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ix J -r cvtil- ir.U-ri cufri m rUItLISHED F.VKKY DAY IN THF WEEK EXCKIT MONDAY. MT THK CAICAKIAK Ft' It I.I Hl I Mi (ft SUBSCUIITION KATES ONE YEAH, ONE MONTlf, .... ... i i . i . wuicq i lit t-oi.. ht.tuanl'-J fur-. J ;ior -ur at,.! huh D-uiocralic l-gifelaturt, for -i .jul of time !.:tv- r.fuci to ie U.' - i Al':i'. li. lf- h:iv. Ifui.dr f r tl. t J Lit ti, th f -d. hi v., 1 THl CAUCASUS PLSUSMIIS CO. ..V I'Ul,!i; KnUfrtvl at the I'M Office at Hamuli, N. :.. an Bt-oorMi-rl-uM mail it. alter. school hf th- (ii t 1 ' ltare m th Stt- ! .m ' ri)lii;a, ar.'J l; ?b-r lVjul:" , inf.!-i :i; it. '::, m '. V W h. North t .irohi t v ..f KALKIUII, - .SOUTH CAItoMNA, Thai-stay, March lilt., ISO.',. TIIKf.KMItAL. tnil'M til inr, Hut lVw State Legitdaturf s an called upon to face and settle jrat (questions of State policy. Nine Leg islatures out of ten in this, and all other States, meet and nimbly do routine work, pans local and private bills, and enact general statutes of only a minor or secondary nature. This General jAsseraMy wa elected on great issues, thoroughly discuss ed from" the mountains to the sea. The people had rebelled rainst the management und rule of the Demo cratic party, and against conditions that had been growing from bad to worse for a number of years under the rule of that party. It has been twenty years since any General Assembly has been elected by a great revolution of public senti ment, and charged with enacting cer tain great and radical reforms. Sixty four days ago the General Assembly, with these great and grave ques- tions to settle, met and began to la bor. Among those constituting the majority and charged with the re sponsibility of legislation, there were but few who have, in the past, been prominent in legislative coun cils. Over nine-tenths of the body were men who were a part of the plain and solid yeomanry of the State. They knew the wrongs that were to be corrected; they knew the reforms that the people demanded; but they had to undertake the task themselves, having but little legisla tive experience, while they were op posed by men of the minority who were skilled in legislative cunning and device. The General Assembly closed last night after staying in session three " rjn TL ,t ,! ton t compensation. The record has oeen nlaw. are many things left undone that ought to have been done; there are no doubt things done that should have been left undone, as isjthe case of every General Assembly. But upon the whole the record is remarkable for the immense amount of labor done, for the wisdom, and for the broad patriotism and progressive conservatism shown. The election law is a high tribute to the spirit of fairness and patriot ism which prompted the body, and stands out in bold relief and striking contrast to the partisan, unjust and discriminating laws by which the Democratic party for years has disfranchised the voters and per verted the will .of the people. Under the law, which this Gen eral Assembly enacted, the rights of all parties and individuals will be equally respected and guarded, and every Democrat in the State, whether he will admit it or not, knows that under it that there can be and will be a fairer expression of the will of the people than under any law that has ever been on our stat ute books. The county government bill is an other high tribute to the patriotism and honesty of this Legislature. We do not think that it is the best bill that could have been drawn, -but it is the best compromise bill represent ing the diversiSn of opinion of rep resentatives from various sections of the State that cculd be passed, and