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SALISETJRY, N. C. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1890.
E! SEE! BUY!
m w r -r ar - ar a
- - - w
Furniture Dealer and Undertaker
the Largest and Best Assorted Stock of Furni
tui e ever brought to this jl ace.
Mohair Crush Plush at C0.00. Fornir
Silk Plush nt $50.00. Former price,
Wool Plush lit $35.00. Foiiucr price,
PI A NOS AX I ) ORG AN8.
W ilcox and White Organs anl Dcchcr
r.ros , Chickerhi" & Sons and Whielock
RED ROOM SUITS!
Antique Oak, Antique Ashe, Cherry ami
Walnut at prices that defy competition.
A LAKGE STOCK
Of Chair?, Safts, Mnttrc-FFi of nil Kind?,
Spring Reds, Work Tables- lot Ladies,
Pietures-and Piture Frames of every stl
nnd quality ahvays in stock, or will be
made to order on short notice at reason
RARY CARRIAGES !
A large stock of Raby Carnages with
wire wheels at $7.50.
Silk Plush Seat and Satin Parasol Car
riages with wire wheels at only $t6.50.
Formerly sold for $22.50.
UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT !
Spieial attention given to undertaking
in all its branchest all hours day and
Paities wishing JMV services at night will
call at my residence on Rank street, in
Thanking my' friends and the public
generally for past patronage and asking a
continuance of the same, I am,
Yours anxious to olease,
Gr. W. WRIGHT,
Leading Furniture Dealer.
m I " - m
if This space Mongs to VI
; W-H. REISNER.
Va it n ex t
Work and Win.
The sweetest cherries, mind you, lad,
Grow highest on the tree;
And won Id yow win the fairest fruit,
One thing I'll say to theJe;
It falls not sit the ( licking guy
Of an idler's pelt f '
You'll have to climb the rugged tree,
And gather for yourself.
'Tis vain to wait the fruit to fall,
Or pelt the tree with stones
You'l have to struggle bravely up,
And risk some broken bones
You only waste your time below,
- And get indifferent-pay
If you would reach the ripest fruit,
Just throw your fcars away.
'Tis so with everything in life
That's worth the owning, lad
With learning, wealth, and character
1 he best the good and great have had
They come not at the nod or beck
Of any idle hand '
'Tis only those who bravely toil
May have them at command.
If, then, you want the ripest fruit,
Just' labor till you win:
Rut mind thco, boy, while up you climb,
Keen heart and hand from sin;
The best and, grandest guerdon, lad,
1 1 bought with wicked wage,
No peaec and comfort yields at last,
Rut curses on your age.
Christ t an Observer.
Gov. Gordon 8 apeecn. American people exerted at the ballot- to ask is that your representative shall I A Ra 'ieal DeauuToztc.
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finv Om-dmi vnc iiivihd tn anniilr in ' lo win in such a conilict great battle tor great principles and secure it ttMrnh CfcwhJp. - -.-
the State Farmers' Alliance of Georgia! wisdom, great preparation and great by the best possible measure the com- There was a pfdiferouv Radical
at its session in Atlanta last week. A power win ik; required, -i mm wisdom ot all can constitute, demagogue in the last State Senate
urge crowd greeted him nnf enthus
iastically applauded his eloquent and
i .arncst speech. We give the following
account of tiis speech, which we know
will interest all readers of this paper,.
It is compiled from the Atlanta Const i-
"Mr. President," said he, "my fellow
countrymen of the Farmers' Alliance,
brother democrats: What a saluta
tion! How comprehensive, how sug
gestive. Alliance men democrats.
Two armies with a single flag, or.
rather, one great army acting in a dual
capacity, and yet holding the unity of
faith. No mau ever addressed an
audience under more., noteworthy
circumstances. Here is a great organ
ization a gif.nt at its birth in almost
indisputed control of the machinery of
the venerable and powerful democratic
party; yet yielding that machinery, in
conformity to democratic usage; wag
ing its special war fare within the
democratic lines; marshalling its forces
beneath the democratic fl:ig, and bat
tliug as democratic veterns with ances
tral democratic faith for cardinal dem
No wonder the district observer
sjieculates as to I he future and enemies
of democratic principles indulge delu
sive hopes. But no w ilder political pror
Laugh and Grow Fat.
