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VOU XSH.- HIED SERIES.
SALISBURY, N. C. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1891.
HO: 22. !
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for Infants and
- V. r'
-T,HHmjwif.f T... I
I recommend it as superior to ar.y prescription i
fcaoTQ to me." ll. A. Archer, HiD
. Ill So. OxTord Efc., Brooklyn, N. Y.' .
The hM of 'Castorta' Is bo universal ftDl
a nUrius bo well known that It, seems e. work
of Bupereroratian to entSorae it. rewr are tto
'Intelligent faml!i who da n-jt keep Gustos
ritbto easy reach." "
, , Carlos ILiR-nr, I. D..
! i New York City.
IaU Fator Eloomlngdalo lieionned Church.
i o an
' MY STOCK: OF
GOODS, l CJBOGERIES,
x1' r HAT, i GAPS, - ,
- BOOTS- and SHOES - '
T nnilJT. A.'T' -
j " i
.' " I iviV flnrtiXortli ill !'"'v
It kI ! i. n-mii wiyantiijit ,;o
Is now' bilenntr the I-p,v;:;e-.1
' " line e;verbroU'.;iil
ft J V i 50
PAKTXfli SUITS 1
Jlol.air (St.'.. rir.r-h-at ( 0.00: For.:.,r
jM-iiic !,T.).00. '- 4
'Silk Pliish at, $-0.G0. Former . price, --
vi, Plush at S.CO.'i Foimcr pi ice,
- J'lAXr.r AND OlIGAXS.
Mum aid YT..:U- Orgars zvd Dechcr
-Urcs . Chic Kt rin it
. - - - fc.
' , V.lAl LOOM SL ITS ! .
. AiU'uir.c Oak, Ar.Unc Ashe, Cherry r.ml
"Walr.ut at p'viefs that defy -conietition.
Of ( i ai;s, Saiie. 3:s.j t h ssi s ef all Kii (Is
Spring, lk-.!s, Work Tables for Larlii-9,
ipictucs ami Pitvtie Frr.jr.ts of every style
and .(iualit ' alv, -avs in stock, or v.ill be
nude to orch-r'oft !!. it i-tice .at rcaon
ab'.c ic --
A i;iVie stock of Bu'oy Carriages- (yith
wire wheels at !?7.50.
' Silk -Plush Scut ;mm1 Sr.l in Parasol Car
riages with wire wheels at only 10.50.
'Formerly soltl for .C50. . " ' j
V. i EUTAKtXtJ IpLPa'TJIENT !
Spceia! attention, jivc ii, to ta (ilcrtakirj;
in all 1 its branches, at all hours clay and
niglit.. . h
I I'aitics wishing my sfn ices at niht wiil
call at in y resicleuca o:i Bank" street, itt
'"Uro, k' v:;."
Tiianking my friends .ail, tlic j ubli
gcneraliy lor past pa"tr;nac and aAing a
continuance of the amo, 1 am, ;
Yours anxious to niease,
G. W. VIA GH ;
Leadinj Furnilurj Dabr.
Castor!: ctiresCcHc, Oocipatlra,
fyiur fctomaih, Diarrhoea. tructaUoa,
K111a rmB, gives sl'jep, tod promotes di'
WitLout injurious medication.
' Castoria, aud siiall always continue to
as it has ioTariabiy producod beneficial
Edwik F. Pardes. XL D.,
" The Winthrop," 135th Street and 7th Avo.,
Kcw ycrk City.
Mctsuat Strekt, Net? Tom.
'A - Tjfj TIMES !
tlic purpose"' of making
W atch in is space.
iva i tin ;
orted Stock of Furni-
place. , : , .1 .
Sous arclr Whcelock
i - .
fill I d
" I4 t;i H L,i ' H m
Baby's Eedticio. :
1 This is tire baby's bed time ; '
Dimple-chin climbs on my knee,
- With " Miimnia, I's dest as sleepy '
r-And tired as I tan be."
