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. Wr. CerlUle m Dr. Jekjll ad Mr. Hyde Representative Carlisle, at a mem ber of Overeat from the State of Kentuckrmde one of the most no table epeeqMJ of bit life in bit de fence of tbdouble standard, a ex pressed in tbe unlimitedbit own words coinage of silver, and in tbat tpeocb he made this declara tion, wkich it at true to-day at it wat when delivered: "Tbe amendment itself Mates tbe object of tbe proposed conference as plainlj at it can be done. It is 'to adopt a eomtnon ratio between gold and silver for the purpose of estab lishing internationally the use of bi metallic money.' Nofa tingle stand ard of either gold or silver, but a bOUfJLB 8TANlAl't at we had in this country from 17'J'Jto 1871, and at we will hare again when tbit bill be cotaet a law. MOur power of legiidation over thit subject will not bo exhausted by the passage of this measure, and we ought not to bait for a single mo ment in our efToits to complete tbe work of relief inaugurated by it. The struggle now going on cannot cease, and ought not to cease until all the industrial interests of tbe eountry are fully and Anally emac cipated from the heartless domina tion of syndicate, stork exchange, and other great combinations of money-grabbers in thit country and hurope. Let mm. if we can uo no better, past bill after bill, embody ing in each some one substantial provision for relief, and send them to the Executive for his approval." In his Memphis speech, Mr. Car lisle said that there could not be two standards. In the above-quoted speech he declares for a double ttandard. Atlanta Constitution. Mr. Carlisle, in common with other office-holders, has been compelled by King Qrover to bow down and worship the golden image. And among all the big office-holders none are brave enough, like the II brew children of old, to face the fiery furn aceof losing office. -i M w aanaaaaaaB - , , w w V m m rf-v-akT-W"T V m m I THE INCOME TAX DECISION. i f 40Q.000 S0LOS KMMM) J ? I IV I A 1 1 V No iHM.k ever iHil)Ii-Iiel ha. made Mi'rh a remnrkahle record in a few ve-k. Thi-. io"k i creating a wn- MUioii throiielsoiit the I'mteU Mate, It i a revelation on the money motion, and i chin sins the views of million or patriotic tti Kreat iue now American penple. itienfi on leI'or the Th Keforin Club." We have tpoken more than once of the 'Ileform Club" at 62 William' street, New York. The New Era says: Tbe "reform club" of New York has, it it said, three thoasand mill ionaire! in it. It is a Wall street club, and has stolen the name "re form," hoping to deceive tbe public. n uares not eaii naeu Dy its own name the "Wall street club." This reform (T) club is sending out finan cial articles to tbe Republican and Democratic country papers. When you see such an article, remember it is representing me views oi rew York millionaires; and remember, too, that if the interests of the lion and the lamb are identical, so are tbe interests of tbe millionaire and tbe laborer and producer. .Kentucky tpullion Convention. The Kentucky State Republican convention met at Louisville on June 4th. A resolution to send delegates to the free silver convention was tabled. Col. W. 0. Bradley was unanimously nominated tor Gov ernor. The convention declared against free silver, and in favor of the Cleveland-Kosthchlld cliquo by adopting tbe following financial plank: We tra onpoaed to the free and unlimited coinage or silver, believing that it would involve the country In financial ruin. We believe in a sound currency, and in tbe use of both cold and silver for coinage, provided aiwaji luai a douar in one is made nrinci- I l" !! l it . ,. awy as vamauie aa a uouar in me outer. The Negro at the South. Washington Post. Gen. Wade Hampton is now veri fying, by spoken as well as by writ ten word, every assertion tbe Post has heretofore advanced as to tbe attitude of tbe high-class southern whites toward their colored fellow- citiiens. lie is proving tbat it is not the old aristocracy, the slave-holding dates or forty years ago, who an tagonise the negro and would keep him in political degradation, biyt the "poor whites," the demagogues, and the ignorant rabble. Gen. Hampton says: "As a slave he was faithful to us. As a free man let us treat him as a friend." And that, we solemnly believe, is the feeling of nine out of ten of the southerners of his birth, breeding, ana associations. It is important tbat ths question should be carefully considered and intelligently understood at the north. m i j . i i i i Mnere nas seen eneugn, ana more than enough, of misapprehension and the prejudice that cornea of ignorance. It is not tbe southern politician the old Confederate leader or bis descendant who sets up the false and cowardly pretext of "No Negro Domination" to eover out rages on the ballot-box and the tup- m m . i . . presHiou oi ireo government, it is the irresponsible demagogue, the imsohief-making agitator, and the vicious rowdy. Twenty-five years ago there was some reason for such a rallying cry, and then men of the Wade Hampton class responded to it and rescued the civilization of the south from extinction. But no such reason exists today and every sensi ble and honest man throughout the south perceives and acknowledges tie trutn. The integrity of the Union, the preservation of our institutions, tbe Tignit oi me inaiviuual, wmte or black, are in no danger at the hands of the gentlemen of the south. Good Health And a good appetite go hand in hand. With tbe loss of appetite, the sys tem cannot long sustain itsjlf. Thus xne lorxinoauona oi goou neaitn are broken down and the system is lia t , i . 