Mary: "Stop your flatteries, or
shall hold mv hands to mv ears
John, wishing to be complimentary: hecy was ever uttered, no more reck le
"Ah, your lovely hands are too small. I partisan assertion was ever made, no
. , . ... I more groundless libel was ever penned
oo ciiu-we una reiuu y u r "c,., .,,,- true and ova democrats than
a thoughtless xi, ..i. .,...,..,i.lf,i i, n. ...... ..u;,..,..
. . I I Mill. Ill (III! Ill " 111 l.ll I I I bill; I L 1111 i III M II
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Senator from New Hampshire, that the
And this brings
ii.i r . t lin I 1 ,1 MA MA... .-. - - - ..a X 1 1 . 1 ft .
mic to iin- x-oiim an' Mm ton ni to secure vuur irrrni le-iwno mat e niinx.- t vrv nonet. a
proposition, which is, that success is forms by saying to the friends of tho4 l and disgusting to the Senators and
possible, and may Ihj assured if your I reforms, wo do not want vour farm Ittin TinrttMnri lot Uim iiimMl ., t- j
efforts are wisely directed and ciuirage- 1 unless you agree with the exact pro- Joy the prsi4tnt employment of tlio
ou iy niaue, gramme we nave-lam down . Are you art: of the demrurogue. Hu name w: a
The first essential of success is, of going to recruit a great aimy from nil 1 1 C. Thomas, of the count v of David-
couive, organization complete and this coi ti. tent by requirirg that every j son, and if a good county was shatm
compact in diameter and national in I soldier in your ranks shall measure full v misrepresented it was bv th's
extent. I exactly six feet two inches bv the yard dcin.vrocrue. He was not "hnf
ni " " '-iti
stick kua weigh exactly pounds, during the entire session until the dis-
no more no less.'' Is that generalship. Icussion of the railrond ( '..mnoi,,,
a - ----- - --1 1 -1
Arc von to
OROAXIZATIOK IS ESSENTIAL.
.1 rejoice at our organization. Fif-i
tem years ago, in the cily of Griffin, I
stood in the hall where had assembled
SHUT TIIE GATE OF IIKAYEN
He made a sjieech against the estab
lishment of a commission, using alt
h i hackneyed and stereotyped argu
ments which are urged against the
projiosed law. and attempted to ridicule
But organization alone is not suf
ficieut. It, is essential and potential;
but to make it effective in tne great
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the agricultual society ot the otate, 1 against every man who does not go
and warned my brethern of the an-I thought one particular churl:? (Jhrtt
nrcacliing conflict between protected I through that all were His follwers who rtll(i ..... little f t.ho rc,,mnia tu
'i i xi i -i i i i I i ii n:. . a. n u.. I. . . . . .f""--'
pi nu.-gi- onm one mm ann iiic petv wiirrri in nun us uw uruciiKii it- had iieenuiadc by those in favor ofUUe
pie on iue otuer, ami oesougni. to or-1 iiwiiiit. nu iimkci wir van giv.ii,
ganize that vast Ixnly of freemen, the J army of the cross was devotion to the
tillers of the soil, into a closer brother- fercat principle, He was tested on that
hood to meet the impending and in-1 very point, you remember. Un one
occasion John said to him: Master,
this man casteh out the devils in thy
name, and we forbade him because he
folio wet h iKt with ns.v What was
coining conflict, uotn- oraan hat ion must Christ's reply? This God-man. of all
remain one of f he mighty corps of the wisdom, rebuked John and commanded Raleigh daily six or eight years ago
great democratic (Xt tg. Your hosts that he be Jet alone, saying: "He that I iltl liegan to rend a speech published
must move on in the concert tnth the
i i ' t . ir i iii
(lemocrauc hosts, ioiir lines stretch
from sea to ccn,with a white banners of
measure. Hi' was allowinl plenty of
rope, and nis is customary, when small
demagogues are allowed full liberty,
he showed up his inconsistency so
clearly that he will not be able sigaiii
to deceive the people,
After Mr. Thomas had spoken as
long as he desired, the fun began.
O x T r i i .i
otMiuior ufiranu procureu a nie ot a
I wouldn't care. Shes
thing.and doesn't know her own mind.'
"That's so? O well if she doesn't
know her mind, perhaps I ought not
to mind her no.
perce, of concord and sectional fratern
ity and of equal rights floating above
you, rallying to your standard eyery
veteran of reform and every raw re-
cruit who will swell the colli m; tramp
ing under vour feet all needless issues
ind uunor differences; burying all per
An old, well posted goat, who was
kept ly a secret society for use in ini
tiations, was chewing a leg of a boot
when a young kid came along and
asked, "Say, don't it make you awful
tired to have those duffers m the lodge
ride you so much?" "No, not' much.
