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Sept. 14, 1893, edition 1 /
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PUBLISHED EVERY THCKrA Y.
MAItlO.N HITLER, Editor k l'ropr.
SIX MONTHS. f"
EotermJ t I 'out tnhi at iitM-tro N.
;., as secoml-cUni mail matter.
..t...;: - umvi-dv- Tiii:i'jK fc?
wiiwim th.i-.ker. Ui.lL 0 I il t ilULUUUL I o. ; J,r l,,v,,,,l
be!sve be e-ald not bare r-arrird
TJie organs of the tnnii.!i;int We may
plutocracy have been howling o.er- ; iu abound. gra;s Jot! the mure
. . .1 . . . t i . i i . l - . : 1. : J t-. l.
production oecau me pnce ox w , sdoudu, anu ' " 0ffl, H'a y WtoraI vot outh
ton niiains so low, and now we want : providence, evil 1 elf.detruetion. ry the d-crea-nti" supply. Hod tlie ? of ,oe oWlltae Kivrr i.ot one.
Neeexsity n not only the moth r o! .extraordinary r.Oidiiigs in tn - nan-i? ; wiu-cat xii HCVBf.oi.KY
invention, J.ut the- mother of all ae-I ot the xmpiratorfi silver, tn. only 1UnM)m an,, tiiianj
lion as well. What we do, we do iy j nval of gold U-jug wih1 o-if, the' , . i bu x It uifirte.
1 III i A I .. - i T
announofd during the ru-' r . ' '
t-ar. I am iuit' mr-,... tt i'i- -
would not h.irf ar- : ?..ind. it j'n v-i
1 riti niv State by 50.0UU To!t-. and I ; dealing dart. I s'
ning many a wdc oause
en the Herping i
iff of I tod, and th-
rl in thf .-opi
NOT THE r;ght remedy.
The enormoua millions now being
made bo rapidly, and the alarming
overproduction of the crop of TlTil
lionaires which bai so long been at
tracting the attention of the jeopIe,
is now beginning to attract the at
tention of some little plutocrat,
who are probably growing envious
of thieves who are bigger than they.
These plutocrats do not wish to
change the .inaneial system, or rath
er we might say the industrial kvh
tem which includes the great .pies
tion of the ti nance, taxation and
tr importation, Ix-eause they hojc
through this evil system to become
millionaires themselves. They are
now advocating an Inheritance tax,
which does not stop the evil, or give
relief to the people, but simply takes
from the big thief when he gets
ahead of the little thief. Several
States have already put on their
statute books a law to thi3 effect.
This gives the people no genuine re
lief. The way to remedy the evil is
to go to the root of it, not to be
clipping of twigs from the upas
tree. The People's party proposes to
remedy it by chrystalizing iuto the
law the great Democratic principles
in their platform, to change the fi
nancial, tax and transportation ques
tion, so as to put very man who la
bors on an equal footing so they can
enjoy the fruits of their labor ac
cording to their toil. No question
is ever settled until it is settled
right And when the people again
get charge of their government, this
and many other questions will be
settled and not until then.
"SPEAK OR DIE."
The salient points in Senator
Vance's speech in opposition to the
unconditional repeal of the Sherman
law will be found in Washington
correspondence of The Caucasian
this week. When he say that the
National Democratic platform is "a
lie from invocation to doxology," if
it does not mean the free coinage of
silver, he only rejieats what Tjik
Caucasian has said a thousand
times over. When he says the plat
form was constructed for the pur
pose of deceiving the jeople and
that it did deceive the people lie
simply aflirms what The Caucasian
has been saying weeks and months.
When he says the Democratic party
under the leadership of U rover Cleve
land is no longer the friend of the
people, but the subservient tool of
the money power he again emphasizes
i truth that has been conspicuous
in the columns of this paper for
years. It is a manly, courageous
speech. l?ut what is Senator Vance
going to do about it? lie can not long
er maintain his identiGcation with
the Democratic party and maintain
his self-respect ? Will not common
decency demand his repudiation of
apathy that is false to its principles,
false to its pledges, false to the
Under which King, Ben son ia ?
"Speak or die."
to Ull th-in that th. re is au owr-;
production of l-afiks ot thr
huridr-d hav f.ii!-l thus far this
Overproduction of working ! oplc
two hundred thousand out of em
ployment i" the great city of Chic.-t-
ir... and hundred! of thousands lult
i.Mi 'r !.
V urvitM.t ol.d In mu. IxhIv
.in . i. i.rt. f in : h. U fte
- V't; William itl-. I h grunts! w .
to ak- ; ijlUltf t!Itet 1 enough to lake !
nu u-v.u i-t iirt.. ft, i ne aueauv.ii i iuv
roii'NWaiiit. Th nHrnfity for on j
world would ; at the mercv
tithlln irVisht I tikttrfrit arnMt f isim
.1... . ..!!,.. ! , . . . . . ' .
- . . . ; V ml r th utt-irint i- I in A' lll.lifr- III ........... , .. I .. . .1 ...
fvry plain rl in -vcry alley ar.-l j .j,,. werf litimidj:t-d t the
upoo fVtry n-un!a;i d. from jj Think f the tJiounmeiita
hotto.hMrro;ur iU;nrTN'', U-the Uindou
hi th(4 t WhbiM
1 . . : ' . 1 : 1 . f.u-n ' ! . .
ii-eo. 01 a..iiiK m reaiii .u - - - , .,miCf more fr;tudulcnt than a the to hiui th declaration
ruin'!, ?i whrn
1 ' '
the nee.1 is reaii.eo , jt riiatior, of H7.j.
we vtr fail to act. Vou never inn's ( ,. Tllc -ivwifuiTi
for want of work in all parts of the . the water till the well run dry; thf-n
Overj)rodtictioii of factories of va
rious kinds. They are suspending j
o--rati oris in all parts of the country.
