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J. C, November 12, 189C.
All subHcribers in arrears will
pl-a renew AT ()M.J.,oiiier
wiie we will be compelled to cut ,
otT their names from our mailing ,
list, l'lease remit at once.
l)niorri " ----- - -- -
war two tear
Uw.n reported by the Iemecrats
t,Mfre the election trial trie ropullstn
pre jf,''B' "CK lu 1,10 'cuiui;rBiic
tarty ntl in consequence of tbis,
that the lemocratic partj was ,rrow-
inH irOnffT ruJJnMI. DUt WUIt
re the facts? We gire below the
jiemo'Tatic tote in Hamp-on in 18'J
tnd 1M to show that the Democrati
he not only not increased in strength
but 'have weakened in;e lay I. The
i)(.m(,rrittic vote on Hheriir andJiegis
tcr of Ieedi for the last two elections
fofMieritr,J.M. Hpell, in 1801 re
P.ivfd Ul 1''or HWiir, J. JC.
Mrt'hail, i" lMW received i;M)H votes.
in K'l received 1,'J.V) votes. For Jtejr
i tter of iedrt, W. V. Ueiring, in IH'jH
Wtiwi Iptt votes.
The above shows that the Democrat
ic vote in Harr-pson has not grown as
tagKtfd by oi'r neighbor but is on
fhc decline- and should the decline
continue for a few more elections at
the came ratio, the Democratic part
in !Sampon will soon he in the same
pew with the frog, which attempted
to p't out of the well, by jumping up
two feet in the day, but tailing back
three feet at night, tie was soon out of
eight. 'lin Ion Caucasian.
Br? Might Kail, R.,. XTom.
An examination of the figures
of last Tuesday's vote retulta in
some very curious and interesting
revelations. It will be remembered
that the Post, from tb
insisted that Bryan's chances were
gooa, mat at any stage of the cam
paign his election was a possibility,
and that 3IcKinley's election, al
though we regarded it as highly
probable, depended after all upon a
rery narrow and uncertain margin.
As unanswerable proof that we were
right in this, we now call attention
to tbe following table, showing how
a change of little more than '.,000
votes, distributed over nine States,
would have elected Bryan, notwith
standing his big majorities elserhere:
Total electoral votes. CO.
Total McKinley majorities. 50.500.
V- - i . . .
ow, suppose mere nad ben these
changes from McKinley to Bryan iu
the different States respectively.
Waltkr A. Montoombry,
Elected Judge Supreme Court.
For The Caucasian.
My recent challenge that "The na
tional Republican nmrty ha3 commit
ted more frauds against the ballot box
than any and all other parties that ever
had an existence in itiis country com
bined," not having been accepted, I beg
leave to submit a few remarks for the
purpose of establishing the above alle
gation. In lNU;i, (during the war) on the
morning of the election in Kentucky
60,000 Federal soldiers were distribut
ed among the various election prer
clncts in said State. They took pos
wtston ot the toU and had everything
their own way, which gave them an
ODnortunitv to "fix" matters before the
vote was counted. As a result, Thos.
K. Bramlette, the Republican candi
date for Governor, was elected by a
large majority, and I believe the entire
Republican ticket alao.
Maryland was also carried at or about
the same time by the Republicans,
methods similar to the above beingem-
Eloyed. (See "Our Country's Crisis,"
y Amos Kendall, who was Postmaster
General under Gen. Jackson. Also,
"Object of the Administration in Pros
ecuting the War," by the undersigned.
This document and probably Mr. Ken
dall's also, is on file in the Congress
ional Library at Washington.)
It is a well known fact that Hayes
was a fraud from beginning to end,
never having been elected, but simply
fraudulently counted in. Consequent
ly the word, President, should never be
associated with bis name.
To elect Hayes it was necessary for
him to carry South Carolina, Florida,
Louisiana and Oregon, and would then
have bad but 1 majority.
Soon after the election McLynn, the
Republican manipulator of Florid-,
lost his wife and several children. Be
linvincrth&t it was a iudsrment from
heaven and probably fearing other di3
These changes would have given
every one of the nine .States to Bry
an, and adding their CO votes to the
1C he got elsewhere, would have
made his strength in the electoral
college lit three more than fcc
needed to make him'Pregidcnt.
