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"'. .2 tcf.7 k furnuhed J f7 campaign for ,'itN t 'tf latet and mott , ; uihh titles. YIU.. XXII. SO. 44. KALE1GH. N. O., TUESDAY NOVEMBER 1, li)2 The DAILY CJIRONI- CLE will be furnitked far bOcentsam'mth It fires as Zae rif r awj newspaper t7i Union, fits telegraph- ic system, is tfri&uified. PRICE $1.25 PER YEAR. 7i u. ;ui;i;n. Mr. A. T. Green, who two years ago j roicHsir.j; to be a democrat, was sent to the :Hte Senate from Wake county, is v w a WViverite candidate for Presi , i t rhetor from this district. He ... v f ;!1 will that he does not stand a ; of :i .Mi ot to be elected, butevery , Vt ;!! nceive will be la reality a Hnnison. He knows that while i liii illy acandidate on the Wtavcr kt ! i in effect on annex Harrison ;?uliii-t Who is pacing this man's mpaU-;i t vpenses ? We presume that i ;ivu i the K.iVi S Wi.son combination o i.tr.tut t .it-liver the electoral vote of North (.Vroliua to Harrison, the expenses -f th rui 5.n from from We a: a nn. t.-. tr donation from a lawyer and then mm around anil abuse him and other h.'vytti, is not too squeamish a patriot t i decline financial assistance from a re pu;Hca:; campaign corruption fund Th are some persons in this State u.d i i this county who are diligently enb. .vating the contempt and abhorrence f tLi ir follow -citizens. UANSOM ON WEAVBH. In his great speech at Mortranton Sena tor Hansom is reported in the Morganton Jjeraia to have spoken thus of Wea ver: My countrymen, I have given hundreds of votes m the Senate to make peace I uave given votes thst my dear friend, Senator inoe, who 8..s here by my side, would not bnve given, because! wanted Weiver candidates, who are iv, Harrison's interest, are paid e combination boodle supplied t nal republican headqtiarters. i:-.A-ever sure of ono thing; that who would receive a large pecu- P.. r or me sake of peace I have time and again cast votes that I know would imperil my political fortunes Bu there are some things I cannot do - there are some things I will not do. The peo ple of the South are too brave to seek revenge or to harbor malice. Sherman's march to the sea, Sheridan's ride through through tu valley and the horror that miruuea mem we can forget. Let them est m oouvion. 1 care not for Weaver's conduct at Pulaski. Rad it woo oubt, but let us forget the deeds of those days of war. But the war ended in lbO;. Nine years and a half later, when wheat waved on the battle fields of Virginia and when the sweet women of the South planted flowers on the graves of their dead, when eopie were crushed and ess with the beels of A WAIlMMi. I t it be distinctly understood that a the Weaver electoral and State fur :ck :to is in fuct a vote for the republi-o-i i candidates. When political quiet i rrtred after the election and all good c;ieni arc rejoicing over Cleveland's election, and the defeat of the men who .re now striving to betray their State, let r.ot the leaders assume that anyone will believe them when they s:iy that they were sinccie and honist in supp(vrting the Weaver candidates. They will be t(M in i truthfully told, tht it will ! i !w.g time and deep repentance to ear tin-:. character from the stigma tht will ett.-oh to it of a hypocrite and . trnk.-.r. Tl." ee who vote the Weaver ticket will so with the fact, before them that they c !l t fleet and purrv-e voting for ijau.i . II i "idon. my power- a militnrv despotism on their necks, when the Southern skies were still dark as nio-ht and it seemed to the stricken ones of this dear Southland that the dawn would never break, then it was that this man Weaver called you barbarians, murder ers, perjurers aud traitors. Then it was that ho said that everyone of you who nai not already been sent to perdition ought to be made to crawl on bended knees and beg pardon for your treason. in our dear old mother. North Caro lina, called on her sons to stand bv her. j They went, the ll wer of her manhood l 1 .. L 1 1 . im uer euivairy, one nundreu and twenty thousand strong. On every field of battle they fought and fell liittle camd, and maimed, wounded, the rem cant came back to their devastate! horacH. The world praised them for their splendid countc, their constancy and devotion to their State. It remained for this !i. in Weaver to brand them as "led-statned, bloody Traitors.1' Are you going to vote (or him? You can if you will. I love my hom I love my wife. I love rav children. I love inv life. But home and couutrv r.r.d f imilv and friends and life itself I will giv.;up all of these my countrjuuii before: I will ever vote for a mnn wh- writes the name of 'traitor' over the graves of my dear, dead com rades." TIIK STATED. Mr. Cleveland, in his speech at the Buffalonian dinner in New York the other night, summed up the one great issue of the campaign, in a comprehen sive