So I take n; the little darling,
And undrce3 the weary fset
That have been making siace d;iyligLt
A music, b:i?y and sweet.
"Tell me a pitty 'tory," s
She pleads in a sleepy "tray,
And I ask, as I cuddle and k-33'her,
"What shall I tell you, pray I "
"Tell rhe" and then she pauses
To rub each sleepy eye
'i-llp'v ze big pid goe3 to market,
An' ze 'ittle pidi all c'y." ,j
Then I tell her as I smooth the tangles
Ever at war with the comb, f
How the big pig went to market,
And the weu ones staid at home;
. "And I count on the rosy fingers
Each little pig once more, .
And sl:e laughs at the " pitty 'tfiy,"
As if unheard before.
Then I fold her hands together
Upon her breast, and she, i
jln her lisping, sleepy fashion,
Repeats her prayers with 'lie.
Be ore it is ended and the blossoms
Of 'her eyes in slumber close,;
But the jvords that are I'-ft uuuttereJ
lie who loves the children knows.
From a Dakota Brother.
Union's. D., March 4, 1S61.
Mr. C. A. Guff v,
Alpha, N. C.
Dear' Brother: Your kind favor of
February lOih at hand, ami the receipt
of your 1.55 is hereby acknowledged.
We are very thankful. Our people
ire very poor, but froirf what we know
of your State we feel that we have a
host ot warm-hearted brothers tiiere.
Wish it were not so fur away- and we
could step over and shake your kind
lands. .ihe same hand that writes
these lines ha.- grasped in friendly
shake with that grand citizen of your
State, CM. L. L. Polk. We have met
him and learned his sentiments and
they are just the sainetw curs. We
regret most soveiy that ugly war oi
thirty years ago, when our 'people and
yours took opposite sides. ' Now we
feci that we must stand together . and
be the brothers" God intended we
.1 be. Long may you live, ;nd it
ever circumstances place ycu so that
we can aid. vou. call upon us tieelv
uid we will share our lust peck win
our hist penny wnn
11 I 1
Sec'v State Al. Relief Com..
Jdr. Editor : With your; permission
Idieg a small sp:;ee in our organ to say
a v.ror,d to the brethren of liowan and
all others who interest themselves in
Uehaifrof our gieat order and the la
boring men and women of the coun fry.
-It is very interesting to note that
our national solons are at last wakino
up to the fact that there is &cmethitp
wrong in the economical system of the
In the fcenute, a few
go, Senator Gorman rftade ue of
ih'e folio wing language: '-We stand
to-day, Mr. i'resident, on a volcano.
The farmers of the country are meet
ing and re-oiving there is danger and
trouble, if not, starvation, among them,
The labor of the. country appeals to the
administration and to Congress tojstay
the awful wreck. The faces of the
mercliants and bankers are bleached
with fear. No man can tell whether
to-morrow or next day every bank in
the great centres of commerce may be
closed by suspension of payments.
Let us take up matters vhieh all
classes of our fellow-citizena are look
ing to us to corLsider'.&e. i
Yes, Senator, there is danger and
trouble, if not starvation, among us;
but when did you find it put? My
dear sir, what have you been up there
these many years for? Have you
been too dishonest to make this con
fession before, cr have your perceptive
faculties been so blunt that they were
n)t capable of discerning the danger?
And it--takes a volcano to wake you
up, does it? Well, wait till the lava
scorches your clothes, as has Ingalls",
and you will then wish you had heeded
the low rumpnngs or me volcano
many years before. But we are told
that the country was never more pros
perous, xes, Jay Gould has again
gone into Wall street and turned
millions of dollars of the wealth of the
nation into the pockets of himself and
the other conspirators. The railroads
report a marked increase in their net
earnings. They are able to pay sala
ries ranging from one dollar per day
to one hundred thousand' "dollars a
year. ' The kibig four' beef combine is
making lots of money. New trusts
are being formed and capital is con
bining io spread its tentacles into
fields that have hitherto unoccupied.
