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March Zi THEY ENDORSE BUILLRS MENT. AMEND- !! Iiil'mi. I'll..! l Uir .li.ti .I..hn-t.il lamp of ' nl l"la Tlrr an Hot Sinnr f llir Kfu llu loin Op hiIiii 'I" irnlm'iil M'rrtt Hr url l,v il lnwn yKnliia( Ilia WIhoI tha Majority ' The? r solutions below, i &hb1 by t:;c Joseph K. Jhriaton Gump of CunftilrHtH VcUrari!, of iJaltoo, ft p very inter sting readiog. n' fnrt that thirf Camp first rased irsnlutinns oppoMn tho amendment to nM'a Cor. fdrst') Veterans, tutl tl -n nfte rwrU .!ism1 the reiio lutiuiM ci't'D 'dow, and the cire-um-t,tnrn M iunler which it was don1, is ..till m r inte-r.-sting. k will be rune inhere I that while riator I.utUr'.s aiae mlnn nt to the IViisi"ii Appropriation bill to pen : ion ( ''iijf. derate Veterans, wah pen ,in tt tt'tr) the Senate, a number of n m1ui i"iiM from Confe derate Cttoips, (posin th aiuei ilm-nt was ntto i i rtaiu Si natotH in Vnahiui?ton, aud tlit nnpression was created to a cer turn extent tii it these resolutions ex pre M 'l ti e He-nt intents of tho Camps from wlin-li they camo aud of the Conft 'It r.'tte Veteraiis generally. That tins imiiM'Hsion was false is Krowiiitf plainer vnch dwy. One i'i mo rni'uions tnat was it tit ti the Senate, opposing the ami udmt-tit, wks from the very Camp which lmjw repudiates tho resolution and pasd strong resolutions favor ing the amendment. The f'dlowin letter explains the wliole m.itter: 1ai.ton, (!a., March 13. Senator Marion Butler, Washington I. C. i k.a ii Silt: L t inn congratulate you upnu your spue ;ii in support of your amendment t ponsnm (oufed erate soldiers. It waw a truthful clear-cut expoailiou of the whole matter and I tiiniik eu lor it. Kq closid yru will ieo the proceedings of our ("amp at our Ubt meeting, which is a, i .lit rarupln oi all the Camps throvg' out this f-eetion. At our iij e' iug in F. brnar.v, tour or five town nieiurer!-- and )flicers of the Camp in uau d, iy m'srepreiseuting the hour of tho meeting to have about no one present who was in fa vor of your amendm . nt, a they met and passed resolution ag.'iint it. So when w raw their attilude toward us thero was groat indiguation among the rank nnd tile of the Camp and wt came together iu force at our Mareh metirg aud had the entire minutes of t li o F lc uary meet ing recitidi'd and tlu u after reading my resolutions (i be oes eu below) they wi iv uuHinmously adopted. So you see how the liink and fie of our L'auitn in his purr of the country staud iu i iraM to y ur nuwduient. I detiite to r.ty further tt nt nine out of ten or en o a larger per cent, will eagerly s gn a petition lo t'ongrtss if THE NEW BULL PEN ELECTION LAW. IU I'ravl.ioftsaa Interpret Uy a leading I'rmwcrMtic I'aiM-r. The rerent Ltgi.Utcre regaled th non-partisan dectiou Uwa ot 18Uj and lb97, whib guaranteed to every party the right to be reprcs n- ttd on election boards by election oflictrs of their own cboooin. enacted an election law more vicious than infamous S I mm fin a P. . 1 1 . ' - ' - - i 4 cu Election law that was in force before 1&'J. Thi leading provifions of this law as pnVlif-hed by the lUleigh News & Observer are as follows: 1. Tnat the election for S:t and county tlhcers shall be held on tbe first Thursday in August and every two years thereafter. - That there shall be a Slate board of el. ttius compo?ed of hvts persona elected by the LegiiUture for a term of two years. 3. That there shall be a county I board of elections consisting of three persons, appointed by State board for a term of two years. 4. That the State Hoard of elections shall rneot in Kaleigh tbe first Mon day in May, 18!)'J, and organize by electing one of their number chair man and another secretary. Another meeting sbull be held on the first Monday iu April in each election year. Special meetings may be call ed when necessary. For their services the board shall receive four dollars a day and traveling expenses. 