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STATE CHEOEiCLE, SUNDAY, APEIL 6, 1890.
EASTER. glad memorial of our BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING u. Every Morning Except Monday. THE CASH PRICE OF CHRONICLE is 16.00 per year: 3.00 for 0 months; 11.50 for 3 months. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial Rooms of the Chronicle are on the second iloor of No. 216, FayetteviUe St. ANnffTTVTnATTnS RELATIVE TO VJ the Business Department of this paper should be addre?sea to a. V, "ti o i l t Vrt o Raleiirh. N. C and all T-ffQ rhiri and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to his order. JOSEI'IIVS DANIELS, Editor. I). II. DROWDER. - Bus. Manager. II A I.- W. AYEIt - - Asso. Editor. SUNDAY, APRIL C, 1890. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Ile IIkIoua or Political. Thomas Jefferson. To-day is the risen Lord. The joy that the world cannot give and cannot take away and the peace of God that pasaeth understanding, finds its origin in the resurrection of the Son of Man. Without that convincing proof of His divinity, Jesus would have been to His followers a great and good man, capable of sublime self-sacrifice, but incapable of regenerating and savins the world. 4'If Christ be not risen, then is our preach ing vain, and your faith is also vain." And so the Christian world for ages has celebrated, with joy and gladness, the astounding event which placed the seal of truth unon the teachings of Christ and revealed Him to the waiting world as in very truth God. Strike out the great fact of the resur rection, and you strike out of Christianity all of its power, and all its consolation. ENCOURAGING "WORDS. We give to our readers to day, at the close of the first month, a few expres- i sions from some of the friends of the Chronicle. We print them because we know that most of our readers will be glad to see the cordial reception the Daily State Chronicle meets with and the kind expressions of leaders of thought. Our circulations grows stead ily, and is already greater than we ex pected it to bein three months. The following are the extracts: A brainy North Carolina woman writes: The only fault that I find in the Daily State Chronicle is that there is too much in it. You spread a too generous table. A leader in the last two sessions of the State Senate and a lawyer of ability, writes: I am highly pleased with the initial numbers of the Daily State Chronicle and hope that your highest expectations THEY ARE THE PRETTIEST USE OF CARRIAG Ever offered in this market. BFAUTIFUL, DESIGNS Trimmed in Silk Goods, Satin luisse, Cretonnes and Tiufeh. Parasols m colors with blue edges. CARRIAGES $10.00 WE OFFER At$ 7.82, worth. HERE. I ll ES I S! MONEY atSjXPFR CENT. The Best and Safest of all Building and lioaa Associations. Endowment Building Fund OF THE Life Insurance Company of Virginia, Home Office: Richmond, V a. Capital, $100,000.00. Assets, S474,224.!H Surplus, $121,357.10. PRE FT Y FUTSjSTrUPt I; HAKES COSY HOMES! COSY HOMES MAKE II API' V PEOPLE ! -AND TO-DAY'S CHRONICLE. We flatter ourselves that all our rea ders will be pleased with thia issue of the Daily State Chronicle. It is chock full of matter much of which is good enough for a preacher to read from the sacred desk. In addition to fresh news in the department "Amone the Churches." we give articles by eminent divines upon appropriate religious topics. Rev. Dr. Talmage gives a life-life sketch of the pleasure that children find in finding and keeping Easter eggs, and follows it with a practical sermon to every man and woman. Rev Atticus G. Uaykood speaks strong words against the modern mania of visiting the poor through curi osity, and calls the vice "slumming." Prof. Ceo. T. Winston writes of "The Greatest Miracles" in a letter that "gives evidence of a mental vigor and origi nality that is quite remarkable" entitled "Easter in Joseph's Garden." An Easter poem, by Bishop Cleave land Coxe, is as excellent and as de lightful as everything that comes from his scholarly pen. In addition, we have short