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C. November 18, 1897. I'JCLC : l, hu.k i. ' Hi' RD3INS0M AND FREC PASSES ,ml oterrr K.nlea vurs to Ma- i ,. Kiiliinoui - lie fifr Tra- , . ii - i n .lni,;r A Itae . i , .Ntwii una urw rver is 1 1 s It tst ri PS to (ho disgust i.rMtil.: n)-D. Oaef f itsU-l i; that .Iiulpe it)bicon i . nt' hi fr s al a . mih tlrs w inir pay frmthe i . truvt llinf xpei,s ?. .-, as w ire rr liibly in- i, tt th J uI .j Las nid bis- , , while travelling to and i (.i rt. sml that be has nev (Hsstiut one time since be i u t)i) bf-ucli, and that was wfvt t raw-Mini? on the buA ii-ther priy, who instead c f i- mowy fr a ticket, sent s Wo hrn informed that .d,if Wilmiogton.n q les'ed tisun to come to Wilming- i ic'i3 for tho benefit of Mr. trust as a receiver of a Wilnington. Mr. Ilicaud a insieau or payine rivlling fxpenses, acd the . , urn! r theso circums'.anrcs, t ho j iis. ) tt care just now todescribe i . tih who, upon this incident, iMti cf rending out a batch of ; .tic as ratan and malicious as I n untruQ and nnfoundtd. He ' n tUscribod many times. ,im A 5 N OP TUB MERITS OP AYER'S Cherry Pectoral would include the euro of every form of disease which affects the throat and lungs. Asthma, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough and other similar complaints have (when other medicines failed) yielded to Ayer's Cherry Pectoral CottOE, like every other crop, needs nourishment. A fertilizer containing nitro gen, phosphoric acid, and not less than of actual Potash, will increase the crop and im prove the land. Our books tell all about the subject. They are iree to any larmer. GERMAN KALI WORKS, 93 Nassau Sc., New York. j ren which will print the new i i z daily paper, "The Morning has arrived and is being placed -i;.in in the olllce formerly occu py Tint icam?i InthePullen img. which has teen leaned for Morning Pout, and where it will it h ( llice. -,,f. l.ogan I). Howell, accomponied I h mother, Mrs. K. P. Howell, of ' ' h.,ro, left for Willelts Poiuf, N. ntfr nd the marriage of Prof.fr l dnwHlof the United Mates Army. I Unwell will he married Wednesday ! Mm Knight, daughter of Major i.iiht, the Commandant of the port n il.- tti Point. i St-cretary of the State Friday - irporated the the Spring Hope I I in ci War hoiie Company. The ' ''td if the roncern is to build one . r more tobacco warehouses. The in- rjmrators are It. W. rpchurch, C. It. I .rant ly , It. d. Zanders, S. C. May, W. . Kichards n and .1. 1). Cooper. I 1mm. Kgglfston, the historian of the i nlr of the Pounder's and Patriots of merira, writes Secretary Thompson with the object of securing an impres fim of the seal of North Carolina prior to 17."i. There is no impression of the sfal among the State' record and Dr. Thompson would he please tocommuni i ate with any citizen win possesses a document bearing the real. ' John Kvans, who was arrested on the chargi of assaulting Miss Lucy Cole, of Rockingham, was last week tried at that place and found guilty of the crime. The trial consumed three days, and much evidence was introduced to fasten the K"''t upon the accused. Kvans stoutly denies being guilty, and from the reports in the newspapers many in Raleigh are of the opinion that a itotibt exists, lie has been sentenced by .luilge Mcl ver to he hung November J'ith. The prisoner has been returned to Wake county Jail under military es cort for safe keeping until the day of execution. I' Evangelist l.ee.who has been preach in all last week in Kaleigh, stirred up much feeling. His attack upon the l oard of Aldermen for granting the vtinons permission to remain open all nifc'ht during Fair week was very strong and personal. He also attacked I lie state Fair authorities for allowing i it ui oral fakes and gambling upon the tin utids, and stated that he intended to labor against the Fair receiving any farther help from the Srate. Large iTowtN turned cut every night to hear Mr. I.ee. Nearly three hundred signed i!iri! to form an anti-liquor league STATE NEWS. In the trial of Mert Cain for mur der at Newton last eek, the jury returned a verdict of "not guilty.'' TheJoujnal says an unsuccessful attempt was made, last Monday night, to tet fire to the Lincolnton postof&ce. Mr. W. C. Abernathy, of Mt. Holly, lost his grist mill last week by