5. That the county boards shall appoint all registrars and judges of elections. Members of the county boards may be removed by the State board; and the county board in turn may remove any registrar or jude of election. (!. That county boards must meet not later than the first Monday in May for organization, and for divid ing tne counties into precincts and pollicg places. 7. That before the mxt general election there shall be an entirely new registration. Among questions to ba asked applicant i "whether he has listed his poll for taxation for the curreut year in which he applies for registration, and for tbe year next preceding. And if any appli cant shall falsely swear he has listed bis poll for taxation, he shall be guilty of perjury and and punished as prescribed by law." 8. That the registration boc ks aha 1 be kept open twenty days aud closed on the second Saturday before the election. On each Saturday during the period the registrar shall go to the polling place to register voters. On such elajs the books shall be open for inspection by the voters of the precinct. There shall be no no reg isterirg on election day, bat voters may be challenged. 80. PINSREE WINS. Hi Hill Taalac Kallro4 m ! I'rop-t jr ! lioth Hm im Michigan. The Pingre-Atkin&on bill, provid- WHAT DOH THIt MKHSf Tim Wins'oa Journal syi: With in tne past week or so some twentv- nve or thirty persons bav Mi the eonnty of 1 ad kin for the West. W wish there was some wt to l mores I the fact on our people that the South I i 'r taxation of railroad, express. Mid ortn Carolina in particular is teIRTaph, and telephone property on a basis similar to that open which other property is taxed- passt-d its final stage in the Hoaw this afttr nooD, wnen teat, roay eon-erred in all the amendments made by tneSo ate. There were no dissenting votes upon the question of concurrence, and the bill now goes to iov. Pin- gree ror signature, wnica it is ex- pecel to receive without doub! The bill, as finally enacted, repeals former acts under wbieb railroads were t-xed in proportion tJ their gross earnings. It provi Je& for ar pointment by the Governor, with the consent of the Senate, of a board of assessors, the members of which shall have access to all accounts of the companies to whom it applies, and who shall assess thesj companies' property at the average rate of State, county and municipal taxes upon all property within the State. Various features of the act will doubtless be tested in the Sapreme Court Tne enactment of the bill, which has been a subject of discussion for years past, is considered a triumph for Gov, Piogree, and it is not be lieved that the amendments made by the Senate will detract from the objects of the bill to anv extent. me L'srden snot of this country r,A bat they can do as wt.ll here a in the Western State s.' What on earth are these foolish people leavingthe Slate for nw t Have not the "redeemers"' the negro-calamity howlers the "good white man's government" crowd gotten hold of the State and put tbemelves in office! Does this not mean the beginning of the milleni nm, ar.d should not everybody from everywhere flck to this State, in stead of anybody daring to leave the State T It has been more than ?our months since the last election. Have not these foolish oee ple who are now daring to leave the State found out that the wisest and best element have captured the State and saved it from mint If these foolish peo ple had left the State two years ago, when the State was scacdalizd and ruined by the fusion crowd it would have been easy enough 10 have un derstood their action. If they had left then, every nigger-ealamity howling organ in the State would have told us in Aiming headlines that these good people were forced to leave the State oj account of the rule of the fusion crowd! But what on earth are they leav ing for now! Are they not