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STATE OHEOKIOLE, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. i - - r r ry CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. j Every Morning Except Monday. ...-in I IklV. V. $1.50 lor 6 months. r rt r.- 1 la ftf.UO per year; 3.00 for i months; rnilE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial JL Rooms of the Chronicle are on the second tloor of No. 216, Fayetteville bt. -rNnfvfT7VIf!ATIONS RELATIVE TO J the Business Department of this paper bnould be addressed The State Chroxi k n nnd all Drafts. Cnecics and PostalMoney Orders should be made payable to "the cunuur. jtux. itwi'PiniH DANIELS. - - Editor. . Bus. Manager. . Asso. Editor. I). II. HKOWDEK, HAL. W. AYER .ifii umi Vxnvt Justice to all 3Ien, of Whntever State or Persuasion, Re ll-lmisor Political. Thos. Jeflerson. TUESDAY, SEPT. 16, 1890. DEMOGRATIGJIOMIHEES, For Chief Justice of the Supreme Court HON. A. S. MERKIMON. For Asso, Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. VAKCfi AT GOLDSBORO. THE ABLE-TRIBUNE OF TH E PEO PLE MAKES AN EXCELLEiM-l SPEECH. All the People FOR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District Geo. H. Brown, Jr.,o' Beau- 2nd District Henry R.Bryan.oi Craven. 4th District Spier Wiiitaker. of Wake. 5th District K W. Winston.of Granville, fith District E. T. Boy kin, of Sampson. 7th District James D. McIver, of Moore, sth District il. F. Armfield, of Iredell, ioth District Jno. Gray BYNUM.of Burke 11th District W. A. Hoke, of Lincoln. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. H. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, of Halifax. 3rd District J ko. E. WooDARD.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston. 6th District E. S. Parker, of Alamance. 6th District O. H. Allen, of Lenoir, vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. Sth District B. F. Loua, of Iredell, uth District W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.CNKWLAND.of Caldwell 11th District F. I. Osborne, of Mecklen burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONGRESS. 1st District W.A.B. BRANCir.of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. KociERS.of Northamp ton. 3rd District B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th District-B. II. Bunn, of Nash. , 5th District A. II. A. Williams, of Gran ville. Cth District S. B. Alexander, of Meek lenburcc. 7th District-J. S IIendkrson. of Rowan. Sth District W. II II. Cowles of Wilkes. nth District W. T. Crawford, ot Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. For Clerk- Jon W. Thompson. For hheritr M. SV. Page. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer L. O. Lougee. For Coroner Du. a. J. Buff aloe. For Surveyor II. A. Cuappell. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green. For House of Representatives W. B. Upchukch, Geo. W. Davis, A. M. Sor rkll, and A. D. Jones. THE GOSPEL TRUTH. Heard Him Gladly . Applauded Him Enthusiastically, and One Old holdicr Said He Would Get a Divorce From His Vt i'e if She Were Not a Vance 3iau. We lay before our readers this morn ng, to the exclusion of editorial matter, tho gist of the speech made by Senator Vance in Goldsboro, and specially re ported for the Chronicle. Our corres pondent writes that all nday evening and Saturday morning people were call ing in crowds upon tho Senator at his hotel, and no public man has ever received so many manifestations of confidence and affection as were extended to the Senator from all classes of citizens from all sections of Eastern Carolina. People from the country spent several days in town for fear of missing him, and one old soldier stayed in Goldsboro three days for that purpose, and declar ed that he would stay a month if neces sary. This old soldier declared that ho would leave his wife if she were not a Vance man. The Senator's Speech. Introduced by Chas. B. Aycock, Esq , as "the greatest North Carolinian, living nr dead." Senator Vance spoke in sub stance as follows: He began by stating that he was just from tho conflict at Washington where he had been giving his best efforts to opposing the adoption of the iniquitous taiill bill, and watctnng tne legislation and endeavoring to securo such as would not be unjust to our people. IIo complimented the