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STATE OHBONIOL SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4.
r BY CHRONICLE PUBLISHING CO. Every Morning Except Monday. rpHE CASH PHiCli OF CilHOKICLE X la W.00 per year; $3.00 for 6 months; tt.50 for 3 months. THE BUSINESS OFFICE and Editorial X Rooms of the Chronicle are on the second floor of No. 216, Fayetteville bt. COMMUNICATIONS RELATIVE TO the Business Department of this paper snould be addressed The State Chroni cle, Raleigh. N. C, and all Drafts, Checks and PostalMoney Orders should be made payable to "The Chronicle Pub. Co." JOSE PI I US DANIELS, - - Editor. D. II. BROWDER, - Bus. Manager. HAL. W. AYER - - Asso. Editor. Equal and Exact Justice to all Men, of Whatever State or Persuasion, Re ligious or Political. Thos. Jefferson. SATURDAY, OCT. 4, 1890. DEMOGRATjGJOMIIIEES. For Chief Justice of tb Supreme Court : HON. A. S. MERRIMON. For Asso. Jus. of the Supreme Court HON. WALTER CLARK. vived the schools by taxing themselves and their own party, through their Rep resentatives, for the support of col ored school 5 the $ame us while schools. It was a Democratic Legislature th:it first furnished estate aid to the State Col ored Normal School at Fayetteville, for the education of colored school teachers. It was a Democratic Legislature that first provided for the erection of a large and commodious institute at Raleigh for the free education and support of the colored deaf and dumb and blind, which has been, and will continue to be (if the Democratic party continue to control) of incalculable benefit to those unfortu nate classes of the colored race. It was the first colored institution of that kind that was ever built in the United States for the separate and exclusive education and support of the colored deaf and dumb and blind. That noble public charity of the State will stand as a mon ument to the humanity and generosity of the Democratic party. It is shedding its benign benefits and blet sings upon the poor unfortunate colored childtca of the Stale. It is supported by liberal ap- PEACE TO HIS ASHES. It is with profound regret that we hear of the death of Capt.. Thos. W. Harris, of Piiiu.ce i Springs, Halifax county, in his 81st j ear. 13 o has been iu bad health for some months. H was a charming Christian gentleman whom to know was to respect an I to love. This wri er regarded him, modest and back ware! as he was, an orator of no mean ability. We heard him twice when his utterances brought tears to every eye and moved every heart. One was an address at a Methodist District Conference held at Whitakers and the other at the Cen tennial of the University at Chapel Hill. On both occasions he spoke from the heart and as eloquently as we ever heard mortal speak. He rests in peace and the benediction of many friends linger fondly upon his memory. COME OUT FROM AMONG TIIEiVI. Patriotic Democrats in all sections of the State are repudiating the Republican party. The Chronicle rejoices that 0MI THE SUCCESS OF THE Pffiiul Suing! Life issxm Coal We hav be' Bent Coal lor the 1. ; '0 tl; i r recommend the- folio vjV' iw A V TON KM) (v:v . for. - OF 3STEW POER Absolutely Pure. A cream of tartar baking powder. High est of all in leavening siTengiu Government Report, Aug. if, iooy. Is attracting wide attention, for the fol lowing reasons: inn white men are seeing the real character propriations, made by Democratic Legis- of the Republican party and leaviug it. latures, by taxes upon all the taxable In Moore county the Radicals nominated property of the State, and it would be absurd to deny that seventh-eights of the money raised by taxation, for sup port of free schools and all charitable in stitutions for the colored race, is paid I OR SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE. 1st District Geo. H. Brown, Jr.,o? Beau fnrt. 2nd District Henry R.BiiYAN,of Craven, by the Democratic party 4th District spier w hitakjsk, ol vv kc. 5th District R W. Winston.of Granville. Mr. Neill McKay for the House. He declines the nomination in the follow ing in the Jonesboro Leader: 6th District E. T. Boykin, of Sampson. 