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CL1KT0X DRUG STOKE !i;STAIiLlSIIEl 13 YEARS. J 1111 Alliance Department. ALLIANCE NOTES, DISCUS SIGNS AND THE DOINGS OK THE VARIOUS LODGES. T.T. XjX3X3 - - MnnivBor: IVisons nctiX medicine only when llicy are Ick and tin ir lives in dan jrerl then they want h very le.-;t licit can he had. Only uch is kept st: the Clinton Ihno Stokk; there e;iu lc found also ;i u!I line of Pat ent Medicines, Kential Oils, lYr t'uniery, Truw-eH, English Tooth J'mi:e.s Medicinal Whiskey, Horse and Cut 16 Powder, and the hest renu dit s for all di.-easerf and ail ment of Horses, Mnle?--, C'uttle, Hogs. Poultry, etc. Lee's Backache Plasters? In r-'nitli Carolina". Minny Hiiin-. Tlnir wond'rotH virtue, f;iIHr l.xt 1 1 :tn iiinmiue: Mililiiuu in liiinistc rinjf to liiuuuii ill; And iii.'inya jiai'if ;ilon our w:iy, f.tcV I'liiMKTs (lotliitlluy. Voii ean euro a had ease 'A Jiack "lie quicker with one of l-ec' Pkw-,..- than by any oii.er 'plicvition, arid after the backaeiw ret?, you can still wear the j luf-'oi with coiri fert lor a month ex longer. Thin i Master is a tfreat discovery, and it is hard to find any pain or ache that will not yield to it. Prepared only y T. J. LEE, Druggist. Tat; ju a.-ix wa aiiojili da-tLe official Onrtn of tlif sami-Hon County Alienee at the ASST. STATE LKCTf RKK IIL'XTKK Will Speak in Sampson asti Countie. Adjoin in 'i.ll's WAllT ifjc. A certain cure for warts on horses and mules, as Judjro E. T. IJoykin, the Editor of Tiik (Caucasian, Capt. Cornelius Partrick, Maj. W. Lucius Faison. Mensra. A. Kerd Johnson, 1 Terry E. Fnison, Win. II. Faison, J Ion. JJascomb Nicholson and hun dreds of others in .Sampson and ad joining counties and throughout Eastern Carolina will certify. Sold only hy T. J. LEE, Druggist. WOKMM IN IIOILSKS. Leo'rf Worm Specific never fail to cxpei worms trom horses and mules. warranted in every case, hold only hy T. J. LEE, Druggist. iiou.hh AXD CAT-rr.v rownKi:. We offer under this Iieijj the hest Condition Powders iithV V.arket. ilioy arc prepared by the" leading urtig nouse ol the United States, iio.n me lormula of the most dis tlnguinhcd Veterinary Surgeon liv ing. 'I hey aro excellent appetizers- a general alterative and tonic, and can he relied upon s a remly for all diseases of domestic animals. They are composed of Llcorico-Itoot, junior jsernes, flaxseed, (Jentian, dinger, Iron and Antimony. Sold only hy T. J. LEE, Drueglst. OTITKU SPKC7A ITIES. 1'ure 4-year Old Medicinal Whis key. A Safe and Certain Corn Cure. Sure Cure for Scratches in Horses. Sure Cure for Eczema in Cattle and Horses. Safe and Sure Cure for Lice on fsioclc. I I .1 ..1.11, ll III J I HI I II f1 i i . r . . jtriow i give you list or ap pointments m bampson and ad joining counties for public addresses. Register's, JJladen, July 22nd. Tar Heel, " 23rd. Stedman's, Cumberland, July 24th. Devotion, " " 25Hi. Clinton, Sampson, July Ilobtoii, " " Concord, Duplin, Cliinquepin, Dupliu, Richlands, Onslow, I 'ado Alto. " Ana. "27th. 2Sth. 29 th. 30th. 31st, 1st. bpeaking to begin at 31 a. in. address public and if desirable private address to Alliance in at ternoou. - It. 1). Hunter, Lecturer. TO THE PUBLIC. You arc respectfully invited to attend a picnic of the Alli ance at ttentonville Sub-Alliance on tho 23rd of July, 1891 and bring your baskets with you. Respectfully, D. J. Williams, Sect'y tup; farmers' movement from a disinterested standpoint. In compliance with yojr re quest I give my views regarding me great larrners- Movement. In the I?rst place it would seem tho honesty of the allied agriculturists is discounted and their mental ability underrated. Can one doubt for a moment that the fanners of the country hve been preyed upon bv cor morant monopolists and oppres- sea with Hostile laws evn, to the verge of bankruptcy? Are they not honest in saying ho, and in their determination to call a halt, if they can? In profound thought, and witli brains perfectly equipped to do that thinking in their line, the average farmers compare favorably with any class nnon the earth. vho.o lakes them for should look well to his capabilities of judging. limy know they have tn&nds a&'l Lave always been so in a great measure. How far Southern Alliance men will, or should, compro mise with the views of their W extern brethren, wil! not now b