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PCBUSHID IVEBT THCRKDAV.
MABIO BUTLER. Editor k Propr.
f Entered at tbe Fort Office at CoLli-boro'
C, M aecond-claat) mail matu-r J
The Advertising Spage
PUPAL PPESS ASSOCIATION
Hoyce Bulldinc. CMICAOO.
P. fl. VAN VLEET. flanag-er,
ponnlbl t"T all KivrtlwiinM
n won, and to w bom all '"'V".'
a a.tw riittf In
e lor rt, aample c-opH. etc
SAM ASHE REJOICES OVER V.RG'NiA.
Tli fnllowinir was written by
rw Ham Ashe, that sickly tool of
.tr.,rif fnr ballot
monopoly oui nj,a
- We have felt considerable inter-
est in the result in V irginia, ana at
last have the figures at band. 1 he
vote for uovernor w... r "'"T1 ! tne currency, which was the true mo
when the legislature meets, but that wt tun j,
for Attorrey iienerai is uu
there linir only two counties yet to
" " i t
hear from. The Democratic vot?jM0f
with two counties missing. i4,.-n-i.on
The I'opullrmi. --S a.
I'rohibitiodMu n.ia.Uate got, or.
. ... i ....... :. v.,.r -UK dOO. a
i ne loiai vow io a1"" - -
fallinir off in the total of about ,0,-
ITT..mtif. There is no nope ior jy
Marion liutler and bis followers.
When Cant. Ashe says there is no
hoie for the People's party in North
Carolina, if he means what he says,
he evidently feels sure that there
will never be another fair, honest
.. .1 LH..I. ...ill
election in inis Diuie. c
argue this question with him or his
kind, but simply serve notice on them
that all the hired thugs and "pie
counter brigade" at the command of
the machine can not steal tbe next
election in this State without a pro-
test from the people who are honest
in all parties.
Hut we started out to call atten
tion to the Virginia vote. The fig
ures quoted above of course repre
sents tbe count of the Democratic
machine, but for the sake of argu
ment let us take it for granted for
the present that they are correct.
Suppose that the People s party only
&ot 78,43'. votes, what does it mean i
It means that more than 00,000 Dem-
ocrats who voted for Cleveland last
vear. this year voted for the People's
party candidate for Governor. The
k 1..'. norf. r.f m,lv votes
in Virginia in 1802. This year 78,-
431). Yes, Mr. Ashe, suppose the
.. L .., IC .
Popuhsts did "rally their strength
this year, if they rally as much add-
itional strength next time, me 1,eu'-
. . . . . . a . 1 1
ocrats will be badly left. Of course,
the machine politicians will now try
to make it appear that this tremend-
ousgainin the People's party vote
waa caused by negro votes. Hut ev-
try man who read the Virginia pa-
pers a few weeks ago, knows how an-
xious the Democrats then were anout
the colored vote. I hey admitted
that the People's party would win if
it grot the colored vote. We all know
that the Chairman of the Democra-
tic Executive Committee got some
leading negroes in the State to sign
an address calling upon the negro
voters of the State to vote the Dem-
ocratic ticket. We aU know that
they sent off for an import-id negro
orator to go out and make stump
speeches for the Democratic party.
And when this writer was in Vir-
ginia he was told that tha Democra-
tic machine had negro school teach-
era or preachers hired going over the
counties advising the colored people
. twi i. a r J
or at least to vote that ticket. If
inc iemociats uiu uot get tuc ucg.u
vote, they wasted a lot of money and
, .... j
iu Yirgiuiaouu iu its iasi issue
contained a large number of letters
from different quarters of the State
that throw lurht on the situation.
The following are a sample of them:
The Democrats claim this county
by 1,200 majority. They had and
used large quantities or money and
whiskey. We used neither. Their
majority is derived mainly trom the
negro vote. George lu Minor.
This county gave O berrall 145
majority. The negro vote saved him.
Thos. E. Cobb.
