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tlieroot .of the trees."
ni iii in . ini wir
m i mv. ryiBi iLi
V, aAnd now also the axe is laid un
11 . JCk. -. I
. . j along the lines.
For the Bkoadaxe. i We are not in tl;e !.M,t discuiir
SlllTL GJTT THERE. a-t.j. In ,,rP;lt tU,t
-Jhlfpbibuion party h just a inchln' on,
She'l soonei-or latt r get there as sure as
you are born.
She's sorter -slow in starling and ome
think she is lame,
But though bhe starts, off slowly, she'l ;
get there all the (tame. i
iiiiciwooht wtiikev parties mav riV11 v "s onr oritur n u -
tink boom?"'' overiaKc ine
t heinwi rit ajy ik
-The whiskey iw?n may hate her and try
"'r to put !ut down,
""But still she'l grow and prosper in toun
. try place and tow n.
'So'rah for Prohibiting she's comin' hve
,. . and bye,
She's on the w iy as certain as the sun
in the ky,
And "when she gets here, fellers, the rads
And Democratic leaders shall no more
Then boys the sickest roosters, that ever
you have seen.
Will be old Had and Demi with the hot-
tie in between.
' For the Huoadaxe.
BY A. I MKNOENIIAT,!.,
The election now is pust,
, And quiet come at last,
And the elect now sing under every tree,
The hearts of those are glad,
The defeated very sad,
For the ojjlrc 'has parted from me.
All you who ol!lce love, "j
. - And can't tha love4 remove,
IK'V wi ia.vi .o
sub.sc n')j.)n pri,'(. if they tal-
C WJ-J AUK TI HK!K
u "NVe are tired of seeing the would
be Temperance element in the old
parties assent to a thiug they claim
'.Jjiey dof'not endorse. What do these
tSTWiiperance nlen do when oting for
candidates who habitually offend the
laws of temperance?
The now noteil evangelist.. Rev
W. P. Kite will b-jgin his nhvting at
dlenian lept. stli, and continue
days. Mr. Arthur Butt, who
lead his singing, will be present
his tent, which has a seating
for 1500 persons. Kvory
fio attend. Ample
be reserved for those
who wish to camp with wagons.
Rev. W. ('. Hammer is our author
ized County Organizer. He will vis
it the various sections of Uandolph
County for the iurpsoe of organizing
Prohibition Clubs and soliciting
funds, subscriptions and advertise
ments for this paper. lie is a good
aud true man and we bespeak J'or
him the cooperation of all friends of
our caCe. Receive him to your hos
pitality and encourage him in his
ire to direct particular at
the call of the Kxecutive
muttee for a Prohibitory Conven-
tion, to meet at: Asebmo, ept. loth.
Ijet every Prohibitionist who can, be
sure to go. There ought to be a
grand rally and some stirring speech
es on the occasion.
A great deal; depends upon start
ing the campaign right. We desiie
a full attendance, not , only for the
moral effect, but that we may put
our heads together in making the
nominations. Do imf f'ai? ( ?- there.
jr. v. r. r.
From the accounts which have
come.ro us of the State convention of
the Woinans' Christian TemjKrance
Union which was recently held in
Concotxl, it must have been quite a
any means. We have muv!) n. ..
KnrtiijL BikjDa x i: :
rno;.-h far in rn- U ian ! 1
.4-1.. ... 1 .
.-tailit out paper. I enjov
because it i !arl.-.s. in a 1 vx-at in-.-oi'md
principles ! vovernttient,
down at the hotto.-n of a!J . poitica)
corni)tio!i lies tin lipinr tragic.
Had government is rati so-! 1V bad
men, bad men are caused bv the liq
In Indiana v.e have a hard fi'rht.
The two old rum enslaved parries
are go nearly equal in voo-s lir.it
parii-ian strife runs high ;md waxes
warm. Thev sav we are trvimi to
defeat the Republican party, say we
talk Prohibition and vote the Demo
cratic ticket. Of course it is a lie.
Some hypocritical Deinocrai.s elothn
oiuo hvpocntical Republicans
Prohibition-and vote the R,pt,b-
We are told by peculative politi-
cians that, without a protective tariff!
the American ixHJDle would ,lie as":
the leaves of autumn and be - atla - red
to their-fathers. Again we are told
that the protective tariff causes the
poverty, penury, crime and suffering
that is spread over thedaud like the
pall of death, but political malefac
tors do prevaricate.