discussed, but thev will 9 0 ---- naturally dpuiand a compliance wiin tneir formulated require inents from tne Democratic party Jn the South. We have the race problem to settle, and I can see no wisdom or political tact in opposing them. Too much zeal in this direction might open a verita ble Pandora's box of evils For one I arc willing to trust mj wisaom. patriotism and statesmanship of Southern. De mocratic Alliancemeu. j he fanners' Governor of South Carolina, elected as such, amrms he is a Democrat, and others, I could name. exDress similar sentiments. The fanners have followed implicity the leadership of politicians in the South. Now they say "we are the ones most hurt, we know wher we are hurt, and how, and we propose to apply the remedy." Now, let us all follow them. For we are dependent upon them for pros perity, and when thev fail we sorrow and are sore afflicted. There is no need of class clashing or split in the party in the South. My profession bars me from Alliance membership, but they have my sympathy, co-operation and best wishes iu the game fkrht thev are makinir. and mav all of the Ingalls and McKinley stripe ran before their onslau ght. Dossey Battle, in Farm ers' Advocate. fools own bf.eu hurt, and they know, too, what iiogs. Sure Cure for Chicken Cholera. Scientific remedies for all diseases and ailments of Horses, Mules, Ilo Cattle, Pouttry and Doss. ergisl" HOLLIDAY'S "A STITCH IN TIME SAVES NINE!" Don't wait to get sick, hut when y it begin to feel had come and get a doso of medicine and prevent sick ness. This is the proper use of mcd ii ii e. Ifyouwilldo this you will Etmcely ever have a doctor's hill to pay or lose months of time, and put your friends - - . . - - -- ----- . 11 sucn a ueai of trouble. in aaaition to mv i-nnmUo of pure and reliable Drugs, I carry Warner's Log Cabin Remedies, 13. -u. n.t tne o. a. ., ijuminc in small and large quantities ; Simmon's Liv er lieguiaior, famous Specific Or ange Blossom, Cuticura Remedies, Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription, tho Golden Medical Discovery, Horse and Cattle Powder (1 pound packages prepared by tho Herb Co. of W. Va, Quaker brand.) Prescriptions carefully compound ed. Local and office practico upon re quest. Respectfully, augltr DR. R. H. HOLLIDAY. at some 1 1 nljvJjiajj) j wiie uareoi anotiier's interest ay lie Will Lis own. Now, let us look bald facts. The farmers become vei-v ueir to an parties and politi Liaus, wnen platforms are be THE POSITION OF THE ALLIANCE. We hold, that the princinles and demands of the Alliance are paramount to party. The A.lliance is non-partisan. The 1st purpose is: "To laLor for the education of the agricultural classes, in the science of economical trov- ernmeut, in a strictly non-par tisan spirit. We stand above bitter partisan conflict, as a bard of brothers, for reform, and as the coh irts of party strife move to battle, under their flags, the Alliance shall observe, as they unfurl their banners, what inscription is written on their folds; and the one that has upon it, "Truth" and the demands of the Alliance, wiil receive the united support of the grand army or relormers. Shall we destroy the graudest opportuni ty, that has ever dawned upon a once free, -but now, debt rid den and money paupc red Ameri can people, by plunging into the people are "not in it, So complete is the control of both machines in the hands of , the money power and other corrupt influences, that the only hope of an outraged people seems to lie in a political revolution. Each party is controlled by a ring. Everybody knows that Both party rings are controlled by one other outside ring the goldbugs Every bDdy known that too. The people ate sim ply wishing for an administra tion that will report them. What a pictnre ! The people of a grand republic struggling to gain coutrol of their wn trovernment! What has made such a spectacle possible? The unfaithfulness of public ser vants. tnd nothimr else. The w purpose of the people to punish mat uniaitniulness is uuanl mous. A Forum of Public OpinionJ THK MOUAt3 OF TitAJD ! TH E OPINION OF OUlt KEA D ERS ON THE VARIOUS TOPICS OF THE DAY. :x We offer UL column to or rcMtrni in wbkh to dUcus.