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bTATK CHSbMOLij, THUBSDaY, OCTOBER 2.
- ru ---j. - ..-we i B state (Dlxvontdc PuBUSilLSii CO. w - - - - - - , , Every Morning except- iuomiaj . his tarty. Every : car this contempt has manifested itself all the ruDre until it h;s becouio so ihat a elf-respecting Southern Republican can do nothing in Wftfthinctrm excent warm his heels in T" SffSJSSZESS the ante rooms of the Republican lords $1.50 for 3 months. If, perchance, they gain admission it is rpilB BUSINBHsThTICE and Editorial only to receive a cold greeting which is X Hoonu of the Chronicle are on the indicative of the contempt with wmcn second floor of No. til", FayetteviUe St. they are regarded. That werehumil- -nnfiTvin mfwa in'T.ATTVK to iatinn onoush to bear. But it does J the Business Department of this paper nQt Btop tnere. No position of honor IKMh'S or tru-t i. coaferred upon a Southern and Postal Money uraers snomu ue muc Republican except in his own btatc, ana payable to "The Chuosiclb Pub. Co." V I tion in preference to a native Bepubli- can. And not only so, but the choice plums of patronage are given to the new - HAL. W. AYER - - Asso. Editor. t reneffade Democrat whose "Repub licanism is known to be office deep and tion of this year, th'? time will have passed for ;i Southern Republican to prove tha-. ne loves his tec ioo. If he votes the Republican licker, in the face of the recent infamous sectional legis lation, he is an enemy to his Si ate and ought for ever to be so regarded. Of all who do so, in spite of the hatred cf that party for their peopV, we will be compelled to say: "Let him that is filthy be filthy still." I. II. JJROWDER9 - Bus. Manager. 'Kauai and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1890. DEM0GRATIGJ10M1NEES. lor Ctuf Justice of the Supremo Court : HON. A. S. MEItKIMON. For Asso, Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. I' OR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. let District Geo. II. Duown, Jii.,of Beau fort. 2nd District Henry Tt.BKYAN,of Craven. 4th District Spier Whitakkh, of Wake. fth District H V. Winston.of Granville, ith District K. T. Bovkin, of Sampson. 7th District James 1). Mclviat, of Moore, bth Dist rict ii. F. Arm field, of Iredell, ioth District Jno. Gray Bykum.oI 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 Jno. E. WooDARD.of Wilson dollar wide." For example we need only point to the position of United States District-Attornev for both the North Carolina districts. Old line Re publicans have eeen this policy pursued, and added to the contempt with which they are regarded by their northern bivthreu, it is onough to make them de spise the party which gained their sup port under false pretences. But, the terrible blight of the Repub lican rule,as regards the South, has never been felt as keenly as this year. Here tofore the Republicans havo oppressed and despised our section, but have con cealed it by a glamour of bright and glow ing promises and a pretended friend ship. This year the cloak has been thrown off, and they no longer oven pre tend to regard this section as a part of the American Union. They enact laws purposely and maliciously to oppress and harass the people of the South, and boast ingly '-.ill themselves the party of the North. Such reat newspapers as the THE ASS BRAYS ACAIN. The again. greatest ass of all has brayed The following is the telegram from Elliott F. Shkpard to the nogro Langston who was recently given a seat in Congress from Virginia by turning out a Democrat: PQUIER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High- To Hon. John M. Langston, House est of all in leavening strength. U. S. of Representatives, Washington: We heartily congratulate you upon your Ions delayed but well earned victory. Now, stir up your race in South Caro lina to nominate a straightout negro ticket from top to bottom, and they will capture that State, for in this