The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) /
Nov. 30, 1893, edition 1 /
Part of The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.) / About this page
page has errors
The date, title, or page description is wrong
This page has harmful content
This page contains sensitive or offensive material
..If. A i. HUT
S I AN
- - r
pVOOF YHE EDITOR ON THE
,SSJES Of THE DAY.
rj jjKt- we great many Democrats
h,o!i'n to be Democrats trom
..jj.lei, vet who will .hurrah for
thine duriug a campaign, anu
hol against -that tume thing
S .... th. election.- 1 his was
.litien of the Iluleigh Democrats
hurrahed for Cleveland and
,TH ervice Reform during the cam-
aitn, T't when a close or civn ser-
(rrf rm was served out to them
xi ta" of the'Italeigh .postomce,
ot.j.-cted to -if and' whimpered
whined about it. i'hey said
.v tl i i not know that it meant for
theVfct men to hold the offices, for
lbeV wanted the little juicy places
fr 'their ward-jiolitical henchmen
td tn-elers. 4 he same thing is true
imi (he tariff. They all hurrahed
itfc one nnanirnous' wild chorus for
, r$ reform while they were asking
fljr vot-s hut now they opjiosed to
tariff reform if it tonchet their in-
jmtriet. They want tariff-reform
f rthe other fellow.' ' Delegations of
Iwnvrats from-West Virginia, Vir-
jfini, Georgia; Alabama, and from
ther stares are trying- to- convince
he-ffftv and means'-committee' that
-j,pv hnrrahed for tariff' reform" for
tht "party's sa-ke,-but' did not mean
il. rreh'is one'Of' the results of
sfarimrntal' polities in the South:
Hit the- f tinniest ' thing about ' this
matter, iV that papers' that" hurrahed'
for free silver durrrtg'the' campaign;
but turned goMbtrs 'as 'Brton as-thJ-rkctimi-'tvas'
dver,'"are" hoW twisting
thesv tariff inert' for not berrfg willing1
m etitti d by the1 platform. ' Such
i !ieterogenious party, 'with " such1
faring ami reVo'tlng inconsistences
is Umnd to go.., to, pieces, as the
shackles of partisanship are loosened.
Thereat pri uc-ipa .of , the People"
movement are buundo.win., , , , j
Mr. Thurston, the Minister from
the Hawaiian Islands, at Washing
tun, lias published a Vepiy to 'Cdm
niissioiier Blount's report of the Ha
waiian affair. He' charge's Minister
Blount with misrepresenting the
jj facts.' He says MrvBlount evident-1
(Ik wefit- to the'-Islands' not'to' find
Itit" facts but to act as an attorney to
get up testimony to support -a view
11 L Tl I Unot TT 11 1L 11 1 1 11 1 UVVIUVU '
.fere goings ' He pnores4 that the
iwtis overth'rew the monarchy and
hat s the4 U.f -8; 'troops U ndet Mi his ter
mtia bad-'nothing 1 to do with 'it.
He says that the revolution 'com
aenced on Satnrday an'd- that ' Mini1
iter teten's'dfd 'not order thd r.'S.'
rolps'to land 'till" 'Mbnda'y Evening'
iaJ'their'gate theni orders tb simply
protect " thfe ' Ih'es ' 'and ' property ' of
Ammcari'ritiierrs there1.' "
When we Vrbtfe our tirst article oh
.hw'qifestkm'' -we' liad' rtad ' only One
ideknd'tj'e'rt 'iiclihted lO'tllifik- that
President! Cleveland's " nrse' " W
right ' For -we' then1 taught' that; thfe
'iaeen had been' 'fdrced ' to '"abdicate
erth'ro'n'e'b'fb'rce 'from ou'r troops, j
if arong-'agtonw XJueeh'Kaa
ieeildone'TltE ' Ca'WXbIaS' thought
inu said that it was the honorable
and manly ''thing1 for tlie United
States to undo the" wrong. A great
jovemment like ours could less af
ford -to, take adV4ntageiof! a wak ene,
'baa a treng oas yen "But 'it novr
Jeems tht n' 'Wrong has-been tvoue
'oat thfe greet; icrong -will 'be 'done
President 01evelad : persewrea in'
declared ' KsHcy to overthrow tbc
people's gavernraent'Of14 the isiand
ad ?eeteren iHiworthy Queen.' "u'
Joe Ca.dw.lt.the .editor.. .of
l i(T'harfttteuPhserser,..greatly unr,
'tiiast PUigence of the
iPifcY .AMCft -the .election , fi .Mr.
t'taeland,.,which.he.. advocated, and
i;ncS. , the xiemonetization , ;f Bilver,
xb'Qh.he.also advxxitedj prices hav
n gojng;dQwiVi llejadyocatad and
kei.thtv.peppLs.ta.vote foraod. eih
(Jrse..tiifc .Presideat, and his-, gold
policy bocuiise. it would, Jia said, jn
creai the. priccof. Jabor and pro
, isow-.that prices., have con
tinued ta gadowihe.fcMr. Caldwell)
Us back on the overproduction
eory., Jiesays that is .why cotton
H Wulow.-.,'i ljut .there was-less- cotton'
made.laat.ypar .tiaaiteiyear .beforei
nere' vjIl he .leas' this, jieaci it is es-
"mafaa tiua last year yet Mr. Cald -
MMs oyeirproduotion. Suck-
"A-ttUl swallow this
7. TTtTT.ni C ' 4.4.1 f-'1 '
l"erJ fttate,.and 4ever.v.coujitv ia.
everi:-tUe, and p eery..TOting pre-
b ery .countyiw.here;an,.elec-.
M"u aw.UeQu held ihif Jail .the Popr
st,Jasuie big jgains aVhat does
meSf' ? ThRt. hahi, ia.hrjikinir
. truth .iewsteadily erain-
I D rw "
ground. N9W , 4Tery . Popuj
aL Put hu shoulder to the wheel
T - - j ....... 11 . .. . - . -. . -
"5"l'Jt m.j .1 n I lit
iad4 gains- everywhere
CHARITY A PARJ OF THE CONSPIRACY.
