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STATE GHfittBIGLE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9.
iU .I'LAT FORMS OF THE TWO PARTIES CONTRASTED, U R fERRALL & Ci JOCHATIC STATIC PLATJOKM REPUBLICAN STATE PLATFORM 222 Fayetteville Street. ::e3oi.vei, That the Democracy of i;crth Carolina reauirra the platform tnd principled of the Item icratic; party, both state and national, ami particularly favor the tree coinage of silver and an increase; or tho cunvney, anJ the repeal of the internal revmuo hystcm. And wo denounce thy MdCiidey tariff bill a uniast to the consumers of the country, ...i,, f tho trus's, combiner and monnpoli. h;e!i have oppressed tho pooi)!e; and especially do vo de nounce lh unnecessary and burdcu soma tax on cotton ties, and on tin, so largely tu-ed by the poorer portion of the people. . . Ve likewise denounco tho iniquitous Lo! :e fone bill, whose purpo .e is rees tablish a veood period of n ! struriti on ia"tbo i-i '.horn States, to subvert the lib.-.; th ot cur VM''4 aK i inlbrne.new rco antM'4')ni--tii and sectional uniuiosi tit. And ,-c denounce the tyrannical Adieu of speaker tieed find :U rihcttore who have cb:i-:c;ed the Federal House of Kepreri'iitative-s from : deliberative body into n m.u-hitv.' to register tho will of a few pnr'i. ta leaders. Kespww, That wo demr.nd financial Tcform, aid the enaciraent of laws that remove ' !i- bur-letii of the pf;.e.le, re lieve ke -iM' -z auticulniral tlecs,,! a'.on ami d' full an J ample ju-t:ce to the farmer a .d laborers of our country. ' Rf.su1.vki), That the Democracy of North Carolina take a just pride in the able ami patriotic course of their Sena tors and Kepresonatives in Congress touching the irreat public questions, that Lave been before thetn for action, and especially do wo appreciate tho great ability nud zoal of Senator Vance in the protrae'ed conte&ton tin; tariff question which reiLet honor and credit alike on him and on tho State of North Carolina a'ul we cordiailv commend his re-election to the United .States Senate by the next (k'ii( ral A st-mbly of North Caro lina, and we coinmeii i the wise and sat isfactory administration oi our State of ficers. VWiiF.nr.AS the education of the people 1a essential not only to individual hap piness and prosperity but also to the maintenance or civil ana religious nu crty, The committee on resolutions reported the following platform which was adop ted. We, the Republicans of North Carolina, in Convention Assembled, do Hereby Resolve: 1st. That ve herebv renew our faith STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. -WE ABE RECEIVING- and allegiance to t he Republican party, n-.ffi.rn f ho the party as FINE N. C. MULLETS tAprcrS :tl 111 lUC piti iuiuj u L iuuU auu Resolved, That tho next General As- Bcmbly ef North Caroliuais requested to increase the fund for the maintenance of Public Schools. Resolved Further, that wo favor the abolition of National banks, and the substitution of lcal tender Treasury notes in lien of National bank notes, issued in fcutticient volumo to do the busi ness of the country on a cash system, reg ulating the amount needed on a per cap ita biM as tho business interests of the country expands, aud that all money iasued by the government shall bo legal tender in payment of all debts, both public aud private. That we favor that Congress shall pass ,snch laws as shall effectually prevent 7-th iJ'-aiin;: in futures of all agricultural ' and Mechanical productions, preserving ; etrine.'it system of procedure in trials .;.Mfhnti aociire tno prompt convicuon, and imuxsjn Kiich penalties as shall se .cure the most perfect compliance with the lav:. ' That we favor tho free aud unlimited roiume of silver. That we favor the passage of law pro-1 liib'.tm tno alien ownership ot land, ana that Congress take early steps to devise some plan to obtain all lands low owned by alien and foreign syndicates, and thai all lands now held by railroads and other corporations, in excess of such as ia actually used and needed by them, be roclatmcd by the government and held ,for actual settlers now. Relieving in the doctrine of "equal Tights to all, and special privileges to none' we demand that taxation, Na tlo; . i .vr.d Stafe, shall not bo us-id to bui' Jp one interest or clu.