country the majority have the ngnt to rule. Elliot F. Shepabd. Commenting on this telegram the At lanta Constitution says: This Bhepard of the black sheep would have southern white men put under foot and inaugurate negro governments in evtrv State in the South if he could He wants the white race to rule at His Government Report, Aug. 17, 18S9. OUR SILKS AND DRESS GOODS NOVELTIES IS - zMILLINERY- AND - FANCY GOODS Arriving daily at MISS MAGGIE REE8WS BEST DESIGNS IN T11IM3IED GOODS From French and English Importers. ALL THE LEADING SHAPES IX MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Hats, Caps and Bonnets The ladies will find many things to interest them in looking through our new stJck at 209 Faretteville Ht. Coal and C Wo have been in t!,., year-, all tho wain- ... "'''-'n. JH'tCal lor tbc lt :it .. "" " :'-''.k now recommend th.-I.l.tt 'r :YTON RKD '-.I! 1. A full assortment of the latest TInrth hr,f. nnt nr. fh Sonfh- rarp.ln5 of Sllld EailCV the consequences, he advocates anarchy Silks is HOW ready. The dc- and misrule for a seciion which roltlea.in plain RICII SHOAVIG8 j Dress Goods and It is free burning, crumble to dnt, .Iocs ',;,,, soot, reouirt s mt . i well as hickory wood. , " -be made of it at will. " " "! iir Suitablo fur Cr!it..u t. Specially .Kla,!,;, i V,' Prepared by inaehmtTv - Stave, Egg and L'i:np. C.i " v direct Irom tho mitu at 'v' ' ' ' : ' i J ones & Fowl: . halek.h, V MISEKS' Aukxts 1 N (, I Pocahontas (Semi p,; .,,: ' purest and best srt.am ,.,,!V'i' 1,u,,,,'-' T the most economical tor ai;1 ' V".' !i AN nillACI I K OHL. " " Lee mines White A-hc is th- ,lr . best of anthracite on!... tl-.it wt. i ' and given more miivcroai M.ni,f, 1 . inetock, alleizen st-.vo a-,! C' ! Ued Ah,ERir ami Splint cial l ,'T L '' kind ol c'l and Pjc-.ilM.i.t V1" i until iv nn ucpi'I. .H nr.lt r- w.1 t;11..l . 1 .- iuuuiu mien HiB'tTi;U Nlllllll. ! 11 . ,) ' Jones & Powsij, XI IX 'US' At.' r sep'G-tl -IN- 4t.h District K. W. Pou, Jr.., of Johnstofi. New York Herald, N"w York Times, the 5th District K. S. Parker, of Alamance. 6th District O. II. Allkn, o' Lenoir, vth District Frank McNeill, of Rich rnond. 8th District B. F. Long, of Iredell. Uth District W. W. Bakber. of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NKWLAND.of Caldwell Uh District F. I. Osborne, of Meckien burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of Macon. FOR CONCRESS. 1st District V. A.B. BRANcn.of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. ltouEi:s,of Northamp ton. :trd Dlstrict--B. F. Gi:ady, of Duplin. 4th District-B. H. Bunk, of Nash. rth DistrictA. II. A. Williams, of Gran ville. Cth District S. B. Alexander, of Meck lenburg. 7th District -J. S Henderson, of Rowan. Sth District W. II II. Cowles of Wilkes. uth District W. T. Crawford, ot Hay wood. WAKE COUNTY TICKET. is en joying the fruits of prosperity and peace Biack heels on white necks is his dream, and if he could safely do so, be would rjionecr anv movement which wcudl bring about such a state of affairs V- sisrns i m'. are exclusive. uu labrics are in textures best suited for our home trade. Woollen Goods of rough suriace in Hcotch Clan and French Plaids, or with small spot figures, are the favorite stiles. In Silks and Velvets, the plain fabrics will still re- Coloied Dress Fabrics. -:o:- Exqaisite New Stylos of KNOTTED CHEVIOTS- ENGLISH SCOTCH PLAIDS- HOMESPUNS Iut oivtlv tfi. SV. Tuoxnaev For Sherilt-M. W. Page. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer Ij. O. Lougee. Kor Coroner Dr. a. J. Buffaloe. For Surveyor II. A. Chappell. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C Green. For House of Representatives W. B. UrciiuRcii, Geo. W. Davis, A. M. Sor- rell, and A. D. Jones. REPUBLICANS OUGHT TO STOP AND THINK. Nation, Harper's Wockly and other great independent journals declare that the Republican party ignores and hates all that section lying South of the OMo and Pctomac rivers. They do not pretend to regard us as their equals. We could multiply proof if proof were necessary. But they now admit their emnity. The present Re publican House of Representatives has passed a bill known as the Force bill. It is the most iniquitous piece of sectional legislation that over disgraced any statute books. Its purpose is and it is admitted to degrade and humiliate the people of the South. It is to bo enforced only here, and troops and political sa traps, and corrupt hirelings are to en force it. Tho Ciironicle agrees with SENATUit YAiitt ttLicu lio ocvidi 4eari gn out to the Radical penitentiary, whero they wear striped uniforms, and can pick out 500 men, the very meanest of whom I would take for my associates, rather than associate with a man who says that Southern peoplo are not honest enough to conduct their own elections." The passage of the McKinley bill, burdensomo as its tax provisions are, has in it a provision that h an insult to every Southerner and one which every self-respecting Southerner will resent. Ihe tax on binding twine for the Western farmers is made nearly free, while tho tax is trebled on cotton ties Tho Republican party was founded upon sectional lines, its mission was tho abolition of slavery. It claimed to bo the party of moral ideas and thous aods of good people, who opposed sla- an(j i0Creased on cotton baling. Why very, nocKou to us standard, w nen tno this discrimination? There is no reason for war was over its mission was ended, but itand none is attempted-except that its leaders claimed that it was the only tne binding twine is used bv Northwest At .A11.-l- I party tnat could jusuy and wiseiy secure em farmcrs and cotton ha and ,..nt- on o "-' ft reconstruction of the government. The majority of the peoplo concurred in this view and gave them continued lease of power. There is no doubt that there were patriots among the enthusiastic abolitionists, who followed the fortunes of tho Republican party, who sincerely behoved that the Reconstruction meas ures would bring peace and prosperity. The Republican party brought a message to tho people of tho South a promise that, vWen matters were adjusted, their rights should be protected and its peo pie should have a place equal with any in tho Union Theyineld out assurances of the olive branch of peace which fell pleasantly .npon tho ears of those men in the South who had always been devoted to the Union and who distrusted the Demo cratic party. They told the people of the South, who had not believed in the Con federacy, that no other party except the Republican party could restore the Union and give equal justice. They sud: "We are the conquerors. We can afford to bi extraordinarily generous and kind aid forgiving. We can give the South peace and rest and protect it. The Democratic party cannot because the people of the North will not trust it. We alone can save you." That was the message the charmers brought and these were the kind of promises that impressed and captured some over-credulous peo plo, particularly in East Tennessee and Western North Carolina. They have long ago discovered that the promise was made to tho ear but to be broken to the hope. These honest men who, believing that Republican success would soonest bring poaco and prosperity to the South, have boen voting that ticket twenty-five years. They have been voting against good lo cal government upon the promise of bet ter times by the Federal government. Those of them who are honest and there are some of the old men who are bi.ve waited in vain for the fulfilment oi tne promises made to them. Iustead of Pcaco to the South, and instead of Prosperity to its people, what havo they received? Southorn native Republicans have re ceived nothing but insult and contempt from tho President and tho leaders of Prof. Alexander McIver says that if he lived in the Sixth District he would not vote for Capt. S. B. Alexander for Congress. This is the lawyer and teach- main tke most popular. er who asks Alliance men to vote lor When writlllll lor sam- him for Congress. Isn't he a nice chain- pies, state IIS clearly as POS- pion of the Alliance ? He is a Radical to sihle What Style IS WTailieU. th hnnp.ftn old tima Radial and noth. The variety is so trrcat ing but a Radical. -CAMEL'S HAIR SUITINGS, W HIP-CO RDS- HENRIETTAS, SERGES, AND BROADCLOTHS. I I H II I yomm ion i. ks "mm this Fall that we cannot undertake to send general According to Senator Carlisle the lines of samples. 