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STATE CHRONICLE, SUNDAY, MAY 25, i8Uu.
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Editor. er, "to ghow the need of work there, ; tie Eorth Georgia Baptist Association ; passed a resolution advising the hang- j ing of revenue officers wherever found ' among "the mountains in search of stills or moonshine whiskey.'" Not Missiona ry Baptists, but "Hardshell Baptists" were ailnded to by the speaker in the . connection here given. Of course the regular Baptist church was not referred , to at all in the foregoing. THE CHAIR OF HISTORY. South, upon the TYinperaretf li is -,i v:rv strong );:ver able, comprehensive and vigorous It covers the question and is the best argu ment fcr Prohibition we have read. The report is as follows: To the Bishops and Brethren of the Conference H. E. Church General South. Ycur Committee on Temperance beg leave to submit this report, which is in tended to cover matters cf a more gen eral character than those treiid. of in former report licensing the liquor traffic. Surely, as Christian men, toey can do no les?. And yet we quote the words of one brother, re.Srmed by many : "Beyond doubt, if .,Vi tie eh arch members would only do their duty we would carry our fctate for prohibition every time." Oh, that our people would realize that the measure of their responsibility is net merely the : good or evil accomplished or prevented tv them, but the good they might do and the evil they might prevent if all their powers were consecrated to the ' service of Christ. 4. The testimony was uniform and un varying as to the fidelity of our preach ers to the cause of temperance. They do not alwavs, like that greatest preach er of them all, when having but asmgle SUNDAY, MAY 2", IT IS NOT RKiHT. At a meeting in the interest of home tti.-sious last tight Ke H. K. Walter, .f Georgia, said he had become a con ert to borne minions. The .-peakers ork had been partly in North Carolina, west cf Asheville, among "Hardsell Baptists," "who," paid he, "nuke splen did 1'reabyteriaDs, and there arj so many f them that it i an inviting tieid. It may pee m strange to wih to pioseiyt.' them, but," said the speaker, "to shyw the need of work there, the North Caro lina Baptists' As-ociatiou passed a rcso lution advising the haLging of revenue fjllicers wherever found amon the moun tains in iearch of stills of nioon.hine whisker." Extract from account ia the N. Y. Herald of a debate in the General Assembly of the ioutnerQ Ie?byterian church at Asbevilie. This is a sample of the kind of so called wit and unsupported KatemeEt that we see every few weeks in one fehape or another. Only m-eutly some corres pondent published that a convention of "Hardehell Baptist" preachers., in Wa tauga county formally predicted that the world would come to an end in a few weeks, and that it had occasioned For the urst time Temperance cf the G is made a standing committee, and is constituted, in common with the other standing committees, of one member from each annual Conference, thus en abling its Chairman and members to ob tain information from all parts of the field as to all matters properly within the cognizance of such a committee. The advantages of a committee thus composed over a special committee are apparent. A wider view of the work is thus obtained, of its needs and of its points of vantage, then can be secured by a special committee, and the oppor tunity thus afforded of comparing expe riences and of interchanging views upon the subject under consideration will be found of interest and of lasting bme ilr. We have er.deavored, in a soit cf "temperance experience meeting,"' to elicit information from ail tte States, and, so far as practicable, from all the conferences, u;m everything relating to the subject of temperance, bat more es i pecially upon the f.ttiiu.Je o: our church, ' and of its members, toward the use of intoxicating beverages, their manufac ture aud sale, their license or prohibi tion. We hrve even extended the in quhy to the character of the laws upen the subject in the diffeiect States repre sented, their various decrees of effici ency, the causfs that operate to secure t or impede their efiectual working, ana the past taken by our church members in securiDg the parage aid euf'JrC'.nent of such laws .- i v, p ( Tii k r u nil in - i j t 1 1 great excitement and alarm throughout chair, lucre are p.enty ot gooa men ibig y a wide section of country. Investigation wouia nu h worinn. iiwmm ,jle i0 f orEEl at ioti at our first meeting, and rrovcd that the statement was a lie out a mends ot the c Diversity nave ueen systematically preserved a briet synop- of the whole cloth. No preacher or con- very nugaruiy in meir support, ' i'3 ' 7, mention had made any such prediction, bave not been one-third so laberal and And uow Rf.v. II. K. Walter, of generous as nave toe menu ana graau- . numeIoas resolutions that have been re Georgia, declares that "the N. U. Bap- ales of the Colleges in the State. They ftrred to us. We mike record of the ,..'