paragraph that should be read and pondered by every American: On one side the claim is defiantly and arrogantly announced that the functions of our government may be used directly for the benefit of certain special inter ests with at best a very remote regard to the welfare of the masses of the people xu wpposmon to tms an anneal is made to our fellow citizens to hold fast to the doctrine that their government should at ail times be administered directlv for hem and that they should not be obliged to receive as their share of the blessings of the free srovernment thev maintain VJ the small portion which may filter through to them in the process of mak ing special beneficiaries rich. In other words, the democratic party is insisting upon the honest application of the rule that a government by the people should oe a government for the neon r. " j g . IT has been very clearly established that the candidacy of Buchanan in Ten nessee for governor is the result of a cor rupt bargain between the leaders of the third party" in that State and the repub lican national committee. Ten thousand dollars of ahe bargain money ia reported to have been paid in cash to these lead ers, and for the payment of the balance of the purchase money a fixed time named. This is the way the third party leaders in Tennes see have sold out to the - republicans. They put the bargain money into their pockets, and let the rank and file whis tle for what they can get. A similar policy has been followed in other Southern States, and it is charged upon good evidence that the third party leaders in North Carolina have sold out to the republicans. Recent develop ments furnish corroborative evidence in proof of the infamous transaction. Iv- his 8p;tch at Albiny lat Saturday rigl rex-Speaker Heed said: "They sy we cannot coerce a State ;;e Jivil, tj, .y ay 1 We coerced eleven u.,c I wvaour republicans had more ;r ira.;e r i we Rbould coerce them until tib itr ; revailed everywhere in this Tiie oath of Gideon's Band is absolute. There is no appeal. It binds the person taking it to blind obedience, and if vio lated in the slightest particular he forfeits his life. It binds to secrecv. TheorrRvo. , according to the oath, could not be more secret. It invests the chief Gideon with a power as autocratic as the power possessed by the Russian Czar. And 6iich authority was conferred on a man like S. Otho Wilson! Great God, what could any one be thinking about to place his life and property at the disposal of such a natural anarchist as Wilson? We can account for such a step upon no other ground than that some of our peo ple have allowed themselves to read but one side of public questions only, until they have become mental cowards. When a man loses his mental freedom all is gone that makes a man, for mind consti tutes the majesty of man, as does virtue his nobility, and without these he is but. an uncivilized savage, ready for slavery or lawlessness We do not believe that the negro voters of North Carolina intend to be led by such political bankrupts as Eaves and Wilson. Their self respect should cause them to promptly resent the insult offered their race by the attitude in which they have been placed by the political trickery and deception practiced by Eaves and Wilson. The chicanery of these two men have placed the voters of their respective parties before the whole country as without political principle, and ruidy to obey any command given by them. The voters of no political party have esrer before been paraded be fore the country as in the market for sale as Eaves and Wilson have paraded the voters of the parties they repiesent. Tlie Tennessee Conspiracy. Courier-Journal. The proof preseuted in yesterday's Courier Journal of the bargain between John H. McDowell, the third party lead er in Tennessee, and the republican na tional committee is conclusive and damn ing. It is given over their own signa tures by republican witnesses of unques tioned standing and credibility, one of them being Mr. J. J. Ivins, the editor of the leading republican paper in the State, and the other being Mr. G. W. Hill, the Ten nessee member of the republican na tional committee. According to them McDowell con tracted to bring out Buchanan as a gu bernatorial candidate, and to throw the Populist vote for Harrison and Reid in ! consideration of $15,000 from the na tional committee and the promise of the republicans to support him (McDowell) for the United States Senatorship. Ten thousand dollars of the money ha9 al ready been paid by chairman Carter to McDowell, and the remaining $5,000 is to be paid ten dayg before the election. An attempt has been made to conduct the State, Congressional and National campaigns in accordance with this bar gain, but the Republicans, getting the worst of it at every turn, are already sick of it. McDowell, avaricious and