guilty of unpardonable folly; and besides, guilty of treason in leaving the State Fast Dre For Cotton. Brilliant and Unfading Colors Made by Diamond Dyes. A TKNVKST INVESTMENT OF TEN SAVES DOLI.A1M. Profeionsl dyers always oe differ et.t dje f"r cotloa thsn for wool, a ri tton i s vrgtable fibre, wbfl wool coiur from sirniml. In PiatnoiMl lj et there are some fifteen fst ro'or that are prepared espeially for cot tton scd mixed (food The dyes five colors that even wanting in etroog oapud or expueure to tbe unlicbt wilt not fade. Set- that jou get Diamond Ijen, and tas r.otbing el. COLOR and flavor of fruits, sue, quality ami ar jK-anancc of vegetables, v.ciht and jlumjncsitf ra arc all produc-ed by Potash. Potash, properly comb-ru-d with Phos phoric Acid and Nitrt;;c:i. r.nd liberally applied, v.i'.l i::;prr.vc e-very soil ami ircrf-- !.-iJ and quality ot";.r.y cr The World .. t Almanac and Encyclopedia a for 1899 That TbrohbinK Ileadafhc Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Tills. Thousands when such great and good and chris- of sutferera have proved their match less merit ior sick ana nervous neaa- tian-like and patriotic men are in control ! It cannot be possible that acbes. They make pure blood and strong nerves and build up your health thev are leaving the State now h- Easy to take. Try them. Only 25 cents. , . ,. Money back if not cured. Sold by all state where elections are controlled by political machines supported by an organized band of ballot box thieves, perjurers and murderers! Perish, the thought! Is it not time for these nigger calamity howling organs to denounce these people who TO THE MEMBERS OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. vim ttitt.L- it ii fcji' f t r v Wed.v.iefK.iUi t tlmikyou for day in July the county board shall your able and uituly effort to have the right 'hii g i u bj Congress in our behalf . hi el or regarding you as a triend, 1 muiiu, Yours truly (Signee1) J. L. Uxkokd. The above letter shows that a few politicians hurriedly called a meet ing aud passed without discussion. some out and dri?d resolutions op posing the Confederate Pension amendment without the knowledge of niuo tonts of the me mbers 'f the Camp. In how maiiy camps the samii snap judgment was taken remains yet to bo seen. Due thing is clear, however, that the politicians were anxious to cr:ate the impression that the Confederate Veterans were op posed to the pensions. When there was a full meeting of the Joseph E. Johnston Camp, what did they do! After full and free discussion, they rescinded the former resolutions and passed the following: Whekeas Senator Butler, of North Carolina, has introduced a bill in tbe Unite d S ates Senate, pro viding pensions for Confederate as well us the Federal soldiers, making it a common cause national, and Whereas, Ihe sentiment that act uated the Senator of North Carolina in oringing his bill, came niainiy Gentlemen: I write this letter because the question has arisen in some counties as to whether the Leg- are now leading in the days of good islature had authority ty abolish the government, as guilty of treason and County Boards of Education a3 the every other crime in the catalogue! members were elected for threi But the fact is they are going. We years. know it is so because one of the I shall not attempt to decide as to Democratic papers tells us so. Then tne legality of this act of the Legis- let the nigger calamity howling or- turei but want want to inform you gaLs explain why they go. Let them that it is my earnest desire that you explain why these people do not stay waive any legal right that you may and help them to adopt the "grand feel that you have in this matter for sonof the grand father" amendment, the sake of the cause of public edu- At least these nigger calamity howl- cation. ing organs should hold a meeting The work of public education in and denounce the