Again Mr. Law ton writes from
Chesterfield county that the Demo-
crats used whiskey, money ana in
timidation. He says that they got
all the negroes they could lo vote the
Democratic ticket and prevented
those who would not from voting at
Besides this, the places where the
Democrats made any gains were in
counties where such wholesale in
timidation, cheating and thieving
occurred as was practiced in Halifax
and other counties in this State last
The People's party in Virginia re-
, fused to make any iusioh, out imuie
- . . r j.l
a square in the middle or the road
fight. They have just gone through
the same experience there that we
did in North Carolina last fall. The
great principles of reform are grow-
ins steadily in Virginia, North Car -
OU0. It appears that me xeniut. power of consumers has more man
vote is very light, and yet thus of the advantage to them of low
Xtt wO'ts SLfS. er price, to say nothing of thegreat-
olina, and everywhere. Thousands
are owning their eyes to the true
situation. Besides, the disreputable
conduct of the machine in Virginia,
will drive thousand more to tbe
IVoj.Ks movement, as it has already
don" in this Stat. And, lrf-sides, the
thrre as well n" M,c
learned that tbey must protect their
ballot with their personal courage
in the future. We expect to see the
people redem Virginia, and North
Carolina both at the next election.
THE WORST SU.'FERERS
It baa been frequently demonstra
ted in these columns that farmer!
In., infinitely tbe
greater sufferers from tbe demoneti
zation of silver and that tbey aud
not the silver mining section now
Lave most involved u tbe money
uoW war on the white uieta.,
which is being waged so persistent
hy by the money lenders' churnpi.
ire - Hideut Cleveland
'j he Birjnkage in tbe volume of
... - -
the agricultural interest thousand
vu m iiff nroniny h vcr. n;i wai
millions of dollars by the mine
of iceBf fron- which there has
,,irreSrndin" benefit to tbe
work mtr classes in other industries,
because the diminished purchasing
e(i. The conditions that rob tne
farmer of fair profits on his invest-
nient anj aoor al80 paralyzes busi-
neg8 jn general and especially the ue-
vei01)rm.nt of industries. Agncul-
turai prosperity must be restored be
. .1 1 r IU,. tsltofua
lore tne peopie ot nit- umicu maiw
caI, eYer again experience healthy in
While the last dozen years have
brought enormous wealth to a privi-
wej cia3S they have been fraught
witjj rujn 0r approximate ruin to
millions of our producing popula
tion and have piled up private in
debtedness at a rate that the resourc
es of no people could long withstand
The crime commenced by the lie
publican party is now being carried
nn bv the Democratic party. The
ony urty that will avenge the
wrong jg the People's party
COLORADO AND NEBRASKA
While Weaver carried the State of
Colorado last year, yet tbe Republi
cans had a majority in the lower
house of the Legislature. This year
the People's party earned over two.
V;,1o rf tho niiTitiA in tnn State.
In Nebraska last year the People's
fortv C0Jinties. and the
This year the Peo-
pIe,s party carries 02 counties, the
Republicans 19, and the Democrats
8 counties. The People's party
gained everywhere in the ate elee-
THS EXpiAINS THE DEMOCRATIC (?)
r joe i)aDiels who has Hopped
to the eold bugs, in the last isaue of
the Carolinian, nay:
"As in North ..Carolina hist year,
so m iuerA ITl. "
groes wln not vote the Third party
JJut it Mr. Daniels cares anything
tot exactness ot statement he ought
u ; Qofo
l ' uuut 1U
shows that the negro vote was nor
counted for the People's party.
Jir. Joe Daniels who once profess-
ed to stand for; good government,
who once advocated justice and
helped to resist the encroachment ot
monopoly, has eviuentiy gouen nis
sense OI mannooa ana justice oaaiy
warped at the Cleveland gold bug
1 -tak OAiintnV " In tllO OCT lCQim J". T I) 1 S2
paper ne .ays.
T . d haye be(m
leaning toward the Populist party
"I" IIOI'VOIB l ua i. li&ci muuu mcj
reflect that, in the light ot recent
elections, that party showed no
In the first place Mr. Daniels states
an untruth. The People's party
maae lare eains eyerywnere m tne
late elections, out suppose it naa
notf wouid 00j men" wh0 believe
that the People's party was right al
low that to cause them to yote for a
patty that they knew is wrong! Mr
Daniels would evidently follow this
cause but "good men" will not
Br true men ith honest convic
tions do not stampede and run after
the ways of unrighteous even if a ma
jority should happen to do so for'the
time being. Mr. Daniels simply
pictures and condemns his own tend
ency to flop by his own language.
A Texas paper savagely remarks
that: "All this talk about the old
Suard of Democracy makes the aver
age lexan democrat very weary
when he sees the old guard fall down
and whine every time Groves raises
his foot to kick."