Banks are paying good dividends and
constantly adding to their surplus
Loan associations are gathering (in the
ante -companies are cunsrnn'tlv
I - - - IVVl-iilJ
i. rPl. i i i "
lo tiifir usseus. me liiqussnai masses
arq producing wealth its "they, never did
before producing it, whiles jot hers are
piling it up. Yes, the country is pros
perousprosperous in millionaires:
prosperous hi railroad co:ibina-tns:
prosperous in - trusts; prosperous in
class.: legislation; prosperous m wealth
iiiid luxury for theevv; prosperous in
pjcr?y and distrr-s for )tjhe many;
prosperous hi wickedness tiud crime;
-ja'id last, but not least, prosperous in
fartus ot the people with a rapidi'y
that indicates unprecedented prosperity
(for the loan associations) lnsur-
T. ii " ft' . .in-! an i nrrrmv nr m -? -r.r
people. Yeb, brother, th frrealest
j question of the day is to save the
; homes of the people. . We" read that
j in "New Yorfc: city '"tme-tenih of the
i people die ofj starvation, and that in
j the submerged portion not( one child
j out of ten born eomes to maturity.
This equals "darkest England." A
few more trinity churches, with their
millions of wealth and princely sala
aries paid-to; minister?; a few Goulds
and As tors and Vanderbiits and
Dt pew's; a few more turns of the
screws by the hell bora minions of
plutocracy on the necks of the labor
ing people of our. county, and all will
In Australia the government owns
the railroads; It coats only $3.50 to
ride a thousand miles there... Commu
tufioii rates for local travel are still
lower. A workman can ride to and
from his work, a distance of six miles,
for two cents a trip; twelve miles for
four cents; thirty miles for ten cents;
yearly tickets are sold good for thirty
miles for 817.- ihat is the kind of
centralization we need in this country,
it centralizes bread and meat into the
mouths of workingmen's children and
clothes on their backs.
KOIiETAIIY No. 424.
" Vv hat-the Harvest Be?"
I have bren arded for my opinion of
the future of that great association
known as the Farmers' Alliance -whether
if rom a desire to get me into
trouble or to fathom my intellectual
depths, I know not what, but I will
run the gauntlet by replying, and beg
tOii examination of the main planks
in the platform of this powerful or-
iranization reveals the
were placed in io.-ition
by; men cf
brains, vrhose- fores;ghtedne::s eiiabb-d
them to determine the amount , ui
avoirdujiois that would ultimately rest
ley form a
thereon, and it seems th
prominent part oi a permanent struct
ure. This alone w ill answer the ques
tion, now and forever, unless the poli-
i i ...
break an tning.
tlxis country h-ive
sniok.-; by burning
g-; voi ij mental attjiirs,
are iioming over-oii tho
1 s;,;- t-f i tl- "ahd without j
ilidiation, caKing on mSre fuel audi
enueavoriiig to oe-.tome lU'miiheu witri
tne ougaae. poPtJciaiis jre n;t 1
-that is. t lv.se who succeed ni
seii-coiiS;ii-Uteu kvvr i ogs now
their wake, it is their business
safe s'.d, and
those who have fori hied iuemselv
mm, tney are cc-cessaiy to tue iurtnT
ance of their ldnns and rurposcs.
Those wiio are sueces.-::ul 'can be ex-
us.ed for' inetanhori; ally sla.muii'r
i:sv.-l es-em the back; b
they ?it tain thei
ends, to tne destruc
tion of other, soiivbody is going to see
them parasites and other close-fitting
name?, lhis seldom a'moviul's to lnore
yelling "scat" after the lean feline has
absorbed the cream.
If the farmers are going to ' class
them among living things of this
arth, let them apply such appellations
s they deem suitable at once assign
them their plaeVs in the scale of being.