people of tho State on their adherence to Democratic principles and urged upon them that no consideration should divert them trom their stead v support of the Democratic party, which was the conservatism of their peace and safety, iho satety and welfare of the South was identical with the triumph and permanence of Demo cratic principles. The Force Bill. Sectional feeling has been revived in the North and the force bili now pend ing in the Senate will surely pass unless the Democrats can prevent by dilatory motions. The Senator then went on to show how offensive the law could be mado if tho Force bill should pass; how that Re publican supervisors would do all the registration of voters, count all the bal lots, give certificates of elections, and bo clothed with power to call in the army and navy of tho united states to assist them in suppressing elections. "It is to this Godless crew that we are to look for honest government and honest olectious." Financial Policy ol Republicans, rri i it i t i i i-ii inaineiiaa said uoidiy among rue mics of our section what he said to-day, that the financial policy country as ad minisiered oy tne Keuuoiiean party is hostile to the interest of the masses, and in the interest cf certain favored classes. U nuer this policy immense fortune have ueen accumulated ana trusts javf sprung up and reaped the fruit which should have come to honest labor. The agricultural and laboring classes have not held their own but have generally followed behind. That policy led to the demonitization of silver, which was accomplished in 1873, partly by fraud and partly by in tention. The legislation demonetizing silver was so concealed among the mass of laws in the Revised Statutes that many members of Congress did not know that they voted for it and President Grant afterwards stated that he did not know that he approved it. So ereat product was injured to that extent. Tho xarmer muse buy the product of the fac tories and pay to every mill owner a bo nus, made necessary by the tariff, while iio tai iff made anybody pay him any boons upon anything which ho raised. The Senator gave many instances cf uciust discrimination in the tariff bill v asainst the South. Among others that the great (Extract from Platform of the Indiana Dem ocracy.) Wo are rejoiced at the evidences of an awakening of the farmers of the country to the necessity for organized efforts to better their own condition and protect themselves against unjust legislation was and i3 the power of the bond-hold- desiring that there should be no mistake and oppressive administration. We in- ers that tnis frauu uas neyer been wiped as to his position, he wrote the letter ad- All) Unit tkn otntni. IT1 L 1 1 T J i. T ' 1 .si . ... . vitn AtfenHnn t f h ftrf fW fh farm. r"u xcpuaieu. me uiu uiesseu to rresiuent uarr, in which he the McKinley bill raisra tne tax on cot ton tie from 33 cents to 1.03. He Tells a Joke. H i said he felt so outraged at these disc; Imiuations that ho could only illus trate his feelings by an incident. A farmer driving his cart up a long hill with a load cf turnips, the tail board fell out and he looked back and saw that his turnips were distributed all along down the hill. A friend parsing by ask ed whv he didn't cuss. To which he re plied that he couldn't do the subject jus tice. The Farmers Have Taken His Advice. The Senator stated that for year3 he had called the attention of the farmers to the fact that every other class was or ganized: the business men, the railroads, the great hnanciers, and that it was the duty of the farmers to organize in order to resist the encroachments of the money kings. He was glad they had taken his advice, and now according to some he was the first man that some of the mem bers of this ereat organization woald slaughter. That he had never entertained any sentiment or made any speech that was not for the interest of the farmers. That he had looked specially after their inter est because they constituted majority of his constituents. Demagogues Trying to Ruin the Al liancc. The Alliance should be careful to know their friends. Many dead-beats and sore heads and disappointed politicians would, endeavor to join the Alliance and use it to further their selfish ends. If a man turns farmer to get office or or joins tho Aliiauce