The People's party made a gain of
5,000 votes in Massachusetts this
year. Sixty-nve counties in Ohio
show a gain of J.,400 votes over last
Read the article in another column
headed "Retribution Coming." Sen
ator Stewart, talks nlainlv and hits
thg nail rfl Qn the head
When you don't get your paper
send us a postal card at once. Don t
wait two or three week. We will
send you the missing copy and also
1 investigate tne trouble. (ti.;
JEWS ATO COMJiniT.
Rt4 Dr. Charles F. Dnw, pastor
of. tbe 4 Caurcu of the tranjrer ,oi
Nw Yk, died at bis home in that
city on last Saturday night. lit
wa wrll known in thi State, and
hin many friend hre and throaKh
oat the country wi 1 bar of bis
d;atb with genuine b rrtw. Several
uioDtliH ago he was n.eken with
paralysis, and has been gradually
mukluti since that time.
He was born in Baltimore Decem
ber the 4th, 1S20. After gradaating
at a college in Pennsylvania he was
licensed u a Methodist preacher.
He was soon appointed general
Agent of the American Bible Soei
tta, and selected North Carolina as
his tield for work. A few years la
ter he was appointed awistant Pro
fessor of logic and rhetoric at the
University of North Carolina. Af
ter filliug this plaee for five years he
was elected Professor of Natural
Science of Randolph Macon College,
Virginia. He soon left this place to
accept a position as rresiaeni oi
Greensboro Female College, North
Carolina. In 18'4 he resigned this
place to enter the ministery; he soon
went to New York, however, and
started a church paper known as
The Watchman." This project
soon failed and he began preaching
in a chapel in New York. Commo
dore Vanderbilt gave him fifty thou
sand dollars to build the "Church of
the Strangers." This was to be a
kind of non-sectarian, independent
church, and in that Dr. Deems has
continued to preach. He has written
and published several books viz.,
"The Home Alter," "What Now,"
"Analysis of Southern Methodism,"
"Life of Jesus," "Gospel of Common
At one time he was pastor of the
Methodist church in Goldsboro. He
was a man of considerable force and
learning, and independent and origi
Another road congress was in ses
sion in Kaleierh recently. It was
called by Gcv. Carr. Xow the ques
tion arises, who sent the delegates,
who paid their expenses and whom
did they represent. We see the fol
lowing officers reported: Dr. K. J.
Crevard of Mecklenburg, president;
W. F. Kornegay of Wayne, vice-pres
ident; J. A. Holmes, secretary and
treasurer. It is called the "Public
Koad Association of North Caroli
na." Of course the people would be
benefitted by better roads, but is it
not paternalism to have the govern
ment to improve them? Would it
not be best to turn the whole matter
over to private corporations, let them
fix up the roads as they see lit and
then charge the people as much toll
as they want? Public roads and
railroads ought to stand on the same
Murder in I'itt County.
We learn that Mr. Ab. Slaughter,
a former citizen of Goldsboro, but
who for several years has lived in
Pitt county, in a difficulty with one
of his neighbors over a disputed line
between them a few days ago, killed
his neighbor or the brother of his
neighbor killed him, or at least, in
their engagement there were pistols
used and both were killed. The
brot her, it is said, struck Mr, Slaugh
ter over the head with a piece of iron
while the tussle was going on. The
names of the other parties were
Smith, and the living Smith is under
arrest we learn. .
Knights of Labor.
The 19th annual session of the
General Assembly Knights of Labor,
was in session last week in Philadel
phia, Charges of corruption against
Powderly were made by Nationa
A Ititf Failure.
The firm of Thurber-Whyland Co.
of New York, has made an assign
ment. It was the largest wholesale
grocers establishment in the world.
Mr. T. H. McKoy, of this State, for
a numoer or years was tne JNortn
Carolina representative of the firm.
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Alliance Lecturing In Wilson County.
Elm City, N. C, Nov. 18, '93.
Editop. The Caucasian;
Please publish the following ap
pointments: I will speak at the fol
lowing time and places:
Bloomery Alliance, - Nov. 29
Rockridege " - - "30
Springhill " - - Dec. 1
Red Oak Grave Alliance 2
Speaking to commence at 2 o'clock
p. m. at each place. Everybody in
vited. Piogressive Farmer please copy.