Overproduction of txracco it is
wiling below the price of last year,
ho we are informed, and some tobac
co markets will remain closed.
vou Hi' deeper. I lie i roaiiiai ti-i
turned to his father's house only
when he had bf.n reduced to the
husks whieh the wine did eat. Men
remain in the bondatre of the Kpyp
; tian until after the tale of hrieks is
'doubled and tl .straw is denied.
he made at
the Chieajro convention vam he
id that CiTeIndi nomination
would coit thts IefHicrati nartv 40.
11 parties, he a;id, profess biui- (MM votes in North Carolina. For
eta.isin. I l ley all declare for the one bewildt-ruip mouJ he hesitated
u of both gold uud silver iu their between the people aud thj patron
speeches aiid public professions. of the administration. tuiek
Even the author of that much abtnk-d M" a ftll!h Vance w the situation
aud maliVn dlaw thdt. thev wUh to) strjiijrhteniusr to his full heithth,
wun provirknit; farcasim, lie eo-
Overprodiietion of mercantile! y
Then they lle iu a body aud escape
i an intolerable servitude.
pon this basis w e can understand
many of our merchants have , how, in the midst of the same griev-
iheir stores filled with them, with : ous circumstances, some men long
but few purchasers occasional I V to atro cried out calamity
buy them. Ten million tK-ople in j men. full as sensible,
this country that don't get enough calamity-howler and would 1
to eat and wear, and still we have
And again we have an overproduc
tion of ollice-seekers in the Demo
An overproduction of cunning po
liticians who try to use the farmer
element of our voting population as
tools to elevate themselves to high
positions of public trust.
There is also an overproduction of
Democrats and Democratic newspa
pers who are to-day "cussing" and
abusing (J rover, the tjoldbug extra
ordinary aud plutocrat plenipoten
tiary, for the message he sent to
We have referred, in the above, to
overproduction that is overproduc
tion, but as there is so much, at this
time, we will not weary our readers
in recounting it.
It is related that once upon a time
an aged Dutchman and his wife were
spending a Sunday afternoon togeth
er, when the following conversation
&ne, yawning wearily '-Oh, ho,
ho! I do vish I va3 in Heben !"
"c, oujucuij v en, i visn i vas
in a schtill-house !"
CU. -1 irTll l -i
oue, eugeiijr "All oe Dount vor
you olt man : always bickin' oud de
ver' best blace vor' yourself !"
She thought a still-house better
than Heaven ! But there's many a
man in the State of North Carolina,
and some of them members of the
church, who would rather be a store
keeper in the house of a distiller
than to dwell in the tents of right
eousness. We used to think that, if
ever the Democrats got a chance,
they would repeal the Internal Eeve
nue laws. They used to figure out
and parade the oppressive cost of the
system. They fought and won in
this State many a campaign on their
promise to repeal. If they "could
call back" about sixteen years, they
could lift the burden. Read the
following from the Charlotte Ob
server: "The feeling against the
internal revenue laws has in the past
been fierce and bitter in Western
.worth Carolina, and persons who
have no sort of sympathy with illicit
distilling or with law breaking in
any other form, have been angered
beyond expression by the brutality
which has attended the execution of
the revenue laws, and for remedy
have called loudly for the repeal of
the laws themselves. As time has
gone on, the rigors of the system
have been greatly modified, and with
the new order of things this preju
dice has passed away."
The new order of things indeed !
The Republicans out and the Demo
SPEECH MAKING AND REFORM LITERA
TURE. We have been forced for the last
week or two to decline a number of
pressing invitations to speak to large
gatherings. Our friends must not
be displeased with us, for we are
doing all that our ability will com
mand, and our strength will permit
We have labored unceasingly both
on the stump, ajid through the col
umns of the paper for the advance
ment of the reform movement, and
will continue to do so until the vic
tory is won. But my friends allow
me to remind you, that the paper is
more important just now than speech
making. With twenty thousand sub
scribers I can do tea times as much
good, as if I were to speak every dayj
for the next two years. Remember
that every voter either reads some
paper, or is influenced by somebody
who does read. The impression or
good effect of the most powerful and
eloquent reform speech ever made is
soon dissipated and destroyed if
those who hear it, do not read or
continue to read nothing but parti
sans papers, that have for their sole
object to blind, deceive, and mislead
the people. Besides one or more new
phase of the tight are developed ev
ery week, about whieh the people
should, and must be correctly in
formed. The only way to make the
reform succeed by speech making, is
for the same (or some other good
speaker) to speak to the same audi
ence every week ; especially is this
true now while congress is in session.
But that is impossible, and too ex
pensive if it were possible. But the
same results can be accomplished
through the columns of an honest
live paper. The Caucasian gives
the true situation every week as the
fight proceeds. No man can stay on
the stump much of his time and
properly edit a paper that will care
fully present the situation every week.