lire. Mr. Abernathy was formerly sheriff of Gaston, county. The Greenville Retlector says a man carried to Greenville market a load of acorns which he sold, at 10 cents a bushel. They were bought for hog feed. Maxton has had two more failures A. C. McKinnon and C. H. Jones, the latter of whom, the Laurinburg Exchange says, is an industrious colored man, who had worked his way into a nice little business. Last Saturday Tarobro had a big fire, which, destroyed the Bryan llouse and several Wooden buildings. The total loss is estimated to be $20,000, half of which is covered by insurance. A double tragedy was enacted in Durham last Saturday in which Henry Green, colored, shot a young colored boy named Lassiter who died a little while later. Green in at tempting to escape his pursuers was in turn shot and also died. Dr. John F. Sitzer, of Newton, committed suicide by means of a pis tol. It is said that he had been drinking; but when last seen seemed to be in excellent spirits. Dr. Setzer came from a highly respectable family. Many families in the townships adjoining Mt. Airy have asked to be allowed to pay their part of the local school tax and share in the benefits of the Mt. Airy schools. The two townships composing the town of Mt. Airy voted the local tax on August 10. and the town now has good public schools. Greensboro Journal of Education. The Enquirer says that a woman, apparently about 25 years of age, was seen on the streets of Monroe last Friday in an almost beastly intoxication, baddest or GENERAL NEWS. Two steannbios. the Abano and the Governor, came into Norfolk with their cargoes of cotton on fire. President McKinlev has issued a rrc clamation exempting- Mexican vessels from discriminating duties. rbe bt. I.outs limited train on the Missouri Pacific railroad was held un oaiuruay oy roooers, but tbey did not secure any valuables. Samuel Kaufman, who has been want en for the theft of $r.000 worth of iew elry from a New York lady, was cap- turea bunuay in Chicago. Bud Beard, a negro, who assaulted a seven-year old child in Alabama, was taken from the Carrollton (Ala.) jail in which he was lodged, and hanged Albert Voiers, the last of the Lewis gang of murderers and thieves, was hung at h&yetteville, West Va., last week, 10,000 people attending the exe cution. M. De Kotzebue, Kussian minister to the Lmted States, has resigned. Count Cassini, the present Kussian minister at Peking, will succeed Kotzebue . Washington. A WHOLE BAM a wnot man is another same for a healthy man. One of the prime es sentials of health it clean ness. The first step in this reetion clean skin. This fact is well known. Not o&lr should the outside of tbe body be pei fettly clean. not tbe interior or tbe body as well CI an ti-eth. clean month. t.n throat, e'ean ta al pustg s, art al requisites of ptrfiet healtn The whole body, is lined with mocjos membrate, which is even more liable than the skin to become v ry dirty, lfce most fnqaent esnss of unclean mucous membrane i catarrh. Catarrh creates unnatorcl seeretiens, even though tbe catarrh be very slight. Ia this condition good health is impossible. Dr. Hartman has made a specially of treating chronic catarrh for near ly 40 years. His great remedy (Pe-ru-ns) has become known through out tbe United States and C&nsda. It is certainly the best, and probably the only effective internal remedy for chronic catarrh. Its cures are permanent. Toe Doctor is also the author of many books on ebronie catarrh. His latest bork on the subject will be sent free for a short time by The Pe ru-na Drug MTg Co., ColumbuF, O. Ask your druggist for a free Pe-rn-na Almanac tor 1S93. cov. messes tnccN cm IPAL PCCSftUS BUIIC II. M.S. L to Fiji, aft? Pac.fic cat U lulu. Theh; found to b v 'V .r jut returned X the proposed i Suva to Hono tbe ocean was a. !. ed .uurderer of innie Williams, er respite. This I a stay of exe .:'g of some legal Durrant Blanch La" -.' . has been grant ..-c! -ii. u time the court i !,rel cution pending a 'avar. points. The dead bodies vf Ilenry Turner wife and siMer, . 3 f und in a potato patch in Campbell co nty, Ga. Satur day. Thej bad bi e: ot to death and brained. It!oo! hi - ds have been called for. 