The fato of 'the cifcy of aaoient
Troy, whieh ltrayed-Uyept
.. wic jjujn uure a a gut irom
the (irefcks, has give'u the world for
all future ages a warning. It is wije
to fear the Greeks bearing gifts, to
day as much as it would have, bteu
for the Trojans then. The money
power is plotting agaiutt the liber
ties of tfie people to-day as the
Greeks did against the 'people of
ancient Troy. The papers and the
politicians who are ever ready to ad
vocate any legislation that will rob
productive labor, are the first to ad
vocate some special act of charity or
benevolence. They do this to tT? to
cover their tracks. They do it not
out of love for the people, but to fool
them and hold their confidence. For
instance the New York World, which
belongs to the English Jews and
goldbugs, and advocates the t'amna-,
ble financial jolicy that Vi.rds the
people for the benefit of the specula
tors, bankers and stock gamblers, is
always ready to get Up u bread fund
to feed the staryingMpour, or to raise
funds for a stricken section. Had
it not been for the bad financial leg
islation fostered by the-World and
its masters, it would not have. been
necessary to raise a bread fund to
feed those who are willirg to work
in New York, but could not get
work. .1 Another case in point was in
the LJ...S. Senate the other day. Just
after the bill to demonetize sifrer
had passed, Senat r Hoar, one of the
goldbugs, immediately offered aljlll
to vote money for the relief of a cer
tain number of families' in South
Carolina who . had suffered -.from a
cyclone. While this bill was under
discussion Senator Stewart; sid i . ' ;
"Mr. President, I have always been
in favor of extending relief to th
unfortunate to the full extent of the
Constitutional power of the United
States, i. This bill provides for re
lieving the suffeiing from a cyclone,'
whieh .was a force of nature,, which
deprived a few persons of their propy
erty anu means oi support; out
when we enter opoo 'tui class of
legislation we ought., to, retlect that
there has recently been a legislative
cyclone, which has been muclvmore
far-reaching in its effects, nd'has.
not only temporarily , deprived a few
people of employment and theiriea'tts'
of livelihood, but has doomed to
starvation and beggary "millions of
bur fellow-citizens, who are to-day
begging for bread, and who in the
coming Winter must suffer, untold
misery. If this bill shall become a
law, it will furnish a precedent foi;.
the appropriation of many millions
of dollars if other cases equally
Worthy are to be provided' fOi4. ' ' 1U
1 ' "I am notssorry that the Senator,
from Massachusetts by this; bill has
oalled to the attentiojr d,f the Senate
the suffering and -distressful, .-one
quarter in order that some'lrealfzing
sense may be had of the-Universal
suffering which the legislation in
these hallshas inflicted, upon the
people of theVUoited States.
"1 am clad that Hii question of
suffering .and-starvatlM is t6je dis
cussed. I hope, the 'bill will Ik" re-
fprred to the4 committee biu Finance,
and that they will colder Ji& what
extent it is possible tot congress to
extend relief to the sufferers, who
must starve during the-c4ming;Winv
ter, not on account ot cyclones ot
nature, but on aceortift or eyclouWot
legislation,, dictated..- and carried
through by Executive authority."
nThe Senator1 size's" up tliis'spe'cies
of hvnocricy,"whtCh ' is part' llof ' the
Conspiracy in a ery umciv auu. ul
ting taanner., Thei millionaires Ufce
Rockefeller, .Carnegie and Arinour,
who give large "sums of money to
Qhurches'and school "are a"yart' of
tne same couspiiacv. , "f . 6i',v,,
part'of their ill gotten gains. , to re
institutions, tp .get.rhftpr.eacJwrs and
e.d,ucatqrs to'Jaud themand. jjihstify
their methods. This .bnsinees i -al
rpadv norruntinff the church, and
J I ,r i t i ."..ill"'
gaping the very foundation of our
m una tJ.mal ?nkHtutloiiS. ; .The' soon
r . r u,41ti u
er, the people are aroused to the
,prfW of- this '; deet' -and" daii-
gerous1 "conspiracy the' quick a tne
fatal cancer, will Wpjucked; from,
the heart of. .tne jiation. Beware o
the Greeks bearing gifts
H I ii
WOMAN SUFFRAGE IN GOtORlDO'. 'r'
' . The proposition to , confer ip'n
the women of '.Qol.qradp ,.he same
rights as possessed by otjier citizens
with regard to 'suffrage' was 'carried
at, the late election by haadsome
maiority. The act of the legislature
CiPUferring the Ji5
follows: ,., ... , ii.ii 1 . -1-.'
.f'That every, .female, person; .shaj
be entitled to, vote .at all elections, -in
tlip same -manner .in . all respects.4s
'mile persons aw or shall be, entitieiL
to vote byThe conaaiuiionani,tjo
of .this State, and tbesanifrquaUficaw
tiofla as.togei:citizeosldp,Bd tima
of residence in the btate, county
pt, resiuence in
city,- ward, and . ptwinxw
other qucKtions rerey;
Ur, entitle 'male perlcnf lp,Y0
I i. . -
be re6uiid to !$.yFfWn
neit election. . ..Xorth Carolina is 'Hot
ready yet tofblloW'stii'"4"
YES. LiGHT IS NEDEP. . ,
The mystery abont the election La I
w hat becam of . the . Vopu list vote,
Perhaps Mr. Butler can throw some
light u pou the subject North Caro
linian. ' "
Yesj Mr. Daniels is right'wh'en he
says there" is mystery about the'elec
tions in Xorth Carolina and yirginjia.
There Is mystery, ubout what . be-,
come, of, 1'eople'a. party totes after
they,. are. .put in. the. ballot. boxe&
Why the county cotnmisionere will
not appoint a member of the People's
party recommended1 by the 'chairman
of the YA: Ccm.' to' serve "on " the
Board ' of Judges at the elections is
where the mystery commences. ' Jt
is a mystery why men who "intend"
to count the votes honestlv will per
sist in following a course which puts
them under suspicion not only with
then-political opponents' but even their
politica'I friends. '' Why men who
have expressed such must horror at'
iH'gro ruk," vvho 'ii: 'the. past. have.
grown red with rage at the idea of a
negro holding an. .office', of position-,
payor trust, should 'themselves' ap
point hegroes 1 (not ' intelligent or,
honesf.uegroes. but. as a rule ignor-
ant and disreputable darkies) to1 as
sist them in holding an ; election',, &
indeed a. great., mystery.. If they
wanted a negro, they might take a
negro that had the respect .and .gou
fideace, .of other negioe&y But they
Could find white men of the highest
character 1 who' would fill the piafie,
butut is a. mystery why they are boD
Wanted. Why honest men want to
jet m the dark m, dark, hojiii VQtiDg
places to oariy ou a electioii1 is also
a mystery ' ' W'heiv Cod'' t urjiishes
sunlight.lior the contyenjaijce.Qf. nuia-.
