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Vol. IX. No. i:o
CONCORD, N. C, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1895.
WnoiiE NO. 1,430
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. h i i hi) ji !j -I 'In! hi I I tafV'i I nofahiaied Hoc Very noo mid d;d M
J not- qx-ct to ever vote again then j ;'r4
CHEW TUB FINEST TOBACOC V!'TC!I ! '
f ilili P
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no kei'UPvLIOax u. s. s;-;;;
atops eleo n:n for
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. ,. ; c!.. ..din." ill tllO ohaul .;er
h'.-c veiv nominated Badger,
gaii;, Lh.iy .-; cod and other great utej-
! - " - -tllO -j lUlt the
greah- t ot the tl.y, 3je'n ol
. . '.)..-. ii-i u!u no - lev. i i .v
lilt ' ! U
a oread -c-ade fi eec'i la:
;.o pi v. o in u .vaina'.ioii .:
ir... . .;lio, for aNli'r, honesty and
t) He:. !
v. ; j
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noM-iuatioi, or iU.oa.
; he was Jlepuhlic
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?ec-nd Ihit'e-'.: n-:ninat!en. Mr. I
:.-r a! -. . d J ha tier's ne":'
nati- i ; d fpnVe of hi 3 bv! - -,!
- - ... .... ( ..... L
IVit;,r !'h Maic-nl-Ihatler gating
thf so1 id vote of tb Iv'm mIi.-im-
youiinalions for Senator for the
r lioTt ' i v ' ' ;i ivou p. ' d ti1-!
Mr. Forr: noaimeted J 0 Pritch
ard. Mr. (derver Eccor.ded the noud
r.atior. "M. d.:-nn hl tkrt the
Vai.ce e-.ahl not be easily tilled. He
was glad" however, to ph.ee in nji.ai
mitio.n i.-i.;.:i ore -or-.t ability, perfect
integrity aud an aggressive Demo
crat; h h hoa'ety and his ability were
m, . "; hes alh.d-d to H- e h
the ;...-i.e.;;.,:o!-i of Prilcliurd, and
also Mr. M :ody. Mr, Do-rd Paid lie
deeired to speak very briefly in
fecord.iv ( )verr'i?n,:i vo ' i
but the ''".-in." that filled hi-: Ji- evt
" r ' 1 ,
i:ir.-t c :ed bv llenry Chv: 4'1
1 4.4, t.J Lt
i:.r e pvcp!: ; vi hon n- in,
o.ij g. vi.jf r.covJtiU'cU iiisi llOiiUilatiOU.
h.rerybcdy knew he was in sympathy
"'"'' i-h ,-.r,Ci h d ahviiys i i i
1, 1 1 ' e : . - ,- . . 1 . t .
e.e..-. o .e o::,eil uie
Populist-j if ihey v. eie in favor of
h'.:.; .. ; e v ' ;:-y ei.e .-;
was in favor cf high tariff and
rid est f-ee coinngo of silver th it
he h-,d !'i'"e"d th-"; a d r,'.:Ie hyl been !
r . r, . , r-- . f r.. ,
COiUi'e ar ib to i J
"b .',:t.o feev'eded Pritch
.iu'j huL -mattrn. He wa3 willing
to confess that a wedding had been
ecrrummated betweeii the Populists
and KepHh!ic:!jl8 Applause by the
Republicans. He then proceeded
to score Wilson and Gorman and the
Democrat ic Con gi ess.
Mr. Sh if buck spoke of Democratic
party methods. It gave him pleasure
to vote for Pritchard,
Mr. McCasky said he was a Pop,
and not ashamed to vote for Pritch
Mr. Ammons also s.conded
Mr. Rice B-iid tin w ui eT Ivovi-
of M Dowd'a' speech ag the dying
vaU 01 i'co Dtmocratic uty -they
weut. dow-i c:"5iag for help.
Mr. Abril said that like Ihe :n
t)em:in ha v:u sad, but that the
1 MMoemts ;i?keJ no help from IJ;
l l i
thm rolp-'r on tl.e? felt W.i? hohl
ini up (':.'ir hands and saying,
ih'i r Yiib'ioju p-rty to an alligator
v, i;c!i Ly ia tlio sua all day with
Iiig mouth wide open thatilies, mos
uuitcea ana o:'ioi !ii.iiv-r t:-
iK) w-..":M . or;v,vl in, and with a
snap he would cloce ' irr.on thein.
i.hi on- ., th:. f ,-f.n
'.: ... :uil':io l?upuli i;j that come
.; s i. u Id tee the error of
ia-ir v. ryy,
Mr. Fowler Reeoku!e,. IVilchrd'j
. r. II ami ie'e ?aid ho vf.