ambi tious adventurer that he is, has shown them his true colors, squeezing them for money at every opportunity and shaking an extra card from his sleeve whenever a trick in the'game is needed. Ivins and Hill, who seem to have acquiesced in the arrangement at first on the ground that anything is fair in politics, are now out spoken in the expression of their disgust and of their fears as to the disastrous effects of the deal on the chances of the republicans. Republican Policy and Southern Proa perltv. Baltimore Sun. '.1 , sounds just like brazeu Tjm Reed, of line. He is the fellow that "co J" the infamous force bill through 1 House of Representative when aker, ar.Jheand Harrison would have coerced" it through the Senate and n hc e it the law of the land had they not 1. ii prevented by Ransom, Gorman and . h'.r patriotic Senators. The liberty V Heed would have prevail in the South f ' lilerty he would like to enjoy of r ; .t g the Fouth with a force bill. The f Novemb :r will be the day to prove l Vt. Heed tod the republican party . ... . i t ; ... l t Uie,; ;k uh riy 'Aili never ue enpyeu : : e in . THE MISAii: AMtTIIK LETT Kit. The republicans are very anxious to snow thit ;r. Uieveianu has changea his views on the tariff. Mr. Blaine writes an article for the A'r7i American ReteD in which he undertakes to point out the mconsistencv of the ex Presi dent-. But we have Mr. Cleveland's tariff message of five years ago and hi recent letter of acceptance, both written under different circumstances, from which to learn whether or not the charge of inconsistency can be sustained. Here are extracts from each most pertinent to the question, and the reader can judge for himself. Consistency was never more clearly established : from Cleveland's Let-: From Cleveland's Mes- Tarll! reform in still It i- not proposed to our purpose. Thoutfli'entirely relieve the we oppose the tbeory;country of ihis taxa th;t ta'lir laws may lion It must be e-x-l... tvHH-(l liRVinir f .rifenstvely continued thlr ohie-ot the Kraut-us the source of the ins of cUrrlmlnntinK',tovernment'H Income ana unfiir govern mental hid to private and in readjustment of our tarltr tne li ler ' iikke wa fellow in this State some i.Tt t to c dl' t IN g L g Williams. It is r ;rt-d t' he had a contract with v.n ? p c.i- n in Little Rock, Ark , to 'j'lr.'irto !h( t ten thousand negro 1- b-r r: fur tb. urn of twenty five thou w lollars. How much did each la urt r receive t this sum? And hov 1'iUf 1 uirie i eniy nve ihdusudu . .. Hate receive of the fifty t'n m id dob )v: republican and third p w 1 hders a5 to get from republican .u :ii ju ut rp kr delivering them to the r-puUi an ityon thebth of November xt'i Wh. part of this fifty thousand 'i..l are to jo the chiefs of Gideon's I vtutures, we wane uo esis of Ameilean la I exterminating w a r'bor engaged in inann- ,.uinut i.i,t ArMPiiMn't.dure Khoui'i oe interests We believejCRrrfully considered, readluidmer.l can ati well as t lie preser- be accomplished In'vation of our nianu neenrdance with th.nwt urers. It may be priticipW-H we proios-called Protection, or withut dtvuter or.hy any oiner name. d-moliUm. We b.-'but reliel fiom tne Mo.oti.at ih julvnn- IiHrdsbips and dan- tKC of iret-r raw ma !rrH of our piesent teilat fcb.uild be ac- titrlir laws should be I;.. I 1.. i!ir tllllllU- I levised with especial f....inr,.r nnd we - mi -; pi cu u t bn against template a lair nnd imperilling the fxts caieVnl ditdrlbu'lon oi tem-e of our nrinuiac necfKxarv tHTitl l ur-;turing lnteresls. ri'l,r than the! It Is a condition precipitation of freeUhlch conlronts us trd. theory. Relief We'anticipate wltli Ironi this condit.lon The evidence that h is been submitted to prove that a secret political society is at work in our midst is conclusive. It has n t been denied by f.he parti?'; open ly charged with being at its head. The mm who have made the charjre are men of character, and in attestation of the ruth of what they have stated they have afiixed their signatures It now bthooves every good citizen of the State, regardless of his political affiliations, to aid in defeating the aims of this secret political society. Such things cannot be tolerated by any peo ple who desire to live in peace and safetv. No rann can feel that his life, his home is safe when he is surrounded by an oath-bound society whoe counsels are matured at midnight, and of whose ap proaches no one can know save the executioner of the decree of the order. Is it not time for the brave and loyal sons of North Carolina to arrest in its incipiency the growth of this counterpart of the Italian mafia? It is a matter of common knowledge that the development of the South so active and promising when Mr. Cleve land left the White House -was arrested when the hostile sectional policy of the present, administration became manifest. The