llliod livery Tlturt'lny.
t Goes to Ertrj totj ia I.:rth
0 HITLER, Ed. and Prop'r
man who wants to hear the unvar-
nirilied truth Bhoum reau u.
GOLDSBORO, N. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1893.
THE CAVf ASIAN has a Ur-
peretreoUtfoa than stay othr Polit
ical Papr ia the Stat.
,,tion 1,OOimt Year, In Advance.
iriNION OF THE EMTOK ON
JE ISSUES OF THE DAY.
For the first time during this ses
sion of congress there was a pro
tracted struggle in the executive ses
sion of the Senate over a Presiden-
to The I'obiic. i tial nomination, mat oi iouio uu-
l ( i n . st a x makes its bow to- Comas, ex-secretary of the National
It he people of North Carolina Republican Committee, to be asao-
S.. 4.-:f .cairn fr.ni ( '. fillip- f.i.lf.P 1 UStice of the District Of C'C
1 1 J UlOb icoww v t . . I " j
OF NEVADA, MAKES A STRONG I
SPEECH IN TUE U. S. SENATE
UnmasO the Schemec
lit will be a State paper, it
.independent in politics. There
iemaud in every county, from
ixuntain3 to the sea, for just
i paper. Since the election our
itiou ha3 doubled. We locate
Jsboro to get better mail fa
j to supply the demand,
iper will be devoted to the iu-
i the farmers of North Caro-
flliat does not mean
Vill be against the interest of
I other class of our citizens,
flier that it will help to build
v honest business and profes
irough the prosperity of the
lg and laboring people. In a
pe this there can be no per
mit material prosperity in any
kt is not based on agricultural
ritv. Other business may pros
. ia while at the expense of ag
:" ire, but under such conditions
lumbia supreme court. I he nomi
nation, however, was confirmed last
we.-k by a, vote of 38 to 13.
AND SHOWS THE DESTRUCTIVE
EFFECT OF MONOMETALL
ISM ON AMERICAN INDUSTRY.
A subscriber referring toonr edi
torial headed "Figures the facts
wanted'' writes expressing surpnscat
the leiral fees naid bv the Governor
for work that might have been done
by the Attorney-General. The
that thp $5,000 to which we referred paid
were onlv two fees. There were other
fees paid to other lawyers of the
State. Again we ask, could not the
Attornev-General have done the
work? And if not why pay to two
lawyers 5,000, more tlym the
salary of the Attorney-General for a
whole vear. for a few days or weeks
at the outside?
month and the issue of legal-tender
Treasury notes thereon without
substituting free coinage would ue
disastrous. To make the evils of
snch legislation understood it is
necessary to review some of the facts
relating to the production and use
of gold and tilver as money.
THE GOLD FIELDS OF CALIFORNIA
A XI) AUSTRALIA.
The ijrt-at gold fields of California
and Australia were extraordinary.
No similar discoveries had been made
since the placer mines of Spain and
Italy were exhausted, more than 1,
800 years ago. No other similar gold
fields are hkelv to be found. bold
LET EVERY VOTER READ IT.
One of the great issues before the
American people is the free coinage placers are easily discovered because
of silver. You must constantly hear thev furnish abundant evidence of
if U I their existence in the "ravel and
i ill .1 1 11 X -..I, I sand of the beds of
is not seuieu ov me presm buuihi- , . , , . ,
. - . v -r. which drain the country
istration you must vote on it. vo minea are iocate(L The world has
vou understand the question, do yon Wn finfifieientlv enlored to remove
know all the facts? Senator Stewart all reasonable probability of another j, ' 1 th
PRODUCT OF GOLD COX SUM ED FOtt
The entire annnal product of
id from the mines has been con-1 xhls Distinguished Citizen and
non-monetarv Purposes. ' The stock Cemmander-in-Chief of the
of gold coin which existed nineteen
years ago has not been materially
increased. The demand for gold in
the arts ia increasing with great
rapidity. Dentistry, photography,
gilding, ornamentation, jewelry and
numerous other demands absorb the
entire output of the mines. If sil
ver were entirely discarded and its
money value destroyed, silver mining
would cease. Under such circu in
stances there would not be gold
enough to supply the arts, and tm
existing gold coin would be rapidl)
absorbed for non-monetary purposes.
METALLIC BASIS OXLY HALF WHAT
JT WAS XIXETKEN YEARS AGO.
time of the nnfortui.au
forrirn rxA so high that all man
kind may rad the word. The dia
mfff al tetacle in the monetary
ronfeirnea latrly in sion, the
ph of an American drlecaU hd
announce! that we were o "weuatHi
that v would turn our
baka urn;. Mexico. AU and all the
South Amtrietn republics" and bow
before the money raonarehe of
Europe and po bound with fetter
and our chains elankine in the aight
of the world for all our daya. Th
action of delegate Aodrewe call for
viroroo indtrnation from all true
patriot, and he ahould haveWn re
called at once and the conference
dissolved. And we hoold make the
announcement to all nation that
hence forth and forever the Unite!
States will regulate the value of it
own money without dictation from
in-Chief Industrial Legion of the ! foreign power. Then rettore
United States received. I deem it I the silver dollar to a free coinage
proper to state a vou know, I wa I lt tho eovernment alone laaue the
Writes a Letter of AccefUice
Which Bins ulth ratrltllc
FerTr aui Iboanis Is
Wise CtBsel rr
Hox. J. II. Tl'KXER, Adjutant Oen'J:
Jkar Sir ami Drother : Your official
notice.of my election as Commander-
m i it i I i uirii i. fir h i wi rs nil. ii 1 1 r" l l.
in nis speecn covers me wnoiur- : : . . .