I will go and make speeches when
ever I possibly can without neglect
ing the paper. But if you will put
The Caucasian in one hundred
more homes in your county, you
have done more good for the cause of
truth, justice, and reform than if
you had gathered a big meeting and
had the best speakers in the State to
talk for you. So let pie urge you
all, whether you have public speak
ing or not, to lose no opportunity,
and to spare no effort to get The
Caucasian (or some other good pa
per that will tell the truth) into the
hands of every voter in your section.
Do this and the victory is won. (tf .)
THE REMEDY THE ALLIANCE DEMANDS.
THE ROBBER TARIFF.
On August 30th, the Democratic
party had been in power twenty-five
weeks. During that time (accord
mg to ante-election statements) the
"culminating atrocity" has robbed
us of just $316,538,450. This must
be charged up to them as they are in
complete coutrol and eould, ere this,
have wiped out every vestige of the
"McKinley monstrosity." We pro
pose to keep tab on this weekly,
adding $13,461,538. Just watch
how it grows and show the result to
your democratic neighbor. Dakota
"THE ONLY MENACE."
The Poor Old Campaign Tariff not In it
A financial condition whieh is the
ONLY menace to the country's wel
fare and prosperity. Qrover Cleve
land, June 5th, 1893. tf
muzzled him as a disturber of a pros
perous peace. And, the evil contin
uing, we can understand, further
more, how after a time, upon the
principle that the dofr struck last
howls loudest, those who would have
muzzled their neighbors became
themselves the chief calamity-howlers.
The realization in them was
later, but the howiing none the less
certain. We now behold numerous
lean canines, the hayseeder and the
business man, the countryman and
the townsman, regardless of position
affiliation, howling simultaneously,
and inclined more and more to con
solidate thejr howling. Of common
men only two classes are uncomplain
ing: those who hold official position
or have the promise and expectation
Love, which worketh no ill to his
neighbor, is indeed the greutest tiling
in the world. We are brethren,
mutual stewards tf one another's
goods and welfare. This truth we
fail to comprehend at our owu cost
The interdependence of men of every
legitimate avocation is the lesson to
be learned from the present ruinous
conditions; which, having b.-jejf made
possible only by the bitterest vari
ance tbroug-h partison blindness,
affect alike the merchant and the
mechanic, the professional man and
the man of business, the man of pros
perity and the humblest laborer who
can offer only his muscle for sale to
buy bread, whether in town or in
country, and the farmer who firt,
at the bottom of tl;o pile, felt the op
pression. We are forced to learn
that the grievances we suffer are
common grievances, iho merchant
is forced to fail, his assets are sacri
ficed, and the toil of years leaves
nothing: for him and his children.
The banker fails tif he b,e not one of
the greatest) and stands aghast at
the ruin which comes suddenly upon
him. The man with full bank ac
count finds his wealth is swept away
by another's failure. The manufac
turer, who thought himself secure,
cannot realize upon sales or securi
ties, ond fails or shuts down, not for
lack of property but for lack of
money, circulation, the very blood
of business. The operative suffers
want through enforced idleness.
The mechanic finds no employment.
The laborer in country and towji
humbly "begs his brother of the
earth to give Inra Ipaye to toil."
The farmer who perchance feeds
full for the present shudders to think
of the day of ruin that awaits his cer
tain inability to pay obligations
shortly to mature. But, whatever
may have caused and precipitated
this widespread disaster and threat
ened crash, and whichever pojitica
party you may think responsible for
it, these things are undeniable; the
few who control the currency feed
fat in every wreck on the misfortunes
of the weaker of every class, and 2,
no political party will relieve the
distress and avert the ruin esoept
under the certain'penaly of forfeiting
the support of all those that
If it be true that misery loves
company, it is equally true that when
misery becomes intense and preval
ent it will have it; and, when the
size of the company becomes suffi
cient, then the misery will as cer
tainly be removed by the united ac
tion of the miserable. The one
thing needful for the removal of the
re iieal sao he is a binietalist; so tlo
all the Republican Senators ou this
floor; every one; likewise the author
of the bill to reju-al that law and
those on the Democratic side who
Hjrrcewith him all claimed to le de
voted hi metallist; some, on conditions
avallafile ill all tilings except as to
time. Thev say, "Not now; the
st ringency is too great; at some otner
time we will do the thing that is
right by silver, (io thy way, at a more
convenient season 1 will call for
thee." I have even heardthat the l'reai
dent himself is a biuietallist, but
this is not authentic.
THE SAME OU) "DEAIt PEOPLE'S
There has never been a robbery im
posed upon the American people
in the shape of tariff cf any article,
from a darning needle to a steel rail,
from a 25-cent wool hat to a $500
shawl, that has not been imposed in
the name and for fhe benefit of the
laboring people alone. The idea
that the capitalist was to be bene
fited by tariff taxation was always
scouted as altogether untrue. Strange
to say, this impudent and unblush
ing lie always found, some believers
such is the credulity of mankind.
The same tactics are resorted to in
this discussion of the financial ques
tion. A LIE FROM INVOCATION TO JlOXOL
Knowing the popularity of silver
money with the great masses of the
people, speukers tn this House and
the other sing the same praises of
bimetallism, from the invocation to
the doxology of these services, coup
led with the solemn averment that
they are the best and truest friends
of that system tq be found, and that
unconditional repeal is the only true
road to attain it. With all the grave
plJges of thejr party platforms,
State and national, staring them in
the face, as well as their own speech
es, promises, and votes in the recent
past, blowing trumpet-tougued
against the deep damnation of the
ta king-off of silver, they clamor all
the fiercer and all the "louder that
the only way to saye silver is to re
peal the one law on our statute book
w men gives it lite,
Wre hear Democrats declare they
love silver moneyj bimetallism;
therefore they slay ir. They want
both metals,; therefore they abolish
one. They want gold and silver
coined on terms of equality, accord
ing to their platform, and so they
stop coining silver in order the bet
ter to restore it.