You see, I get used to it by degrees."
Farmers' alliance movement would
.strengthen the republican party in
these Southern States. That the
Farmers' Alliance movement,
sonalantagonisms,and moving shoulder, looking only to the success of the cause. I Senator Thomas showed great con fu
to shoulder, with proud and steady - I sion at being made to swallow his own
meiu, to overwhelming victory.
WILL STRENGTHEN TIIE
Lulu, who has been very ill, and
sudden Iv awakens. "Am I in heaven,
mama? Mother: ino, near; we are
still with you."
. Mother, to Bobbv: "I'm
hear that Willie WaVes whipped the'
poor cat, Hobby. My little boy would
not do such a thing." Hobby, with
copscious superiority: "No indeed,
" r it i. tin i-i ix x
ma. Mouier: vv nv awn o you stun
him bobby?" Hobby: "I couldn't ma;
I was holding the cat."
in the Northwestern States is un
doubtedly true. It cannot be other
wise; and at the South there is not a
genuine democratic doctrine that you do
not embrace; there is not a democratic
tradition that you do not cherish; there
is not a democratic policy that you do
More significant still, yon de
nounce as hostile to interests the re-
sorry to I publican doctrines of a high protective
tariff; the republican policy of contrac
tion of the currency and of an iron
bound and unjust financial system;
and you proclaim your hostility to
Federal interference with the ireedont
of elections and the tendency to con
.tlidated government and the (li st rue-
tion of State independence as utt rly
Teacher: "Johnny, give me the repitgnated to the fundamental, princi
ii i x r i: i I i . -i.:a. n i.i:.. .'..1.
name of the largest known diamond
Johnny: "The aCe'
"Who is your warmest friend?"
asked the teacher. "My mother!"
1 lL. I l.V.. Xl.
yetieu one or me oovs. i our uioi ti
er?" "Yes, she warms me every day."
The teacher has given up her mis
"Whv are von so late?" asked a
school teacher of a little girl, who
i des on which this republic was estab-
Democratic Alliancemen of Georgi;
sbinding in vour oresence.imbued with
the deep conviction of your unpurchas
able loyalty, 1.
HURL BACK T II E UNWORTHY ACCUSATION
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is iiol agamsii us is us. in it strongly advocating a Uailwav
So I would say to you my fnelu s. Commission. After reading a short
We shall need the votes and the sym- tnne w r Senator Thomas if he
pathy and the aid of all sections, all m ,ear(i 0f thatpcech Jjefore. Tha
classes, all professions who agree as to truth dawned on the Davidson dema
gogue that Senator LcGrand wa? read
ing a speech that he (Thomas) had
made when a member of 'the Senate
some years ago. The Senate applaud
ed, the galleries smiled audibly, and
the great end
Let us unite and lift this great
lie I I
cause or governmental reiorm nign
above all petty jealousies and minor
VH ' - ' I I I ! x !
diuerences or personal urn unions,
and proclaim your unconquerable fi
delity to our ancestral faiths viz:
Equal and exact justice to alt; special
privileges to none; the lowest taxation
Another essential is wise counsellors
nul consertatiye leadership. The most
ighteons cause may be weakened or
endangered by unwise and inconsiderate
iction. I lie bravest battalions, when
worry led, may rush on to certain de
feat, lhe holiest ambitions ot the
human soul, when misdirected, may
lead to disaster and to human woe.
Unbridled liberty is often transmitted
into reckless and unholv liscense.
My friends of the Farmers' Alliance,
my brother democrats, there never has
been a period in the history ot this
American republic, since it was lunched
on its career of power and glory, when
the highest order ot statemanship was
nxM'e in demand, lhe battle before
you, remember, is the battle protected
privilege against the rights of the peo
ple. In the halls of Congress and the
national legislature it is to be a wrestle
of giants, it will be witnessed by the
whole American people. You
mustbe prepared for the contest. You
need, to call to your assistance the great
intellects from every State and section
of the Union, men seft-poised and pru
dent, who cannot be shook from their
balance in the fury of debate; men
whose souls are on lire with a sense of
your wrongs; men wnose voices win ne
heard, whose intluence will be felt by
the whole American people.
sion at being made to swallow his own
words, and at being thrown up to the
world as a turncoat. Senator LeGrnnd
had him on the rack, and gave him as
severe a rubbing by reading and ap
plying his arguments as we have seen
a man receive. He twisted and turn-
Phoenix's Oil Find.
