I .... . m T 1
' - I Twb nri fiabtoW who w tout Tlw Lhaw ot commerce 01 luen-
flornlinfl. WaiCLIli.au , fit were arrested in mond, Vn., b;us ilecided to tun a con
v - 1 O ft - . . 1 . . .X. .. . i. ., .,.,.1 fnvmAisi ti !..... Ii.ii l7 niirii vjn. n r ftmri1?l4
London oh Honda and put nner tcbwob oi ukiuum , iivw- i u-t.
bonds to keep 'the peace. This is meet in tne cuy some u me m flww-'iBrowwtwwwrj hmhj; wuw.ic w
nmihiiu wonderful for J.onao wer w ,.,w-..w".v.. r 1 1 ?. T 7 V . .
O - . .. I ., IT It ,j 1 - .1 I . I ,( , no
...u:.. ,.. Un known as th , railway service ox rw - wiwiwiwre miri w n " u
nmuiii.i; rr..- - , . - , . . .
DOSeu TO try anu agree iiuuii j.n, acta-i in me nr? punac jrc tiiv n
. . I a, . . . . '-- 1
hires of a bill to be presented to the vou are an intelligent republican apd
r - f f Rnleiirh inmJ..tnri. ni!ikinr muv charges iii not an office holder. Tnere are som?
rnr, vwih f ' 9 " i 'ry f . ' i -
, 1 iL.. C.. I . 1 1 la I. ,1,.
kM lMen e ected liranu sire ot uie the raiiroau laws.
iTuilSDAY, SEPT. 25, 18U0.
Tuj j- a little talk we are goin
It was also decided 1 good men anion these last but, just
a. j t j 1 .iaaMaiawfr Or-1 a i a la..ti- ara urol I ktinwn f :irtnpr 1 litweeii On lel ves. t heir Doli tics is too
ereijfii uranu xjioc j.nwf !im. w- w ciw v - - -r .- - - , r
ForU. S. Sente,
ZEBULON B. VANCR
a r . . . - . . .
Odd Fellows; Tne election euci, county an Honorary memueoi pfwiwtwofmi, voo ucn nwonn ic.r-
ranspired at Topeka, Kansiis, last week, the chamljer, in ornjer to increase the nne, to lie of a kind to be considered in
Mr. fcusbee will be tendered a Han.- usefulness of that organisation, 1 Urs meeting, w itn you HuiuerenT, you
quet at Raleigh, on the 80th ipst. ..' are a republicam as a matter or prmci-
; 1 jn., m HI ii mil irsive llie ireasiiry pie, ijeutiusse u utuu vc uim nir nvin
rru- ql.i (.miCaii of Democratic U a i . AVUr PrMnv. of tbe republican party means the
lilt; Jitiic vi'ii - nen.lrilllcll t l liliic inniua ""v ' 1 i p ,i 1
. . a ttA aep . .. . a :a . .. hrreatestgood for the greatest number,
FoiiSuprcmc Court nstiff,
A. F- MKHUIM451
BFor Associ.it c Justicp,
7th Congressional District
Ft rCon gross,
JOHN S. HENDERSON,
Senator Vance is
8th Judicial District
R. F. ARMFIELP,
BENJAMIN F. LONJO,
Of Iredell., .
County Democratic Ticket-
For the Senate,
For House of Representatives,
S. A. EARNHARDT.
JAMES M. MONROE.
For Clerk Superior Court,
W. O. WATSON.
For Register of Deeds, -
II. N. WOODSON.
fFor County Treasurer,
J, SAM'L MfCUBBlNS.