'I hert is clue whatever a to the pisijef ra tor r purpose. Application a iceiver of the Southern Ilcnit IS. A Association of Atlanta, 61. il by hre stockholders, was refused by I . Ji. Ige Pardu Sat urday ou tbe groun J t lat it was ap parent that the c iiipany was in a splendid tinaru ial ; irnlition. The Bryan I n,, i rat, a faction of the regular Demucr 'uric party of Bos ton, Mass., which s. upper ted Bryan and free silver, lat wetk nominated Mr. Thomaj Kilev a candidate for mayor, and e'-io adi pted a platform up on which he will ind. British sol v-i . engagemeut with natives of r?i!.'ia iiftd flfty killed and wcunded, wiiie r.he opposing forces lost two n en tilled and six wounded. -A r roort received states an entire si tiad ollicers wen na.r.crt C Grand Commaiuler Virginia Grand Cai Veterans, has arpoin: to investigate t ia La bers of the grand cam mittee are in the nay o Bock Company. The late editor L'ar c Sun, left an estate vtii Mr. Dana made hi ir and President of Cbe - i n. It is sup posed that his sala ry a ri 1 profits were not far from two m.'lli " . lollars during his thirty years wo.-k cj 'jhat paper, f soldiers and tubbs, of the .-' Confederate i a committee ze that mem- . history com- the American of the N. Y. at$M30,000. . ney as editor The followtrs- is Jt state of ....... . . i i - all, sue naa a Daoy aoout ten monius cial bulletin tiiat t? old in her aims Those who saw the I season by thi board; f f f a H iat ion, tlie object being to aeieat babv's face sav that it was a beauti- mg tne status vi simir ai v candidate for public otlice not op- i k;ih mnA rnninir nI 1an?h- as regards yeiio-v tevtr r-Hit to the saloons. inf? in it3 innocence. I r. .1. W. Blacknall, well and favora- .fc viuin nf a bi) known throughout the State died murder that occurred six miles above U-r Wednesday morning in this city. Trap nil, wilkes county, last week. Kr rars Dr. Blacknall was propne- JL J v.m.n i'i,i,..nr, was drinking and began abusing Estese Absher, when the latter shot him, killing him instantly. The murd erer is still at large. It was learned that the asse s of Sparger Brothers, the large tobacco firm which failed at Mount Airy, will be $100,000, and liabilities, $00,000. -W. S. Forbes & Co , of Kichmond, Va., are first preferred creditors. The firm hopes to make settlement and contin ue business, otherwise 300 people will be thrown out of employment. The annual meeting of the stock holders of the North Carolina Midland Kailroad was held in Winston last week. Directors were chosen, and they re-elected the old officers, which are as follows: President, Col. A. It. Andrews; Vice-President, W. W. Finley; Secretary, H. W. Miller; .;.st daily A NOVEL SCHEME. A Plan to Pay e7 the Whale P.ntlou Ob ligation of ue oTrDinatkDd Increase the Clrr-latlcK I! tdlum To Torn the Pens' . i) Deb fata Greenbacks. Webhiogtu ltter. i There has recently been published in this city a book which advocates the conversion of the United States pension debt into enrrency, and the paym nt to pensioners, in one-lump srois, of the whole amount of money tbey would receive during their lives unaer tne present system, ine au thor of the book is Mr. John Orme Cole, who was for many years the chief clerk of the disbursing depart ment of the Pension Ofhce, and at whose hand nearly twenty-five mil lions of dollars was paid out to the old soldiers without the loss of a cent. Mr. cole s study ot tne money question, as well as his wide practi cal experience, has convinced him that the people have not enough money for bosiress, and have never really had good times since the de struction of the paper currency, in cluding a part of the greenbacks, which made everything "boom" at the close of our civil war. At that time according to Mr. Cole's book, the circulating medium of the conn- try amounted to nearly two thousand millions of dollars; but, in a few years, almost two-thirds of it was con verted into interest-bearing bonds. This "funding scheme" brought on the panic of 1S73, when silver was demonetized, leading to further trou ble and distress, from which we have never recovered. Mr. Cole favors the remonetization of silver, and wants the people to have more money of any kind than they can get, except "bond infla fte AtS4v.ee tf in Mlt Usk-Wky rra Uef alp 4 ti I !. Weir Wa. r..i Stnllnree. fT SeM e Hit. rta(t Him. Xiv Yui, .i. 11 -(J.t lltg-n Ptiigrrr, f yi hi au,d-lird an