-j logics of iuUTotaud i-roSt to them. win corrupt partisan politics? iv T . . io sir : let us principles - fiiwl stand 3.1 by our THE DURHAM FERTILIZER COMPANY EXUONORATED BY THE FABMERS At a meetinir of lliduewav Farmers' Alliance, No. 784, the following resolutions were ado pted: Whereas certain newspapers in the State unfriendlv to the Alliauce have diligently striven to create the impression that trouble existed between our Alliance and the Durham Ferti lizer Company; and whereas we believe it our duty to assert our confidence in our ability to take care of our own interests and to defend . said Fertilizer Company from attacks of ene mies bv whatever motives prompted; and whereas the Durham Fertilizer Company has tedered to our Alliance the sum of $2.43 upon each ton of f ei tilizer purchased by us and embraced in the shipment a! leired bv the Commissioner of Agriculture to bebelowguaran teed standard. Resolved, That the attacks upon the Durham Jrertililer Company are false and unjust and that in our belief they are instigated by the malicious motives of representatives of rival goods which have been repudiated by the Alliance of this State. Resolved. That we have com plete confidence in the honesty ana integrity or the Durham Fertilizer Company and its officers and the value and ex cellence of its goods. Kesoivea. mat we nave re ceived what we bought and ex pected to set and have found every bag of their goods up to representations and guarantee. Resoived,That being entirely satisfied with the goods so fur nished us and believing that the real objects of the : recent attacks are to promote jrival concerns and to create 'dissen- RAILROAD HOUSE, NEAR THK DEPOT. Sample-Rooms ami Special Convcnloii cssfor Travolingr Mon. xiwfure istno best the market Hffords, which is always served in kuuu wnoicsome stylo. umu, ptT uay, only $ j r0 " -month, 1200 iiio patronage of the travclino iuo.:c is respectfully solicited . W. E. BASS. sepitt Proprietor. nifl qiii.1i o".aWnins i a nsiumu me Autatoo-anu cause and such a revolutions in finan- fli htWOfln if ana tMtai ' wuuu. nas never seen. We can obtain soectation nnrl L -.'x - . J (rMn3a. .rill. . pari, oi me money leiiuerea oy grander results, by standiug tha nn.m T?iua- n SOliar linrm iivr nloffmnn I. ... A U A. Ill n. L. I I (II I -v A. 1. : 1 . !1 1 ing constructed and vnt and the Dart v that sha.fl Ewwe. m T .enu"ea 10 wanted. Thish ni" this nla.tfnrrn with nT : f ana. lua our ousiness agent so, and yet lelief has been in borne onto triumph. A glorious instructed to nubibus. Rennhlic Yn?l era will dawn. n.iB2KS5! re.tu.ra the same to the Company n the Korthm T to all and fecial nrivn ,W1 a coP3Tof these said reso- have relied on t bo nniift." will wt . """"a wmcu-wni pxau 1 wuwoco ui ---I b WUk muu, liiDOn thf nlnntp tllftir tiiirtv frti. IlP.Pftr Minn avnn4- :.. - j 3 -. hiws iTrViof 1 J , . I lOlgUBU I V3. Al. 13URTON .xci, iu auaea l,lcJ nave maiawiuii Qat, taxes. 111 a hierh tariff ,QQ wavs hut shall ho j0ko.. oecreiary. sanes, which, they were told. from robbing the honest toiler The above is the Alliance to Wnillri lniira tr 1 c l ' I nf Tiia l-.n a I 1. ; T. x-l iu viicix Uwiient. -"ia iio-iti carufiu money, whiojx nie guano was snipned .1 In ; II. . -1 . III. .. 1 - iubv in me npsnair i-f riaj mrouifii usurv ann wmh nir in nrV,ji . , trilCtlOn a nd Vrrtto. ,-s,.. Illtlirps. Rnnd hnUi.n J ' " thev aroSfi i n th'K .11 tractors nf tT" ZZ.i Partment to be below standard ' J UXli If j VU4 AOUWJT DXX'SIX I 3 ana wrath anrl huriai I takft Hip yone fr mi their trailed nick a government for and hv th y . - I - J W ii iook Dig-brained. full-hLm. people. 8..T.Vkimt eu, siout-nearted men -to aban Mr. Editor: In your last issue you call for an expression, on the question of schools for Clinton. Availing myself of vour suggestion, I as space for the following abjervatioiis. Schools are n t only a part oi our civilization, but they are an important, necessary part of it. This is too well understood and too universally acknowledged to need proof. r Any community that keeps abreast of the times and does its duty to the rising generation in its midst must have schools, sufficient at least to give its boys and girls good, practical education, for the large majori ty of the children of everv community are educated at home, or thty are not educated ai an. uniy tne favored few can be sent "oU to school." Clinton has for a long, time oeen in an unsettled and un satisfactory condition in her