B. 0. Aiiky.
D. A. AT WELL. .
For Cotton Weigher,
.... a o ,i;i, .... r-' -i a greatest goou ior me reaieat numuei
dote is ill session at ftue.gh to- of lts havlIlg , e.it. red into a KKTor the State
i Ti. ui.lq f.A to nriiHr . i i :ai. i Mo i.... - s . ,i
uav. i ue uicrrnnai limited winners mo wim u iu a '"it.wm:iv wjumw limits auoui ine
- .i i 1 wr-j
by Julian Carr. (Jot. owle maae tne y0rk speculators, and Saturday bena- aimocratic ;p;irty you do riot like,
welcoming speech which was respona- . CoekreU re-opened the same though you are torcea 10 coiuess, as
fid to by B. A. Hackett of vvimes. j fe eimirks becting to yo . co..n ,u . "TTL
the consideration of Senator bl.ei- ? . Jh , . fh!It most of the
man's bill to reduce the amount of men vwu n;ive e highest regard for
bonds required of National banks. Mr. in Asheyille or North Cjirolina gener-
Cockrell said that he proposed when ally are democrat,
ili ,m Li offer an Now we take it for grunted further
fcU,S u... -r. - , that you are living in to-day not in
unienumeni i-etjiiiiiu un ivh-..
Of all bond circulation, and th.e sub
sLituiion of Treasury notes the best
paper currency that any country ever
had. "That will take," he continued,
'the contral of our finances out of the
i . LLIiaii .in.l mrtimnnlv
ir l ;..a l.,r.H .. Hiiima in u r
Benato r Y.r Wh.it lms Wn seen within the last
joint resolnhon d.rect.ng tbe See re- e
taryoftheTa-asnryto mh. Wr J' The Secretary of the
000,000 ounces of ver bnlhun ,th.n tl.eeon" y y
thirtv days n American markets at a ireasur nw vr
" enot to exceed M 20 rr ounce, speculators in stock. nd n,m ,n New
I . v,v,.U i nv nut everv dollar of cash
tbe bullion to coined at once ana - -v - . .
surplus in uie inswurj j
save them and their imaginary ptofits
The bill sh ntting the loiteries and
newspajwrs which print lottery adver
tisements out of the mails, is now a
law. There are lots of runiors about
what the lottery people intend doing
po test the constitutionality of the
new law, but they all lack continua
Shall the Southern 8tate3 B?cm3
Pro7ine j .
Speaker Reed i the exponent of Re
pnblicau 'thought and aspirations.
When this Busy mill uog recenuv
went in '.ectioneeriiig in his Ctmgres
sional District in Maine and exclaimed
to his Portland hearers: " Whes the
Republican party first faltered kt
ITS GREAT DUTY OF PRESERVING LIBERTY
AND EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW FOR
all ciriCENS of the United btates a
Republican House of Representatives
has been rare he not only maae an
historical illusion but he tore away the
veil which thinly hides the dark, deep
and unlawful deed of his party
His historical illusion w;is to the defeat
of Ben Butlers force bill in the House
of Representatives in 1874-1875. Our
readers will recall thegallant services
of Chief Justice Merrimon in compas
sing the death of that h igh nnuded
Reed attributes all the subsequent
defeats of his uartv to the fact that
Ben Butlers force bill failed of pas
sain?, and he and President Harrison
have given it cut that the Lodge elec
lion bill must 'and shall become the
Who tbstt knows the hypocntici
held as current money.
cant and cunning of little Harrison
Three centipedes have beep found
.bis summer in Monroe, and the ques
tion is how did they get there.
A Boston boot manufacturer has
rro nested Reuresentative Kiluore to
allow hiui to name a nev production
socially intended for Texas trade, uThe
At a meeting of the Hichmond, VaJi" -peculation and gamblin
eitv council Tuesday night, a resolu
a... ;,, t, i( ninvu nit' for tak- Q..-iL-r Utni has been so paui
11UII IVilO IIM IUUMH." " ' O '-..-. r '
imr a new census of Richmond by the beaten at his own game by the aleiuo
nffippm. The matter was refen-rr ,-:! Is of the House that he (offered
'WliV V, . w
edtothecoin.mitt.ee on police. It is through one of his minions to agrce
claimed that as many as 20.000 per- that uo more democrats should be tin-
hud been di:w in the late seated at this session it llie aemocr.ua
would slay in their scats to make a
quorum. It is unnecessary to say that
Tim Washington Navy Yard is being! the offer was rejected the democrats
worked for all it is worth just now, to 1 will made no bnrgain with lietd.