force bill and tariff bill of 1S90 were a revelation to investors. When it waa perceived by capitalists in the North and in England that the South was still re garded by republican leaders as a section under proscription the stream of money then flowing into Southern mine3, millg and factories was quickly checked. Th McKinley bill, it was seen, would dis criminate against Southern agriculture by making machinery. supplies, etc., more expensive, at the same time that it less ened the foreign demand for Southern ootton. The force bill, it was clear, would produce turmoil through out the South, disorganize industry and destroy prosperity. So evident was ail this that investors took fright. The vivi fying influx of capital waa stopped, im migration ceased and industries already established subjected to a severe strain. The tariff lords of Pittsburg saw witk delight that the movement for the rapid development of the iron industry in Vir ginia and Alabama bad been arrested. The furnaces were to stay where they were in the North thanks to the higk rates of the McKinley bill and to the dis trust inspired by the force bill. Th mere introduction of the latter measure accomplished in part the purpose of per sons interested to prevent the develop ment of the South's resources. A striking picture of the effects of the bitter policy of Mr. Harrison, Speaker Reed, Senator Hoar and other leaders of the republican party is presented iD Gen eral Stevenson's account of his observa tions during his recent tour through the Party organs and protection tracts have I South. "Since my nomination," said bristled with figures designed to con- the democratic candidate for the vice vince workingmen that the wages have presidency, "in his speech at Brooklyn, advanced and farmers that prices have "I have been in tight Southern and risen. Now, on this point wage-earners Southwestern States of the Union and and farmers are better informed than the have talked with men of all classes and politicians. Their source of information conditions there. I find the industries is the pay roll and the markets. Every established by northern capital during workingman knows whether his wages Mr. Cleveland's administration in a lan are better or worse than they were and guishing condition; that the immigra whether the cost of living is higher or tion of labor and capital invited, lower. Every farmer knows whether he to those States by their then gets more or less for his products now peaceful condition, had, in a than he did. And whatever may be the large measure, ceased. I find a geueral f.icts, every intelligent wage-earner and and growing apprehension of evils Farmers and Wase-Earners Know. New York Heraid. their faction! differences in the common wish to save the country. It is pretty well assnn-d that New York will cast her electoral vote for Cleveland and Steven son. This, however, is what causes the The fact that Tammany and the county democracy in New York have united their forces is causing the republicans a great deal of apprehension, and now the third party organs are wondering how the fusion could have been brought about. Both of these factions are com posed of patriotic democrats who, seeing the clanger of continuing the republican farmer have his own opinion as to wheth- which, it is believed, would result from partv in power in the nation, have buried fcr protection has been to him a boon or the passage of the Lodge bdl or similar ?. ouruen. inreatenta legislation, ine enactment of the threatened force bill into law Alabama Safe. would undoubtedly retard the growth of Atlanta Journal. the States at which it is aimed: would There is not the slightest doubt that excite in many communities race trou- Alabama will give Cleveland and Ste- bles and invite retaliatory legislation. upnenn o rnncin cr moinrittr Tho Tny-nnl I xxj nV nn f rlicfjirh nrnnprtr valuta and I n oriii thiril oi.-tt f h.. 1 I . "i' -p"sr bases this assertion on information re- discontinue and destroy the value of greatest apprehension. ceived from reliable correspondents in Northern investments, and its reflex various parts of the State and on the action upon the .Northern and JNorth- Says the Richmond Times: "The re opinions of the best informed politicians western States would result in conse- Diiblican situation is indeed desperate. ln ttie state- Ahe democrats are t nor- quent loss oi commercial ana traae re- , , , iV oughly organized and more enthusiastic lations with the vast territory now be- anu cveu vjuay uas resigueu mc man- - . , o . . anv rnrn;no. trihntarv tn their wealth nnd , . , . T-r , , I v J " J ' -v-f," I a. J agemeat oi tne campaign, ne says mac siace 1875 Tm3 farmers who voted for prosperity." he does this because it is necessary to Kolb in August are coming back into the Gen. Stevenson's reference to the "re- 1 1 r a. ir a. - . 