for that purpose, watch him. Do not let him become a leader or determine the policy of tho or ganization. "Not every one that saith Lord, Lord, shall enter the kingdom. ' His Position on the Sub-Treasury Bill. He said that it would save him pleas ure to state that he had Deen endorsed by nearly every county convention that had been held. And yet he understood that there were some go-xl and true men who believed, or had oeen taught to be lieve, that he had been untrue to the interests of the farmers. For the information of that class of men he would explain his position with reference to the bili known as the Sub Treasury bill. He stated that ho was asked to intro duce the sub-treasury bill, and consented to do so, stating at the time to those who made the request that he could not prom ise to support it. The bill, as presented to him, contained a provision that the warehouso keepers should be elected by the people, which was contrary to an express provl-ion ot the Constitution, and he struck that out and inr-ed in place of it a provision tht thuy should bo appointed by the Secretary of tho Treasury. After investigating the bill meet care fully, and consulting tho ablest consti tutional lawyers of the Senate, he was convinced that thy bili was unconstitu tional, and that he could not support it. That he at once wrote his conclusion to Mr Bedd.iiJgfieM, ocietary of ho fcaie Alliance. That tho bill had not then been called up; that he had not been called upon to vote upon it; that at this time the bill was before the committee, and that he might have refrained from expressing any opinion upon it; but that was not his way of doing business, and ho had no desiro to conceal his opinions when formed, from his people. That after wards learning that this letter to Mr. Beddingfield had not been made public, and receiving information that numbers of the Alliancemen were under the im pression that he was in favor of the bill, under the bill there could bo only four teen warehouses in the state, the pro vision being for the erection of Ware- houses in those counties only in wniua he annual product shouia be $50u,OUO. A Question and an Answer. A gentleman here inquired of the Senator whether or not the bill could b-3 so amended as to provide for the erec tion of warehouses in counties waere the annual product was only $100,000, and the Senator replied tnai sucu au uuiouu ment could be made. His Desire to Serve the People. He further showed that the govern ment would be forced to meet all depre ciations in the value of the product de posited which should exceed 20 per cent., and how speculators knowing exactly the quantity of the different products deposited could corner the market and manipulate prices. He said it had always been nis aesire and purpose to carry out the wishes or his people; that he haa always cone so, and that, if this bill was constitutional he would vote for it whatever effect it might have. Didn't Want the Devil to Get Him. That the people of the State had mado him a sentinel upon the watch-tower, whose duty if was to warn them, and that having warned them, he should do their bidding. The question of the prac ticability or impracticability of any measure was their business; its constitu tionality w?s his business. He had sworn to support the Constitution, and if he violated that oath the devil would get him, not them. The National Bank System. Upon his position in reference to the National banks, he said that he wrote to Mr. Beddingfield in May last that he was not in favor of abolishing the Na tional banks in the present financial con dition of the country. That this letter remained in Mr. Bsddingfield's hands until last week or the week before, when it was published in the Progressive Farmer, and it was then charged that he was in conflict with the platform adopted at the late State convention, or the plank therein in reference to National banks. Voted Against Extending the National Bank Charter. The Senator proceeded to say that he had been for years ardently opposed to the National Banking System; and that he voted against extending the charter of the banks, or granting any favors to them which were calculated to perpet uate or increase their power. He stated that he had introduced a bill to repeal the tax of 10 per cent, on the