relation to education. It is no pan oi my purpose to enquire iuto the causes which have brought about and fostered this state of things. But rather to assist in seeking the remedy. uiinion nas lorg held an envia ble name in the State for the culture and refinement of its people, as well as an uneuvia-J tie one on some other accounts; fcjhe cannot retain her prestige on me one nana, wnue she will certainly go down the scale on the other unless .our nennle -. . . ' - ! . wane up to a sense or their duty on this Question of the education of their children. What is that dutv? It is to haye an adequate, nermanent school, the management and control of which shall belomr . n to the people and not to the teachers. We hear it asked al most every day. who is Lroinf to teach s-hool in Clinton? A more pertinent t. enquiry wonld be. where is any school to tfach? .Establish the tchool. f That is of the first i mportance. Plenty of good, competent teachers nan be had if you will give them a school to teach. No trnnhln about that. ' How can the school be estab lished and supported? In several ways. It pan be done bv taxa tion in whole or in partin the latter case the taxes to be sun. i . -. . . pieinenieaj y tuition lees. It can be" done' 'by..' voluntary contributions' from those patronize it. It can be done by rsjynents upon the Datrons levied by a Tjtnvi- nf r.,o., tu vviucu asses.oment.a no, patrons of course must assent. It can be done hv a enia tuition fes. No trouble about a nlan .m we necide to have - the school. Whatever plan is adopted ought to emorace a territory of three or iour miles arou.id town. If Clinton wants to retain her present population, to say noth ing oi an increase, and if Clin ton real-estate owners don't want their property todeprecia i.o nx vaiuo we must nave a school not simply school teach ers, but a school. If , any man buium mis is iaie talk, he will see ir tne thing goes on thus. D. li. JNICIIOLSOX. 1 A millionalrp nmnnfflrtnrwfr.fi i a quack medicine better known some forty years 4go thim it is now, m being qutstioued as to the cau?e of his success, pointed through his office window to the seething crowd hurrying along the street, and asked his interlocutor what ho thought was the proportion of wise men among them. On receiving the I i.i II m . repiy: pernaps one in a hundred," he rejoined: "Well, you can take the one; I am satisfied with the other ninety nine." A man who, a good many years ago, w as well known in Chicago us a ship owner and a speculator on 'oliange had a favorite axiom that 'the world is made up of hurabugje.s and humbugged;" and he was wont tb intimate that he, personally, did not belong to the latter class. The wealthy manufacturer of a quick medicine extensively ad vertised and sold at the present time asserts, in his own classic language, that "a sucker iu bore every iniLute.,' The implication in these and similar sayings is, that is justifiable to take ad vantage of the ignorance or weakness of one's fellow-creatures; In other words, that the fact that one man is a fool justi fies another in being a rogue. Such is the principle; and the practice is conformable there unto. '-The Morals of Trade" uave ueen a oy worn lor years. in a famous essay uuder. that title, written more than thirty years ago, Herbert Speucer showei what thev were at tl.nt time, and since then they seem 10 nave got worse rather than better. Lying ."aiverti semen ts false . weights and measures. shoddy goods of all kind, ready made clothing, of which the seams unravel and the button fall off after a week's wear, un derclothing wh()S dves sfni'n the skin and poison the flesh arsenical wall-papers, poisonous nair-ayes and cosmet.es. dan gerous quack medicines whir-h afflict thousands with d drug-diseases, of all diseases the most intractable: and. wort nf all, the adulteration of fond poisoning the . very springs of life. The day will Come when this infamous crime against humanity will be unnishud a it deserves. it is to protect" the swin ri ling manufacturers whose frau dulent, practices are here ani madverted on, that Con enacts McKinley tariffs, by favor of which, rogues are con verted into millionaires at the' expense t,i the taxpayer and consumer. Frederick T. Jones, in June Belford's. The Black F!a- liaised AGAINST T!!i: ALU ANcr.llY COX43KKKSMAS OATIN. Cl. loik replies to htm through the I'rogrcvihff Tanner. j WFICH 13 IX FAVOR OK THE Till Up 'PARTY?. j A special from Washington,! D. C, a few days ago, gave tho loiiowlng interview with Mr. uate; THE H. B. GLAFLIN cl BIG FIRe ' 1 All l.iffsirjtj,, . ... , -JlepresentativeOites,, Ala- i m''" " r; ' bama, who s an old r.ishionel rC " ? ilr in i ! , Democrat of the mo-t uncoin- IJ.', ! T T ' iu X' u promisiiu- M)rl, tak?M a very i iilint' ; r:u';t, ,: serious view f tuo Alliance I J h v ! v1"' o11 -movement m the Suuth. bpeak-l h luir 'J.v. r i . r ing io rtay, lie said that he thought that the Southern De mocrats were in timid and tru.