, V i v, i.i u iounci in tne interior oi ivinea
ground. Every voter should read it, where th(j daring progpector has
every word. We give the speech in unaDie explore. The placers of
full. Lav this paper aside for fu- California and Australia are about
ture reference. In order that you exhausted; and the world must
may understand exactly the question hereafter obtain its supply of gold
, , t, , V- r. e i from silver mines where that metal
before the Senate, on which benator .g fQund -n combination with silver,
i I "SfuVI'O TT iltil 1 Vt'TI'l 1 I III' I I 1 1 It I V I I I l - U l . r. Yn ilfl l-klOnt'S
Af-inv of the arfe TanerS. tne -- -o m me 8amiiSJ w 'u I"01'1'0
J - . . -. I crnr.rli will cfntp tlmf, cinpfi the Hplrls. fl.nd iii thp few vein mines
New York World and others, ottered , - 7'. .
, 1 -i c ,vv ...mii,i demonetization or silver in iovo, sev-
prizes to new subscriber, vv ho Mould rt e:Iuor v.vJfully half the supply of gold
3lv a matter" of time for them guess nearest the vote received oy . . , t A derived from silver mines.
mrnble to ruin together. That the various candidates for President. na, ft . egtimated that in ordinarv
Id philosopher, iEsop, tells us We have looked over the result of tnem m J vemoneuztu 11 7x"e times, and in the absence of such
,ose that laid a golden egg each these guesses with some interest P r v goll, placers as were found inuaii-
it, ioy, nun is miuu ao tuv kjl jornia ana ivusirana, iuuy one-uaii
man act. It provides for the pur- of the supply oi gold is derived from
nh.n f 4.r,nnono mmnps of silver the silver mines. If silver mining
, , ,
1. ii wi n :co f oiixror were not prosecuted, tne suppiy oi
eanh month and the issue of silver i J
lejrisiation which sxclude silver fron
the wints of the United States and
Europe, it is estimated bv statist!
ciarr that there were $7,500,000,00(
of gold and silver coin in the world.
In the language of the royal com
mission of England, all this coin
constituted one monev and formed a
basis for paper circulation and cred
it. It was all good metallic money
The owner, prompted by his anJ have been forcibly struck with
1, killed the goose to get all the 0ne fact; ninety-nine of every hun-
at once. He lost all, he found dred of the guesses greatly under
. .den eggs and had no goose, estimated the strength of the Popu
' -ess men, professional men, lend higf movement. Even those living
our ears. The situation now where the reform movement
fronting us is just as plain. You strongest under-estimated its strength
:mot long prosper if agriculture is a3 had as those who live
,n the decline. In fact, you are al- England States. Why is this ?
fot,i;.wr tVio rnfh of this. The ,r Konnnco fViAv rpn.n onlv the parti
lCaU)f iliuil v. I I'lJ Livvuv ""J J i
rrri wrnlfl hA rM hPMl tnilV OTlft-
certificates therefor. This is the law h ,f Th ttemnt to maintain a
which the new silver certifi- cmid metallic basis is about
not present at the uieetine at Mem-
ihis, and did not know such an or
der was to be ortfanizea. I am
insured .that the Lei ion doe not
ntertere 111 any way with any of the
industrial oitiern which have so
rrandly done their pat in educating
the people, hut simply fills the lon
telt war.t of supplying a compact
political body, in which all can unite
in one common creed and tue only
test of membership to be loyalty to the
platform of the peoples party. If I
deemed that wo should in any way
conflict with any of the great indus-
th monev. a full lecal tender foral
debt. Stand as fiim as the Koek of
Apes against a return to the ol
wild-cat state bank usae of taonwy
Increase the circulation to not more
than fiftv dollars per capita. Ira
pose a graduated income tai. E
tablish a postal savincr bank y
tern and by brinjrinir about thene re
forms restore fallen prices, advance
reduced watres. employ the thousand
of idle hands. Reopen the abandon
ed and closed-down mines. Develop
thousands of new veins of shining
silver and radiant gold. Inaugurate
for every purpose, including reserves j trial or labor organizations, I would J great enterprises, develop western
doings of comm.
tmk Mauatru'trvr ArriiiiTio?i
T.AI.-MIIJTAKV HIIMt 1
AMAtLp) TDK SMIA.
of banks and other monetary institu- have nothing to do with it. We must deserts. Remove the burden
tious. When silver was excluded meet the combined money power or debt crushing down the energy of a
from the mint and the money the nation in a conflict, such as the our people in every relation or lire
market for that metal destroved, world has never witnessed and we except the 30,000 who own two-thirds
silver bullion declined in. price as cannot ao it without a perijtior
r lganization. Ve must in some way
compared with gold. t onfl t t political
THE BASIS OF CIRCULATION AND bodv all who svmnathize with our
CREDIT. I cause and win and educate the mass-
t1it mm, m XtlMt llcUl U.
tUf Tt IWtrrMW-at A"rUtkm )
Wasiiisctuk, IK C. Jan. 31. l)f
all the Monstrous st.s of a Rtrsn-
lie thievery carried on at Washing
ton those tacked on to th 'Appro
priation bill are the most cuiU!.
1 1, 700,000 has been "blown la
improving mthtarr Ists
f 1.000.00 has Wu H'cured by
the war departnuut for the fort o
$1,000,000 likewise fer the Sa
$750,000 for the shifting Mis
$750,000 alrrndr appropriated for
"buildinz UrrcW and lmliions
north and smth for eternal im
provements of every thing except
toihug ma a.