extracts "For the Quiet Hour," taken4from the writings of some of the world's greatest thinkers. A poem never before published, by Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes Smith will please our readers, as will also a bright and humorous poem on "A Sweet Monop oly," by the talented Mr. Edward A. Oldham. And then we give a choice and beautiful and heart-touching poem, "Mary uv Argyle," from the pen of . James Lindsay Gordon, a rising litera- teurof Virginia. In other lines, the Chronicle is equally as attractive. The "Industrial Progress" of the State is gleaned from our exchanges. The latest political news i3 given from Washington by our special correspondent, a talented native North Carolinian. Our State, local and telegraphic news feature is as complete as it is possible for us to make it. And quite as impor tant and quite as valuable and interest ing, we present an array of live adver tisements from live and progressive business men. The Chronicle at the close of the first month of its existence, presents its Eas ter greetings to all its readers and wish es for them a day of brightest sunshine and happiness. This sublime central truth, without which all else becomes a barren system of morals, though doubtless the purest and best the world ha3 ever seen, gives to our religion its spiritual and uplift ing force, and accounts for its wonder ful hold upon the great heart of the world. That Christ suffered and died for our sins inspires our love ; but even a good man might have done that ; and had it not been for the rolling away of the stone from the mouth of the sepu'ehre, and the bursting asunder of the bonds of death by more than mortal power, the name of Jesus would have been venerated and loved, even as those of the great and good men of all the ages who, forget ting self, have lived and died for their fellow men. The influence of His no ble life of patient suffering, His sympa thy for suffering man, His example of doing good to all mankind, might and would have influenced humanity to emulation. Marcus Aurelius was a wise and good man, and he taught the lessons of pure moralitv and kindness and cood will among men, and he taught them from the imperial throne, but the influence of his teachings produced little effect upon the age in which he lived, and less upon those which followed. His writings are now read with pleasure, by the few, for the words of wisdom, gentleness and purity which distinguished them in that age of i gross corruption, venality and sensuality. ine words or jesus would in any age have taken stronger hold upon the minds of men, but their influence could not, in the nature of things, have pro duced any great or lasting effect upon the fspiritual and moral condition of man, except ror tne demonstration or may be realized. I have no doubt but what you will have the largest circula tion of any paper in the State. You de serve success. The people appreciate your energy and ability and wiil aid you in making tho Daily a factor for good that will redound to the honor and ma terial advancement of the State. I like the paper, the make up, general appear ance and clear cut editorials and above all its independence. i am for the Daily State Chronicle. A teacher at the University writes: me jlmily chronicle is growing in popularity here, and the weekly Chroni CLE is hterallv read to nieces before it has been in the reading room twenty four hoars. ri prominent Methodist preacher writes: I like your daily. It is reliable and Democratic to the backbone. It will ele vate the standard of -journalism in North Carolina. You deserve and oueht to have 2,500 subscribers. Wish you God speed in your noble undertaking. A Buncombe Democrat writes: Your grand Daily Chronicle slips in with my other papers bristliDg with the very pick of the news from all quarters. I am electioneering with leading Demo- crats here for patrons for vou. You ought to have ten thousand from old "Rip Van" and a scattering from neigh boring States. There is need of truth ful, straightforward work for old-fash ioned