PUT ITS THROAT AND TAKE A NEW
Truly they must love silver
much, since they chastise it much.
W e will suppose a man is ill and on
his bed the kind physicians doc
toring in vain he slowly sinks, his
pulse is low and feeble. Finally a
bolder physician comes in who prac
tices on the heroip theory, and he
says to tne others, nYou are all
wrong and wasting time in trying to
restore this man by nursing and
stimulating him; he will never get
up in that way in the world. Let
us try a new plan; let us cut his
throat and take a new start; we can
adopt other remedies for his restora
tion to life after that"
SPEAK OR DIE.
Referring to the National Demo
cratic platform, adopted at Chicago,
he with a voice loud and distinct
when the platform denounced the
snerman law as "a coward v make
shift'' did it mean a makeshift for
free coinage of silver, or of the use of
gold.a makeshift for bymetallism
or monometallism? "Under which
king; Bezonian? Speak or die!"
A CWARPLY ANP LYING MAKE
SHIFT. If the framers of that plank
meant, he said, that it was a coward
ly makeshift for the free coinae-e nf
silver, is not the bill for its repeal,
without a line in its place, a great
er coward and a worse makeshift?
L not the coinage of 54,000,000
But it is said that there is no
abandonment of the Chicago lt
l'orin iu the unconditional repeal of
the Sherman law. hut only h post
ponement, and that the bill itself
contains a reaffirmation of those
I wonder if in any of our political
literature, rich as it is in ingenuity
and devi.--, full as it is of eloquence
and true genius, overhurdened as it
is with every inconceivable form of
wildcatism and humhuggery which
a hundred years of free government,
wherein men of all opinions have
had a chance to ventilate them, have
produced I wonder, I say, if any
thing is to be found on all its ap
proaching in absurdity to the incor
porating in this bill of a part of the
Chicago platform? Was there ever
a cat trotting through the tangled
thicket of the Allegheniea, or roam
ing over the barren wilds of the
Rocky Mountains, so wild and un
tamable as this eat! Laughter.!
Was there ever any bug discovered
and classified by science with a hum
equal to t!ie hum of thise bug?
HOW DEMOCRATIC PLEDGES ARE RE
DEEMED. For the first time in 33 vears the
t .n'l!t oo thr l, m.1 th- One Ino. Wgr f Uh.nu ni.lh -I
ydve of victory to their heart. In ; prepared us lor aiuui aujiuinK,
cia li win!.! eiiT i
of those who bav joined in the tight
against the money of the pHr tbt
m millstone had leen hanged alout
their necks and th-y had Ikmu cast
iuto the midst of the
FACE TO FACE WITH rKOl'LF..
V Manv a defeated tatesniAti of this
great light, when he liKks iuto tht
face of those who overthrow him
in that strife, will be urti:ed to Ire
hold not the titers ot lu old juditi
cal enemies, but th..se his own in
dignant neighbors and heretofore
friends, will say to him, "We fol
lowed your example; we loved you
aud lrelieved the best way to serve
you was to kill you."
to v'"i tents o Israel!
Surely tt.e fountains of the great
deep ol hu ui.inity are broken up and
the hearts of men are stirred
within them as they never have
been stirred before since the civil
war. The great light is on; the pow
er of money aud its alli.s through
out the world have eutered iuto this
conspiracy to perpetrate the "great
est crime of this or any other age,"
to overthrow one-half of the world'
money, and thereby double their
own wealth by the enhancing in
value of the other half, which is in
The money changers are polluting
the temple of all our liberties. "To
your tents, O Israel!
TO THE POINT,
th. .liarlosure couirtletelT unmans
and uiiuenrea ua. Not like
"summers dream dn-a il ovcnxnuc
us, but with the wild, maddening
ruph of uu infill iatctl o clone doe it
unhorse us. Intimidated! Vet it
would not be n surpit to know that
the Democratic committee on tKc
tions took that view of iu YVooU
ard is on that committee aud Wood
ard knows aii "intimidated" voter
when he tees oue around the bal
lot los. Woodard comes from a
district which hau an undisputed
llepublieaii majority of ten thou
sand. Why s'louldu't Woodard know
all about "ballot box" science, frora
the Democratic Joint of view? He
was put ou t he elections Com. at Wil
liams instance, and it is necessary to
seat Wi.liams in order to demon
strate that at least one southern state
is the victim of Kepublicaif intimi
dation! It makes no difference that
election in this State, under the
Democratic election, area disgrace
ful farce that Democratic election
methods stink iu the nostrils of all
hoest men that is a small matter.
Williams ought to be seated because
the people in his district repudiated
hi mas .Judas-faced Democrat. Jump
in the band wagon, "Baldy!
Talbert Mclaurin, Strait and Iat
imer shows the kind of backbone in
the House that pleases the iHople
and makes them ideal representa
tives of the brave and plucky little
commonwealth of South Carolina.
They are doing their duty fearlessly.