kind,i why -should- honest ' men build'
a "bull pen" toshut'o't the.ligKf'ro
their action while they are charged
with the great 1 duty of registering1
the will of the people ?', ft "is 'an,
astonisning mystery ! hy ua t re
turning ' board s-honld'alWaVs find' IV
. . . - . l.iV'l ft.
cincts that go anti-Democratic, while
the1 ' "irregularities"1 'in D'emWatic1
precincts where they did their dirty
work can not be seen by thern or are too
Ijmall or pr,obabIy,di4 nef(l9CQurJ,.is1in-,
deed anothex,greatin)j ste.ry, Why the
places, vhere . e,ueh auspicious.. cou4
ductoccura,. ihould gie large Deni-j
ocratic. roajorities, 1 1 Where everybody
thonght before1 that'' the 'party' 'Was
in a'nririority;' t Wutelfef ''steryi
If Mr. Butler" had seen' wlijit went
6f behind' the' cuVtairj. jast fal in,
North Carolina and this fall in Vir
ginia, he could" have thrown' 'tmrdh
ight. on4.thausituatku, to the' dw-t
conifituneiandichagjriny Hd dmifet,1 of
Mr...Diuiielaand4those.iif' 'hi8i inei;
ShaJlu suchi thjngs C0Btiue?,l-If!
they da that will thenbe-ia"mysteryf
that.we will ask' Mr." Daniels 1 to-ex--"
rl.jjj. . .' i i,i '.114,1 4'.'- '. .' 4i'4.iUU;
S,i ' if "Mr. Daniek1 will-read
an -artiek'- in ' lust" issue 'headed
Why -S(Mn -A&be"rejoices,"' ' he C-M4ilf
tiudusome ' food 'for tlitodght bri the
Virginia;sitiatioii '" l" '""' "'
iil. .11.1 ! K"i 41 MH-I
The lialeigh correspeindenti of u the
CharLotte .Obseryer (Cob F.-Ai' Wlds)
iu his, letter, of- Nov. . 20h, sayt? J 4
tires, iwiw otUcesejctiSiitUirdavj. niaw
make lJaleigh his. hpniv .ile, is. iery
niucli esteemed here,
; Recently we have been struck with J
the cnarge ot ( attitude $tx , tne ;;qr;
Mns'and machine "cuckoos" toward
O, (,.,,,, iu 4ii.nl r.i r..'.ii ..".r.
4 1 w i i.i n. ,1 AC?rieil I?..i.iilll'"1T1 '1 1 O
..4... -t 1 -f ' .4l.l - u,.4.
same men who,were eausd ,Vfi
at' least ignored r sp,pken Jigtly p,fj
are iiom.; referred to in coaxing .and,
complimentary terms. There is a
deep tfmtit' iitiorutt this.' '"We
benofir,atic.1bpssfis nQtwithatadingX'For tan'de',' he 'dhafgecT,' 'iii' "effect1,4
their lying and swearing to tte. coin,- that those whoi applanuact "uie Chttrr
trary. , know that the. Remocratia -.man of the meeting, Mr. B. S. Gay,
;"..'"(. . r. . A- .1 who is alsO'Ohawnitiu 9Ptho!ioty
partys.n a-big minority in.Xar,tk prntive committee.
Caroljua. . ,They also k.now;sithat
there will be trouble before the peo
ple will submit to iisnchi frawdsv as
L were, .practicedi1,last .fall ito iper.vrt
c'onferieoee oneri.the alarmiag aitua
tion. ' They decided that it 'wad lleb-
eseary;, .rrilmKe MgTO.wte.
Of the JState next tune towin. Tbey-
bref erred the 'hegr6; loem 'white "Ke'-'
puDijcan j. of. ffvoitafi, tmikw)
did not .think. they vconkt get' 'the
annnort-of the ihtelHkeniU-hite''Ke-
publiqaoj s,' .aii , ftftd, tthjey . thought
the negro eoald -be-gotten wettipky-
ing a'' fe'ngrb'fach'ers and preach7
ers, $mt, ithe, ..white. IvepwWicanfl
woHldidictate lernife befre he'wottld
aef, with, tliemv ;iBut. fhej al.ft-J
cidextiuyi.ythatiieniecfei xw$ twouia
have on the Republican leaders.
Orders have3 gone Aoutu rona , head
garters to work this racket Col.
A,? u-4 ,..i.,i-w-.u,. 'i.m( Tn Yl.t
the will-of' the peopleiliiiTli'hilgh
ptlesti; "among oes'jye tgljH ..'a
iiw.L...i V"''!'-i'i'i4' i' ' " -ii-i. -L tnatarai viewea irom tne swnapoint
-paragraph. Ahen Collector W hitel. A i1'1 v'i V- 4-1 L ' i
i, j i i i i. , - -rf bf the Southern Deniocratic bossat
.) fhP thin tAffv dislw4l-OHt4o him -t.X 4.44 fi4. it .tic. r ,ii t
CL1C ill lllC4 1 ii. ucutc iw ouy i
4l4vUl Ik'l l- '1,'- ' l't.4. Ul'lllliil f. "
dread the thin taffy dished-out to him
feornerte rp, 4jstaRt; rjasti.Aadi
fliiin amiloil at trio rlisfrocs nf tViol
GpLDSBORO, N. C, -THURSDAY, XOVKMBKlf
WHO IS WRONG
EITHER SENA'TOR RANSOM OR A CtMO
CRAT1C EDITOR 'N H S CC'JSTf
' MISSTATE THE FACTS " '
' A30UT THAT S;L-
VER MEET'NG 11
The (litiraaian Htnt-i tti-uml I.--e
llifiu lu t iKhl it Out.
' The Washington corresjMjndent of
the Charlottee Observer says 'under
date of Nov. 21st:
WH A I SEXATOU 1UXSOM .A.Vfv.
, "Senator liansoiu is here but ex
pects to gu home in a day or two.
The Senator, tells his friends that he
is pietty well satisfied with that
Northampton silver meeting. All
except' four democrats, sided with
hini. He did not, as reported iu
Populist and IleiuiblTcan papers,
'get 'angry and fly off the helve, buf
he sent some hot shot into the camp
of deserters from the f )emocratic jar-
iy, many of whom weit4 at-the meet
ing.. They controlled its actiou" "'
' The Senator says is he satisfied With
the result of the meeting. T, he fact
is he was never more chagrined in
his , life, to te censured by, a juevl iug
irrespcQtive, of . party of .the.fitiwiu
of his. county., ; He. jsay thaLall the
Democrats. aided. .with .him Imt four,
and that the Populists-control led the
mteting.1 -If thfs" is?i tr'ne thtM it is
an ltdmisf?oTi: that the PebpVs party
is hi it bfgniajority in N'orthamptoi'i.'