1 it average rate ot auties unaer tne new Tariff laws will be sity per cent instead of 4.o per cent, as under the tariff law now in operation. And this is the way the Republican party redeems its prom ise to reduce taxation. w. n. & it. a. tuckei; &. co., llALEIGH, N. C. Tue San ford Express, always excellent, gets better every week. It will hereaf ter be published oq Wednesday. HOME SPUN YARNS. ton ties are used by Southern farmers. V here is the self-respect of Southern Republicans? A few have shown it in the only way they can show it, viz: By withdrawing from the Republican party and voting against its candidate?. We are persuaded that every self-re specting Republican will show it by re fusing to vote the Republican ticket in November. The time has come in the Sonlh when every man who has honestly voted tbe Republican ticket ia the p:i?t must come ont from among them, and stand for Home, J ustice and Equity. The Chron icle in all earnestness and sincerity urges them to repudiate the party which despises and degrades their section and their homes. No man ought to base his political actions of to-day upon the dead issues of the past It is the high, patriotic duty of every Republican who has aDy love for his State to repudiate the party which, for a quarter of a century, has been making him false promises. This is a time, as Senator Vance says, when every man whose hair is straight and whose skin is white, ought to take his neighbor by the hand and say, 'We are at a period when we should subordi nate our local preferences and differ ences to the good of the State, and stand together in support of a white man's government and pure government, and keep alive and permanent that freedom which is based, beyond a doubt, on Democratic supremacy." There is only five weeks left, and we beg every man in North Carolina who loves his home, to take a stand for it, and against the party which is trying to degrade his section and ruin his home. Republicans of North Carolina: Stop and think 1 Are you ready for your State to become a province, and your people inferior in citizenship to the peo ple of all other sections of the Union? If not, quit the Rebublican party and join with your neighbors and help to ad minister a crushing rebuke to the ene mies of your firesides and homes. You will be cordially welcomed by your neighbors, and will have the conscious ness of having performed your duty as a patriotic North Carolinian. If not, may God kave mercy upon your soul! After the November elec- Sanford Express. Whilo at tho postoftlce on Monday af ternoon a citizen of this place showed us a letter containing a check for $25.00 that he had just received from a young man in wn adjoining county. The letter read substantially as this: '-Some years ago while you were merchandising in my town, I was accustomed to go into your store and steal candy and other confectionuric. Then I was a boy but now I am a man and my conscience lasheS me for that candy stealing. I send you this check to ease my conscience. Use it and say nothing about the inci dent to any one." The receiver of this check turned it over to the treasury of the Methodist church and the whole af fair reads like a fairy Sunday school story. It it is believed that when men die they are called upon to hand up their checks for the evil deeds done in the body. If every man would promptly hand up his check while here on earth more enterprises could be started and men would live more in the sweat of their faces. GCOi REASONS Tor Patronizing the 3IoseIey House. 