ad drr lu t.ifil tm-'t fr Im XMrW-rBth Outnr) ttat trrrj"a. !! bje a lb- It soli -f Tm Vrsrs of II a nieipel Prsr0 Tbrre i a !rav attecdancv at th nrtieg. Herbert WeUb.of Philadl.bia, had al brtti liivitrd to talk no a cioiilar tubjtxt. apoa u( rvforirt in his nativeit) and th abue i ring rule thrrr. lrriJrt I Ta j r imiriMturrd tbe speaker tr I he ver in al bail 8 uVIim k and Gov. Pit rrr at ih e b gan to deliver his address, rraairg irwra manascrfbt. His speech bad tbe closest atiebtion. to ciosmg ue toia ti tne reiorms c compiifnea in uttroir, wbis torn wit mayor, and continued : -I was elected I by I be most influential 101 le of the city, uireciiy alter 1 was elected I discovered that tbe railroads were pay ing less man lawtu tsxee.aod tbe rail road support wa lust to me I fouud that the gas and water companies were enargingexooroitant rates, and said so, thus loing their support. 1 found Dinsers speeulating wub tbe city - . . 1 iuous. 1 uenouncea mem. and tuev said I was unsafe. I attacked tbe sur face roads and they called me an an archist. I was four times elected m. or. 1 lost a lot of old friends, but i was elected by a larger maioritt trr time. It Is something to be proud of when tbe influential clats turn their nacks on me and tbe common people Btuu oj me. 1 nave come 10 letn on tbe common people. They are the real foundation ot good government. "Among those who opposed reform were some rerarded as of tbe h rhest types of tbe city, Judges, Srna'ors and members of tbe legislature, brckersattd some merchant rrinces. all eminentlt respectable, but in every instance their opposition arose from tbeir interest in tbe public charters of monopolies. "The remedy is municipal owner- a a . . uip. 00 long as you let persons speculate in me street you must ex pect the people to be subjected to ex orbitant charges. So long as we de pend on private ompanies for light we must expect poor service. This will not only solve municipal questions. out win ormg railroad, exoress com- panies, street car line", telegraph, and it-trpuuoe companies, ana otner agen cies Into tbe proper subjection. We have the extraordinary spectacle of railroads trying to gain admission and unable to because of the opposi tion 01 01a lines. Mlt is tbe duty of government to I protect tbe weak against tbe strong, we poor a gain si, tne seinsnness of wealth. I say right here thit unless tne iiepuoucan t arty comes out as I tbe champion of tbe average man and his welfare, and unless it ceases to cater to syndicates, trusts, and monopolies, it win De nuriea in oblivion. We must begin by advocating a municipal ownerships of natural monopolies and case away tbe item or profit and re lieve the wage-earner to that eztent." Cotton Crop Report. Washington, D. C Nov. 12. The preliminary reports to tbe Department of Agriculture indicate an average of yield 181.9 pounds of cotton per acre. The state averages are as follow : North Carolina 184; Georgia 173; Alabama loo; Mississippi 220, Louisina 245; Texas 155: Arkansas 215; Tennessee 152; Oklabom 255; Indian Territory 300. In tbe main tbe crop is picked ex cellent, condition of the weather having been highly favorable. There is not tbe sligbest disposition on tbe part of tne departments correspondence to over estimate tbe effect of unfavorable u iyy 3 BuuEKi 1 ME I The Rov. J. 0. Brady, D. D., Advises liis Many Parishion ers to Talio Paine's Celery Compound, if. conditions during the growing season tions," which, he says always brings or to conceal or minimize the import on a panic everv few rears. ance of such conditions as were favor- . .1.1. htl:i. a : . Mr. Cole claims that the conver- " u"e iu uu"? puoneea ainr. of th wbnl n.ncinn intft are revision in tne ooai t r i f the Yarboro llouse, and for sev rnl ie'sons man a gd the Atlantic Ho t -1 st Morehead. The remains were Ih: ! nutty in their final resting place the following day, the services being ' itu! icted by Dr. Marshall and Dr. l'i tt i n ffe - of the Episcopal church Hit following gentlemen acted as-pal. t'f irer: Hon. I'. M. Simmons, lion. T. is. Womack, Col. Julian S. Carr. Dr. 1'. 