He 'says he'poured' bbt shot into' the
ranks of the "defer ters. from, tlje
Democratic party." This is very
funny, the gold bug -minority pour
ing hot , shot. nto the ran bumf the
great'mass of the 'people,1 who know
what BfemoeraCy is1 and ref rrde1 to'f ol
loW one "who ha's gone'oVer' t'6 the1 mo
,nop6list's"but still masiu'erattes under
the Tlag of ''fjembcracy. The Sena-
" i-.irri .ii.i.ii . .1 ...... .. ..,..4.
tor "poured hot shot" into those who
disagreed wjth hjm. , m.cv.&f Jhose..
was ( lr., (,' ay, .the. , chalan.au , ,pf tliie
f)emocratit; e&eoutLve.. committee of
the county, who was also chairman
of this meeting. ' Tlie" Senator says
he did nbt'get maU & ''.the1 'Populisi'
'aTidltepublicau' "papers say. '" "Tlie'
following'' ediioriaf taken from a
Democratic paper, (The Patron and
Glearierpublishedin his, 9 571 ooun-i.
ty, bears testimony, to tlje.ppntrary.
WH4.T! A,.J)E.V.ft(;A'JCW J'A.J'EJi.SAYS-.
' "The call for. tho -meet-in4 which.
was. .held. at JTacksou last Muuday ki-
v-ited. ,all citizens of . prtluimpton,
wlinoui legard 10" uaHjj uiiii:it;juij&?
to assemble at Jackson in mass meet
ing to express their opinion on the
repeal- bill which -was' -undur-disc'us-''
sion...in.. the Senate, at tliei time -the
call.vas made; aso, t9h.ai)k,vSpijaUP
Vance for his fight for free, silver..
vs we unuerstanu 1 uue iiieeiing was
riot to censure anv citizens of this
State' Whb'is iiOt 'tor free ' slWer, ii'or
,as itti' neeting' of' ttiambers' of : tin V
ope political :partyvliut.o all -parties'
who believe m the tree anu unlimiteU
coinage of silver,, as .dechu'Kd.iu tht;
platforms of the political parlies re
presented "Iff thi4''$tafe. 'Senator
iiawsoin; whbse'honieTs' ln-turs coitn
itv, was present, and as he is pixd
to tfit:freQ coipage.of sils.e.adud vot-
ed fpr the .repeal bj.lL t that, i has i uojv
'tecome a law, and .whoUian. ardent
ittppprtr qf.; Prit6adtJut4.:lUlKvekind4
construed the meeting as aiviniplit-dui.'.. When they finally reach., this, con.-
censure jjpftu, his .courae-io tlui Sou
atft and early in the day announced.
th a t,he , woiil d oniuse tlia reslint ton 6
offered, not becausoof. auy.-daf"
ferenceibetveen .luniseli and Senator
p 'Vance, but bevuuse he ibeliavedj the
.nl.nieeting.iwas to.ilwheku fbnfcbe-ipurt-
pqse.of ej.prets.ui; disuppruvaj ar lus
voteaj.in the. .fnate, uiiuV thereby
showita thei Stateahu4 his own ,eouu
ty had repudiated. Iviw, u Maflyf-the4'ig always oh the side of 'the' cofpor
Wana tor. a i waa?aaes,t t i-.ien.us wow- re
gnetw.thativke.i tpok. wnyupm-t in- the
inetiagfoBiduriflgtith heat of the
debate on the resolutions the-Senator
said pmrnnVApd.Ah'ingSnai'out ibis.
wounas tnac win rase vears to neai.
Vhen 'he 'atfswereci'ir flfetidnptilf ' "6'
him 'by the 'SeiWftor,4 WereineW&ers ot
that terrible 'Gideon's11 Band:"v ' We
feel &uri that the 'SeHator-does not-
belieye that. any suohioider ex-istu m
this Qouiitv,.nofl would heoiextwess
4t4i4nsplf nnnn reflection." . .
Thei i-above editorkv-eeiiseqtfeii tly 1
answers!die:Senytor'stateTneitti' ' ,J-;
Ul' -II , ' v - ' ' ':1 H'l i ' 4 1..1 .1 11
' ' . . -.j.. I li.ll 1 4.411,4 I..
TffEf LIKE IT.
ii-Hfiw iln Xmir.hern Uemocrats relisn
,:, ,IU -.188.8.131.52 I .JfltiUUti tu.
he, performance of Commissioner
Blbuh'tl'-oF GebfglkMti' JfiV efforts to
overture ' white 1 nfaW' 'gbverii m Ml
in HawaJii in -order- to1 1 estdt e' &' blaek
qm?en ipon a throne? "Washington
"MBe- 0emocratib Asses' ctown; h'ere
lOaBfiAtitTL, ,ALl,.- -i,! , .111 1 1I-il "' liriW.i'
Y;ii oe pieaseu iviin ims4(iua. .Aire
Ptet'yirbbably ''floes'"'!!'!;1 'know 'tka't
they afe getting veryllalfect"onate'to-1
iprrfi t nnInroil n hrnt nor onn iw
.pCXUO tUV. 1,U1U11.U U.V.111.1 lUU U l.
' ...V ill! .i&il.t, -4il.il lil", Ul.lU I 'll'.
getting reaay to form a coparfner-
ship with him in the next campaign.
The course ' of:' President1 cYefeian'd
and prrinjisojiroiJiloiintiia ivery
J. . : i if .i 4 1 t
J ,.14. 144.1. .14.
j . ;iuo '..! sutn.i.ij iui4ii '
uThe Nationan atgaHftiUffi4?
iwwil 4:U 4'-' 4
1 Caucasian both one year for $1.75,
: R R S
The Richmond Di.-patch is repou-; .
nt;e lor tfie follow iitt:
It is said that- the President real-
ize4; rhat it is n-eesary to make his
ttJcii.iistnition thoroughly lK-mo ra-i
atrs and KejnUitives to .tand bt i
hiu to a man in carrvinr nut hi 1
jM.licies. There has Uvn a great I
deil of lukewarmnet he'-aus-e of th j
bIoh- methinls adopted in dealing ont
TKu ..u-..r, V.,f I.J
h.Ve Wn mrnf. nr.. f..r rimn l.nf i
4iv 1 n t i i.i i I
aftr-r the annual reports are out of j
the way there will be no further ex- j
cns', and heads ought then to drop j
it; the baiket. so that the Democrats i
cau have a fthow at the pubhol
. the aboe is one of thousands article-
that might be tlipjK-d to show
how low and mercenary i. the idea of
the old parties as to govern nn nt.
