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o; 1 ea is il on vn lltlj risli Jraad DRY, I Win n"e ;tate. p TON, Plants. i) per cvuj' o small, me for of limine we Tf'1? us or nl 1). I'rV rain ghe gaiiij "jitaite Ixrxmkk, Saw. 20, 1892. illffi POORER Were i, it. An- ;n:l movers m ra- people IT? v Chronic-I Header a Ccrrsct Answer. . . ....;, f i vrnor no market in which .. It i.V.d not omevm '..v.. rvi.v. of wheat, , ::i tk markets oi rxM a supply of ;o,t poultry and "ip. raised his own .Villi-. J -i will their hands on hv the Uresis after wife si'un, wove, it the sarnn.-nts fur a .:, Once a year a , brr.i, turkeys and lK truck was carried tr.vr. mi 1 soil in re :ii:ir, and a new . Tie tuI-M'.r ;:.-cd to ... I t L :-tt.;-jtio!i, t : i u t tie L'lLii'. tliiu hv had rj: iuiiiv of healthy i-iujiUrrs, tuaf ):! Cu!.dlli"ii and .; hi ot' .-roek. mi 1 i rai3ua e.imt? a ion I.V-. 3 t uiswmiui, uuu ins oniy congenial spirits will be the merchant who depends on mud roads to transport his goods, the traveler who sticks to his stage coach and the house wife who only knows of the distaff and hand-loom. For farmers generally to adopt such a course would be to "turn back the hands upon the dial plate of time " and utterly fail to m-et the demands and responsibilities of our ae. Civilization has embarrassed this farmer because legislation has not kept pace with the progress of the ag?, for while we are rich in inven tors and scientists and poets and painters, tnere is a death of jurists and statesmen, and this farmer is trying to live 'mid a highly develop- 1 "t 1 .. 1 1 - - va uuiusinai civilization and his only protection is a crude system of laws only adapted to a barbarous semi-civilized staca of society where there is little exchange of commodi ties. The law that protected him from the individual thief, when his wares were home made and home used, and under his own eye, will not meet the requirements of a civi lization that almost necessitates an exchange of products, and brings him in contact with bodies of thieves united in trusts and combines and monopolies. Let us then not go backward but rather press forward :o that higher, grander civilization in which our Lilliputian statesmen will give place to giant law givers who will made us a code adapted to such a state, and protect us as effect ually from trusts, combines and monopolies as the present law does from highway robbers and sneak thieves. Then will this former not only possess his land, but enjoy all the intellectual and material bless ings the inventive genius and tire less energy such a state caa bestow. James McPhersox Templetox. TIT I 1 1 - in UttKUNIOLE'S POSITION EN DOUSED. aii5h??from "anadre38 to the pec hm kg couautee appointed by the Dam., fetate Executive committee.) Speaking by authority of the State Executive Committee, we urge all oar people to refrain from fault finding; we condemn abuse and vituperation in whatever quarter; exhort -all to practise a prudent and rational for bearance; and commend to you the supreme virtue of charity. Let us concede to all, as we claim for alb he inalienable right of opinion. - Mortgage Sale. J. J. Thomas, President. A. A. Thompson, Vice-Pres. B. S. Jerman, Cashier. H. V. Jacksox, Ass't CashierZ THE COMMERCIAL MB FW BANK OF RALEIGH, X. C, By virtue of a mortgage executed to Gaston Rollins by James V Avert and wife, and registered on pace 512 of book 92, in the office oi the ie2rister?s of Deeds of Wake county, and will pell for cash, at the residence of James W Avents, in Holly Springs Townshin Tnesdav the 12th dav nf .Tanirr A TTT JT CiJJ Tr r?r more or less, near J H Burrs, and mc 4 XT t-t t , . fully described in said roortea. rATD-UP CAPITAL GASIOX ROLLIXS Dec 9, '91- d-oaw-8w 500.000.00 100, ;OU.OO The Best Authorities, Such as Dr. Dio Lewis, Prof Gross, and others, agree that ca tarrh