-tful in dealing with the Alliance and that they did not fully appreciate the serioi vfi.Ss of the situation. -Too many of our follis,' he -aid, are trying to make friends with the Alli ance, in hopes of holding their own hereafter. They bu: do ceive themselves. Tho Alii anew folks are not ioole.-I, but our people are comprmirtd. The fact is just this: We have got to light the Alliance right Frank Thornton i-Avi:m.viLrj u.-h WiJe.i him thiilav .-uibiicu ;uij!ister. w ;,. j r fh.n ii-. in 11 t i , ..-.v ...lulu in- u - l.U;Min i the unrket. H,. Uil. a hi ; t use his discres.dojr, ;Ul ,t," result is highly Kitblartory' t,, :, nd I think Will h,. to ,.,v patrons. We were i.iiimu- ti, ursi hit vers .nt tl.i i . . . . out with all our intent or it will sale, and mcumJ firt ohC. .'. get the bust of. us in the fcouth. !t,Ui st desimble .,tr. t-...r Ao man can believe iu the Suh- jann propoy rriviu ' .rrr .. WOMAN'S, -SPHERE. iki:ss. AN APPEAL. To the brethren of North Carolina and elsewh wno leel disposed to help me. I lost J. II. Bishop, Catherine Lake, Onslow county, N. C, - . Children's Comer. READING CLUBS. On the 25th of June, 1885,the ijiaguotia Heading' Ulub waa organized by a few of the citi zens of the town, a constitution and by laws were adopted which declared that the purpose of the organization. was the improve ment of its members socially and intellectually. .The club soon decided that they needed and must have a Liorary. By united effort thev 1SAVfy om?.n's duty,. Hist to 1,1-rsclf, laumj, unu uuru to Kociutv to appear neat, attractive and to an advantage FASHION NOTES. iirocades are more. popular man ever, and their richness and striking contrasts seems to grow, with their popularity. ; .A wrju-uiMe princess grown is.ine most comfortable stylo i nere is no drawing apart at the waist line, or hitching up unuer tne arms. Very lanre nlaids are fa liinn - . . .-MiUU Drofien designs being preferred I he exquisite coloring and unique .shape of .the orchid gives it precedence over all other flowers for . dressy head gear. . J TUE IIAT YOU WANT The woman with a Jrm n. is not wise at least not in m5L ters of dress if she w. ars a bonnet with a sharolv brim,, .accentig the r upward lenaenc oi her FayelteviUe Wnrlfs CHAS. A, GOODWIN & CO. PROPItlETOPiS MarliiR LAVTER'S OLD STAX'n r A r- I I m ... . ' 1 , 1 t-VILLE, N. C. .uanuiacturers of and dealers in garble and Granite Monuments, AWouht Iron and Woven Wire 1 encinjr. BEST iYOBK ! LOWEST PRICES 1 Guarantee Satisfaction! ier.5 tf BARBER SHOP- TTf,ylY W5th a Shave, Ilair Cut, fehampdon or Mustache Dye, call at my place of . business on Wall Street, three doers from the corner of M. Hanstein's, there you Vf 1 1 1 find me at all hours. KAZ0ES SHARP, SIIEAKS XEESt Jff you want a good job don't fail to all on me. J. II. SIMMONS," j.aprlO--tf . - : .Barber. don a party in whose tenets they mE union at andbews chapel were crarilen. . Ti,n t ...i ... Think of it. thev werrt 1,1 J nnfnn mr kmnk . my left leg in the late civil war. ed iu the doctrine that the iT' ca e, ,v7th thl i3" X Ji. fore I PPeal to the above Tor publican nartv cnnbin Qn 7 nh.V . Z"bV"'a "u Prcnase an artificial leg, as I militarv Trlnrv fn, T t. i , ' "rua Mr- "eeoone very bad, and not able to TTninn oil ' T """" I. "D A fcsm-ui oi oeua money u I" - t "ouesiy and union presiding. After the patriotism :or preserving it in- transaction of the business be- ... vuu umi C3 ; . LWKHn llie inniroia fhu nrn.. The "milllnna f . Lo r "771 1 " . ""5ui' . v kj w a. ... . i.i. nr. si rill i ..... ... ....... . uu .it. u v u .w n , ..-umv& I .w.kj , rbf1 UIl , ... il4 hue --uiovuooiuu uu i no resoiu .. ,TW3 is n jit tha Linn. "ItesnlVArl hot t Democratic door. educate our rhlMron SOMEffllNG INTEkESTTvn Ti. .