Some weeks ago the attention of J.
J. Phoenix, of t(iis city, was called by
a ditcher employed on his farm near
town to the fact that the water in the
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ditch was covered with oil and swelled b ineu w answer, uuf every worn no
of keroseue. Knowing something of uttered only served to slnrw all tho
the Pennsylvania oil region, Mr. more his duplicity and ins unworthi
Phoenix began a quiet investigation s to represent a consistent and hon
and last week began to sink a shaft. est constituency. It was n scene long
When he got a few feet below the to be remembered and one that Sen
surface, he struck oil indications, which ar Thomas ought never to be allow
have grown stronger with the depth of 1 to forget. .
the shaft. nuwue w mu uuove inciuent. mi-
He wrote to an uncle in Pittsburg, y becatwe we have seen a circular is
Pa , Mr. J. F. Brower, who is familiar sued by Mr. Thomas in which he saya
with the oil wells and the oil region of that "at the rwmest' of his "friends
Pennsylvania, and he cane on. After ir IMrw or uie tin iongression. I
a through examination of his nephew's
farm and the adjoining lands, he ad
vised him to continue prospecting.
The matter was kept a secret until
last Monday, having secured options
on land he wanted adjoining his place,
Mr. Phoenix let. the matter become
district lie mis decided to aitnoui co
himself an "Independent, ItopubJicnt ,
Alliance and Industrial Union candi
date for Congress." Ho refere to the
demands of the Alliance and says l.o
"heartily endorses these resolutioi a
a1 id demands." He attacks Hon. Join
hung her head and said, "We have got I consistent with an economical admin
a little loy at our house." "Don t let titration; a just and liberal system of
it haniien again," said the teacher stanle-currencv at the least possible
fiercely. And the little girl said she cost to the masses and finally the sup-
would not, and took her seat. port of the State of the federal govern
ment in all their respective constitu-
Mistress, to cook: "Why, Hndget, I tionwl powers,
what in the world are you doing?" With your permission I propose
Bridget: "ar.nre it s tne uocnter inor. )rjenv to discuss two propositions
tould me Oi must take oiron fcr me wxttl seems to me worthy of your
blood, an Oi'm tryin' to melt down the t serious consideration.
poker, bad cess to it! Mistress: Hut rjnjie js that the obstacles in the
gracious, Hndget, you can t drink hot. iVilv Qr VOur success are very formidable.
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known, and hundreds have daily gone' Henderson and Senator Vance, cal,
out to the well. " lUt'm Hmn, and trying U.
moug those who visited the place tr up the prejudices of the people
was Mr. J. J. Thornton, for many against them. All this is mean enough
years a dealer in Oil in the Pittsburg, Pa., but it goes on to praise Hon. A. Leuz
oilexchamge. Mr. Tboriitoh not only cr, (who was Mr. Hendersons opp,
examined the shaft and the earth, oil nent for the uominatiytogive SMiwt
and water drawn from it, but he made account of the services he reuderfeil tl e
i . i: l 4 1... .....l neooh in the leirislature. and winds un
a critical exaiuiuauuii m m x.um .im r i - - -------- -- - i
the lands surrounding it, and it is his with the assertion that the tricky -fi,..f
lb.. winfF i loenfed iii the liticians euchered Mr. Leazer out of
O Mllll'll tlHtW hi., ... ---
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iiielttnl iron!' H
leave it till it cools."
Ui II I ''rift
X 1 1 v- iivvvuu -
secured if your efforts be wisely directed
Husband, who has advertised for a
typewriter expert; "Did many call to
day, my dear, in answer to the adver
tisement?'' Wife: "Yes, quite a num
ber; but there was-only one applicant
whom I told to call again. He seems
verv bright andTm sure you will like
him " Husband: "What was the
trouble with the rest?" Wife: "They
were all young women."
"Here, waiter, here is a quarter for
you. And just tell me now what you
can conscientiously recommend
me." Waiter: "Thanks. If you
want anything good, sir, go to some
He: "After all, there isn't so much
difference between man and the brute
creation. She: "JNo; only the brutes
don't smoke, chew tobacco, get drunk,
smoke, and dispense profanity and um
The subject for conversation at an
evening entertainment was the intelli
gence of animals, particularly dogs.
Said Smith: "There are dogs that have
ot more sense than their masters.