In the face of this, a bill appro
priating a half a million is offered
to build barracks for a standing
army. During the debate which
followed, Mr. Blount, of Cia ut
tered tha following startling con
firmation of our presage of finan
'I do not believe that at any
time in tweutv-five years past, even
,ruB I 1 1- . : 1 t V.o ...nin
of the wealth of the nation, and Mr'" . . .:.-".
happiness to a land torn with con- the treasury was as alarming a It
flint nn.l trnnhlfl. IS tO-daV.
Our organization must stand true! When on a division tho motion
j . - .
' : vof t't I l,n- cTTofnmfirallw USe OI 1U
law vers- are ituuui iiittuw.) "" i buu iiewBuapcio man djoi.viuuiivi..j - . , - -
""J a 1 J J , n,a nfoi. a fl.Vinoa aw unw diRsat- function has been and i
re without customers and tried to belittle the movement and rViuh even that mild law and supplement silver for
cannot get a fair reward lied to their readers about it. Query: isfied with even that mild law and and m d mgti
their needed services, and so on. p0 y0U read newspapers
vf, day big business houses are wliat you want to hear or to get the
g, yet a hireling plutocratic truth, whether pleasant
i insults your intelligence by pleasant?
with double headlines,
to be told
that trade is
money is easy
d that there are
ever before. The lieht must
irned on, we must face the facts
fuive the courage to act. The
e in town and in country; the
'It his desk and the men at the
,,hop must come together against
on enemy. The reforms now
fded by the people would lower
jm, put money in circulation
lop the drain to the monopolis-
htres. The farmer and laborer
.1 get a just profit for his labor
- 1 products, the merchant could
II ids goods, the lawyer would be
.11 paid for his largely increased
ti'-ation and the doctor would be
as happy as his patient relieved
Ve shall labor nnceasiugly with
I the talents God has given us to
: about such results, and to this
Tfe ask and have a right to ex
your hearty co-operation.
I . Yours for better times,
1 MAKION BUTLER.
The attempt to
under which the new silver certin- cmiri metallic basis is about as
cates now in circulation were made, revolutionary as the issuance of the
The onlv objection to this law is that French assignats and other unlimi-
Sim. it does not go far enough. It makes Lever waa can beJused by
a commodity ot silver and limits the the trre&t magg of the peopie a3 mon.
But John Sherman and ev. Its Quantity is too limited. Its
must be to
i i - 1 1J- rp 4-1,; , V ntr 1 """".a ulika. .uvuv-, ... ,
want xo repeal it. xu t cu. , d General circulating
nave introauceii iue iwiuwiug lco" medium
ti- - i
lution in LOngrebs . RATIO OF PKODUCTION OF GOLD AND
'A joint resolution (S. E. 12G) au- silver.
thorizinsr and directing the Secre- whof wnnlfl liawWii fhp nnndi.
tary of the Treasury to suspend all tion ef ths civilized worid f or the
purchases ot silver Dumon as pro- 350 s precediDg 1850 if gold
videdin tne act or uuiy l, xoju. had been the only monev metai:
"Resolved by the Senate and House Durinff that period more than thirty
of Representatives, etc., nat tne two ounces of silver were produced
Secretary of the Treasury be, and he from th mines of the world for
hereby is, authorized and directed to e ounce of gold. If the coinage
suspend, unui otnerwise oiueieu 7 rati0 had followed the ratio of produc
Congrees, all purchases of silver bill- u lL W0-ud-iJurfc rwqaiiea thirty
lion as pi-uuucu m DV-V.1'," two ounces ot silver to be equal in
Iulyl4, lyu, entmea value to an ounce of sold. But the
ifang the purchase ot coinae ratiQ in Europe at no
and the issue ot lrea- PYr,ppdea 15i ounces of silv
notes thereon, and tor otner
Thfl .;m7l wnrlfl tliAn diennrded es to a proper sense of the condition to organized labor everywhere. Bu- ua8 defeated, the uiiliury democrat.
. ...... v... . 1 i 1. i !,. 1 .. ., .. . . 1
silver coin as money of ultimate lu" iry uu icu vucm Va,n aim W iuum i. uuinMWf immeuiau-iy moeu ior
es than lau present,
K.nn .tnnraFont t IA Al, . f. .K. nt an. in hnnPKt "v P
.. w a 1 uvl A3 oiuiuij UVUtju w ar - ub,U(, Lr l U a ca a aa-aav w - - 1 - .
inn nnn nnn nf mofQllin mnnpv nfl I r j: nliino I a. 1 -A U V.M4
a bisis. but to-dav. on account of the T fleem it mv dutv to accent the I eorruntion and frand and see that the $3,000 lor tort Micridan (auai-
' j'- . . 1 . -. 1 - . . .. 1 ri.: l .!....
flmnnot 7t nn nf si Kw thprp i nn-1 nnaitinn so enniifl'-lv and unanimous-1 voniict ia honestlv announced ana tionai near wiiuuro w ai i uuw u
ir tenrJered find to nledcre to tne i iefended. Uur nartv is national, n tne lauorers) enougn io uarrac
unselfish devoted worsers wno 1 13 organized m every siave. i i twenty thousand men.
founded the Legion my unfaltering blue and the gray march to the union $io'j.000 for Fort Crook, with
loyal support to the cause it J under the stars and stripes. Ibey j uarrftCts tuough alreatly. rrobably
advocates. I realize tne ouruen BUnd anouwer to Hnouiaer in in lhi w harraCK tue U. K
thus imposed- The overwhelming tie or ballots against tno irusis, com- ,
l - 1 .1.. ... 11 Jal? 1 nn..tinnlUnil ivi
rt i t iiti ti 11 u 1 1 i nu iihiim i i i i i i; 1 11 11 uu kvtiii ii'i. hiiii 1:111 inn blivuo I . ....
v,uuroruu,uvv --- ,.v , ,r , rtiminff
r . .mvA onH nrir.nl7A .1rTTI- 1 fhal nenrn nnvur lli nil IO HI -" J " - -" - n
r t. i r t , .t mn ftf wa.ii i vear ajo.vou win oc iu-v-esarT w
The Kansas Legislature has foiled
the money power.