circulation of State banks so that State banks might issue currency to the people and break up the monopoly which the National Banks now enjoy. What man in his senses would favor the abolition of National Banks before some other system of banks had been devised to take their place? Immediate Abolition Would not Do. The country is full of debtors who, if the banks were compelled to close up their business, "in the present financial th A Plea for Harmony. o npr.nlo are so interwoven ------ all. that 1ha All there was too much smarc Aleclcy tai. Some folks ouibide the Miiarce say they won't vote for the candidate lor tee leg islature who will not pledge himself to vote for Vance; and some folks inside Allian SftV t iOV WOn I VOt-0 ior au randidate who does not pledge himself to vote for Vance and in rors a Radical. T lllrln 1. infill tlr1. Washed on The Back Steps. That if Democrats have any dirty linen to wash, don't wash it on the front steps the bick yard is the phice for that. Stand up to the Democracy. Stand nn to the Democratic party. 40,- 000 sab-troasury bills would not help them as much as a Democratic Senate and House. Then the laws that oppress tho people can be repealed then further ooDression can be prevented. He begged them not to waste their strength fighting merchants, half starved lawvers and newspapers that are not friendly. Tliev were not their enemies. "Stand within tho ranks, go into the primaries and win submit if you do not control. 7 Thev were promoting their own ends when they help the Democratic party. He assured the farmers that he would do any thing he could for them that did not conflict with his oath of office, and closed with a handsome tribute to the Democrats of Wayne. At the close of his speech cheers went up from a thousand throats, and multi- tudes pressed forward to shake his hand. Coal and Coke. YTe have been in the Coal busine . . -. --. iir vear3, an tne vviuie on the outloo- Beet Coal lor tho J east money. i 0r 1 no-r recommend uie IuHowihk: GAYTON RED ASH COAL (Sear-Anthracite.) Itisfre bnrningr, easily united t,. . crumble to dust, dots not make hv.v " ' soot, requires but little draught, lii,V,'' r' well as hickory wood Small or lar t;'lr' l- be made of it at will. Suitable for (irates, Specially rates, Stores or n , Adapted to Tobc . "s, Factories. Prepared by machinery into all ay v Stove, i:gg and Lump, .shipped to am-1" direct trom the mines at very low pfi', v Jones & Poweii T t ric n Mixers' Agents fou N. c. Pocahontas (Semi-Bituminon purest and best steam coal in America" the most economical for steam and "rat, V"' ANTHRACITE COAL. Lee mixes "White Ashe is the pm-ft best of anthracite coals that we have for, "' and gives more universal satisfaction. in utock, all sizes Egg, Stove and Xuit-V" Red Ash, Egg and Splint coal for grates, a-. kind ot coal and Pocahontas coke shiy ? direct to any depot. All orders receive, i1 'f. month filled at special Summer Price Lv Jones & Powell. si foi eep?6-tl MINERS' AGENTS, P.ALEIGII, N. C. mm U C ROYAL DtO .Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening strength. U. S. Government Report, Aug. 17, 1889. tin, i Tim i :i, -HIGH GRADE condition of the country," would be utterly ruiued. If the banks had to collect all debts due them, where would debtors obtain the money to pay their notes? It could not bo obtained, if nothing had been provided to tako the place of the batiks, and the property of tbousands of unfortunate debtors would be sold trader the hammer ab ruinous prices and bought bv the BptK-nitors who happeaed to have ready cash. lie Favored fctate Banks. He favored the establishment of State banks of issue, based upon sound princi ples of finance where all people could borrow money upon their property, and he believed tho repeal of the tax on State bauks would be followed by good results in this direction. Squarely on the Democratic Platform. What is needed is extension of the Dress Fabrics, ROYAL-GERMETEUR Is what you need. Try it. Thousan d a;o no.v using sua all recommend (ierin.