1 1 am pleasantly located, near all that id of interest and on the main street, where all th3 elite of the city pass, and opposite the large dry goods house of V. U. & K. s. Tucker & Co. 2 I find everythinsr neat and clean at the I seley House, and leel as if at home, for they make me so 3 land the Dinine II til for Ladies and Gentlemen veil cared lor and as pleasant as any seaside resort-no Hies, and the Rotating rjy raas Keep one cool and p'easant, while 1 can enjoy one oi the good meals you canal ways get at the Mosoley llouso for 50 cents. i An enterprise that the travelling public should appreciate and patronize is the Mose ley House. (iulvl7-tf FOR THE BOYS, FOR THE YOUNG MEN AND FOR THE O M 31 EN OF THE BEST AND LATEST STYLES OF IMPORTED WOOLLENS. Great care and taste have been devoted to the selection of our Dress Goods, as well as to our HANDSOME Dress Trimm ings. Special attention is called to our NEW MOURNING GOODS! Wo show a lino of Black Goods which haa noverboen surpassed in this market. INSPECTION COSTS NOTHING, AND A Visit to Our EstaUmt . Might be to your benefit. RECEIVED TO-DAY lyi.' .i. - .v ru. ROYAL-GERMETEUR Is what you need. Trvit. 1 !,,!,-, now using nd all rooonnu. n,i (,... for Hheumatii?m, Iudig. ti ii pv- imtii, r orvons Troubles, l,r,,! ,- iC General Debility, and all il ., : eases. A specific for Female liMn;(i ..' ing pleases so well as (icrim-ieur. ,- .' and sales continue to inert a.-c. i -v a i -A-. E. JORDAN, COMMISSION MEi: JIIANT, Daily receiving shipment;, .,f . ; oi lino Mountain Apple uh I , -, . .. hand. Give me a call. !.t t r Bank. """" AT- HVLy Fall Stock OF SUITINGS Cannot Be Suiipassed in the State, And my prices are REMARKilBLiY LOW. I Employ Only First-Class Workmen And guarantee satisfaction in every particu lar. WINETROB, MERCHANT TA1LOH, 114 FayetteviUe St. J.R.FERRALL&CO'S 222 FayetteviUe Street. Delaware Martha and Wyoming FIIsTE CELERY. VALENCIA ONIONS. Ridgeway High School, FUR BOYS AND GIRLS. The Fall Session of 1890 Begins Thurs day, Sept. 4th. and Continues 20 Weeks. TrjiTiOM. Primary and Intermediate $20 00 Classics and Higher Mathemat ics 25 00 Music on Piano 12 50 Board (including fuel.lights and washing) 55 00 Halt of the above charges is required in advance and the balance Nov. 15. The scholastic year is divided into two con tinuous sessions of twenty weeks each. For further information address JOHN GRAHAM, Phincipal, , Ridgeway, augS-wlmwdlawe2m) WTarren Co.,N. C. Sale of Land Under Execution. By virtue of an execution to me, directed from the Clerk of the Superior Com tof John ston county, I will offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at the Court House in Ral eigh, on Monday, October 2('th, lS'JO, thA fol lowing described tract of land, partly in Wake and Johnston counties, described as follows Situated nartlv in Marks flrPAir rtTOn.v" Wake county, and Wilder' township, Johnson county, adjoining the lands of T. u kk.,i son, Paul H. Lee and A. W. Richardson, com- mwuwufi ttV a. rucnarason 8 corner runs north with L. B. Richardson's imp. in a ata L-n east with said Richardson's line to a stake thence south to Paul H. Lee's line- thence west with Paul H. Lee's lice to tlift hp containing sixty acres; said execu:ion in lavor Z rf4" u " , iB v- Kichardson ".im Anne 01 saie vz o'clock m J. ROWAN ROGERS, bept. 16, 1890. (aeplS-lmdlaw -( Wood ! Wood ! 2 00 JORs PINE WOOD FOR .MV Sale H$225 Per cord delivered. FERRIS' PIG HAMS AND BREAKFAST BACON AND SMOKED BEEF. NEW NO. 1 MACKEREL. FINE ROE HERRINGS. New Crop Old-fashioned BUCKWHEAT. SEND IN VOLT. OKDEIiS. 