Jno. D. Meares,
Lecturer Wilson Co. Alliance.
Moroanton, N. C, Nov. 8, 1893
Ed. Caucasian: Please give space
for the following appointments for
our county lecturer, Bro. P. W. Pat-
Table Rock, Saturday, Nov. 18,
11 a. m. Oak Forest, Thursday, Nov.
23, 7 p. m. Linville, Saturday, Nov,
25, 11 a. m.
J, R. JfowARp.
A ropriJiT CX-l'B okc;anizi:i.
A Mnr H KisM l)lmtl-Let ntkrr
i St. Pacls, h C. 3, 13.
The first gun of the catnjaign
was tired at this place uu Saturd.?
The People's party seeing and
feeling the necessity of organiza
tion, come together and organized a
club with 35 members. We feel
proud of 'this movement, and that
St. Pauls township should have
been first to take that ail imjortant
step. We hope the exanip e ill be
followed at once by every tow nship
in the county, and by every county
in tbe State.
Our enemies are hard at work and
will not leave any plan untried to
defeat ns on the coming election.
We can't call attention too often to
tbe pressing necessity of organizing
our forces thoroughly. Many more
dangers beset ns now than ever le
fore, hence the great necessity of
omhining our forces and educating
them up to a proper appreciation of
the great work to lie done and in
what manner to do it.
We are closely watching the camp
of the enemy and observe an uu wont
ed activity amongst the plutocratic
hordes. I he infant Peoples
party has assumed manly proportion?,
with strong muscles of popularity
nd bids fan. with such men as
Vance, Irby of South Carolina, aud
Rosser of Virginia, as fearless expe
uents of it honest and patriotic
teachings to become a determined
and dangerous rival of the old rotten
organizations of the past.
lhat we have much hard work be
fore tis is a fact that none should
lose sight of; and the sooner we get
our machinery in order for this work
the better for our cause. Let there
be no retrogression in our move
ments, but onward, outward to the
goal of equal rights to all.
Ue feel satisfied that, if our forces
are properly husbanded, with the ad
vantages given us by the disaffec
tions in the ranks ot our enemies,
success, grand and glorious, will be
ours. lo this enu let us work.
Yours in the faith,
Traitors To The People.
Fayatteville, N. C,
November 4th, 1893.
Dear Sir and Brother:
Your predictions of last summer
are verified. I propose you have a
column in The Caucasian headed
"Traitors to the South," under which
keep a list. Y'ou can commence it
with Mat. Hansom, N. C; Gordon,
Ga.; White and Caffuey, La.; Mills,
Texas; Lindsay, .Kentucky.
Let their names be remembered by
generations to come with those of
Benedict Arnold and Aaron Burr
If Cleveland had been employed
as an attorney by the gold bugs to
destroy the Democratic party he
could not have done it more success
fully. Well, it lived only its day.
They hold the reins now . tnrough
fraud and corruption. Cleveland,
Sherman ct Co. rule now sure.
Yours for the war,
Sorry lie Voted For Cleveland.
Mr. Editor: I hope you will ex
cuse ignorance for 1 am a poor boy
and had but a few days schooling,
But I want to say a word. I am 22
years old and cast my first ballot for
Cleveland and which 1 fear I wil
regret, seeing he has already ignored
the platform he was elected on.
fear the old gentleman is like a rich
lady of Haleigh that went out riding
one cold day and lacked to f reeze,and
while returning she told her servant
he must go and haul some wood to
some of her poor neighbors but while
her servant was unbuckling the
horse, she went to the fire and be
came warm; so she tells the servant
he need not go,the weather had mod
erated. J. am a Democrat; I hope
one of the pure and simple kind but
I am getting tired of the way monop
olists are using it as a means of de
ception and oppression. Send me
your paper. I want to know what
is going on. I want to vote for men
next time, and men who are for pure
Jas. M, Maynand.
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his life blood will be ready to sweep
North Carolina, if not the whole
THE R03BER TARIFF.
On November 1st. the Demcratic
party had been in power thirty-fouiF
weeks. During that time (accord
ing to ante-election statements) the
"culminating atrocity" has robbed
us of just $-156,769,226. Tiis mugt
be charged np to them as they are in
complete control and could, 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 denjocratip neighbor. Dakota
. "ManT tlk about woman hre
As though it bad Umit.
There not a plac in arth or heaven.
Ther't not a task to man km J jiren.