all fair-minded men must admit, that it is a vast improvement on the un-democratic, un-representative and tyranical system which the Dem ocratic party has imposed upon the people for more than a score of years. Under the county government sys tem of Democratic machine the people had absolutely no voice in their local affairs. The majority of the people of a county, no matter how large that majority might be, was fnmed to submit to the rule and dictation of the Democratic ma r.hine. even if that rartv in that - county had less than OLe-ttnth of the votes. PrtWl.ly, against this outrage, more than anything else, the people rebelled. The present county government system enacted by this General Assembly gives the people of every county majority rule and control of their local af fairs. It goes further; it gives the minority, minority representation ; in short the county government bill is Democratic, but the people had to drive the Democratic party, so call ed, oat of power to enact Democrat ic legislation. ""sjJhe above were the great isjues in the campaign, and seldom has any . legislature had to face and fettle Kilter questions In addition to Jbote this General Assembly has Hit"'! .t la '.mitr fr a nij-'Ji i rt;-u.?-r i- tL 1 !ii;rt: 1 f t!i- ooutittv Ui jrn urr tht Matin.' -:it of Ua lAu to th-fm- f-iiu of fciUfr Ujt lh foil j -it !u-o .e : l irrt: A majoritr of lb- l)raiv cmtic jurty of th? country can not c i.trol or dictate the tolicy of l k our ae-liool ' OVtrnnw,lf l"Ciur that arty uot a majority arty ii the nation. SfCMfiU: I he baiia aj'pan-ntly aa-iitii-d by th rt-t.rt-ticijtamcrt of th r.'-r"ti v 'at- from t i hundred dollars worth f prop My , ami U i i(J , l.ac i.act.-d a !a tl"' p-'pi'-, ui.-.-lv r, i right votf toiiiira-. tl. - atnoiu.t. No !. I ll ArrMIiMy t;;tn r taken a icati r Hl-ti forward for th- aihance- Meiit and building up of -yat n than thi.- ot,- ha.-. In inldition to all th'u th- (on cral .8icinbly hai created a lU-forni-: D-mocratic j-arty iseuing the main- p"'- Htory for young criminals, an insti-; 'tiiUj above r ferred t. is that a tna- tutioti which the Stat- had long nc d-5 jr,t of the feaid l,url can imU"1 ...1- u,u u,.w.i. .. ...J the entire party, and tins asumptiou !;!-r ititu tK! i' r: I r. r'.t.' .-.! tl.e Ai t.- ' !!. 'i. T. Nrth 'ar-'i. n. .ai th.t i to I. TL- t'-rt.n:,i " I A-l AS I' ll. The ....;: the pt.bl,. 1' . pnpfr. ii job pr.titiCj; as in on .xuti !., doti t-y priLtiu (.ouint t- !. .r :urt L..-w . iS t : r i '.J .1 nejsc uf t ' iii.i.i.i, and enrry-.t..---. ax i U'J.'ily :u I t'Uf'i.otiinc ftn- MstcheH The Only r.rr- -.i.i THE DAILY CAUCASIAN Blood Purifier jrofcr.e&ie , : faIU(.;,,Ut,. for the reu&oii that i Mutcrt have long since established. ' every caMti which the uefctioti f 1 n addition to the above, this I?n-; free t nuage hm been under con eral Arifiembly, recogniziujj the fact 'deration by that party, thete have that land and wealth producer, had M CU f' " ' iU, " raI,k" "f " .. . , , . , , extended UKiruittuk' :tl to tllectual- paid more than their fair share of i y t.rUBh eVt.r , ffort aml j,,, ,.f taxation, have h night a new source , united effort among them, and there of revenue, by requiring all elapses is no reason to tn-iieve that these to contribute their fair share of the;cl b tl 1,s win not continue. biirdw.f n.vm ! Ihat l.ipuliata re pre- w(titinr 1'iTi'iiti i.nntii.j in nrtri i V I H Wi.rtl. If The routine work which u-uallv i c ,r,hiia, and other lV puli, in : C; J. L. U.irris,' otltaleih. makes up the whole business of the ! m-. )Ug e nblel, re iipiie'id til-: i. i..., i i I .. ... i .... rt . ,.f V,,,ti, t ! V i. 1 1 j .1 1 i 1. .1 tl.it i lit. r ifii u t 1 w.i r a v 1 1 t Vi i- ' in audition to tneanove great ineai ; J ti-'- "'i, " yjo.Oi'U, divided into two thousand awu imuirijue iu tue n.umnnu .