Jf the i 'resident will only . e.il out
eiKKi.'h "government pie" to Demo-
era tic cuniaign "workers, then the
bosses will ill I be satisfied. 'This will
make 'the administration -'thorough-ly
euiocTatic" and the Senators and
h'epresentatives should be no longer
lukewarm . but .enthusiastically sup
port any .-'policy" that the gnat giv
'cr of patronage may propose, 'es-,
give-the party workers u ".-how at the
public tro.igh" and they' "will then
wag " their partisan' tails' wit h great
satisfaction' anil s"ay'"ainen,"not in 'a
JLukjwar'ni but m an enthusiastic
-! - - 1 -
.niaun.er to ,a single .gpld stan.da.rd
and .uoutractiwi of .the, curreucv.to
the i ssuing of . more, bonds and. the
nicretismg of the debt and' taxes of
th people or Any "policy". that the
great' "pie Cothfter'1 'caterer' mat
name'. ' These" hieii are Democrats for
revenue Ohlv. ' The ' people,' however,
are concerned more about the poli
cies of linauce and. taxation and the
dangerous,,, growth of: monopolies
than they. are, about, who guts "gov
ern meat pits' .and who does not The
people and the. . bosses havgotten to
the' forks -.of the road." The "pie
counter'-'' 'brigade will Imve 'but little
iptluehte' with nh'e people oil the
Stuiiip in' the iiext' campaign.'
. .. .-t .. , 11
it . . - --
""THE K'A!SERSS ME'S'sAtE- '
The Oefmah Iieichstag vvas opened
by Knip'eror William yesterday with
an liddrfcsV in 'which' he'first thanked
the ' assembled legislators 'for' their'
support of ' his military ' policy, and
.then-asked1 them to vote the m cessary
appropriations for carrying it out. '
t in -.,,niy wvit wav the y. :"
to be raised to cover tne cost of main
taining . peace by an increase. in the
army, (the limperor dd not stato, but
suggested that plans for atrengtheii
uig 'flie' financial' system of the gov
.ejnnieht ' Svonld "be Jaid" before' ' the
IJeinhstag for its. consideration and
COUlilUmiOe." t, .;. -.1'
., TJie .peace of Europe cpmes . high,
btit a wav is generally found to pay
ror tne luxury, anu it win uouotiess
be sii itfthe'caSe Of OCl'matiy.' 'What
, ,he 'Knieror wants he' generally sne
ceeiLsi.m.gettiugy but it ts gradually
dawning,. upon, the people that. vast
'military establishments are more of
a ' burden ' than blessing and that
peace "1' 'h'ardly Worth the having
whieh cair only be had by acanstant
isappiug of their energies and strain
upoiv their slender resources.
illusion, "eniierors will cease to be
dictators and parliariients' cease to be
coaxedf,' c"ajoicd,-- or intimidated to do
the impervil 'bidding. -Wushmgton
P03t,., i ... 1 1 ; .. ,.i.ll .- ..I 1..
' We filip.Uie above for two. reasons,
first it -.contaius ..a. news item, and
second we. m ish .to call attention to
the last paragraph. A paper that
'a'tions herej is ahrav-ita-kiifg-the side
,0, the pt-ople'4'in' : foreign' Conntrie3.'
Xhis is vi-bbablv ribrie'tw bliifd' and
tool 'the people here.' ' 'Tlie ' iebple
should' remember that 'tVhe Post stood
by. imperial Cleveland aud.the.gold-
l lings yhehjliey were coaxing, .cajol
ing and i;ntjniiitati,qg cp.ugre.ss to, de
sert t he people. ; The .Pt'sL caiiido
nothing.f or i ju6,ticq in. ( ' ermany, but
if it would ad vociite1 justice aml take
the ade-of thepeoile here; it could
accomplish great' good. "" ' - '" "
41 'J 41 1
i 4 rs 4. ;
. uist-dusa uift.uiau lo iciiaii xu
.. i.i i. i. -.1 ...... i . A... -..4
old political issue which has passed
T4.!4 ........... - ' - ...
through twenty years of storm . and
strife, fciaid issue has greatly shrunk
in'size since its Jast active, service,
........ . . 1 1 . ! ' ' ' . 1 . . ... 1
114 -- ..... 4 - . . . . .1.
and if it can not be inflated it will
...II ... 4- i.-iT 4. i.:.i, ...... . .1
be" worthless. It also" needs a fresh
. . . ' 1 " ' i-"
I'. 11 1 . -11
coal 01 1 paiiiL, a rJcw cyer, aif u 11
jp'rbbabljave to be entirely remod
eled. Jlust be ready for use. bv
Sept 1st. 1S1U. Address,
1 ji.,,1 in . ... ..... ... .. .1
. , VYM. C. H 1IITXEY,
.' r,H.-ii,ir.ii I I' ...... I.
. .4 Manager Goldbuj? Combine.
4,.P.'S.'' Uemdcratsantl llepiiBlicans
(if joii'are'thei'i'ght'kilidy Mfaiia1 do
the sfiHiieiffM'ing4witlr trs:' 'r- (tf."y -
'.111 l-art - l 14 .1.-4 -. -..t.
'''iTSiiLiMia.viioysT- 4 Mis- .strong--
TmmdcmV.Ai-.ne.YBr..- eouia.i see ...auvt;AV ti,., t M; f...
4, l. ;i ' i .T
particular ra,svqm why the Missiipiia
river shonki be called the rather of
Water!., Why not the u Mot her . 4 of.
waterii .444.414 n.11., .4.. n j.i ui i,:
near ihe doarirrnBeea-useTimy dar,dt
jhasrijt the month of an AniazonVljungle with a numerous breed. The-
Try, rr , ,.f Ihr 1'rr.lM . Ttk
' I " jc l'rH UmdUu i;-a 1 1-1 rr a
4. I, ,r"r I
C Iceland, was inaugurated I redeut
' these L nited Statei. In tllw on
iH ee the sjeial interpo-ifitn
the divine hand, fn 1V? rmr fvd-
ish j-tsle Mere run mad. Vu sent
i . ..... a
"gaU4 to the city of Chu-aso, nud
these delegates in contention as-m-
bled; promulgate a I'latfiirHi of f.Kl-
,U,t ('- i.M-r Uuu the pet.j.le
uui saeu incjii irom in -iiwivw i.v
.... 1 ... JI J- L 1 1
having riH' nominatetl a eandi
for the Presidency on said platf i'-ni.