..:..:.. ,.i; n. must Dat their hands in their pocket , fact for the benefit cf future commit- vising the hanging of Revenue officers aQ(1 helP the University if they wherever found among the mountains in expect it to go forward and ac search cf stills of moonshine whUkey." coraplish the work for which it was or The Chronicle generally keeps posted ganized, and b2 worthy of its glorious upon the declarations and resolutions of Pa3t- any ot ine ncaesl men m ine oiaie areoi ixie aiuuiui vi me Luitisn). Let them take out their check books, and at the coming commencement pre sent a thank offering to their old Alma Mater. .1 & A T '11 i erous, me poorer oi ice aiumui win ie- . buicU. Wo ttraud out sfjuarely and be 8 pond, and we will not only establish a j fore the whole world, ceriainly'iu theo- Chair of History but other chairs ;iS rv, and for the most part in practice, well. We must have the Chair of History. There must be a Chair of History es tablished at the University. Oar corre spondent was in error in stating that Dr. Battle would resign the Presidency , of the University and accept that chair. He has no such intention. The committee appointed at the last commencement to provide fcr the chair is composed of. true sons ot the Uni versity. They will do all they can. There are four plans proposed for secur- icg the chair: i 1. For the Alumni of the University ; to contribute 23,000 which will secure it. 2. For friends of education in North Carolina to contribute that amount. 3. For friends of education in otner States to donate that amount m response to personal and private appeals. 4. For the State to give aid, if there should be any deficit, after a faithful effort in the first two methods suggested and a fair presentation to a few gen erous persons out of the State who may desare to aid such an enterprise. The first and second are the best plans. The Alumni and friend of the Univer sity ought to rally arcund the grand old institution and raise a fund before the Commencement suflicient to establish the opportunity to preach the txospei to me the Committe on same audience, place the theme of j'tem- encral Conference prance Del ween "ngnteousneas auu NO IJSK TO UO i TO THE lees. the va- religious assemblies in the State. We do not believe that any such resolution was pas ed, or was even considered . No doubt Mr. Walter was told that it had passed, and mereiy reptated what he had heard. But he had uo right to make such a statement unless he knew it it to bo true. It is his duty to give to the public a copy of the resolution estab lishing his charge or retract the state ment, which reflects upon tbe church to which he alluded so disrespectfully. The editor of the State Chronicle is oot a Primitive Baptist but he has lived among them all his life. He knows that while many of them are illiterate, (as are also many Methodists and Missionary Baptists, somo Presbyterians and others) never having enjoyed the advantages of education, there are as good and true and We may state in a general way results of our gleanings from tht; ricus fields, as follows: 1. We are convinced that if any more advanced position is po.-sible for any church (any position we mean that conns within the province cf a church) than the one which the Methodist Epis copal Chutch, South, occupies to day upou the qn-: st ions of temperance, our If the wealthy ones will be gen- . i a e u. ti,a "m, foment to come, ana reason till the very throne of evil trembles at the pDwer'of truth. Yet in the vast majority of cases the preachers of our Church recognize Gospel temperance as the legitimate theme for the Christian pulpit," and fulmiuate the decrees of God aiiainst the use of intoxicants with an earnestness and eloquence born of sincere conviction. In the words of one of our Bishops: "If to preach the doctrice of temper ance and to preach against the open saloon as the source of most of our social, industrial and moral evils, and there fore the gieatest enemy of the Christian religion and of the Church of God, is to be a 'politic.il partisan,' ycu may pub lish me as one not only in your prayers, but on the house-tcp-: and by me stand over 8000 Methodist preachers, not a dczan cf whom would refuse to vote for a measure to prohibit the matchless evil of tne age. 5. The testimony was unvarying as to the valuable work of the National Wo man's Christian Temperonce Union in the cause of temperance. "Why," said one brother, "we have pretty much given over the temperance work to the women since we got beat in our State. They were beat, too, but they i.ever could find it out as we men could." God bless those noble women in iheir noble work! They bend beneath the sorm of adversity only to rise again in the might of God's Eternal Truth the stronger for the time thus spent upon their knees. They are our wives, our mothers, our daughters and cur sisters, and every thought of our hearts for them is love. Finally, permit us to close this report with the words of Bishop Galloway: "The cause is moving on and will triumph. The world can scarcely pre sent a parallel to the majestic speed of its march. The peopie have decreed it the saloons must go. If not to-day, to-morrow. It is a question of con science, of principle, or duty to God and the brotherhood of man.' White Mountain WHEN YOU CAN HAVK TI1K WHITE MOUNTAIN Ice Cream Fteezer COME TO YOt It ia tne Leading Ice Cream Freezer ot the countr.