In au editorial last week, we ex
posed the scheme of the money pow
er to have the "Democrats join with
the Kepnblicans m many Western
i. : ,,.QC3 r o1pp. a Tlenublican I r ...4. f 1fion onfiflf.fi
icyismnuco w X- i ui meaciiuiwun x-x, j-" , value to an ounce
sntnr. The obiect of this, as we An act directin
stated, is to keep either of the old silver bullion
parties from having a majority in jury note thereon, ana xor ouier of gold
the Senate, so that nothing can oe y UTTEK demonetization of
ollt,11frP V.P r.resent financial T, I WOULD STOP SILVER MINING
uvue iv v.iiiov r ,,nn mn if it WPrft t.O TaSS t It ... -
As before stated, the
may be given
of all Good to
I will need the
lv half that amount, namely, $3,700,-
000,000, to sustain a volume of cred
it which has greatly extended and a
volme of business which has enor
mously increased. The result is that
the financial superstructure of the!
civilized world is tottering on its
baje and every financial institution I onstrates the fact
in Eurooe and America is making! that 1 have made a
, i . I r a1 1
desnerate efforts to curtail credit, sacrmce xor me goou oi
increase its reserves, and maintain I pray that strength
INSUFFICIENT QUANTITY OF GOLD hcartv. undivided suDDort o all the deadly conflict a generation ago. The
FOR MONETARY PUSPOSes. true, unselfish members of our par- last days of life they will cruh the
TTow lono- can this condition of ty. The rank and hie of the peo- power that has enslaved
thin continue without universal pies party march so far m front and
O .... - ill urn on meniroil hv the hnlV failSH
The advocates or gold irT.C' '" .i 1Ta" .
of thefact that J - in
street must give way before the on
ward march ot the reunited airaieH.
Th lul notes that marhhall the
hosts to battle call into line rrom
of.Mii to ocean those who met m
properly accommodate the garrison
at Fort Kiley, Kansas." Whew,
the Dutch are invading Holland!
Fort Kiley? One of the member
swore an oath that- Fort Kilcy was
on the south west corner of Spain,
and was captured by Hannibal un
der Gen. W m. Pitt.
$50,000 for the Madison harracki
$80,000 for barracks for Fort
So on, and ao on, through the
the Leonle relief.
In the Kansas legislature the stal
wart Democrats had joined with the
Kepublicans to prevent the Populists
from electing a Senator. They did
not quite have a majority, but there
were several liberal reform Demo
crats they were trying to get into the
scheme who would make a majority
and elect a Republican Senator,
This would probably Keep the Dem
ocrats from having a majority in the
TT S Ronat.p. so that party could
the neoole in next cam
What would be the effect of this
resolution if it were to pass? It
n-nnll rrm ill pfpl V fiPmOTlptizfi fiilver ! J J J : li.. :a
vui- siiver prouueeu uunug tue uenou .. performs is
LIUU auvjiucx oni" .. i men Liuiicu. nao iuuic man I Quantity If SllVer
hp issued and nut us back under the times greater than the weight of I on(n(Mr.-(.i!,
the war. and win a battle for their
, ... ...
children and for all ages that win
livA in arm r An a atorv The South-
tell us they are aware ot tne iacttnai - . absoluteiv neceSsary in Urn states have achieved a great re
there ia not gold enough for use as .. movement When our great- suit. They have polled half of the
tthoilevt This1 is admitted on all ksirtMl. nnhln brother. Polk, fell in I votes recorded in our favor, and all Hat nf ritv fort for a ifiitralizt-d
hands, but they suggest no remedy, battle for the right and perished a have shown an intelligence, a seai, I military despotism in the republic
n . 1 1 1 a. , i I a J.1 1.. 1 A I . .1 .1 nln.l in I ' . . a
Some oi tnem are wiiimg tu use manyr m our cause iu muns cwcu cjuraft;,aim uevuuvu uu.acwvv. ia Jeveloprncnt cvideuoeu every clay
i I . 1 i P . 1 I k a I ,J . 4-'y-vamn i.l -rr-1 T it I11C I ai.w nn m v n i on.l an 1 n h I1BT1T1V I1H VR I . - "
time limited amount OI Sliver reueeuiuuic i up auu luuvcu ". i uui .aiu(atr u,a..v. .u "-nv . J . 1 in nnrresa.
- I . . . nn 1! :i..l I ..nlnno noma TTl-lttotl iTl nil ft II T I f n ftnm a HM 1 1 rpfl P-TT I h fll V U n H V laiHl I .
to i in gold, wny use a nmiieu amuuui, , ,.,.:, llolmati
j i i l, 4-n i - 1 a in nth om an voa an in i v in i a v 1 1 1 i
when. of truth and riirht. The glorious at vne juo; - e.r uio juu
i : . .... i . l ...:n. ..i..
txTi u ol0 camna wrn n the silver f-tates IS be- prrpareu, w im au bhiiubw nu viupi-T
VI UfU UUB urm reuuwics iuo iiuv f .V I r .!..
ii ....I. i v. I vnnil nil nrAine and wo welcome i no ni i ircuaurv uoiiiroiinim us. vw uuu
OI au came auu iioys iu r: 1 . .1.1 i.,.. I ...
