand." ' . The proposal was gladly ac cepted. The old man was gone so long that the youndt man becan to be , impatient Meanwhile the hungry fish snapped greedily at the baited hook, aud the young man lost all his depression iu the excitement of pulling the n in; and when the owner of tho line returned he had taught a large number. Counting out from them as many as were In the basket and presenting them to the young man, the old fisherman said: "1 fulfill my promise from the fish you have caught to teach you, whenever you see others earning what you need, waste no time in fruitless wishing, but cast aline for yourself!" t: .' . How Silver Is Growing. .' .The New York World, with its usual enterprise vud iudustry, sent out last week to all members of the next Congress telegraphic in quiries as to their views upon the three prominent questions as fol lows: - Do you favor a single gold standard or free coinage? Do you favor further Lirifl changes? w Do you favor the i rinciple ol income lax 7 In reply to these inquiries the orld je-eived responses from lift members, but a number of the members are supiHiscd to be ab sent from their homes, tho pwl- olhccsof others are not known, aud some, jcrhajs, may not want to commit themselves at all. Out of the 116 who give positive re pl.'cs55 are for free silver, 41 for bimetallism and 17 for the cold standard. That means that !) of them are for ilvcr only 17 foi gold monomettlisni. It is fair to presume that the other meintof? of the new Congress stand in about the same proportion, so that the next Congress, though largely Re publican, may be considered ac overwhelmingly in lavor of the fr.o coinage of silver ami ngainst the auminist?ations ound mon ey" idea of gold monometallism. A few details by Stales,-as the World says, will le interesting. It appears that Alabama. Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Ida ho, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Virginia, Wash ington and Wyoming are solid for silver so far as heard from. The bimetallism ore chiefly in Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, In diana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebrasla, Ohio, Pennsylvania and et irgima. New York, New Jersey. Tinn sylvauia, Rhode Island, Massa June 12, 1895. chusetts and .Virginia have the gold advocates. Only 'two members from Ten nessee have yet responded, one of whom is lor the "unlimited free coinage of silver at 16 to 1," and the other for "bimetallism." All the members from that Stato ex cept Cuckoo Patterson, are sup posed to be strong for silver. It will be seen that the goldkigs flock only, around - New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Rhode Island,' Massachusetts and Ver- niout, all under the shadow and influence of Wall Street and its money power. The masses of the people are for silver everywhere else. - . Republicans Divided. SL Louis Rc'i'uM lean. The division in the KcpuMicau party on the silver question prom ises to be much more serious limn the party press is willing to ad . it. Tom Carter, Senator Cameron and a number- of other stalwarts are sanguine that the silver men will control the Republican National Convention next year. That the gold-bugs will not have a walk over is as certain as anything in politics can be. Even the Y estliche Pott con cedes a minority of over a third of the delegates to the freesilverities in the convention. It gives them 23 States with 301 delegates and all the Territories with 18 more". Alaska and the District of Col umbia aro included aniong the latter, as is also Utah, which will probably be a State at the time of the convention. Delegates from Territories and the District of Col umbia will vote the' same as those representing States. So it matters little whether Utah is represented as a State or a Territory. Here, Chen, are 322 votes vir? tually conceded to tho 16 to 1 free coinage Republicans, and the to tal vote of the convention will be only 906. Their strength will in all probability be even greater. In the. W estliche Post s table the delegations from Arkansas, Iowa, Louisiana,' Minnesota, Michigan, lsconsm, Missouri, North Caro lina, West Virginia and Texas are all set down as sure for an out-and-out gold standard. Tho truth is, however, that some of them are likely to favor free silver coinage and the others may be considered doubtful. Even Illinois. Indiana and Ohio might be put in the the same class, for not oije of them is certain to indorse gold monomc- talism. ' ' - t The doubtful States, including Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, will have 312 delegates in the con vention, and if only half of them side with the free coinage silver itea from the State practically given up by the Wesiliche Post, the Cameron-Carter wing of the party will control the conventtou. vVith only half of thr delegates from the doubtful etites, thesil ver Republicans will make the platform atd select tho party's candidates for President and ice- President They can do all this and have 2 1 votes to snare. Illinois, ( hio, ' In liana.' "u- cousin and Missouri may all V( te with the goldbugs in the Repub lican Convention and enough votes will lie left among th . classed as dou'l'ul to defeat t ei. platform ai.d undidates ui d ry the convention for free com.ige. The. Republican organs have been having a good deal of amuse ment over the divisions iu the Democratic party on the currency questioti, but the laugh will boon our side lieforc the summer is over. Washington, June io Presi dent ana Commissioner Miller have gone fishing in Gocse creek, near Petersburg, Va. Mr. Cleveland will , return iu time for cabinet meeting tomorrow morning. The oath of t office was adoiinis tered by Chief Justice Fuller this morning to the secretary of state, Hon. Richard II. Olenjr. Attorney General Harmon is at his home in Cincinnati closing up his business. He is expected in a few days. . Politically he is al most unknown, but the