help the Republicans in contiguous The offer was not made until the
Concessional districts. Secretary Speaker found out that he could not
Tracy must have been joking when force the democrats to stay in the
he sajd that politics should not enter House not even by locking them up
navy yards. Politics may not be en- un(j Representative Kilgore had set an
teiing the Washington Yard, but dem- exanipje by kicking op,eu a locked
ocrats ure being pushed out to make door that every democrat in the House
room for Republicans at quite a lively Wii8 prepared to follow if it became
rate. necessary to do so to get out ot te
chnmhor. A number of republican
m. I a
The cotton receipts at Raleigh, . jpretatives are in hearty svmpath)
UM it is said will be the greatest on with the democratic efforts to prevent
A resolution has been offered in the
House asking for in formation relative
to the killing of Genen! Barrundia by
the Gautenralan . authorities on an
t ic unseating of
two legally elected
record in September. Ihere ts no
. . . . i i
doubt that nearly tne wnoie crop in aemocrats hi favor of two negro
that section will be open by the ena teslunts but they lack the courage, of
pt the montn, ana me main irouoie their colleague, MrT Cheadle, of lndi
will be to secure enough hands to pick whQ mUfle a strongspecch beggioj
it, Though there are no complaints metnbera of hi9 p.irty not to at
of a scarcity of labor, yet there is not . tocommjt tbis outrage, simply
enough of it ti keep up witn a crop so . nminritv of the elections
The wife of Gen. Freemont s said
to be in very needy circumstances an,d
it is propose4 to have the California
Pioneers form a fund, the interest rpf
which will maintain Mrs. preeniont.
It i ssaid that there is room for just
pne hundred iuore great meu in yyest
minister Abbev. AniiLis interesting
to speculate what England will do with
her dead worthies when the old abbey
io f ull.
Policeman Henry Hennerman; of
Louisville, took a pap on his front
porch. While he was thus enjoying
himself a thief caine in at the front
gate aud stole the officers hat. Such
au out race filled Policeman Hen tier-
committee had reported in favor of the
negroes. The negroes will never be
seated nutil the republicans get a
man with wrath. He provided himself
... . . . i 1 1 j
with a pistol and again sit uown upon amitht?ril .houses, and draw
.nc pvic.., F.m....B uKv.. , a ael)OS,f and pay
I ft -
If the farmers succeed in the pru
dent negotiation with English capital
ists, whereby they are enabled to de
2.000.000 bales of cotton in
the mouldy past and that you real
rze that th promise ot gorU tor tne
future of any. party must be grounded
on its legislation of the last tew years
- i , ,i --
as anulied to the problem's tSiat con
front us at the present time. You
may be very proud of the record of
your party of twenty years, more or
less, back, but we shall both agree that
itciin help us mighty little in deciding
questions of to-day, questions thnt are
not matters of ancient history, sealed,
signed and delivered, but that come
home to every man of us at the present
Having got this far with very little
difference of opinion, let us take a step
forward and ask which party, judging
by the way they stand on matters of
immediate concern as shown by recent
legislation or attempts at legislation,
promises most lor the future; what
nai-lv will in :i probability give us
the least uovemuient (consistent ot
ourse with complete protection l;
which will least interfere witji our pri
vate aifaiis: take the least of ,onr mon
ey in the form of taxation; return to
is the greatest measure ot prosperity;
uul present, at the same time a usptc-
table appearance in the eyes 'of the
world. When we have answered these
questions we shall be pretty well on
towards tlie end of this meeting ana
be prepared to vote according to con
When Cleveland was elected, you
lepubliia .s found a k iul of w.c.ieil sat-
.. . . m l
ifactiou in inedicting that untler a
democratic at ministration things would
go to eternal smash. You were sorry,
nF piiiii-si'fTiTit -viiii kmd v threw the
. , - ; j
couiitrv as ii dead weight out of voui
Hands and stood back to see the henv-1
ens roll together as a scroll, the hu
map family fall c.ff one by one, and,
anvwav. tlie business of the United
States as completely wrecked as though
it were a small black spider under
No. 12 foot. The treasury was to be
plundered!; :tll the public offices were to
he demoralized by tilling them install
ter with-us ignorant democrats, actual
free trade was to be introduced at once,
the public credit was to be destroyed, wa
ges were to go down and prices of staples
up, and altogether things were going
in be iii.aiaeltv bad wav. You re
member all these dire prophecies, don't
you, silly as they sound now?