It is a serious rpllection that the
changing of only J5,3'J3 votes as a I
matter of fact the change of 23,020
votes would have accomplished the
result is all that stood between the
election of McKinley aDd the elec-l
tion of Bryan. We commend this
reflection to the gentlemen who are
mrowin up tceir nats ana scream
ing tbejiselvcs black in the faco'
vith nonsense about landslides and
similar absurdities. Mr. Mckinley
got tremendous majorities in New
England, New York, Pennsylvania,
Iowa, Michigan, and Illinois, but in
tne iesir ot tue country he had a
mighty narrow escape from defeat.
CALLS CARLISLE A TRYANT.
Judge Fleming KeHeuts Ills DUcharca iu
an Opan Letter to The Secretary He Ac-
chhos film ofStaltlfjlOK His Oflice.:
Judge W. B. Fleming, who was re
moved from the position as Chief of
tie Law and Record Division of the
Supervising Architect's Ollice, Treas
ury Department, on Wednesday last,
yesterday pent the following letter to
Secretary Carlisle :
Sir : Our government guarantees to
all its citizens the privilege of free
speech so that every American has the
natural right to express in a proper
manner his political opinions, in ac
centing the oflice. the citizen forfeits
neither his civil nor his religious lib
The civil service law was intended
not to destroy these fights, but to pro
tect them, so that the minor oflicial
hould at least be as secure in defeud-
PRAISE FOR GOLD DEMOCRATS.
KJ. M cKiaUr G!m TKti I rg Credit
Tot If 1 K.lc'Jn.
Cantos, Ohio,' Nor. 5. A report
er called on Maj. McKinley tonight
and found him ia hi library chat
ting with nnubi of fritnds, who
were all feeling in exeunt spirits
over the election. lie aaked him-
"To what do you attribute Ilenab-
"Ob, I don't eare to be interview
ed, but I will say that I think the
patriotic efforts ot the men of boti
the old parties have brought about
the result. Ardent aad devoted as
have been the efforts of liDub!icans
every where, equally f. renounced and
hfilpf ul was the attitude of the feound
money DeniocratB. Th-n the r.re?3
of the countrv. taa intelligent and-
enthusiastic (fCorts of the gieiit jour
nal ot both parti-ts, xaavf: beijn a
mihty factor in tbe result and aid
to the Republican cause'
SQ7JE ELECTION FRAUDS.
In Home MaUa tht 1'oi.ulUt Voto Wan
Not Counted fur l;ryn Httoru Held
Hack In a Keotatky i:rnl,lUu Ill rKt
tu (vereoui the llryiti Majority.
Washington Post 1
There seems to he little doubt that
fraud, at once impudent and ntcn
si ve, have been prarticd iu dillerent
States, notably in Kentucky, Califor
nia aiwl lennea'ee. Yt e hav the word
of Hon. .Iubi K. Fellows, of New York,
for the fraud in Tennessee. Perhaps
some lurtner eviucnre wool 4 ie desir
able in this ca?1. The or.ir.ion of a
wandering ntun.p ppeaker from the
Kast touchiri a pun-ly l.-.cal aSTair in
Tennessee it hard J v Vj b? regarded as
aoy to Toko
asy to Operate
Are fttur peenBaT lo Hood's PSSa, ScaaB ta
site, Uitet, elSeieot, tbonmL A or a
Aiu : Vo or'Trr know ytw
bare ukr& a put tiS tt U a3
orrr " C I. flood & Co,
Tfa oa!j p'Xi to take wia liood'e SaraaarQ!a I COnClUSlVCJy that the USC Oi
costs cotton planters more
than five million dollars an
nually. This is an enormous
waste, and can be prevented.
Practical experiments at Ala
bama Experiment Station show
A. C. Shhford,
rrsau-elect from the 7tii District.
W. II. Worth,
Elected State Treasurer.
ingthe creed and nominees of his
party as would be a Cabinet officer in
exercising the same inalienable rights.
No objection on your part to my ac
tivity in the campaign, which has just
rinsed was ever rrade known to me
nndiiur the campaign. On the
Coal. Still, Mr. Fellows is in earnest
in his pretty little cock-sparrow way,
and the allegation may be worth look
as for the lraui!3 in KeniucKy ana
California, they are certified to by un
prejudiced witnesses on botn siaes.