There's not a bkwnnif or a woe.
There's not a htp-r jr or no.
There not a life a deatn or Dinn.
That has a f rather weight of worth. j
Without a woman tn it' j
PLEASED WiTH OUR OFFER
Mr. Ei'iToa-I was etruck with
our fiuggestion to tbe women in
jour last isne. If tbe lady readers
f The Caucasian will avail them-mJv-es
of your kind offer to give
them a space in your column, they
(we, fo: I will help) cannot only
make the eolumn interesting, but in
structive to each other. I have
nothing to ask this week. How often
in the past I wanted to know some
thing, that some of your readers
could have told nie. I suggest (if
you will excuse me) that you have
a special plaee under "Woman's
sphere" called" Information depart
ment" for questions and auswers
from the ladies. Yours .Ve.
(Mrs.) F. L.
Granville, N. C. Nov. 21st.
Let us with a gladsome mind
Praise the Lord, for he is kind.
For his mercies shall endure
Ever faithful, ever sure.
O favors every year made new!
O gifts with rain and sunshine
The bounty over-runs our due,
The fullness shames out discon
I praise thee while my days go on;
1 love thee while my days go on;
Through dark and dearth, through
fare and frost,
With emptied arms and treasure lost,
1 thank thee while my days go on.
Lord, for the erring thought
Not into evil wrought;
Lord, for the wicked will
Betrayed and baffled still;
For the heart from itself kept,
Our thanksgiving accept.
W. D. Howells.
SUM OF AIX HOLIDAYS.
That Is Why Thanksgiving Should Be the
Happieot of All.
vy e could not asK a more sugges
tive title or one which makes sweet
er music in an American's ear
This occasion, says the New York
Ledger, is different from all other
national holidays, since it gathers
them all up into one, and with them
unites every mercy of the dying
year, the bounties of its harvests,
the manifold gifts of white-winged
commerce, the preservation of peace
and prosperity, and recognizes each
and every one in a gratitude o'er-
flowmg with festivity and mirth.
Thanksgiving! A word with which
to conjure happiness into the most
dismal and dejected spirit. The per
sonal associations of this festival
are, perhaps, its greatest sources of
attraction. The fathei and the mo
ther, expecting John from the city
and Mary from the school, will re
call the dear old days when they.
too, came home to roast apples be
fore the blazing logs, and watch the
ruddy glow glinting across the pol
ished mahogany, while
"Half hidden in a quiet nook, serene
or look and heart.
Talking the old times over, the par
ents sat apart."
And what times they were, famous
for corn huskings unknown to this
degenerate age, for moonlight straw
rides across the glistening snow and
hoary ghost legends of Hessian
troopers. Hence, Thanksgiving
comes with redolent memories of
past joys, blended into the best and
puiest moments of American life,
its homes and its hearts.
Let fair summer's robes pale and
diej ind the frosted leaves rustle be
neath the tread, vy nat cares Thanks
giving day for winter's stern
hearlds? In fact,we welcome a erood
November day that the cold without
may form a contrast for tbe warmth
It would disturb the eternal fitness
of things to eat the time-honored
bird and the national pie in the
long, bright days of leafy June.
No! The wise gobbler may con
template a perch upon the crescent
of the moon if he thinks fit, but he
must needs die, and, flanked by
cranberry sauce and the constant
pumpkin pie, present himself to our
view on the last Thursday in No
vember, and not a day earlier, please.
Then, as we cluster around the
fire and bid defiance to the elements,
let ns remember to make Thanks
giving a home-day, where all the
dear ones will gather, and eyes look
love to eyes which speak again.
It must also be a happy day to
every body, from grandmother- in
the corner to the cat slumbering at
her feet A day for devout worship,
joyous festivity, kindly deeds, old
teuds healed no. new friendshir
made; in short, a glorious, old-fashioned
Things Worth Knowing.
Preparing a Face Bath.
The proper way to prepare a face
bath is to fill a bowl with hot water,
dip in it a flannel cloth, rub the soap
on this until there is a thick lather;
pass it gently but briskly over the
face With both hanks wash the
soap off, sponge with cooler water,
dry on a soft towel., afterward using
the palms of the hands to arouse cir
culation. After the face is thor
oughly dry take some unguent on
the fingers and begin the massage.