-. Has been sold in this market for years and has given per-fect'satisfaction. Improvements have been made, and we have the Latest Improved TRIPLE MOTION FREEZER. THOMAS H. BRIGGS Ac SONS Raleigh, N. C. I ICE J For the City and Country- (:o:j . UK ICE WAGONS WILL up ready to start Dext Momlav if the weather Le warm. Perseus who wish ice at their residences or laces of business will please notify us 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: ST HEAR ASHEY1LLE 20 5 50 10 40 25 40 50 lb tickets t 100 500 1000 2000 lbs Packed for shipping f 1 .00 pounds. Special rates on large lots. Not less than two tons can b unpacked. TERMS ' 4 5. CO 15 00 !! lu'.i tl. --'i JONES & POWELL Agents Raleigh ice F ctorv. :0: One Hundred and Four IN THE CENTER- PR E fTY F URX J T URR MAKES COSY HOMEi ! COSY iiOnVLSS- MAKE HAPPY PI-OPUS!.- A-N1J -OF- CONGKESSIONAL IIIJMOJl. On the last day of the tariff debate, Mr. Allkn, of Mississippi, the wittiest man in the ilouse, dropped into poetry, and in a verse dedicated to infant indus tries, recited: Rock a-bje baby, you are on top. When the fat fries the cradle will rock; When the fat stops the cradle will fall, And down comes protection, cradle and ill 1 worthy Christians in that denomination Rock-a-bve, rock-a-bye, never you fear; as among any of the sects. It is not funny or laughable to ridicule any peo ple who, with the lights before them, are fceekiog to worship God after the dictates of their conscience. It is not right to call them "Hard Shells" or ap ply other epithets to them. Above all uocK-a-nye, roe-K a-oye, tne u. u. 1 is here. Mn. Mason, of Illinois, replied to the remarks of Mn. Allen, in the same vein. After ridiculing Mr. Allen's preten tions as a singer, he himself dropped into poetry and exclaimed, in view of the change of the political complexion ?i s. 1 1 1 m ll 18 not ino Kiou oi Lnnstianity toai 0f tno House: Should actuato us in this age to hold any j0hn Bull, he ran your White Ilouse, set of men aud women up to ridicule, or The whole party runs the bar; ' T .MH Ksirb vi 1 1 a. Vv &at hu lotto" vrAto to misrepresent them in a religious as- And, damn it, there you are. aembly. It is true that many of the Primitive Baptists are uneducated, aud many of their churches are without regular ser vices. But there arc some who are well educated, and as a denomination they are becoming more interested in educa tion every year. We know that this is true in Eastern biorth Carolina, where the denomination boasts such educa tors as Prok. Sylvester Hassell, A. M., a graduate of the State University, and who deserves to have the 'degreo oi D. D. and LL. D.; Prof. D. G. Gillespie, Principal of Tarboro Female Seminary; and Prof. Silas E. Warren, Principal of Wilson Collegiate lnstute, and oth ers. Among the preachers of tbe de nomination in tho East we may mention Elder P. D. Gold, a graduate of Wake Forest, an able editor and preacher; Kddkr James S. Woodard, a graduate of a New York college, who, when a lawyer, represented Wilson in the Sen ate, and who has broad culture; Elder Wm. Woodard, one of the clearest, most most earnest, useful and consecrated ministers in tho State, and others. These men are seeking 'to educate their de nomination, and in not a few localities are succeeding. The Rev. Mr. Walter has a perfect right to preach the gospel to every crea ture, and he ought to do so. But the spirit that actuated John A. Andrew must bo in him if he is to do good. Governor Andrew said: 4,1 know not what record there is against me in the other world, but I do know this, that I never despisod a mau because he was poor, or because he was ignorant, or i.e canse ho was black." Since the above was in type we have received the AshevilU Citizen which contains the following: In reporting Rev. H. K. Walter's re marks in yesterday's Citizen, an injus tice was done him in representing him Several days before, Yiaj. McClammy, of North Carolina, made an extended humorous speech which was liberally applauded and which elicited much laughter. WHAT CARE I ? nv OEOROE wither. "Shall I, wasting in despair, Die because a w oman's fair ? Or make pale my cheeks with care, 'Cause another's rosy are ? Be she fairer than the clay, Or the flowery meads in IMay, If she be not so to me, What care I how fair she be ? "Shall my foolish heart be pin'd 'Cause I see a woman kind ? Or a well-disposed nature Joined with a