1. Mines, A. M. McPheeters, K?q., 11 T. C. Fuller, W. V. Stronach, V.sq., 'aj t. s. A. Ashe, W. W. Fuller. Ksq, U II. Hattle, Ksq. Krtirt-?entati es of Wake Forest Hud Trinity Colleges were in the city week to complete arrangements I r the intercollegiate debate on I I dnkgiving night in this city. They ' '.rtd the Academy of Music, secured 'l - committee of judges, and made all thr arrangements. The query is: offi- i issued this ath concern New Orleans Cases Satur day 7: death-, i, t.cta! t ;-es of feverto date, i,790; total de at ii- irom feverto date, 25U; ci.ses aF.iiol': vly recovered, 1,110; total cases under treatment, 421. George Wiugett,'an inmate of the Ohio-State So diers.' Heuse at Sandusky murdered Wr. Everett, a colored man, in a quarrel ever wroin. Wingett drew a knife and stabb - t Everett in tbe abdomen, producing a wound from which the !"tr?? "li'd ic a short time. Wringett g.. ' hi.'ise If t;p to the police. At the Kl ; ,-, Labor Convention held in Loi vi.ie Inst week, James R. Sovereign, a o Imt four years has been General Mier Workman, was suc ceeded to tl a-1 v by Ifenry A. llicks of Xew Yt-riv. M r. sovereign stated to-night th .t hv wisoed retirement He wanted rt iam tbe labor which the office en-aibx.? oti him by Mr. Cole, and we understand that Howard will likely be tbe Populiit -TVin P. Vi n fh o vn "r''rt tP T?1tir V tO means have been taken to insure his nominee for Governor of Alabama. -.v .1. aa x fo xsivajj, 11. vy. book a wide circulation. iht the systems rf water works, Treasurer, u. c. Ansiey. 1 iit ing and street cars to be operated ') Hit city for its people, or private i! 'lividual?' The Trinity debaters l.avM the affirmative. The debaters be i: yiffra Needham, North and Stew art. Wake Forest has the negative,the 'tters being Messrs. Utley, Johnson st'd t'annadj. President James Din wi'l lie, of Peace Institute; Capt. S. A. -! and Prof. Iluah Morson have '"tl requosted to act as judges, and "igt.ilied their acceptance of the Last week - tie Spanish, cavalry came upon the cat ; p ci if e insurgents under General Ale.-jdjaro Kode-iguez, on the Kegalada fa--, 'rovime of Havana, and in the ei -gsivmi r,t killed twenty I. vi, 1U0 Reward $100. Hie readers of this paper will be i :i?ed to learn that there is at least 1 dreaded disease that science has 1 n able to cure in all its stages, and 1 at is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure i- the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh beinja ' institutional disease, requires a con "'itutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh ' urc is taken internally, acting direct ly pon the blood and mucous surfaces 't the system, thereby destroying the fiundation of the disease, and giving tl -patient strength by building up 'h" constitution and assisting nature i: doing its work. The proprietors h:ive?o much faith in its curative lowers, that they otrer One Hundred ' 'liars for any case that it fails to "'ire. Send for list of testimonials. Address, F. J. Chkxkt & Co., Tolkdo, O. 4j.ld by Druggist. 75c. Hall's Familv Pills are the best. BLADDER TROUBLES. The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such it is not liable to any form of disease except by one ot two ways. The first way is from imperfect action ot the kideys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. ft AMPLE BKNT FRIX. ..... , .itl Three Indians one ) Unhealthy urine trom unneaiiny tenced to death for insurgents, cap n-i a quantity of side arms, toireti .-:r v,' Tf' roe accoutre ments of Genera 'uh; eriffuez, a quan tity of baggage snd :terc. A dispatch 10 i) the 15th inst., fr, I that President M cree establish'. period of thirty Ot apolitical I'.'i'-p'-J cy ra coonectiuu with the receC nUw.-ii to assassinate the President js )ii tt -ayinf. The po lice prohibit tia .i&tl-.t rinj.- of people on the streets. ' rtlon Times of 'io Janeiro says s has issued a de- ' ,ar'ial law for .!&y the evidence le wh m was sen rup.der of six . . . . ... .,1111 LCULCU .J viEot..' kidneys is the chier cause 01 oiaaaer members Qf the Spict r fan; 1 y last Feb troubles: It is comforting to Know 1 ruary and had jut H a gr nted a new that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Rott ful-l trial by the Supreme Co-rr, and the fils every wish in quickly curing I other two seif-contes' ea a.-; essories iin the muraer. wers i.an.