- sli;tres of the iar valu of u.u 1lUrh ing towards the organ i . itn.u of a t.:u.b, with liberty to the .stuckhold distinct, ohtical party w hich has fcrs to 1Uerea.-.e the amount of haid for its chief issue before the nation capital stm-k from time to time, r ill. Th nl- e !i r(- s.t.d litiiti-n ii pro.oed in l - i .ri.(.S .in is Kl eih, Wake eountv, N. .. atid uiii other p'aee or pi;t i !r brarj h of lio'x a the I'oard of l)1re tors may determine. IV- The l ntrth of tuu.- !-fir-d for theeliteUee of s-md eorj-a'loU in thutv )iam from and a!t-r Lt? date uf tin e aitielei X t t j .l;Il,f. V. The name nt thf ( i-rsutM who have Mibenix-d for -t'K-k iu id Corporatiu are as follot t to wit: Marion liutler. of lialeiu, N. William F. Stroud, Chatham nmutv: Wiu. A. tiuthihp. of Ilurham. II tl' ...I I 1 v The (.!)' I'opullt I I ) 1i t!.- 'ir itr.is ; lbt iily I". j. .1 i lu) In thf South th.tl llkn the I'rv dlJt. Lev The Daily Caucasian I indetndenl and fearlf . H will i'hew to the lirir let li.ehipi fail where the) will." uh. h ai"v c r i.. i w 1 - , The Daily Caucasian ures of progress and reforms. In conclusion, we wisli to call at tention to the fact, that notwith standing the last campaign was one of the bitterest that was ever seen in the Slate; notwithstanding the fact that there wa3 more excuse the free coinage of silver at the ra- at any time to au amount not ex tio of lj to 1, but at the same time ; feeding Fifty Thousaud Dollars, di t hat the I'opuliat? of North Carolina vided into a proportionate number in lintaiu th -ir it no nv a ,d diitini i Vr sLare.H of the J,iU' val:ie of ten d,A' i 1 1.1 V ' lars each. nrriM rit lull I i II ill 1 1st .- ainl tfiat' .... . .... e , ... , .. . t - 1 v 11. lite sai.l Corporation may for the exhibition of a partisan spir-j every effort and every compromise . (lirtrh:lse ur lt.ase aIlll htttl ali 8Ut.u it in this Ceneral Assembly than any I that can be made without a eurren-; real aud personal and mixed proper- mI, ,r i,;a 1..1 , I der of principle, which looks to- i ty iueident to the business aforesaid l AJL lit 1111 I llilin. IlL L11IO JSA 1 1 - . . , N. C Shut ord, oi Newton, N. L The amount of tvte capital ald corporation shill be 'Will reiiort the pnner.litiiTit of the I-Kilntiire ; will jrat hr t h loe. State a il dom-tie r ew . will give Mint aeeotint of all sorts of nto- meuts amount thcjieple ; w ill kwp it ejes ujn industrial progress ; will, in short , inform the public upn all -rt of tuple in which the MpU art ;nterit-l i 1 r 1 . . .r I .1 t Cie ,. " ' ' ' ' 1 . ... s ' . . . . v . . , . 1 1 -: - .!' .s ! -. II. . HOOD'S Sarsaparilla It hi vt. ti it li ' l :;- ' ' t t j" ; ; it .!" '!ut it.t: .li'i t:. 1 t It i vkhat w- I . Uli.lt Hl It ! IT H.4 Hood's Cures 1 . ; s n Cot Get 1.. 1 It t m . wards the effecting of 1 H'trisla lation ; and necessary (r useful for that pur- rose to the highest plane which will Q-cure the free cvinaKt. of ! i-ose, its the Hoard of Directors liiall The Daily Caucasian charitable institutions of the State, and this iu the face of the charge that the same institutions in the ban ds of the Democrats had been used for partisan purposes. No action of this General Assembly has done it more credit than this, and in taking this position we have set a high political standard for all parties in the future. As Lieuten- patriotism, and refused to lay par-1 silver, be made by the I'opulidts ' detai mine; and subscriptions for; tisan hands on the educational