All of these things were predicted,
btjt you must confess now that Cleve
land's administration was" at least an
average one, and when it was-coireluded
-WILL BE FOUND
THE HANDSOMEST ASSORTMENT OF
AND WINTER GOODS
IN SALilbDU K i
r - -abv -
I WrSTEK- SHOES.
in all the Shades and Fa-
Th best Flour made iii
The Largest and Beit
brics of the Coming. Sea-! America; the .best Cured Assortment in town, fro
;on I Meats to be nnar auueu ine iinc-rn, nm ami valf
WINTER CLOTHING. ; Fruits, Meats and Vege-s hand-sewed made, down
This is now open for in-i tubles of all kinds at old to the cheapest mane, of
. .m 1 L. J All T.il. - 1 11
can doubt its passage? Who that has
looked into the wicked eye and seen
the wins beat in the hure. bull neck
of T. B, Reed, of Maiue, can doub
that his nefarious plan to crush the
South with as ruthless a hand -as. the
Iron Duke did theJSetherlands? Con
irress has postponed theconsiderytiojio
the force bill until after the fall elec
tions. -- . '
It then passes.
All elections are supervised by meii
appointed by a Federal Judge.
To enforce the machinery of this
bill the President is given power to
call out the army and navy. What is
A row' Occurs at the polls the Unit
ed States annv is called out blood is
spilt. "Besides, the matter goes into
the Federal courts, and there the white
citizens are oppressed, taxed, fined aud
Another election two years thereaf
ter occurs. 1 he memory f the previ
ous election day has not yet faded
away, rolls crowded with soldiery.
insolent and emboldened.
Cannon aud artillery in each cummer
.. . J . ....
cial centre of the bouth. the iron
hand of the iroverninent lent to aid
one political party and to crush an
other. Wives will say to their bus
bands, and sisters to brothers: "Do
not go to the polls to-dav. lietter, a
thousand times better, that the Repul)-
lieans ot the North shall be in nowei
bv oitr subiuiration. Better even, that
the negro, our former slave shall rule
over us. than that vou shall endanger
your life or your libert.si dear to u
by asserting a right so obnoxious to the
enemies of the booth.
And yet this damnable bill thi
bill which even a Democratic Gover
nor of the aukeo Stale of Ohio so
hated-ffiid despised that he is credited
with saying that he would catt out al
his btate troops to resist us enioiv -uufiit
this bill the State convention
of Radicals and negroes in Raleigh re
cently endorsed, and the white speak
ers hailed the day when the United
States am y and navy would be at ev
ery availaoe polling place, ouch sons
of the South as these are liastards.
If they know the full import of their
owp acts thev would kill their old
mother, I he State, to rob her dead body
of its vestments. We need everv Con-
irressman in the connn Uonirress we
can get to stamp out this bill.
Who will be the traitor?
Who will aid our enemies to force
A hn Choicest
sped ion; it is nanusome juitcD, --- -
and at prices to suit the j Teas, Coffees and Cocoas
times. from many climes
All Leather, at the very
Lowest of tll Rock Bo
Weoffer SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS to the
Sec us before you buy as we mean to sell you goods CHEAP
foncash or barter. ours to serve,
KLUTTS & RENDLEMAX.
Regulators of low prices.