It is said too Alliance i:as a large
gun loaded for politicians; but some
thing is wrong, evidently ivs om..e
seekers have been using this engine of
war for- a telephone, and some have
gone so far as to scratch their names
on the brass mountings. One of the
pianis rererieu to was origins.;
il; rr V
lenueit to cut oil the approach or uus
. (- i '.
arm v. but it seems to be a sort of an
adjustable affair. However, I don't
believe they will do much harm.
powering majority will crowd in. I Now, friends, it is evident from this ; freer use of silver would ma!;e !ss de
have hist returned from, a short jour- ; table that our volume of money is de- : maud for gold, air I furtaer, it tnere
n... .,4. T.,., tilw,
farmers leading the van. .
llt'X I I lif" I H.I I h i - '. WM!. I L. Li
Svonn ?nnv fln'r.!.- mv rin'nf:d PTTiln-
rations and 'discoveries mere visions of while the property is falling in price. I would imnnMhaie.y seej pou.ah.e nwr
an assuming enthusiast, but I know j Now let us reason. A shrinkage or ; keJ. here. On, no; gom will not go to
t;i!ra f thA c;i rr.n.'Mir in ' m.mpv and nrDertv falling in price ! a v. rem iron by a fn.er use ot sdvvr.
the. opinion that my
visions are cor
nino- to the front
Our farmers are corn in
they mav lose strength by treachery
in their ranks, but they will come on.
Theirs is a great and glorious future,
enough; have served as the nation's
fly-brush appendage till they are tired,
and humanity hereafter finds thei in
The ofiice-secfccY's f.unous clan
Must now jrivc vy to tl.u i'armer ra:in,
And render unto 1 i n the sliarj
That is due to the h:vsee.i in Ids hair.
Let the strutting cock's .shrill clarion cease;
The eagle close M winjs in peace
Quietly rest oa thu f'eru e ami wait
To lu-sir the oi'P s-ral black sheep hleat.
Of no use are the men who study to
do exactly as was -dune before, w ho can
never understand that to-day is a ngw
We want men of original action,
can open their eyes wider than to
a nationality, namely, to considera
tions' of benefit to the human race,
can act in the interest of civilization:
men of elastic, mra cf moral mind,
who can live in the moment and take
a st-e) forw
aid. ri.un:-...s j.-avcn
A producers, the v should receive an ' of money and the d preciation , ot pro- great , miior one, as a u, sequ. u.
eomil share, at least, f the benefits de-1 pert v which is.the ottsprmg ot a vi-jhe use ot saver, crmn.i tnem.e.vp.up
rived from their productions. They elms financial system, has been d is by th.ir boot s raps.- laU
hnr, l.oon of. tho toot of tiie chiss Ion? norf more fruitful of human' misery ( Veimihion c. Jak.)
A Vieious Financials Systen Cmsiies
the Liberties of the People.
In the early days of our republic,
before our nation begun. to accumulate
so much wealth there was a njore equal
distribution of its gains. Why is it
that with" its productive powers so
vastly increased, that - producing and
laboring classes are yet in a depressed
condition? This is" because they are
iu abject dependence on -capital, when
capital and labor should be united, a
capital is ufenecessity the defender of
the rights of the laboring classes when
in their natural relation. Yet the la
boring classes have been deluded so as
to return to the system of the federal
ists on the idea of class distinction
which has rendered our govern me tit an
instrument for the few at the expense
of laboring classes, which shows the
working of our present financial system
when in its Datural relation is depen
dent upon labor, for labor creates cap
ital. To illustrate: A laboring man
gets S1.50 per day, which represents
the amount of capital his day's wages
produce. Therefore the natural rela
tion of the laboring classes to capital
should b indepenueat. But we fi.nd
it now in abject dependence on capital.
The unnatural conditions have been
brought about by the system of com
bination or concentration of capital.