Xot only the newspaper correspond
ents, bur a majority of the election
officials in California, admit that some
thousands of votes have been deliber
ately taken away from Bryan by the
returning officers or certain localities,
who insisted upon counting me jopu
list tickets in one column and the
Democratic tickets in another, thus
dividing the Bryan vote and giving a
plurality on McKinley it tne two
tickets Led differed in anything but
the legend or symbol at the top, their
division in the count wouia nave neen
perfectly legitimate. Tliore was no
such difference, however. The tickets
contained exactly the same names.
Both were Bryan and Sewall tickets,
and both should have been eel aowu in
the Democratic column. If tne act ot
dividing the Bryan vote on tins siiai-
low pretext is not iraua, we corneas
that we do net know the meaning of
In Kentuckv the chicanery is mere
elaborate and more determined. There,
if we may believe apparently authen
tic reports, somewhat opulently con;
firmed by appearances, rne returns
from the strong Kep'. blican district,
the Eleventh, were held back, pre
sumably for the purpose of ascertain
ing to what extent tney wouia nave to
be padded in case oi a xiryau piuraiuj
elsewhere. This is an old and greatly
approved political device much. "re
sorted to and profoundly admired in
the good old days of robust campaign
methods and illustrious bosses. We all
remember how the re! urns from the
Coney Inland district were held up in
2834, and how, for three whole days,
the country palpitated with uncer
tainty as to whether Blaine or Cleve
land had been elected. It turned cut,
finally. that Mr. Cleveland had about
1,100 the better of ttrj count, and upon
that showhig he became President of
the United States. But the "hold-up"
expedient is not regarded with favor
in these later days, antl as to this par-
TAX VALUATION OF PROPERTY.
1 hm Auditor' Htrt Will bow I-
rrtu o( 3.C18.?;o.
Tfcf forthcoming Auditor's report
will how tb value of property in tbe
Mat of North Carolina for l;y5 to t
$2W,&.l,Ul 84 against $23M79,1 thf
year previou. a decrease of $3,318,770.
Th rr&2 estate this year is valued at
$l53,8&Vt a compared with HV8,0,-UO-l
the year bore or a decrease of
$l,2ri2.4M). But the personal property
shows an iocre&te iu value of $033,710,
the valuation this year being $77,025,
517 as against $7;,3Jl,h37 iu WM.
There 23,019,71s acres of land in the
State valued at $U0,CO!,t53l a decrease
of $1.-11 2, &70 sint-e is'Jl when the land
valuation was $115,01,323. Town lots
show a little change in value, being
worth $43,107,131 in 1895 as against
$13,02(1,711 in 1804.
The iteina of personal property and
their value are as follows: 102.010
horses valued at ;14,023; 110,770
nm!"s at $.,0;2,CG1: km jacks and jen
nies at $12,5.41 ; 42,510 goats at $h 1,593;
527,131 cattle at $4,423.h'J3; 1,237.335
hogs at $1,785,071; 35(5,857 sheep, 313,-
490; iarming utensil?, $12,002,455;
money ou hand and on deposit, $1,135,
7C1 ; solvent credits. $18,J7D,5f,l; stock
in incorporated companies, $3,771,731;
all other personal property, $19,532,703.
The unlisted taxables this year are
S9,U0,21. Last year they were only
$53,154,27. This increase of $33,731,94
is due to the tax of $10 on lawyers
doctors and dentists imposed by the
last legislature, from which 01,790 was
realized ; the tax of 50 cents on each
bed in every hotel and boarding, house
which paid into the treasury $2,5C3,
and the corporation tax which paid
The rate of taxation fixed by the
laf.t legislature was 21 2-3 cents for the
Mate, instead of 22 cents as heretofore
ai;d l! cents f r tchools as against 1G
cents before. This caused an increase
of $o2,(" 0.3,30 in the school tax, and an
increase in county taxes of $373,137.80.
School taxes this year amounted to
$347,578,57 as against $705,510,27 in
1391, and are divided as follows:
White polls, $205,990,20; colored polls,
$112,019,01; bank and building and
loan stock, $0,799,86; railroad property,
$45,184,37; generaly property (white),
$402,829,05; general property (colored),
County taxes in 1895 aggregated
$1,911,305,56 as compared with $1,039,
367,70 in 1694. The general taxes from
counties were $657,408.42, and special
taxes amounted to $409,4o8,5i.
will prevent that dreaded plant
A3 About PoiJ h reaok W in bm if rtnjj -prruneu
vm tM brat bmt ta tif luifj Saio
uM m a Unit U-4 vmch v pabuJi nd wi. t "1!T
Uil lrc to aay farau ta Kmem ta iU writ u ml.