and I individually and collectively during i u ,,ham Vrporauou may ue ; the next two vears , paiu w nouy or iu pari oy me pur-, the next two years. j chase from tLe subst.riber of tiro,)er. ; thf. vvr.KKi YCrc Asian. ty at such appraised valuation as . . , ; may bo agreed on between the ltoard j va was auuoi.nceu )inu4t, 1 nt of l)ireotors and SUeh subscriber. DAILY C'aUJ'ASIAK will suspend! VIII. The Corporators, subscrib- with this issue ers ur SiO0 an stockholders of rr .:n 1 said Corporation, shall not be iudi JUK EKKLV l.AU ASIAN Will be , ,, u -it i vidually or persoually responsible or coiinuueu auu puousiieu 111 me vity , iiarjie tur tnw jebts, contracts, pe- of Kaleigh. Every possible effort ; euniary obligations, engagements or .,1 , , , , . j torts c f said Corpoiation. wjII be made and every energy ex-1 JX xofie time and place for erted co mak'e it a valuable exponent the tirst meeting of the Corporators ant (iovernor Doughton said in his j 0f economic questions and living is- and subscribers for stock in said U.u i . i iui iiuiaimu iui uui ihics ui oiirnut will seek to expose chica-1 . ' . , , 1 1 , . b. " t ratioti ts hprehv crtirpss v wn l veil . iiniiv 8Deech. in accepting the silver service leuucicv handsome him by the Senate, "the State insti tutions of JNorth Carolina have fared well at the hands of this Gen eral Assembly." This is indeed a high, bat deserved tribute from a political opponent. Yes, the record of the General As sembly of IS 95 is made. It is well and creditably made, and the people will approve the same by a hand some majority at the polls in No vember, 189 G. MOVING kOli VNITKO ACTION. Kepresentative Populists from van- i i . ous counties in tne otat?, wnue as sembled in caucus this week in this city, took a firm step toward national tinaucial reform, by declaring for themselves and recommending that all Populists also declare, that their sympathy and influence would hi extended to any movement ljokiug to a uniting of all the forces of the country favoring tho free coinage of silver; and their meaning is to secure the operation of that principle for the United States without regard to the policy of any other country. We think no more important ac- tion has ever oeen tasen in urtu Carolina than this. The reform of the finances is, indeed, the great issne. and the reform of the finances will never come until steps are taken to restore silver to its place in our money system. Let all who want financial reforms unite to secure tne free and unlimited coinage of silver, and when that shall have been done, it will be time encngh to press for other features of reform. The position of Populists is shown by the following preamble and reso lutions which were endorsed: Whereas the American Bimetal lic League has inaugurated a move ment to sclidifv into one body or rjartv all individuals favoring bi- metalism in me meaning thereby the free coinage of silver, at the raito of 1G to 1, and Whereas, the free coinage cf diver at the ratio of 16 to 1 is i a principle demanded by the Populist party, believing that it is ab solutely necessary to the solution of the financial difficulties by which the Government and the people of the United States are confronted, and Whereas a number of the so called leading Democrats, m meet ing assembled in the City of AN ash ington, have also issued a manifesto in which they declare in favor of the free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1, and in which they express a iw,i;f in tliAi-iffhfc of the maiority of hthe Democratic party in the umt3d K . . . . . i rf that. States to control tne pouoj party, and in which they request all