- i : : uatud auy i -,vi AUMO VieWS lllfiV nillrarl .. Unilnll voiiinatnn... I. TTlflTTD' VATTvn Tin i -rvimr, " with 4i..- , ... " .4uulow,UW8 wasiong, AvuinvjrxviAUiua, Wltll llieir mothpr'a milk I fintlii.!nnt;. j , . - Ajiiix uum i vu.uuoiuoui. aiju lnierfastinfir. iiuxe wran anri wrr nf Tha n,mnrn t " ii. . ... . ui. I w xicraurer was nro-1 ThevSE lmPregnat9d. sent and make apublic address. The tender beauty of the fol- 1 can Mtoly, say that not one rom there towering into fm t t-.. j w mo iu sent as I ,UW1" lines points manv n trom tho lleDubHcana o Lmi a k a . sa.-. . 4 ... - "1u7 : ,.,,,.13 . - uuvwt auu more sum- iuiuu- uajes. to childish dav would be exDectino. tn m.h n nnim inn.. i I i , . . ..r,,tilsu- ua-ys, rvf ), n i """i wo uavrj never wiien u.cn uieni iins now unnq ot human flesh and hnr fA. sAAii.FnMin .". -a B ff UUUS them to loin th n. t enin--uwu prayer repeated at a moth with thoip ;, ! io uuion meets tne oear old lines: 1111 lUeiT teac.rilntya rf f K.i I ft no ifniltr :x ... I " rty. - with RrfiV .V t wIUrMeD.w.t.Sie..." 'ina"'iy uihj i aim ioun siiemes and claim to be a Democrat. The lines mut be drawn sharp ly and at once. The Alliance is now in the minority, but it is oigrnized well and our people weakening themselves by cut ting shy of tho fight. What we must do is to organize against the Alliance and beat it out of existence. If we do not it will beat us. thomrh we are in the majority. I n e ver v Democratic convention for it is in these conventions that tiio Alliance seeks to get control a resolution should be offered con demning tlte Sub-Treasurv scheme as unconstitutional and undemocratic. If this resolu tion is voted down the conven tion is an Alliance and not a Democratic convention and the Democrats should retire and hold a convention elsewhere. Thii plain of seperatimr the Democrats fioui the Farmers' Alliance should be followed in every State in the South.'" President Polk clips the above and replies iu this week's Pro gressive Farmer a? follows: "We publish the above for the information of those of our membership who have been so oftftn told that the leaders' of the Democracy are our friends. We publish it that they may see the tendency. Tho pro gramme of this great (?) leader is 'to fight the Alliance right out with all our intent.' Tie U advocating the 'Third party' by flying out of a convention where they are out voted by the Alli ance and organize independent action. Well, we have become accustomed to that sort of thing e remember the Third party movement by these disgruntled politicians, m some of the States, last year. In Georgia um ooum uaroltna, where tlie All ance outnumbered th e T.nli- ttciana. the latter fafter a solemn agreement to abide bv the rule of the majority) bolted the con ventions and the and put out candidates against those who had been nominated; And al! the while these same men and their ni. I A . - L- ... 1 ? . . . poseu to the Third party. The only Third party that has thus iar oeen bronyhtfni-wai.i t.. feouth has come from such men JJemocrats to take immHhu steps to seperate themsel v from the Alliance. - Better be a little -slow, Mr. Oates. That separation, if brought about by your plan, might leave what you call the Democratic party " v-K n t. i ne Alliance wii note the sniHfc an j-i-wMmuMi and domineer ing and mtolerat politicians. If the Alliance is to be driven and bulldozed in the manner indi cated, or if it be attemntW! eis the ndvaiiUge we obtained I he majority of the. g, ,.,!., you w uld nrwrknow had bc-n through lire, unless told so ,,r on account of the Exlraordinary Low Prices, We mention u few of them and suggest an early inspection as they will not stay with u long. Five Cases Cabot 1-1 Bleached Muslin, regular price h cenU per yard, we now offer by tlu. piece or yard at (Jjfc. Five cashes Fruit of the L,...iu Bleached Muslin, at 8 yard, by tho piece or yard, rive bales, 14 Kchn Lake IU I I I . T Iff vvHuii-uciitM .Musnn, regit lnce c per yard, v now uff at ojc per yard. Two hundred pieces Pi.. Prints, new spring styles, r.