GERMAN K AIJ WORKS.
Suuii Sc., New lud.
PLACE FOR BRr AM.
A w Voik MrcaotlU Flrtn itTr 111m
ti.",OOt m Year.
New York, Not. 4. The follow
ing telegram was sent to Mr. Bryan
at Lincoln today:
"Hon. William J. Bryan, Neb.:
Von Lave " thoroughly demonstrat
ed your ability in the campaign that
we would like to know if you would
accept an offer of twenty-five thou
sand ($25,000) a year to manege a
law department in our ftore.
(Signed,) "Seigkl.Coopir Co.
"Per Henry Seigel, President."
Omaha,, Neb.. Nov. C Mr. Bryan
todav sent the following reply to a
telegram from Siegle, Coopor A; Co.:
During tho next four years I ex
pect to devote as much time as pos
sible to the advocacy of bimetallism
and therefore I cannot consider the
proposition made by you. I appre
ciate the confidence which your offer
(Signed) 44 W. J. Bktax."
OTHEIl POSITION'S MCLINXD.
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. C Mr. Bry
an today replied to some of tbe of
fers cf employment which he re
ceived since election daj declining
them on the ground that Le desires
to be free to devote a large portion
of his time in the future to the ad
vocacy of bimetallism He said in
reply to questions that he had not ar
ranged the details of his plan, but
that he would enter upon no line of
work which would interfere with his
main purpose. He has agreed to
address a public meeting in
at an early day, but beyond this has
made no engagements for immedi
F-r 51cKn!y II. A.Gtt? err. 1 JTJ;
Ttf lfubrillrti prtir rrritrU 5
vr 0.Ttic i.'rr WiVi. ! JTO;
W. A. .! n. 151: I. I- Uall,
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Kur Su(-riti; bJa.i' f Pub In.
traetio J. '. tb-ir ngb. I.;?;
C. II. MUDMTlr
For Atrrj i.nrl F. I. bvror,
Uli; '.. V. WaWr.a r.7.
Kr Cungrr Frank Thcicpon,
ltl; J. K. Fowlrr.SJIv
For ih rott II. J. Hire.. 1 riO;
If. II. MarhHnrf. I57;i.. II. j:-jt-1t.
2 37-; K X. It-.bi!.a.
!en iMusl.'ry. I 2V. J II w, . V ., : r. -;
C. II. JmIi-i,J ; i; M V'd i.j.Ur.
y. r Si rrif- J It. M I'l i 1. I .'. : J.
M. Mar.ht.t rn, 2 5
Fi-r ! rio'r nf v. i . i:,r.
rir iz. lA''i; O. F. Mrrrit.
Fur "ojfi?y 'otiH.jioJ. M.
?ir".l'--'J:J-ib I'.tKrtt. 1271: J.
A. Frr-:!,1.21 ; I. 1. lUmrr J hi ;
W. II.Th.Mrpon, 2-:; IkC. Mri J.il.
hir Coroner A. M. I.ee, 1.2.:1; II.
Fvr Surv-ycr .1. It. Max rll, I.iX.;
Wm. A. r.trbr-y. 2,Si:2.
Oor cartoon tf 'i:oiLcl:ild'a (.m l
i nji" ek ir iTcti vely t hr.n anj
w"r.1 Fur. 1'icasux may of
McKinley' virlcrj. It hov. to tin
country whweittorY it l. alo
puhhsti hom Kurian pr mm
ments on the election Tid &!1 i nprf)
great atifn.rti :i at th r-u!t. '1 fc
Itreten inui;py v .wrr rrjeicts ipj re
preparing to turtt -r dinaV th t.j.an
cial policy of ti e lni'.-iS '...
1 1 1 11 l -i ..i
overheat. At yxnt NTPV
Jhjv voe 3rwir car anl mocct.
L3 out of txUnr wim. U water to k ,Ki-
iHp efBcimt if x&ed with Coin Pnr. f(ri
-tw' fxou rnTparation will ciakc cvrry (
lrvf thinj dear, mitbocl the iiihurt damage. VV ' jji
V?A WASHING TOWDER rVvXl
is urc and hxmlem in all department of ;lXCiM
X?& huuj cJcaniiij. The mtt ccunota IvjTj
-Yv ical tnclhixl of cleaning roa eaa -VfT
V:iVrr- Madecmljrby :?