Democrats favoring the free coinage of silver at the ratio of 16 to 1 to unitejfcr' the purpose of ocuring nactment ot legisiacioii j such free coinage may De S3- 'liphorwl and in doing this, it will be abso lutely fearless and merciless; but withal it will seek to characterize! its course with dignity. There will, i in all probability, be expressions of j opinion which may not meet thear-j proval of everybody; but in statement j of facts the Weekly Caucasian may be regarded as absolutely relia ble. It will always give good rea sons for the faith that is in it, for it will advocate no principle or meas ure which is not based on justice and equity. Subscribers to The Daily Cau casian are invited to transfer their patronage to the Weekly, with the assurance that the best efforts will be exerted to make every issue live and interesting. seal seal seal seal seal! SEALJ The cartoon illustrating G rover Cleveland's observation of the re ceut eclipse while duck buuting in Eastern Curol;na, is presented to the readers ot The Caucasian by the courtesy of the Washington Post a paper which is quick to see a good point wherever it is, and is otherwise brilliant in every respect n I V 111)1 '1 1 1 l W1HUU n If II LUUlllUULU .11 Many beautiful women die in the very rmME of life. Others live to middle age. but are seldom sound and healthy. Why is this vou ask? We answer felf neglect, but your life can be lengthened and home made happy if you commence at once. Try one package o'f Park's Vtginal Suppositories and you will never regret it. They will make a new women of you and will absolvtely cure all the distressing forms of female weaknesses. No experiment. No doctors' ova miration. A positive ccke. LeucorThea or whites are usually entirely cured by one or two applications. Price 11.00 per package by mail prepaid. Particulars isealed) 2c. PARK BEMEDY ro.,-Boston, JUss. feb 2S ly zation is hereby expressly waived. testimony yh'i?of, the under sijrned have neiduUvo ai i. i . and seals, this tne 13th day of De cember, A. I). JSU1. Makion Butler, W. F. Stuoui, Wm. A. Guthrie, W. II. Worth, J. C. L. Harris. A. C. Shuford, buseribing witness. V. S. Barnes. clerk's certificate. North Carolina, ) Before the Clerk Wake County, J Superior Court. I, D. H. Younnj;, Clerk of the Su perior Court, in and for said county, do hereby certify that on the 14th day of December 1894, the execution of the foregoing and annexed arti cles of agreement for the incorpora tion of the signers and their associ ates under the name of Caucasian Publishing Company, was this day! preyed betore me by the oath and ex amination of W. S. Barnes, the sub scribing witness thereto, and that thereupon the said articles of agree ment were filed in my office to be by me Recorded of Incorporation and a certified copy thereof transmitted to the Secretary of State for Letters Patent to be issued thereon as pro vided bv law. In witness whereof, I have here to set my hand and official seal, at my office in Kaleigh, N. C. this i4th day of December 18U4. D. H. Younu, Clerk S uperior Court. letters patent. State oriKoRTH Carolina all to HAtm The Presents Shall Will stand for economy and re f o r m in all branches of the public service. It lielievesin the great ma.es of the plain work ing people more than it bflleves in any other class ; and it will do all in its power to teach them to know what their rights are and how to secure them. It will furnih a medium by pie may com municate with one another ; and it invites all who have any thing to say to make free use of its columns. if . r. !.. I- f M . t ! . - I' I if-iif rtf- 4 ; I . r .! r J ; li ' - . ' ir -t ,...n. I". i U. t-r.r i-i m :.l . r'r".'