The Hople, wise in their own ( n
.oeit, but foolish in the light of the
lxrd, voted more wisely than they
knew and I was elected the chosei
instruiii- :. vi '.il t sau tin-
pie from themselves. It, is true that i
I accepU'd the uouiination and stood
on tlie platform; but this wis neet-s
s;irv. If 1 had not, I could nbt huve
been-elected. I -had to practice this
little deception to get myself in pow
er to save the people from tln ir fol
ly. I Fad I not lent myself to this
little deception, the foolish people
would hae nominated. and elected
some fo.d lU-niocrat who would hve
attempted to adininistA;r. t'ne govern-,
meut according to tins tl.4orie- eimn
ciated by that arch-unarchist, Thom
as Jefferson the' same-crank wlifi1,
a hundred years ago, wrote a paper
declaring 'the peojde of the then col
onies, were free' and independent 'of
ireat IWitain. 'This was a vaj!d
lie. t It is true that the people stirred
hp war and suffered much, and final
ly achieved politica'.. independence.
But the. Lord was kiud and. still
willing to save this -stiff-necked peo
ple -from their folly, and Taisd up a
great man, Alexander Hamilton, who
was almost as great a m'afi as I. This
man,' by unconstitutional ' legislation'
fastened upon this country the Brit
ish financial system. You will re
... .... .1 .. 1. ..... , , , . .,
member that the wise man, Pit t,, said
that, jf. 1, the ..l'nited: .States ; would ,
adojit the British system of finance,,
their Ixxisted hlx'Tty would prove a
phantom. - The wise man, A; Ham-1
Uton, instituied and chartered the
United -States Xatib'nal Bank1-. This
w i sely 'de1 vised ' 1 :i s t i tu t i 0 n" For 1 years
1 -..!.' ',...,,i'i . r .i. ' r .'.J
people to their great, good and. the"
benefit of Great Britain, This bless
ed institution, with great ,rkill, used;
the money of the natjon : to .influence-
congress to do its .duty audio
re-charter . this blessed iostltution.
Inuring the year- 1S;U)-1S:5 th'18
bauk generously .'loaued'.'. to meni-'
bers of congress the sum of f,
7S1.0O, a sum-greater than' the sala
ries of 'all the' members' of both
Houses of Congress for (hat live
-.. .! . ... ..! - . .'
These ,. good, cougressiuau, juflu-
eqced by gratitude.i to this, .generous
institution, and for the-good of the
polish people, voted a lV-charter of
the bank4. - I Jut 'there' happened' to;
be, at that tine in' the drair whidl T
nqw h'ouo'r, a Tow' and bad' niati "nam
ed Jackson, who vetoed tin's wise
njeaspre in, defianct4, of iis, cabinet
and ,thp press of. the cop ntay, vhicli
the bank in its wisdoju,had bought
up for the good of the people. The
bank power at that' :acted nobly. It
tried to give; the, people.au .object iesr
son. " Jt forced a great panic on ihe
country" in '1:37. Bwt the f(ohh
people did not' lived -the ' lessorr, but
amid much s'iffering; eiidorsi-d what
th'e calamity ' howler ' 'Jackson" had
1 , ... i. . 1 .. 1 " ... liiT
There was among the snpporters
of. this Jackson, a smart fellow naui-
eiLBe,uton,.or 6ome Bimilar name, (1
don't know, iaucli abqut 'those fV-
lows. Tliey w ere not- the-'kmd of
fellows-'that compose "onr set" of'
Sherman, Benedict ' Co.) " Th5sJfel-'
low Bthtou' (?) said that Jack son had
not killed the British policy that!
the wbuhded tigress had beeu'driveh
to tha . jungle, but would return with.
her whelps.,. It js strauge how felr.
tifV- n:lm ,11,1 li.it lil.itifr in '.Mf . CO
.un t. j iuA iiui.iuiitiiu. vuiiM
'cduld.u hav'e". so- -much "saiartnese.
Things went cm inia' bad 'way under
Jack?ort ideasnntil WAV Then canTe
a'strbggle 'between the' people a'n'd
''our' ' t e." ' J '"'Our ' set" "was '. smart
...:;l "I I ......i f J'iJ.'J
enough to make slavery the. issue in
the contest, and the foolish people,
though they could not , see, that an
other Hamilton had .arisen. .toKbring
them back- to, sound, fipance,, erg
easily led tjq.oar support, by theory
Of dpwn wjth jSlaye.ry,. aM.d. .we..to-.
uniphed, ,1 djd flo.t. take, any. iCjhauce
Of Vetting, hurt mvself iu that. con
! 0...ITi.i.. ' '
I ii iti. & j oAiiu-.mao , i.,.' i vf
Tuiure great thingai 1 .However, I had
a vicarious sacrifice, in th fo?-u'Of a
ht .cow 4.time4had oonw.- The
iw.ounded tigre'-- ame" f ronr the
national banks were established,
ice then th- i.uik Ur Ut n giv-',
, ig the ple u ihv currt iKf t!-v
i tk lttr ,'t 'hat tllfV COiliU
ip'-t ip.c.diatenil at I'i i-r m.L j
lv ut furgct la i uuix-iiuU j
jihujikful tor tier ufcimlkltl jrv-
ferity of tnr U-lovcd cwr.iitru. Ii
tnw lU, -jwito-aid of
jkct!ui .tr ut!i
i nut peje-s ry ry.. Uw. uU t thm;
It-opU b.l the iui!iev. til? onild jjtt
thin t-ry t !jeip. ..Therr U no nif
ferii. auwii,: ,.vt'dv w Uv hate, huJ
the foivtiioiiglit aud thrift to itocuoi
ulte in.uey. U, ir t.ily the canih
that i? NMili-nug, , , .
I sir no g.nl in einplovm. ut, e.,'
cpt oilieaal employment. ,lilmj
Mi rniiiii and I hau-bvn prelUtoli j
tinuou.-ly in !!i"-. au.I fin. I that it
pays well. We are t.ofh miria i.iires.