-Tvu for Rheumatism, Indigestion, Dyspe p?ia, (jl- xarrn, iNervous xrouDies, L-nronic Hi-adao' General Debility, and all blood and kin ti easea. A specific for Female Disor it r. N'i,-; -ing pleases so well as Germeteur. J. i::,n'. and sales continue to increase. Try a b. COMMISSION MERCHANT, Daily receiving shipments of produce. I. : of fine Mountain Apples and lV.tat.i. , -hand. Give mo a call. Next to C;t;z : -Bank. -coMPRisura- IMPORTED DRESS PATTERNS, HOMESPUNS MISS MAGGIE BEESRz KNOTTED CHEVIOT, WHIP CORDS, CAMEL'S HAIR, In both stripes and plaids . Costume Broadcloths, Cloth Suitings, &c., &c. We strive to make eacli year's display excel in banking privileges to the people of the beauty that of the preced- year, and our efforts inc: oat and the statute repealed. The bill tO remOnetlZB Silver- sn nnnrfnd hv him I stntorl hisriflira in rfarnnno fn fVm era aro demandmg m substance the same was recently killed in the House through It has been ehurd an,l tb oh measures of relief which the Democratic the efforts of Speaker Reed, and a sub- has gone out among the people that he excuse him for some reference to him party has been advocating for years, but sute passed which leaves the quantity had mado the chancre wherebv ware- self. has not had the nower to onaet and thit ? 8llver C01nefi iQ the discretion of the house keepers were to bi appointed in- He said 36 years ago he made his en 4. . , , . . secretary ot the Treasury who is under stead of elected for the purpose of ren- try into public life as a member of the w i nce views which obtain in denng the measure unpopular. His re- House of Commons from Buncombe Wall street. ply to this was that it was not the truth, county. Such a Legislature had never The Tarirt. and the whole tenor of his public life was before or since assembled in North Car- The Senator discussed the tariff at a contradiction of the charge. olina. It contained such names as More- considerable length, and ahnwpd that. That he believed the bill was unconsti- head, Graham, Gilmer, Fisher. Snioo. while factories, &c, received benefits tutional because there is no express power Winston, Ashe, Biggs, Cherry, Dortch from the tariff , tho farmer received none, given in the constitution to the govern- and others, all of whom "have passed and paid all the profits that the manu- ment to lan rnoney, and none to which over the river and are resting under the States. That his votes in Congress prove t,ha.t. hft wnrtAfl m nra mnnov irirpn rv the people -this he tried to secure by Have never been SO SUCCesg- voting tor the tree coinage of stiver. He tul as this Season's. r f n f w 1 (Kn 1, 4. 1 XI C1J.4. I DemocrcVratfoi Our collection as present- Some Personal Allusions. IS lie largest 111 the i The Senator hoped his hearers would State, and tor exclusiveness m -m Mm -mm is wortny oi an earlv 111- mi tho SUREST AND SPEEDIEST WAY of obtain iog this relief is to restore tho Democ racy to power in every department of tho government. spection. W. H. & 11. S. TUCKER & CO., Haleigh, N. C. NOTHING LIKE Mil. EWAItT MENTIONED, In his Fpoech at Goldsboro, Senator Vance gavo Mr. Ewaut, and all other lacturers enjoyed. The Senator illus trated the wav Renubliean Senators such men, a blow between his eyes when hom farming States were helping the ho said to the farmers : lyrmera aown south. Senator Davis, of "If a man joins tho Alliance to get an 1 mfferel. an v?"" f.ndmJn to office, watch him." b f . ?Uttmg bl?dlDg twme 1 mane nf into Xrn -. m.,l It is said that Mr. Ewart quit practic- Every Democrat voted for it and it was Ing law gave up his profession in order to join the Alliance. FAIK, HONEST, HOLD AND FflAU. LESS. adopted. Vance then offered an amend ment putting jute bagging on the free list, and every Republican except one voted against it. Binding twine was used by the farmers of the West for binding wheat bagging was used at the (Clinton Canr.aai r1""' iue peuaior mought some ot T0irt v, u o ia,e western Republican Senators were In a short six months the Daily State talking right on the tariff, but he found Chuonicle has mado a big record : and that tnev voted as thev had always done. no wonder, as the Ashevillo Citizen says, .V s ' taougtl they were appa ior it prints tho news. And further, it is fair, honest, bold and fearless. It is a people's paper. rently anxious about the farmers' move ment in the West. that power was auxiliary. shade of the trees." mat ne haa heard it said that the gov- ln ne was elected member of Con- ernment lent monev to the national gress. banks, and if so, why could