lUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
BY TIIK CA JGahIAN PCB.CO.
Oae Yer. . Sl.no
Three MosUfes. . .85
LAWLESSNESS WAl.KKII T11K
STATE LIKE A PKiTlLEJf CE.M
GOTBRNOR AYtXKJK STATED
M1 INAUOURAL AIiDItRM THAT
(J5DKR, AND TIf KI.MFOKE 11 Y IX
PLICATIOX IN CO.XiECiUKNCE OF,
FUSION RULE LAWLBttaNE WALK
ED TUB STATE LIKE A FESTILENCB,
CRIME STALKED AIIROAD AT NfK)N
DAY, SLEEP. LAY DOWN WITH
At ARM AND THE SOUND OF THE
pistol was more frkquwft than
the sond of the mocking bird."
how stands tub case to day
Governor? Haven't the acts
of three red shirt lkoislaturhu
and more than two years of
your own beneficent kulr
pabhkd into uwtory since you
proclaimed the foreooino?
When you are cavorting over
t'ue stats w hoofing fdr educa
tion and roads don't you hear
of more crimes being commit kl
in north carolina than ever
beforb and do you continue to
ATTRIBUTE TUEBE TO FUSION RULE?
THE INSANE SHOULD HE PROVID
An Inaano person was brought to
the asylum in llaieigh last week
but the patient had to he taken
back home as there was no room in
the asylum for another patient.
There was room in the asylum at
Morganton but they had no money
with which to ft d and clothe moio
Wouldn't It be a good Idea to
abolish three of the Superior court
judgeships, which were created for
party pets, and abolibh the ollice cf
a few extra clerks and appropriate
the money for the care of the Insane
of the state. As it is now many of
the Insane have to be cared for in
county jails and classed with com
mon criminals. It is enough to
make some people go craay to sre
how their money is rnt by the
democrats at the pie counter.
IWCRKASV IN CRIMES IN STATE.
Aycock and Simmons should try
to stop this grsat increase in crimes
In our state, especially as this Is not
campaign year. and there is no need
for lawless redshirters to terrorise
the state, There docs not eecmvto
be any reason for this great increase
In crimes In the state under demo
cratic 'good government," unless
it was the bad precedent set by the
lawless redshirters that paraded
this state in 1898 and 1900 in the
interest of the democratic machine
and ths protection by that machine
of democratic registrars from justice
who had been accused of bU aling.
If Messrs Ayccck and Simmons
would canvass the state and tell
these eame men that the "nigger"
would get them if they didn't do
abetter we are sure that the number
of crimes committed in the state
"would greatly diminish within the
TILLMAX, 8IUUONS A MOB RULE.
Senator Tillman of South Caro
lina, commonly known as pitchfork
Tillman, In a speech he delivered in
Savannah, Ga , last Friday night,
said: "What others are going to do
I know not, bat in South Carolina
the white man is bound to be on
top, and when other method fail
Ihe shotgun Is In" reserve."
When we first read the above we
felt like criticising Tillman for be
ing willing to resort to mob rale
to carry out his wishes in his state,
but upon further reflection we
realised that this was the game
principle upon which Simmons and
Ayctck got into office In this state
so we leave Tillman with his South
Carolina as we have the same
troubles at home upon which we
can spend all of our criticism.
Another murderer was acquitted
at Kinston Sunday. If these demo
cratic courts would put some Popu
lists and Republicans in the jury
box It Is more than probable that
some of the criminals would be at
thn penitentiary making brick in
stead of turned loose on the public
tp do more " devilment."
List week wr IhIchI
tint in mi-o erlnd (1-1
from tho jenliri:iiy. either !y
p .Ion t r olh.r i-p, w.thin a wpk,
a iii our r wa hardly off ire
p f hi tH'nr anoli r isont-r had
inad hUccaie from the initfi
tiary. The Shelby Aurora makes t! e
the r.llo lDK pertinent obeervation:
If the Ihinoerafs In Conre?
wniti 1 ! Mitnsthinc fl besides
obstruct legilatien, they could ren
der their coun'ry some wrvice."
Georga White was In Washington
some days ago, but if Mr. Francis
D. Winatsn accompanied him It
was not so stated In the prass de
Was it necessary to crtate three
now Judgeships on account of ths
great Increase in crlmts under
democratic "good government?"
WITH IKE UW MAKERS
MEM RFIt. HAVE BEEN ASSIGNED
lO THE DIFFERENT COMMIT
TEH. Mr. Ilooarelt Seems to b tba Cholea foi
President Among the Republican a wbll
ih Democrats Seem to be for Hentof
Washington, D. C,
Nov. 23, 1903.
For The Caucasian.