1'liIOES AKE LOW. RATS! Oh ! Rats ! ! the public will crv when tVit-i7 see the advertisement ot a dealer fdaiminrr Via nas tne biggest stock in town, and the bitrest nauo iu uie eny; soiling gooas less than cost ciu., aim mating otner improbable state ments. o make no sucn claims, but we do say we carry a nice line of goods and make prices ngnt, ana nave a good trade. OUR 1.49 DERBY HAT Latest bhapes. is a hummer. Last axssnn wo sold a good many cases of them and are running tliem again this Fal . Ask tr ur.a 1 " - w UVW mem. 'Phone 88. Prompt Delivery. W00LLC0TT & SON. OUR SHOE STOCK FOR THE FALL AND A INTER f ALL AND VV INTER IS COMPLETE. RADE RADE CLOTHIERS SHATTERS IN OWN. That's -here the 200 lots of THE WEST END HOTEL AND LAND COMPANY WINSTON, N. C, are situated. Not in the country, 12,000 people, 100 factories, 3 rail roads built, 2 bnildmg, attitude 953 feet, win ter temperature 44 deg , summer 76 deg., rain 45 inches. Prices 1,500 to $500 per lot. Terms, one-third first year; one-third second years. Advance on November 1. Buy a house in the best town in the South. Average an nual increase in values for 10 consecutive years 33 per cent. Sure enough inducement to sure enough investors. eSatlt. Valuable Real Estate. I have some of the most desirable propertv in the growing town of Oxford. N. C. for On my list are gilt-edge lota in the very heart 01 the towa. aiso seventy acres, including a handsome new residence, partly in the town and partly in the suburbs price $30,000. Thin seventy acres could be divided into a great many beautiful building lota, and is worthy the attention of capitilista as an investment. Oilord is a growing town and is located in a Heaven-blessed part of the world. JOHN A. WILLIAMS, Dealer in Real Estate, eep20-tf Oxford, N. O. It was bought before the advance in Khno We soli them as cheap as theveanhfthnnM.i c ,. , r" ui any nrst-ciass dealer, and can tit any size iwi, xiyjum uauy wjajuuiuo mat wears No. 13 ljA.ULZ.ii' II UO lintton Shoe an nUA Shoe at 453 and 50c, 75c, tl.00, $1.25, and OUR CLOTHING Stock fur Men and Boys nrrn r.n tti j- , ... . . Y w-"- iuittuuutieu omrts cannot do sur- pasaea. ALL SIZES of Misses Vests, from 22 to 50c. LADIES' VESTS, from 30c to $1.50. j,imju rairs children's Heavy Ribbed Hose, black and gray, at 10c a pair; worth 15c. 200 Cloth-bound Books, 50c; regular prico -Jim iozen LAaies', Misses' and Boys' seamless black heaw-ribbedHo8eat25anair- "-o "usu ctci uuciuu lor me monev Telephone 102. J' Woollcott&Son, i jUAKTlN STREET. THE WALTERS METK'lD IS THE (ltHS'V GARMENT C : Thi iystem, w.th tho -h-j."Ui? ..:.- ! IMPORTED SUITINGS- ok every jK:iurrfx ( 1- vi. iv. Vyvr.rri:us, THE TAILOSi, w - . . .... 1H a com Idtia tlfin w iw h in' 1 I, . . k handsome and perfect -littii.g THE NEW FALL .SluCii of F.ICH AND EEAUTIFul Is now on exhii..." ( o. N. i. !::.'. Til:. T'.ii'.r, sepl7tf Fayrtt. rvicrw 1 ii iciin i j v v i vi i ; j i n - "Kathleen," now song, by C . . " ' "My Marguerite of Long Ag . " ' ' White, "Aiadeline" by C. A. White. "Thou art all to me," b nri: .: by II. T. Smith, author o;'-;. ' ' me Darling, Listen to my ' "Only Sweet Memories" Wl:. H. T. Smith. 'Lilac" Karl Gardner' NVv : .:. - therland," "That is Love" greatest hit '. I - -- ' MAIL ORDER- jl ui iuw iiuove ana lor otii'-r n quickly fill' 1. 2,(XX SELECTIONS TEN ( f VT MLJSIO- NABE PIANOS, RANICH & BACH i lA'1" IMBALL PIANOS. IMBALL ORGANS. MILLER ORGANS. NEEDHAM ORGANS SOLE AGEN'IS For the above instrument. 1 lowest priced. NORTH STATE MU.SIC CO.. K Cexjil G. Stone. Vr', N. 113 FayetteviUe St., Kaleipi INSTITUTE, Ralelgli. THE YARBORO HOUSE. B. B. RANEY, Prop'r, IUlkoh, N. O. Uatea, $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEL FLORENCE T. Q. Arbijtotox, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Booms, with meals at Yarboro House. $2.00 per day; $10.00 per week. -8pecial rates to lawyers attending 8t ara-ly preme Court The 54th year of his oM its I6th year at iRuleigh. r V. O J Ky,,. II. . - aauon anywnere continue as Dr and Miss E. G, tation is tmstn ue to preside! PARTMENT. Ev, tne jraculty l- ) her departme .- - ' ... ' (University c d-w-tf V y ,f?l rJV' l1 Cheapest ai..