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STATE OHEOOaiOiE, TEfBSDAY, MAY 8, 18u.
i ty chrosiclbTublishisg CO. B Every Morolng Except Monday. nnt mrxj fWICI .V. TTTIC HASH FrvlLJU VJr HS SSo pei W for 0 months; $1.50 for 3 months. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial ltoonwo! the Chronicle are. on the second floor of No. 210, Fayetteviile St. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO (j the Buainws Department of thto paper rHonld be addressed to D- H. B"0 shoauld'be made Payable to his order. inupmrtrs nANIELS. - Editor. JUDbl - ' i ir. nnnWDER. - Bus. Manager. mf iv. IYER - - Asso. Editor. GOTEttNMEiiTT OWNERSHIP THE TELEGRAPH or a was was the THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1890. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re. Ilgloui or Political.Thomas Jeffer son. SHALL THE UNITED STATES COURT BE REMOVED FROM RALEIGH ? The Chronicle said yesterday that there was more reason why this govern ment should own the telegraph than any other government The United States government was the original owner and constructor of the telegraph, and the mistake made was in ever parting with it. In 1843 Congress appropriated $30, 000 "to test the expediency of the tele graph projected by Professor Morse1' and with the money thus appropriated line from Washington to Baltimore erected. When finished it placed under the charge of Postmaster General and it was operated three years by the govern ment in connection with the postal ser vice. The government furnished the money to test it, showed its value, utili ty and practicability, and made it the mighty engine it is to-day. Private cap ital could not be induced to furnish the money with which to make the needed a-rTvnriment. and 'it was only after it was an established success that private corporations desired to take hold of it. Senator Cullom truly says the advocates of a government telegraph are suggesting nothing new. They are simply advocating the resumption by our pay weekly each and every employee en gaged in its business, the wages earned j by such emyloyee to within six days of j the date of such payment. This bill has created much discussion, and its agitation has developed the fact that many establishments, especially mines, and did not pay their men regu larly, and that they often paid wages in trade. Great hardships were experienced in many cases. The New York World did a great work in exposing the systematic wrong practised upon wdrkingmen, and has championed the bill ably and effec tively. It is a wise and just law. FLOOR IVlTtS We oner Floor Paints of Superb Quality THEY The fight ix Randall's old district is getting very bitter. Two Democrats one a Randall Democrat and the other a Reform Democrat are seeking the nomination, and it is feared -that the feeling is so great that both will run. It is safe to say that this is the last oppor tunity a Democrat will have to repre sent that district. The Republican Legislature now in session will make new lines so as to make the district Re publican. Randall was great enough to hold this district. Now that he is gone a new man cannot receive his mantle. But few have noticed or appreciated M . t fit A MA M the effect ot tne diu to -aenno uu fiimpiy advocating the resumption oy our the Louisana State Lottery Company ulate the jurisdiction of the courts oi eovernment 0f the control which it first has submitted to the Kentuckv Legisla te United States," which passed the properiy assumed over the most power- ture a proposition to pay the sum of House of Representatives on tne iom . , acency of communication known to $12,500,000 for a twentv-five years' char- .... i - - - the world, the management of which was ter. By the terms of the proposal the THEY THEY 1HEY combine natural minerals with hard-drying liquids, are finely ground and thoroughly mixed. ' cover well and dry hard m twelve hours. , , stand exposure to weather and the wear of washing, hence are espe-ioiiT- ormlipfihlp for Fiazza and l,iUll T ' f Kitchen rioors. The following Colors in Stock : LIGHT RED, DARK YELLOW STONE, LIGHT YELLOW SLATE AND LIGHT BROWN. ALL KIXDS OF IP .A. I 3ST T S IN SMALL CANS. STAINS OF DIFFERENT COLORS, AND HARD VARNISH TO FINISH WITH. THOMAS H. BRIGGS & SONS Raleigh, N. 0. the: world type-writer, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MACHINE ON THE MARKET. Price I 3. Those wishing to purchase can do so by calling or corresponding with G. H. GLASS, Agt., Raleigh, N. C. NOTICE! unfortunately relinquished to private lottery company is to pay the State $12,- pereons forty years ago. Professor Morse desired the govern ment to own the telegraph and in a let ter to Congress said: The telegraph is an engine of power m. a a ultimo. This bill was passed by a strict party vote, and will, in all probability, pass the