Before concentration of capital our
commerce was conductod by small un
organized concerns. Now our com
merce is co lid acted' by a small number
of large concerns with a vast amount
of capital. When tho-e private con
cerns manage our industrial sj-steur
the laboring classes were an important
factor because their relation was inde
pendent of those private concerns. All
physical nature is a constant factor, so
is the nature of man. Tise seasons
ccmie and o with
The rain and the dew waters and near -
ishe.s the fields. The earth lifts its
bosom and exclaims, ''Tickle me: with
a hoe and I will huvh with harvest."
It says to the brawny arm, "Open up
my bowels and take therefrom the
wealth hidden since God sent me rol-
ling in space and furnish it for the
contfort and hj'nnmnf man." Tons
Columbus led in the career of reuova -
tioa when he spread his sails across
; the Atlantic, lie bore mankind and
f their i rtunes to a strancre land; And
we learn by examining the various j
works on political economy which re- j
' - . ...!
veal to us the secret of d'-prejsiou, that
j;. depends on the ouautity of ' money
;se hy man in various pern
uistory as Ioi:OWs:
A. 1). 1 I about
I A. I). 330 about
' v o i n t
P.; M Ui"K M )! )!
imh ! kmi
ii f-..) .,i ,
! u q, o ..k.,.
I have not the space
comments on the periods of history
mentioned in tne above fame, biu wnl
refer you to what Adam Smith says in
his words cn poliiic.tl economy:
''Moivy is not the actual greatness of
a nation, but its continual increase.''
Macaulay, the hisJ. ria-.i, says: k,Ve
tiud that in every kingdom into which
money begins to flow in grea.er aim:;-
chnee than tormeriy every nmg ia.,e
a. new phase. I bus we observe from
room tor new immigrants, occause ny
ui .iwitmrPu.H.. , '"
of inaustry in a nation silica iucro.u-
es labor iu wli.eh the prosperity or a
nation depend-. ne unu.-u o.aies
ninnpfni-v i 0!iimis-i oners trive us th
o n n rr rr ,-
' o;.w h .o ,inr nnnn jllimii IS 111-
n is in-
I ' "tLS 1 IIUl. t.
i creasing, and also the value or
- purchas -
hrr nnwiT of each dollar is iu'crt'
' must have a tendency to concentrate
j wealth, to enrich a few and impoyer-
' ish and degrade the many, for proper-
j ty transferred unjustly thereby causes
a concentration and diminution of
wealth. Hence a decreasing volume
than war, pestilence or famine. 1 hey
have wrought more injustice than a'd
the bad laws that have ever been eu-
;.rfpd. Now as we unierst.md tin
tv.u lion or a reduction from the cir
culation of the British empire -of 30,
010,000 pounds during the last ye r
of the Napoleon war. Such was the
calamity, and so extensive was the
distress'that it pervaded every pari" of
ihe country and bankruptcy was uni
versalCor. Hiawatha (Kan.) Jour
nal. i mm B " tr-
"Horses will stand a grat deal of
cold, nevertheless an open field with
a bradvd wire fence f r a sh. It.-r is jk.j
the bet place itr a hove in ia 1
orians that a good policy oi a gov- firM.er and aid eHcll 0thr in securing
tent cousist in a grauuui increase ifrfjf:, in ilV r.,rr .,a f vis
its volume of money, so long as ,f ri- t.,f;M, , U-Av.-.n ., ' (K:in
iere is an undeveloped resource or n , . N
value of money, all things being the :io, iu y - - . Z A VL i
same, as it increases in quantity it ha-ce p athn ., ffi i.e J i
lowes in value. So evwy diminution him. tenneee find .-hi t-
ui it i a ratio exactly equivalent, per are tauumg McA!i.,t,r lo the
hich seems to be evident from the skies as the gre.t nun in toe A!U-
;l ,,fn.,thv,s. Ferbr tho con- anee, because so.r Ieu:.:ss;e papei
The Slit-treasury Plan.