is not a local but a constitu tional disease. It therefore requires a constitutional remedy like Hood's oarsapanlla, which permanently cures catarrh. STILL INCREASING. SALES OF Headache, Indigestion, Biliousness, Dyspepsia And all Stomach Troubles Are cured by P. P. P. (Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium). A dose of Simmons Liver Regu lator, taken daily, will relieve an.d prevent indigestion. MioepiiaiciiGiiie Are increasing all the time, showing that it is selling on its merits. Read what the druggists and people generally say about it: Grkensroro, N. C, Xov. 20, '91. Mr Ja8. I. Johssos, lialeigh, N. 0.. My Dear Sir: I am glad to tell you that your Anticephalalgineisthe finest seller among headache medicines, on j n i account OI IIS CERTAIN curative enect. wishing you immense success. Yours respectfully, Geo. Fitzsimmoxs. Beaufort, N. C, Dec. 7, '91. Dear Bro-: I enclose check for 5.00. tor which please send me your Head ache Cure, Anticephalalgine, by ex press to Newpoit, N. C. I trust von can send it at once. It has never failed to cure me. Very truly yours, tRev.) X. M. Jurney. n : of the farm, . u 1 1 within sdx Rheumatism is cured by P. P. P. Pains and aches in the back, shoul ders, knees, ankles and wrists are all attacked and conquered by P. P. P. This great medicine, by its blood-cleansing properties, builds up and strengthens the whole body. . Abbott's East India Corn Paint cures all corns, warts and bunions. Prior's Rheumatic Remedy Ts the best cure for Rheumatism on the market. J AS. I. JOHNSON, SOLE AGEXT. Our large resources and special facilities enable us to receive on favort. ble terms accounts of individuals, firms, banks and corporations. wur large steel and granite Fire-Proof Vault uru!.: vd now in i: c;t;itii: world; the it ia t.n years his :u;H he' ceased to 'v'..i k)1 well iii- tie SMtots of the Us TliN t iT'"i--. .... 1;;N,; BSOUfiUT INTO lr.'t.'r,,, .1 . 1 1 sibiLTiptioQ to the ; Csiiijxiclf.. An- I rint.a in ' i'jng answer -iv room onlv for h,m- 17. Thosr. :li'!r of to-day tofth, hater lotiifcir im- yr -All time: 7' 1Ui'i much of rcac' thrown agricultural rchantnnt ;. ' Uaayot one I";11 WVKTS Would with the id Rocky Mount, N. C, Jan. 18. In his prosperous days he had sev eral fine, healthy boys and girls to work his farm, with no cost except I Attention to the daily habits of board and clothing all raised on the young prevents suffering. Take the farm. After a railroad came Simmons Liver Regulator. near him, boys all grown up, leave is fitted with time lock, burglar-proof safe, and with safety deposit boxef. We would be pleased to correspond with thos? who contemplate mat. - Dear Sirs: I have used Prior's Rheu- inS cnanges or opening new accounts. Our cardinal point: matic -Mixture, and pronounce it the Bunn's LEVtL, X. C. .VlCTOi. X Ull. LVJil VXj X. X i All b.'st remedy I have ever used for Rheu matism. I have been a sufferer foi seven years. Yours gratefully, "S. A. TRUELOVE. Safety ! Promptness ! Liberality ! Courtesy 1 9-30-tf home to make a living for them- The Eichinoiid and Danville Takes es. Girls probably married, and Care of the Ministers. then the old farmer was left .with Ministers' permits over the Rich hired labor, and a mortgage was niond and Danville railroad for 1891 the natural consequence. Railroad are extended and made good until had nothing to do with it. Afar- January 31, 1892, by which time mer living fifty miles from a rail- the new permits for 1892 will be road is not apt to catch on to "new issued and in the hands of our fangled" ideas in old age. clergy. J. I'. D AUGHT RY. Johnson's Itch Ointment Will cure in twenty-four hours. 25c and 50c a box. PATAPSCO FLOURING MILLS. 