Senate and receive the approval of the President. The bill transfers to the United States District Courts, all the original jurisdiction of the United States Circuit Court, civil and criminal, and convert the Circuit into an appenaie t0 concur Q desiring to have subject to Court, and provides for the appointment the control of the government, rather of two other Circuit Jndgeu, who ia than have it in the hands of private in- this Circuit will hold their sessions in dividual or associations. Richmond But government passed an act on As no district court has ever been es- the 19th of June J846 authorizing the tablished to sit in Raleigh, the civil and sale- Wrltw5 about thls sale Sentor criminal business of circuit court, here- Cullom says: tofore held in this place, will be trans- This change of policy was most ill ad . A . ' , vised. During all these years it has cost ferred to Elizabeth City, New Berne and the many millions of dollars, ex Wilmington, and our $400,000 court acted from them in the shape of excess house in Raleigh will no longer ive and unreasonable charges for tele ba quired for court purpo. Jtf. es. 'Othello's occupation will be ue( tbe development of the telegraph gone." This will be a direct and heavy system would have gone hand in hand blow on Raleich. and will anbiect oar- with that of the postal system, as it has Enpi Terratplbs Catawfaknii Is what a learned naturalist designates our Wonder of the Amphibious World. 500,000 for the right to maintain a lot tery for a period of twenty-five years. One-third of this sum goes in block to supplement the public school fund of the State, one-third goes to the support for good or evil, which all opinions seem of pharitable institutions, and the bal ance goes to the levee system of the State. A REGULAR EXPOSITION Of Black Dress Fabrics -AT- 1 1 & i. s. mn 1 gits Whatever its name this we know, it has created more interest in this city among all classes of our citizens than anything that has been shown here in a long time. It is almost an exact reproduction of the Siamese Twins in an amphibian nature. It was captured, at 1 Granite Falls, Caldwell county, X. C. It ia well worth seeing. Come and look at rit,-and 'ml you won't regret it. Nobth Cabolijta, ) Before Clerk Wake County. j Superior Court. Notice is hereby given that I have this day issued letters declaring J. M. Breughton, W. N. Jones and J. N. Holding and their asso ciates and successors, a corporation for ihe purposes eet lorth in the articles ot incorpora tion filed and recorded in this office, with all the privileges conferred upon corporations under chap 1G of the Code of North Caroliaa and the laws amendatory thereof. The sub stance of said articles is that the said parties desire to become incorporated under the name and style ol "The lialeigh Ileal Esta'e Company," and the business proposed to be done bv said company is the buying, selling, renting', leasing, holding and improving real estate and negotiating loans ou real and per sonal property, th ? buying, selling, , renting and leasing real estate on commissions, the taking, holding, purchasing and selling op tions on real estate, the collection 01 rents, note, accounts and other evidences of indebt edness, the placing ot insurance on .property on e-miiuissions, and such other acts as m.'y be necessary to effectuate the purposes enu merated. The place of business ot said cor poration is Raleigh, N. C, and the duration thirtvvea'S. The capital stocK 01 saia cor- . . -i t -it a; .1 , J poratiou is three thousand aoiiars, uivmeu 1 1 I 1 f 1 1 1 .111., n . r . AV into thirty snares ui 0110 uuuuieu uuimiocatu, with privilege to increase the capital stock to two hundred thousand dollars. The stock holders of said corporation are not individ ually liable for the debts of the ea're. CHAS. D. UPCHUBCH, Clerk Superior court Wake county. April 2G, 1990. Phone 28- -1G Hargett isi ties and witnesses in central North Caro lina to incalculable inconvenience and expense. The remedy is plain. Let our Sena- tors and Representatives in Washington at once see to it that a United States District Court is established to be held in other countries, and during all these years the people would have enjoyed better and more widely extended tele graphic facilities, which would have been supplied to them at cost. Some idea of the saving that would have been effected to the public can be gained from the fact that from 1867 to 1883 (both inclusive) the shareholders of the By far the largest and most complete stock of till in Raleigh on the first Monday in June Western Union Telegraph Company re and the last Monday in November of each year, the times of holding the Uni ted States Circuit Court. If the bill be comes a law, the' establishment of this court will be imperatively demanded, that it may succeed to the busi ness of the Circuit Court at this place. If the bill should fall to become a law, a District Court should be established at Raleigh just the same. The business of that portion of the State most interested in it, justi- ceived $34,000,000 in cash dividends, in addition to stock dividends of $25,817, 198. Only a few days ago Mr. Cuthbertson, of Texas, made a speech in the House on Trusts and compared them to lions. He said: "There is a lion at the door. 