it not lend Ten he was a Union man and did all to individuals? But the srovernmont did he could to keep his people out of the not lend the money to the banks, but de- war and that he stood for tho Union as posited it with them for its own conven- lng as honor could permit, but when lence just as an individual deposited his the people decided to go out, he went private mouey in oanKs. wuu tnem. 1 he aavocates of the sub-treasurv bill tlo felt, "whither thou goest. I will alleged Lhat the government built ware- g ; thy people shall be my people, and bouses for distillers in which thev could they God my God." deposit liquors, and that it was as com- That his course during the days of fire peteut for the government to build ware- aQd darkness, when the clouds of war houses lor farmers to deposit their pro- were over the land, was known to them, duets, lhat this was a misconeftntinn ana it was known to him. rtftvpr tn . I - -. - , ' w ot tho tacts. lhat the government did lorgotten, how they had sustained him, nor puna any warehouses tor distillers m the execution of the duties of the to deposit their honors in. hnt ihnt iho. hierh office to whieh thev hnd o.aMtxA X J i V I u -J distillers tnemseives built tho wnr. mm. houses and the government took charge SUCCEEDS SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful med icine, ia because it has never failed in any in stance, no matter what the disease, from LEP ROSY to the simplest disease known to the hu man system. 1 he scientific men of to-day claim and prove AT X I mas every disease 18 He was the standard-bearer of thn When the Republican Senators voted ot tQem untd the revenue tax was paid. Party m 1876, when the state was re against his amendment and defeated it. ne referred to the statutes of the deemed from Radical rule. 1. .. TT CI 1 ... - - I r . , . . u. i3. recuiatiner tne sumeet nf hnnHoi in ia8 tne Deome elected h m tn tVio fj wuvVA I W & WW VUV warenouses. senate, and in 188G he was rfi-AWpd lnat he believed the bill to be uncon- He wanted to say that whether he had stitution because it oronosed tn lond served the oeonle ablv was nnt. fnr Vn'm money to a certain class of farmers only; to say, but that he could say that he mat money was not to oe lent to all the naa served tnem laitniuiiy ana honestly. people, out to farmers only, and to ihere had m all these years been no inose iarmers alone who raised cotton corn, wheat, oats or tobacco. All farm ers who raise other rjroducts . - i"wwwv t,L,j Lei i in w ii ii i uti i i nor i . - prohibiting future ownership, but we fa- the duty on common glass wa absolutely clU(ed f,om; the benefits intended to be vor a law also that will secure the for- more than prohibitory. A farmer sell- ?rra hj the blll a?d P Person ing niS COtton in Livernnnl and hnvinrr UJUUH inuuey uuuer 113 proviS thern on i , 1... no matter What seenritv ho rnnld wuu wiuuuw glass wouiu nave nf? , " . to pay at the custom house m New York S?f ' h not a Pducer of the five asauty-on it si.ns nn si no L. CVAiVs CAUSED BY MICROBES, AND MUM'S Mil mi Exterminates the Microbes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot nave an ache or pain. No iratter what the disease, whether a simple case ol Malaria Fever or a combination of diseases, we cure them all at the same time, as we treat all dis eases consututionaiiy. MIDSUMMER MIL i i 1 1 r-ri LLfliLni Wo will begin sow to clo?o out u Children's and Misses Colored Hats ; Half Price. Among: the lot are dts in ble styles for travelling or school. AU Fauey Ribbons Regard ic& oiCo-s, Our entire stock of CORSETS, To be Closed Out at 50 cvnts; wort! from 50 cents to $1.75. SOME GOOD STYLES and NUMBER: he told them that their acts illustrated Wuen it is renembered that 20 742 - i "erence between Democrats and rt.MMi. iv i i ,' Publicans, that Democrats voted from K) acres of our public lands are nnw nrinfinino t..u,:. 7, r , , r.