I mi l. J
- I mi . i
St. feterw ) know (leorp-ift'sT.ict.i- iney mince no worm and sail under
Democratic party was intrusted with esoued dmagogue. John H. Gordon, no false colors. Thev don't sneak
the Tower of enactincr laws. Now. whenhe meet shim. Vance tairired him around Democratic leaders and. with
ip fulfillment of these promises, the the other day the "wild-eyed-long- bated breath, cringingly ask how
first thing which is to be done is to haired medicine man." It will stick they ought Co vote on this or that
:: L.l time and eternity. Hut proposition. They were Alliance-.
he reuu wallowing in his own filth (Jordon men in South Carolina aud thay
S Slf purpose tt s only obeyed his little boss Hoke are Alliancemen in Washington
coinage of silver and nothing more. ?mn11' "vens, wnat are we com- They don't hang their heads, chew
u I 1 II IT TA I 1 1 V 1 V .
a damnarmi onTBiiiu '"K-. ----- ineir tnumus, out stand on both
' ' - i Wifii h.. f r i .i' i r ii-,....-
But what about the f "V 1 "4 V."5 me- leet aim nit straigii trom tAe shoul
the platform. The Ram i . "m" """veu, me ouier nait must der. Talbert and AloLaurin both
most the same strokes of the same , ""UU1C V ' a consequent maae srongand eloquent speeches m
A RETIRED BISiSESStel
A C - era ETr-. i , S
. i win nfr u
Tl tmrtant ntr,-
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inteivtliitf. Tt. f.u;
-1 lintl IM-.-II lMH4l..l
tve year. I .f 'Vl
I ft.-e.mnt ,,f . T
My feet UJ
i i.w,i iu ;,r
eM bud U-cn cur i,. ,', '
ftttnln ftktnmg. li.-i.Hh, '
iMXlleof llui ll..ri W
rvtlrw .mi ft"-eMiiit
klolan UhiI ni
ir. Mil.W Nr llr.n . r . w I
Uler. who l.d ii nii. . T1 "Mil
n hour after tku .V1
feel ft !eeltled ltn.n.. , .,.,
e.tul.1 tiMve my ankl.. tI:r,u.
d.Mie for iiHMiil,. ami , , " 1 J
leu mittHiKtliat tlx M, . j
llenrt Cure the , fc
and I w ti.u.1. n iu , it.. , (
takluic IhU VftlualiU- m i.,V
lr. Mil." N... Heart , 1''
eniliient Miie-lallt.t in rf,a
nan nrwi, 11 nn : UOIl Ull II il 11 1 H I Oil ft f hP lni I .a I f liu oilira. ilulmfn ... 1. II rr1 I
al orovisinn InnVincr in ti.o .i;.t;..., I must work twice as Iiri-iI uml 1 i va I r ull .imf n.wi, .,:....
of coming silver on equal terms with ou twice as much less, Interest will men but thev h live vim nml Ural
gold, maintaininer its naritv. pt. I be twice as usnriimu th. irnlllh1lrrJ..r.,i r.n.....nn u 1: . "
B, . , : ' I . . " J & " """to I cijvi wuiukc ciiuuiiu iueiniue out two I
- ' i - w a-uiwu jm j ZL I W . LI1C nilir.n 1 II ,t " I It'll I Ail K hav.
oontaiiiS also 41,r mrmrf
land with evere Lin.l ..t
i- i II 1 MU 111 i :it,i-
t -. . ' w ' " " i w , .ill -t- i ii.iii'r j 1 1 iriicp ffrvooiin t u i . ----,
oroKers and the gamblers and the The men who did it are bimetal- t.ive from t.W ih .Zi 1 P1" w,th "-el
uanns oy tnis mu all thev want, and ; v vu . ,1 .. . 7 ; , , , w,uto anv k nd ef k.L
we put off the Ameriean n.nl'with v "cc, vlL ou e mc noc Iee "OS Of it. J.ittle won- i .. V . "
another promise. Wo pay the cold- Pi- orm lbey voted for all der that, with such leaders the 1
i .!.".. . . . . the ratios tn nrm-A )hair i t o...il n i-. . , . 1
uuKS uasu ana pay tne people with ; " :uuoui . pic u4 ouutu Carolina iriumpn over t m' l ir ?, 1
another paper oromise r,Xmahi ful" 6,1Yer and voted to repeal the the stud-book- Demnr i i,..f t,?.wK ,iiml from
tion of the makers. Sherman law to prove that they State. L 1 . wW'' "H
all drupKUtM ..ii ,mr "T-
by the br. Mile. M.I.11, , "v,.
receipt of prl,-... f 1 p,.r u,,,"
tetprMM prenald it 1. ...I1 k
all ovlaie. or dauKeruu.
Sold bv All l)rt!.T,ri-t
Richlands High Scb
.jiui oi.iu 'M l s Sf.it (
Richlands is a heahliv.Mj,
of 200 inhabitant ..-.:..