ELKIN WOOLEN MILLS.
ship yoi:k wool
THIS YEAR TO"
The Chatham IfPg Co., Elkin, H. C.
The IVrnorrnti. pnpr of I hi .-ttte.
in i-(eakin fthr rrutt i U. tier-!
tion lakt wt-fk. a iiiuil t'.v r!n oil1
the l&ndle Ri.d tV ttiaf tl- I'enio
cratir t!c' t wa cVfeatrd ly tho vot
injf of rro" scaiiMt it. how us
Democr&irtthat didnttry t.te them!In
K&leigh they trid to voV them and
did vote some of the:n too. We know
these ItMiTtwrnt nui are ready to
show tlem up.
You neol Hood's Sarsaparill to
enrich and purify your blood, create
an appetite and give sweet, refresh
STANDS AT TIIKUKAD. .
Auir. J. Bogel, the leading drujf
eist of Shreveport, La., savi: 1 r.
Denver KicK'8 ew I discovery ia the only
BRYAN FOR THE U. S. SENATE.
They have the lart woolen mill in the State. TLey do It largest
custom bukinecs in tLo South, and their good are the Wat you ran I ay for
the. money. Write them for Mm pies.
BLANKETS SHOULD NEVER BE WASHED EXCEPT BT A BLANKET
EXTRA StSSlCN OF CONGRESS.
Chairman Hnca Says Mr. McKinley Will
Call One After Hi a Iutugoratlon.
Xkw York, Nov. 8. Chairman Mark
A. Ilanna, of the Republican National
committee, said yesterday :
4I have iiad comparatively briet con
versations with Major McKinley since
his election. Xextweek I expect to
meet him in Cleveland, and, as he has
bad time to t hink over matters, I pre
sume he will have more details than I
am at present aware of. But this
much I know, he feels that he owes
much to the patriotic Democrats who
prefer principle to strict party ties.
Indiana, for instance, wa9 unques
tionably carried against fusion by
Major McKinley will endeavor to
thine that cures rr.v couch, and it
is the best seller I have.".!. F. Ciimjw
bell, merchant of SallorJ, Ariz.,
writc-s: 'Dr. lvintr'a Xew Discover
is all that is claimed for it; it never . cHf you have l!ankita tou want cleaned, the Chatham MTg Co. ill
n.. B . q..-. fails, andiaa Eurecmefor Consumr- waaI1 l4a;b, rekoan and bind them in tilk ribbon for -clj One IKjllar m
geated an Compromise Candidate. tion, UOUChS and UOldS. 1 Cannot l,r J He J Will IOOK llxC Hew UUirkru.
Skattt.t.. WhsIi.. Nov. 0. A boom m enough for its merits." Dr.
has been started here for Wm. J. King's New Discovery for Consunip-
Bryan for United States Senator ticn, Coughs and Isolds is not aa ex-
from this btate. The silver fusion- pen men t. It faai been trie I for a
quarter cf i century, tud today
stands at the heid. It . ever diap
poitt'. Free t'i:'.l bottles at J. Ii.
Smith, Alt. Oliv .; II. II. Holiday,
ists will control the senatorship.
The constitution of Washington pro
vides that to be eligible to the olliee
tbe candidate shall merely be an
"inhabitant" of the State at the
time of his election, so that the fu
sion tnaioritv could fleet Mr. Brvan
withnnt anv trouble.- Richard Win- ELECT1IIC MTTEUr
r-r .1 T-k - 1 5 !
sor, tor., me i opuusi leaner in Electric Ultttra ia a medicine suit-
Lewis, Democratic fusionist and ed tor any s asoo, but paps more
wwt nf Cmotm. r rivsi fffnerally neeced when the languid,
candidates for the senatorship. and exhausted feeling p-evaile, when the
Mr. Bryan has been suggested as a liver is torpid and slcggish and the
Headquarters fortho Dost, Only,
OF PRIZB XTtTTimRS C7
Tilii FOLLOWING VABlMTU&t
asters, he came oat and made an hone3t J trary, I was informed that you held to
confession, stating that "Florida hon- tne ,iew that you could not consist-
t!.W. If ...ln.lfD - nflina fill-
estiy went leraocrano ujr i iajunj. i enny remove aujr man
The Constitution says that "No per
son holding a federal office ;o! trust
and honor shall be appointed an elec
tor." At the time of the election one
of the electors of Oregon was postmas
ter, and consequently could not be ap
pointed. Tilden was therefore clearly
entitled to 1 of the 3 electoral votes in
Oregon, which would have made him
Vresident by 1 majority, to ay noth-ino-nf
Florida. South Carolina and
exercising the same rights wnicn
you yourself were exercising.