Almond oil and cocoa butter are
both softening and are easily and
quicklv absorbed. But no unguent
must be used constantly or it will
produce a light dow upon the face.
In the morning the face should be
washed in hot water containing any
thing the skin may seem to demand.
November Ladies' Home Journal.
When TffE Cafcasja gets 20,
000 subscribers some of our present
subscribers will say was one of jts
early friends. I helped double its
circulation by sending in a clqb of
new subscribers." (tf.)
According to Dawin and others, it
take a monkey thousand of years to
make a man of himself, but a man
can make a monkey of himself in less
than a minute.
oa ean h-ar Thankivin min ?
with tbe jolliest kin 1 uVunJ:
Yon ean hear tbo lurkev holler for a
mile or two around;
1- .. iL.i k.u in it. a be 1
r or wi -
has be n in the past.
Anhe thinks that every minute i
je' sure to be his last! .
You ran hear Tbanksgvm """"
with a rush an' with a roar,
An th knie an' forks a-bummm
as w pas tha plate for more.
O.it's jolly every tninut, m me
north an in the south.
For the turkey-gobbler's in it. an
A T1hi la W lradl.
"Why do you look so dismal. Fa
ther Wilhamr Said the young tur
key to the gobbler.
"My son, ' replied the mature iuru.
"I am reflecting on the near ap-
d roach of Thanksgiving day, wun
the certaintv that many of our num-
her will be knocked into the muiaie ;
. - . - .
of necks tweak." Judge.
Remain tx-r Ihe Poor.
"Yes we should all think of tbe
pnor on Thanksgiving.
-N we should. Did you give
. i i ? a
anvtning tuis yean
"Thanks." -Texas Siftings.
Iu Great Lurk.
Charles nave you anythg to be
thankful for to-day f
Frederick Heaps. 1 ve eoutrived
to break off all my engagements to
marry. Chicago News.
A Hong of Thanksgiving
turkey stood in a ranberry
And sang till his throat was sore;
For all day long, he sang this song:
We shall meet on that beautiful
Hungry Hyslop Can't you help
me a bit, boss? I hain't had nothin'
to be thankful for to-day
Mr. Delmonico Savarin (who has
dined too well) Be thankful that
you haven't an indigestion! Puck.
If Any Are Alive.
"I heard little Johnny say that
Thanksgiving day would be here
soon," said a young turkey to its
mamma. "Do turkeys have Thanks
giving days, ma!"
"Yes my dear," replied the mam
ma turkey. "We will hold ours after
the folks at the house have had
theirs if we live." Judge.
Where He Wornhlpn.
Blooburaper- I suppose you will
repair to your place of whorship on
Thanksgiving day, as the president
recommends in his proclamation.
Lpatts Yes, I expect to eat my
dinner on that day at my best girl's
Mr. Brady (survej-ing the scanty
repast) 'Tis dev'lish little dinner
we haye to be t'ankful fer this day,
In or a!
Mrs. Brady Whist, Molike! Yez
do be fergettin' that we should be
t'ankful there do be no more here to
ate it! Puck.
No Names Mentioned.
She Isn't it a pity that they don't
have mistletoe on Thanksgiving, as
they do at (JhristmasT
He Do you think, Miss Maude,
thfit it is always er ahem neces
She It seems to be for some men
Brother J. T. B. Hoover, Assistant
Lecturer of the N. C. Farmers'
State Alliance, will address the
brethren and public generally in
Smyia, 10 a. m.,
Coledonia, 2:30 p. m.,
State Line, 10 a. m..
Brownville, 2:30 p. m.,
Gio, 10 a. m.,
Hamlet, 2:30 p. m.,
Old Hundred, 10 a. m.,
Laurel Hill, 2:36 p. m..
Spring Hill, 10'a. m ,
Moflman, Z:6U p. m., "
Green Lake, 1Q a. m.r "
Roberdel, 2:3Q p. m., - v
Wolf Pit, 10 a. m.,
Zion, 2:30 p. m., "
Bostic Sch'l House, 10 a. m., "
Fair Ground, 2:30 p. m., "
Mountain Creek, lo a. m., "
Jordan Hill, 2:30 p m., "
Pee Dee, 10a. m., Dec. 1.
Mangum, 2:30 p. m., I.
Brother Hoover represents the
Business Agency and carries sam
ples, &c, to show you. Go and hear
facts why you should belong to the
Alliance and why you should trade
through the Business Agency.