. '' 1 -: ; lu . Il'rl -.t m li f-rti.t i r .-.j'j Tlrr tc'r ft ' . I i. t,; ' a 1 l.fr i- itr v..' f t I i irl til ' ' I . t 1 t I ' ' ..! t fl.t t r, 1 tn '. : . -i IEKPEGTANT ? I MOTHERS, v ! 1 1. .t . . . .. i - . i; OR. H&TKAWAY & CO. SPnClAl.lSTS-. i' 3 ; in t .tlr.nt I at I 'I others i) . Friends cto av it ovucciiti. fJ . i i- i 1.. i. M i i: t Ifc I, The Dailv'Caucasian Is published every day in the , week (except Monday) at Ilaleigh, North Carolina, by ; the Caucasian ll.M V -n nJ mt4 t' at: 4 l.rn kk'.i f murm 1 . - I i 1 .. . Hi I-.. I.I Mit. y v m r ii ft -t a4 . f I iwrlin lr- tlir u .f . i ! i a f .i . 1 1 t r ,mfm cr 4 il ) ,, 'tmr-m ml. Ml" Xu. m . ft J -I ... li . . ii . j ) ' - tf A. . r . f t . fi t .1 a i I i . . - . . 1 . . 1' -;.n I .-w. t.ii.i I. .! I, I- rr.i.rr...r ft r . Ifr.l.r.' ' III ti 4 m ruff. ! ITIIHIA! 1 rt i g . -u- 4 ' i rnkftrM ! li if . ii -.i I'.t i w a I tritlit" illi' lr.'rt.m ' r . ..J. ;, lra4 iik tit La raimt . ' i. W r i f , .: ' AT tit Kit. n.i :a. oft:. r..i tl. ii. Llcr ai. 1 i .-.ui I . T PHI 1.1 Tr' . .!-.:. r :iil). A iuik,"1 i' I a 1aaram.r4. ' KI H uf a,l an..:, rai.4 t r. IIUI1.I U'mI'II U.K I I'll. IWITI IMI. !! nut aj . rM.nl i ft - i a i i i i th. , jrr iwl at 1 M I ltii 'Ui i. . ll -I ' V "iwi in ami r CIS. IS IP to.::'':"--V..i ":;.:r,; Ic III jlt i , . .......... .-. j ML ! I iJI I 5'1 - i I I W toraaraatr to 7 Vv'rfN mm, KNOWI.KIKIB I'n:!." tif it !.! iftipf'. n.Ti1 r i i. mi. J H-fttift.- n, . . 1 . i. ve invite all our friend toi come and sw us in our new i I.. .I i t l..ii ft . I 1 f' iV. a j t-r - .iii . . t. I i i ) 'iram . I" H I ' r 1 1 m 1 1 mm m- I liir ma. I i I . i.-' t , i a : a I ! tl t li-.l'l" It- '.-li - 'I I. I -- l-i.t ..!( .f -.n1 f -jr i. i: a V. I . V. i V. l-.r if. Vii f i i j, 1 ... A . r- r. a, .r.l.-.r a - i . . . I . . r.. . a'. . ' nuarters: so mat tney inav : .'!.:.; i.t-. : . f - i l 1 i In 1 f'liI II ! tl t.t l.:!r u - I . Ihr- ti.aiiT. ml,.. !irr ! u r iii tn ! r nti-l -i.ji.y ii(. ti.i.r . ith J. . a t,.i'uf-, l.y tift- jr-fij-lly aluj-tiit lii- ..rld' lat rlit ta t. lti-lft .f i.li.ial km it., !.! t1. 1 V:.io- t liHitif .ir- ii-jMi :il .llV- tf If.a l'ii. .Li ...1 in , . . ... ... Il- T'-ii - dtl t i' pT it,1i ?i t! f- rru n.4f-t f tl.L- i.. m ..t t'i- t.4-. , 'In f. ;f. .ii t,u',r !i.lrd pf.;fli. j.ij.t M- : 4 t i '.r l U SU-lt f m iti i.i !. ti-Ja , a ij.J lt-.ir JrfTtjlM t.lly ifit, i.f.t ijt l-'l. see from an inspection of our . plant that we mean business. ! ft. t . ft. al I u. U . ti.' . Jo Com GliEETIXQ: Know Ye, That it appears from the certificate from the Clerk of the Superior Court of Wake county that the following named persons Marion Butler, W. F. Strowd, Wm. A. Guth rie, W. H. Worth, J. C. L. Harris, and A. C. Shuford heretofore on the ! lie Daily Caucasian1 Takes the news service of the j As elated Press, which is a i guarantee to all, that we shall be able to give all the news; in reliable and attractive: form. ii-Ja III Il .r fill n vtl-I . it,U U U.lili.Jj at. I l.. t w .til t!." approval f t,r tr.-li ! j.r .f. t'.U. I-U- it JWt n th l.'i.J-u- v., ! . a r aft l i.ila vjtliut 'k-toi-? twin atrl it i prf.-rl! j fr. (f.j, n-ry .tj.- ti iiikliU ruilaT-. -.rui f l't f .r aala- l.r !l drtar- wrmm vm . mw . Z f:'t i' ' shIJI lattl. , but it t n.-r- Thp YPVkVU MmDl ''tiir.-M.y tU 'hfft.n.i fir . '.! Il'l uM u,JKrot.tutr il ofVrtd. il- u. K' fir i..-i.