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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 8 May 1901

The Clarke Courier. VOL. XXXIII. BERRYVILLE. Va., WEDNESDAY. MAY 8. 1901. NO. 11 ?^??????^fc^aai^_______ THKCLARKK COI RIKR. IOK WOKKOK ILL KINI>s ftUOM A.-* I'OtfTKKS. SALK HILLn, ?TKCULARS, JARDS, BLANKS, 4c, 4c. .? ?seated promptly and neatly snd at fair prices. tmTJnil w'ORK must be paid for upon ?ellverv. I THE CLARK ?COURIER JOHN O ?Ki ? - 1 yea Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. Whether vou are or not Our Line of Shoes ?nil appeal to von. They are the heat that can he bought, are ?> r y 1 i a h and comfortable. On Line is complete; givr us a ntl or drop ua a |>oetal HE ?TA i SHOE HOUSE, 106 A ion S. MAIN ST. - ROSKNMKYKK.. Rroi-uiktok Harahall McCormick. H. 11. Me? urmick. Mirshall McCormick & Son. tVa l?av.? firmed a partnership t<? practice . ?. i All t-main-sss will r*eceive prompt tu motion. ?rriu <??? I'burch St.. iu Courthouse W. T. Lewis. y rToit\i:v-vr-L.AW. BERRY VILLE, VA, ?tt? id ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 8 May 1901

CLARKE COURIER roan o nsowi, " lit or and Proprietoi. ?\?-!>.\Y. MAY T. 1901. For Supervisor, Chapel District. \t il ? ra?aj?aaas1 of many friend?, 1 hereby am?" i -. If h candidate for ?Sapervisoe ?sad ?renpectfally soUeM ? niy fellow ?citlseosofChasaJ. i 1 ? -.-. all my efforts ?to ?perforai the duties of the office ?r-onscientkrasty aud w ithoul t? ar or favor to anv man. \ .i ?Taomaoi To tl - fCkapt District: 1 am ? ?candidate for is ?alscUoa t<? the ?af* . dee n? t.. thank you for the hon -reonfeiTed by xour ?volts in the ? elected prnmiSS that in tin? fu i- in tin? ?past, t.- civ?* mv faithful at n in s biisinses-like manner to the af I -? -?it ami < ountv. T. H. Lavi. For Overso?sr of Poor l hereby ?annonnee sty self s ?candidate for i tor of B-attleto-srn ?district, fully ?ask ?Um ( the m... ?candida ? 1 \- CaSTI IMAK. Marsh. tested by nianv friends, j ?self a candidate for i district and -will feel r any ?SUf-poll the vo?W I ? ?me. If ole? t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 8 May 1901

DMPOr OF TH1 ri<<? v sir. vM i. \i M)RY. HAOKKSTOWN. Ml?, AT scilKl EH - Negligee Shirts iVrfect Kitting, I }> fo Date Pattern?, ..mi tu <\ Materiel, ios M K \ und Hin B ?t very low jiriifH SUMMER ?UNDERWEAR AT ? i J ? * 8 <? OLO Us ?ad J_, J_j Q?ALITI] Tiic SIMM'S Slum, BKBRYVILLK4 FRONT \u>\ ai.. \ \ LOCAL. BRIEF.3 IL M. Dawes and family, ami a guest, Misa Denny. Dftrrowlj ?snip ?ad cr?mation Ht Dnv.^' bome near Bortooaville, Frederick county, lot! Friday Bight. Hot ashes, placed 00 ?n-li 1he evening befon tu tiie l)utiding Mttd erben the m mates of tbc lions.- was awakened the hoOM wat? m Oemee. In ln*r ?ef? fort lo reach the Open air, M ru. Daw ta fell down the stairway and was rendered unconscious, and her hus? band.who preceeded her to the outside, being alarmed at her non appearance, rushed iu the burning building and dragged her to a place of safety. Mrs. Daweswas badly burned an! hurt, and Mr. Diw.-a will pro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 8 May 1901

JUME T. W. HARRISON TALKS Work of the Constitutional v.*ntion Discussed by the Winchester Candidate Harvey L Wilson, associate editor ol" the |-ii(*!nnon<l Kvenitig \t-ws, who it making a tour of the State iu tbe inVrest of hit? paper, sends the fol lowing interview from Winchester to the Net - ??I am oppoted to every scheme of diafraaohitement M far as heard from." taid Judge Thomas W. liar . who has been nominated for tiie coottitotiooal convention from this city. Judge l?Hrnson is a circuit judge and form^rlv served in the Senate. ;/ed as oue of tbe ablest rs m thr State, and his views rding the constitutional conveu eill be read with iuterest all ??ver Virginia. "The disfranchis? tin nt of the ne? gro would be a blow to the democrat? ic v in the St;ite," he added, "for \ of doing it without dis franchising with him a great mam whit?- men. ??in this section the negroes Mock to th - and the young ones read ily learn to read and write, while v of the poorer classes of wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 15 May 1901