A the greatot e-, ideiu f i!v
paiullele.1 prosperity of th.' r .nuiry. '
I liit with prid to t'v groat for-1
H-jtun of .he tilSf-
vi,e-:u. l !
of "tohn and me"' vii.-qdv. run mm
lated. Whv haven't th-n.mr tci--M'i'
etnpliMed wn-tchx-.s a'-i i'rmiJ.irc.l for-11 wIimi t ! mit arrant in tlM
t ti !?? If fi. fttiM" tli' tvive .le-1 pi' ' V 'Vrxls unrliTbwXl the hmnbng- "
vot'il all their- time and' enn-g v to tJ-iV and domagiigrferv of Vmcni-"
lalr ifhtl pividtietioit. itwf.'ad of io'tu-" "flri-e Traders '-"-it vas' 'an1 easv ;
acciuimlntioa as ! hit nod tnr""art'M tiling' i"'loi ii;aTate a ' tali It ' Iiill. By '
my frii'tid B iie!ii't .h.-H d.Mic.- ThevJ 11 ""e ii.;'.plicabjc. in.-HTUtahWj Uii,- ,,
are tnmken inJlifli id'-av !-- f la' lioin.iln'e, iiifojoicu,, Ktijiicudyiiy
tic a well as political ivivuvny. ' -.-'('ewihU-ring mu-takv .the, I euifvv!. 1
Kmemliei' hi yonr pmyei nd I ''. in i nil power. T1: eiuiu atic
thank tire coor In-H limt lie o.! iparu is.nou iu u p..siiii.n to nle-ui..
the. f'e.imr.UK i.erts of oor, uotil.- md- j it -pnimiM- and philgi to the
Jioaan-ts, to the end ilmi wuh,u.tli.,,.. . r ,,rum;.( jplr, they
Just v ar . iluiuW:.'!, jvui-.l-oor r. j, ,m,l(',1Wd if, the IrV Coinfttd of "
.. . ,, ' ' 1 tivf-r. It swj.t the colthlrv oh tlie
comparatively . coiiilortabU' tor oiut' t r -,... t
U...etot.om'4,;,i,BilH-rs;.l',.o;M-if;,,n' f 1'''
newspaper n.en'aii ove? tlii.'eom.i'rv H1" ,Vr,,MKl' k The da.tard-
ht-en" helped t. t.-ep't'lu- 'wi.lt '
flie door. An" iu.l.'i.en.leIit t
press is Hie' salvation 'of tne' iuitioii;
au.l "John and tne" propose to ni:tk
' '.. .1 J r a!. . . . . . 1 . . .
ii m.i.-piHiHn 01 thp ;.ein.
lenuTiibi-1 h;it tte p'l M iit un',f-
alleled prosperity. f thtt rountry in
owing to the wis.lom an. I etloit of
'John and me," and tail tint to-re-'
nieinbe-r me in .your - prrtvr, id ask
the gootf Lord to uphold hnr hands
ami enahle us to -i.forre such legis
lation as will enabln 'the few CTiter
priffing"' to- aeetninihtte" ifttrt their'
Uands the w-eahh of the perrplrVwhio.i
wealth ' the people" in 1 hi; nature1 of
thinprs have' not tho ' intellfgelife nor
manhood to keep. J ' ,; '
! , For sYime VraTs' denia'giiguas have
stirred lip 'lIic foolish' people, 'iind
told -tllem they 'were slft'ves' to "the
biinks." The people lHst year de-ited
felloW 'Jefferson An.T'Jaeklson". 'But
the Tiord in1 hk Wisao'rti' 'had ' raised
up Ri'.s'apo.mle'and ' hunible iollower,'
John' Sherman" and ' iiielo confound
these: people'.' John aud T'did if with
our little money and' patronage.' Let
fhe people be unceasingly thankful.
Selah !' (KiVKK,"'
... . . - m 'I- ...... -. I , 4' .1
...... WHITE CAPS
tVll.it the r.islin anil Itiirnlii). of (iin
' 1 ' ' 1. I !'.' 4 I
' The Northern and Western read
ers ot the Vatclmian doubtless do
1 ..1 . - 1 . .1,.. .-. .1 ....... 1 ,
not understand the white cap busi
ness. It is simply a political ruse of
the organized heuiocracy to drive or
frighten, the people iback..iuto.tli
partytiiius. -iTliere liuve-bcen fewer
ius-lMirnt in-the- Hmiii -th-e year,'
and all the Mittg-harf Iwrn dotre by
the littV tindbr-strapj.ers'io the br).is
es' by 'their itistriictioVis " "J "."
1 fie old game was to raise the cry
tuat toe negroes w. re going 10 rise.
They vvorked tjiat gaiue(til it woyltj
work no longer, and now they have
picked up the w bite caps "dt -n 'all
a nryth, 'iron jn red' jv'ttf tefrify the1
I people;--and" create' the 'ittipressibii
that 'the' I'pinists 'aii.'' a set'of an
archists, ' Those old political scabs
.,..1.1.. . , 1 : .i--ti:,.-.i4Ji
die mighty nani. (
i'ri-.,',i'i4.Jiu'i'1" " ' ' V"i
Mreeyiut, v,ia...,i., j.4 : m cr,i
JEFFLRSGN AND JACKSON
WereXOtM?l tit ItanVft 1 o ti
" ..... Httito-HUd NitttonaW ' " .'..il-
' AndTevw Jekn it 'wi'-ho4ai'!;'3'w
'if w4irp.wlh1s tb-rrght Hmdt-T the1
eonstittttiotf to isstit paper rniihy,
w'an given then! to be tu-eil bji-theirf-seve,
not to be delegated H iffdivt ;
duals or ban krng crrr'ora,rioti!i.,,i" '
Thos.1 -Jeffer-on' it : -waiT who1 said
-i.rri i . t .
'T?ank paper must be suppressed.
and the'clt'eulartn'g'm'e-'diunii'mast be
resto'redto the nation' to' whom itJb?-
lemgs'.'' It is the' bh'ly'fun'd,on'di1icii
we ca'ti rely for loan's," it is our otiiy
resource wTileh 'can tie ver'fail "us, and
.- .j:,.. 4 , ii: 1 .1 e '1 1 I)'..-.. " 1 u 1 1
it is an abunuaut one for every neces-
'' ' iJt.l-.jll 144.114... J.ll
T. I.... yl ,' '.''l i"
11 vou oeneve in me uoctnne or
tlefferson and Jackson and.1 liave the
ma'nbood to back up your Vfclief with
,,, j.,. ...I. . t. til ilt.J ..1 i.e. ..it J
yOtir votes, wbat . jrtj jpu, b4e
act id g, withto-(ay T ,1MiJU)) 1 1 f
4 AV hen you don t get jonxtx
1 t j. , 1 L. ... 1 1 A . r
.td us a postal "cardtppce.ppn-'t
Walt j,YiO, or tree., weei,! . Wfi.j'iJi
serld you the missing copy and-also
investigate the trouble. (tt.)
ii.-j: .uivij-tju f.if.,ii.-t..'i mii i.t.