Democratic doctrine. If you can help to re-elect Cleveland and put Em peror Reed behind the plow handles where he would be more useful to the country you will have done a great work. A graduate of the University, now liv ing in Tennessee, sends for the daily and writes: I am much pleased with the Daily Chronicle. It is a better paper than we have had in Raleigh in ten years, and l think the best in the State One of the best scholars and teachers in the State writes: 8.50 9.62 10.10 10.20 13.12 15.10 15.87 16.12 18.22 18.72 19.62 " - 20.42 " 21.48 " Call and get a Bargain. THOMAS H. BRIGGS & L i ( I 11.50 12.00 12-50 14.00 16.00 18.00 19.00 20.00 22.00 23.00 . 24 00 . 25 00 . 26.00 SONS LOCAL HOARD AT RALEKJH: r. VJ V ATVF.RSO PRESIDENT KOBT. T. Gil AY. HAY WOOD iV HAi V UUJJ J .YlCE-1'.BESlDEJ.T Attorneys M. BK0UGI1TU3 -1Ui,M1 J. G. Broavn, Ho. D. Y. Bain, Rev. Frank L. Eeid, Y. J. Young. Walter Woolixott, Edgar B. Barbee. FllANK HAYWOOD, Jn Local lreafcuiei ILLUSTRATION Showing estimated cost and Profit in beven years ot ten snares. Subscription lee -; - y Eighty-lour monthly payments, 8 each . 072 A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day by the liberal teims they t.-ffer on all kinds ol FUKNITUKE! Total cost Received at maturity. 682 1,000 Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Net profit.. Or nearly 50 per p ---- , -i--r, , - - , , , , I $ 318 cent, on the investment. Should the shares mature in six years tne profit will he 70 per cent on the investment. Tins is a higher rate oi interest than oan be rea lize 1 from any other reliable investment, at the same time it had required only a small saiug each mouth. ILLUSTRATION knowing estimated cost and proiit in seven years to the borrower of $1,000. He subscribes for fifteen shares and pays Subscription fee ? 13 Five monthly payments, at $12 per month W lie applies for and receives a loan of.." $1000 On which he pays interest at the rate of G per cent, pel annum, being $5 per month for 70 months, iV.Q (No premium is charged.) He also pavs 70 monthly payments on his fifteen shares of $12 per month Of Chamber Suite, complete, in great varietv Broken Suits provided if desired. YTe Afil acoonitU' you and please ou u you will let us, -. . have too many things to talk about ae and see th in : It will be iino jjoing ;o a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. D E. Martin St.- No 10 Exchange 1 lace. Those 23- --1C llAiiriETT Sr KING'S ROYAL GERMETEUR Has proved to be one of the very bf st reme dies ever ottered to any people, it nas maue permanent cures ot cases that many other remedies tailed to cure. It does not matter how complicated your case maybe, it will surely have a good and wonderful effect it rirorjerlv used, torn is a GEKM BEMEDY and CUKES VV KILLING THE LIV- ixa-germs of diseases. And nearly all are germ diseases. It you aro troubled with any disease aon t despair until you have given ROYAL GERME TEUR a fair trial. You will always he glad of havinc used it. Try a gallon. Trice re duced from $2.50 to $1 50 per gallon. None genuine without the Red, White and Blue label. A. E. JORDAN, Agent, Raleigh, N. C. Prices on Fancy Groceries and Produce have also been reduced and you can get any thing vou want in Groceries at the lowest prices, all new and tresh, at A. E. JORDAN'S Prompt Delivery. Next to Citizen's Bank. NOllTXI STATE Making tho total cost $1,41S His fifteen shares having matured the Company now pays him $1,500 Out of which he repays the loan and has left in cash. '. $500 He has received J82.00 more than he has paid, besides having had the use of $1,000 for seven vears at a cost of not one cent. It twenty shares are carried the net profit will lie proportionately greater. J. 31. HltOUGlITON, Local Agent. IMPORTED SUITINGS FOR Spring' ami Summer Wear. After five years' experience in North Caro lina and catering to the wants of my patrons and the pvl lie generally I find that the Im ported TVcollens take the best and give bet ter satisfaction than our do nestic goods. D. T. JOHNSON, AGENT, BANANAS, APPLES AND