Through trickery, mobbery and
fiendish' treachery Indiana Prohi-
bitionists have held their. own polling
3.08 votes. 1K8C. it. I So
prohibition does ;
proTimit. ram -Jones says, - ;
need to stop the business of
y . . . - . ,
, ., . , , " 1
rirohibitorv law and one num.. j
At 11 A. M. Aug". 30 the Demo-j
cratie Co. convention organized tern- i
lull' lvil " 1 I t 1 ii'l-Mll) i. ill 1 1 V ill th"
court house at Asheboro. On ' rhv j
wall was inscribed tne motto "L niied
we stand, divided we fall.f'
For one and one half hours vhil
the committee on credentials v.vr
out trying to adjust matters between
contesting delegations, a tine oppor-
tunity presented its.-lf for policy I'm- j .-'eiit to a number ot lriends ol Prohi
in" Dr. John M. Worth was called. ' bition, and the lar-e number 'of re
He said iu substance: Tiiat not with- j spouses t() the appeal is indeed grati
in his memorv had such a convention ! lying. IWow is a list of those who
conYt-ed at Ashebon: that. tie.
Democrats wijre there: the Allium,
were there: th.e Prolublt ionists we;--
there: he was glad tV S"e the il
then1. He was in favor of'putiiiii:
Democracy above ery thing, tlie
Alliance next, then Prohibition.
Alliance and Democracy aa l -been
one and th" same thiin: till, th intro
duction of the Sub-Treasurv
i ; ; i
i ! 1 1
Zeb Vance was the greatest man from
the whole South. The body of the
Alliance were honest, but they mus;
go slow. Tiiey were not prepare-! i.
legislate. It would not be well fu
them'to follow their leaders, som-.- '!
which already had a senatorial b --
in their bonnets. The erring Prohibi-
tion brethren wouhi l)e welcome:',
back tp the Liriud old party Oe-.. ,v -.
The Dr. was called first presum i!
1 ! k
because his experience in manipula
ting measures for party success
eminently fitted him to give advi-.v
()t!:er 'advisers tollou--,! ma;rdy i;
the same channel, P.oth :n p a ! i i
and in private during the day. ta:Vv
was administered, without stint . thar
the urand old Ddnocra'ic part v
should once more be v
: h. " ii
save the credit of the county a,ud d
justice to the i"ir "y--." :v:t no
withstanding the Hercu!ea:i etior: at
unity, LiKniv Towns'r.ip w.l- co-n-
ijetely ignored a banner Township
1 JK! n all
The n a 1 of the iiov State Exec-
uri'.e Cwti.r .itt' f the Prohibition
Party u as f. .;!., vi.- : Edwin
iia,-r. ,rv. (.. 1 ir-. v
-rv. W.,rt!iville.V. C. :
haw l. S.citii-at
vV. T. Park.-:-. A;v
Durbawi. . C;.
N. C. and
D.r. I). W. C. !i
'.:i , 'r.i.'.
Temple in Chi-
e.isro, wiji.c conn r-.-t"iie was
- , ... - iiii.'s': run i -
pri.-- of spi- n i .'1 a; i-nituile w'nich
ih-.u-at,- t?ait th- day of bi- things:
MP"!1;i,'',;in(,:Cll,!l!e " cort ;
1 hat the W.-C. L. 1 nion shoid
ttvv ijinh-rtakt-n the erection ol a
dlliori-tlolhir hnildinir displays la
fine audacity, and that they shoti!
be carrv i iil' it forward so successful
. - -
i e inc-s auministrative aoiiirv nev-i
er oeiore snown ny any -woman s or -
gaji!.;4tion o! any kin i. .May the
Te.Miperance Temjile lift its proud
h'ud in t itiu- for :!! the world and
his wife to -ve it at the World's Fair.v
IfV bv thn wav, there are any more
T- " " I?
p'-"' ' V ' C'
l n ion. ix.