- ? " " ' ????^???a7??????*?>?>T>?????W??S??SS??S?WSS^ The Clarke Courier Vol. xxxiii. Bkrryville, Va.. Wednesday, May 15. 1901. No. 12 THECI.ARKK COURIER. IOH WORK ?>K ALL KiNDK ? I4TKKS, nVAtel HI LUS, . flUCLAKS, \ UDS. BI A N KS. Ac, Ac. ?;-*oute'? promptlv and neatly and atfair i *g*J(Ul .. ?::K must bepaidforupon ?llverv ? 'S THK CLARK. H COURIER. JOHN O CROV7X Bditob ?ni? Paaraixarroa HU ? I. \KKF i publishes weekly ?; BBBBw SB r*ri*iN vi?v\N.r. m ? ' n ??ivaiic? two dollars **i!! h?? I erarla aseasasaaauavve e?ill as rat? ?toi Fil ?Kiuaxe tien di ami Fifty . . i ael inser? tion A.: -he half year or v? ar at :???>.?, -*tes. ? Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. W h f t- ti O S \ o u are t> r u o t Our Line of Shoes sill appeal to you. They are the best that can !>e Itought, ere i t v 1 i s li and comfortable. Our Line is complete; give us a cell or drop us a postal THE TAS SHOE HOUSE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 15 May 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O CHOWN, Kditor and Proprietor w tDNKSDAV. MAV 13. 11*01. For Supervieor, Chape! District. At the req??*t of man> lr:?-nds. 1 hereby announce inyaelf a eau d'i date f??r Supervisor fr ?m ?'bapellhstnct. ami r?.pe<*t fully solicit the -?uffra^-es of ruy fell. ?of Chapel. If el*?ct??d. I pledge all m\ efl 'f?>rm the dutte* oft he office consc?mt?oasa** and without fear "r favor to any man I J Th.'Mp? I To/;' ' 'fi'iful District : I am ? I'.imli i ? ? ion to the <>f I desire to thank von f?>r the hon<M*conferred by ua la the ? ial in the fu? rors at la the past, to give my faithful at :i ins businesa-Ukemann?**rto t? fairs of th" Patriot and Count Y. r B Li For Overseer of Poor I hsrsby annouaee mysalfs ramuda ? er ?f the Poor <?f" BattletowB district, and n ? the do m\ csndid Chai Castuc To th' Marsh. Baviag bssn . and wi. il f>r any support th? the district will rive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 15 May 1901

DEPOT Or THE TROY STEAM LAt NDRY. HAOKHSTOWN Ml) , AT Si HKt i.|{ - NIgugeI $h?rts IVrfeot Kitting, I'p to Date Patterns, and Rest Material, for X| B N ami BOYS at very low prices SOMMER ?UNDERWEAB SIZES. COLORS and QUALITIES The MUER'S Stores, Sopl by F N CASTLEMAS, Berry ville. Va LOCAL BRIEFS The Council of the town of Wood stock has grante?! a frtsochiss to th? Woodstock Klectric Light Cotupanv and electii?1 lights are art?ure? 1. Since Woodstock has determined to have water works several new ?? nterprices have sprung up and other?? are being talked of. The Woodstock Dairy and Creamery Company wa? recently chartere?! ami will begin operations Dv the 15th of May. An uulimited amount of power cou hi he secured from the Shetiandoah rivei ami would run large manufacturing establishments. New Lace Curtains, lied Spreads, and Table Linens. at Pal m Lb u m s. It is reported that the Royal Water Co., owners of the Front Roy? al Water system, have offered to sell out to the towu at cost....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 15 May 1901

A Black Friday The result of the present fever for speculation iu Wall Street, Husseli Sage declares will be another black Friday. What was Black Friday? It was the panic of Friday, ?Sep? tember 24, 18C9, unwarranted specu lation in inflated stocks at a time when the country was in s hitherto uuknown state of prosperity. It was the bursting of superficial values. In 1869 this country found its crops far iu excess of its needs, and some means of stimulating exports weiesought. The government had beeu selling gold iu such quantities that gold, as a commodity, was cheaper than farm products. letters poured into Washington by the thousands from leading mer? chants and bankers, urging the gov? ernment to stop selling gold. The supply iu Now York was only 000,000, and the government stopped selling. I ".very body bought gold, aud price rose twenty points. Months before- Jaj (iould had foreseen the wonderful possibilities of this situation, aud with every means at his command had worked to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 22 May 1901