Congress has been busy during
thn week that has just pissed afgign
log members and Senators to th'
different Coram! Urea. The work ol
a Congress is ab ut all dore in the
Committee roonn and merabershij
on the important committees meam
much to the Senator who really de
aire to il l somethii'g for his State
Senator Overman has been placed oi
V e Committees in charge of Fores
It servations and viU thereby b
enabled to do good service in seur
ing favorable action on the Ap
palachian Park measure wl.it h is t
come up apain.
The public wes surprised at th
announcement in the pa tiers las1
week that two of the defendants i
the Post Office fraud cases had btei
acquitted. These wire Miller ant
J hns. Miller was formerly an A.k
s'sant Attorney in the Poit Oftic
Department and Johns was a prom
nent member of the liar of Indiana.
They were tried at Cincinnatti
Ohio. Many believe it will be
hard fr the Government to co ivic
any of the defendants as k muel
depends upon documentary evidence
that it is hard to make out a case ol
Kullt in which there is not reason
Everybody is interested iv the
ratification of the treaty with the
young republic ot 1'anama. A
North Carolinian, II. A. Gudger, i
the Consul General of the United
States to this country and has been
given quite a deal of publicity by
the recent happenings th' re.
There is a great deal of discussion
going on among democratic mem
bers of Congress as to the proper
man to be named next year for the
PresMency by their party. If tie
members know the sentiments ol
the people of their Slates, Senator
Gorman is far in the lead. Among
Itepublicians it is generally supposed
that President Roosevelt will be
nominated without opposition.
There is a belief, among some, how
ever, that there are certain interests
which will insist so strongly for the
nomination of Senator Hanna that
he will be prevailed upon to seek
BUTLER AND GLENN.
Candidates For Gorernor On a Mlaru e
I'latform-Sweat and Abase Ag-slnst
The following article under the
above caption appeared in the
Hickory Times-Mercury Nov.
The other morning while on our
streets, we picked up the following
My dear fir: Doubtless you have
seen in the papers teat I will be a
candidate before the next Demo
tic State Convention for the office
of Governor, and I write this letter
hoping that I may obtain yoi r help
in securing the nomination. For
twenty-six yajrs I have actively
fought my party's battles against
Republicanism, Butler ism, and mis
rule, heJiKid as a member of the
Sta.a Senate, tu franid the Const!
tutlonal Amendment, and then did
all I could. for Wklie Supremacy,'
and deserve no thanks b.nt won Id, ,
as s mark of the people's confidence, 1
ask the position sought. Will y u
please let me know the feeling in T
your eection towards me, and what'
support 1 can gei7 i win apprer
date greatly your aid and hope you
can seaa me tne names or gom
good men to Whom I can write.
Please keon mA nAsfn 1 no tn ii o nn
look. Thftnkin,vnnfno,lvn,.rtr.,r,OV?r-Wrki.n2.Jri Piping thick.
any help given me, I am
Jl. B. G LEX X.
We publish It as newa and for
comment. It wont be news to ma
democrats : for. doubtle&. I
every one of any note, has received
one. Some have rec ived them I
wno are not for Mr. Glenn. They ;
ikin 1 La S A a a a
imua. uo uugno io nave snown, or
puoiisned that letter ha claimed be by audrugpstsififty
had from Mr. Cie velar d sayinz he cent and one-doKaratz-
wa fnr fre UX fA i w.r M' T" ay hfv a
m . v .v. a. iutj
think he ought not to say "Re-
publicanlsm and Butlerism," aa i
other smart Democrats call them one
" -;--,- -r,-zz -r
and the srae thin? In this section.
Thy think, if Mr. Ulenn did ocly
his du'y, tneu hrh aid not charge
for it. Th-y lr.jnfc Mr. U leu n should
jJml LoiMt .Jg In the legislature
that raed the amendment; for
every n e running lor that legisla
ture fa;d on the stump, that it was
a lie that tbeyvintended to pas such
a law said it was a IJutler and Re
publican lie. Then some democrats
think Mr. Glenn diJ wrong when
he allowed his party to discriminate
against both the prohibitionists and
liquor men in helping to pa.'s the
Watts law to shut up the still in
other portions, and at tr:game time,
Incorporate one or two stills in Yad
We think th8 Democrats should
nominate Mr. Glenn. They just as
well pay him fordoing hi duty as
any one else. Then ue think the
Republicans ought to nominate
Marion Butler asrainst him. since
Mr. Glenn's party hs diefraiKhbed
the Populist party in the State, so
that it can't nominate and run him
Cnen we could have a joint canvass,
qramons and Aycock, yon know,
efuseed to meet Butler and Dr.