Just so," responded young Jones:
"I've got that kind of a dog myself."
Owner of race -horse, looking close
ly at scales: "Williams, you are a
trifle over weight. Can't you lighten
yourself a little?" Williams, the jock
ev: "Got on my ligtest suit, sir. Ain't
ctt a bite to-day, and ave just trimmed
my finger-nails. Owner: "Well, go
and get shaved."
Montreal lady, to American finan
cier: "Do you not find our Canadian
clim ite rather cold, Mr. Hoodlei ?"
American financier: "O. not all; it
sKrrees with me. 1 left New York be-
and courageously made.
AS TO THE OBSTACLES.
First, then, as to the obstacles: I might
enumerate many, but 1 shall present
but one. That one, however, rises as
I complete it to Alpaline heights across
i-mir'nathwnv and casts its sombre
shadows over the whole line of youi
Thut obstacle is the almost resistless
influence of concentrated money, com
Lined with the uisrintic power ot tariff-
to I nrotected and tariff-enriched corpora
I . - . i
iiiriw. YV iv does tnis power resist
vou? Because if you succeed,
nnce of m ney Will ctuninisii, and me
price of property ind of productions
willnece-sarily advaVce.Jlf you succeed,
the tariff will be lowered and the pronto
of nrateeted cornoi ations would I c less
ened, while ouc-lrolits would be cor
..-ior.ii.il inrlv increased. tlence tlH
conflict, and I warn you not tonuulei
Mm ite the strength ot your adversary
It is a 'reat p wer, trmclied belnm
hi'di-tar-ff breastworks, wlncli an
mounted by the heaviest guns and
.mm-inded bv the most consumate
skill, and this power has successiuiiy
rtsisted in the pat all the efforts ai
reform made by the undisciplined and
half-organiy.ed masses of the people.
What matters it that y ur case is
. . . i
just? What matters it that tlie laws
which have mad; possioie so manning
a condition are unjust? You can
neither change the laws nor redress
EXCEPT THROUGH CONGRESSIONAL LEG
ISLATION. You canuot secure the legislation
till you obtain the majority in both
f (.onirress and elect a
ENLIST ALL SECTIONS.
Another essential is the enlisting
this cause all sections, all classes,
professions of the American people.
who agree with us, to the great princi
ples which we seek to establish. We
shall need them all. There is not one
of those principles that can be carried
o success without the co-operation of
all the friends who agree on the gen
As for myself I am not sure that I
shall be permitted to tight under the
flag of financial reform, although lor
over sixteen years I have been carrying
its banners and defending every princi
ple which you now advocate.
If my devotion to these principles
for sixtern years or more do not entitle
me to your confidence, then nothing
will. While I sun in the fullest sym-.
pathy with the great object in view,
I wish to say in all candor that.
CANNOT ENDORSE THE SPECFIC SUB
because I do not believe even it it
could be passed that it would bring the
relief you seek, lhe endorsement of
i ' u-li'if .'ui nmwl
SIH'CUC Ulll JiJU " nut j
You need first to win the victory for
reform by general agitation on all lines,
and then when the general battle is
won let all the combined wisdom
of all the friends ot tho cause be
called into requisition for perfecting
the best measure for the purpose, r or all
these great principles, I shall continue
to do battle in the future as in the past;
but 1 should le untrue to you if I did
not tell you, frankly, that if you insist
1 ' . ...... x. .. nt .11. t l'IIM
on denouncing eveij man i--
enemy who will not endorse a specfic
bill, drive from vour ranks many earn
est friends and ever your brethern of
Missouri who refuse to endorse it, lo-;s
of power will come to your organiza
tion. You cannot afford to pin your
destinies to any one programme or cast
all younfuture in any one sjiectic boat,
which may be engulfed and lost. I
did not ;isk your representative t
endorse a plan for increasing tie-
hich I might think without
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a flaw, because you might find
was mistaken. This question
auce is the
middle of a break in the granite forma
tion of n mile in width. He says the oil
found is what is known as "white sand
petroleume," the most valuable mineral
oil found, and that the formation in
which the shaft has been sunk, is
identical with that found in the Penn
sylvania oil regions.