-M irvn tne iaii in Emmons county, J irth i akota, last week and lynchs 1 I y a jnob. The lynching bad been a.parerrJy coolly planned and was cirri d ou; without a break in the program, i.ie. Klcbard F H -a t'.ievsl :nd. It became know;- last v eek that Grover Cleveland's son is to be named Richard Folsoin JeVehtod. If The Baby Is Cutting: Teeth, ' fure and use that old and well- tried remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Sooth noStrcp. for children teething. It 'othes the child, softens the gums allays all pain, cures wind colic and is ne best remedy for diarrhte. Twenty live cents a bottle. . Palid faces indicate pale thin blood Koy cheeks show the pure, rich blood requiting from taking Hood's Sarsapa- report. They are believed to aoorox imately represent the actual condition of the crop. Alabama Populists Confer. Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 11. Ex- Congressman A. T. Goodwyn, who was defeated last year ror Governor of Ala bama on the Populist ticket, and Con gressman M. W. Howard of tbe Seventh District, now tbe recognized Populist leaders in Alabama, are both here to night laying plans for tbe calling of a State Populists' convention early next vear to out out a full State ticket from borne parts or tne dook Governor down. They deny strenuoui currency, together with the present volume actually in the hands of the people, would give a circulation of only thirty-five dollars per capita, whereas, in 1SC5 we had more than fifty dollars, notwithstanding the doctored reports of recent goldite secretaries of the Treasury Mr. Cole has entitled his book "The Fight for Prosperity The Boys in Blue Again to the Rescue." It con tains letters from Senator Allen. ex- Commissioner of Pensions Murphy and others. ate lively reading, especially the ''In troduction, 7 written by Mr. Gordon Clark, the well-known author of va rious radical works on monetary economies. There can be no doubt that both, the old soldiers and the public have a vital interest in the subject treated The Rev. James Royd Brady, pa t r of the People's Temple, in Boston, pre sides over the destinies of tbe largt Methodist church in the country. Big, candid, Scotch-Irishman that be is. Dr. Brady has built up the Temple financially and numerically.and to-day be is pastor of a flock of 1700. Dr. Brady devotes himself with un flagging coursge to anything be un dertakes. The chief characteristic of bis ministry has been progress, in number, and financial condition and moral and spirtual growth. He is a man of plain, but vigorous word. So much has been said and written about Dr. Brady bis work, bis progressive methods, bis eloquence and bis power as a minister, that the following letter from bim will be convincing ar d help ful to many persons besides tbe larger number who are every Sunday influen ced fcr good by bis powerful preaching. lie wrues: Boston. Sept. 27, 17. Paine's celery compound, if widely and wisely used, would reliee nervous ness, soothe restleseness, reduce sick ness, strentgben tbe body, invigorate tbe mind, and add years of happiness to life. James Both Bsaor, Pastor People! Temple. The man or woman who does not take time to get well will sooner or later have have to take time to be ill. iJany liveund-r th ne-dla inflic tion ol indigretion, rirrvous ronetips tiop, and general waktir, and en-dun- tbe coneUnt lo of talth without considering how eaily !l,e tbe riUM of all 'his 111 ores might be remedied. Needful nerve and tirue rourih tnent is at the bottom of all permanent building up of the braltli. Paine reiery com pound ltik out for the inidu.ii4 weakening '( tbe nervous sktern through malnutrition. It gives a healthy tone to the lomi b. increases the blood oupply, quiets and equalizes the irrated nerve artioo and promptly feeds the lit.ues when the bodily vigor is at its lowest riband should not be further taxed. The only cure. therefore, for rheuma tism, neuralgia or general debility that lak of sleep a trom la k t.f riM inetit. Ilib may be supplied and a brail by fondjtia.n irs.r.d tj tleg Pa'ne's relerjr eni4M4nd. The slay and staff .f 4utl tialtti l Well nouisbed Sid regulated nerves. uf"rrr rtm le !. nertou dyspeia r Iteadari u-a t te ure that etery r -- ..ir .f efe forre has teen tp-4 ei.d t baute4 by Work, rrr, Imi little sleep, ut faulty iiuurifbnief.t, beraue f tur digestion and aiiuiiatiun. As as urb siCns .fr.erti ibatii