CALL AT OtTK STOKE AS D'E X AiSTl ICE 'I MIS M W GIN., GIN COi)r
FEEDEK AND THE ROLLINS CLUTCH PULLEY, EVEUY: :
ATTACH MT NECESSAUY 'IV A
FIKKT CLASS GIN.
the damage done was not visible'to the I tHo chains which shall shackle and
i l j l a I z a ... . ....
naKeu eve at leasr. in iaui ncn
Harrison & Co. took hold of affairs they
found things didn t thev? :n very
lood sliaie very good considering, we
mean; we-don't ask you to praise what
m j i i
chair near him. muttering vengence En Ush onj four peix.ent for the use a is the habit of yonr life to coudenr.i.
he pretended to be asleep and sure J , , . , We are not far apart so far. Now
enough, he did fall leep after a while, he nione) , it m1 be a grand st. Jlt M ni,tration?
and the thief returned and carried off m the directien ot cheapening the in- . yom C!iwlkl lilillif,n ot" it?
i ia j au :,.a. i terest on money. We shall rejoice to Honest now. do vou feel a reat throb
ine seconu nai- anu tiie
lv J,. ilathal a merchant of Maton,;
had a difficulty with a negro last
Saturdayrnight in which he received a
stab in the neck which would have!
proved fatal had it not been for hisi
is the verdict of the facetious
...ii : j a 1L..
A resolution has Wn rr,m-tr,l in auuionzeu oppoueiu. iua is .ui
the House providing for the nppoint. l;rd on Tyre York, and leaves him to
inent of a committee to inquire into W a,one "l3 HIuePcuuei"
i, nu: : a. campamr.. llus is only a trick
LIllT I 1 1 I Ii I I vn. I llll.l V' II IK IIIIIHIIiar IIIWIIIIII "
a I al .1 ...K.. r.ii.iriovo in nni I .. .. .... i..-,.n..- , if Himwnii
. i see ine uav wiwru uui ataiin.io, ... ,u, wucu mc u.u.i" -. a aai..
l TI 1 1 I I J . . . . , T 1 1
air. nennerman m an weai poiicemaij i , a ii;nnf.p secure money at and Wanamaker, Uuay, and Uuoiey
ii j- a -m a ii.: I " " . r ' i i ti J CI J. ..
e. . a rri...a :.. n.ni, n v ana neeo. aim noar. ami cuiiiium, n
iour per ceou hhm ---" i . ,., , ....-.,,i;j
m ,.r . . I ngall are mentioned ? Is it ourcandid
farmer can anora to pay. co,iyiction that the legislation -attempt-
1 1 11 -I - . .. .-f,..., li t' ill , . .a II
itnat ine goon worn win v "i ed bv the reimblican party since nar
The Republicans have put out Mllfi tkl tnkneco be the next crop that rison was electid has been of the right
candidate in the eighth district, so that I . ia rnitsitlc moiiev I kind? Is the force bill, instance,
r.A w u H (.a-ioc will iiuva nni. n a a i. u I lust what vou would have framed for
t.aa. aa. um.o, I 1 tin I It-OICt' IS 0(1111111 IO WUlK WCII. 113 it ' ,
; II AY-RAKE.
XMo self rcppeetiniz white, man we
White men of Iforth Carolina come
out from among them and turn your
face to the light! State Citron idv.
the Worlds Fair, and Report to
House in December.
A -terrible'accident occurred on the
Heading railroad, near Reading, Pa.,
last Friday, by which a whole train
was thrown into the gchuylkjll river
and more than twenty persons killed
and a great 'many injure.
is only a trick 01
Yorks. He thinks he can poll more
Alliance votes withont a Republican
nomination than with it; knowing full
well that the Republicans will vote for
him anyway. But the Alliance is not
made out of such stuff! They are not
such leather-heads as York thinks. He
wiil be defeated, as he should be as
any demagogue, seeking preferment
iy such trickery should be.
The Editcr Eelircs.