1 r z i i . . - -- iook aner nis seuaionai iences in renn- democratic organization by the thousand, flex action upon the Northern ami JNortn sylvania, but this is clearly a subterfuge. Thev are convinced that Kolb and his western States" recalls the truth, fre- The truth is that he finds the republican crQwd are nothing more nor less than as- quently pointed out by economists, that cause so nopeiess tnat ne is airaia nis sistant republicans in this campaign. . the prosperity ot the JNorth and JNorth- repuwitum tuuuessiui i;uu ujniuuisi i west is very largely aepenaent upoi will b- lost. He was called in by the , that of the South. It has beeu noted Hrrison managers as a forlorn hope Ar, nnyi a 11 r that everv revival of confidence and bus- after they hnd snubbed him unmercifub Thedemocrat9of Mississippi have been l ,in the South, consequent ly at the opening of the campaign, and m . m urOM tAv upon political peace, has been followed he accepted with the determination that ' d ey will score a great by a like revival in the North. The gen u .,,i.i cfor if vo canr onr ohono -f I campaign, anu tney win score a greai - -,. t 1QQa a 1001 uu a no cope r rn f nnmiiTOr no i w . - i nrt nun nrnn thn a H success. "Hlrnin't-s the misrp- in; n .m.c 'v. re-etitatlon ofur mo-r'nicu-.n Vv.s ttnd l urjxsi h, HiiiiiKe!' . . 1 - . I . . . . titfhfrth u Till. 1 Hlii?ttt-1 by a sol-awaru oui nwn.v. i-.-khmH which HeekH;.luetlon: but the en- UViol.l in unrblei.ting oe wm ku... Kri.p Its unfair u-Uueh advautages vhJu(h Unjer t..e,.,ou.d not be e ; nreiit tariu iaws.:piirw. m - 11? V.'iikj Cnairi.ian Simmons opened fire i did onV Liid U.eie was a flutter li . la! around. Ili first shot went 1 Ti ht to the n ark, and e has followed it . th t M'con? that hit (vdeon Wilson d ue in the ye. There 's no longer iV loubtof t',': exiHtence o.this secret - U at M-citij, The ezposi-e is con ' 1 . v ( The iberty-loving ciZens of t -St Tiust now do their dut, e Mil rely upon llie,oi iree hk- - li.tellienco of our uteiy tlKV-" " feliow.ountryruen U ihe persistent c - "i r-lect ie charKe th-U made In certain quar a J ,ir Ci.rlsln Xrs that enor h o the maSrlty of out relieve the people :eopl"H'7tt?nlnKthefro,n unjust and leHtruetUj or Injuiv ueces-ory taxailon of Ameran lntef are .fhcine.s .- 1 r4i 1 riufi The murderous swashbuckler candi date of the third party for Governor of North Carolina had better restrain him telf or he will get into serious trouble. His unprovoked and deadly assault on Mr. Ay cock was a cowardly act. And his exhibition of himself on the cars with open knife and foul tongue, in the pres ence of ladies, i9 simply not to be toler ated. What sort of fellow is he even to be mentioned in connection with the great office of Governor ? If the Weaveriie leaders bad arty sense of decency and self respect, they would very quickly take his name down from the head of their ticket. But p rhnps he is the very kind of a candidate Gideon Wilson and the gideonit.es want one to indicate in open day the character of their midnight plottings. Exum is proving himself a very efficient exemplar of gideonite teaching". '. , . . . , . I rl rinse unnn t.he artnnrinn hv Prenidenfc nrrtn tl.d. f r AhA AnnA T A THl.n naTIT I w - - r' " w . m- " - has withdrawn all of which is very en - and tQ overthrow it to enJ Hayes of his policy of conciliation. The couratnng to the Democracy. v..: u;v, v,Q JZua ua expansion of Southern enterprise m 1888 ef fn mroti,. flr rvht-ri ;t and 1889 has been pointed to as the Attention is directed to the letter of ;n pr:, fwn VflaTB thp. nnn- sequel of the election in 1884 of Mr. nnr K,.w Hill rorresnondent. in the i?ct At woro nnM tn eathliRh uieveianu, a rresiaeni wno, il was oe- Ciironiclk to day. It indicates the their party in the State. They have in Rt-Af(.nf nuhlin ntiment the bad men the present campaign been equally alert . . . . . and have prevented the slightest en- in uui luiuon ij vuu.i vnujj .v.v. f0fj(jijjient Rta:l it and see how low some men can ..... .....i . .. . vniw ny im i -hi; hum o "': P'.' "u, u n,l fr tiny caiino be iruni.raiwinc - - - ... i... .,n,tr nfrfiruived trom any - - . . ' . i fall. Here in Wake countv. within the verv The State Guard. , .-, , i i .Ki. .. oi.i Ashevllle Citizen presence or tae nignest court oi i ue oiaic - white men are counselling negroes to i j a n North Carolina had taken their h ite their white neighbors, to distrust stand on but the one issue they have late- them, to suspect them and to disregard ly brought out namely enmity to the the law the organic law of the State. State Guard that alone should defeat The scuadrels should be made to pay . i v . I lie vjuvii v-io " " r J I Trvmcy saTre cnfirinfrlv that the Guard "is largely composed of ciga rette smokers," and adds that it has 'not the peu.tlty of their treason. impossible Ae trade. oonlderatlon for the public t?oud. Clevelanl" will be our next President and Ktias Crr the next Governor of North Carolina. Shall the next legisla ture be democratc? This is a very un portant question Great irood or bad for the State depends pon a correct ausw . . er. TifiH rtho ! rnand the reiorm our t ?it t naneh system would do wV to i . 