The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, May 22, 1901. No. 13 THE CLARKE COURIER. JOB WOKK or ALL KINDS <l ? ?I *?.v ?TKK.S. SA IK BILLS, ?IU<TLAU>. \i;i)>. BLANKS. Ac, Ac. : teil prompt h ?n?l neatly and at f sir -i. ? car>JOB W ORE must sapaM for upon erv ?THE CLARK E COURIER. JOHN* O CROWN. ? CK?H'RlltTOa. in PRIEE Is publishes PBTSI C?jrrs, ir rats - paid in advance two dollar?-a ? ? v barged. \ ?? .-ed at the rate ? at per sopare i, ?nd Fifty additional inser r>y the half? rsai Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. \N h s ? h ?' r v ?? n are i/r not Our Line of Shoes a ill appeal to you. Thev are the I? - 11 that can lu? bought, are ? t y I i s it and e o m f e r InB) Ir. Our Line is ooseplete* Kite us a call or drop us a postal .HE >TA* SHOE HOUSE, 10?; a in- N bTATM st. - imsknmkyki;. KaoSaisiua. Marshall MeCormick. H. H M<?orniick. Marshall McCormi?k &am...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 22 May 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN O CROWN, *Miitor and Proprietoi. >VY. MA^l <n. For Supervisor, Cbape'. District ? ?ie request of many friends I hereby - - ? an?! ? -:ian. Tu m' ?> < ?f Bsire t ? ink you f->r - vote? n n the fu ? 1 H I.i For Overseer of Poor - ? < u ? ? I ?' ? r - 1 A ? ? Democ: \mdidate to Rep? resent Clarke and Warr Countie.s in Constitution? al Convention: D. C. O'FLAHERTY. rd, 1901. - in Warren -ele? tion ? Chairmen of the returns made ? ? that ! ' - o.. m. of Warren By a neat trick, made possible orrnous wealth, the .Standard ompany ha? headed off a threat? ening rival in the Texas oil field and made itself absolutely master of :.e Philadelphia Public Ledger. It has bought up the wharves, railroad terminals and : ing facilities at Port Arthur, the natural shipping port of the Beaumont field, together wit:. - of laud in the vicinity, which is doubtless located in such a man ? 1 preclude any attempt of M oil me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 22 May 1901

TV SfllH'FJrs Stores, BKKKY\ ll.I.EA FROM ItoYAL.VA lIead?-uarUi? lot M K N 8' and BOi & I lotliu.g, !l?t?, Shoes, and Furnishing?. |\>r Hot Weather. ???*?? our \"ui u-t v of (j?GLiG?? Shirts BE \>o\ aI'.i.i: APPAk?L AT? RKABONABLE 1'KICKS. i xutsivk AGENT i<u; THE FAMOUS SHOKS AND OXFORDS FOB WOMEN. BERRYNILLE A PRONT ROYAL Berry ville. Va. Clarke Circuit Court in Session The spring session o? the Clarke Circuit Oourt ooovened on Monday, with Judge Harrison ou the bench. The docket ut this term is ver) small. The case on trial a? we g?> to press i? a Buit brought b\ Kunuie Massie, col ered, against the lui Daiuger ti? Id's heirs for the hum of f81&, which the plaintiff alleges is due her fur ?services rendered said Daiuger tield during his lifetime as ct)ok, etc. This suit has 0rented much interest among th?' colored people, tifty ?if whom are Summoned at? witnesses to testify in the <-ane. Another cane ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 22 May 1901

SHOULD WOMEN WORK'' We were talkiug a few day? ago with a prominent business man of Augusta M the subject of young la? dies working in offices aud stores. He mentioned the fact that on a business trip iu the West he had stopped in a certain city with a man with whom he had some extensive dealiugs. From the character aud volume of hi? bus inev? as 1 observed it, -.aid he, that man made from |7?000 to $10,000 per anuum, aud yet his three young lady daughters were all employed in offices aud etor??s, making mouey for themselves. Of coure, there was no necessity for it. but it was the greed for monev making that is born and bred in the people, as well as the spir? it for work. A man in the South who made half as much as this West? erner would not think of having his daughters at work. It is easy to see, I thought, why the North and Went have the money when every member of a familv is a producer; but it is also equally plaiu why the South has the daintiest, womanli?ast woman in the world...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 29 May 1901