What ever may be said against the
sub-treasury ptyn by the opponents of
tiie Alliance, the scheme is becoming
more popuplar jjvery day, and one of
the principal oHjeetious'to it, that of
class legislation, is being --dissipated
when it is fujly understood. The
principle upon which it would work
and the benefits thai would accrue to
to the laboring -men in the consuming
.centers has enlisted' the co-operation of
the other iuLor orgauiz itions in its
favor. The plan i question is to es
tablish sub-treasuries in every agricul
tural county, where farmers can get
money at one per cent per annum,leav
ing agricultural products of a staple
character as security upon w hich the
farmers would recieve 80 per cent o
its actual value ; at the time. These
farm products are stored in the ware
house and will be kept by the govern
ment for one yearlhe farmers receiv
ing a warehouses certificate or receipt,
said receipt being negotiable. Its ad
vantages are plain and can be seen at a
glance. The benefit to the individual
farmer ii obvious at once. It is a
well-established fact that the average
farmer is pressed for money right after
harvest, having handled but little
money for a year, he is in debt more
or less and creditors are crowding him
for their pay. Under tiiere
c ire u in-
stances he is compelled tcrlvtul his pro
duct to market and take whatever the
grain broker see$ fit toxgiYc him, for
cash he has got to -have, no mat
ter how low th,o price. Now, the far
m er is c o t n pel led to se 11 t w h at e very o u e
else is selling, and, as a rule, he is
compeld to take thelowest price cf
the year. Now, thijs sub-trueasury
plan would make. the farmers capitalists
on a small seal,- anti enable him to
wait for a raise, since he would have
J recieved 80 per cent of the value of his
droducts and would yet be its ower,
and any advance in price would issue
to his benefit. Now, aa to the con-
j sumers, it -is always agaiast the best
j interests. of the public at large, who
consume the fanii.-r's products, to have
j great fiuctalions in price during the
' year, but as it is now, tiie farmer 'IS
! by ueccessity forced to sell in the fall,
and all his product then guns into the
i uius of tlic speculator, and it is to
I his individual gam to en nance the
1-iiee as much as . possible, artificiaiiy,
without any regard to the natural laws
1. II 1 MM -I.."
rf Mply t
I that the mk
ana uemanu. iiais ic is
liddle men, brokers and sharp
Dcculator-i, gain force to Ik at down
j the price iceeived ' euormo.usiy '
' tne final consumer, ihus we see as
iitiairs are now ran, these
f-enemcrs, wiio n no p
at all, grow wohderfuiiy rich by
biug the fanner, then again robbing
me c JiisuiJiei s oi. u.c.i ia:jui. -iiii!
unnatural condition of affairs is against
sound public policy, justice and right,
and against th veli-being of the
fanners and cons-ai n individually and
collectively. This plan is in the inter
est of the producer and consumer, and
in justice tp them should.beec.nie a law.
These two great cla-sts have of late
discovered ,that they are cue interest,
and that the oil i y hope ot the laborers
t() t out fl.oni tlle bondage cf these
specuator ,;j.ir.:s is to get nearer the
j The iV ows who advocjtte ti; ar
;m X ... y .,:iV0 1Vnlo,
it ;iinst silver Cuill.
... , ,..to
iti'c will unve g
vaults and send it to a premium
is quite as false as tiie arguments tney
have aoanuoncu. i i. u;:..
sdv.-r would do i d such thing. We
u;ve had free coinage iu this counlry,
i.ni-s-old never went to a ptemiuai as a
wjis a nrospect tii tt g id were going m
. . ... . r-t . -
wii n niV)Sl)('f:t tti.Ll L iU Wd'O iroinL: in
; a pram in in iu thisjemnty., gold which
! is now being held hi reserve in Europe
, Gold will become Ijess va.uabie as suver
' become more valuable. As it h conies
hss valuable it will be hoarded Itss.