'Shut the door and keep him out,' say the Democrats. 'Not so,' say the Repub licans, 'let him in and then we will seek to defend ourselves against him." The most gigantic Trust in the country is the telegraph. The Western Union loroufthly reliable Black Dress Stuff ever offerejd in North Carolina. MID-SUMMER TEXTURES. Light in weight and very soft in finish, and just the stuffs you can wear anv day ot the summer season. Wool ChaHis Brocades, Hemstitched Nun's Veiling Abbess Cloths, Lat L1 : 1 1 - lj utciniiii; ncigus, iSliK. uuu Wool. CLOTHIERS MATTERS D. T. JOHNSON, Ag t. WHOLESALE Commission Merchant Daily receiving consignments ol New Cabbag , ew N. C. Cut aud Herrings, ? . C Hams, I'otatoe-s, Chicken. Egg, Arc, &c. LOW PRICES TO THE TRADE. CORRESPONDENCE FRO" SIlll PEHS SOLICITED. IMPORTED SUITINGS -FOR- Spring and Summer Wear. SOW IX STORE A Big Lot of Best Brands of Rcur. Bought before the rise. Small Hams, Side and Shoulder. N. C. Canned Fruits and Vegetables, H..11 ten's Cocoa, Dunham's Shred Cocoanut, Daisv Pickles (10c. bottle), Plain and Fancv Cundv. Bananas, Oranges, tVc, Arc. Free and" FroinjV delivery. Phone 28. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. HEW FOUNDRY, SSW MACHINE mi After five years' experience in North Caro lina and catering to the wanta of rny patrons and the prt lie generally I find that the Im ported Woollens take the best and give bet ter satisfaction than our do nestio goods. I have bought stock of direct thia season' rav entire Having equipped our shop xvirh new and improved tools, we are prepared to do all kinds of machine work in a first-class ana workman-like manner, and as cheap as firsi clasa work can be done anywhere. Overhauling and repairing cialty. engines a spt-- li 1 At 1 1 T-i 1 I w um it, uu tnere m no reason wny Company has driven more than fifty eign anonia not nave a district uourt, competing companies out of business. rt t -"it 1.11. i ! 1 I r Brocaded and Plain Henriettas Clair sttes, Hernanis, Mohairs, &c. Also the papular wool and silk and wool MEXICANS. Silk warp, Taniise, Batiste, and Tissues, all wool. Tissage Meckanigues. Indian Stripes, Bro caded Stripes, Mohair Brocades. &c. ALL-SILK GRENADINES. Black, China, India, Canton and Shanghai Silks, and a full line of Mourning Surali Silks. W. H. & R. S. TUCKEli & CO. IOEI ICE" For the City and Country (:o:)- kUR ICE WAGONS WILL BE ready to start next Monday if the weather be warm. as Greensboro, Charlotte, Statesville and Ashevilla, where terms of both the Cir cuit and District Courts of the United States are now held. The session is fast drawing to a close. CLOVERDALE DAIRY. It has acquired a virtual monpoly, and it levies an enormous tax upon the busi ness, commerce, and news of the peo ple. The Democratic party has fought Separated Cream Gilt-Edge Butter. a rusts, it ougnt to kiu tnis Trust by The time is short. But, North Carolina making the telegraph a part of the pos ts represented in Washington by men of tal sytem. aoimy ana mnaence, and we but ex- There are other reasons why this press the unanimous sentiment of our should be done. The people of the people, when we call attention to this United States will never forget the sus- matter and earnestly ask that immediate pease that hung over the country just 'Phone 118. Persons who wish ice at their residences or places of business will please notify ns and equip themselves with tickets, and we will be pleased to resume the business of serving them with ice of best quality. At present the following will be the Price of Tickets: action may be taken in the premises. 31 UNICIPAL GOVERNMENTS. The New York investigation of the eity officials continues and developments are truly startling. The world stood aghast a few days ago when Mr. Mc Caun, brother-in-law of Mr. Croker, after the election in 1884. Everybody believed that Cleveland had been elec ted, and that the slow coming in of the returns was a trick of Jay Gould to de feat him. People paraded New York city and it was feared that the infuriated men would kill the little money king. If he had been found his life would not have been worth a penny. Thousands of people will charged that Mayor Grant had given $25,000 to Mr. Croker's daughter, as a aiWftV8 that the returns wp present, in consideration of a deal be- hid hurt fnr a rmrfl tw thQ tween these two Tammany chiefs. At first Grant and Croker declared