The Clarke Courier VOL. XXXIII. BERRYVILLE. Va., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1901. No. 14 PHE CLARKE COURIER. .101* WoKk 01 ALL KINDS M ? H ? I'OSTKKs. SAIL HILLS, CiKCULAI's. /\RDS, BLANKS, Ac. Ac. ?xecuted promptly and neatly and at fair prices. (SJ".IOH WORB must bepaidforupon l??liverr ! THE CLARK E COURIER. JOHN O. CROWN. BsMTOB* ?M? PROrKIET??K THE CLARKE ? publishes *????? '?? 1' m ?\;> l-':rTT I'riT?. -r r?ii ! in advance , two dollar? will I. iarged vill bei nserte?! at the rate of ?One Hollar? an-. | per ?auare I les - saw V'.fty ? persqaar? for each additional inser Mea at? inserted bv the half j year or year at le?? rates. Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. Whether ? ?? u are or not Our Line of Shoes will appeal to you. They are the h e s t that can ha bought, are ? t y 1 i s M and comfortable. Our Line is complete: give us a oall ' or drop us a |>ostal THE iTAR SHOE HOUSE, ?Of SI ?B S. MAIN M s rosenMEYer. BaiiiEisioe Marahall McCormi? k H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 29 May 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN ?> tKOWN, editor ?nd Proprietoi. KDNESDAY, MAY *Z i90lr The Couriers Svyj^eetion for ?f arxnony It has become apparent that the lutter contest being waged by the re? spective friends and partisaus of Messrs. Montague and Swauson cau have but one result?a breach iu the Democratic party. The question, therefore, presented is, whether or not the ambition of these two gentle? man shall be gratified at the expeuse of a division in the party or whether they shall be asked to abide their time in patience and let the breach, now fast being made, be healed be? fore it becomes a gaping sore. Hither of these gentlemen would make a most creditable Coveruor, but the election of either will leave behind sores, which it would take time? possibly a long time?to heal up. We suggest as the nominee of the Democratic party. Hou J. Taylor Kllyson of Kichniond. a mau above reproach, a war horse of democracy and a slave in its service for the best years of his life. ?he peop...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 29 May 1901

The MEIER'S Stows, BKKRYVILLEJ FRONT Uu Y AL, VA Headqusrters for M |N 8' and HOYS' Clothing, Hats, Shoe?, and Furnishings. For Hot Weather, see our Variety ?>f? Negligee Shirts SKASONABLK Al'IWBKL ?AT? KFASONABLK PRIOBK KXCl.rsiVK AGENT ?FOB THK FAMOUS siitiF.s AND o\FOKl>s FOB WObLKN. HF.I.KVNIL? K ft FRONT ROYAL r ? \ p ?aa -'*? ? ^WliIS?fV?sa\^ *-M>I?l bv r M CA8TLEMAN, BerryvilU , Va LOCAL BRIKF8 The huutiug dog, "Bud," owned by Mr. H. H. McCormnk and kept for him by Lorenza liob.nsoo. which created a great deal ot excitement iu town last Tuesday morning, as brief lv noted in our last issue, b) running about the streets as if it wer? mad, was afterwards killed. It bbelieved that the dog whs poisoned, which caused it to act so strange!v, and it was not suffering from the rabies. Lately the pet dogs of Mr. \V. EL Lane and Ki?*bard .luckson wer?* BSD I to "dog heaven" by "buttons" the? picked up iu some mysterious place. A tiumber of the canine tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 29 May 1901

RTJLBS TO LIVE BY The following letter from Henry Ward Beecher to his sou is authentic It will interest young men and boys, snd other readers as well : M v ?iear Herbert : You are now for the first time really launched into life fot yourself. You go from your father s house atid from all family conuectiooa to make your own way in the world. It is a good time to make a new start, to cast out faults of whose evil you have had an expe? rience, and to take on habits, the want of which you have found to be eo damaging. 1. You must not get into debt. Make it a fundamental rule?cash or nothing. ?'. Make few promises. Religious lv observe even the smallest prom? ises. A man who mean? to keep his promises canuot afford to make many. .4. Be scrupulously careful in all statements. Accuracy and perfect frankuess, no guesswork. Hither nothing or accurate truth. 4. When working for others sink yourself out of eight, seek their in? terest. Make yourself necessary to those who employ you. by indust...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 5 June 1901