- i . A J !r- ur t DR. HATHAWAY & CO.. aa i-l 5oulh hroaJMrrct. All (A. RALEIGH, N. C. W. H. HICKv Maacr 'SPANISH KING. An Imported Black Spanish Jack. ported For sale, one 2J-year-old Jack, out of im jrted ' Spanish King," fourteen hands hi-'h, standard measure; rovij w,Ki"i has been proven. Price 4o0. One2-year-old Jack, bred as above, meas xitL thirteen and one-half hands standard, with three inches to grow. Guaranteed to serve. Price $3.00. . .." Five Jack colts, from six to ten months old Prices from $ 100 to 200. Three Jacks are all black -with white iW.nts antLwill grow to 14 and 144 hands, pouits, aau me SHUFORD, Breeder of Spanish Jacks aud Jer Cattle, Jacob's Fork, (.atawba Co., N. C. oich7 4m The subscription price of the Daily iffiuK.'flZS news and c'mr - 13th day of December 1S94, signed j CaUCaSiail is $6.00 ' wlbj1 and filed Articles of agreement for v i roM bath on per year, invariably in advance. IfiATO $9 CO rl nn ! the formation of a private corpora tion before said Clerk, and copy of said Articles of Agreement, dulv certified by said Clerk nnder the seal of said Conrt. have been filed &nd recorded in this office as prescribed in chapter 31S of the Acts of 1S93. 2s' ow, Therefore, Under the pow er and authority vested in me by said chapter 318 of said Acta of 1893, I do hereby declare the persons signing said Articles of Agreement duly incorporated, nnder the name and style of The Caucasian Pub lishing Company, for the period of thirty years from and after the 13th day of December 1S94 for the pur poses set forth in said Articles of Agreement, with all the powers, rights and liabilities conferred and imposedtby law on such corporations, Witness my hand and the Great Seal of the State of North Carolina. j at office in the City of Kaleigh this 14th day of December in the 119th year of our J Independence, and in the year ofur Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four. Oim I ITTT0 t'T-W Secretary of State. I Ojrf-n for the rtt-rU!nni-t;t of trniiit ' j and prnaaitft-nt jru-ti. H, lut-ation n tt t-t in the city, wri Mm Jn.tu .rn-J : I iti ii dfpot. Kr'tjt- IT ft-t-t on tL i-'.Mic ; park The intenor f urni-ltir- i!l i-.tuir-' favorihly with any h.; m tt.- .-:a:. MJ . 11 apt'lintriieiitn. .i-a:xt nj;-r rU-vator. I.arl-r hoi itiaP .1.1 I t r . I'.. A 1 . . . - . . . . . i j li r . aiii I I'wulTrW'raph ! x,- tth Ut- mi-.-i--nr-r trT-ic. lit A at. -I on eaUi fliftur. I'-tl.te atit.t..n irotn iuo?. KIr.1ric i nti t-n " : soiilht-ru entrant .to uobl Telephone : No. li r AGEMTS at aaaaa. aia ar aainac Cm, PIaBV mr eaUaattac aaate far i laptaia. VaAa an ktnaa mt alaft. Urtl ir liaiaB,aiimilai Any one sending us a club of ten names and $60.00 at one time, is entitled to one copy of the DAILY free ! The Caucasian PublishiDff Go ii Kaleigh, N. 0, DAILY CAUCASIAN ? $6.00 PER YEAR. S aMrf"Our porUr nieetevf-ry tra,n rat to parlies ami families. HO MORE EYE-GLASSES, MITCHELL'S pZKim f doTToUfie isijc best Shortening for all Coo uroscs. I" r me l K N t- a T mm I t- a a f I - An QlffofiY. cf rrtoo mucfi n'cfincst (rem food, coolred ?rv fard. ACcrtaia Salt IN Electiv RaMt for SORE, WtAK and INFLAMED EYES, BemtoriMSf the Sight !. Cure Tear Drops, Orannlatien, Stre Tiunors, Red Ej e, Matted je Lahe, ASD PRODCCIXG QUICK RELIEF AND PERMANENT CCRE AIm, ftaIy ei&eaxiiMta mlm wM tat Miter aaalaMlle, mmrU m I Wn, l ever hrea, Tatmrm. HaJt Kkeaaa, Batrm. Rlle. mr rtaereer laillamallaai exlata. MITCnciJ.ll M4JLY naay be aaa U diaauce. SOLO PT AU. DIU66ISTS AT 28 CEXTS. Old papers for sale, 25 cents per handred, at this office. All eomtnunications and business letters should be addressed to Thk Caucasian. Raleigh, N. C. cooKed ir h trtftifo I, Co mo rti B O Y0y ut e CoTTO t Hi 1 . Ka4caljr T N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.. C2ICA&0 14 ST. IftJXS. Old papers for sale at ibis 25cents per hundred.