W. H. Worth, S. B. A.,
N. C. Farmers' State Alliance.
MARION BUTLERS APPOINTMENTS.
Will speak at the following times
Benson, Friday, Nov. 24th.
Kenansville, Dec 5th.
$100. REWARD, $100.
The reader of tins paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at
least ope dreaded disease that science
has been able to cure in all its
stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure known to the medical frater
nity. Catarrh being a constitution
al disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
taken internally, acting directly on
the blood and mucous surfaces of
the syste'm, thereby destroying the
foundation of he disease, and giv
ing the patient strength by build
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Nov. 23-3t-2P. Goldsboro, N. C.
SilAMt OS TUB.
Continue! fnm firt page.
justice were done them
would te in
. t, . . . ... ,.nti .
the jnitentiary. nui iur difficult t.
.. k;.,.w-? rf instuv. ther are
candidate for public officr, id the
U-ueticiarie of tb ir own crime.
A SAMPLE CASE IS ALABAMA.
Attention has rvoeutly been called
to tbe evidence in the xntrted elec
tion case of Wheatly . Cobb, from
Alabama, now jeiidiug before the
House election commit te. It is not
a case of Kepublicati agaiust Demo
crat, but of a lVpulitt who was a
Democrat against a Democrat, It is
the old story so often related n
every Southern State and so success
fully repeated last week in irginia.
In Alabama the election office! s were
all Democrats, apiointed by the Teni
ocratic machine. They are instruct
ed, generally, to make no returns
from a district where the majority
is largely against the Democratic
Mr. Whateley shows by the evi
dence of the supervisors, as well as
by the sworn testimony of hundreds
of witnesses that in many of the pre
cincts in the Fifth District of Alaba
ma at the last congressional election,
the Democratic election officers did
not make any return of the vote or
else they purposely neglected to com
ply with some requirement of the law
or they did not appear at the polling
place at all.
For instance, in the election pre
cinct in Macon county, commonly
called Tuskegee, at box No. 1,368
votes were cast for Whateley and 00
fcr Cobb, and in box 2, 1 6 votes were
cast for Whateley and 24G for Cobb,
giving Whateley a majority of ?0 in
But the election ollicers made no
return whatever of the votes. Iu
precinct No. 3 the same thing was
done, no return being made of the
vote. In precinct No. 4 the return
was not made out properly, purpose
ly, and the canvassing board threw
the votes out, refusing to allow any
correction or to receive any evidence
in the matter.
i nat thing went on in that way
all over the district. Wherever Cobb
had a majority in a precinct the re
turns were properly made. But
where he was in the minority the re
turns were either improperly made or
not made at all, and at numerous
precincts the regularly appointed
election officers did not appear to
hold an election and in every such
case it was a precinct where the I cm
ocrats were in the minority.
Many of the United States Super
visors who swear to this state o;
things were Democrats and so swear
in their testimony,
The case perfectly illustrates the
Democratic machine methods of con
ducting elections and counting ma
jorities. They speak of it boasting
ly. The practice was originally re
sorted to to count out the negro, but
it answers the same purpose iu count
nig in a machine Democratic when
the contesting candidate is not a lie
publican but a Populjst or anti-ma
How long the white people in the
South who are jn reyolt against cor
rupt machine methods wjll submit
to this condition of things remain e
to be seen.
A VETERAN'S VERDICT.
The War is Over. A Well-known Sol
dier. Correspondent and Journal. '
'st Makes a Disclosure!
72;J2HLV,' I'1"!'"' and no "ate bears a bet-
literature it la rapidly
".VS. ?Pf tuan It doe. In
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ewell. well known as -writ
ins ti... nT.r..tuuODOraDle PO"iii ,n. I)uri
faniry VolunTee 1! fiopStant
la,nc1 he WT 'olFows: -tM-vPrrl
of us old veteran, hem i
2U. . V. t.avalry and of th iah
it. .mim;h Kestoratlve Nerrlne. Heart "u 5
, rr"HJI!f that compare with them of
e hate none but words of praise for th
XUntgroWth of aPMwrlnclplI
fl v w' ?ne .VP."1 ytem wonder?
1 Yl-" a EST SW1S
Tlnje remedies are sold by all druSbTtiS
reins tt prire. fi TUVbottlef.bo&fe I?