-u lar price 7c, wo are nou 'o!b-r ing at 4c. ir r Challie Delaines -i nil' ji'-r t V . wnu Eureka lod 'e. Th ad- Ur j.uw t Sleep." is it, therefore, unnatn ral n tii I Vantace mnnrlonAA i ear the camp-fire' flickering licrht. nlatform I ' , . wUJ.ouu W1U one of the t the twinkling stare on hteh piatformed to secure relief for questions to be discussed at the ,er m spirits in the air 2 9 ot "CAk UUIon- -inese Unions are . t . virU3 seem to keep, in the South the case is dif- great educators, great thought brh my childhoods prajer. f erent. While the farmers have developers, and we expect to lay we dowu to sleeP not thriven and nrosnerpr? f see immh .ni,n! Suhic: n ... ,. ' A 7 " 6wuu icouiuug Xrom I "k"J' "ta W woippowui. mUCh the Same ranaua of U thaaa J xi-. 1 T., tho !,..,! ..fj 7 i 11 j , vcfc uwe mcunua u.iiu ule dlSCUS- 1 1 wugiis ui yonaer.tl tree, inimicallv in the Wet ti., Ision' nf iiWQ, 7 LauGrhlnirlv tho mm-ntai.. ;n vastly preponderate in nA, Jouestiona nf fK -.5 I Swells the midnleht infiiv- cratic faith. rnfl.fl trvrr nn7 "rTrKTT.0 "?P Foeman maybe lurklnsr n. mers and their 7, cfrj VlP8 .l.ue , the canyon dark and deep: h - I - j vuuuuea " - uicauie on J csus ear R nlinn.i'uf n r...lw 9;9.v alu S : -r. . T . . . v w car, succeeded in colecting near two forehead slopes sharply back hundred books which, were from tlle bridge of her nose she selectsd with great care. j3 mot unwise to select a hat Thaw trria i.. ii.. i in nrhieh tW& f s i. u.d x j siy,,-ixisiory , vuijiuuiijj siopes Travels and Fiction, and I think ODli(lu J toward the back. x uau eaieji- say tnat not one , m l"r towering into the book in the libra.rv nouhl hva air. If harface is rdain nni been objected tn. nnt n.w. v...t iiard -featured, she is tmf T:Drt rnl A 1 . ... n t, j. ... fn i.imK linn V.: . . - . . Bnn,L.3 ... , .vhhjh,U) WUxU ajo.iv ucau reau wiin pro- r;"1"" Aiair smooiniy bacs cujucuuuy.wiu learn something fit by any one who desired to and wear a sailor-shaped hat o Whom the gods would detror uuicd iiieatj 1 r oorcictjr pia-mi maixo maa. 00 JMr were those who; ohlenfi t outline. Her ilain Whm Oates favors th 'aat,i,ii.t. x" novel readincr " but then th need the relief of wivpfl of the Third mr i o icoBuiia way one snouid not rui hwaus to sorten their vu stari "gut away. Although read Shakesneare severity and j. ' hat. r.i- k.. he is r . v ' uo 7 - "wuuet, , insuiuucu uemo xluie 11 we follow thoaa with irrernlar. nntTui una J 1 Gfit nf f )ia mnot tions where thev lead hq tsoft folds abotre. not. stiff h..;. ing sort we moV . ., . - " It..-. ' uiiui. - Hiuaq suuik 111 1(1 Vv .Hn art cTriall - , 1 ! 1 I Ttlalnltr KnnVI . . I o nr..-. x i . v. Oman a xiurury inerei, j "'"-w lur ma tantrums Were was a wide range. - One ni.,h The short. "stout o-- u.Auv -. it i i - - w ux. w;wrii on inn luai . flr.tf 1 . ., ... . .. I HnnhlA 1 ' . . I i...1. m ir tun x" uciaa b mill rn wir.n- .thni cum niiiiti in odhAnr K i auu- i rfnqrinr Dlkl . , . . " I .,..t - ."t I iiuic, or xuarK - rwain'fl. Tnrrt u aress with hni.f.it.1 - , : ' v.3 . . . ----- ceucf vuroaa, i upper's Prover-1 Ud-Uti ol ir:m ming upon the orth everywhere H cents per yard, we now offer at Jic per yard. Twenty-five pieces Illue Twill ed Flannels, heavy and firm, value 60 cents per yard wo now offer at 2oc per yard. len bales Dwight Anchor 1 heavy and fine unbleached Mu im, regalar price Dc. wo now .r ferbythe piece or yard at per yard. On a case Lancaster 10 I iwi bleached Sheeting, a ran. .... gain, we offer at 19c. 'per yard. One cae Dwight Star Un bleached 40-inch Pillow Case ftldliat . t -.xz.iij, luuiar price ditO va iuc, wo now olfttr at?c yard. Two cases Continental Cn bloaclied 40-inch ijn..f Muslin, regular price and vain Aic. we now offer nt 71.. yard, Oue case lino TT inch Muslin. r Milni. ,,.;,. wo now offer at 4c. yer yard. luentyiive pieces i-inch Bleached Table Damask, real value and regular price frh;. we now offer at 32o per yard. Twenty-two hundred and thirty-eight yards Plaid V-,. one of the biggest bargains you ever struck at ijc per yard. Twenty-one liunilraA . - - v. lllll CIA ty-one yards. PlaM -vi r if teen htmii-erT o..,i t.i.x.. "vu U.IJVX kICIflV four yards Lace Pearl vfl.irtnt yaPer qmlity' t Vt'' l'c'r' per i.j- Howls This' bial Philosophy - or Bill Nye's k,rt short jacket of thick wf-SS'006 Handred Dollars Ite- poomerang;nafeespeare: Black: maienai that Is oftener than oiuatarrh that Scott: Dickens: Thackeray W not by some Ironvof fat f,5m JT r" WkinS Hall's Ca wuBinuifl me Uemncrtttin ! aSS. V In fori In , TT.. in 11. c..ii, A"tjr I . " " u,xuu