7th District James D. McIyer, oi Moore. Rth District it. F. ARMFIELD. of Iredell. iOth District Jno. Gray Bynum.oi Burke Uth District W. A. Hoke, or Ltincoin. FOR SOLICITOR. 1st District J. H. BLOUNT.of Perquimans 2nd District J. M. Grizzard, o Haiirax. 3rd District Jvo. E. WooDARD.of Wilson. 4th District E. W. Pou, Jr., of Johnston. 5th District; K. . Parker, or Alamance. 6th District O. H. Allen, of Lenoir. 7th District Frank McNeill, of Rich mond. 8th District B. F. Long, of Iredell. 9th District W. W. Barber, of Wilkes. 10th District W.C.NEWLAND.of Caldwell 11th Distric-F. I. Osborne, oi Mecklen burg. 12th District Geo. A. Jones, of. Macon. FOR CONGRESS. 1st District W.A.B. BRANCH.of Beaufort. 2nd District W. J. RooERS,of Northamp ton. 3rd District B. F. Grady, of Duplin. 4th District B. H. Bunn. of Nash. 5th District A. H. A. Williams, of Gran ville. 6th District S. B. Alexander, of Meek lenburg. 7th District -J. S Hendkrson. of Rowan. 8th District W. H. II. Cowles of Wilkes. Uth District W. T. Crawford, of Hay wood. A Card. "Please allow me space in your paper to say that I have severed my connec tion with thfi Rpinnhlinan nart.v. Thft It was a Democratic Legislature that history of the present Administration first provided for building a large insane asylum, near Goldsboro, for the support and care of the poor and unfortunate in sane of the colored race. A large addition to the colored insane asylum has been made to make room lor tne insane patients who may bo carried there for support aLl medical treatmet. This is another charitable institution for the support of the colored insane, and an other monument to the real and substan tial friendship and generosity of the Democratic party of this State to the col ored people. The Democrats have shown that they are better friends to the col ored race, on account of their misfor tunes, than the Republicans of Massa chusetts have shown. The Constitution of North Carolina was amended by the Democratic party in 1875-76, and it secures the same rights to the white and colored races alike. It excludes no colored man from voting because he cannot read and write, or be cause he has not paid his taxes. In the and the acts of the colored convention at Raleigh, are reasous enough for my taking this course. I expect to support the Democratic ticket, and hereafter work in full accord with the Demo cratic party. SELF-RESPECTING 31 EN MUST LEAVE IT. .'(Fayetteville Observer.) Mr. John X. Smith, writing from Edonia to Sheriff Smith on business, says: I hope you will get elected, as well as the whole ticket, and I will vote for you, as well as the whole ticket; besides, my influence will be given cheerfully m furtherance thereof. Like Mr. Guth rie, Jl am done with the Republican party, and you can count me out of it. Of course. Men made of the right stuff, as Mr. Guthrie and Mr. Smith, find themselves at a point where it is impossible any longer to affiliate with the Republican party. -let. Th increase in the amount of new Insurance in 1889 was 66 per cent over that of the previous year, 2d. New business in 1889 nearly twenty millions of dollars 3d. The ratios of payments for Death Claims and Expenses to amount at Risk aro LOWER than those of the oldest and largest Life Insurance Com ' , r panies of New York; and the Ratios of A fall assortment of the t. xm J lB , p,w latest iiuvtjiLis xix pit"" 0 fion. people! the Web, Trail Asht Grai; Cart, Fay speciu.ly Ada,,,,, .." Jju HiU: (.Semi-Am1Ir.; It is I'eo burning, ta.-ii crumble to dust, doc soot, requires but Iitti- drdu'i c well as hickory wood s' m uc iuauc vji ii tt Will. ..... 1 t M t .uiiHine ior i.rates, fctov OUR. SILKS AND DRESS GOODS and Fancy Dress Goods and Silks is now ready. Tne de signs are exclusive. The fabrics are in textures best suited for our home trade. Woollen Goods of rough surface in Scotch Clan and French Plaids, or with small spot figures, are the that brings insurance within the reach Savings Life are LARGER, being $206 for every $100 of Liabilities, while in the three largest of the New York Companies the Ratios areas $127, $118 and $108 to every $ 100 of their Lia bilities. 