-s at thu ex Den . of another. We believe that the monej finn :;:s cordially endorse the administration of . . a V 1 J President iiaiiison as wise, jusi ana pa triotic. 2. We deplore the action of the Sen ate in failing to pass the Blair educa tional bill and earnestly urge upon our representatives in Congress to secure the passage 01 some sucn Din as win give the necessary aid to our public schools, and thereby enable the yoor children of our State to become educated. 3. We denounce the Democratic party for tho passage of the election law in the legislature of 1SS9, which.wns so formed and so intended as to enable corrupt pol iticians to defeat by fraud and trickery the honest will of the people and there by nullifying that section of the State constitution which says: 4,A11 elections oucht to be free." 5. We renew our demands for the re- pavJ rU,"Jii;'t'litftU34r,iinit.y Govern ment System and maintain tnat tne same is in gross violation of Sec. 2, Art. of the Constitution which declares That all political power is vested in and derived from the people; all government oE right originates from the people, is founded upon their will only, and is in stituted solley for the good of the whole. G. That we sympathize with the farm ers in their efforts to throw off the des potic yoke of bourbon tyranny which has so long kept them in political servitude as "hewers of wood and drawers of wa ter1' for the aristocratic and autocratic leaders of the Democratic party. 7. That we demand that our elections Khali be free, that all citizens, eligible to vote under our National and State, constitution shall have the right to vote a3 they seo fit, their ballots counted as cast aud a true return thereof made, and while wo prefer that the election of all officers should be had under one and the same law and yet we recognize the fact that the Democratic party has instituted a system of fraud through the medium of their State laws, to defeat the voice of tho people in tho selection of their representatives in Congress, and tnere fore endorse such legislation as may be enacted by Congress as will secure a free vote, fair count and honest return, and thereby the prompt seating in Congress of the honestly elected member. 8. That we cordially approve of the policy of reciprocity inaugurated by Secretarv Jas. G. Blaine as the beat In 100-lb. guaranteed packages and offer same to the trade very low. -ARBUCKLE'S Ariosa Coffee, The best of all package coffees, in 30-lb. cases, at iew York prices. The Very Best Quality Fine GRA.NUL VTED SUGAR Just to hand iu half barrels and barrels at bottom prices. Cold Weatheb ConiExcEs, Coat Youb Walls and Ceilixgs With :ALABAST1NE: DE3TKOYS ALL DISEASE GERMS AND BRIGHTENS UP YOUR HOMES. Thousaudsof Pounds Have Been Sold in this Market. IT IS NO EXPERIMENT, BUT HAS BEEN PROVEN TO BE ALU WE CLAIM FOR IT. Send for Circular and Sample Card -of- 8 12 BEAUTIFUL TINTS. mm ff MfRr1 a Raleigh, A N D N. 0. TARBELL'S- Small Sizes. A full and complete line of seasonable goods to suit the times. All goods delivered free. mini mb i mn NEW DEPARTMENT. ICE CELLAR. Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! FULL LINE BEST MAKES. We wish to announce to ull users of ice that we have opened a cellar for its sale under the Henry Building, opposite the Postofice, where our Mr. R. H. Murphey wil! be pleased to give every one fnll value of their money on tickets. This ice is made on large iron plates, then cut into blocks. This process insures absolute Purity, wonderful Transpa rency, great Density and freedom from air bubbles. It is more nearly like natural lake ice than it can be made by any other process, but is much purer and IT. MARYS SGMOOf FRALEIGH rLO ' The Advent Term of the Session of '90 and '91 will begin September 11th. For Catalogue, address july!3-2m THE RECTOR, BENNETT SMEDES, A. M, RALEIGn, X. C. EVERY BOBY WHO WANTS TO SAVE MONEY ON L O T H I N iShonld call on us. WE ARE CLOSING OUT OUR ENTIRE LINE OF AT BONA FIDE COST-NO HUMBUG. A SUPERIOR LINE OF FURNISHING - GOODS, SIIIKTS, COLI ARS, CUFFS and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS. CROSS & LINEHAK Hollcmaii Builtlins, - - 2 10 Fayetteville St. HISTORY I LAW! Entire New Stock LADIES', MISSES', CHILDREN'S, MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS'. MOKE DURABLE, As demonstrated by tests made. Our WHITE-COVERED WAGONS Go wherever wanted in town, both morning and evening. FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED. CAR LOADS VERY LOW RATES. JUST OPENED FINE AND MEDIUM GRADES PHILOSOPHY ! SCIENCE ! I FICTION i WIT I I SCHOOL BOOKS! Sunday-School Books, Gift Books, Juvenile Books, Blank Books. -ANT ORDER PROMPTLY FILLED BY- ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., The North Carolina Book and Stationery Supply House. :o: BOOKS FOR BUSINESS! BOOKS FOR FUN! -:o:- mcans of opening up the markets of the Haild-sewed, Central American States to the farmers, manufacturers and laborers of the United States. ruuu snni tub. Goodyear Welt. McKay and Standard Fastenings. The Crowning Glory of the Many Wonderful Resour ces ol North Carolina. McKlMMON, MOSELEY & McGEE, 129 and 131 Fayettoville St., Raleigh, N. C. JAMES McKlMMON & CO., JAMES MoKIMMON & CO., 133 FAY2TTE7ILLE STREET AND 5 HaSGETT Kl -BUY THE BEST--BUY THE BEST- pooj jroYt oi ihc country should !m kept as :ui fo.i.-iblo in the hand.4 of tho U, ur hence v;c do wand that ah uc, N.Uiosiai, Sitato or C'.untv, sha:l AN UNSURPASSED TONIC, AFPE TiZER AND BLOOD PURIFIER. A SURE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC I)I.RUirOEi, SCROFULA, ECZEMA, Ai-D SOME KIDNEY AND LIVER TROUBLES. We Iliive Just Receive! a Full Line of Peter Henderson's GARDEN SEED GARDEN SEED PURITAN POTATOES- ONION SETS Everything Fortahiing to tho Qarden ba lioiir- '.l to the necessary .expenses of tho ijovoniLKMit economically and hon txtly ndtiiiai.-tored. Ti kt Co.)iv.s is vuo a sufficient amount Of i'iitc'.i::i:il currency to facilitate ex cha::.: through the modium of the United Mates mail. 'PnoM-: 2S D. I. 1G IIaroett St ft I WHOLESALE CIHIES PEOPLE AT OR AWAY PROM TIIK SPItliCiS. HIGHLY ENDORSED BY EMINENT PHYSICIANS. --JAMES - JAMES CO. MoKIMMON & McKlMMON & CO. FRESH FISH- If You Can't Uuy Irom Your Druggist, Atl dress PANACEA SPRINGS CO., Hcptl tf Oxford, N. C. Commission Merchant NOTHING L.IKE SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. ; NOW IN STORK ON CONSIGNMENT: A Iit of Choice North Carolina liucou. O.T n.VRllELS N. C. Cut Herrings (m iuiu 'ill'; uauticji HALF JiAUUELS Choioo N. C Fam ily Roo Herrings. DUS1IELS Nice Largo Onions. J-m BO 50 OA A GALLONS Fare Co Citlcr Vino- gar. Tho reason UADAM'fc MICROBE KILLER ia tho most wondsrful med icine, is because it has never tailed in any in stance, no mattor what the disease, from LEP ROSY to tho simplest disease known to tho hu man sjsteni. The scientific men ol to-tlay claim and prove that every disease is Fresh Fish Dealers Anywhere in North Carolina will find it to their interest to order Irom GEO. N. IVES, M:oreliea.cl, 1ST. O. Having had twenty years' experience in the FISH BUSINESS, I am prepared to furnish the Prompt Shipments. JONES & POWELL, Agents Raleigh Ice Factory. TheKabo corset that brings a woman to perfect form if she only laces it tight enough for it never stretches or breaks its " bones " or rolls up has soft eyelets that do not cut the laces. Soft eyelets are loops of corset lace instead of metal eyelets. If the Kabo corset fails in a year in any part but the steels no way has yet been invented to make unbreakable steels you get your money back from the store where you bought it. You wear the Kabo corset two or three weeks ; and, if not satisfactory, take it back and get your money again. W. H. & R, S. TUCKER & CO. TERRELL & MOSELEY, Commission Merchants, HEAVY AND FANCY GROCERS, 203 Fayetteville St., Raleislil:N.C. SPECIALTIES IK FANCY STATIONERY. COMPLETE BUSINESS OFFICE OUTFITS OF BOOKS, PAPER, INKS, WAX, MUCILAGE, STANDS, ERASERS AND EVERYTHING ELSE. Visiting Cards and Gift and Memento Cards withont limitation as to variety and beauty Complete catalogue free on application. ALFRED WILLIAMS & CO., RALEIGH, N. 0, BUFEALO L1THIA SPRINGS HOTEL, Mecklenburg