11 1 J" T . . Die 10 aiiac&a oi uisease. it is in such cases tbat the medicinal pow ers of Hood's Sarsaparilla are clear . ly shown. Thousands who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla testify to a U r us great merits as a puriner oi the blood, its powers to restore and sharpen the appetite and promote a healthy action of tbe digestive or gans. Thus it is, not what we say but what Hood's Sarsaparilla does that tells' the story and constitutes the 'strongest recommendation tbat can be urged for any medicine. Why sot take Hood's Sarsaparilla now! Homo Heker Kxrarnlona. ' '' Home-Seekers' excursions have Just been mrranwd for. froiu points west of the Ohio and M ississrppi rivers to all points on South ern lUilway in North Carolina, Bouth Caro lina, Georgia, Alabama, Miamssippi and Tennessee. The dates upon which tickets juust be purchased are, June 11th, July 6th, .August 7th, September 4th and October 2nd. A rate of oue far for the rouod trip will 1 made for ronpectom and also a low one way rate for settlers. M. V. Richabm Land & Immigration Agent, THE CAUCASIAN WILL MAKK IT HOT DOR BHKMIES OF BEFOK1W ALL THIS TEAK. I r YOU WANT TO KEEP POSTED 111' KiroUM WORK. SEND US TOUR i JAME FOtt A 1 EAR. ' " It makes the subj-ict 80 plaiu." DO YOU WANT MORE BONDS? OTJB Anglo-Wall St. Administration la endeavoring to precipitate upon the Nation A GOLD DEBT OF 8500,000,000.00 ! ! Which will entail fifty years of added labor, self-denial and pri vation. Had COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL been studied more generally some years ago the wise men of finance could not to-day hope to carry their audacious and infamous measure. COIN'S FINANCIAL SCHOOL IS WAKING UP THE PEOPLE. READ IT ! STUDY IT ! RECOMMEND IT ! SZE002ST3D "VOLTXIVLIE UP T OMT JUST OUT. SIX Continuation of COIN'S SCHOOL covering events of past months, bringing new characters, new authorities, popular gold bugism met and dissected. After you have read the School get UP TO DATE, Same price. Popular edition. Sent by mail to any address upon receipt of price 25 cents. ADDRESS ILL DRIES DH ID HIS OFFICE. A TALE r TWO As"uncie lorn s (;abin roused a na tion to knowledge of features of human slavery and impelled millions to action at a critical period, so "A Tale of Two Na tions" may arouse the people to a consid eration of what it is which is making my riads suner and impel tneni to action toward securing a remedy swift and sure. It is a forceful book, and one which will have its lm press upon the times, and of any book, by any autnor. tnis is much to say. Chicago Times THE FIGHT IS OH .A "N"D - National Polities the Battlefield In order to fully understand and appreciate the situation, read A TALE OF TWO.NATIONS CoHpanian Boofc to Coin's ScbooL Part of the same subject, -with side lights, facta and developments, phced in ench order that the most obtuse can understand. You vrcht this with the balance. Send it back at oar expense if m the least disappointed after reading. Srrlon Aw of It Tbtjr A pir Mr. U. C- Ftajr. Washington l'osc Tbe refect decision of the United States Supreme contt in tbe income tas presents to the inicd at of a lay- man some very senousi&ie-is. r mm ot all, that tbe tJifiVrpne of opin ion anion e o ujulv aurrostd, at:! no doubt, in fact, learned in tbe law, should be so wide apart in tbeir con struction of the constitution. The conclusion of the ordinary citi- zn, who wants to lelieve in the aw, after it once passes the intiee- tion of the court of the highest and final resort, ean t otherwise than be staggered, when the differences are so ambiguous as in the recent case just decided. That there should be difference of opinion among mem bers of the United States feupreme court on points of law, involving tbe rights and interests of citizens, and even of corporations, is both natural and consistent with the operation ot law, so that a decision rendered in cases of this kind with an affirma tion of but one vote, the result is readily accepted, as Fettled, without the least shock to the community interested, and as a rule, without any criticism of the wisdom of the court itself. Not so, however, with the decision on the validity of the in come tax. Here is a question taat iuvolves the very essencs en-J vitals of the national government. .Not whether it was wise, or good poli tics, or even a neces.