Sold by All Druggists, ang. 10-2p
I will pay in cash, $25.00 for the
Optober. Taylor i, about 26 yeaw
has black hair, dark mustache" dark
brown eyes, and is low in stature
rut m i
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the gennn :..
banker. It ,
sent onlv t.
date of tt iu
Uear r:- I;
tu your pt- ; ,
and wet'kly 1,. v
the agrieulturu. :
as will 1. j .. , , .
you withhold 1,
from all apt'lun-
ng to oppose th,
of money. !.:
the eoin and th.
er moncv ot th.- .
we can better pi..;, ,
repeal the la
banks, ur to i
I.. . "
will, thervfore, .
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ers ree your in :,.
OUl-e, aud eliga-.'' '.
interest, that t
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But the follow
pers named m,-
source, aud an
about the sain.'
through other n,
prove there ,:.
occupied stu b 11
was a scoundrel.
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lieve the other w;, -
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" PRIVATE Ai
"It is advisable 1
power to sustain u
lv Ttrom 1 t, 11 1 ii,.u.,.,., .
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luc ivinni uj nun atrr:,-uljuf.
as will oppose the i--uiug of
VkonV na hap ... I t
wiinuoia patronage aud tt,n
all applicant w In. nt , ,
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upnuse ine ifreeni.a. k or g,r
issue ol paper limn.
beeretai v, J47t'nJ
Uctouer 'J, 11 4 .
CHU'Al.O IV I KK ILItAS
ii you win nouee ult. t'
following, you wiii w thiiir.
to corrupt the lull r ( t.ttU ,fcJ
oeiore tue majont v r ltss!
fallen .into the hiin.ls f tWM
The following is taken fr
Chicago Inter ! fce.tii:
HTl. t..... l .
iiio iiuei 'eean Hi'kli"l
the receipt of the t..iii,R
document which v.nu tutiii
from New lork Sat unlay no:
J.HK AMERICAN 15 A V kills AJ
J47 15roaihi'i v, Hmiiil
New York, rtub-r a n
STR!CTI. I U I VATt.
uear oiri I leae insert to
clotted printed slip as
on the editorial page of your i
sue immediately fullnwini.' tit
ceipt of tLia, and seiul niarl'cJ
and bill to yours truly,
247 Broinlnvj, W
Comments on sli nuttoeif
naif a column Mill ltei;l!d
billed at the same time.
The Inter-Ocean says:
"The following is the ixa
which we are asked to in scrim
ed matter on the editorial w
other wordH, as a statement ew
"The Oreenbaek party Lai
through its managers to nell c
the Democrats, and hereaftertef
in Democratic harness if apj
a few of their leader can m
ed. This merely shows Lot H
dependence there is to be plara
the leaders of lunatics who m
for money based on nothing
The Inter-Qceau retiiark
"Wp insert this, hut wen
no bill for it. We shall
because in the firKt nlace
follow directions ahout leif
secondly, because we are totfk
to say that we do not htlievJJ
of the statement to htnJl
tempt to thus malieiously dfrtf
Greenback party without aab;
a word of proof is a Piece w
IflHB and km 7H11 .-ffrOIlterT
OUffht to heheneath Hnvlwi
mercial centlemcn. and Pn
the American Bankers' Asso1
NEW YORK SU
On the same day that tbtjj
a Eennbliean naner, the Wf
was sent to the N'" 1x
The Sun says:
The following was receiv
terday at the office of the But
The American- Bavkkk'
New York,Oetuher!. ls"
.lif;0i r,,i tiDtrkexi
rtartAi nrifli tit
. t . v i ' i r wrfir.
"The prospect is that in
there u ill not be a , nb?crt
in ihe land. Ove.il';''
made by the leaders ol the Or
movement to President n (i
g),n1nn thn f 2 reetlhaCS " J
cause, providing he will P'JJ
official positions to about i J
the most blatant of the Vf
tor more money
A first-clais workman to ft
old political issue which. bjj
through twenty years ot
strife. Said issue has gr1
iu size since its last
j :e rtf Vw inflate".
can not be infoW J
vs. It also neei j
auu ix it vnu nun
rvmr. nf nai
eletL Must be ready fof
Pent 1 af 1 RQA. AddreSS, .
. .., Manager GoIdbnjfJJg
P S TmnfTAtA SOU , J
- . t L:Mdi W,
(if von are the new
the same footing with us.
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