I' m. ,uid x' );.; j .1 V.)r
or i i c ni
i - o ' t.;' ..;.,( fa. a?'v ii; lae
v" had m.t mAe overtures
to tl'-.) H-'i' hi iea :i3 to fuse vi(h
fevfc :;!;d 8:dd no, they hud not d(i:ie
?o, v.vnX that thrj never woald bai ter
. My ' dr I. o ior. Lond npplaus-:
ia the Si-
.Mr. Adiiinj t-eid .that he as a
i Democrat wished to av that the,
bad. nevi'r ma-Ie any overtures to the
K 'pub'iean to coalesce, but that
time and again had overtures been
j made o tb Democrat j by the Ke-
nubiicatai, tn.it thy had always
been refun d and if any one inn.de an
as3ert:or. to the corurary he threw it
back in his tooth.
Mr Wicker eaid ho yjs tired of
this fighting the campaign over "and
he deidrcd to say to the Democrat
'hat it w;i3 too late (o r ray wh. n the
devil had come.
Mr. Abell -4Doe !he - nth T:in
allude to ha? own p'arty Load
tny -an -e and laughter.
r'h-- - was then tah;.n aad
Pritch?rd received 13, Overman 1.
t .; iioi:s!: votj:s.
At noon the House voted for
:,,'unN VV lliah o'11-
U'rith th(' Perfinn 'C'd for that
term will be inducted into office
Mr, Hunter, of Mad i;. on, noir.is j
nrd -d J.hr 0 J VI lolled, eujing hid
foifi v;-s inters national. Mr.
Turner, of Miichedl, seconded, the
nonr' nation, Haying Pritchard was
the uio.st hn'U iUt; p dilhoa! tlar in
T f ., .,.,1
1 iee t j vfci iiK-a, odyii-ig no vs an
eariust mcrnhjr of of the Democratic
paiy ; a party which lias never eur-
rendered its ilag to an one, lie
--(tj''-'U t-.; itui'jui.i.iu ly ia
grep'e.ic ;tvoi forceful language. He
declared that only God's church had
endured so much abute. lie said
that the Deciocratic party had been
charged with being a mob; and In
return he declared that the Ihvpabli
c m party had no power save pas
."don and prejudice. He administer
ed a withering rebuke to Daniel L
Pusaell for the speech which the
latter made before a joint caucus in
this hall a veek ago, a speech in
which Mr. llussell went into the
grave and dug out the corpse of
shvyory ad of secession and had
Uced these in political arguments to
renco pession and prejudice. Mr.
V' D " kc o j Co. V -T ! I
UIEAMERCA. 103, CC3 C3 ' .V f-V I
.' DURHAM, N.O. U.S.A.
! fe:---"iA f: o?;-v-iri.. I
11 ty"s eu-oy cT Overm-m V7;i3 ap-plaiuh"--.
Mr. K.'h'nson, of Ancor, seconded
lie r.: ' ',- Vjnn rf 0.(-rnui:i tr:t lly
At lc.-'O Lite baiio;.h;g urga.,
Wmborne ad Lu k bcinv; t( 1! ?rj
Xext tbi' ehri;-:- of
the loe-i it.iKi vuj l)elh
of Fear:1: ho, nondieited M-'.i-iou Bat-
ie: who, he said was loved ud hated
ei no otiier man m Kortli Carode
He i-aid the hale was b; c-.n,- h. ci :
iied in iiio btC'.'i1. devotion 'o oitgi
Carolina, and he eulogized Butler
for leaving the Democratic paty,
being "impenetrable to its odra-
eia mvJ and lie dechired. there w ie
n.oole who were :d:outinrf in their
hearr.s for joy a-i Dutict'ri sue.ccc.
Pid!!ip?, Pif. tended P.at'.er'e
muni'.ai'on, leimiag hi. a a friend to
to the peopb' ; ;i m;m who high
above Lhe ;;tc--ms of Derroeradc at
tacks. Mr. Monroe nomineh d Th W
M'i.":on. ' ;o?' ' : --e c
vices to Ins party and to his Ttate,
and of ' ho principles he .cjo wethily
rep rese n ted . M r. M on roe took or c -don
to pay Senator Kensom a i ?h
coaijdmuuit and dechired that Macon
is worthy to b hi, eucccssor. Mr.
Ma'.-oa's eh:gner?ce, elegance of rr.en
rer and Itarnmg he declared
to be of the hiohiest order. Mr.
Orizzard seconded m earius'
word Maion's nomination, as
ter and private life were alike as
bright as the s'ars. He termed him
the peer of any man in 'die State.
Mr. Smith, of Gate 4, a jo seconded
the n-'irivtnatio'.i of M Jtsoa, saying h
wa ; a man who, li' e a true Democrat,
repiYeeiitr d all the people a-;T w6
true "reformer not one of theft
"reformers'1 who have joined hands
with the party which has brought
about the verv evils sg.iin3t which
they professed to rebel. He caused
laughter and jolus? by ootin
'v:crioture to the PoT)uj'st?. ".vino:
"Be ye not yoked together with uns
The vote wis Putler GO M-iton 41.
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J. Y. Fitzgerald.
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