County, Atlantic & Dan ville Railroad, Virginia. Open June 1st Cold Mineral "Water New buildings, Hot and Baths, Refitting and furnishing generally, Rowling Alley, good Livery, first-class t'ire and service with a rail road running to the Ilotel door, together with the tree uso of this famous water, make this a most pleasant aud desirable place to spend tho summer. A train will make closo con nection with all day trains on tho R. & D. R. If. at Clarksville," and passengers taken without delay to the Springs. Two mails daily. Terms reasonable. Write for pamp let. Dr. F. S. VVheley, resident phvsician. M. L. OGLESBY, jne!7-t Manage5. SWAIN ITO TEL , Bryson City, Swain Co., N. C. A Sew House, with all Modern Improve ments. Centrally located, and is ono of tho best Hotels in Western North Carolina. Headquarters for Tourists aud Sportsmen. Hunting and Fishiug near Bryson City ex cellent. Bess Accommodations for Commercial Trav ellers. GEO. W. BLACKBURN, aug!8-tf Proprietor. STOLEN KISSES is tho name ol anew brand of chewing tobacco for which we are sole agents iv Raleigh. TERRELL & MOSELEY. Store for Kent and Personal Property for Sale. The store recently occupied by L. H. Adams, on Wilniiuton street. Possession eiven at once. Will al.-o rent 3d and -1th floors vi Adams building. I will sell at public auction, on Thursday the llth day of September, 100. at the court bonne m Raleigh, one en:uglo machine and at taehments.now m L. H. Adams' store 011 Wil mington street. Sale made bv virtue of mort gage tavor J. 1. Auams and tne trust iroin L. II. Adams. Will offer for sale at same time one engine and boiler, 15-horse power, in good repair. Terms of sale cash. Time 12 m. W. II. PACE, aurl2-30d Trustee. School Work WILL BE OUR GREAT SFEGIALTY FOR THE IS EXT NINETY DAYS. NEW PRESSES, NEW TYPE FRESH PAPER, AfcD SKILLED "WORKLIEN. jn-Eetiniatea furnished on application. Largest and best equipment in our line in he State. EDWARDS & BROUGUTON, Printers, Binders and Blank Book Manufacturers, Raleigh, N. O. k i k $ k PRE TT Y FURNITURE MAKES COSY HOMES I COSY HEOnVEES MAKE HAPPY PEOPLE ! -AND- MISS MAGGIE BISStZ A. G. RHODES & COMPANY -AT THE- mm mm MULLETS--We received the first ship mentof new mullets yesterday. TERRELL & MOSELEY. MIDSUMMER MILLINERY Are making people happy every day by the liberal teims thev oner on all kinds oi FURNITURE! .1 ft w m TIioso Goods aro First Class, in good condi tion and will bo sold low by tho package. Chic ken, Eggs, Country Butter, Ac. Received and Sold Daily. JMOXS, ORANGES and BANANAS Constantly on Hand. Always on Hand a Full Stock of tho VERx BEST STAPLE, FANCY AND HEAVY GROCERIES. PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. I'rc o and Prompt Delivery. Phono W. D. T. JOHNSON, Ao't. 3sTotioeor Sale. P.v virtue of authority riven in a morteraco .'executed by Burton Mangntu and wife, and recorded iu the Register's oflico of Wako !' county, in Book 100, xrxzo 111. 1 will sell on I Saturday, tho 20th day of September, 1800, at ; l'J o'clock ui, at the court house door of Wako countv, in tho city of Raleigh, the real estato described and convoyed in said mortcafre, tho ; pamo consisting of two lots. Bitnate in Wake Forest township, near Wako Forest College, , adjoiniug the lauds ol the lato J. 8. Purefoy, tnoiato w. u. Kimmoui!, the late W. T. Wal- ters, and Caroline Montague, containing 3 acres, moro or less, and lullv described in uiuu muritfiigu, wincu im , nereoy reicrrca to -5 pan oi vms nonce. Terms oi sale caen. S . . J N. IIOLDINO. ) -iyuias i Mortgagoe. CAUSED BY MICROBES, Address aug29-lw IN BOX LOTS. GEO. N. IVES, Mobehead City, N. C AND- NEW k MUSIC k i PRODUCEWe handle all kinds of country produce on cemmission. Consign ments solicited . TERRELL & MOSELEY. jnel7-tf We will begin now to close out all Children's and Misses- Colored Hats at Half Price. Among the lot are desira ble styles for travelling or rchool. All Fancy Ribbons Ilegardie of Cost. mm '5 1 Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No rr after what tho disease, whother a simple case of Malaria Fever or a combination oi disease s, we cure them all at tho same 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 lorms, and, in fact, every Disease known to the Human System. "Kathleen," new song, by C. A. White, 40 "My Marguerite of Long Ago" by C. A. White, 60 'Madeline" by C. A. White, GO "Thou art all to me," beautiful waltz song by H. T. Smith, author of "If You Love me Darling, Listen to my tale of woe &c." 0 H. T. Smith. 