are notired.sbak) band. broken sierp, HM.r ap(M-tite. watiag dieae. aeu ralgia or dfepia. take a4etitage .f the remarkable rrtraiveaod regulat log at..n f Painr's reiery rotn pwund. Nervous dior1eri in-reae in a rt is lasting in it good effects must rest j of roapound ratio. It is a thMatd on a radical cleansing of the blood and ) time eaier Utput a stop in nrrvows a building up of the nervous titue. , debility in i's earlier stare than latr All this is best done by Pa he reiery j on to correct rerteand tfaii etbaus compound, becaue ibis remarkable lion, that may t con, plicated by beart, remedy begins atthe beginning, wher- ; kidney r ettrue otter rgsMc trouble, ever there is liseae, and establifb : Paine's reiery c.KnKoi.d must of tbe health firmly and beyond any fear : be confounded with any of tbelas- ly that tbe Populist Party will surren der its organization either in Alabama or in any otbe State to tbe Democracy. They declare that fusion is at an end between tbe two parties, becauses tbe the Democracy is not sincere in its ad vocacy of silver; tbat Tammany will direct the Democratic policy next year. and tbat policy will be against silver, of falling back. Tbe worn-out person vtbo cannot sleep should take Paine's celery com pound. It is folly to imagine tbat every hour taken from sleep is an hour gained. Nothing undermines health and energy like lo- t sleep. The nervous fjtUtn (-ufTers as much from ible ftoooJing. but ra If trterurarv makeshift, wboee cwre n never per manent nor thorough going, and only brine deferred bopea tbat make tbe heart aick. Paine reiery cra poo n 4 ia the geafest nerve and brain ittvignr a tor and most reliab mmm1 iirifler tbe world baa ever been blessed with. ELKIN WOOLEN MILLS. SHIP THIS YEAR TO - YOUR WOOL A Profitable Apple Orchard. Martinsbtjbg, W. Va., Nov. 14. ohn Miller, of the vicinity of Gerardstovrn, this county, will re alize about $15,000 in round numbers rom 'us apple orchard this year when he disposes of his entire crop He has last completed the delivery of b,UUU barrels sold at $2.42 per barrel, amounting to the gross sum of $14,520. These were raised upon thirty five acres of land purchased by Mr. Miller twenty years ago at $8 an acre. Mr. Miller also netted about $5,000 on his peaches. His father William S. Miller, who had a fine quality of apples, disposed of his entire crop, aggregating about 3,000 barrels, at $2.56 a barrel. Each of them is now planting a hundred acres more in fruit trees. JSJueate Your IJowcls tVHh f:nran'l. Candy Cathartic, care constipation fore.er lOo. 25c. if C O. C. fail, druggists refund moisey. Large Loans . . . On Life Insurance Policies in Stan dard English and American Companies. Ten per cent, more than tbe compa nies themselves loan on tbe same policies at lower rates. Write or enquire .... PHILLIP WILLIAMS AVIRETT, Investing Agent English-American Loan and Trust Co., Citizens National Bank Building, RiUioH, K. C. ra as as iifi) STARTOWN : NURSERY. M. S. IlliiStlCOI. a. c. mi roti M. A. THR0NEBUR6 & CO., EWTUN. . r. j Fruit Trees, Vines, Pluiti, &c CO i. m? CD Apples, Peaches, Grapes. Pears, Plums, Aprieot, Cherries, ... Silver ill pie. Catalogues Free. Keferefees. Cert Seat mt ESStenrMe f nek ' They have the largest wcolen miil in the Sute. They do tie lsrgeit Instom business in the South, and their goods are tbe best you can bn I for the money. W rite them for simples. A Reliable House uitti Reliable Goods, .REASONABLY PRICED- bladder and . urinary troubles, it corrects inability to hold urine and aealdincr or stinging pain in passing it or bad effects following nse of iouor. wine or beer, and overeomds that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up during the night to ntinate.The mild and extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's bwamp-Koot is soon realizes, iuus - highest for its wonderful cures nf thn most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should havo the best. At druggist fifty eents and one dollar. loumayget a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by man. menuon im y-m . 