Winston Journal North aarolina i3 bigger than any set as disloyal and guiliy of treason to f politician or any political party, the Democratic Bull-Pen Machine for So I beg you for the sake of the grea not suppressing these facts instead work to. be done, not to throw aDy of telling them in broad day-light. obstacles in the way that may in any way hinder the success of the law as enteted by the recect Legislature. It was reported to tne that tho principal qualification considered in the appointment of the C juaty Board I of Directors was that the men mu t be Democrats. Be this as it may. Let these men have an opportunity to prove by their works that they ar for pablic schools as well as Dem crats. I advice you to meet with Count v Board of Directors on second Mon What does it alt mean ? To the County Supervisors. J. That on or befor the first Mon- Office eF Superintendent of Pub lic Instruotion. i appoint two judges of election for Raleigh, N. C, March 18, '99. each precinct. Tee manuscript of the public school 10. That to prevent disorder as law and notes thereon were placed many aa three special officers may bo in the hands of the printer on March appoiuted by the registrars and 15th, but owing to law suits, in junc judge of electiou. tions, etc., I have no assurance of a 11. That there shall be one ballot definite time as to having the School for all State officers, one for judges law published hence this letter. of differeut courts, one for members The Supervisor will hold his office I dav in Anril make a full comolee I I X T or ueneral Assembly, one tor county and discharge his omcial duties until report of your w -rk since July 1st, officers, and one tor township effi- the end of the school year, or until cers. That all ballots for each of his successor, the County Superin thes classes of o fficers shall be the dent of schools, is elected and quali same s Z9, on white paper and with- fled. out device. The siza of the ballot County Superintendent of Schools must be prescribed by the State will be elected by the County Board board of elections. Tickets in the of Directors on the Jad Monday in ending June 30th. 1899 wrong box shall not be counted. July. There has been the most pleasant 12. That the members of thesev- The County Supervisor cannot do official relations existing between eral boards of election shall consti- any visiting of schools since the 7th you and myself, with very few ex- tute the board of county canvassers, of March, because there has not ex- oeptions, the memory of the excep- 1898, and turn over all official r c ords, books, etc., to the County Boaid of Directors in order that said Board of Directors may have as little trou- ble as possible to make out the an nual report for the fiscal school year Illustrated History of the Spanish 1 American War j j j- j jt jtjt jtjt jt jtjt jk j READY FOR SALE EVERYWHERE J JANUARY 1st, 1899. J jkjkjkjkjt jtjt Tofctthe with The Battle Calendar of the Republic Compiled by EDGAR STANTON MACLAY Historian of the U. S. Navy. THE STANDARD AMERICAN ANNUAL. PRICE 25 CENTS. Postpaid to any addrm. THE VORLD, Pulitzer Bulldint NEW YORK. It It In w l uv : 1 i . QLi i. t.Ai i r c; .s. greatest r.'ufi ' i' T. 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(Sears, Roebuck To. are thoroughly reliable. Kditor.J nnnc run rntc vaialwiuc. mmm lava hiihi SEARS. ROEBUCK A CO.. CHICACO, ILL. your fret Kb . oepnt aad If aaatbt. aa. aad w t -x"- ' ! mmrm TO tbta mmm mZm-tm, ...... . . bis r awiRfoia l aa lli auUcnjiUuu ir ut t;. (. x- freight cOJtm auajret Vj cuiiniliia, ItUiutiaUi ut frtl utjrtl V. 1 1 L. I t,iiW.y,. 