nf silver? If the amount of silver
4-n. !ia naod ?a tr hp limirpfl 1V law. and
silver umr ;i. i . ' vT- .u
not oy tne quantity ooiainauie, wuv
t. nil? Thp onlv indisrjen-
weight of w ffi hich either oia or
is denied that
11 praise and we welcome them treasury confronting us, to
when a snp-ar trust raises the price into our ranas wuu giu uuauuu u ton me nwi nuumiiwu
at their will; when a coal combine of love and joy. Organize, organize
jj,-:u: tVw. offV,of artinlfl the lecion m everv state. We invite
when the banks of New York and into its rans an peoples pany ciuu
be issued) aud put us back under the times greater than the weight f f nnntjon and legislation must limit rwton could break the banks in All silver leagues, all who believe we
t 1 1 1 . 1 1- I X I, I S W . .
of meeting exiendituies
it caunot bear except by
taxation or issuing more
-at a ii 111 il
law of 1873 and completely fasten gold, and more tnan oouoie tne
upon us the single gold standard. one4alf this ld came
When that resolution was ottered was f n . m;nes, the reiection of
it Ransom or Vance who jumped to silver, which would have closed all
v,;. fppt to nnnnsfi it? Xo! it was silver mines, would have cut off half
!., i r il . ?r 1
ut ii me
Stewart, the Populist Senator from of the supply of gold
, TT i . i 4.1, output of gold was only
Nevada. He moved to amend the thyalue g the oduJt
-' . -a-. I . . .. I ,.V 11 -A. 1 .,!;.! I - a m-knk
the quantity, silver is only credit twenty-five states in a day; when the miouiu siauu m "Ul.
t '. , i I . i . -i 1. .' Knann- ihn wavini. hnnpr that
monev depending upon redemption price 01 wneai ana conon is maue in r .r 7 -ii
in fold tor its value and as credit a foreign market and the value re have kissed the breeze in all our
in gold tor its aiue, auu & nr(Miltlf;n- trand meetings in the past campaign.
money it is more expensive arm no. -Z,"r:rJX 1YZ Come, brave, true hearts, unselfish
as convenient s papci. yj . ,b .--,i Hniior. f ..nr
way the metallic basis can been arg- father. and organized labor is as
ed is to use all the silver as well as gaUed by the maiied hand of arrogant
oil tl.o cm( for monev which the i, i,.. o-..i ..f .. v;i.at
n p. t. of silver, or I , m i. rlf , ' . i -i..
, 11 -I x- ' , people Win uikk w tue ii. norae oi paupers reareu in iuo uimsi
above resolution by adding the 101- one-third the aggregate of gold and JJ Such has been the prac- of the festering vice and squalid
lowing sections: silver, the demonetization of silver, ,. 2 ii the ao.eg SVLCh s the dutv misery in Europe are vomited on our
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Sec. 2. That the silver coins of the wnicn would nave BCoppeu wiver of Congres3 under the Constitution ot shores to me ptace, , at ; "arva- jTl of tT vouncr. iust 1 can understand why such shouh
United States shall be composed of mining, won d nave cut on na n tneTjnited States. .111'": threshold. Come be the established toli.y of a plu
That of the silver UFPJ"1 -" fc"c r, L. tt . a m nntn :,::D-.;Mt ,i n ., "with malice toward none and with tocracy to build up a large mill-
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refuse to right I cnaruy ior au. vomo vu i tary eeiauuouuieuu a au rcsujiy
Jerrv Simpson took up the issue
and made an effective address:
"Why a democrat, claiming to
be m favor of commercial luter-
souls. Come with an enthusiasm course with all tue world would
never witnessed since the thronging waut to appropriate the revenues of
millions marched to save tne noiy ep- i,e jrovernment to build up a gn at
ulcher trom the polluted hands of the mjiitory institution at the exte use of
Saracen, Come in to protect labor. fc ,e ratuc ttcrcjue
to save our homes, to save the flag Jni for carrying on trade
and nation from vandal hands. , . . J , m m
Come in for our children to give light comuu-ree, iw wa mm w. -
s . v. ncumi !iml "sav we have not vet had , i.i
ic Torrv bankruptcy imii oe- i - v ---- .. - , stanoaru Buvei. i, AJxnritua wnnhl equal coinage
t . ,-i .... UoWft. if we had onlv nad tne t,p dr. ara sha it be ot tne -" - iqw
lonorress. concerninsr wnicn we p - . : " - . . . . i..i bava lieen but one-si sth of the a-- andbilvu .mviuioiu
i-i. i i.i i - -- aa--v-oi rv l n I -rt-nt nr at .li irrii in ii r ii.i i jl r i i "-!
weight of -112. grains, the half dol
until the these
ricrats in a
nave repeaieu u 'eX wrfihr Tf 20B a ns the gregate of the gold and silver which From prehistoric times until the
d given you lower lar ot the weight of 206j gr ams the , y xtracted from the passage of the mint act of 1873, the
noney." But the mines. Lnefof silver bullion could take t
to the mint and have it stamped or
nnnoA intr. monev. The deuial of
To band together in an organi
zation whose onward march will be
The defeat of the republican party
shows that a political l evolution is
tit i-.i n
c.m;n; W. u-PPk. Senate we would nave repeaieu an
leen felabustered to death by those bad laws an
.mnTto. bouse. taxes and more money. iut iue , , . th t
reformers in Kansas are ueiernuueu donar 0f the weight of 41 grains, civilization dependent upon
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L v;-: n,wa Wvp Wn that the democrats shall nave u And that dollars, nan uo ux, uu PBoulc7iio, ojt u. mi. to the owner of silver
't . iiisiim uuuiuuuu " .. , . r i j .... nnH hmna cfia ii Hp letraii -I ii i ::i a: v. i r : . . . .