; Cold eaiit go to a,preminm any easier
.by the adoption of a suver standard
. than tne sapient editors wno conjure
A very signihcjaiit feature or
urgent conflict is ahat wueatver op-
noMtion papers c.A) u.si an atiianceiu in
1 . n" 1 L ;i; . '
'I It ; !l I. it liil I ' i !. :
V - fc. I - I
tinldUbfi-! nn enterview where lie is re
presented as having saii something
against the subdrj-asr.ry plan to tin
effcVthat it w.,s -j-iven iq, and thai
the Alliance wou; in
f siljver alone.
alii..hcem.m wautb to become a hero
in the opposition jrtjS this is a sniij.ii
formal. u; let him j be enlei viewed and
express just shuca! doctrine ..siiKd,aud
he v. ill at once b-k-ue a gre .t man
.liii-nig a cnu-s
t i A.
Wl If v
itantly rt.iv:s- 1
up lis pi'mo.c:
c Lc.r e.
tl adapt il .;
at.o. a. ec .
r ft. K fc,.
: Frcni tne r.qizizi Fress.'
Mr. Ingalls s tys.he was beaten l,v
el bidgadlers." NV?nirifc-VVr'
Ilamp'on thinks thf-.t. Je hu - Brow u
radicals luul something to 'do with
beating Irim. ' B-it however7' comfort-'
able such opinions tiny be at time. '
the airalfa is our u-.iional .lower ct
present. Maecn (Mo.) Times.: -
Three hundred millions of t) trnv-
ernment credit to be loaned to a .syn
dicrrtV todig'adihh in Nicaragua' w
constitutional vith John Kb.-..
- . - w
man, but to loan the farmer credit civ
his wneat; oa!s and' other cr.-s that '0
to keep tl- hmuan family alive is un
constuutiuiia!. tl.e'e m n Td'l'i-;t
? between twe.-Jle dee a!:d
; ( it:
When Piiil Armour went .'on fha
board of t rad and hmght nil of tW
pork in sight and 2,K0Gp ban els d
tutures more than was supposed to bV
in existence, and i lieu rai-'d Us? prW
from 10. a banvl to - $ U.5v), clearing
8770,000 by the deal, that w.-.is bus.-
ness. Vxw the Kui
v-ivjci ii(i io eat auv c
tu re n:.at, that
:s .;:. sp'rey.
She' indejHudent miuhoel of tho
country must ride up ;.nd rluottle tha
monster ofcorruption.- ThepiTpelua
tion of free institutions demand it.
I he re-establishment of liberty upon
the basis .of moral purity' requires it.
The home of the people, their future
prosperity an t the uJlf ire of' genera-
tions unborn., dej.eu.ls q:o;i the qnicic '
decisive action "upon the p.-.rt of the
great common pcopl... Let the. inde-.
pendent manhood of Ike country rise,
up and assert it sell' m suclf thuiuW
tone as will shake the threes of des
potism, tyrrar.y and -h:toeratic gov
ernment througliout the world. ,Tho
second great battle for liMm i.i riodits
is being -fought on Amerievr 'loil.
Let.the wato!ivlV,rd !v -.h.iwici shall
be free,' Kansas Fr. JVe -
Never before li As there 1 eeifso tniicli
thought and mental tietivii.v by all la
boring classes as dnrrU.g th
anu u-r,s not o;ih
m o".r ev;n c;antrvv
the whol.j- world..
'.he Vu!:;c' (dassi-H
Never before x
given that jvga.rd to t!,-.- wan hi and
snihuion or U:e laua'er us uo-.r;
il of tosii.g their
,1 . . i .
t po"v.-( r that the
most it tfciii nave ;,:.o!i thoag'nt i'u
thi direct iou4 In! I Irelicv;- mun'y havo
none so hecau.-e or then'
the common tp'j i
them their j !t rii,!;;.
help them upward in r
syni; airy for
t :e;;;re I o give?
1 1 before li .