4VUUAZINE. THE TOBACCO TRUST It Will Soon Destroy Kvery Independent linsineas and pat Kverybody at Its Mer cy. Mt, Airy News.l The Tobacco Trusts will eventual ly destroy the tobacco business. The which shall meet at the court house istt:d a County Board of Education tions will be forgotten, and that of time will come, unless something ia secoud day after the election, can- since that date under whose super- vass the returns, and declare the re- vision this work musthave been done the general rule will be cherished in done to thwart these gigantie trusts, suit at the court house door. Koh Childbirth tf its Terrors and Minimize the Fain and Dangers of La bor by uinfi: Simmons Squaw Vine Wine eir Tablets. in order to be in accordance with law. The new County Board of Direc- i tors will allow the County Super visor pay for his services actually rendered in public school work since the years to come. 1 am yours truly, C. H. Mebaxz, Supt. Public Instruction. I'nlveraity News. T.Aat Wednesday nicht Mrs Kirk from the Federal army and Grand hand, having reached the end of life's A rru v camri?. as we-11 as the attitude hmrnev nuietly crossed the mysterious of Pre s dtnt McKinley while on his gulf, and we hope safely reached the c a - i I rA.a .sf lha Aaf.ori1 hnrntt f hliad Whereas, It woulel be a vindica- For year, and years she has lived Boards of Education and County Sat. i, i'Anfiui0 .aiwa p. within a stone s throw of Chapel Hill Boards of Directors on the second knowlidgiug our con to tight only in not a nKnt ot reteinon, ana un.' most prosperous and influential of record 8S to the Dublic It seems that the new County Board nereas, ine cumtnern oiaies citizen?, prominent among mem oeing ----- , of Education may meet with some re ha pen ..Suuou. CJriTTl Monday in April and assist in every Felf-defense and Sne waa related to a few of Chapel way possible to make clear and plain As a matter of general interest to 7th of March, such as examination of our readers we take the hberty of an- teachers, signing vouchers, etc ; sueh --J SSnlVlS, ccmpensauon as was auowea oy mw Cuba, has met with new honors. B- l .u r.nnn Tt.rmAa of r jnno a i fn tho K irsr. KPirimpnf. laifr, .labann. J 1 -. i : n..fl. . i a . i n Tt Ti 1 1 It would be well for the County J TfJThe SummaPCourt o he' K K K ft -1 1 . . . i . 'il ml . A I ... ..am -, VA aaVJaS oupervisor to meet wnn me t-.ouniy regiment, wnne only recently tienerai Arnold, division commander 01 tbe army, has appointed him president of the general court martial for the First Brigade. Clinton Caucasian. when both farmer and retailer will ba compelled to sell and buy from the trusts. Rapid progress in that direction has been made during the past seven years. Many factories are to-day being scooped up by the trusts while others are crumbling to pieces. WILMINGTON tt W EL DON H. R. AND BRANCHES. AND FLORENCE RAILROAD. ' COHDBMSBD SCHBUTJLB. TRAINS GOING 8QUTH. DATED Aug. 1st, 1897. -O , o a. x.'r u Lt Weldon 11 SO, 9 43 Ar Rocky Mount. 12 5210 35 Lv Tarboro. ..'12 12 Lv Rocky Mount, 12 52 10 35 Lv Wilson. Lv Bel ma Lv FayetteTille. . Ax Fleiance 2 06 11 16 3 00. 4 40! 1 14 7 35 3 25 ve been j-ayiug tteir part of the Mr. II. 11. Patterson. Four score years schools and give all the information Bj8tence in installing themselves into nsimsforthe Unicn soldiers for and ten waa said to have been the time possible, so that the school interest office. The work of the Legislature 1 mmm, t .TV tBBIK.In.l ltfaO lirQ D il flnHTnfi M ? J . J 1 At A. 1 SEED DISTRIBUTION. Lv Golds bo ro... Lv Magnolia ... Ar Wilmington. a at a S 2 a. at. 5 45 6 20 65 r- m. found perfeea. iy aauxiaetory and tbe aaaWiiH yoa ever aw or beard of. Fay the re I at arm t aar ar-ariai raica. SIS.0O fe.a tbe mWSA icuEi V r biro r vtrttf; w rci STOVK CATALOCUk ai arlth order. orIU and freta-h eharrea. Thla atnva to .tea V. a. ava I. ttyvtl. rm a4!xZS-maefmai bact pttr.n.ettTa Wfp- fimm imm y covera, heavy Unl iun and rrato, larr alM .hmmm f tin lined ovea amr.kwlMat mit-kmi tlid wnai a tatlona aad tHanainra. emtra larva eWp.n.lai aaa a fin ilila li... i inn .ir. eaadmm. larr nrraamfa Imm-m. mmrnt mmm mmmmmr . aad awl inil.li r ar. aa rttfl mr Tta. ma k tnw It a perfart a I W.rar. aaiM t a WB IU a.r.a..v.a n v. n v -mA ..r. mm . - 1 livarv ma mr railmad ataUon. TaarlnralaMlra-aatl i 12 45 ehar yoa r a t or eaa a tba rraaptit la wly in alMtat il.efw ear V mil., mmmm aa. faa at trntml a. mm , ui.... ttui n a ij r a: a ca. a.i. idkhii DEMOKtbrh FAMILY MAGAZINE la more liimu. AblllUS MaoaZIMu, ml " . V titouu a vim tit 7 01 8 OCA 9 SOI A.l 3 10 4 16 5 45 p. at. TRAINS GOING NORTH. 