I r . :i nhannp. thev are worKing more iw u.1 uuuaioouu . --D-- ouuiu muueru uiiiiuuou ": v, ,, l. i5 !, n whicn
VrnTII I VI l 1 I v"wa ' a. m L-. v-I . . v -- I . .. 1 1111 illUU t- i.L,W v
-'i v i - . ,j --r -!- roTrnnnri i 'in ii i in' mi u . i r . j rjr i . i j AM .- i s w . .
i- .1 i -Fia -nr.fir n-iteiiueio ui. iktuiv.uuu o i liPcii acmeveu ii Lue uruuuuuuu ui i 1 1 if r-nrcictvi in. r n. " i . .,;
national banquet to democracy, rener tnan their, nominal values, for any snm the precioua metals haa reduced P-
tne off on Wednesday of last e, vu.. ..whatever. fiye-suths? Would it have been '. f.,n a11 tha wities of war of men trained in the fight, who will
.;nir.n,1 T,PnT.le don't they snail nave iuiicreuiu oi 4 " Sec. 3. xnatsuverouuiuu uioug. poSS1b!e to distribute so small ,-nno -u vavft inflicted be a band of missionaries carrying
I mankind since
how the secretary of
recommend the cstab-
1 and thp Richmond people don't they
Jto be very proud of their own they do not, the peo
o t.. aia i. Tl.cf rln' pninacre shall be receiVd and COineu f nponle. or wonld the cold have
wnv. ou wuiii uiu. .Lie . uiu"o" i -o- ... . !.. i ci r i r-- . . . . ..
, . .-I tt o conrjnr by the proper omcers ior tue ueueu. been confiUed
They nominated for TT. S. Sen ator J P F. provided, That it Leat mass ot
-r -r.1 i i i i mm fro .i on ii :t i. i iii ii. cm iiiuu ii i . l l i. i.-, ..r-t- ii i rr rorii at u . i i a- iiii l i -j
n. James U. isiaine, wno ua 6 " , , saau ue ""u',v r" I money.
. ' l. . . i n fr-nl . . tt . I t.AM I I 1 1 I 1
-.- , . . r.ii- Han a i ipinnf.rar, auu. niiu An.rnat nt pbs vaine liiu iu u
-. ..-. . 1 1 -v. iinshinrr. iuwitia liiuv ucuwiv v. v.w , .
fi utxu ui. uiL-u. in " c....to - " . .. S in: V...o oo f, V.p nn
. 4-v. i inmrro hp nominee lur i ami an v uuiiiuu ucoa w "
i i t - -m i w i 1 1 1 r a ji ,i i iiri.i u v- mu . i . -
tv.iiy rriday. HOT more wuu t I n.foT.1p fnr the. onerat ons of the
1 nn.nnv tnnr TTOfira 51 CTO Ml'.ll 11. O I v.- j.
vy or hate toward mankind but with j understand
love for humanity, dowttroaen ana 1 r ghould
crushed. liury ambition, siop iac- ,. , . gif rt,.n(int ,j .u.
tionai strife, and march forward like "r'l 7" 7 ' , . r.. T .t.
brothers, sisters, and patriots in solid iar "'rJ ia "lc
phalanx for four years more and , L- x 1
will win the grandest victory that also, that the party which has put
s to the sons of men since a Chinese wall around the country
trade or commerce
Paul Vaxpervoort. with the ret of the world, should
still be desirous of robbing the peo-
Wbat a Democratic Jutfge Says, pie to build up a rich aristocracy,
Judee Baldwin, in a speech to the a policy which in the last twenty
thPi . . ii i eve
'" i Hm. Tha . m on n mi a vaib nni.ni . . ... i ... ,,
ywuB. -" - - -r . the morning stars sang together. cttting on ail
It was rather a failure.
nip shall know tn anv mint of the United States for amftnnt nf p.0id .im0nr the masses of fT j .- u a-u th torch of truth and preaching the
r . .... : i . r ..o. . rnanKinu Biure mc uaia otw. . . . . .. . ... I -. n. , . v - ... -.t en .. i
gospel of deliverance to an tne peo-1 Progress UlUD at lnaianopoiis, saiu : years uaa ruiueu ov iier wruw vi vuc
to the rich and the exclusion or bii.v-.ii y pie, l want to warn au xnai giau j believe that the democrats win people, anu icit tnem living on
neonle deprived of I mint destroys its market. host who cast their ballots or nope redeem eVerv pledge thev have made, rented farms aud in rented homes.
I , 1 . I 41, rt-rr tn n of h. antl-tTia 1T1 thPir I .. . .. . . .1 m II. 1! t .. .
The most nnreasonaoie argnment -" i if they do not, there stands a great i - ne conijani uccause many
napd bv the defenders of the actofwFK' . . . . ... . fftnt over 1.000.000 votes, twenty- of the barracks are not fit for bu
. , . Nnme trade and name wun me i . . ... , . . - i , . t
1873, demonetizing silver, is tne sug- nntil the four members ot the electoral college man ueingt w me in. can unu
gestion that the silver m the silver RTini;c-llt of principle is lost and after March 4 half a. dozen Uni- this condiUon of things in every
trial Union. Judge Martin nu-
never been a bitter partisan and con-1
I ducted a high toned campaign. He
The reforms want
I T VI O VAV
11! . . - .v. .!.
vpi nuinou ill- aixi iuiuu
TTnitetl States for coinage
pp ive therefor silver coin or
lot than a partisan. He served
Iconspicuous ability many years
a tt - r. . -- - - --
a? united states House ot Kepre
ive and after wards as United
, ,. . . I . .,.,.,1.1 v . . ...