4th. Life Insurance at ACTUAL COST, Prepared bv maebmerv Stove, Kgs and Lump. .SL:,,,, direct f i nm t.ht minAa at ..' 1 " try irf Jones & Fow RALEIGH, Mixers' Agents fou n c Pocahontas (Semi-liituiM purest and best steam coal In '.J' the most economical for steaiu aud:':'' ANTHRACITE COAL Lee mixes White Ashe is tV, r best of anthracite coals that wji . and gives more universal satis'-'''?' : ' in utock, all sizes Eg, stove aad Ked Ash. Epg and Splint c..al f(,r , :v kind of coal and Pocahontas t a direct to any depot. All or-K-rs r' , month filled at special Sumiui r h T' 1 1 lj; . Jones & Powell MINERS' Dar Rox: Yan Pat Sail Hon, people the fo Roc Wit, GatJ sb; Car: Wil sep-tl "ALU 2, N WAKE COUNTY TICKET. Republican State of Massachusetts a col ored man is not allowed to vote unless WHEN TO EXPECT EM'S. !N DEPEND. favorite styles. In Silks and Velvets, the plain fabrics will still re main the most popular. When wriliiih lor sam ples, state as clearly as pos sible what style Is wanted. The variety is so great this Fall that we cannot undertake to send creneral lines of samples. W. H. & 11. S. TUCKER & CO., llALEIGH, p. C. For Clerk John V. Thompson. For Sheriff-M. W. Page. For Register of Deeds S. M. Dunn. For Treasurer L. O. JjOugee. Pur coroner Du. a. J. Buffaloe. For Surveyor II. A. Chappell. WAKE CO. LEGISLATIVE TICKET For Senator A. C. Green. For House of Representatives W. B. UrciiURcn, Geo. w. Davis, A. M. Sob- bell, ana a. v. jones. WHAT DEMOCRATS MEAN THE COLOR LINE. BY The Radicals say that the Democrats are constantly calling out "Negro," and talking about the color line, and it is partly true. The Democratic party is the white man's party, and it is against their creed that a negro should be in au thority over a white man, and the Kidi- he can read and write and has paid his taxes. The Constitution and laws of Massachusetts, adopted and enforced by the Republican party, would prevent more than 75,000 poor and unfortunate colored men from exercising the right of suffrage in North Carolina. Now, where is the respectable colored man who would be willing to exchange, if he could, the Constitution and laws of North Carolina for the Constitution and laws of Massachusetts? If there be such a one, he must be influenced by igno rance and prejudice and not by reason and common sense. In Rhode Island another Republican State, and that has been so all the time a colored man is not allowed to vote unless he owns real estate of the assessed cash value of $134 at least, and shows (Shelby Aurora.) When oysters have legs and cows lay eggs and the car jumps over the moon, then and not till then, will you see a real genuine Independent candidate. D. S. WA1TT, AGT., Ia Offering SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Single and double breasted black i'rock suils. Single breasted, lour - button cutaway and aack suita. Single breasted, straight cut eack suits. Extra size suits in sacks. You men's business casst mere suits. Bovs' and children's &uits. Which will be sold at t le low fst rossiRi.K peice for CASH. of many heretofore unable to carry it. 5th. It never costs one-half the price charged for it in "Best Old Style Liife Companies," whose experience proves that hardly 39 percent, of their Prem ium Receipts were necessary to insure the lives of their Policy-holders; while the balance was used FOR SOMETHING ELSE besides insurance. Gth. Past experience shows that the better the plans of the Society are known, the greater its income becomes. To know what these plans are, call at the Company's office in Greensboro, N. C, or on any of my Agents in the State. J. S. JONES. peop. thef, R& Grl Bu Ch' As' ui; Stx( Mt ttJ CLOTHING. MANAGER. oct2-tf cal party is the negro man's party, and thinks the negro is as good as a white his tax receipt for the same year. Would the colored men of North