00 6 "5 55 Q LISTEN ! LISTEN ! Uavears acd hae not muritured. that she traveled nie s ups ana aowns . ... , aninrorl vt of turning down officers before their m.ll"w":5l, tt ;nSMMinUndtlthe star that had crossed and work will not be injured by l.me ?e8 t0 give place t0 hUDg rfttnrn i the sky sometimes through the azure change ot omcers. - Democrats is not going to pan out in return, atU ... blue of happiness and prosperity again Tllll inn.neh;a .nmm;ita cJo-r. t.verv instance iust as this arreat bodv w tu-reas, lt would cement tne pas8iDg turoUgh the clouds of adver- r of patriots would have it. We believe hole country, eliminating sectional 8ity and sadness, has passed below the orders of teachers salaries to finish the great majority of the peoi f lints and prove !o the world that we horizon. The star was ever bright, Qp contracts made with teachers for North Carolina are law abiding, and are a united people, hence making evr the same glittering priceless gem' . cMl.n, ;, Thesa are willing, anxious and determined it ot national importance, and a sc ul brillian. with Christian virtues. r to carry out their laws and contracts, Whria In th 1 war with J-ast saturaay me " v aroity uaseuan i uruera iu uc cuui uj mo vuuuij Spain it was demonstrated to the 'eam defe&ted the Oul,for(i0"ee Supervisor as heretofore. worliltbat the South readily taken team by a score 01 1 to i. me uuii- Thig j tiiijk i4 gUfficiei.t infor- hr act in defense of the United - J Z'Ji mation for you untU your successors aies and is inmica to an tne Deae- fevef. nts ur d privileges of any section in 'We ere ttrj pleasantly entertained the I mon, and consider it nor un- iS8t Tuesday night by a scrub debate maolv nor btcrcarly to receive a jnst and later on in the week received recompense lor American valor, the glad news that our "Varsity" de Tberefore, be it baters had won the North Carolina- Kesolved, 1, That we. the Confed- gia ur erate Veterars of Joseph E. John- The students are being vaccinated ton Camp No, 134, fully endorse ".yi rof sme chum or friend tte brave action of Senator Butler botlJ Mgented when the said friend or in bringing his bill in regard to pen- .CUum comes down on the sore arm. Sloes for Confederate eterans in I i. il. II con. u on with tbe Union soldiers. 'I'k.a iV. l. I n ' i t j f t , , U My Blood Pure? WOtda of Prraident ilfKinlfv in re-I cm,! iAiv.K,t,t... -wi This is a Question of vast lmpor- dy co-cperation from the United tance to all who wish to be well. If Stat. Ofmm 1 11 TV a Ti Tsith finr inoai nr. our blood is impure you cannot ex- ganizatior for beautifying the pect good health, unless you -begin gravis ef the Considerate dead will taking Hood s Sarsaparilla at once. h'irn.;T..u. r, Antr, ami This treat medicine makes the blood rr. rt fnr t.. Amafnoan snldior. cure and puts the system in good nd will not detract in the least from health, cures spring humors and that anything tbat ia nc w beinar done by tired feeling. are elected and qualified. Yours truly, C H. Mebake, Snpt. Public Instruction. Bemarkable Rescue. Mrs.'Michael Curtain, Plainfield, 111, makes the statement tbat she caught cold, which settled on her lungs; she was treated ior a montn oy ner iamuy physician, but grew worse. He told her i nat sne was a aiuyneBs victim ui con sumption and tbat no medicine could cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion; she bought a bottle and to her delight found nerseli benenttea irom first dose, sne continued its use ana after taking six bottles, found herself sound and wen; now does her own housework, and is as well as she ever was. Free trial bottles ol this tireat Discovery at any Drng Store, large bottles 50 cents andjl 00. our local organization! and will only mow a friendly if uit of a great gov rniMnt town id the people. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache, biliousness and aver ills Price 2o cents. It ia be tter to r re st rve health" than to cure the t ate. Therefore, keep jour bleed vre with Hoed'a Sars-I T Care Constipation lorerer. TaUn e'asoarets Candy Oatbartia 10c or 250. li ti C. ti tail to cure, druggUts retund money. Memorial Cards. Beautifully colored Memorial Cards 14x22 inches, name of Deceased in bronze. If you have had any dear relative to die and desire one of these cards, address Southern Memorial Co., Raleigh, N.C. .' both in spirit and to the letter of the law the Democrats of North Carolina to tfce contrary mt with&t&cdiFg. Th The Democrat party may be like cer tain individuals we stumble across oc casionally who think just anything they do is all right. These Democrats think they can break the law, break their pledges, break all precedents in order, propriety, decorum and de cency, and tbat just because it suits their interest, their convenience and their whims promulgated by tbe con ceited, the presumptuous, tne patron izing and disgusting because tbey can attract attention and make them selves offensive, that this makes every thing they do quite proper, dont you know, and of a superior order. Well, the Democrat party may be able to disfranchise a majority of tbe honest voters of tbe State, they may be able to abolish offices and re-establish them again just for tbe purpose of turning out these officers before their time ex pires, they may be able to perpetrate breach of contracts .to make any and all kinds of new laws and do violence to all our fundamental laws, including the Constitution, but in our humble opinion we doubt if this kind of thing can continue long with impunity, r or one we are in favor or fighting tbe Devil with fire and resist this lawless aet of law makers until the legality of the matter be passed upon by the courts. If anything can be done to ourb and head off these mad anarchists let's bestir ourselves and put the screws on them. Clinton Cnucaaian 1.00 worth of choice Vegetable seeds FREE ABSOLUTELY to any person who renews bis sub scription and send one new subscriber to THE CAUCASIAN for one year. 50c worth seeds free for 6 months' renewal and one new subscrip tion. Thee seeds we offer are put up by a reliable concern whose seed were arwarded World's Fair Medal and Dip loma, and thousands of farmers from s.11 parts of tbe country speak in high est term of their good quality. We offer ten Grand Specialties id following seeds in ten cent packets Beans, f eas, uabbage, Melon, Squasb, Lettuce. Cucumber, Carrot, Tomato, Radish. Remember you do not pay one cent for these seeds only renew your subscription and send one new subscriber to THE CAUCASIAN for sea 3; 9k -a za Lv Florence. I 8 45 Lv Fayetterille.. 11 20 LvSelma I 1 00 Ar Wilson 1 42 r. at ! 8 15 .10 20 .. .! ! . 12 10... Lv Wilmlnirton-j Lv Magnolia LvGoldsboro.... r. at. ,r. m. a. at ..' 7 15 9 35 .. 8 5510 69 ..10 10 11 58 a m Jr. m.'t. m Lv Wilson 1 42 .... 12 1511 2012 43 Ar Rocky Mount, 2 33'... 12 53 11 571 1 20 Lv Tarboro 112 12 Lv Rocky Mount, Ar Weldon '12 53'. 144. la. m. r. .Daily except 2 33 .... 