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WILSON, X. C, DEC. 8, 1890.
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daughter of a Spanish officer. He is record again as saving that u e do not
well educated, bright, alert, dashing ; beIieve ;h js ' ' foundation ror
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ami uaiin;. ne win eai me Span
iards out by guerilla war constant sur
prises ambuscades, attacks and re
v : treats. Mushy with 300 men kept 40-
i 000 men constantly employed ' for two w
years in the mou ntains of Fauquier an.!
any such absurd claim. In fact, we
denouce it as false.
"There never was a time when it
more important for people to Le
' ' vMO'i,.i-; VP. Of" Avdl nlnic tbo oto Ollil tinf
;, v.: cv.lvist! von to take a look at the
Loudoun, in Virginia, chasing hint up
v. . en
m,l dale, b.
mid i.e c. :
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A a t:r-
ur...'ie a r.ian stands beiore
lid him to the Senate than
";.ive ;iC) tear
:e to sen
X 'o th,j I
. L(i . 'lit n r
;nit 1 1 t! e
backwards to be ruu ever by the dem
Why was it that you did not re
ply to Dockery attacks on you dur
ing the campaign ?
"Have I not alreadv told you that
I wantt d to k.'eo h.iir. t'in ? Besides
it consuaied tv'O
S'H ech to t ike nt) in
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k t him ne
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m time m a
t.;i! :11s stupid
ve, he said
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".M Pi it ac
1 ::; u" or
s:. because I
(.;..;; r.its by
lii'-'n the von n' are so li;
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f ' n - 1 ! Vul u
i.:.s th.ls store, in its whole history, placed before the people of
;h ; little city such a variety of goods at prices quite so
Ladies and Cents Furnisliings3 Laces, Corsets,
Notions, Stationery, Hardware and
Tinware, Soaps, Brushes of all Kind.
We can knock competition clear out of sight,
slang.) Come, see for yourself.
J. M, LEATH, Manager
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Corner liash and Tarboro Sts.
n:. 1.1 ut:i:.
have a few American and foreign artil
lerists, who will rapidly instruct other
Uhv-I.whI v:i:t .ji-as-.a" " 1 r fV , .r. : :1 1 1. c r ..: .... ;in(l :,; their
:,:.;,,,;,! ni,,M,mi. artillcrcry is remtorced sxdled men
will be readv to use tlie new cannon,
Haitnnore. NoveiiU'er 30
I wuiiil -.w with'wii nnv definite in-
i'.k- sitaatioa in Cuba, (General 1 ' j j con v of
i'radk-y T. Johnson, rc-ceetly returned captainS) lieutenants and order-;.-.,:n
there says, that it is impossible ! ... morc than anthine; else.
Uct relia.ble or accural- mtormation j t.T,;ev arc niakinj; the gamest light
.1-to the Cuban army. "1 investigated j tli;U was nuuie not excepting
irefur.y" said he, "and wa never sat- j that nade by the conft-tierates i the
;iied. eonsioer me m ne uiu.w ,:,.:,..,,. -phev r.re. wearing out tlie
r.illiinore amo-.ig the southern sym
'.. .ithizers darme; the civil w;:r. Kec.di 1
ike exag-eraii-ns of enthusiasm and
the dream-; of their hopes. Then inten--'.fv
that a tb.ousand fold and you have
. faint idea of the condition of things
hi Havana today. Ail Spaniards are
: lb- -,.ve-nmen--ali Cuban,; are
it is invaluable, being prompt to
act, sure to cure.
Suiisi'l IV:-s.ni;lly Cnml lifted Tourist l-'x-
iirian in ( alKui nia Without
t'liaiii;' !' Cars.
Leaving Washington, D. C, Sat
urday, November 14, and every Sat
urday thereafter, the Southern Rail
way (Piedmont Air-Line) and Sunset
Route will operate Personally Con
ducted Tourist Excursions to San
Fancisco, Cal., without change of
cars, conductors or porters. The
route is through Atlanta, Montgom
ery, New Orleans, Houston, San An
tonio, New Mexico, Arizona and
Southern Carolina. The cars are
the very latest pattern of Pullman
Tourist Sleeper, beds equal to those
of any standard sleeper, lunch, lava
tory (private apartment for ladies)
and toilet facilities of the most ap-
nroved style. Three and one-half
days to New Mexcio and Arizona,
four days to Los Angeles and South
ern California, and five days to San
Francisco. Portland, Or., through
the semi-tropical garden of the South
and via picturesque Mt. Shasta in
seven days, with only one change ot
cars. Tacoma and Seattle, Wash
ington, the afternoon ot the Seventh
day. Such service and facilities for
transcontinental travel have never be
fore been offered. The tourit car
fare, $8.00, to San Francisco and in
termediate points, and railroad fire j it he was going to disintegrate the re
the same as any other line, ejecting pebhcmi party, give Russell a "shakin
a seving of $25.00 to $30.00. For
further information and reservation
inquire of any Southern Railway j popnusc conoiuaie 101 govei nor. so
Agent or A. J. Poston, General Agt., went old Dockery "a snortin"
511 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washing- j through the woods, dishing out ex
ton D. C ! P'dcd" unveracities about Russell's
- - j buying the republican convention
t;si: ro;Ti isrs xot v:.kiuu:ik j antj ;ibout his knihing the republican
tirktt in C'Q3, and appealing to re
publicans to vo!o t :,y ih'van and Guth-
Daniel L. Russell, governor elect
of North Carolina, in a recent inter
view with a reporter (A tlie Messenger
in a great measure outlined his
course for the public. The following
isajpartial report of the interview :
What do you think will be the out
come of the Senatorial contest ?