-ity lor such a law, but above all and beyond all, whether the constitution vested such power in the legislative and execu tive branches of 4the government to enact such a law. Whether the law within itself was defective, and thereby open to amendments, in no way enters into this decision, for there is but one that confronts the country to day, and that is. has the national government any power to protect and defend itself? And is the constitution but a mere meaning less written document, open to the sport and fancy of so called judges and lawyers. Where does it begin, and where does it end! Herein, af ter all, is the issue this decision has raised; and once the people fully un derstand it, it will arouse them to a deeper and clearer apprehension of the danger underlying it than that of any other ever rendered by the Supreme court. The Dred Scott de cision was infamous enough, and wnile it only operated against the slave, the recent one is but a step ping-stone to the end of the ltepub- lie. it is the old heresy or ante-bellum days revived, only with ten-fold more significance, tor this time it means a far more formidable conibi nation or weaitn against the poor than was ever threatened by the in stitution of human slavery. While slavery, during its entire domination in this country, scarcely produced over two or three millionaires, if that many, since its abolishment and reign of special privileges, under our socalled new era ef ,equal rights under the law, we have produced more millionaires in thirty years than it took Europe to do in the last thousand years. With aggregated wealth concentrated in a few bands, what was there in the way to com plicate a fair meaning of the law, however much its original purpose may nave oeen to prevent its ag- grandizment? In the contemplation of such results, we are too apt to compound the abnormal with the real and the legitimate with the false, and thus under the guise of a fair and equitable interpretation as well as administration of the law, we fall into its worst possible prosti tution. Is there any wonder that we are creating social conditions in this.country as wide apart as those that existed under some of the worst governments on the face of the earth! These facts are so self-evi dent that no man of discernment can ignore; nor are they exaggerated or many sense pessimistic. The old cry of antagonizing the rich and the poor cannot overlook or excuse such bold perversions o the law as the recent decision of the Supreme court elearly implies. Justice Harlan, with the heroismland boldness of both a sound jurist and a patriot states the case in the nut shell when be declares that "such result is one to be deeply deplored It cannot be regarded otherwise than a disaster to the country. The practical, if not the direct, eftect o; the decision is to give to certain kinds of property a position of fa voritism and advantage mat is in consistent with the .fundamenta principles of our social organization and to invest them with power and influent that may be perilous to that portion of the American peo pie upon whom rests the larger part of the burdens of the government and who ought not to be subjected to the dominion of aggregated wealth any more than the property of the country should be at the mercy of the lawless." Still far more reachiher, the decis in not only lowers the dignity of the court itself by the loss ot conn dence in both its integrity and abil ity to deal with any constitutiona Question, but it may lead to its en tire reorganization. While the peo pie may not be able to follow this decision in all its complications, it will not be long before their minds will be clearly made up to the fact that there is something wrong some where either in construction of the court, or in some lamentable defects in the constitution of the govern ment, which fall so far short o enough clearly defined powers as to enable it to both defend itself and to enforce its own authority. The people have had enough of this sort of nonsense, lhey had one war on ac count of it, and will hardly be terri fied with it again. With all this, the new issue which this decision has pre cipitated eannot be ignored by the approachingjsession of the new Con gress, thus .promising additional complications to the already over- burdensome conditions of the conn try, and that will put to the test the wisest and most sagacious states manshipwe have to deal with it The real question of the hour now is I not whether one section will triumph over the other, or whether the rich shall be made richer and the poor poorer, but "whether this govern ment of the people, by the peopl and for the people, shall perish from the earth." That the people in their sober senses will deal with these new issues wisely and with patriotic wis dom there is no doubt, and thus furnish additional proof that the re public is not yet a failure. U. U; FORNEY. ..'Letters from the People jeontintMd Fronj First Tt?. trr Kvrv RKronicn hitrivi TO r.flLO IT. Will the people be decein d again f Tak c raiUnPtHMM . krv ". T trow not All who desire financial rtfortu boud aid the Peope'i Party in ceitiug in control m m !.i.nt. jind then th V wilt get it no before. Tbe free eoinsg of pilvtr i too small bait to oatth the Populist. Thv want & complete. h-net and iast financial svhtem, embracing the . i- - .:l - tree and ununmea coinage oi nun and gold, abolition