that the charge was "mere rot and rubbish," but afterwards Grant admitted under oath that he had given her $10,000. This purpose, fright experienced by Mr. Gould alone brought the election returns. Whether this alarm was well founded will never be known, but it showed the deep-seated distrust of the people in the owner of the Davis & Brad8haw, successors to Dr. B. H. Lewis, take pleasure in notifying the citizens of Raleigh that they are at all times in a position to supply them with the choicest Separated Cream, in quantities from a quart to Ten Gallons, delivered on the Shortest Notice. They also make a spe cialty 01 supplying tne cream lor uanquets, resuvais, uaus, &c. meir nnest liilt- Edge Bntter is delivered weekly hy their wagon, or can be had at any time from liar- um oc rescnu, wno receive a iuii suppr fresh from the Dairy, three times a wee! They call attention to the lact that the only machines in the county for the separation of Sweet Uream ifom thetresnmuk is in oper ation at their Dairy. Their Butter takes the very highest rank in the market, having ODtamea the Jtirst Jfremium 101 several years at the State Fair. FRESH MILK IN QUANTITY BY SPECIAL ORDER. Telephone No. 118. Orders left at HARDIN & PESCUD Will receive prompt attention. iuay7wed thur fri-3t 20 50 40 40 5 10 25 50 lb tickets u 100 500 1000 " 2000 for shipping lbs tc $1.00 95cts $ 4 50 8.00 15.00 per 100 Packed pounds. Special rates on large lots. Not less than two tons can be shipped unpacked. -TERMS CASH. JONES & POWELL. Agents Raleigh Tee Factory. MIMMOI THIS IS YOUR WOOLLENS, consisting of first-class Diagonals, Corkscrews, English and French Silk, Tibet Granite Cloths, Blonny and Irish Tweeds, Vienna and Australian Woollens, in rough and smooth face goods. Piioes have been piit lower than ever before for same quality of goods. G. N. WALTERS, 234 Fayetteviile St., RALEIGH, mchl9-lstJune N. C. NOTHING LIKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful med icine, is because it has never failed in anv in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man sj stem. Ihe scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Messrs. WOOD & PARK, Being first-class practical nifin tlem&lvtb i a suthcient guarantee. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. mhn-ly 101 West St., Raleigh, N. U. LADIES ! Are you ready for genuine Bargains in MILLINERY! CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND KHM'2 WMl mn Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a simple case of Malaria Fever or a combination of diseases, we cure them all at the game time, as we treat all dis eases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bron chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver Disease, Chills and Fever, Fe male Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fact, every Disease known to the Human System. T. r.T . r . . the ,eS80n never ia to Uow one ! ""f rMt- .,e t"th ab0"t " man to ha it in hi power to defeat drt heteianoatjr ra the country that the wi o tne the U el governed, and every few years telegraph company could have held back wni iug uiuuicui tu-uay is mumciDai LIS government. Usually there is a great investigation and a change every few yean, and then the government relapses into corruption and criminal careless ness. Even in small cities it is often difficult to get the best men to take an is to prevent such power being enjoyed by any man that many advocate a government tele graph. Again: Suppose that the President of the United States found it necessary to send a telegram upon important official Manufacturers and WHOLESALE and IlETAIUDEALERS OPPORTUNITY. Japanese and CMna Silks. RALEIGH, N. C. Vtncinaoo Vof Wall Cfmat on Tiir il.-wrw -r active interest in honest and clean gov- onahl nnt f ft nnvr ft. nf .. Arnmont nA th hicroir tha nif I ,t. , be done? It cannot be done. gieaiur is uu tuiuouuy. iu omy rem edy is to be found in the active partici pation in public matters by the best men, and a willingness to stand up against corruption and ignorant rule wherever found. can The se crets of the government cannot be trans mitted by telegraph. The government itself is in the hands of the telegraph company, as well as the election returns which make the officers of the govern ment. This is a dangerous power to lodge anywhere, and it ought to be re- Commencing MONDAY, APRIL 28. We will run delivery for the con venience of private families. apr25-tf Tnnti is to be a short debate on the Tariff, and the programme is to rush it called and exercised by the government. through and have it in operation by a htiR?t aw Tn1. 