lovely feature Be she meeker, kinder, than The turtle-dove or pelican, If she be not so to me, What care I how kind she De ? "Great, or good, or kind, or fair, I shall ne'er the more despair: If she love me, this believe, I would die ere she should grieve. If she slight me when I woo, I can scorn and let her go; If she be not tit for me, What care I for whom she be ?" DU. BATTLE Will Not Kesisn the Presidency ol the University. Special to State Chronicle.1 CHAPEii Hill, N. C, May 23. On my return from assisting in the organization of branches of the Western North Car olina Alumni Association at Winston and High Point, I find our speculations as to my resigning the Presidency of the University and being a candidate for the Chair of History soon, we hope, to bd established. I write hastily to say that I have no such intention at'present, and may never have. Let us unite in raising tho endowment for the Chair. After that is done there will be time enough to lcok for the best man to fill it. Yours truly, Kemp P. Battle. It was a correspondent of the Chron icle wno wrote that Dr. Battle con templated resigning and accepting the Chair of History; not an original ar ticle. Editor. for tbe complete suppression of the li quor traffic. We cii'er no compromise to and seek no terms Irom a sin of this heinous cpuality. "We are opposed to all forms of iiceuse of this iniquity, wheth er the same be "high"' or "iow." It can not be put so "high" that the prayers of God!s people for its suppression will not rise above it, nor so "iow," though it makes its bed ia he!!, thu the shrieks of the souls lost through its accused agency will not descend beneath it. Kanavaioua, tha Queen of Madagas car, when converted to Christianity, in this very year that the State of Massa chusetts took half a million dollars reve nue for strong drink, wrote in her proc- lamation: "i cannot consent, as your Queen to derive any revenue from that which destroys the souls and bodies of my subjects. The Emperor of China, though but a ! boy ot 19 years of age, whea urged to derive a revenue from the trade in opium, already forced upon his people by Christian (!) Kualand. indie-nantlv replied: 1 It is true, I camiot prevent the introduction of the fatal poison; j gain-decking and corrupt men will, for j profit and sensuality, defeat my wishes; I but nothing will induce me to "derive a ! revenue from the vice and misery of my ! people." Our people, we believe, are ready to i take a stand as far advanced, at least, as that occupied by these heathens to ; whom our missionaries are sent, j Upon this question, only about two : years ago, Bishop McTyeire said in the j Texas Christian Advocate: ''The whiskey power must be put under or it will put ; us under. The battle is begun aud there j i3 no retreat or parley, and submission ! is intolerable. More than ever I am for ! the final and extreme measure of prohi j tiou since witnessing the developments j of the whisky power in the struggle for ; life. All its malignity comes out. It stanl-s exposed and without disguise." These words of our dead father in Israel come back to us like a voice from the spirit land loud and clear as a tocsin struck at midnight, and the Church of God takes up his battle-cry, "The whisVov nnippr mnsf. Via r.nt nn,in. :t I will put us under;" and through the I mists and shadows that envelop the tomb I of Him whose memory we revere we seem to hear his voice: "See to it, O my peo ! pie, that the Chutch of God strike not its colors in this war of souls." 2 The form of inquiry mirsued bv ns developed the gratifying fact that in most sections there is very little drink ing among our membership. Our brother from the Indian Territory told us that when an Indian church member takes a drink he calls it "join ing out;" and when the preacher opens the doors of the church again and he joins again he calls it "joining in." Would to God that all our memb-rs had as clearly defined ideas of the fitness of things. In contrast to this, however, one broth er mentioned the case where the Gov ernor had removed from office a county officer for drunkenness; and the man thus removed is still undisturbed in his church membership. We trust this case is very exceptional. Our people in this struggle can not b3 weighted down with drunkards or with moderate driakers. They are not of us but of the enemy' and this fact should be distinctly recog nized. We owe them nothing except our prayers. 3. We are able to state from the inves tigation made, that, for the most part, our church membsrs throw the full weight of their influence as voters against DRESS GOODS In the Main Stock. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENTS. THE CITY ! Fronting on Streets Supplied with WATER, GAS, SEWEB, Electric Lights, ETC., ETC. A.0. RHODES & COMPANY Are making people happy everv dav bv u, liberal teims thev offer on kinds ot FUKNITCliE! Fancy Chairs! Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything!" Chamber Suits, complete, ia great vhih Broken Suits provided it desired. We will accommodate you and please vuu you will let us, We Lave too i.: i'iv t)iih. to talk about. Come and svr dam : It will be like going ;o a lair. A. G. RHODES & CO., No. d E. yiartin St. No. 10 Exchan&o Place. NOTICE i We have assorted, from the general stocks ot Dresd Goods, viiiiona lines of plain and fancy pmt and tuiuugs and marked them at prices that mate them DECIDED BARGAINS. Pattern Dresses, Cheviots, Chaliies, Serges, Jlohairs, Dress Veilings And other Popular Fabrics are included in these reduced lines. In the Bargain Stock. We shall oiler this week a great assortment of special drives in CHINA At 30 Cents. SILK WARP DRESS GOODS, At 1 0 Cents. SURAH SILKS, At S2K Cents. GliOS FAILLES, AtS2K Cents. W. H. & It. S. TUCKER & CO., TiALEIGH, N. C. Mil, im i m GREAT SALE OF LADIES' MUSUN UNDERWEAR. To close out our entire stock of 31 u si in Underwear, we will offer at a sacrifne, this week, 35,000 Garments. DRESSING SACQUES Marked regardless oi cost. These goods are ot tsupe nor make and finish. Fit Guaranteed. CORSET COVERS. . , We call your special attention to the various styles in Corset Covers. They are made from fine Cambric or Jlnslin, perfect in shade and haisu, and sold at prices to satify all. MORE THAN HALF OF ALE THE VACANT LOTS WITHIN THE Five Districts OF THE CITY. ScRTii CAU LtNA, Wake County, j I5( for-Clerk h-perio-r Coi.i t est Work and X&teri&l Emntgei We warrant everv C.armpnt madfi tcith lock-stitch machined and only the bet sew- iug uireau usea. ."Ugrii downs, Chemises, Drawers, oiviris, i;orsei Covers, Infants' Dresses and Slips, At just about one-halt what they are worth LADIES ONLY IX ATTENDANCE AT TlilS COUNTER. Beaded Capes and Shoulder Wraps. If you want one of tiem, come and make an offer for the one you like. McKlilMON, MOSELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayetteyille St., Raleigh, N. C. TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION June 2d, 3d and 4th, 1890. ONE-FOURTH CASH BAiANCE ON EASY TERMS. Apply to RICHMOND PEARSON. mav25-7t otice is hereby given that I have t!u d.u issued letters declaring J. M. lhv.uh . N. Jones aud J. N. Holding and tueu iir-.-.-eiates and puecerssoj s, a corporation tor pui p.-sea feet lotrth in the article ut incorpora tion riled a:i i recorded in t!:i -Sice, with all the privileg-s couf rred up u corporation nr. :crehap lGofttieCde oforth Caroihu and the laws amendatorv thereof. The .-nb stance ot said articles is that the said p.u ti. desire to become ineoiporated under th name and style ol "The Raleigh Real lu:. Company," and the business proposed to i -done by said company is the Hiving, selling renting, leasing, holding and improving n ;.. estate and negotia. ing loans on real and per sonal property, the buying, selling, ruiM.: and leasing real estate on commis-ions tl taking, holding, purchasing and selling op tions on real estate-, the collection of f. n'-. notea, accounts aud other evidences of indel. edness, the placing of insurance on prop 1 ?v on commissions, and such other acts as m.'v be necessary to effectuate the purposes nu merated. The place of business of haid cor poration is Raleigh, N. C., and the durat;. thirty years. The capital stock ot said co) poration is three thousand dollars, dn id J into thirty shares of one hundred dollars .ah with privilege to increase the capital .t- k : iwu uunarea tnousand dollars. The st h k holders ot said corporation are not indii 1 ually liable for the debtd of the phto CHAS. L. UFCHURCII. Clerk Superior court Wake countv. April 2G, l'j'X). JAMES McKUIMON & CO., JAMES MoKIMMOX & CO., 133 Fayetteville Ktbeet ad 5 Haroktt r Stop at Hotel Merriam ! At Depot. Largst in City. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. Steamers and Cars leave the Hotel everv dav J. E. MEllRIAM, Proprietor, " WASTTIXOTOy, N.C. J Solicit the Pateokage of the LADLES in Dress-making and Plain Sewing at mv Residence 120 Halifax Street, Raleigh, N. C. Respectfully 4-1-eod-lm MRS. IDA MOHE1S. KING'S ROYAL GERMETEUR Is the remedy for you to use, for it ia one of the best ever offered. If vou are troubled wit Rheumatism, Catarrh, "Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, Nervous Headache, Liver and Kid ney troubles, skin disease or any blood dis ease, go at once and get a bottle of "Royal Germeteur; " use according to directions and it will cure vou. Thousands are using this medicine and all recommend it. Sales have increased a hundred per tent, in Raleigh in ?,?iPaat daya- Nearly fo hundred gallons sold here in the past sixty navs- sev entv-tive gallons sold in the last tIrljL Give K. U. G. a fair trial and you will be sefwhltTw rC8nv.lt3C Send 'or "roulara and alout it haVe tried Germeteur say Dealers handling or desiring to handle this A. E. JORDAN, Agt. Dr. King's Eoyal Germeteur, Paleigh, N. C. 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