3 39..... T. at. t Daily except Monday. Bundav. Train on the 8ootland Neck Branch Road leaves weldon 4:11) p. mM llauiax 4:2p. m., arrives Scotland Neck at 5:20 p. m Green ville 6:57 p. m.. Kington 7:55 D. m. Return inf? leaves Kinaton 7:50 a. nu, Greenville 8:52 a. m,. arriving Halifax 11:18 a. m weldon 11:33 a. m. Trains on Waahinfrton Branch leaTs with ieton 8:20 a. m. and 1:00 n. m. arriva Par- one year and get ten papers ; or for 6ix -fd 2:40 p. returoinf . n.mprt w I leave Parmele 9:35 a. m. and 8J0 p. nL, ar- as named above. Every person who has a garden should by all means reserve a few rows for our assortment of seeds. A package of Flower Seeds con taining 200 annuals will n" given to tbe young lady who sends us a subscriber. ALWAYS KEEP OR HAND THESE IS HO HUD OF PAIH OB I ACHE. IHTERHAL OR EXTERRAL. r THAT PAIR-KILLER WILL HOT RE- V W LI EVE. v V LOOKOUT FOR IMITATIONS AND SUB- J JSTITUTES. THE GENUINE BOTTLE f BEARS THE NAME, J ' PERRY DAVIS A SON. 7 rive Waabington 11.-00 a. m- and 70 p. daily. Train leavw Tarboro, I. t. dailv except Bundav 5:30 p. m., SuneUy 4:05 p. m.. ar rives riymooxn 7:o p. m., p. m, return-ina- leaves Plymouth daily except Sunday i:av a. m.. ana euneiay v a, am Tea rar- boro ltruo a. m. ana li.uu a. m. Train on Midland N. C. Branch leave Golds boro daily, except 8unday, 7:10 a. m-. amymg om'tnneia b:ju a. nu, rnnrmng leaves Bmruneia kuu a. arnvea ax uoiaa boro 10:25 a. m. Trains on Nashville Branch leave Rockv Mount at 4:30 . m arriva Nashville 5:05 d. m.. 8ering Hope 5:30 p. m., returning leave spring nope :uu a. nu, naanvtue &x a. nu arrive at Rocky Mount 9:05 a. mn dally x cepesunaay. Train on ciintan inancn leaves W tT Clinton daily, except Sunday, 11:15 a. nu. and 4:10 p raturninc leaves Clinton at 7.-UU a. m. and 3:UU p. m. Train No. 78 maxea cloae connection Weldon for all points North daily, all rail via Richmond, also at Rockv Moont with Norfolk and Carolina R. R. for Norfolk and all pointa North via Norfolk H. M. EMERSON, nl PaasAxt. J. RC KENLY. Oen'l Man. T. M. EMERSON. TraOe FREE BOX SEEDS. We will give a $2 00 trial box of our choice vegetable seeds to any one wbo will help ua sell 40 papers at 5c each. No Mojtbt Riqcibed in advance. Write a postal Mating you accept this offer, and mention the' paper, and we will mail yoa tbe 40 papers to be sold for o. with catalogue and instruction. Wa Orrsa 50 Bto -Pkmicms for eeed selling including Watrhea, 1'iatola, Clothing, etc. Write, to-day. T. J KING, CO., Richmond Va. Albert 8. Brown, Marion, N. C , writes: My mother waa readily re lieved of Disordertb Liver br the ue of Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. Have ued it myself with grea benefit. Vl lUa4 atrti lwb taatt toL.s eacit tMibUi; Uaia ia nly um cl iia Diatiy vaiaakav lealurr. J t a a aota Uiix.f lur eaa.a u-tutlAU ol tbe faiu. uy. tor every C- iUa.rtit ot Uj L.uuariiMl, ao4 its vaijra (Miteiaia are ot llc ttatMat graoa, uaaibc it tt a av ulUi Ilia, fan 11, V MAOAZJE OFTTHE W 0 Ii LOT" 1 1 f urL laLea Lbet thonrbu of tbe moat iau reatina atafl Baoat piwrraajTe vrntrra of Lb day, axxl at aliraaaa of the times is erjrUijr Art, Lnaratara. Bciextov. hooety ASaira, rVtioa. ilooaaboid M altera, ttporta. etc ainxle tiua.tar f rs qneotly containit a from 'AM to uu Ba o KTaviftra, tnaaibar it tbe XCJHT HUMI'LaTE AND MejHT PIUjFUiKLY I LLL'bl RAT Ell of tbe GREAT MOMUUtH. DEMOEKbXb UAUAZihK Faabloa Da partment is lb every way far aiiaad of tbat contained in any otLer ftlicaijoo. Bubsrribera aree&titled each Btoatb to pat terns of tbe latest I aahiotas La woattes's at tire AT BO (MT TO TMtM OUtCT ihaB Lb StSS for poatac aad wra4a NO BETTER CHRISTMAS iilVT than a year'a inbscriptioa to DEMOEEflTS MAGAZINE can be Uaada. By ntaymaug at ocs you can get tbe roacai-ina at mtm re Coord price, aixl will alaxi raoMve Lite baasv aome 'mSxr nt Jt-maa Numtter wtLL tt baasv tif'U panel pxture supplement. l jentit tl.UJ by money order, najstsiaa lav ter orcbec. Gnat Special Clubbing Offer for Prosap BbscnfiCkma: ONLY f 1.75 FOB THE CAIJCAOIAX taT8eod your nbacritAioas to this ofiea. GEHD OrJE DOLLAR .ntsr-isvrra wa mmZ I aaaA Ua MICH.CMAOC TOP fOOQV f oa t fraast C. O. XX. autiact toaaMinalKm. iwieaarnaiw K a4 ymmr trmurmt Amy aaS If lM M Mr.l. 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