- , r, -,i - ,
hale of inUuieati,, i,,
den. l'our churchrs in tb t
. IW4 'I
to !wl.00, according f() Krfc J
trill l.o t..i..i.l.i I ' - 1
wmgnu i-,r lurtW
T. T. .1AMKS.A.
illlT )l In, ,. I I 1 1 1
For Sale, tlli At
I wish to sell my I'.ucluJ
1 i-i nui.-j iroin .(.IiUU.ru, J
on the South hide of x',
it contains A00 acres (W
suitetl for every kind of mr.
corn and cotton, fruit anJtv
anu cowaras that the le of $ ,d .w
he . ttle Billy Wxlson, of West Vir- ties feel themselves betrayed and fartly '
itf gima, was Presideutof the Chicago sold out They are not willing to anv
v convention that adonted the n
l . -w.. .vu&v,i ut uuicvia ui unjK.rn, timer lor
WPTO aarfa ! Inum mltK ... U 4. I mi .... ... I tracts to RUlt Till n Ii:i;..ij
sub- , ouuu traitors xnere is no uisgulslner the fjict i. i 1
. m . " H . 11V Tir P1IU 11 I til n ij
ww a vy as -v a 1 1 w rai n
n reasonable timt
W. T. FAIlit LO
July 24, 93. julyST-lJ
, i rni - . ,7,. t . ; i jic LuiuiujuuaiKo or panv rewards to
IZl V k- T 6re 1S- n. vlntimatlon now the subservient tool of the mou- hoggish aud plotting sniaks We look
that anything more is to be triven in pv nnu-pr- n,l n i,i n. tt L plotting sneaks. We look
the message which the President ad- ;nh;" f 'Tn ZT 'lTAl? lT QUtlU. S
dressed to m?; not a whisper. I re- W .To. "Vi ZL"Z . . X1. vre PPie utterly wijhhI out ot both
Wc will i
or ladim' rVxin fm
two Inchcia Iouk. fmuiwil
PAraon wbu cull out tha mtmm
and aendi a to ui, iijicm aa
wanted. Adilrmi l,ria
4H Hu4 Mrtu Ml
ruinous oppression and Injustice fT peann.um nearer to free coin
"o iv.umg ui. iioue. ii it was
meant that it was a cowardly make
shift for gold monometallism, is not
the language of the platform itself
both a cowardly and a lying maker
shift for the truth?
INTEREST OF BANKEES AND STOCK
HOLDERS. If the langugage of the platform
means only that we are to oblige
tue uauiters, Donanoiuers, and stock
brokers first, by uueen litional re
peal of the Sherman law, accompan
ied only by a short stnmp speech in
the belly of the act, saving that it
is our policy at some f utnre time
tne .Lord knows when to do some
thing further the Lord JKnows
what laughter in the direction of
carrying out the other promises of
the platform are not the makers
and upholders of that deplaration of
policy and purposes open to the
charge of insincerity and of so fram
ing words as to deceive the people
whose suffrage they were seeking?
WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENEKD IN
Looking Bansom straight in tlje
face, evidently expecting some sign
of appeal, he declared with startling
If such an interpretation of the
platform as is contended for here by
-""ou win vote ror reneal. and
that is now complained of by the
weaker in eyery avocation is unity
of action on the par of all those
thp.t suffer; and in the naturp of
things the suffering will not oply
continue but continue to increase
until its own bitterness makes it in
tolerable. This seenres unity of ac
tion and thereby freedom from op
pression. "The cause of Boston,"
said our forefathers, "is the cause
of us all!" Through common op
pression we become brethren indeed.
This is God's means of making us
work out our own material salvation.
So evil becomes self-destructive.
Aug. 2Sth, 1893.
There will be a reunion of the
first N. C. Battalion II. A. known as
Maj. McKae's Battalion at Kellev's
Grove, Bladen county Thursday Sept.
21st 1893. All survivors of said Bat
talion are requested to attend, (Jo .
John I). Taylor, Lieutenant Eugene
Martin and others are expected to
address; the Battalion. The com
mittee will make all necessary ar
rangements for a pleasant time.
The Baptist and Sampson Demo
crat please copy.
R. M. Bloodworth, N. IL Crcom,
at the option
how long will the peopt.f.
How long are we to Tostnon th
' 1 O TT . 1
peopief now long dare we do it?
No one says what we are to crive
til on. in fnlflllman n....,l..l lsiifis -F.. ..Lu tt .1 . . -
.r ' i rou. 1 'b uwuuhib iiiauorm. lie is coin to Judases or partv rewards to
ulCMe.u M u nl a wnisper. i re- hnH ,1a,i ., VI , rf"" "'1 u
rant i f tttq n i:ii. , . ..v,. . tun itoiiic anil lie craven r.n niI liurfma u.wl l
ii ...t0. . ' li.ne I lemrnri tin -utt lf ir en ... . . .
not oo it nowi "isow is the accepted , " tw J' eietoiore otaces to wrest
:t, jj j i; i ii i " . I an honest mttn ! n cunn..,i i: f n. it
your hearts"4 'here is water, what in abject humility and takes off his
doth hinder me to be baptized"? hat to his master Grnver .11.0,.,,
1 -1 viviuuu. 1
WHY NOT THE BANKERS AND STOCK- What IS the miiiitry'rviininr,' f 1TKMS.
-1 - 1 wM.a.a.xj . any - I -a w t,
brorers wait? way? m Croniartie left Mondav
Is it to be done hereafter? Who ho is it that demands tViQ
to enter Davidson Colle?.
says so with authority to speak? peal of the Sherman biwth nniJ .. .