Car man, lho highest Radical vote has nev er reached more than 133,476, and the census returns show they have at least 115,000 negro votes, while the whole of our vote, it may be said, is white. Ne groes who can vote and fail to vote at least once during an election are as scarce as dead mules.lt is to be expected, there fore, that theparty actions of the Rad 1 ! m a. a lcain snouia do in lavor oi tne negroes and require the constant warning cry on our part to white men. But for all that, tho Democratic party is, and has been, a true friend to the negro, and has done everything for his material advance ment that -it has been possible to do. The Radical party has done nothing for him, however, but give him the right to vote, and that they gave him not to benefit him, but to help themselves. If truth and justice would have any effect with the colored people iu causing them to form an unprejudiced opinion, it might be well for them to consider how much they have been mistaken and deceived by many designing men whom they have regarded as their leaders and best friends. The colored people have been taught to oppose the Democratic ' party, right or wrong, as a sentiment and not as a principle, without properly considering the error and delusion into which such a blind and reckless course would lead them. The Democratic par ty are better friends to the colored race than the white Radicals, who only use them as tools in elections for political purposes. It seems that the colored vo ters do not think how often they have voted the Radical ticket, and how little they have been benefitted by it. Now which has done the most for the colorod people of North Carolina? Of ooursothe Democratic party has done more for the colored people than the Radical party has done, and impartial history will show that this is undeniably true. It was a Democratic Legislature that infused new life into the free sehools of the State; for before they took hold of the free school system it was a sham. Tho Radicals had so squandered the free school funds that theie was no money left to support the schools. But when the Democratic party got into power they brought order out of chaos and re HALIFAX DEMOCRATS. The Alliance Named Democrats for the Legislature and the Democratic Con vention Ratified the Action. We have already published the nomi nees in Halifax county and the accep tance of the compromise agreed upon in that county by the Alliance and the committees of the two parties. The agreement was ratified by a vote of 58 to 41, and was then acquiesced in by all. lhe Democrats nominated B. J. Alls- brook for Sheriff and W. F. Parker for Treasurer. Dr. J. A. Collins offered the fellowing names, proposed by the Alliance, for the Seasonable Furnishing Goods. Gents' underwear, all grades. Gents' jeans and Canton flannel drawers. The Dia mond white shirts, col lars and cuffs. Fine neckwear, hosiery, gloves, suspenders. Collars, quite a variety ol smaller wear. Nobby soft hats for young men. Latest stales stiff hats in Dun lap & Youman's blocKa Fine wide and medium Soft and Stiffbrim, 80tt nat. god. aruciu. nave a lot oi sample hats, which are out oi the regular line, bought very eheap,and will seJl accordingly. NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY- AND FANCY GOODS. Arriving daily at MISS MAGGIE REESE'S Hats. BEST DESIGNS IN TRIM3IED GOODS From French and English Importers. ROYAL- GERMETEUl Is what you need. Trv it. Tho;;--; , . no using and all recommend G-rn lor Kneumatism, Indigestion, in-.-., tarrh, Nervous Troubles, C hm.