"I hope Pritchard will be elected-'
What will be the chances for
Guthrie and Dockery.
"Neither of them will have any
showing, because neither of them can
never get anything But Democratic
votes, The democratic members
might swallow Dockery but he will be
an awlul dose, even for them.
But Dockery says he was consci
entiously for silver and would have
refused the republican nomination
after the St. Louis convention declar
ed against silver.
"Yes. And he was lool enough to
think that somebody would belive
him ! ! Before the republican coven
tion he was pretending to be for Al
lison, an anti-free silver man, for pres
ident1 But after the republican con
vent ion turned him doivn then he was
i -ket in that
: -u:t showed that I was
id that I bolted the
re U: .' o ? mi
year. 'l;.e 1;:
ticket and caused his defeat for gov
ernor. The truth is that I supported
the whole ticket. I quit my private
business and lost several weeks in
that campaign, paying my own ex
penses, as I always have. Time was
worth something to me. My person
al earnings have not been confined to
beating confiding friends by1 borrow
ing their money and paying them in
bankrupt notices or desperate com
promises. I have not followed the
profession of office seekingfor a liv
ing. Indeed, I have never held an
office that it did not involve pecuni
ary loss. Yes, In 1888 I bowed to
the decision of the party because of
my devotion to its ptinciples.
The say you changed your ground
on the silver question after the St.
"I do not claim absolute consisten
cy on that. However, I said time and
time again in the campaign that
did not agree with the St. Louis dec
laration in favor o! the gold stand
ard." It is thought by some and denied
so strong for silver that he could not i by others that the MeKmlev admin-
supoort McKinley!! Nobody ever
heard ot his being feu silver till But
ler picked him up and chunked him
at the repub;ican party. Butler
thought tb.it was great politics. By
ague ana sKeer mm so oaa tnat
he would come down m favor of the
Spaniards and after General YVeyler
comes back to Havana again, the Span
iards will not throw up the sponge,
but will sit in the towns and make
Lu es at the rebels, who will rule the 1
Col'.utrv.'' j Tin S iiiii-i-i;!!! -jtak- (hit Aihi ;!) !:
'but if thev succeed will they be ca- j .-.i:t? ..ri.ii ou.-si.on.
of self government; u ill tnere j
a rnelilion of San Domingo or '
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'.a i ,atiu It ibe :s capaeUe
rmv.eut. That leguires
tee - r:e
:cl free silve.
1' I hear that
istrativiii will adopt strong measures
to compell Furope to accept bimetal
lism. What do you think ?
The republican pu ty declared for
this in equivocal words. The money
kings of the world do not want silver
as standard money, even on a parity
with gold. They want a rising dollar
so that their securities, bonds, billsr
notes and all other !orms of debts
due to them shall appreciate invalue
as time roils on. The people of this
country expect thi- republican paaty
to redeem its pledges and show that
it is in earnest on this question. If
our return to the protective policy
does not bring prosperity, and the
gold unit continues to advance while
property aad labo: decline, this coun-
a go Jo tec
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,ac revolver and. all of them b.rsl rat.'
,M their cable -s vary, which is a U
'.' 'b- di icl ant:ige. I n
;.bes ought to nt ai
- me bind. They have s
.dt some dynamite gnus
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;o vote ijr a :
ir an rari-
uc." o't tc:e ha, die '.'.aaa
.;ince 1 left! would dispose of the San Donungo,
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cannons 1 Mexican, m;;cce. iq"J"L -a
VC.!d ii )
never seen. That . jnan v;i,0 Holds uch pledge 10
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. 1 ,-. ,,.r, air. and some .-.oieeo i.- m-A 1
e 'for Smokeless powder. They is a ouadroon. His mother was tee
of a smg.e
The Caucas:an wants to go on
) the eremv's
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::g no T.ay ei
th it)" ir-urgent
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It is on -
Bticking'uands i )ye for the Wilis -;rs
,s .i p-op-uiar prepejration in one
r.-. an even brown or
r.cn can easuy apply
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