1... nun never he PrOUV. t .1 ... . ,,.t. i.t tpfu even remot Do not forget tie legislative ticket. . ,M;.uHtet' i power of the republThe laws of the Btrf are mad. by the : . p.!,, IK v can it? Is not the re-Wislature and they dll be good or bad , ' ,,',,.Mv,h(! author and persistent Wding to the poUical complexion y -j ' ;. kr of thi e stem? a"abilit.v of th meml Read the letter from New Uill in to day's CnuosiCLK. Every peaceful and law abiding citizen of the State should feel it a duty specially incumbent to crush in its incipiency such indications of lawlessness. It is an evidence of the high state of our civilization that men have the right to assemble and consult about their grievances but no State of civiiiza tion can long be preserved when men meet together in midnight conclave to ,iroue prejudices and to excite neighbor ?nt n,.r1ilmr "Secret political so cieties are dangerous to libetty aud should j not be tolerated " Such is tne language of the declaration of riguts that prefaces the constitution of North Camliro Tub owner of the New York Tribune 8een any good it has done." The people is the republican candidate for the Vice- will note the coincidence of this oppnsi- PrcMdcncy. Tne Tribune startled the tion to what makes for law and order, 1 w 3 . , . ... and will be disposed to think that the republican national executive committee connection between the friends of the a fe w d.iys ago by presenting a printing force y ani this new plank in the third bill against it amounting to $70,000. It and republican parties is not remote, but is reported that Mr. Reid and his wealthy intimate and intentional. 1 . , , -. 3 if The absolute necessity for a State mi father in law nave aecmeu tnat tuis w3 . . somethinj? too lon2 conceded and enough for the family to contribute to t0o obvious to call for argument. The the republican campaign fund. Proba- State Guard should be fostered and up ,1V "the -family" understand the situa- held by every good citizen. It stands - J . , for law and order, and may at any time ; r, onrl arp not. Wlllir"" tO lose anV -. . .i .....!!. i uuv. " - o i Atnni i.ir ino nrnrpri nn fi i r rifimns The system of State defence that can at any moment call out ot the body oi the tivn more. are not willicjr to lose With swashbuckler Exum as Governor cjtiZens an army equipped for instant and Gideou Wilson chief political mana- service has drawn the admiration of the .. ,u fiuto n.mrrl nrinlished. no world. It is this system that is condemn- ' , , . XT r,,w1: ed by the republicans and third party decent man could live in North Carolina, g .f f.J Certainly no m i wno owns propeny the p0werj they will destroy it. could afford to pay the taxes that would he levied to support the corruption and The Texas cow boys take Simmons wate that would be inaugurated under Liver Regulator when billious. J. E T)' T 1 .1 rT1 r. such an administration. i rierce, xucueru vriauuc, ic lieved, would not undertake to harass the Southern States, but would treat them with justice as States entitled to a share of the benefits of the Union. The business activity in the North during these same years is a very striking fact. The republican policy towaras the South being thus a source of demor alization and loss to the business interests of the whole country, it is obviously the duty of voters to exclude its advocates from power. 44I appeal," says General Stevenson, to the instinct of self-interest and to the sense of common justice in the American peo ple. The era of good feeling and re newed commercial relations, commencing with the election of Mr. Cleveland in 1834, should not be interrupted by the inauguration of a policy which tends to destroy popular representttion and the purity of local eelf government, which furnishes an instrument to discredited federal power to perpetuate itself, which seeks to keep alive sectional jealousies and strifes, which threatens important commereiil interests, which offers w ex cuse or palliation for its existecce except the perpetuation in power of a political party which has lost public confidence." linsiness men are often credited with supernatural discernment. The Yankee business man in particular is supposed to know his own interest. Tne popular belief in this business perspicacity will be shattered if another term of power ia given to a p irty whose programme means spoliation, turmoil and commercial de pression. to What will Simmons Liver Kegula tordo? 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