-iVH1 General Debility, and all bb.od aJl ! -eases. A specific for Female I)is.r.h r ing pleases so well as (ierme.eur. and tales continue to increase. Trv a i A-. E. JORDAN, COMMISSION MERCHANT. Daily receiving shipments ot ; j .;u , of fine Mountain Appl ; hand. Give me a call. V t Bank. He' the fx J pie c folio. Nc Th' Ch Mr cand distr place Co' vitecl divis HI peop WALTERS MET110irw i 1 HE-BSST FOR GARMENT CUTT General Assembly: For tho Senate W olina be willing to exchange, if they E Bowers; for the House, W. W. Hall could, the Constitution and laws of this and A- B- Hill. The nomination of these Umbrellas and Rub ber Coats State for the Constitution and laws of Rhode Island? Every colored man would say no. In Pennsylvania another Radical State tho white ReDublicans do not al- gentlemen were made unanimous. The Republicans will have the Clerk, Regis ter, uoroner and Surveyor. The Vance Question. The Scotland Neck Democrat says: "For tho information of any one who Plain gingham um brellas, 50 and CO cts. Fancy handle Gloria 05 cts.; Fancy handle Gloria, very durable, fcl.lo; tancv Silk, Glo- $2.50, $3.00,3.25; Fancy Alpaca, ?3.50. $2.75. ALL THE LEADING SHAPES IN MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S Hats, Caps ana Bonnets low any colored man to hold any office of may De iu doubt about the attitude of honor or profit, although there is a large colored population in that State. The city of Philadelphia hns beeu entirely unaer nepuDiican control for almost twenty years, with a short interim, and no colored man was ever permitted to hold an office of honor or profit under Republican rule or even to vote until he had paid his taxes. ine jNew iorK uiooe, a publication ana good democrats all of them. Mil. .... i devoted to the interests of the colored Hall Jis the thoughtful, leyel-headed race, says that "Pennsylvania's colored and well equipped editor of the Roanoke the nominees towards Vance, we will say that we haye had a personal conver sation with Messrs. Hall and Hill, the nominees tor the House, and they will neuruiy support Vancj As to Mr. isowers, the nominee .for tho Sen ate, we have had no conversation with him, bat wo know him to be a sensible man. ' The Nominees. The nominees are excellent gentlemen, Fancy cuff buttons, collar buttous, studs. ecarf pins, badges and Je lry.!.. r(',n?- water for the toilet and gate's, Brown's and Kirk's toilet soaps. Call and examine my new goods. oct4-3mos D. S. WAITT, ASt. The ladies will find many things to interest them in looking through our new st jck at 209 Fayetteville St. Commercial Alliance Life Insurance Company OF NEW YORK. TIDDLFW1NKS. News. Capt. IIjll is one of the best men in the county esteemed by all, and Mr Bowers is a successful and and well informed farmer. population of S5.535 is as completely ig nored by the politicians as if it did not contain 30,000 colored votes, while the colored population of ew York, num bering about 65,000 souls, with a voting force 25,000, enters no more into the cal culations of nnlitir-iana Kara than if if I .. ."cu 11 10 xr T ttt . . , j, wMndkfnpMwrtoiomaBt m.r'"- V- waier, me democratic q,, vuuluolg lkil mi; cjcucilb iu luis senato- 1UU B4m o saia wuu equal rial district, will speak with the count v trutn of Uhio, Illinois and Indiana, with candidates in Alamance from the 13th to tne wtn, Doth inclusive. Chatham Record. The Commercial Alliance Life Insur ance Company, of New York, offers the best form of insurance extant. Its policy contract is plain and simple, containing no vexatious conditions. It promises so much unrestricted. indisimthle insnr- THl TiATFST "R X CU? ance in exchange for detinue, level prein- ---B"B-x-i AXJUk5X XV2x.VJJEi. urns, nanallv little mnra tV,Qn Koif of the continued payment whole life insur ance. $100,000 is deposited with the In surance Department of the Stite of New York for the security of policy-holders, in addition to that afforded by the f -ill re- CALX, AND SEE THEM. roi,'Tic.L t;os?m a considerable colored population in each and yet the white Republicans do not allow any colored man to be elected to any office in any of these States. The 500,000 colored people in all of the Re publican States of the North have no man of their race as a member of Con- ui iu auy oiuer omce oi nonor or profit. The colored Republicans do the voting in elections and the white Repnb licans get all the principal offices. TIIEV MERIT CONTEMPT. (Senator Vance at Raleigh.) A Southern man who supports that force bill ought not to be allowed