1t Tint i .L. rr l A latj 1jA. . it will have to run the gauntlet of the Senate, and if Ma. Allison doesn't back down from his position many amend ments will be tacked on it. There is really no need for discussion of the bill. Tt ht. hesn rotten up for special inter- eats, and that can ana win do esiaoiiah- fj0,atrwi , f . S ii. f Mr. Carlisle and Mr. telegraph, telepho: NOTIC! Having qualified as the executor of the last TnllandtesUinentofMrs. S.J. Hunter, late ot Wake county, this is to nntifVoii having claims against her estate to present !lte t,F,e8tI1"?. N- C, on or before ncMiMu.vw may. ioai, or this notice will Our sales last week were enormous, hut thia week we present almost unbroken ranks. We are more than anxious to reduce our Large Stock, and in order to do so quickly, we will oner ior ima wets SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS IN PRINTEDand F1GUREDSILKS For Street Dressea, Tea Gowns. WrarmrH Ac, never known to be so nodular .- .- A i HIJ season. FRESH STOCK, NEW STYLES. Remember the Special Priff mi Frinted Silks and Vah NHL' ATA t'Ar tl.io week only. OTHER NEW SILKS. Our prices are the Lowest and onpsw.t. mentoue of the Larerest and Pin-t ,n :.. coantrv. Samples sent on application. McKlMMON, MoeELKY &, McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteviile St., Raleigh, N. C. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark (eame as above) appears on each jug. vej Kin?rdSLb0k "History of the Microbe iier, given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. And if no, come to us and vonr wants thai! be gratified. We have anything and ovu -thmg that is kept iu a lust-class JlilliiKlv Establishment, and Inning as we do for nuut cash, and hebidea havm very light rnniiii -busmes-s expense we are enabled to offer vou greater liiducements than our competitors! WE'LL QUOTE A FEW ITEMS: Black and colored Shade Hat at 20c, no old stock but purchased this season A better line of Hats at 25c, 35c, iOc. 5'v 7oc, ana npwards No. 16 Fancy Gauze Ribbon at oulv 10c. can not be duplicated elsewhere lor less than 20 per yard. Flowers, Tips, Crepes, Ac , corresponding! v w yue.p .nu m iact we are veiling our cood at lrom20 to p per cent, cheaper thi7 am house in the city. i.SSfl10?."068 are ma,3 to k l young ladies attending the different school. Come to see us. New York Millinery Bazaar No. 211 Fayetteviile Street. With All the Latest Improvements I The HiOHESTrAcniEVEMEXT of Invest ive And MEcnANicAii Skill ! i FOR FIFTEEN YEARS THE STANDARD! William Easdale, Dealer, Jno. B. Culpzppeb, Richmond, Va Kaleiou, N. C. mercantile, railroad, surface, street, electric and elevated railway (except steam surface railroads,) steamboat, A -1 1 A -1 1 . ... ed by Ite. Hills, Me. Oaelisli and Mb. SPa wiepnone ana municipal cor 7nJoN in th9 two days allotted to the poration and every incorporated express pecsocrfct. I press company and water company shall The New York legislature has passed a bill that declares that every manufac- ieXd inVa'r of Jtheir rV'l, turing, mining or quarrying, lumbering, fief 'm Pi ke im- THE VICTOR TYPE-WRITER apr30-6w JOHN B. DUNN, Executor. Lt You Wajtt to Buy a- ITTriTl nrrra . xiiuji ourr UJ- ULOTHES CHEAP I Call Ok v. w. u. HARMS, on Wilmington street. Has eichty characters. Excels in quality of work. Very simple, easv to learn The best Type-writer for the money. Price $15.00 Only. Bample of actual work sent on application WILLIAM EASDALE, Dealer Balsigh, N.'o, The Spiale Life Assurance Society STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, Office of Secretary of State, Insurance Department, Raleigh, N. c, April 15, 1890. The Equitable Life Assurance Society having filed in this office an appointment of James South-ate a rwVi T riir.ot th state, under the seal of the Company and having heretofore, to-wit: on the 15th ?npnl,J8!y paid int0 ihls fifty dollars, the License Fee required by tiel tion fourteen of "An act to consolidaS ! U,rTanc?Lawa of Nrth CaroUnt" ratified March 7th, 683, License is herebv granted to the said company to do insur aS bsme8 in this State until April 1st 1801, subject to the provisions ofsaid Act. W. L. SAUNDERS, W. P. BATCHKWBLS?arT f State' JW BUSINESS IN 1889 $175,264,100. (The largest of any other Company in the world.) Outstanding Assurance, (The largest of an other company in the Supsfus on T hand Decem ber 31, 80 o Q, M. Issues all nocirovu 'i lorms ol Insur- TO THE CITIZENS OF RALEIGH! Having had nineteen years exrrh.nr ,. of felp1Vbtheat,r0n,aSeof the citizen. of Raleigh Work done promptly and the best material. My place of bu-i-aer Winetrob's tailoring pStfiw;ai, ' , Reapectfully, CHARLE3 F. LUMSDEN. I A. JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., JAMES McKLMMON & CO., 133 Favetteville Stbket axd 5 IIakgktt a BUY THE BEST- BUY THE BEST- We Have Juat Eeceived a Fall Line of Peteb UvJSDZTwSON'S GARDEN SEED . GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES ONION SETS Everything Pertairing to the Gardea- CO.-CO.- - JAMES -JA2LES v 'd-: MoKIMMON & MoKIMMON & House.