The farm on which the oil is found
comprises thirty-two acres and is about
nf the citv. The
' i . .i-l : . i:i.i.. tl..tir ft .Wn mid I fanner. We have talked
SliaiL IS llbHC ""'"-.I '"'"M I . I .1 I
n.-,..,t.,,.:,w,. from it. has oil floating Leazer about the circular
.... i urkilo Hi.. .virHi t:iken from the justly indignant at
1 ... . ' i . . i . i I h.vi t.i- Ilia liaiilA Ltr l i- 'V 1 i . t . . i . i ...i.i
I .tiff tiir iri'.l WITH I hot: in mo ii-iii .ut. innni.i-, uihi-
the nomination or words to that e
fi?ct. We have not the circular by us -but
the above is the gist of it.
We say that the complimentary a'
tusion to Mr. Leazer is the meanest
part of the circular because the idea
sought to be conveyed is that Mr.
Leazer and his friends are disgruntled,
and that Mr. Leazer failed of the nom
ination because he is a farmer and a
known defender of the rights of tho
and he is
bottom of the shaft is
it and the odor of it pervades the
Phoenix has struck oil, there is no
doubt of that, but the quantity is as yet,
a problem, but one which is to be solved.
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To I hat end he proposes continuing
v . - - . p
the specious argument made by Mr.
Thomas based upon his defeat. Tho
Chronicle knows and the people of
North Carolina hnow that Mr. Lea
zer is an honorable gentleman and a
Democrat "of the straigh test sect," and
of the shaft until he reaches no words of the Davidson county dem-
e are authorized by
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present and the reports of the Chemists air. -x-azer lo uea.ouncu nic r.aru ami
to whom he has submitted samples for tof repudiate every attempt made in it
favorable, he will take openiy or coveruy io nww itiai ue or
I 1. .. ..; ..1-.mr
a depth of fifty or sixty feet, . if the agogue can add to
show of oil continues as strong as at of Ins services N
The excitiment over the fniding of
oil on the Phoenix farm hasreviewed
memories of the search after oil made
in this section some years ago. In
1807 a derrick was erected near the
Suaratown mountains in the, vicinity
of Madison and boring was Ix'gun. A
well was sunk to the debt of W0 feet,
with good prospects, when the drill
broke off, necessitating a new well or
the abandonment of the work, and the
company decided to abandon it. -
In "So or '87 an effort was nade to
find oil near Uermauton, but it, too,
his friends have any feeling of disap
pointment or would even allow such
a statement to go uncorrected. Mr.
Leazer lefT Raleigh 'before the State
Convention to make a speech in a
to.vnship in which every Democratic
vote was cast for him for the Con
gressional nomination. He will speak
frequently throughout the district and
urge every democrat to give their en
tire supjiort to Mr. Henderson whose
ability and whose integrity entitle him
not only to the support but the Confi
dence and estet:iii of all Democrat .
He dosn't expect Republican supjiort
unless the Republican who votes for
him is opposed to the Force bill; op
posed to the free coinage of silver, tuA
to a reduction of taxation. Hon. J.
S. Henderson will lie "re-elected by 4111
increased majority if all the Deinocrais
in the district are as earnest in Ms
You cannot accomplislithissavf.
of ii ii-
MOST ABTRUSE AX!)
of all the problems ufTiuiiian govern
...... .t ,.n,l von n.id and all vou ought
Should Puoeuix find a flowing pe
trolum well on his farm, this entire
.State would enter uM)!i a new era of
wealth and prosperity.
fi'i ....!.! i.i'iiVMrv of oil here
i4-.L.j ..t....;i tl.ron.rboiit. the suiiiKrt as Hon. Augustus Leader
u as a.i'f .ii ' -- ,7i ... .n ; ,:n
T.ie rittsburg (fa.) His-1 as.iwuii; wi " "
a m m III 1 l A II.........1..A-1 .mi lMiMkft i t.
luMfthe writer Monday I mice wic auiuhuciiicii mean uiuto
.11 I--,. L..r. hI-Mmoo i .iini i I ft. . 1 1 1 1 t. r i f 1
thous.ii l words ot particulars, i ; no iwu " ,
oil experts I josc aiwui. uvo scwhus w icjhiui.u':
. . ii ,.;,;t h. VhiH-nix nlace in the next him, and to dispise ins prcicmieu sup
few ,hiy.-Sontlum Democrat. port of their principle He is a nice
oort when he spoke against and voted
... - . . L i. .. I . . . .1
I) voti lelieve in tl e sugar trusi. r Incnunst a railroad commission -tne
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paiuu m m-i'M'
and it is I k ly that many
' Not much,
I sell all my groceries J only measure U at the Alliance asked
the last .Legislature to enact.
cause it was too warm for me there
the power of the wnole
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