II ,liay .V0!ir Pruyer like
- ' shiP' wllieh' vvhe;) 5t -oes n :l long
v) ,,H'S not vmw ,il,len 80
800,1 : bul when it dws come home,
it nas a richer ircint. .lere "coast
ers" will bring your coals, or such
like ordinary thing,"-; but they that
go afar to Tarshi:h, return with gold
and ivory. Coasting prayers, such
as we pray every day, bring us many
necessities; but there are great i
Tiraverri w hif li. likf t)a nhl fsT-vMiiish
to ma nag-.; this matter, and all pledgeTanda
and monevs should be sent direct to
him, at Randleman. All subscrip !
i to t ii i :m(l ii:mn!.'ii",:i flliul
... I --('-. . V ' ..... -
-vdl lm duiy credited in the 1;:oao-
j K,re,v agree to subscribe to the!
t .,. i 4 i :-;-,-- l-n.r .md P-niMvii-m
; l.i i' '
i-urei me sum oi .7
() bu ,,,, (eiuand, and s.
to be paid October 1, ls'm.
The above circular letter lias been
iiav.-' subscribed to this fund with
a'lit.'uut subscribed opposite each
. i i : -e .
T. C. Wortii .
.!. W. Lonv
. c. Knglish.:.
A. J. Touditison..
V . an
. W. New by
. . Xwl
I !:-.''!: Macon
Lewis i! tithes
1 r. O. Walker
!-v. W. il. Lowdermilk
M -s Hammond
. '. i;i;!i
. . . udrews.
. K. Talh-y ...
, p.. lb -nh-; ....
V -Oi ICu
. . o
A. . i "ai 'Us
. L Lc n ird
!. L dackfui
H V Mbri.rbf
J his :.owin bcejn W"i t ii means
)U, . - It means that thmL-,,
" J'"t wi v n :i!in r t.. ....
'P- tneir monev in .. , :
uey in a
rig!;i ' . x.
..nes io x au
!U bv.l they came t
omi, o i
iviiscir prot.-t-rj the
Ve wr:"''o' to be auact -;il;.r,--d tae c
f jtj hnf tjpuS reform, anl begged
i.r rntp it rt oiifs tti turn Oil I
e- corrupt ins. y our party .hal
f:!d its-' own, we; luwe uone well ; if
? have gain., it is a victory.
"The farmers protest will bo
and nnafailiug. Those who are
the moat active promoters of the
tris.'rs? movementwill realize tliat
' ftirfr n inriAt linni! !tlni!ir.
pmlar reforms. The ProlitbUion
pltfty is in better coudition than ever
btoro'and will posh forward an a?-
gfl-ssire edncational and organizing
CT W will Rhow the Far -
c:Iaapaign ; We will show .the far
I'Mtrs9 1 -"AUbnce,; the , Patrons
iuifabandrvJAirricnltnral Wheels and
olfaer farmers! ofgrmiiatioiis that oar J Vou will never get ont of it unless
! l. .i 4t.-.-.i.i mLtt. . .i u mi'
1 i iixiy ia meir natural uiijf . uu
. :ji -v rii 4-u:. annr- tr
rniers need the prohibition party.
e.favor prohibition of the liquor
iffic," the prohibition "of trusts,
ohibition of private ownership
ttural blessings, prohibition
itered stocks and the wrecking
: '1 Pt0-hibUioD f litical ! 1 dfd n6tke mach '
ty and commercial robbery. . it, I was so possessed j with
j am just completing arrange- though 1. 1 X.ike as when ti
whereby there will be morf serpent was lifted np, thci
ineation along this line during
ixt year than ever was possible
,re. We have carefully prepared I heard th is ffgftV
ati8 for systematic work iu every charming word it)"
fUa TTt.irtii liiriniT tc litvt Ob'"!' InftttWl until ' 1 " i
- . ;f
These plans will not be pub
but; will be pushed." vow. heaven Twill loo y v ;
TIKGEJON'S CON VER
nowleage - pi
i.n - t - .r tn n..L-
Willi',, K ll!lll".
aiouc.a to ste ho
with others, hut
wii 1 come to fit op; n 'aii! I na t
the on!v wav bi break ir down
through a prohibition party, and
when they do, they will not be turned
aside by anything from J he party,
ancl when a!! wh desir- the destruc
tion of- l:iis infernal business come
toget!.er in ope party, we will sweep it
from r'ne fa-v of the eariii a? with
the besom of destruction.
