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STATE CHKON ICLE, S ATTJKD AY, APRIL 26, 1890.
Win f tat c (Dtouklc BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. THE CASH MUCK OF CHRONICLE L w c.K) per year; 3.00 for months; $l.r0 for a mouths. rpHi: BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial L Rooms of the CnnosicLE are on the i-coml lloor of No. 210, Fayetteville St. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO KJ the Business Department of this paper would be addressed to I). II. Browdlr. Lock Drawer No. 2, Raleigh, N. C., and all Urnfts, Checks and Postal Money Orders should be made payable to his order. JOSKPIIUS DANIELS, - - Editor. I). II. BllOWDEIlt - Bus. Manager. HAL. U'. AY I' It - - Akho. Editor. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1890. I!qual and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, He lifiollal Or Political. Thomas Jefl'er- ton. A COLONIAL OFFICER AND HIS TIMES. have en j eyed the respect and confidence of both authorities and people in a large degree." .Then follows an account of the resistence to the landing of the tea at Wilmington led by Colosel Ashe and Colonel Hugh Waddell, and, ad ded to the brilliant account of a glorious event, is appended a narrative of the event by Governor Tryon which has never been published before. The fourth chapter of the book will excite no little comment. It is devoted to the 4 'War of the Regulators." Na tually, because his grandfather opposed it, Col. Waddell characterizes it as "An utterly indefensible outbreak against law," and calls its leader, Herman Hus bands, 4 'a cunning and cowardly fel low," "a mischevious and turbulent demagogue and canting hypocrite." On the side of the Governor was General Hugh Waddell, Generals Ashe, Howe, Caswell, and other patriots whose character and patiotism attest that they were honest in the stand they took. It would be far from us to detract from j their glory, but it is our belief that the war of the Regulators was a righteous The Richest Showing In Black and Colored DRESS GOODS. Our offerings this week show many addi tional attractions in , Imported "DRESS PATTERNS." An elegant collection which includes the la test novelties from Paris. Attention is espe cially directed to the unapproachably low prices at which they are offered, $7 50 to $25 per suit. THOROUGHLY RELIABLE Black Dress Goods. Anvone who has visited this DEPART MENT will testify that we are showing a lar ger and really more select stocu oi BLACK GOODS than can bo found elsewhere, and at more at tractive prices. Plain and fancy weaves, me dium and nne. 7 Another of the new creations of late years that has already become staple. The very least suggestion of weight possible in a silk and wool texture, and the newest of all the highly lustred goods now so extensively used. $11 20 per suit pattern. DRAP D As the Chronicle has often taken oc casion to say, the people of North Caro lina aro alone responsible for the false position which they have been given in history. Wo have produced great men who deserve to rank in the history of their country with the ablest and bravest. They have not been given the rank to which they were entitled be cause no 1'oswell related their deeds in the durablo form of ink and paper. The glory and greatness of our men of the Revolution and other periods of his tory remain among us chiefly in the form of traditions, old men will tell of the masterly arguments of our great jurists, and the eloquence and ability of our great statesmen, but there is nowhere authentic and reliable biographies and histories of the men and their times. Col. Waddell declares that, excepting McRee's "Life and Correspondence of Jamhs Iredell," and Oabutiier's "Life of Caldwell," and Hubuard's " Life of William R. Davie" no volume aspir ing to the title has ever been published of a North Carolinian, as such. In view of this neulect, those in the possession of material, however small, which, if published, would prove to bo of historical value, the exhortation of Carlyle: "Be it but the infinitessimal est fraction of a product, produce it," may well bo addressed. Col. Alfred M. Waddell, first among orators and accomplished literati in North Carolina, has heard and heeded this exhortation and sent forth a volume bearing the title, "A Colonial Officer and His Times." It is a biographical sketch of his grandfather, Gen. Hugh Waddf.ll, who, though dying in 1773 at the age of thirty-nine, had won the highest honors. Tho biography is a filial offering of Col. Waddell to hi3 great ancestor, and is a valuable contribution to North Caro lina history. Tho book is from the publishing house of Edwards, Urouguton fc Co., Raleigh, N. C, and is, typographically speaking, a