ORANGES We receive weeklv lame consignment,, ..t Fruits and Vegetables, and can give lowest prices at wholesale or retail. FLOUR We receive, direct from the mille Gambnll'f 1'atapseo Superlative Orange-Grove and Ameiicau Mills Co, Liberty X Mann Our prices are as low a the lowest. HAMS, SIDES AND SHOULDERS ' The best that can be bought, always in sto; i Canned Goois ! Sauces ! Catsups, Ac. X. C. canned Peaches, first qualitv Toii;a toes, Worcestershire Sauce, vOith of Emjla:; : Sauce and fine Tcmato cateup. These :in fresh Roods, received and opened this week COFFEE I TEAS AND SUGARS ! Leading varieties, best goods, lowest pric- h. Chickens, Eggs and Fresh Countrv Uutfer. We receive daily consignments and can guar antee fresh goods and low prices. Oniere should be sent in one dav or more ahead o delivery. Fresh Iloasted Peanuts dailv. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS At ray stall in city market. Shad, ehul Perch, Herrings, Ac, received dailv. Order lelt at my Htore promr.tlv filled. line cigars, Fancy candy. 1 hone 23. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. I stock have bought direct this season rav entire of Tobacco and Snuff. Flain mtA I read the Chronicle with pleasure. its crood dualities increase arid imnmvp tt: - ,i : : : i i, : , i, ti: , .. : e I i L 1 - X1I3 UlYUUljf, WUIUU XJ.15S ICOUl ICCUUU IU1- I daily. nished. The followins? is from an n.hl His own chosen disciples were heart- who has recently been solicited by a San broken and in despair when He died upon Francisco law firm to write a standard MUSIC COMPANY WOOLLENS, IN COMPLIMENT TO A CAROLINIAN. NORTH The following verses, hitherto unpub lished, are from the genial and facile pen of the venerable and gifted Mrs. Elizabeth Oakes Smith, whose many and varied contributions to American literature have secured her an exalted and enduring reputation as poet, dra matist and essayist. Mrs. Oakes-Smitu, now an cctogena- the Cross. Thoy thought the light of His teachings had gone out forever with his mortal breath; and, if that had been the end, the world would always have said with the sorrowful disciples, "but we trusted that it had been He which should Jiave redeemed Israel." It was only when fully satisfied of the resurrection that Thomas, called Didy mus, answered and said unto him: "My Lord and my God." It was only after his followers knew that He was risen that they believed in His divinity, and to this day those who deny the resurrection deny that Jesus was the son of God. The resurrection established in the minds of his earliest followers that strong belief, which with them might be said to have been positive knowledge, in his divine power, and begot in them the faith which has come down to us. Without the power to rise from the grave, he would have been without the power to serve and bless His disciples. The conquerer of death and the grave, law work. He is a man of such literary taste and scholarship that we value his commendation most highly. He writes "1 am more and more pleaded with your daily, not only on account of your success in collecting such a varietv of valuable and entertaining reading mat ter, but also the editorials, alike thought ful ana trenchant of expression, which evince in the editor growth of a vigor ous mina. If you want a Piano or Organ come to tsee us or drop us a pos tal card. We have the best line of first class goods in the market. We will save vou meiu-v. consisting of hrst-class Diagonals, Corkscrews, English and French Silk, libet Granite Cloths, Blonny and Irish Tweeds, Vienna and Australian Woollens, in rough and smooth lace goods. Prices have been put lower than ever before for same quality of goods. G. N. WALTERS, 231 FayetteviUe St., R A LEIG H, N . C. mchl9-lstJune W00LLC0TT & SON It E. MARTIN STREET. TWO STARTLING BARGAINS! 1000 Yards French Satinas ! 