Iiiko when the.-e
felt and exercise
hli;-n;! r (
. n -' -
sue-.: ii p
i'.vt r -.viihiu
l-hemse!v(us .-ii :uring t!:-pas.t year;
pecialiy is this true in ouro-n Cpuntrv.
1 ho pelhie.d rcvoluii-ei of th
r.nmth w;s not t
a id i il l
ieets. poihica! enmp-aign, i
vestig:t';. u of can
The speech of f Ln..fa:.ies B.'Weav-r
last Saturday"w'i:s aimodid of frank uei.
The court house was ciwded by miu
of ail parties, mid t!n speaker took no
pains to hide tiie coming U.sae-3. II j
said that nobody believed 'tiie r.pob!.-
aii parly eouid elect a p.-.-M.hnt iu
lb(.r2 and hi- ciu.ra
let ' t r : '
t .u at. si a
gr.gion ot tne d :,i
I iiird Tiart'v ;'. inevi
... . -
n. 1 ds con
seiiiuauoii d)n 1 :...(-'
tiona! e-inven'ioM i.r ti;e
;e:iis in C
ins new par'
won ; e a ; y
w h .1 ; t
.Udl i t.s.t the old
panics were not ao.e to s.. re. tire ue-v
man. Is of -Hie gnat mass of the ,eeple.
He said that the- r.iloii Ljj';r part;.,
as the success.'. r of :hv gn-i-nh.rck paity,
had been an edu.-atir-g iniiien;e t
)reparo lor tl:. Mr.",n ' o itica
change abont.to he v.dl
whicli he ehara.dcri. ;d
litic-d up!:eav.tl 1 1 i s or
d, a change-
e .. . i :.. ; . ii.. ..... .... .
tut; v;i-.ir jru-?
Vd her COl.ll-
liy has ever
i.-Ton a Newton Ikr-
Ev er' one in the. S )al'i in! crested in or
knowing l,!i0 prop":ul 'shining of uiij'
new manuf.icturit: or ndaing elite: pris;t,
vlifcther laivrc 'r
of ihi cxteii-
sions of f.tetork.- or laiues now in oper
ation, of large lahhlii'-, would benefit
.himself, as wi!l as La-- nouth generally,
by scr. dir.;; particulars to tiie" Slaiiafac
tureiv itee ord of IhdtiLivre.-' That paper
has :r years tnad--; a bu'-ine-:i. of rcpyr;
in every manuf '.eturire; correer.:, ii u.i
a cotton gin to a. !'ar.,ae , every new
ininia; company, ad every Ij.mksiarled
anywhere in the .5 rath. Tills iufurni.hio i
is read by th-nssuds of pi-.p!e ail ov r
the Uiii;e:l States an 1 is of.e a puhli.-.he1r'
by hiindreds of o! her t.!i rs that look te
the Matiufacturcro' U'eoid toe iiiforiaa
lio.u about this seeiioa. The reulUii
.t-hat every new t-ute.roiise, u.id ihe tuWa
where it i.? located, is v M.-ly aderti.- I
without Cos'; and g: eat t g-od ofie.i r
siiks." In this w.-.y . 'ue aaihfSoUln- i
a a e. u ate'. u r c rs" v. t-j a i.di io iiuv inai hh-
y:y are made pa'de
ai.it a f
machinery in i'mm- Inn, vuirpi a:es, cv .,
;rrfr retei Vvd.and tio-v ae t ;ni.; eo.i!i. d io.
stdect ine be.-t iiaiehitu iy t ihe? iov.i t
eo.it. 'l'ue Jdaunfa -lu.x.s Ue-co.d inviU-4.
.ill inforiaaiioii ol di.s ei;i ..eie r, and
ttverviM.dj in ihe Svnitli Sou.d lake iii
jtiteie-sl lii .-ea.:g taut thai joUinul- re
eei v e iie c.n he.-.l tivlief ih..i Cl. jol-
!.ie iif. l. i.v n tt .-,iic4X lo w eiile i in ise. or
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