" " ^^^^^^^^^^*^^*^^^^*^*m^^^-^*^^*^^*l ? .wmm^m~~m?m?m?^?m^m^m?m^mm??mmm?mmi~m^mm~~mm?mmmmm~^~m~mmm?m~m^m*mm^m?~m~m~mmmmmm~m~mmm^mm~i^mm?mm The Clarke Courier. Vol. xxxiii. Berryville, Va., Wednesday, June 5, 1901. No. 15 THE CLARKE COURIER. IOP WOKk OF ALL KINDS -l < H aS ? ?STKKS. SALK BILLS, ?il.riLAKs. .'\BDS, BLANKS, Ac, Ac. a xecuted promptly ami neatly and at fair ? rie?-*? I%r*JOK bYOHs? must Im* paid for upon ilelleen THE CLARK E COURIER. JOHN O. CROWN, Ehitok a**i> Proprietor THE < IARKK ? oIRIER ?s published weekly a- | a**d Fiftt Cbict*. ir San IB \i>v ??*??-*-; when not paid in advaocs two dollars will be invariably charged. Advbbttssmccts w i : 1 be i asorted at the rsts of One Hollars an?! Fifty Cents per sonar? (ten lines? for three insertions, and Fifty ?- y-*?r ???? ?sr? for ??ach additional ins?r ' tion. A?lvertisements inserted by the half year at yearat less rates. Are You Satisfi? ed with the Kind of SHOES You WEAR. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 5 June 1901

CLARKE COURIER JOHN o (ROWN. Editor and Proprletot WEDNESDAY, JUN" ?01. HOUSE OF DELEGATES To the Citiztr? of (lark* ,( < rren: Ire--;- anootmrt mr** '.'. ? i Lewisist ta un toes o? C?a-- a tbe Hrxrstf of I>?lea*ate? [falaSBad .' : - :-.:*-? :? ? ; -a::*;:-. :?.y il ?Lorre?/: I b-****-by anno'ince cas-self a candid*?.' r ? ?? H rua? of ? ??opte : ? ? ?? * '.-bearer and an; el-*ct**?i. I -.-. evfn efT".-* to ??? ? ?*? i*epre?. N Virginia Apple Orop in Demand Already the appie crop of 1901 ia in demand, aaya tbe Richmond :.. Vet the bloom bave not nil fallen from the tree?. < >n yesterday ral letters came to Commiaaioner of-Agricolture Koiner.Jaaking about the apple growing aectiona of the The writera of these epiatles want to place themselves in c apondence with the growera for the purpose of purchasing tbe crop many months before it is matured. -.clined to believe that the apple crop in the "West will be ahort the coming fall. Tbe writera ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 5 June 1901

? Every man in town will i benefit his foot and hi* ? pocket by adopting- this 5 shoe. We have them In ?? all leathers. High or Low Cut, I ?RICE #3.00. We carry a full Stock of Shoes of every de? scription. I, H M,N srilElEH ?Clothier and Furnisher? ? OltNKK MAIN?! CHI KCH STS Soul by FN C?STLKMAN. Berryvllle, Va. PoreonalH Mia? Florence Baughman went to Ha geiatown to attend the commencement exercises at Kee Mar College. Mr?. \V. B. Use, ???-onipanieil by her little daughter. Miss Kliza. returned this week to her home in Gloucester, after a month? visit to her mother. Mrs. I 1 Kownftlar. here Mr. Mayo Caliell left this week for his home near Norw?md. Ya Mr. Oabell has been reading l?w under hi? brother-ln Isw, Mr A Moor?*. Jr.. during the past year. He expect?? t<? appear be? f?te the examination hoard in Stsunton next September. Mr. Felix Mr Manu?, was at his old qaaitasa, the Virabais House, for a few ?lay? ?luring las past week, and his many Irieaes were fled to s?*e ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clarke Courier — 5 June 1901

TILLMAN-M? LATJRIN ?OONTE8T We have no doubt that the forth? coming contest between Senator Till niau and Senator McLauriu.of South Carolina, will result in s victory for Tilintan. ?Senator Tillman is a very popular man. and he has a strong hold on his large following in the State. Again, he has the political machinery well in hand, and that counts for s great deal in a political contest. But more than all. however erratic Tillman may have beeu, he is regarded as a representative Southern Democrat. He was oue of the most extreme of the free silver advocates, and went as far towards Populism as any other man in the party calling himself a Democrat. He was in some respects even more extreme than Bry? an. But for all that he stood by the organization, and he stands today for Southern Democracy. He is opposed to high tariff and ship subsidies and all sorts of class legislation, and he has no tolerance for what is termed Kepublicanisui. The people of South Caroliua are by nature and trad...

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