Willi this issue the connection pf
Mr. i, o. Lldnnge, as en it or ot fhi
paper ceases. His associate editor de
sires to say "that his retirement is felt
as a: very keen loss. During the short.
time we were associated together, no
man ever made a warmer friend than
did the editor of the local. Always
kind and considerate, not a jar has
come between -us. It is a pleasure to
1 w I k i n f an ir f I i f til i 1 i , t iiri vi m
- . v i ' . "1 ll ft W w ' a . v i I ' v a
the south) f Was it your idea mat me a, . , , ai M:- j
. , . , , lit il liii, uiutv. iviii iii iii.- i i i ' i ' v utiiuij - anu
i I t i 1 1 u i 1 1 i m an uemcicu l i i - i
. i -.1--"- j ft. i imrij l ii in ll ll linn 1 1 ll ci i n ri'uuu
1 l .,,..,, nanwt iiilinr IllPfl i . . ! . 1 1.1 L t .. f -'
rvuici iim jiaaaauvi.o C UlIlCes Ol il lieilCIL WOUIU i.'f lu Ji'iii I rilM.- i:. .1 ,.r r
I', n , .11 ..J ; al -A.. lUl IIU-LIMUI.II -MVIVU8 U UUU
JLi. 3 j'.t.v. rcitlUlCr liaif A Ull l liuuw-umi'
... .1 i iii - : i i :i:....
....II . I . 1 . i . .'II II IV Wi ll I II I ... Ill'l K. .H.I I I V I 1 I I I 1 I I f. . I !
win iiwic .iiviw-oHHi. .... ...v.v-. . j fnnwiiiHcr mirnor:in i nm lipurti v rr
-.. n- I I l- i-... . ...... . . .
upon milions, mulcting upon us .1 uui-i ,.. H, ntan 0,i;tr
den greater than if we had the sUmd-.leasure h Sliyin , that he neve.
ing army oruermany tosuppoiir urn . . . it, , , ,
you recomend the seating of V, a fn; i-M1 iiiJlh h: . sll
man accused of theft, of leading a I 0, . A . . s:n-.,ia j 4v
iniui ti i .iuv.li i un; io-'irviiiiv uoii un
will be a money competition, and
Representative Crisp has the honor
of having compelled Speaker Reed to
publicly acknowledge that he had com
mitted an error in declaring a quorum
present when there was none. ' Keep
, rt ii . .
joui t-ye yn vrisp. lie is a
The republican majority of the con
ference committee have patched
up au agreement on the tariff bill, and
it has been reported, but it is pre
sumable that the republicans will
hold it until they can get a quorum of
republicans on the floor of the House;
nrnniinunf rnnnliliniin m.-V, . .( I lw.
Mr. Harrison lakep thp epprage to conferen ce comittee , who was opposed
pjittv nut hi t hi'iPif rv a. I .... : - 1 r
wi IFWIUK Hie I frt Kluiiiao I ... I A , Ia..
, ,, , , ... , -a-w allium, j jjuiiii .-llllciUilll 1 Ct I ll UUI
If l iinr II 1. 1 - I. .11 I l 1 . i I I
.....a aauiijyi J 111. It IS SaiQ lial I al a.J al.
ree.iprocity is a popu
lar fad just now, and it is well enough
to have the name tacked on to the
t.iriff bill' That expresses it in a nu
shell the much talked of amendment
it is only buncombe.
it, or give up the business,
tical working of the plan
beneficial in other ways. tor ln
sbinre. n farmer deposits his cotton
crop, draws two-thirds or three-fourths
its value, and pays his debts or spend
he money. It is not probable that
he stored cotton will be sold Detore
he following spring, when he will pay
lis interest and have a remainder in
cash when he mast needs it. Many
farmers will thus be able to tide over
the spriug months without going into
debt, and in this way can soon be mas-
r of his own. rid himself of mortgages
and become prosperous! We will
bless the day when our people can get
four per cent, mone) !
Wetgki bit 18 l
DUTTON KNIFE G KINDER
UK AIM DKILL
WE HAVE A LOT OF IHCKFOKD AND HUFFMAN GRAIN AND FERTILIZER
DRILLS, THE BEST EVER OFFERED ON THIS MARKET.
HSC HARROWS, CULTIVATORS AND PLOWS. WE HAVE A FCIXJJM
OF FARM AND ROAD WAGONS, PHAETONS, SURKEY, tAUn,
WE HAVE CUT PRICES ON ALL THE GOODS ABOVE NAMED,
AND NOW IS THE TIME TO GET BARGAINS. WE -
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. -
WE ARE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF GRAIN
AND FERTILIZERS- , -BUY EUS OF GRAIN, COTTON
AND COTTON SEED.