50 "Lilac" Karl Gardner's New Song in "Far- therland," 40 "That ia Love" greatest hit of the season, 40 MAIL ORDERS For the above and for other popular songs quicsiy nlled. j Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade-Mark (same as above) appears on each iucr. ena tor book "History of the Microbe lviiier, given away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. Select Boarding and Day School For Young Ladies and Little Cirls. Hillsboro, - - N. C. The sixty-third term of the Misses Nash and Miss Kollock's school will open Sep tember 4, 1890. Circulars on application. June ia deod-w3m 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSIC- NABE PIANOS, RANICH & BACH PIANOS. I MB ALL PIANOS. I MB ALL ORGANS. MILLER ORGANS. NEEDHAM ORGANS. SOLE AGENTS For the above instruments, bestlgoods and lowest prices. NORTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mg'b, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. CV K THEE CALIGRAPH" TYPE-WRITER. Greatest speed: best for manifolding; 100,- 000 daily users. Price $35.00. Machines rented to responsible parties and sold on installments. Our New Special No. 3 has recently been brought out to meet the demands of those who require the best that can be produced. Price $ 100.00. Mas six additional commercial keys, extra platen lor manifolding and other valuable improvements. For accounts of speed contests and circulars, address NEWMAN & SOJS, Ues'LAG'ts, Washington, D. O. J. L. Seawell, Agt., Raleigh, N. C. junl0-8m Our entire stock of CORSETS, To bo Closed Out at 50 cents; worth from 50 cents to $1.75. Fancy CliairsI Hall Racks! Bookcases! Dressers! Wardrobes! Everything! Chamber Suite, complete, in great variety Broken Suits provided if desired. SOME GOOD STYLES and NUMBERS. PEACE INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C. The 54th year of this old school, its ISth year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, 1890. Professor A. Baumann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South.will continue as Director of Music, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will contin ue to preside over the Art De partment. Every Teacher in the Faculty is a specialist in her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M. A. (University of Virginia) Principal, d-w-tf Raleigh, N. C. We will not carry corsets another season, bo reduce them to mr.ke a clean sweep. Miss Maggie Reese, 203 Fayetteville St. IIENNESA HOUSE, 3Iurphy, N. C. This norsular Hotel has bceu newly fur nished all through and enlarged to rac-tt the demands of increasing patronage, L.d lor me comfort Gf health-seekers. BOARD REASONABLE julyl8-'2m J. II. HENNESA, Prop'r. Stop at Hotel Merriam ! At Depot. Largest in City. BEST ACCOMMODATIONS. Charges Very Moderate. Steamers and Cars leave the Hotel every day. J. E. MElililAM, Proprietor, Wasetxgtos, N. O. We will accommodate you and please you yon will let ns, We have too manv things to talk about. Come and see them 1 It will be like going to a fair. A. G. ERODES & CO., No. 9 E. Martin St. No. 10 Exchange Plaoe. RALEIGH DYE WORKS, D. W. C. Harris, Proprietor. Dying and cleaning and renovation of clothing a specialty. Faet colors guaranteed and wai ranted not to smut. Work done by the latest devices and on the most approved plan. Gloves, curtains, plumes, feathers, and, in fact, everything cleaned and renovated and made as bright and soft as new. Special attention to orders through mail. Call on or write to "HARRIS DYE WORKS," Martin Street, may 16 luleigh, N. O. MOUNT MITCHELL HOTEL, llack Mountain. N. C. Half an hour's ride from Aeheville. Alum and iron waters, same as Ilockbridge and Bedford, Va. Analysis lurnished upon application. House newly furnished throughout. Board $5.00 to $7.00 per week. bFBAGUE Jfc MOORE, Ju!yl9-2i3. Proprietore. V