4 -The' '''BernsWicatr ' party bfotfglft
-hardttnTCs itf.A theDentocTatie pUrtf
4 O . i
f t d4U4i4UAl jnT
$nSjrjVV'iii-dlI IhS 4JkV(ij'I
4.'4kr i t 1 k
'r, .. 4n
1 mttfl Vt.lUf Mrmmm
... 4 ..,.' I t
h kH- v i'lLi.) I.r, ah. t t
lU "KMiav. ,
M .!. Tart R-vt1d I Hill Xt arli Vmr
Kr. . , (i..rrri,i.i iu Uu.
" Iii.oN. As. lii. lu.Ukr :
inuioiit - w heua.lltiuot ratio Uriff
a l4,tfilatik iiMfHiiiiilit
-V l""1''" "f that pledge, the.
WHI;ton ;Uaynl yf ,tlit' iKxple, In
j aroused the indjgnatjon, if- yrath,..
'and the profopinj coiitcinpt of, (.he.u
1 . . . - -
-tMjuHiry, ,cpakr . is . u at,vJ in cpiw-
mciji ug ujku the iuofifct,rou ,crjw4i
d 1 .
yet it would, Ihj. h ti-'oua jivLakv, i toi
sjtaru , the faiturs .orc'-juse- to, ioJ'L.i
them up to the ejrut'o-i of t)ip pvo-. ;t
jd whose, coidilc:io;,har btx'U Mbwwl,..,
and whose in Uresis have Im-cii tio,,.,
brulally d'btroyed. n ,. t . ,u
" rriit i iuMitii:D oauii'h.iiu.Ii.." ....
KiMMgh is- knfwfrf J '-prathnMt " '
lo awrt that it will b it rild,'m.lt-'4 1
less, radical, ultra free trade' I Hhio" '
Viatic "nlea-sure. Ft' will 'phM Jthe J '
House substantially 'n ' the-com nrft.14
toe re oris it, and it'wilT ' iV h-ptrU-d '' 1
as 'soon as the "President frtHy' up4-'
' ' ' r 1 . .I4 . f .i 1 . W
been 'dictated by the ' President -and "'
the tinkerers who fiaye1 bet-rt ctnploy- "'
el frf phtting it togctherJ Im'i'e'driljr "
p'erformetl jiei'Filnc'toriy clerical 'work." "J
It" is" essentially aiib? viitrt-ty'dkM
adinWisfratlfjirhiAwari' anil iselear-"'1
ly in' the line of Cleverau1,fl 'WelI'csJ-'"1
tablished wrecking' Kiir6y:'".s4eaki'Us
ing of Ihis'pbliey to-day a pfohiifien'r
Southern Democratic confcsshian '
poiutcd to the cou)jtioi of things ,jtv.
Jjouisiana as a strikwg) illuratiow , , ,
of L'n. wj'uck 'li'.veJnnd.is uuikln o . i
the Di4motiti parly 1 iu. thai State 4.
His Uriff jh1k v wliitih -pntB 'lUgar''-4,
and' rice on the free -list totter! ."W' "
stro-s' these two great ' staple hifltifc-u 1 0
tries' AM Thrown iKoiltukiiltk' of 'pool''' V
1 eo id e o u t ' o f ' e'ni ti h y '111 fc h t 1 ' ' Tt a bsc ' 4
! .. 1 . ., .11 ! I IJ J- I'-'i 'i'. ('
IuU-ly ileslroys the wealth producjugj
crops iu tne river.. jwclion .Ul,,u ,
hVtu,.: In.the kHl . ctiou, Lh jh-mt. j...
pie ajv .ild pver. the; recaLo 1 AJk j
Sheruwiu law, luul lie tweetiv tlie twoiu .u
"iod only known' what ia to Uie'. ,;
of us, and- .vnuerime- I "ihmlrt 'thi Jal
power -of omn'rtcfeirx'b td"tell,hat',,e '
luiay 'ha'ppen ' jirtifcally' bhe' yeir""
hence luthe congressional elections.
...Wheu you ask trie what wTtl ue tfie,
luffi-ct of Clevetanel's tariff policy in
IjouifsiaiuL,qaucUdIjiul.i)f LvaiV'l uott 1
intending, to. Ix4.blpheui4ua,.'ihii JUj
;'.. m i...
'Inncb.Ukc ruin, aAwLjfitarvifion.ajni ..u
1.4. , , ' , , A. ,
I you ftuww ,wuai4.um nieuos to.tne.u.ii.
1 1 k-UKAiKtie. fiarty. roai .what took.iu
4iac two weeks aga.ui mtu cajjv
. 4A saving claue waa4dedvud
iwiiocnaic a;enurww iiiptno riooth' ji'
is'-iuvolvcMit frt .-th-'-'Democr4d -,i
Wil 1 carry the . Hoit,- -do"
ruin. .'Coivtiuued the1 Iiomrana dimn
"for alLtbat 1 m- Peaoert atod"4'1 J
will b found-at heof trt,fu1,'-"i
oural irooe6siorr.' Whilt my thoflg4rtiJ1Aui
faol4t;ien eland 4l!! bel1pfcfef-tlb-4 "
tti ay now." Two or three thought M
-are buggeetod: J)m it ocfiHr, to.any u j
nd MftV M. Kt . i,q thc ; nocra-. ,
neoftff mu4.fi1 JWftjii -jdi i.u-ui
. &&VbA J?.?er4 4,maclwe.
'snte I90X pppntjatriftac tmti-jzom
-menta a. t rrad41e,i and rgjawi Iks wkfuu i
ttkjacy of honest methods wiUtiuierir
sioh and scorn.
414,1'. .lUlil Ji.lil C J. ill 441,11 U4 1 , . I ,ij
Democratic nartv is comnoHl nf fh
enemies of all that is, desirable in a.
iree, government Mm
(Continued on Second Page.)
The Caucasian (Clinton, N.C.)
groups preceding, succeeding, and alternate titles together.
Nov. 30, 1893, edition 1
Click "Submit" to
request a review of this
page. NCDHC staff will check .
0 / 75
North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Open ONI. View system reports.
DigitalNC is a project of the North Carolina Digital Heritage
Center, the North Carolina Department of Natural and Cultural
Hill Libraries and our sponsors.
Background image: Grandfather Mountain,