LEsi Eci i ully4 EOYDEH & ftUINN.
It is said that
a certambenator high up in the conn- reciprocity amendment. "Oh," he
cils of the Republican party informed I -ii 1 i.: uLz. : .
l.i... ll. a if I.. . a J a I ti. . 1
jiiiM ui.u ii nc vcioeu mat bin a major
ity of the republican Senators had
pledgeiHemylyes to make war upon
i.im pefl6naityduring the lemuiudei
ol hi. ;id::Mui."tr..tiou.
i i i p i .1 ill .al... : I "t
snameiess me, at ne u u.e o, priters. He retires with best wishes
lent ot the L nited otates, uictauug uis oUhev continual welfare.-EoiTORl
. . . . . Li'iiwrm.v inmn Mlw f I TUIFl'llPU I 1 . . . -
jiuiicv .u.u uiiii8iUKBiiai.ii.. ....w. Durham utobe
upon us in the eye ot ine civinzea
,.-.,i. I. v W ,111 . vim li-iv !'. 'r tri! i(l
that the power of the s p e a k e r The importance of electing a Demo
..i i.i i. c f.... il,.. I. a bmdd cratic Legislature is the greater this
allow but two hours for debate on the year, because the next General Assem-
...t ;mr.... ..,ni;,. .r..MTm f,P oiv win nave io rciistnct me estate:
taxing power which it has ever been f f T'lbhcmis get in, they are
. a nl 1 n il' .Mi I T. I it'll 4 llMT Mint' 11 I I l.il.
proposed eonm-ess should take we S V'J."""Jct
r . 1 - . I i-fllllf iir I 11 o n lfll 11.? CA . w I tx in Vii Ihnn.
..fr f.t t Ua u-ii.i o .imoilf lllnnt. tn tfl rt Of I J '- ati .vv .ir.iwiii, UICIU
ii;ici a mi- linn, mi" n ' v n I .i. i . i
the nresident. in an attempt to reach a oinj.n-il v Hi the btate benUte at east;
reciprocity, power to put on or keep
iff the tax on sugar, tea, coffe, &e.?
Unless we have greatly mistaken
The white Republicans are too smart yonr caliber, esteemed republican, none
t u niwrmps All I in kirkititf i toes I ot these thinirs nlease vou. inev are
o rond. Here in Granvillu we have wron wro,,g ' principle, wrong m
P r wti t a ml vf.ii bimiv it Ann VOU
a. ' '
a sample of hovT,hey will outwit
colo.ed man all over the State,
county ticket has evidently already
bien made up, and the convention,
which will meet just on the eye of the
election, will be a cut and dried aflaii .
The white radical bosses intend to have
and to have all the
I IUCII va j ; "
lpluiu's worth naving. Oxford Iknj,
I knnw further pnn'in now be honest
1 - - - - j -
iiiiiiu aiiw ii pirviiLiin u.. j i'j it.
U ong the high road to distruction as
fast as a thing of its size can travel.
Moreover, it is not holding us own. Corn
Its bet men in the south are leaving Peas
if lUk-rfaal1-1 ilu.riKt,.,' FloUrCDtV
a ii. mi. hi. hi v i v . i j. i v -. ' i
and we thiiiK thev would even lerrv-
mander the State so as to secure the
formation of several Republican Con
gressional districts. Op the whole.
we are sure the Democrats had better
not give thnu a chance to try theii
hands at this business. Xeus and Ob
Country Produce Market
Imported by D. R. JULIAN & CO.
Have we made out our case? Any
way the meeting is over for to-diy.
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Totatoca irsh 00 (jt.
ONE CENT ft MILE.
OCTOBER, 14, 15, 16 & 17-
It will be the BEST FAIR ever lulJ in the Souili! Succ
of the last one guarantees it! Great Agricultural, Inu-tr j
Educational and Social Features
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Eggs - A2X formation, address the Seoixtarv,
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