Who says so with authority toT Hv hamVe w., .1' iU18a Annie romartie is visiting
. .... - r o-- " 1 yA. uubn ecu 1, 1 1 iiHin m orw ttn. 1
assurance that it can be done at all tion r -i-t menus and relatives at White Oak.
ii posrponea. now do we know that
when some other bill comes
the benefit of capital these
bare and contemptible promises
. -II 1 I r mwrrx a. a. I 1 . . .
pay wiu not pop up again like Jack a written oy Ji. u. bhepard & , merous bands and .tLr mi
in a box as a substitute foi the per- 9 Broad St., New York ' S'ftd to state that Mrs. P. cellent entertaiuments .lay
tormanceT If we let go what we The letter declines the offer nf a U Cromartie who suffered a stroka mn- Hundreds of- e-tp H
xa,c uciMio wo jfej, sometning el
iu exenange, now snal
purselyes to that portion
L.(U., . 1
commoii sense? Why can not th I "er siand represents the view! of
bankers and stock-brokers wait for P-,, PP16 " nnancial matters, it
tne repeal of the Sherman law until W111 ue verJ ucuit for you to se
the remaining legislation which we cure an7 accommondation from cap
have promised to enact shall be pre- itahsts in this section until t.hmr ia
7? I deeidd nliin, ... 1.
m 1 3" 1
AUiance Farmers' Eneas
Tlte National Fnruirr.1 AHUM
UUM.rlHl Union, thr l.rgl (M
iiou 01 r amiem in ll.r W..rM. i
annminer KiiraiuiMnrut ml '
Maturday, AiikiihI IKIIi lWW.
I PprViatxo flu tsV ; l.u . I f loa T .. I
UP for ,ir:o',l ; r au' , T llwuiaruB youngest m America on agriultur
uressea to 1. 11. loust, Salisburv. daughter of Mr. Luther OiVktnnrtixx I Four larPti AK.su.iiil.lv 1)a)1m:I
to ?.m tnroY. 8ome hht on the matter. left Monday for Monroe mh S,.w mating capacity, over Ii
1 - -'i - -1 - vuwa p
lowest railroad rhlfH. km
by railroad fr--. Mss
uaiiy; the most proiiuwDi m
go wat we he letter declines the offer of a omartie who suffered a stroke mnK- Hundreds of- .ttr
something else loan and adds; 'The Senators from of Paralysis Aug. the 30th, is verv Fouds boarding at owtAV
hall we justify your country are not looked upon as wu improved. " J :A,miOSFA AHUJ
turn of our con- promoters of the general welfak If " fast, Dinner ok 8. i m.i
pposedto have their stanfl rpiirnftL ..t " Miss Annie Reeves, of Caldwll oth display of ar.cultu
Texas, who has been visiting friends S"10000 ffwJ
an,l riof; . b irienaa forms), also agricultural M
SILENpE ANSWERS W.
To bring it nearer home the gold- lady, and
. . " ves near uarla.nd, went up Two hundred dollars fur to
to Kaleigh Monday to enter Peace ance exhibit, $100 second
institute. Miss Annie is a von, third best. Liberal prHwf
pleasant and attractiv
C. ' ' Il 1 1 - -
ouppuse, sir, that we to take "US "KerB nave lorced Uen. Bob profits. : vr .
tiiat Vance to the wall ,i v... " u"u uronna
vucaiiy V I " - au HO, C
3 best butter, home-made brwi
pies, canned fruits and jell
tnese promises in the bill
some day the remainder of the 1.1 at. Pelled him to mad.. n"QD; x It seem-th t t, nm .: m.,un
form will be carried out. what" T" Vane. i. n.t nl " , ",". onnt . " a"v displays of the
suratiftA hav wx. tv,ro v.':n x " 1 "jim. ttUu pUn- motional, nas dome for
wo rxrioV. k 1 . . F"t vauutnx iru
.. T...XX UcrttpltJltSani and petition free to all farmers
sons or dautrhteru. beti w
. r . ii
llfst- ItlllllPIlSr) bUUC
ive stock: liberal preum
Wiiile the park of f.,uw
surane.ehavA wtt K,n " , ,7' v-vi-ucu anu pun-
yide for either the free coinage or IT ?"10? bu e ana .s aoing, a in its power to
mWr-J J! -1 . . I vuuauo
xxixxxmu voiuage 01 snver could be-
onmtk q 1 o tit? 1 x-i U 1- I
tion bv anv votfi nT L Bob Vance. 5 " r." 7 WU'. trouble ' M nH
Reprefeentative8 nnon tu " These are the people who ,1,1,7 I BWeePin& victory at the there will be fremient
of the bill that sucla bill wouWeet ed the 1 of the Sherman lau ' Zl The fuds committed other points of interest, M
as approbation? Is there anything and the consequent demonetization oui"y elections were disgust- tbe Cornwall ore In",
in the message of the President 01 of silver in the interest of "sound inff' while action of the Legbla- Su,8,iaehannah river, Capi
in all Its llttprannao 5 1 n if ti A OUUU x..-- i , S KB-lvon,. ir J U M
... --.hv Ux a mertj any uuaoucn.
QnAlrnnmn- 1 . .1 - I
are trying tbeir iron hand move every obstacle, ao that the 8uperb with amP1' "'H
i Ton 1 i 1. . xw.nih cun
little trouble a&6f and attractions nu
ictory at the there will be frequent exenr
Is committed other points of interest, i
were disgust- Cornwall ore hill-S
thn T.x.n.1- ssquehannah river, Capitof
fiZ .rr."" VU.UU tureit,rc.T. sylvania. and the battle-fii
spokesman here authored To sVea a iFtUe han.TnT JT, J'. "8hfc was hnmT " T eUar? tysburg,'the round trip to
ior mm wbo can give n nr.J:. .TT- ft,."vum. ong . auu "g
. - km.. UULr I ni 1 I III I I1U 111 KAAti nH MT . I M L . a rt
tUat fiieh h wnnlri u- r "iwu oi
probation? We know that it would I COifi.deuce-
not pecome a law
the pemocratic party the sub
SERVENT TOOL OP COMBINFD CAPITAL,
the great Democratic
wincn i liave always s
cause t believed it to
rpsa lo- I nlau k t ...... i, .. -
O i ,1 . o v i tvu fcvr w iunn iiiA.i .