8 Senator from Maine and was reform and are determimd that tne i note8 0f the United States, to
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Secretary of State in the
He was probablv the
st man of his srencration and
ned the highest honors possible Populist have acted wisely and pa- cribe The Treasury notes is-
1SS the presidency. I .nfallv. Unorl flppordinff to the provisions 01
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this act shall he reneemaoie uu u
.i Lf .--iionpi onH ver, which constitutes fl, could oe the people. Oui
gold fields are about exhausted ' . fc . gQch gg bartered
. , .. -i thp rp arivp. nrotinr.Lioii ui Lie lwo i ..... . .1 i . i. .u..
Sec. 4. That the depositor oi si- ,;3ii Jim thrfr normal quantity of s.lver was aiways wortn struggle -ior
iii.buio n aaa owl ij m . w - - : i cisro - -oi-irt f 1 1 uur uiiluiik
. o the metals -will soon assume tneir fa 258 in8 -f gtand. seU our burtl
shall re- proportions, . There will be at h cn in the potUge." I a
r Treas- $2 of silver produced to ojod It was the exclusion of
incomino-administration shall have be issued by the Secretary of the
.-i.a t .ffrrts t. Trensnrv in such form and of such
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a cnance, iu
denominations, not less tnan i
nor more than $1,000, as he may
$sess your soul in patience, not the
I .aence that begets indifferent and
' llzeal but the patience that will
me vou for a steady and dpi prm.
iied and if need be
J Ve hope victory is near
it be far or near the
1 1 ver give up. It is a
I eath between the money and the
people, if the dollar wins it will be
another generation before the people
tan organize for another fiht In
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he meantime the money power will
pe daily saining and fnnrin. it.
laims of oppression heavier and
pinding them tighter and closer.
The situation appeals to our every
itnouc impulse If we can not
it justice now, what hope is there
yV-wmi children and grandchildren?
The Beginning of the End.
Knio-hts of Labor Journal,' Penn
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away in a maa I failnrir of reforms promised stands and cellars, who are paying ont the
we should not pa1 t tx.met to the third vart v. money to bmld up the tiarracks
birthright for 'a mess of . . agoareth ousands and when the money extorted from
am opposea v on . llUBnAanf thra tu1Vinr wh, K.m (bm sbonld be annronriated to
th I r hi ftT inR 1 v f ...-
1 J J -1 1 Ti A.nlnlinn nf luu " l" """" . I .in. n1 waan In valLHhill' HWI' IVim llf I
.. . . . . rii i i . ruiu ut-ii-ki.. . n uu t v.v . i tit i -. i. . . n -tm. i 1'iu. . ..vm. . . iuv R , M . w.w i - v . - . .
on the ratio ot lb to 1. xne last re- o . dest enemj. s v. u - p - rfelie from the old orraniza. The military outfit then amused
port of the director oi mmi-r'- itlf by assaultingKansaa. But Jerry
snows now rapiuiv aic "Fi'1-" i i ...i (u i,;f I ' v with th. ti, mon -r oil with ns on held them level most mao'nihcently.
r j ;. - - 1, tm CUliauvcu biio i ami. v neit 1UU1 jean " " I xuvov u... " I . o
mg ionuii wauiuuw v inmn.;.tpnn.r nf the men who n.rt Snnwir. Thfcv will not keep lntiala. Thev think as we do. feel Amendment for the meiease was
interrupted by the gold from Lalif or- f - , f lg73 ft. led s and "weighed M we d and."imr)elh?d by that hope defeated after a long debate.
ma. nnn Ant.ra,ll. . . . . I . 1 1 1 fnnil n tin crT1 1 . . . . , , . i . t i . I tin 1 : 1 If.. 1.1. ,J
in nsins1 the Te suits oi tnat grea.tiin.no usi-aco uu v.. "r Ideierrea wnicn manetn tne neani iuuw!f.'uuivwi
. 1 a jil . 1 .. a. --r Tni I . - . "11' .
i a i . i .& -. rn. rnnncsniia a iiii w ulcu tuv i 'ii . i . . A ,.. .t w' - ci v r rn wm fit i-b.n
A 'UW?S TV STLVlcR MIN1NU. Umnir oa o rmann VhV tne DOCe Ol I UJ . .. . I si ft. will evenLUUllV TOMJ U WBUU. tAKl vi o.w-vi suumiwu
. i mw"A " - - , x , - :.!.. l. . ior I . .... "
the silver should not be restored by cor- should not only be cordullv lars.
. -m -v "
1 r or several Years aiuri kwv
. . 1 m 4-Via II r TOTl I m . . 1 1 1J I Al 1U. .n tr-hiih . 1 nrDPIQ TW1 I K M. ... . I 4-v. 1 n lk T"T TT T PA ntTT IrtT I J JM nA
mand at tne irea-urv oi i, yalueot the product or goiu was recung me wruut; ""Ti"", th e dust. It has accomplished its iuiu - - . T. . ... " :if ..h
. ii - .rt iir oal .. . . i . . I i : : - ,.u: T i4at.ro. I " - f .i. . I ki m ihnni. n-AlprariH rVtat thi.u I 1 Ue election OI wOllll
States, or at tne o-nue . . . , many times tne value oi tne omuut uu. price, ia msuitiug. mission and we must rise on me uuw -.w ;r-' U-.,.i.t .i..m.-r.,t to th
i . - . n i 'niToti I . . i . . . i . i .. . Y-r.ir.r wn. 1 1 I . . . . .:. - p I . r. . r f-.t 1 1 v-itm. mr Liir I iauu..c - -
- . I si Stan t ireasuici m -"- oi Sliver. xui me uiauocij ujl i uuu v-j ..- ruius oi iue ucmutiouv , -. , . , . i . e ir .. . i. . . i, ..i
sylvania: - . . -., n lbt?ul' . .... 1A C1-ir nin. ... .- L I 0-1,.,! dlvpr from the! , -...t i.m tii halance lTipVnr. the harvest iseadv for ship of Kausas has changed
Thp jrreat financial nouse 01 states, in eiuiei goiv . V uomstocs luaugurateu uc c.wJti. UJ ...v..-& - v. w - -7 " r-vr-- , , - rtfnflrt tn W
. xne Kimu I . tt Sfatps- .. . - . ... i i j.z a I ., n m tori i.mtui tnltt.L ,. ri.f,Tn Montana 1 U A r mnnr Ft. lOIConniCt U VI
n.u i.ri.i-; oil intpnts ana uur- at thp option 01 tn umicu 'isiivpr mmiri?. since wnicn umc wc uumouu mc uuuuuiw. v uiuvii - - , m5 tiu.uv..