LKT iinilSllASS UK I'.
en an :" '.v in
:,, i ,.. ..!
over-t'tate it ule ii ' si'V 'iiat
hundred ti:ous;ind. s doons
country have b-.-n insiiu-mera!
destroying in.-iv' huinaii s in
tlie i-.-t live Vears t!;an tne !v.o
lions of armed men did -during the
two vears of th-- civil war. Wnisk- v
dea !' v v,'-'.i!.'i t b in
shell, or ai .C;
our improv-Mi moo- i u .'.a:
think of the awful tu'ncession oi
i ill :.M oepi: s tour o.'
i di red and r--eii!v
uri'i Co !iuu-
. nr;iri-bin i ewrv v--;;r poo t :- ooor-
wav of hell. i i i v iu: l ed : aat
. witn in t!:e last tii'ty y. ar more ttVtr;
; thr-- uiiiiioiisoj Ameru-an citi.ei;s
have been destroyed by the lhpior
tratlic: a:'l i.iort tluin 'Vcii ntoiion-
ol women anu cup'Ir- n. -.-r on;
vautite'l ihig of oroi. e-;,
at tiie irruvv of their murd
A -.-t !
bands and fa"e-rs .ml :.: v.
I i ;! i !
ciicS to toe aven,
"I: i V :e
1 ), eu .. i ,P 1C
H. C. F.nJ -ii
Me-rs d. !L
a::; ottu-vs u
U in; -.-ctio;,
.. I '. i
,t, v.al.-d up-li. i tj.
I ... .,.,ti.!i,.-i.ic and mtnot-
X-re Mio. .. i
i '11. . - i-.OTV i-r:-l". 'M II 11
p. i-- l- i - ; ,
kre true, but v.- ar. autnor::-. m
frui. r.nj.iSo io a.i " v
t :i:ak.- an 'otni.-ia-lic -i-er.
-d -!le X
of the ci.'i red n-.-iViur iitL
Mp-;eS JiUil t gi'V.- :t:! our srr?w
he jOjfCi-.-;s of r - y, a:': y. ' W" beN
j lievv all ; goo peoph- admir" that ti e (ofrw
; " '-i ; - ; o, brethren
o'l-at is.i;. of ti:-! dav anl v. ' liiiik
but I did iiotkuow this place. It
wd3 a primitire Metbodi-iU chaeL
I Jad heard of these people from
many, 'how they sm-j so loady that
they n:aw!eivtde heads ache," bat
that did lfct ;; matter. I wanted vto
know how1, 1 miht be RiTed, and if
they uiudej my hed ache ever so
much I did not care. So sitting
down, the'Serr ice went on bot no
minister cnitia, At last a very thin
: !mkijtg tin came into the pulpit
and ojaed hii Bible and read these
words: 'I-JOk- nnto me, and be ye
; saved, all Uie ends of the1 earth.
1 Jnst fietUmg-bis eye upon me, as if
' h kPw ihphII hrL hskid:
- he knew me all by heart, he saia:
ol! Young man, you are in troable,"
Well: I was. sure enouirh. SaT be.
t juu w& w vnusu auu men my
;nim'I.;a . k...ia v.z .;i
: only I think, a primitive Methodist
could do, 'Look, look,, look! ' It is
of ; I saw at once the way of aalvaji
of. Oh, how I did leap ior jbyla
of j moment ! I know not what
the ed and, were healed.; "1
be - waiting to do fifty things
- ; have, looked tiny .yr 0
this r v
We think we can tell vou wliat it i
You are atraitl of the unpopularity
of our cause. If ;!ie christian nun
of tins nation believed fully that ours
would be the winning party in I8'.r2,
millions o:' good men would vote wit!
U-. who in the te-xt presidential idee
tion vote with one or the other of the 1
key parties. If th-.;. good men of
h'-lU.ioIpil County could believe that
1 !.c the iliO-t pojei
COUilfV, W"e would
lar ji trt Vi m t a.
eds of oteS H hiell Wi!! be
j dvei. iy christian men in f.tvr o
principles they pray agaiiist ccrv lay.