of tbe present in famous national bank, a supple mental issuance of leiral tend-r treasury notes, so as to mcrea ine volume of currency to .U per capita; a graduated tax on incomes. These are the embodiment ot Jettersonian principles, which are found only in tbe Populist platform. Let all who want prosperity to bless our land j'.in tbe People Party. They have d limd the issue; tbev kave correctly diagnosed our national ii la. Vote with them. James li. Li.ovi. WILL NEE DAN INCOME TAX. Tariff Will Alwttt Furnl-h Imomj llvveuur, Trury Washington, May 21. Iiepre'iita- ive larnev.lio. as a nien:iiroi m louse Wavs and Means Committee in he last Congress, was a strong alvo- ate of the income tax, said to-day m resraru t the deciMoti of tne Minreine ourt : "it lias simply coi.k to this, hat if the law iirovidinir f-r an in- onie tax is unconstitutional, the ion- titution will hae to he amended. '!'.- ay we are spending almo-t if.V-.l.Mxi.- 000 a year to run this government. Every year we manufacture more and in port less. liile the imports, iiii to I the time ol the adoption of the Mckin ley law, were slowly on the iiterene, hey neither kept pace Willi with the ncrease of population nor the expense of running the government, and it is easy to foresee a day when the reve nues of this country from sources lelt after the income tax is decided uncon stitutional, will not be sutlicieut to maintain it. I. nless the governtuei las the power to levy sucii a tax as a ax on incomes, we will not have nough revnues to pay the nation's I bills. People have begun to wonder whether the Supreme court is beyond he reach of those influences by which it is admitted other men were moved, and to wonder, also, if we have one constitution for war, and another for peace, and to wonder still further whether the decisions of the Supreme court are the offsprings of pressure or he result of law. The Caucasian's fund for the mon ument now stands as follows: 'otal amount collected up to March Hth. - - : URKiny -: lK lUrri ChMll Alltant. .o . an county.. 0 Itt.UivAUUu.iv. No. -4. Wake Co. I Frrth muutv AlliAtK". ' N?h Ctuitv AllUne.. ESS YOU READ? ffiO YOU THirJ Cutavt'S JSiiArjame. "auwhaoountr uny county Alliance No. IV'7 2 '!" 5 it a a k 1 WK lUIMANPTUK n;w.A UN LIMITKP lOlNAnK K S1LYKK AND ioU ATT1IK PKESKXT LEISAL KATIO OK 16 TO 1. PKOPLK':? PAUTY PLATFORM. I : DUKE I CIGARETTES! Would your '' l' an elegant illuitrat U Monthly Izitie If not, do jou not think youraon or daughter would? If i toii ran rt. f . .i i nr. Jimu i, , SAME PRICE AS THE SCHOOL. THIS OFFICE. We Demand The Free And Unlimit ed Coinase of Suvr And Gold at Tbe Present Legal Ratio of 16 to 1 People s Party Platform. toURE DURHAA M ilGARETTEyJ uireSo"oiCa. THCAMERtCM TO84CC0 CI puwwaih. r.c. u.3 a. my 4 i"8i tu xirt in 1 1.- ..V.:T art c 1 1 M i i, with t f th MADE FROM High Grade Tobacco ABSOLUTELY PURE Southern Magazine AND The Blue and Gray Botli are artisticallv illustrated ;nnl m - ' full of the productions of tin lt AYritei-s and artists of the dar HTIIK SfOlTTHKKN MACJAZINK will delight jour daul 1 15LUK and iiKAY will iustrnct and eutbtie be an eagerly looLi J for and welcome! visitor Lj ru ri ui Uibrt rf J A I am u j. Appeal From the Court to the 1'eople. Cor. Washington I'ost. J You state in an editorial in the Post on the income tax decision that there s no appeal from the Supreme Court of the United States. In this vou are mistaken. That court in McCulloch vs. Maryland, i Wheaten, 316, in 1S1!. held that Congress had the constitu tional power to charter a national bank, but the Demoerhtic party in its platforms for a period of thirty years or more, appealed to the people from that ruling, declaring that Congress did not possess such power, and many j'resiueats were elected on that decla ration. In 1S57 in the Dred Scott case. iv uowaru, j;j.j, the same court, bv a vote of C to 2, one judge not express- ng an opinion on that point, declared that Congress did not possess the con- Biuuuonai power 10 exciuue slavery iroiu ine .territories during tneir ter ritorial existence, but in lsU'J the Jte- pubucan party lappealed from the court to the people de claring that Congress did pos sess such power, and elected II r. Jiincoln President on that declaration. ouier cases count De cueu, out these are enough to show that neither of the great parties of the country has re garded the decision of the Supreme court as hnal, as against the neonle. I am not stating what I think ought to be the rule, but simply stating an his torical fact. Very respectfully, John- J,. Thomas. Post-office Department, Washington, juay 27, 1S'J.. What is Mm Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher' prescription for Infants and Chil dren. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic sub stance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OiL It is Pleasant. Its The Southern Hgziiie I Ill The general character of this Magazine is shown by the following extracts from various miters: It should have a hundred thousand readers within the next je.ir. l!lc - tvu AV '. 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