-v.uu Aepuuiieaus -piayea ior held by aliens, it will be seen why the all w sight." Democratic State Convention declared How the Tariff II iirts thr. I'nriiipr. The protective policy of tho Republi can party was operating against the farmer. The manufacturers of class were protected to such an extent that 000 against tho alien ownership of land. American land ought to bo kept for bona fide settlers. Not only do we favor a law 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. feituro them. nn ftverv A public man in North Carolina, who glass which he should attemnt to brine- is chary with his compliments, writes in into the C0Untry'. Every manufacture yiui-cneu uy tana levied tax on the farmer, whose products were not pro tected, and who was compelled to sell his cotton, corn and wheat in Liverpool at prices fixed there in competition with the products of the world. The Farmer Pays a Bonus. If every man was benefitted by the tariff as much as he was taxed, no one would be benefitted and no one injured, but that if any were benfitted by the tax ii was the man who remind it. in a private letter : I think you are making a very eood Eaper. And you keep it in a position to elp anything that ought to be helped too. 4- "Wb ata th HpntihUpan nrfv" civ the negroes. That may not be so in Cherokee county, bnt the Republican convention of Wake county yesterday demonstrated that is literally true in the shape of the increased price of his Wako. product, and the man who bought the mat he believed m tho old Jackson- lan doctrine of "equal rights to all, bpeeiai privileges to none Me said he would be ashamed to ask tor one class stain or scandal connected with hia name. That his relations with his people had oeen narmonious, and that the had never been any difference between them except upon the sub-treasury bill. An Apt and Homely Illustration. If a man had a horse which had served him faithfully for thirty-six years, and whieh had never kicked, balked, shied or run away, but was always ready and willing to go at the command nf hi master, but which on one occasion, after Of his oeoDlfl nrivilecrp i.n . " .rr wiou, an which could not be enjoyed "by other A yZ oDct m classes. That the law oUht tATim. i !? It broke tb,e ggy, would its partial in its operations, and if the gov- old hoS ? If so the SJ ernment lent .money to one class it ofght ZftoLt&JSl'. ?, icuu 10 everv class: out tho mwm. j, v - 7. " ment was not and could not nnTr th " ,wa cuia 6e5v? them thirty- constitution be a lender of money to any make nTnS J.aithf Qlly a&d class of its citizens. It was iliSS ,e,nomistake.s! briDg h out and he S? "erent P-PO-s, and could not 1 i" uu uauKing business. i,oof Ba; x , " ""J uiaas. ine As Ulustrat ng the impracticabilitv nf -'w me had been given the provisions of 'the MlHeliw th!t CarEentmg aU the of North Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. 8ee that our Trade-Mark (earn as above) appears on each jug. endfo.r bok "History of the Microbe Killer," giTen away by LEE, JOHNSON & CO., DRUGGISTS, RALEIGH, N. C. We will not carry corsets another season, so reduce them to mr.kc a clean sweep. Miss Maggie Reese, 209 Fayotteville Ht. NEW i MUSIC A i "Kathleen," new song, by C. A. White, 4 J "My Marguerite of Loug Ago" by C. A. White, t, "Madeline" by C. A. White, "Thou art all to me," beautiful waltz s-.u-by H. T. Smith, author of'If You Love me Darling, Listen to my tale of wee Ac." " "Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Song, by H. T. Smith. " S 'Lilac" Karl Gardner's New Song in "Far- therland," i j "That is Love" greatest hit of the season, 4-) MAIL ORDERS For the above and for other nona'ar norrH quickly filled. 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSIC- NABE PIANOS, RANICH & BACH PIANOH. 1MB ALL PIANOS. IMBALL ORGANS. MILLEIi OiiGANS. NEEDHAM OP.OANS. SOLE AGENTS For the above inBtrumenta. Best "coda lowest prices. NORTH STAtFmUSIC CO., ,,ot, Cecil Q. Stone, Mo'k, 113 FayetteviUe St., Raleigh, N. C. THE YARBOKO HOUSE. B. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Eaueigh, N. C. Kates, $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE T. Q. AnaraaTox, Manager, Kauzgh, N. C WUiB, wiui meaia at Yarboro House j , ,iu.w per weeK. mw opoww raies w lawvera attAnrli . . " ... $2.00 ar8-lv preme Court Hu. FOR REN JeJLe ?L":3: Towles, on Fayette- a::: e,a yp- s. waitt. larsinquTrlof" - JW EVS 8ePt3-lm At vans J MaVt shop. P1 til INSTITUTE, Raleigh, N. C The 54th year of this old school, its I8th year at Raleigh, begins September 3d, IS90. Professor A. JoATjmann, 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 DINWIDDLE, 3L A. (University of Virginia) Principal, dW-tf Raleigh, N. C V r-"