beautiful volume, and reflects credit upon the workmanship of North Carolina printers and binders. Like Judge Sciienck's book, it is strictly a North Carolina production written and printed entirely at home, and it is as elegant and neat a volume as any publishing house could turn out. It contains an ercellent steel engraving of Gen. Waddell and a picture of the Waddell coat of arms which bore the motto: "Mens conscia recti." Gen. Waddell was born in Lisburn, county Down, Ireland, in 1734 or 1733, won a brilliant place in the stirring events that preceded the revolution, and, before he had attained his majority, ho was a Lieutenant in Col. Innes' regiment which went into Virginia as the contingent from North Carolina to aid in checking French ag gression, and in opposing the supremacy of that people in the territory west of tho Alleghanies from Canada to Louis lana. In this service he learned the character and habits of the Indians. Upon his return he urged the Legislature to defend the frontier and to assist in offensive operations against tho enemy. The Legislature appropriated ten thous and pounds, and a fort between Third and Fourth creeks near the South Yad kin river, in Rowan county, was erected. Ho was commissioned to treat with the Catawba and Cherokee Indians at the early ago of twenty-one. He remained on frontier duty until 1757 when he took his soat as a member of the General Assem bly from Rowan county. He returned to his command at the close of the Legisla ture, and in May 1739 was promoted to the rank of Major, and assigned to the command of tho three companies raised for tho final expedition against Fort Du (Juesno under Gen. Forbes. Col. Waddell calls attention to the fact that in 1754 the General Assembly voted; .Cl'2,000 in aid of Virginia to repel French invasion and maintain the right of Great Brittain to the territory along tho Ohio and its tributaries, and says: This was the first time in our colonial history that troops were raised by a col ony TO SERVE OUTSIDE OF ITS BORDERS IN THE COMMON DEFENCE OF ALL, and the spirit thereby manifested exnibitcd it self afterwards in the first armed refis tence to the Stamp act in America and tho first Declaration of Independence. Thcro is a graphic and interesting ac count of Gen. Waddell's untiring ser vices to the colonies. "Throughout the whole of Dobb's administration, he ap pears to have been the most prominent military figuro in the Province, and to This old time fabric comes back to us with all its former popularity, and renewed beau tv, and is again classed with the most fashion able sumer textures. 46 incheH wide at f 1 per vara. war, and that in their resistance at the BLACK DRESS FABRICS. battle of Alamance "there was poured out the first libation to liberty on Ameri can sail in resistance to British oppres sion." But we need not go into this mooted question of history which has divided thought in North Carolina. Long ago Col. Wm. L. Saunders estab lished, to our satisfaction, the patriotism and the valor of the Regulators. There is no doubt that brave men like Gen. Waddell misunderstood them, and failed to appreciate the causes for which they fought, and for that reason joined the forces of the Governor. However that may be, Col. Waddell makes a strong presentation of his side of the case. Only yesterday we heard a prominent North Carolinian say that Col. Waddell had clearly proved that "the Regulators were a turbulent set of sorry fellows." While not agreeing with this gentleman or Col. Waddell, we are gratified that so clear and strong a statement of the case has been made. "With the suppression of the Regulators- the military career of General Waddell which had extended over six teen years, and had taken him from Fort Du Quesne, on the western border of Pennsylvania, to the Savannah river, on tho southern border of South Caro lina, and into Tennessee ended." It was a career of splendid achievements and unspotted integrity a career that has, with tho other illustrious men who bore it, made the name Waddell an honored and honorable name in North Carolina. To our mind, the last two chapters of the book, devoted to the Social Life of the Colony, and Historical Sketch of the Former Town of Brunswick, are the most delightful in this entire volume, in which every page is full of striking in terest and historical value. Col. Wad dell has done his work with the thor oughness and accuracy of a trained histo rian, and his elegant and attractive style adds keen pleasure to the enjoyment that a perusal of the historical tacts af fords. He has performed a task that will hand the name he so worth ily and honorably bears down to remotest generations of North Carolinians, and a work that has thrown a flood of