1 r. it TIIEBOYI.E VERDICT AM) THE APPLAUSE. The Chronicle takes this method of thanking more than two dozen of its friends for letters of warm commenda tion of our condemnation of the "aD- plause" and "congratulations" that fol lowed the Boyle verdict. Most of these letters were written for publication and many of them are excellent. We regret that we cannot print them. If we did so, it would crowd out most other mat ter to-day, and the entire subiect is - r y painful to us. The unfortunate and disgraceful affair is over, and the wicked nnf.K.fL. anrl u .Mil L fr f bis power to perform all things could not betrayer has gone from us never to re contributor of graceful and brilliant aDd cannot be questioned. His love for turn- Let 8 Pray od that our State poems and sketches to the leading lit- men had been already demonstrated, 7 never receive another such moral 1 i.. t. and when His elorious resurrection was lePer and above ail let us see to it that Our readers will annreciate these accomplished, and infinite power coupled 8"cb cnme never p unpumshed - stanzas none the less, when we state that they were not designed for publica tion, but were written jn compliment to a North Carolinian, on receiving from him a copy of the poem, entitled "hy meneal," which we published in The Chronicle, two or three years ago. Mrs. Oakes-Smitu prefaces her lines with the following quotation: "We often adore one that is uncon scious of it, and do not fail to preserve an inviolable fidelity, although the ob ject of it, knows nothingof it." Pascal. Xo- Oh, my poet! thy sweet wording, Like the wind-harp's weird unrest, New and mystic notes affording, Waked response within my breast: Answer to an angel calling Knock of angel, heard of yore On my midnight silence falling, And I rise to ope' the door. Cans't thou need me in tby soaring ? Let me lean upon thy wing Light, and love and truth adoring, Lo! wo touch the self-same string, Asking naught in earth or heaven But sweet meeting in high space, Where sometimes a cloud is riven, And we see the other's face. Angels touch their strings of fire In response to answering string; So we wake the sacred lyre, . With a love for those that sing. ' " Tni Now York Commercial Advertiser, keeps a weekly record of the private pension bills introduced in Congress. with infinite love, the love and faith and admiration of human hearts and human intellects could be no longer withheld. Let the churches celebrate the Easter festival, and let all christians meditate upon that great ever abiding miracle of the resurrection.remembering that upon no other foundation than that of a risen and ascended Christ can the soul safely rest. The hoh joy experienced by Mary when the risen Lord revealed himself to her, as she stood weeping by the empty sepulchre, will be experienced this day in thousands of humble Christian hearts, as they sing the anthems of joy and gladness, praising God for His great and wonderful goodness to the children of men. THE MONEY QUESTION. The powar of money thus to deter mine the amount arises from the recin- i rocal action of the quantity of money in active circulation, and the price of commodities. All exchange, a3 1 have said, is a barter of merchandise for money; and the quantity of money which an article of merchandise will command in the market is term Ad it price. Prof. Francis Bowen. O-Considerhig the high quali ity of our goods and our intensely low prices, we cannot sell on $5.00 per month, hut we will on good or lor cash at unheard of rice. Guitars and all qualities musi cal instruments. Milfl, MU I Mil -LEADERS IN- High Novelties! SPRING AND SUMMER I1V Goods ! O. G. STONE, 111 Faveth ville St. Raleigh, N. C. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE BLACK DRESS GOODS ! JAMES McEIMMON & CO., JAMES McKIMMON & CO., 133 Fayetteville Stkeet and 5 Hargett St COLORED DRESS GOODS In all the new fabrics apnroved by labhion for the present season. Plain and Printed Silks! FANCY SILKS AND VELVETS. THE MONEY QUESTION. -BUY -BUY THE THE BEST-BE8T- We Have Just Received a Fall Line of Peter FlXdeeson's GARDEN SEED GARDEN SEED Prohibition is steadily gaining ground in Mississppi. Thus far thirty-nine of the seventy-four counties have prohibition. A convention to nominate candidates will ba held on the first of July. The Baltimore Sun says: "The Prohibitionists of Mississippi have long advocated constitutional pro hibition ,as their ultimate goal, and they will probably make a strong effort to have it inserted in the new Consti- tion." "In the other case, if the currency of any nation should fall below the average proportion to its wants, the price of all merchandise there would fall, they being exchanged against smaller amounts of I money." Prof. Francis Bacon. j The rulers the classes rejected the ! truth of Christ's resurrection. The i humble people the masses accepted j it, and worshipped the Risen Lord ! Every great religious movement that has i blessed the world has originated amoDs I the masses, and not the classes. A N. C. Editor Growing Famous. -PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS Our White Goods, Laces, Embroid enes, and ahove all. our Tueked 9nH n etitched Flouncing are the wonder and admi Ifi.1,1' e.dwly Purchases 0 suuouiuuai pruui oi ineir approval. fcpnn- Wraps in Graceful Designs and Moderate Prices. Express phefaid on all casH oiideks of $5.00 McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C -Everything Pertaiiing to the Garden ECCE ITERU3I. -JAMES -JAMES McKIMMON & CO. McKIMMON & CO.- (Account of Public Exercises at Pro! Kellv'a School in Wilson Advance ) In a telling way Mr. Joe r,r,u claimed a piece compiled from the ad dress of V. W. Loner. Esn ama The number last week waa 115, making and newsy, and an earnest promoter of ine total up 10 uaturaay ior tms session the rapid advancement which Greens- 2,893, boro is making. W-. 1 T" i i a he ureensooro rainot win soon ap pear as a daily paper. It will be bright before the N. C. Press Association in "Why Young Men Aue matter was ljenoir last vear. Leaye North Carolina. . - - excellent and the speaker's style and With All the Latest Improvements ! The Highest Achievement of Inventive And Mechanical Skill ! FOR FIFTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD! William Easdale, Dealeb, t x Raleigh, N. -C. Jno. B. Culpepper, Richmond, Va. TXT vv men is tne Latin for "Her w0 Acta in " Smni.aj ,ilere V e Are :r -u.ea.Ls ot every descrin- tion; Virginia Hams, Ferris Ham? lonsmes and Beef. Balti HARDIN & PESCUD. )C. a vard. Kpfrnlnr mint .. 0 . 1-v u JAM), These Goods have just arrival and will only last a few days. 3000 Yards Besl Shirting Prints ! 5c. Sold elsewhere at lie. a yard. Fine Laces and Embroideries In endless variety. WOOLLCOTT & SON, 14 E. Martin St., ItAL&Wif, N. c A PROSPEROUS COMPANY The -Etna Life's Gains in 1881). Tho handsome gains made bv the t Life Imjcrasce Company the past ve-tr" : every department of its buines-, ahow- ; I SST 7 ihat the ,omPy ictivt-h aucea.siully, as well ae conservatively .' v,.v. K Ita growth from year to vear h',- nuu ouusuHiiai. The were us folio w: A gain in membership of A gain in interest income ol A gam in market values ot A gain in surplua of Again in premium receipte of A gam in income of A gain in assets of A gain in new business of A gain in insurance ol m7-Um gam. 17:',' '.. 'd.'A.'i' so.--;. 4,t):.,li. OF DRY GOODS, Notions, Fine Shoes, Hats, ( a; Clothing, Millinery Ribbons, IV.. (jroods, &c, at NEW CUT HERRINGS, &c. New Cut Herrings, very nice; Cod Fish tSpsS trobsr. Salmon, Fine Sardines Kippered Herring (an elegant relish), &c., HARDIN & PESCUD. A VERY BAD HABIT. Don't chew tobacco. It does von no feood, and it is a waste ot monev- W if you can't be cured of it, chew good tobac co. We offer von rin Vi.Ja nL A . "COCK'S ver Ac CTION CTION A rcrv Without Reserve. SALE FOR LADIES ON Monday, Wednesday and Fridav noon at 4 o'clock. Lfror- SALE FOR SALE FOR MEN I SALE FOR A!i N MEN SALE FOR MliS Auur&uayanaaaturdav uim at 7:30 o'clock of each wee ?You will save money by attendir.. these sales. ginia Gentlemen, Gravely's best Wr fy, Fitzhugh Lee, .Chesapeake ' Fi , w, uuu VVUwj. uwuiuaiu oranos. HARDIN & PESQUD. i Fine W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SEPARK'S W. G. SErAKK"? W. G. SEPARK'S 12 E. Martin tt. Smith & Woollcott, Truces.