restonniT iue me opposite from what woo - R.v T rxw; tt Talmatr.
pected, all taken top-fit i at- ia -T:..: of Brooklvn. N. Y.. assist
The newspapers sav that people out nf th x. ' . trained choristers. i eif
i. - " i : mvurue partv j.x .. ...
unno t TP' ar0andth; diWk --evotetheliemrau: 2
upported be- in?ton and stab some n 1 IZh tlcH at all hazards, -because th " HonM.D.pav,e, Belj.
correct in its theories of government W hKhas Prom to" helj ffjp bouncing others. TAdvisoy lioard, jf
but devoted to the interests, of thl in the back, but he lacka t.h0 the P. K anf now WBn .-5 f.r-n, f t.:.k.vt
rnrnm r,U " .. tn .1 .. xi tt i. '. . ---.-v... ouum v,o x.vu. x.0..; - -
xrwxyxc, me masses of the w uu up m me umt 'd States Sen. u coine out and support it
land-ifwe pass this bill now n late in the f, t iu r"68 in ' .I'lx . "PPorT
onnitiVinoiiTr a- I , . VA American "l nas been sa ri.
wjnTC" ?.t l:u,8.Feat Pa.rty P?pie--ana advocate a measure tw f Thev mav 7. '
- J W XXXL I 1 rH 1
Sfipppt-irw ' I ' , , ior repeal, ana
becretary. presumably by the President had
wm men cease to he. tha ni.r. ;n 7-j ..xx. . """""mi l""v.
fxiend and become the Tubservifir,! " "t l0Wer than 5 the matter
Uf uifiuineu eapifai, f
constitute itself in its Iao-Io
-x "ulud ub suoservient cents per nonnrl tt. . "x w. uui iet us hope that
QO ."., . 1-"" i X7 . ., - ,t- -f-HSCTi . .. -
r jers or mat Kami hi ; an i uocm iMimn ani vrUri o i .
which we have always heretofore de- that "we can not always sometime DEAFESS CANNOT BE CURED
?ZT&hnm?S"thecohi- m.St .enerall7 tell how thinSSi by ocal applWiom L v
i10!?011? have culminate at last" g W1" rich ttS?il?"' ? h7.?annt
, -- X'VXI HUM OI XQ(
A: Ma.. ITknn 'Pnw. Br.
ing about I ITnn t r iu
now. but let us hone tht Y.. and Hx.nrV .' IinniiDf
man I nn. . I'n . -
pleased to give any furtlr
well-nigh absoibed the wealth of
A WARNING TO THE
wsto hear that linan ness, and that.. W xlxW.rear:
xt,.,t moU..n. TUDU1 w mj: ta . u"iutional
-J xm. I F'W'WU XII 111 H-ail iuIIi nn 7 I " M-r M M. KM MM 1 U mm n J V
It was said that the string of tU with one foot m'ThrZT pflamed condition of Th:?
bowfTTi- ' Z u l"" 1X16 v.", ", ..x w u .iae grave, has lininnf thlTrir", .Ui ine mucous
i J v " u"n or ap- "uuieu -tne - laoorin? oar" I u- x , ""'wman Tube Whn
5XS"f.A ?aroli has been concerned I rum hi i no.
to the conspTrltoTcrX cSST- fwW it i8 S tl
Republicaus) against the welfare of . f T ohl- Ran- Deafness is the reanl? It J Cl,8ed
the Common noVir.la rl. n f V. xi " som is a spectacular sneaaooi. the infl. Ull na unless
shall finallv sueol 7 and struts around th. x"L Und ZuZ" . be. taken out
lowed desi T aJI?1 tan hotel, all will u l..TntV cmaX:-??10 'ts normal
u'u"' w hwid me single gold
standard, in order that "the cOnspira
torsmay grow rieh on human suffer
ing, they will see many a field of
pohtical battle $nd hear the jroar' of
muchpolitical strife, ' '
A VOICK AS IS THK VOICE OF GOD.
In this fair land the thntiflA,!.
of Jove dwell still with those whose I
CrTT t0"11 Carolina, We rl mne C48e8 out of ten are
sincerely hope that Ran, r;iit.-, 6 .cad by catarrh. h;h L .v.?
a speech. Wearecuriouito knoTlf ! " VoKTfi
he will re-hash his w Know mneous surfaces.
We don't r'ffSf k .. ' rf" 6P. Hundred DolUr.
Under which V11T9, tree.
either a funeral J
F. J. CHJSNJSY ft CO.,
K$ney Female Sefli
A Boai-din School for Gi
FJJhh CORPS 0FTEACBJI
Literary, Art and Music Ftf
Dienography, Typewnnus r
keeping taught in Iiusines
. . 1
State DiTn..t in TAmintl0,
tersays: I have probb,J
amined a better sample .
ticulars writ a tn
JOSEPH KINSEl, fif'
Liploma granted Jjf
lSnmg course - .irfi
We sqpppse the tanfT 'a K
.1 . '-V. nn. 3J
I-Sold by Druggists, 7&
oing tne people mocu
er near anyuung aw;- 1
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