My remoal from oflice, the first in
timatioiof which was obtained from
the newspaper? while on the train on
my return to Washington from my
home, was, therefore, a complete sur
prise to me. No one knows better
than yourself the long friendship I
had manifested for you, the interest I
hml taken and the sacrifices of time
ticular Kentucky case 11 looss uguer
The'complicaticns, all of them, are
to be reeretted. Of course McKinley
is elected, no matter what may be the
outcome in the State referred to, and
thn countrv will be snared the unhap-
ninpp.s M" a doubt as to the virtue cf
the title by which the next President
Louisiana, all of which were doubtless and money made by me in promoting
legally and fairly carried by Tilden. your ambitions.
liy returns of the recent Oregon elec- in view of all the facts it seems to
tion, received up to June 3d, both of me that I was at least entitled to some
the candidates of the Teoples rarty warning and notice before neing
were elected June 1 to Congress, Van- kicked out of oflice wittout even the
derbuoy by a plurality of 1200 andQuinn opportunity of declining to resign,
by a majority nearly as large. Their Had I known or suspected that I
election was "conceded." At length a COuld not hold oflice under this admin
"recount" was ordered. Alleged "mis- juration and at the same time exer
counts" and "defective billots" were ci8e the rights of an American free
found, averaging about 100 for each man j would have promptly tendered
coun.y. Tne result was tnat tne reo-1 you my resignation at tne opening oi
Ides Tarty candidates were left and the
tenublicans counted in.
Much more could be said, but until
some other party steals a Presidency I
claim that I have made good my alle
gation. Frauds against the ballot box lay
close to gun powder and should not be
If this earth was a ball of ipecac and
was rolled into the mouth of hell she'
could not belch forth a more despic
able character than the ballot box stuf-fer.
Men of America, look where you stand 1
A darkness of Egypt now covers your
A cormorant swarm, from all points
Like carrion crows they darken the
Soon the soul of your freedom and laws
will be fled,
And your children be crying and beg
King for bread;
Ballot box stutters beware of the day
Whsn lustice meets you in battle ar
Ollie N.C. Bryan Tysok.
Bar to Win.
The people recognize and appreciate
real merit. That is why Hood's sarsa
narilla has the larsrest sales in the
world. Merit in medicine means the
power to cure. Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures absolutely, permanently cures
It Is the One True Blood Purifier. Its
superior merit is an established fact
and merit wins.
Inasmuch as other appointees of the
present -administration, including
many in your own department, have
been permitted to take an active part
against Mr. Bryan in the campaign
not only on the stump, but in the work
of organization, without rebuke
nr removal, it is evident that the
cause of my effending lies not in my
actions, but in my convictions.
It follows, therefore, that you have
caused your great oflice to suppress
freedom of thought and action, and lo
punish those wno aare to amer irum
you a thing msupponaDie m u
governmentby terrorizing over the
weak urirl humble.
For such abuse of public oflice, wnicn
is a public trust, you cannot but be
held accountable at tne Dar oi puouc
opinion as well as by the verdict of
In conclusion I can only say tnat
humble as I am I would rather be a
discharged employe of the Treasury
Department, discharged lor doing my
duty as I see it for my people, than to
be Secretary oi tne l reasury witn a
record oi seir-stuitiucation, such as
you have made for yourself, staring
me in tne iace. .
This much of a protest I deem it
proper to make against your treach
erous and tyranous action.
Very truly yours,
W. B. Fleming.
Elected Secretary of btate.
see .collected a great national party
that will give prosperity to the coun
try. He expects and hopes that men of
all shades of former political belief
will be united to this end. I have
talked with some of the most influen
tial of the old Democratic leaders, and
I am elad to fay they are in accord
with Major McKinley's hopes.
"The first movement he will make
will be to obtain sufficient revenue to
conduct the government. Further is
sues of bond3 would be altogether too
dangerous. Business prosperity and
stability demand that as soon as possi
ble the government should be on a
"To this end, an extra session of
Congress will be necessary, and Presi
dent McKinley will undoubtedly call
one soon after his inauguration.