UUIOUS wi0 uuum, 1 Willi nnartor! im.Q(in a fct . x, la. ' uiwbwuga auu uciiit: liim i:h st nnn rhnn uiMi-.ns'Hinnj . . ' , u.ix KliUJ I . v . oe expected to ner m it t.h . i V 31 Hma11 contingent to r w oebs as well as neav iuio kxiem in a. wn-tr x l : 4V r. 7 "cjr uo IlOl MEASURES. -"VMiiifti L.I LI HIP lnTAw I 'PI. . M a est? To let th0 TVn ..t"' npenoing revoluUon is dog? : ' " 4 " ttKgie ine as much a revoltngainst leaders Certain stated 111.0.,.: . measures. Uoth the affirm to be necessawf - tn fttl S1Q f4" -got out of the ux. "easaray to their hands of the nonnia tk upiuting and material nrnonn.! I i wwx.. ijxcjf uu ty. u ill it noUS the will of the riot for Southern oru ot ei members. leaders, out of the 1,. are. ntW absolutely fail to hear and h.ia r f ' I" 1 OI. Pouwciang and office of the farmers' wo J wno ignore or defy the The Demft, people. The : pemo- and Inculcating the Re nigh kin to .h" "J r11 W are twin lAMI'.H f 1 I 1 1 1 I nn rrx f x- . I . - - - a w v a fc. uiii 11 u 1 a n . - x. ------ -'mm& uui ann. 7 Scott; Dickens; Thacker not by some ironV OT' CGKl''- b uim xcuuiuiiiiH limnppann mm uuur tut. arm r. .1. . rS'iivnnma4"ru tl. SwJ !'rr,, - " rA iJron3.,ToIe- 1'. ve known -. ....w,. .UCjMU. uue man say that he would nof take! I)rdy the Lord my soul to k m. Mid the stars one face I see, One the Savior called avvav .vj in imancy, Taughs my baby lips to pray Her weet spirit hovers near, In the lonelv TYiniln tain I a I?-. v.a X.. I. vi. , . "er avior dear, If I should die before I wake. Fainter grows the flickering lio-hr pi ff, emJ slowly di, " standpoint Such ih'fn "iroc- PPsitIon to all I fail's Catarrh Cure to taken int Plaintively the birds of njght, bBSun - a cannoi Dei saying for the oast actinS directly upon S w" Fill tha air wiih r ... ne estimated in dollars and throa ma-va . i Ll : p.. 1 and mncn. .tLy "xT.n e blood Over me they seemed to cry, . "You may never more awake!" Loi I lisp, if I should die, 1 Py the Lord my soul to take. Others, innnnmaivma 4 A ....u. , I the xrnrxr tn.rr,A W-: - . : . -"viuua iru lueuuou, ;; - w- uivia-x-utimmm jeL-f u" vy - uut the ilagnolia Reading la-r-encircled hat, a fateful n 'J?a ereigned, have kr Club is a thin? nf tho no a .-, I combination fhnt .ni- ? Cheney, for thA iaic. inini!0K.z: :rv r wl. nC" .-a... uer and believe him " io vuuuoii uii - ilia . ynt n nF .vwx iiivr a. iuii. i . ... . rviw,uv uimnroMi. t -io, -xx m. in an nusiniHiM tn..-:. u uuo Aoai. w no ; can eti mito , i -m. 1 "-us auu nn&n- the benefit it waa tr it mom: what red-it a rnPn r.r., 0 frnf"llW.out any oblisra- bers? J The writer "h - ivV . - - 'hon da red-haired girl wear Waig;u . ,fAV TWKNTY-FIVK CASFS Assorted Pants Goods. This assort ii, - , vuiuprises nr?n T0? Ve knOWII 'ton, Doe-kins, Double ifrfr hyn3,l Price and yo cannot detect a flaw in them. h-i teen ,sa assorted Ging ham?, real wnrth m ! Ai. . vt. c now Ten U u . x. ..,ii V waMU worm ac tually 15c. we now offer by the yardorpiecoatTJcperyafd. i. wentv.fi va n.. r-i - CJ vaowa r lOOr J11 viotn, a rarA Kn- fr?f operard' ow of fer at 30c. per yard. T went v-fivA nt IU.II9 1 . . L .11 styles, at just one half ti.x.:. value.- fiff "it x.--- . xo, om tij . uuiiiui i or inn mwi if- h.i vi . r aWtAU jviJTBTAWf .... t dollars Now I lay me down to sleep. -I Pray the Lnrd mv nni 1. I should die before I wake a fwu,11 ray soul to take, AU this I ask for Jesus' sake. cents, the inflnGnfn lZ.Srt tolvZ the gyste I believe will n f,rZ."?J UA harmony, i nave said it. Rm uu: J"e by j. " - - jr cara irequentlv that r.lnr ...kx w kbi, aiount Olivo . 1 'v v. vMfia . t . m nn in 1 rr tr made to sing.T say now ; that ton, XC. - 110Ulday, din- x 'o.ix WvT iuiwin in flcnii 3 . . ,- . ., ----- .., d-j nuu uiUB ni nnt. hgmnni I ru Thev snlrf- iw rr.r: .t-T l the head of ! to come. xrr -m ':".. t e noDe to ra if . - - . tUIUCUi jvery community, not only the towns, but the bora ... -1- of farmers and laboring paople ought to have such clubs. A' Melvbes, reir at each oTher. Tin.r sil ?, JE nor emphatically . no "-Ladies h2tIffc,rofr . mtoite! Home Journal, - ?" .heaUh you know, isnotrrt bargains as are offered in this selection ar9 exceedin" Jy rare, and don't Ia?t long. WHOLES AE BUYERS Alight verv lnH.inaj. ..1 early orders hAfnt-x tun .i. picked over. . FRANK THORNTON, FAYETrEViLLEN. C. voi.-tV. lit .