light upon an important period in the history of the State. The Chronicle thanks him for his filial and patriotic labors. We hope that the book will enjoy a wide sale. We know that all who read it will enjoy it, and will have their patriotism rekindled. We are the manufacturers sole agents in Raleigh tor Priestley s world-renowned la brics, and as usual they take precedence of all otters. They occupy the post oi honor, so to speak, while nlanked upon every Bide are all the other standard and tancy weaves in black which have the approval of time or fashion. X. J. WAITT'S MMJQ1 m TFT 1QL B. PRIESTLEY'S BLACK SILK WARP CLARIETTAS, BLACK CHALLIS, (silk and wool), BLACK ESTRELLETTE (wool and alpaca). The celebrated ECROYD'S Black Silk Warp Henriettas and Veilings, BLAck Hemstitched Nun's Veilings fob Dkesses. Black Silks. Black Silks. To Black Silks we devote Bpecial attention, rejecting such manufactures as we cannot fully recommend. Black Crepe de Chines. Black Iler naimies and Grenadines. Samuel Courtanld & Crapes. Co.'s Black I have been in the clothing business seventeen years. I know more about clothing this year than I knew last year. The experience of each year gives increased knowledge of what is demanded of a gentleman's clothing and furnishing house. I am ready for the Spring trade. I know that men like to buy handsome suits for little money. I have taken pains to collect a stock of goods in which I can make this feature prominent. The stock includes any and everything for a gentleman's complete on' fir. I make a specialty of Making Suits to Order. The workmanship is of the best and the make-up the neatest and most sty lish that the originators of fashion can couccive. I invite inspection, correspondence, Ac. W. H. & R. S. TUCKER & CO. Elegant assortment of Biack Lace Flottn cings and Nets. Samples sent on application. McKimmon, Moseley fc McGee, 129 and 131 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. Clothier. Clothier. Clothier. 213 Fayetteville St., RALEIG I, N. C. LADIES ! Are you ready for genuine Bargains in MILLINERY! And if so, come to us and your wants shall be gratified. We have anything and every thing that is kept in a first-class Millinery Establishment, and buying as we do for spot cash, and besides having very light running business expense we are enabled to offer you greater inducements than our competitors. WE'LL QUOTE A FEW ITEMS : Black and colored Shade Hats at 20c, no old stock but purchased this season. A better line of Hats at 25c, 35c, 40c, 50c 75c, and npwards. No. 16 Fancy Gauze Ribbon at only 10c, can not be duplicated elsewhere tor less than 20c, per yard. Flowers, Tips, Crepes, &c, correspondingly as cheap and in fact Ave are selling our goods at lrom 20 to do per cent, cheaper than any house m the city. bpecial low prices are made to ; iv voung ladies attending tho different sehoois. Come to see us. New York Millinery Bazaar No. 211 Fayetteville Street. A FEW LIVE MEN WANTED. We have charge of the introduction of one of the most successful inventions ever shown in the State. An article universally needed and at a price within the reach of all. We are prepared to offer township and county rights in Wakf, Granville, Durham and Person counties on most attractive terms. An oppor tunity is here presented for a few men who have lots of energy and a little cash to make good money. J. M, BRQUGHTON & CO., Real Estate Agents, apr!8-tf RALEIGH, N. O. J. R. FERRALL & CI FRESH AND RELIABLE GROCERIES, 222 Fayetteville Street. Evaporated California Apricots. Peaches, Prunes, Raspberries, &c, &c. N. C. Dried Apples and Peaches. New York Medium Beans. California Dried Lima Beans. Imported Parmesian Cheese, grated for Macaroni. Edam and Pine-apple Cheese. Tarbell Cheese. Hazard's Strawberry Tomato Ketchup, best in the world. W00LLC0TT & SON 14 E. MARTIN STREET. IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT You will find all tho latest shapes in Ladies' and Misses' Hats. Wreaths from 20c. to $2.00. Ribbons, all styles and widths. Crepes and Nets in all shades. In fact we have everything that you will find in any tirst-class Millinery Store. Our Milliner is the most tastv and expert and our prices are always the lowest to be fonnd in the city. Phone 28- -16 Haeoett St D. T. JOHNSON, fig t, Smoked Salmon. Yarmouth Bloaters. Boneless Cream Codfish and Fine Mackerel. New Catch N. C. Roe and Cut Herrings. SPRING AND SUMMER MILL!NERY HATS RESHAPED ON SHORT NOTICE. A lot of White Flouncing at 15c. a yard. Our stock of Men's and Boys' Straw Hats has arrived. WOOLLCOTT & SON, 14 E. Martin St., Raleigh, N. C A. E. .JORDAH, Grocer and Commission MERCHANT. WHOLESALE Commission Merchant Daily receiving consignments of New Cabbage, New N. C. Cut and Roe Herrings, N. C. Hams, Totatoe, Chickens, E?gs, Ac, Arc. LOW PRICES TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE FROM SHU. PERS SOLICITED. NOW IN STORE A Big Lot of Best Brands of Flour. Bought before the rise. Small Hams, Sides and Shoulders. N. C. Canned Fruits and Vegetables, Hou ten's Cocoa, Dunham's Shred (Jocoanut, Daiy Pickles (10c. bottle), Plain and Pancv Candy, Bananas, Oranges, &c, &c Free and" Prompt delivery. Phone 23. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. HIGH NOVELTIES IN TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED GOODS. NOTHING LIKE SUCCEEDS- SUCCESS. full line of Children's Hats at all Prices. Some days ago the Chronicle printed six million dollar items, showing the large investments being made in North Carolina, both by our own people and by Northern capitalists. To these items a Winston exchange adds : To these progressive points let us add the facts that Winston will have within the next few months' the following : Electric Street Railway, Bell Telephone system, $100,000 hotel, Land and Im provement Company, several railroads and we trust the Davis Military School. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never iaiiea m any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease Known to tne hu man sj stem. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove inai every disease is Novelties in Ribbons, Flowers, Feath ers and all Millinery Materials. Orders from a distant will prompt attention. receive AND THE MONEY QUESTION. The money price of labor would have fallen with the increased difficulty of procuring the precious metals, but for the substitution therefor of .credits in the form of drafts, bank notes, &c, in CAUSED BY MICROBES, uim mil Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar anteed at Miss Maggie Reese's, 209 Fayetteville St. Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done vou cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a simple case of Malaria j) ever or a combination ol diseases, we cure imm STANDARD RFEWBRSL With All the Latest Improvements ! I am prepared to furnish anvthins usuallv kept in a first class grocery. My stock of canned fruits and vegetables is well assorted. My line of potted meats, sweet, and mixed pickles, jellies, catsups, flavorings, spices, coffees, teas, cakes, crackers, etc., is of the best goods and qualities, all fresh and new. Prices as reasonable as any house can offer. Also have best grades of flour, plain and su gar cured meats. Fresh country and Goschen Butters. Country produce always on hand. Send me your orders. Prompt delivery and satisfac tion guaranteed. A. E. JORDAN, Next to Citizens' Bank. PEE TTY FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES 1 COSY HOMES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! AND A.G. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy every day bv tha liberal teiins they offer on aU kinds of FURNITURE! Don't fail to get a bottle of KING S ROYAL GERMETEUR. For it will strengthen and build you up, and if you have any disease originating from the blood it will cure you. Thousands of men, we men and children are using it, and all that have given it a fair trial recommend its use. Over 300 gallons already sold in and around Ralegh. A. E. JORDAN, Ae't, Prompt Delivery. Next to Citizen's Bank. Guitars! Guitars! most of the operations of the world.- eXX? " di8 The HlGHEST hievement of Inventive Henry C. Carey. And Mechanical Skill ! no. mi: spun yarns. There is no -way to stop this infernal Virginia oyster thievery from the lower sounds but for Governor Fowle to ap point a Deputy. Governor for Eastern Carolina. We speak in time. We are a candidate. In the bestowal of patron age it u always the best policy to ap point the first man that applies. As to salary we are not particular. We'd be content to divide snacks with the "old man eloquent." We'd have our head quarters at Coin jock, with branch offices at Hattera3 and Ocracoke, and we'd nick every son of-a gun of 'em that tried to pass. Elizabeth City Economist. A LAWYER HELPS THE FAR3I- EHS (News and Courier.) It is said that William E. Jackson, a well-known Georgia lawyer, has "solved the jute "bagging problem," that he "has perfected, "mechanical appliances for making bagging "from cotton stalks" and "has just returned "from New York with a roll of bagging." It is also said that cotton circles in Augusta are jubilant, and well they may be. Such a discovery will be worth millions of dol lars to the farmers of the South and will emancipate them forever from the ty ranny of the Jute Trust. The Jackson invention proves again that cotton is king "not the fleeces that Jason ought can rival the richness of this plant, as "it unfurls its banners in our fieldSr-it is gold "from the instant it puts fdreh its tiny shoot." Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh. Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and FOB FIFTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD ! juivci disease, iiinn auu .rever, x' e- male Troubles, in all its lorms, and. in iaci, every msease known to the Human System. Jno. B William Easdale, Dealer, Kaleigh, N. C. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) appears on each jug. ; Send for book "History of the Microbe xvuier, given away Dy LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. Culpepper, BICH3IOND, VA. THE YARBORO HOUSE. It. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Rates, $2 50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE. T. G. Abktngton, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Rooms, with meals at Yarboro House. $2 00 per uay; siu.uu per wee. WSpecial rates to lawyers attending Su- aiu-xj premo jouti Dr Frank Harvey, Veterinary Surgeon, Residence 512 South Salisbury Street. Veterinary Shoeing Forge, Blount Street next to Jones' Tobacco Warehouse. Bue- ana wagonB repaired by Jack Yar- giea borough. april-14 1-m. BEEF, LAMB AND MUTTON I received to-day from the BLUE GRASS section, in Kentucky, nine of the finest Beeves usually brought to this market. The average weight of each is fourteen hundred pounds. I also have choice Virginia Lambs and Mutton which will be served every day, com mencing with to-day, and I will as here tofore deliver to my customers on Sun day morning from my Refrigerator their purchases of Saturday. J. SCHWABTZ, 122 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. O. Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything:! Chamber Suits, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. We will accommodate you and please ou if j wni ici, us, e nave too uiauv thinun to talk about. Come and see them ! It will bo like going to a fair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. Id Exchange Place. Of all small musical instruments the Guitar is at present the most popular. Thev would be MORE popular if there were no cheap im- uui ieu viunars boiu. xne necKH oi tnese cnean instruments WILL WARP, nd it is impoesi- lu piay wen on one, Desuies the lrets are not correct, uall and see our AMERICAN GUITARS, Especially the famous STRATTON HARP GUITARS, Which are the sweetest tuned and moat dura ble Guitars made. SOLID ROSEWOOD BODY, SPAN ISH CEDAR NECK, CONVEX FINGER BOARD, CURVED FRETS, ROSEWOOD TRIM3IINGS, &c. Price of "Harp" Guitars, $20, $22, $25 up. We have American Guitars 812.50 up. We have Guitars $5.00 up. We would be pleased to have you call and select, or to correspond with you if you desire a Giutar. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO. SEALED PROPOSALS i i r RMfK"I.N.C.f April 16, 1890. Sealed Proposals will be received until i m. of April 30th next, for the erection of a story brick, metal roof building, on the grounds of the N C. College of Agriculture and Mechanic Art The general dimensions of said buildm? will be 84x33, with addition 37x35. Bids will be received for entire buildin" c for each separate part, as brick and tTtoix work, hardware and iron work, and painting and glazing. Each bid to include all -.-sary labor and material. Ihe Board of Trus tees ot the said College reserve the ri"ht t' reject any or all bids. Detail plans and specifications can be peen attheofheeof the undersigned, also with N- Broughton, Esq., Auditor ot said Board. THE VICTOR TYPE-WRITER work, erf Bimple, easy to learnT HUai"y Ihe best Type-writer for the money. Price $15.00 Only. Sample of actual work genton application WILLIAM EASDALE, Dealer aprl7-till apr30 W. S. PRIMROSE, Chm'n Ex. Com. sew muni. HEW hachiks shop. 4Savine5uiPPedoiir shop with new and improved toola, we are prepared to do all Kinas of machine work in a first-class nnd Wmai"llke manner, and as cheap as tirat- wrk,can be done anywhere, cialty mg and repairing engine a sp- Messrs. WOOD & PARK, Being first-class practical men themselves h a sufficient guarantee. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. mhll'1y 101 West St., Raleigh, N. C SALE OF REAL ESTATE- rfSatwtyof an order of the Supi-ri-r Si ff6 8.Pial proceeding . . vy. ill arcom A( mmiatr.itjir: fc.. Jonnson deceased, vs. Lucy A. Woodall and ?r8I,5n1,1 ,on day, the 19th dav of May. . V til a a IL L Llin .11111 L. IJUW oi wake County, sell t. th bi.lder for cash certain parcel of land on South Vloo fS 8tie adjoinini? land of Mrs. Can Jay1; Bashford, DeWitt Smith and others. The said tot fronts J feet on Blood worth Street, and runs back East 107 feet, and has on it two ifw, J.C.MARCOM, apru-14 1-m Comroifsionpr.