"Legisla'ion will be required to se
cure the desired revenue, and Major
McKinlev will do everything in his
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props.,
We the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by their firm.
Wf.st & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
W aiding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrn Cure is taKe intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tbe system.
Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Drug
gists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best,
H lie man For Speaker of tbe Houm.
For The Caucasian, 1
Concord, N. C, Nov. 9, '9G. I
hereby serve notice on the f usionists
of North Carolina that Cabarrus this
year will demand the Speaker of the
House of Representatives and put in
that chair Hon. A. F. Hileman.
None can but admit that the Popu
lists by every reason are entitled to
this honor, and none can deny that
Mr. Hileman by experience, ability,
party service, &c, is as well quali
fied as any man in tho legislature.
For four terms he has had a seat
there. His services as leader of the
House last session is fresh in the
memory of all. He was mentioned
then for the place but we did not
need of atonic and alterative ia felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted lon and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. No medicin-! will
act more surely in counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache, Indigestion, Con
stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric
Bitter?. 50c and $1.00 per bottle
at J. II. Smith. Mt. Olive : li. IJ.
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Piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction,
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per box. For sale by J. II. Smith,
Mt. Olive, N. C, J. H. Hill & Son,
Goldsboro, N. C, It. H. Ilolliday,
Clinton. N. C. and all Dtns.-i?ts.
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gSIf you are not a subscriber to
The Caucasian you should bconre
one. Subscribe yourself and get your
neighbor to subscrib".
Good positions, apply pfr;ona!lv,
or by mail, for particulars of the
Business College, Favettevilia. N. C,
conducted by Prof. Rishton, (one of
the Faculty of Draughon's College,
Nashville.) who has th9 exclusive
right to teach teir famous coarse of
bookkeeping, which isrecopnizd by
business men throughout tho Union
VYitbin the nxt fw wwk we are
d-Mrum of nepiiriRg a food business
man in tvery county in LaHern Xorth
Carolina to i.-.snag and auptrvire tb?
?ale of the
, Spring Bed.
Vn ..rnrrilife i Tf fjtlirti!. TliOTlly
requirement .re h&Tt
nH men wno ocEire i oiiuh." i why i
Agents Make SI(X) per Month
by r upervieit'K the tale and d-lirir.K
of Springs by ub-ageiit who work
undfr their directions. AgnU need
not leave tbeir HUce or r.-:l-ct any
business in whi"li they may now Le
Xo oue need apply "wf,rt JfK9 Tji
mt an busings and ran furnish jroc-d
references. For particulars, adirt-us.
Sile Managers fur North Carolina,
runfiiwl MrMwtk la old or wtmum I
ASD OTHER WAMTIHQ
a M mttim. mt mH fMHrtaMf '
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ta a rwo.r a lark ema iktiu iir
press bis claims as tne itepnDncaiis theif book9f egpCialiy ga5ted for
wished the honor, but now there i3knnw..,ni. so,.;,.i mtA .-if tr.itJnr.
power to secure it, as well as tne legal no reason wuy ue suouw ut m u to u who enter POOIK No Tacationi;.
estaDiisument oi apouuy wiiiuu wm i unauiuiuuo vuvwo. t ui oyj v6 I a bookki-eDer of twenty rars fx-
- 1 J I f a. . I
Speaker please write me.
O. Ed. Kestlkr.
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Uood'i Pills are easy to take, easy to
operate. Cure Indigestion, headache
Subscribe for the weekly Cauca.
sian $1.00 a year. .
"Wm. F. Strowd,
Congressman-elect from the 4th District.
is to take his seat. Such a doubt would
be intolerable. But election frauds are
always shameful and abhorrent. They
alwavs cast a 6tain upon our institu
tionsalways mean something odious
and detestable. In Kentucky, Cali
fornia, Tennessee, and wherever elae
there may be suspicion, the inquiry
should be searching, rigid and relent
less. Tbe safety of respectable com
munities is involved. The honor of
free institntions is at stake.
Frkk 61 page medical reference
book to any person afflicted with
special, chronic or delicate disease
peculiar to their sex. Address the
leading physicians and surgeons of
the United States, Dr. Hathaway &
Co., 22S. Broad St, Atlanta, Ga.
Which the Greater Evil Trust or Brjan?
To the Editor of tbe New York "World.