9 . J am m efllAOa CAUCASIAN ana senu yyut BUUxQ0. w v,.,f,iw r,,mni.r.,i Dr. TTatha. . . m y-s w " I a. . mm t baa B.n a w m v - r - - to Dr. Kilmer UO.t uingnamioc, 1 f 901; Soath ltroad St At. N. Y. The proprietors of this paper . ' G ' M lvg p'erfectly reliable offAr. I ment of chronic dieeaes of men and women. They cure wnere omert ran. Our readers if in reedof medica. help should certainly vrf ite these eminent doctors and you wi'i revive a free and exnertoninion of your case by return mail without cost; this certainly is Minlst r to China. The President eppo.r'ited CLas. Page Bryan, of Illinois, bavoy extraordi nary and minister pLenipotentiary of the United States to China. SUCCESSFLL PrYS.CiANS. There will be busy buying here. Clothh Sailors in Navy, BiacK ana Brown well worth 5uc, sample Tjrioe...... Cloth Sailors Navy Brown, Black and Red latest styles out weu worth 50c . samDle price Children's Tam O'Shanters in Navy Cloth and Figured Bed, lime and Green, leather trimmed with white cord, the 25c quality, sample price, The 50c and 75c. line of Tam O'Shan ters in Cloth and velvet witn quills, sample price ...... ........ Children's Caps in Faille Bilk in Cream -Green Brown, Urey, worth no f mm S2.25 to 2.75. To dose 2l 90 Rnchinm for neck, all colors 25c Backings for neck, all colors 50c The special table of 8bapea are still on sale. The Louisville and Nashville Rail road is making special low rates to points Sooth, West and Northwest also toAlaska. For foil informaiioo write to a- M T T st f DeaaAti aaV Agent of the L. & N. Railroad, at At- the right way to da . TbI tl al" tt. iiiTf.ioamant guarantee their cares. Write t nem to- ISUUk mJCV ui. , vswmmwmw Ef . . ... 111. 21c 30c 19c 39c Hew Arrivals. Soma new ideas and stvles our New York correspondent sent us by express. Qnsnti-1 ties small, so is tbe price. New Club Ties for Men.... Table Covers Linen Fringe Laundry Bags ....25, 35 and 50c 121c .. 35c I ANDY CATHARTIC NNCWCOHSTIR j 25 50 iffiri DRU651ST5 1 To whom it may roi-ern : This i to eertify tba' f e Ktbday 01 Apr'1. KC.ttte rursery frueis f M. A Throoehnrg & ". at NVs'mi, N. C. were personally irei.d l me, and the crowinc ' k ai4 free from all rpeiea f ineets deeiar nated as daejrrou pesta by Cms. mission, and are appareii'lt t-kliby in every respect. Tliia rertifirate 4r out expend Ui a loosrer peri'd bt sis months front date of examitti. nor does it irelode an? stock swrt rrn tn the iaraerie if t h afreasld. s iERAl.I MrCAinilV, IUlatiit and KntbtsolOsTist. ppeoei for tr.e CK mittee. II. B. Ilmii, ,ht. aUaLUiCiLI UUAnAn 1 LLU tUr. cTr rrlp r rrs?.nf rssr rss; Html rmH. ksai mLm mm4 ------ frmm KM aTrBtrtfC KfurllT .- fti. trl. Im.. se rm Isrfc. ailA Kllow Cases 23, 35 and 50c Cords for pillows - 81 Balding Embroidery Silk, a spool lc Zephyrs, Yarns, Floss and Cotton for Christmas Embroidery work. Our fine of Narrow Ribbons for Fancy work Now complete. We are nsinir the above Low Prices at leaders to attract your buying. If they are not BARGAINS, pure and simple, we lose your confidence, and we cannot afford to do thit. V7ILLIAII S BARNES. WHOLESALE Produre Commission M cirhanl , KALEIGH, X. C. Will buy or sell for cash un! v. ana Stsmctlt ox Coxmisskx. Oantrv Produce, Domestic and Foreign Fruits, etc ,at wholesale. Specialties, Eggs and Batter. IOjOOO dozen eggs can be bar died weekly for cash at fair prices ConsiammeBts and orders toliei te Returns made promptly. RICE Parties Larioz Rorh Rice to sell .-e rian Rice to bay will Ond it tw their interest to eommonirate with rmr hav ers and brokers or direct lou. w pay highest roarkei prieea for Rwga Rice. CAROLINA RICE MILLS. Goldsboro, N.C HinnDTfr0: niMn nr grand new book. "Life cf General Robert E. Lee. written by rase re bers of his family. and beautifully r'tsttrated. Every Southern family will be Inter ested to It. splendid cnanee for can vassers., L Herat terms bend SOc. fcr ROYAL PUBLISBIKO CO. BlcaurMsisa Va. Why Not be Cured? If you ItaveCMsemption.Brostebitia, or Disordered Liver, wfr-y twrt take Jndge GeouK. Ilstt's Consuaptioa, Brorchilis r-Tssa, ana liter Cure? Ic ia acknowledged U te the ter reaedy in the 1" tired Mates fee all lang troabUa. ONLY 50 CINTS PER ROTTl- Address, JUDGE GE3. E. IIUNT, Iexirgtoo, N. C tfANTE-IIizh crads women of Wcbarrb ntanduig wilting to km oar btv lsesa. taen to act aa Manas-re and rorrrv pondent bere; aaWy tOUO- Eocloea naif ad ajessed atatnpad envelope to a. p.T. Eutca. Oeneral Manager, 276 MkduEaa Avenwa, mia. wnere in tnis issue. - . .