Thompson, because they did not r -
tgrilz- any party but the Republi-j
an party. A puny excu e. AmV
the negro Is not lu P, Mr Glenis
ou'd canvass the State without a
ed shirt band like Mr. Aycock ha
i'hen Mr. Butler could canvass tho
tate with him, without being
nreatened with death, met with red
irts cr rotten eggs. White men
ere promised that when the
tegroea were taken out of politics
hev should have th ricrhr. tn differ
a politics. Then thev could dlscu s!n
1 I f
equal rights to all and special tj
Wt I 5 1 Art ri ft in w. n h . I 4 . . M
vhites voting, to taxes, and to pro j
tibition and to liquor. It would do
is good to hear the joint discussion. !
t would be ''sweat and abuse'
(gainst logic." Now we have given
his free notice so that all the people
ould consider the matter, and not ;
be few who are supposed to yet
tand with the party machine. All
ou!d like to hear Mr. Glenn and
Mr. Butler discuss "Republicanism,
iiutkrbm and Misrule," and high
ixep, discrimination, etc.
ANOTHER RAILROAD WRECK-
' wo Men Killtd and Three Irjured in a
Wreck on Balaam Mountain.
Asheville, N. C, Nov. 23. By
the wrecking of a ireight train on
the Murphy branch Sunday night
two trainmen were killed and three
iijured. The dead are Engimer
Guy L. Moore cf Asheville and
Hrakeman Charles Porter of An
drews. The injured are Conduct tr
1. M, Boone of Waynesville, a
nephew cf J. P. Kerr of this city,
Fireman R: M. Fortune, a brother
of Law Agent Fortune of the .South
ern, and Flagman G, W Killiam
Oapt. Boone was bruised about Hie
head, as was also Fireman Foitune.
Mr. Killiam was slightly bruised
it.out the body.
A RUNAWAY BICYCLE.
Terminated with an ugW ci1: ot
the 1 g of J. B. Orner, Franilir
G ove, I I It devtloped a a ub or.
ulcer unyielding lo doctors aim! re
ra dies for four y an. Tfe n H k
'en's Arnica alve cured I 'sju
s g od for Burns, Plra, !Sk
Erup ions and Piles. 25c at ar j
ROBERT H. McNEILL
Ailornej & taelltr at I n,
Office in Bond Buji.dixr,
washington, t. c
J. C. Prilchard )
Will prosecute jcs-sion and p'ent
claimp, represent dfendm'a Lwjore
the Honorable Coii.u,iiorer of
Internal Revenue, and ir.aae c ! e -i
tions from various .Depart men's of:
the Government, vp ciaiy tor j
PostmasterB and U. S. Comma
Unhdaithj Kidneys Make Impure lilocd.
Ail tLs b)ood in your body ptS3es througli
your kidneys once tvery three minutss.
The ki4.;ys are your
blood purifiers. ty f',U
ter out the waits or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or put
of order, they fall to do
Pains, ache: tnd rheu
matism "come rom' ex-ces-!
of uric acid in the
bbod, due to'nelectd
Kidney trouble causes aujck nr .mt.,
. heart Jbets, and makes one feel aslhouSh
.-.V.x. 1 , . . - . : V
hey hii heart trouble, because the heart is
poisoned blood through vejns and artjeries.
It used to be consicered that enly urinarv
troubles were to be traced to the kirfnuvt
hit now modern science proves that nearly
all eertaijjytional diseases have their begia
m'r?5 In kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidnev
ind c extraordinary effect of Dr. Kamir'a
vonderful cures of th west distressing cases
v- m .
and is sold cjj js merits -fZ'fr
tarrmir rv-vtt if. riv mai n . . i
free, also pamphlet telling yru now io find
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"' '-' '"
Wb?n I was firet marrteJ
Bealth war gra4ca.i? U
and irritabla, anrt was la
dara cf ar noath. aa4
Mr iutbasa bad tba teat
his medicine tor urarlr foar I
orac. ioA t-m atraAgtX asxt
XI Cedar Terrao.
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- A f.-;r.l whi was rallinj oo ma b-xxj-ht ana a bottle cf
Wlaaof Cardai and was a k ad ta its praise that I loU
an taat I woulJ tasa n i paaa nar.
I was aarpn.l an Wp'aaaed ittat before
better, ae i fciou asiofit. Kigai
bottles breefbt aak nsr oat b:tb r
in sue Bntba.
Vrt. Fiuieaa kad little hope ef relief because she knew tbat rrrry
time ska ka4 those spells ef aaeastrmaJ suffering with attpoiant Learing
down paJaa she was weaker. A a 4 erery monia the pain was growing
Bat Vrt. Tinnefsa was cared ky Wiae ef Cardoi. the it sow so
well that there arc few wesaeai whe weald set be glad to hare the health
he has. Ab4 mj wssua who has those dreaded bearing mowa pains
can hare the sajsve relief.
Te eaji he iree freta enatrual irregHlarities if yra take this pore
vegetable wiae. Why dea't rem take it wkea yea see what it has dona
f or others T tecare a kettle a! Wiae ef Cardai today.
Tear iragf ist kas $1.00 bottles.
Thert'a no satisfying peoplw with
the we t her even in the next world
tt wid probably be too hot for some
of 'era. Er,
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