Baltimore, Md , Nov. 5, 189G
Now that the campaign is over
and tho "World is triumphing over
the defeat of Mr. Bryan, permit me
to ask whether the trusts, which will
undoubtedly tighten their grip on
the people, are a greater evil than
the election of Mr. Bryan would
have been? Of what benefit is a gold
RtTtda.Td to the poor man, when
there is a trust on his left, a trust on
his right, a trust behind nim and a
trust in front , of him! Yon fought
the trusts for a number of years. Is
not now all your labor lest? Ignor
ant as the masses may be, their eyes
are not closed to the greater evil
which will result from protection
and trusts. I for cno are not thank
ful to yon. N. Gorfine.
tend to put everybody to work. In all
thi3 he hopes and expects that he will
be backed -try pamotic men, regaraiess
of party lines."
Mr. Uanna was asked what Demo
crats of note he had talked with on the
subiect of the future.
"I do not wish to name them all," he
said "but I may may mention Messrs.
W. C. Whitnev and Abram S. Hewett
Will Not Be Canvassed Till ThankFgl vln u
There is no canvassing board this
year to canvass the result of the vote
in this State. The new election law
abolished that feature of the old law.
The various clerks of the court are re
quired, however to forward the vote in
their respective counties for state, ju
dicial and congressional officers to the
Secretary of State by Thursday follow
ing the third Monday after the elec
tion. This date "happens to be Thanksgiv
ing day, the twenty-sixth. The re
turns from the various counties will
be opened then and the vote tabulated.
A number of clerks will be put at work
in order that the result of the vote for
the various offices may be known at
once. The vote of legislative and
county officers is not included.
The vote received Dy tne presiaen
tial candidates in the State will be
known next Saturday, rne law re
quires that the vote for electors shall
be sent to the Secretary of State with
in twelve days after election.
Governor-elect Russell will not be
inaugurated until the 29th of January.
Neither will the other State officers
perience in caarge.
For Over Fifty Tear
Mrs. Wikslow's Soothing Stbup
has been uned by millions of mothkks
for their children while teething.
with PERFECT success. It soothes the
CHILD. SOFTENS the GUMS, ALLAYS all
pain : cures wind colic, and is the
best remedy for diakrhcea.
Twenty-five cents a bottle
Kavine qualified aa administrator T toe
estate of Mary UUey. Jeced. late oMVake
county, this to notify all persons baviM
than. n tha nnnfmnieu va ui wc.w.w
2Uth day of September, 1. or this notice
will be plead in bar of tbeir recovery, and
-ii .Lwm ;nht.4 to tbe aaid ertat are
hereby noiilied to meke imrWiit pay
ment. J. P- OOODW I, dr.
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Parties having rice to sell will do
well do well to communicate with our
agents, or direct with us. We shall
always pay the highest market price
Carolina rice mills.
GOLDSBORO. S. C.
CLOSING OUT, LOW DOWN.
Ilavinfir other important business
which demands all of my attention, I
have decided to close out my iruit tree
department as fast as possible. And
in order to do tnis ac once, a wm aeu
anything that I have in stock in that
line at a bargain.
Will sell annle and peacn trees at
10c each, $8.00 per 100; 50 at 100 rates.
All other stock proportionately low.
Satisfaction guaranteed. All who wish
to secure first-class stock at rock bot-
. f R0A?TNtSS .
'G.WfEN ALL ORDERS?
Do You Want SS
A Teacher? K
Unnim'Q von either si;
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ems or uwm uiBra--"
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ehuce of diet. Ctu-f
2ays. Mmall plain pa-ifc-
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Hoi, nly by
MaoRae' s i
We can place you in correypondenee
with men cr women of ability and ex
perience. 2VU CHARGE.
Do You Need School Furniture?
Write for prices. We can save you
Clias. J. PnrUer,
Manager Teacher' Aid Arsociation
Uncle Sam's Crown of Thorns.
n 0iatn hv tha nth nf nffir. I tntn nrir.msi will do well to correspond I Hot. Wilmington. Martin & Market Ste.
IClCUUj ticoin.. v- " " I ' - - tkin. 7
until that date. The legislature of with me at once. - L in.
'93 changed the date of the governor's
inauguaation to the third Wednesday
alter tne nrsc Jionaay in January.
j. s. westbrook:
Old Xorth State Nurseries,
Faison, Duplin Co., N.C.
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