"li is tu ei ni ne o.vn ;.; iiiliar li'; "!i
I -.vho has lift -d up his h-vl again-t
1 li t i ; i..
M;:. KptToi: :
Wl.V i'o v.ei p:oHKe (. r ; i i a pn-
hdtMioi. tieke; in ii'ainioj ii co i n ' v :
Hae V'Ui jj.it been co'jvjjicet!. Ion:
igo. ::a: v..- an !ui vi,ir .hck .
That yon an- k nown -very where t
:iou.in- but a "M!e Siiow" in th"
int. r -st of the democratic an.! P-pub-
, . . :..
i:c.m par'!--: Ly. That lw
, . , , 1 ..
,.l'.ri-i.ill T 1 1 . . O
! . -I I W ! to , I
r t , . et ;..,.
. . : ?-1 t in .-.li'. 1) . !iCOi.-
Yo!: know rbatthe
i in - ....
le!i,M-;a:;c j..trrv na i f
ti'uoiv on an .'A ' l
party ii io---l to pncnbinor., :
i:ui is eormmio-i o "
I . . I -rli. I .1
ecu.- " pbmk. and t. you cdaiimiHS
to want piehioitl.-:-. :H -ie
th-- inter-si id tie- R. publ
rv. ' ?h. shame ' shame !
Oui: teii5g sucn
, ..j ai voUf Ilien t0
ilivi.it: tljetn eiiiain, -ii-
the IVmovralie p.tay. aim
to lU. i:,.,rb,k-an irty. V
lhi u;. Lie. ne ami !fl-.
..Ji. iff Ynl
r- l now ui"- w-- i
t preach a Jej-J
JM )l 111 (Will ' -'
nothing efsc in our plattoYiw
a i:;u:m:;i!1 man oo.-s or fan ot
Toe PitoniBrnox pARirof Rani
dolph county, by its Ilepresentativea
assembled in Convention, acknowl
edge Almighty God as the sourer of
all power aud authority in all hnmmi
governmenr, ana mvoKing ins o vujh
fhelp in all its efforts for the aboli
tion of the drink traffic declares '
Fiust That the traffic in intoxuat?
ing liouois is the prolific sour.
of crime and lawlessness, th-
chief agency in the corrupt ion
of the ballot, legislation aud a
ministration of law, the d
Uon of the Sabbath, and th
Ol ii wiiiuiuauuiio ftu '
lions that ericouraire a
rg iO'iY, rr.'s
"MFA Dl'.S'll A I.I. S-e.
r-'ouTii!: as'ni'm, mki:tin'.s op fin:
TP.N1. V ! N : ' ' 1 1 U I I I
ti n! sit i n tos oi- 1 smo.
The following official ihwip"""' J
from tie- Ptte ofC-orgia -,r receiv
ed during the a-t at-";l! ""'ting f
the .Vitional U'oman's Christian
'i'einperanc- Cldou, held in the city
of 'hi. .!'.' tlie y.iv 1
All ASIA, I' A., Oct. -' 1nS!
In 7 0:ji" r." i' ml f)hi'ifi of' if
X unn't lL,,- ( 'irifli'in
The suhsc ril rs her to, officials
and cit' us of the st;iti of Ccjrgia
and citv -f Atlanta, reSjK-ctfuUv in-
i,irt ,., .lllir eminent
ph i hm irpic ltIy to hold iU
UvJ.t (i,iUua National convention, in
fj,.. al,tnmn of 1-V.mi. in mi-:, MIi
,ds mo.-t cord hil in :
I llli'Il I kill! '
. . .
4 ,-Hu.leare kc iiiy ame
r 1 1
""gVeat concnis of religion,
4 - I ...
.. .',-.- ..,i. "overnm in. un.
v5 "'. "'
h. - y are d--p!y inlrcstt-l in ail Un-
- e I l...t P
. 1'cient hx-.ui re;ri, aim n.t. --j
irh i-t an i skilled in the dutu-3
are arn m un s
and helpful patri-
J did oot n:ak- anv
.o r... - - f I -'I
thorn '-' tl' 1
yu s-e that To ma-vc
L1' er. each half Voll
- UUUVI- . .-.l..r.l- 111
. k - -
till Oil LIlOSi l'U'V .
hilars !i"Wt-er d- -J b