few gentle men from his own state who know him say he is a good lawyer. Fifty clerks were dismissed In the pension office Saturday. Among these were Miss Lessy G randy, of Klizabcth City, N. C, who has held a position here for about fif teen years. Highest of all in Leavening Power. Absolutely pcjde Dorsey Claggett, an old citizen of the Disti ict, was appointed col lector of customs for this port late Saturday afternoon. Mr. Charles Daniels, brother of Josephus Daniels, of the News and Observer, has been promoted in the land office. The war department has eranted a medal of honor to Col. Clinton Gulley, of Hickory, N, C, for gal lant conduct during the war. He was a Federal soldier of the brave- est sort and is now a useful Citizen of North ' Carolina. The South should encourage such settlers. Consul General Reynair Wil liams, ot Havana, Cuba, is here. It is rumored that he is "personna non grata" with tfie Spanish au thorities and may be succeeded by some other man. ALL SORTS. "What kind of a reptile is that?" she asked, pointing to a 6ilver coil with ruby eySS in the jewelry store. "I think it's a garter snake," he repMed. And ; she didn't ask any more questions for five minutes. Philadelphia Record. Commuter What do you mean by saying that that house isnly five minutes from the sta'tion? It's fifteen minutes if it's a second. Real Estate Dealer When I said five minutes I supposed you, had a bicycle. Boston Transcript'. Fuddv What's the tronWe with Caudle and his wife ? Duddy She has sued him -for breach of promise. Fuddy Breach of promise 1 How can that be, when they are married ? Duddy-Why she married him for his money, and he declines to give up the money. Boston Transcript. Putting Him on His Mettle "Doctor said the sick man, who is painfully shrewd, "I , haven't a do lar to leave to posterity. not a square inch of real estate, nor a scrap of personal property." I don t quite src how that con cerns me." "1 dunno that it does in perticular. Only I was hopin'. that I'd get well right soon so's to hustle around and earn money to pay your bill. Washington Star. The first cotton bloom of the season was brought into the Mo bile Cotton Exchange Monday. What is f V 'V 'nv"i v , V I i Y jsj-"-ti i v W Castoria la Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants add Children. It contains neither Opium. Morphine nor. other Narcotic substance. It fa ft harmless substitute- - for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. It guarantee) Is thirty yean' use by Million of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays fererlahness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Card cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castorla relieve teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulencja CastorU assimilates the food, regulates tha stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Caa torU is tho Children's Panacea tha Mother's Friend. , Castorla. " Canada It aa aaavUrat tnollrina (.a? rbfl tnm. Mothrn kaS fvpoatxlljr luM ma at IU goo aflaat tapoa thair duldrra." 6a, O. C Osama, ' ' Lowell, Mart. Oantdria It ttia"bsal tmrnif tor ehildraa of hlo I am arq-atiotrd. I anfw thada- laf far dMant tVa moUwn will onaaUar tha nal kitrrm at their thiMn-a, aad aaa Caatnria la. mumi mt IhafsriDnaqaark aortrnmtahlrii arc aVatni) li taHr tend eeaa, hj foreim opium, aaorpaiaa, BooOiinf aynip atxl othar aMthd atanta aoaa thea? throata, laarrhr starting UMtapmBatartgraaas." r Pa. 1. 1. tmenwuM, Caaa-ar, Ark. I Tkm CaaUar Csasy, TI If Established 1820. Latest U. S. Gov't Report The bloom is five days later than last year. - Prof. E. E. Barnard, astronomer of the Lick Observatory, has pre. sented his resignation to the board of regents of the University of Cal ifornia, to take effect next October. The New York board of police commissioners adopted a resolu tion Monday dismissing from the force Inspector McLaughlin, who was last week found guilty of ex tortion. , The explosion of the purifier of the Crystal Ice Company, at Co lumbus, Ohio, Monday, killed Fletchea Sells, engineer, destroyed several thousand dollars worth of property, and placed in jeopardy $50,000 stock in cold storage. Every 'saloon in Des Moines. Iowa, was closed Monday, by or der of Judge Spurrierr of the dis trict court, holding that the so called . consent statement lacked sufficient signatures to entitle the saloons to the bar feature of the mulct law. An appeal will be taken immediately. Near Sidney, Ohio, eight cars were demolished in a treisht wreck on the Big Four Monday. Eight tramps were in a car. Four es caped with slight bruises. Ed Ev ans, Stephen Goddinger. and an other unknown were taken out dead. George Brown, of Letonia was fatally injured. William P. Robinson, indicted on three charges of grand larceny one in the first decree and two - o - - in the second for embezzling about $7,000 from his employers, 1 illottsoa & Son, the Englishing publishing house, pleaded not guilty before Judge Cowing in the New York special sessions Mon day, and, was remanded. . Governor Morton has revoked the requisition granted for the ar rest and return of Antonie Maskato to Charleston, S. C, -which was granted recently, because the par ties interested in securing it have been trying to use it to extort money from ? Maskato, who is guilty, it appears, of only a simple breach of trust Children Cry for Pitcher's CastorK v m n . V V.'.V.' ' v -w Castorla. " Caaloria b saaaU adaptai toaiAarsa aVU liaoaiBiaaJBassnyirtBftBaaraiasMliillai kaova at aja." 8. A.Aaeaaa,M.B4 ill to. OtfotJ Si, twoslya, K. T. "Onrparslriaal la tba tsiMraas Sapara hoI aaaa spokaa kichlr at laatr Sxpart. aaoa la Uwlr atatda prartfaa am Caatirts, aa4 allboata aa aalr kaaa aawag aar adkal auppUea aal Is kaawa a rafalar pnxluets, fat art fras at saafaas Uat U aiartMal Castorla bas as as a) loak W basf apnaH." V arris BcarrM iw Piajaaat, AlAM a Im, fVaiu array atraat, Xty Tark Cltjr. fact im cuUrely oapo4 tlcat