1774- 1892. -J, MiLLPRONG,N.C.,an.lG. 1st. Be cause "the world" received more of his time and attention than his farm. 2nd. Because the effort to keep up with the world caused the de- For Sale. Cole's Box or Wardrobe Lounge arpers magazine, ILLUSTRATED, e four. The Magazine wall celebrate the fourth Centenary of the Discovery oi America bv its re-discovert throne! . t . i J 77 . . ., . " is a per re' t iounge ny aay auu a per- articles giving a more tnorougn expo feet bed by night, and you can put sition than has hitherto been made oi articles the Recent Development of oue on can Country, and especially in the GREA! inand upon his resources to exceed away as much clothing or other a ,i. .. 1.. c as in the averaere wardrobe. Y mv. duwliiv XL urn mo miu.i. Qf l,r0fl arfiplpa fnvlhp TVrirfi nt OT1P !. Wren Poriionlai. offanHnr, -rrrll ora. liecause those neauny sons extra charge tor packing and ship- be given to Dramatic Episodes oi and daughters grew ashamed of the ping. . m . American History A odding work ot the farm, and hrated preacher, says these lounges are War will be described in a Series oi tnnk- in c i oh wv " verv nice, .trice in Breton iu, papers on tne i;anuoe "i'rom tne I lifrv, 1 T?nTtrffi11r Silk 13I0V fcWocf in tho RlnrV kco 1t 4th. Because of the whiskey telle$25f $30. Poultney Bigelow and F. B. Millet. i l..vlf. V.rA V. 'rli,ntl rear- '. 0r I'aint the 1 -"Sraph, or iU' Men, u t .. , shl and spiHt of t .Ua T.1 uiai "iny woriu tfiiuuiscs. Mrs. D. P. McEacheun. Macon. X. C Jan. 16. Be- cause the farmers Alliance nau not been organized in time to come to his rescue. T. E Powell. P. S. We could not "ret the ben efit of that sub-treasury bill. Rowland, X. C, Jan. 16. BeJ cause he, like lots of other farmers, ought to be able to answer your 4uestion and can't. A. McE. Sinclair. Terms: Ten per cent discount casn illustrated bv Mr. Millet and Alfrel with, order, or one-half with order, bal Parsons. Articles will also be given on the uerman, Austrian and ltaliar Armies, illustrated by T. de Thuls- trup. Mr. W. D. Ho wells will contribute a new novel, "A World of Chance,'1 characteristically American. Especial prominence will be given to Short Stories, which will be contributed bj T. B. Aldrich, R. H. Davis, A. Conar Dovle. Margaret Deland, Miss Wool son. and other popular writers. Amonsr the literary reatures win oe Personal Reminiscences of Nathaniel Hawthorne, by his college class mate and. life-long mend, iioratio Bridge and a Personal Memoir of the Brown ings, by Anne Thae&eray Ritchie. Newton, N. C., Jan. 18. Fast living, striving to keep up with rich neighbors and poor working. S. R. Siierrill. Him more k il0 to ,, . . ' ne iU envy Ct or Lis Nothing is so efficacious as P. P. P., at this season, and for the toning up, invigorating, and as a strength ener anil appitizer take P. P. P It throws off the malaria and puts you in good condition. THE PREMIER FLOUR OF AMERICA. Our Patent Roller Flours are Manufactured from the Choicest Wheat Obtainable Including the HARD VARIETY of Maryland and Virginia. Patapsco Superlative Patent, THE PREMIER FL.OUR OF A3IEKICA, Is Unsurpassed for Bread, Biscuit and Pastry, The Superior Body and Rich Quality of the Bread will show its Economy to the Consumer. Ask your Grocer for PATAPSCO SUPERLATIVE PATENT, MEDOKA, HIGH GRADE WINTER PATENT, ROLANDO CHOICE PATENT, PATAPSCO FAMILY PATENT, uAH P V iTfiov Whon n r Time I fcpftnin.or. drawinsr, penmanship and ia H,-fip,i. snb?.criDtions will besin Rpfltord Family, OrailpTC Grove Extra, mopmat fis taught dv experiencec witn tne iumoei tuncuu lueumc Kn ttw:n r aiuiiii jiamciuu l amu. 3,i,PrS. Lar!re catalogue free. SrfvJhS Severn Mills Extra. Camden Super. v-'-'J ' 1J J I Ul HOI - .al.--,.-- I A. O. Briscoe. Manager. back, in neat cloth binding, will be snce sixtv days. AIjJb'KiUlJ UUliiiiS, Grand and Myrtle Avenues, cct-3-ly Brooklyn, N. Y SOUTHERN SHORTHAND AND Business College. ATLANTA, GA. 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