I Ik I ll.Il Nil '. 1 1 M 1 1 I -3 UU - mm v i- -l 1 I -- CDt t . . 1 1 I -m . 1 .. 1 1 1 -,- K f I
i . . . ti., ! i ru rr.nnn.. Tintpa jsha i oe a . - ;nAa.D,i unr. optHi hv froo v.in(r. mnst restore i and eisewnere tnev snomu ,
long nght. poses the ruling power 01 uiv. ana mcuii - rrrr!. Prouuut Ui .;-Ti- .a, uv. Tid hero Tanbeneek
athaud,but rWithout its leaves no European tender xn ymen
Tipr.r.l. nowpr or a lance OI poweia iu ujDUUUauui"-- , - ciwp .. v. ., i.Unrronrlcnnir histnist. bat C
rwr, .- ttuwa 4 ... 11.:. L.-;juli1 Tn 1 8Q1 sipfordinp thp. ratio of 16 to 1. II m-3 maraei r. ;;?."
i-i. .! i Clare war or maKe peace. wnin . hp tne enect oi wua i""ulJ U"U,"M " : t : ; . . , . - , :il.j i last oauoi aione anu wui.
UgJll IO me v. .iti A a. rmt.l ii " - l.
The Old Party.
"This country is not big enough
5tr twonegative parties. The dem
on! Oil . .L.riMAnarIV
nArt nf thp director of the for crold had been aestroyeu uy ucuj - , th 1p ri latnre 1 .. Jr v feWb " ---y
pr eZ, Seo Wnd endooi, amendment? It l. ould maRe a iu a - exagjerates ing it the MTereia pririlege of coin- ajtagS, iroTd -tth half ntnC a n pueM w
pieced tne people DeyouucioA ,,lnr. OT.i ova toathe neofpIeMv"'' ...,. f vo,J.ir .u,t ,f nii dppbned m value! ;v ri, thus hv cow-catcher on the rear end of the
but now the annual interest Duraena iegai icu 6- - - . tne proUucu. oi - uouu ---- .Mn n"uuf tt"f 1 . rr. train and fc, hml the risrht ot way
of the national debts are becoming the free and unlimited own W al)) the coinage value pi tne ana stiver wouiu . clinging wjPP .-7 7' 'n famtable. for
too great to be hornet ffiSKS doesn't
long-suffering people are becoming 1 o , t ou0wing pow- world was $173,000,000, while the taken place wim regara w go p y of Vnow nor rre where it is iroinff, or
restive, and the end is drawing near. - .. . angwerable Bpeech. coinage value of the output oi emu i XOttoo much silvek pbodcced. American3 vith a longing desire when it rets back: has a free pass
The same power has been ana xs - was on y lZ4,uou,uuu. But it is argued that there is too to preaerr vpopular goveniment, for everybody, takes and keeps all
xn-ar mi".- mines naunoi. uwu Imnph s.lver produced and that it I administered iy .tne- nanaa i in
this will come in four more years. STEwabt's speech ixruLi.- WOuld have been pnxiuceu irom discarded as money in con- plain people to au our. posterity. - , . -t hond yir n
o. xt, Prpir1pnt. the and the output of gold would not i - - . nnantitr. If We should stand ror tne ireeaoia oi r An. tah hfldnfr no
i i r- ii r-r m -. i ii uu a ww i aaxv. nr l .1 -i i r.uvv va a -i w i m . i . . w . . rT t ut av nwMa vw w mm - 1
Loss talk about men ma "V f ... July 14, i890, have exceeaett$ou,wo,uou. , ,ld mart ha discarded onr race ..riT should it die threU nb place for it
.1 k. .. ,l..T-.rfr rmr TlOllLlCiil 1 1" ,. . " . I xirnnlH ha tha pffPf. Or DTinrl f.. meai: uT I ' " I IrOPeau mUIlcY uaia v. . -
anni. lllt:ui -o --"r. - c - . i :,- . nnnnsp fii 1 nvuiu v- --.w - -t- , ti ' i r
j . . w 1 lllll.llllll" w . v.w r
will soon be on the ground, and
a warm time may be expected.
coasts would be a
feforml worthy providm
s r : ' i iv
500,000 ounces of salver bullion pex.auuj.ij v
Continued on Second Page.
the banner o emancipation from to go.
AN IKTERESTIKO LETTER FROM
OUR OWN COKKESrONl'-b-iiT
; AT WASHINGTON. '
A Werm to Modern CtrU!aUJa Bf
fuvM Clown tt VVhllo NUu-rkUoa
rimvfiTO?r. D. C. Jan. 31. 1393.
Editor The Caucasiax j
Ilavin? written to yoa of Wash-
..... a r.f oni. iho cnnitnl aa
a resort for clowns and buffoons,
trilling with man's sad wants, let ua
now gt down to business and illus
trate this current ribaldry of history:
Continued on Second r.