to live among us. I do not mean that I favor yiolence, for I have seen enough of vio lence, God knows. But there is such a thing as driving a man from among you Dy your contempt and intolerance. Mr. P. J. Leonard, one of the Demo- cia-io nominees for the House in David son county, ha3 declined the nomination. It is admitted by Republicans that rawiora got the best of Ewart at Jack. son. A gentleman lust from tho wMf " f tens us that a prominent Republican who heard the speaking said that Craw ford certainly got the best of Ewart. Onr junior buyer has iost returned frnm Baltimore and Is'ew York, and has bought a large line ot NOV Among which, we expect to arrive to-day a large assortment of Japanese Goods, Including BASKETS, MATS, TRAYS, CRABS. (SCrvEE2sS, very nice for $ 1.T5), DOLLS, And Many Novelties. iew assortment of iy2 and 10 cent GKElSrGKH.AJMIS We are also glad to state that we will be ready to snow you the very latest tne things in Capt. Alexander. D date for Congress from this district, MI1LINE1F?VI IM spoke to an immense PrnH in t.Q ,vni 1 lic.r-LT I UN . . .v.i t,uo VUUIl x I 3- 1 .1 house to-day. He d welt mainlr rtnnr, inciuamg botn the financial system of our government A3IEHTUAN AND FRENCH "iaugmaieu ana Kept upon the statute book by the Republican party, touching incidentally upon tariff and internal revenue as tributary to the r.i The speech was well received and will do real good. Lumberton Robesonian of Wednesday. STYLES Woollcott&Son, 14 E. MARTIN STREET. In Love with All the World. (Durham Sun.) A day or two ago a lady in conversa- u. uuy, ckskcu nim li co knew who loved everybody ?j "Of course I does ; my pa loves everybody, cause he's running for office." THE YARBORO HOUSE. R. B. RANEY, Prop'r, Raleigh, N. C. Kates, $2.50 per day. $10.50 to $15 per week HOTEIj FLORENCE T. G. ABjUnqtok, Manager, Raleigh, N. C. Booma, with meals at Yarboro House. $2.00 n J i n . , iu.uu per wees. -Special rates to lawyers attending 8u- " "J serve required by the statutes, and also uy ine surplus accumulation. Its finan cial strength is beyond question, the last annual reyort showing that it had cash assets oi S30 to each $100 of liability. The ouaru oi directors is composed ot experi enced business men and capitalists, who personally control the affairs of the Com pany, thus proving the strongest possible guarantee of honest, economic and skill ful management. This Company has writ ten, through local representatives in orth Carolina, during the past five months, nearly a quarter of a million of business; and active, energetic and relia ble agents are wanted to further extend u omPany's interests in all sections of the btate. Ample and exclusive territory assigned each agent. Only those furnish ing unquestionable references as to char acter and ability, need apply. Address all communications to J. C. ELLINGTON, State Agt., octl-D2w Raleigh, N. C. IN OWN- That's vrhere the 200 lots of THE WEST WINSTON, N. C.are situated. Not in the country. 12,000 ueoule. 100 factori 9 ,5i roads built, 2 bnilding, attitude 953 feet, win ter temperature 44 deg , Bummer 7G deg., rain 45 inches. Prices -$l,5O0 to $500 per lot Terms, one-third urst year; one-third second k8' k Adv4ance on November 1. Buy a house in the best town in the South. Avera Bn nual increase in values for 10 conMunti years per cent. Sure enough inducements ouio cuuugu mvesiors. eSattt. preme Court HOW TO MAKE MONEY! J? ve J11 ?f a 24-Page pamphlet issued by the Equitable Loan & Trt CoT, 76 Mon2 gomery st., Jersey City, N. J. ' If VOn 'Want. tr trrti. V , will net tte-tat teSS. ' invIsTed SfS3 estate, either inlarge or email amounta 8end address .n . :i . eena Thi-- st?:u, v ?h the elegant i.:. : IMP0E.TJ2D SUITIKGS- OF KVE3Y DECi:!TTOX fAUUiri' I V O . ?N . WALTKKS. THE TAILOK, Is a combination which ini:i !;;. v a. -. handsome and perfect tilling " f4 o ii poori the THE NEW FALL Slu 'K OF RICH AKD BEAUTIFUL SUilK Is now ou exhibition ut G. N. WALTEK. The Tail' r. seplTtf Favettev:l! NEW i MUSIC a "Kathleen," new song, by ( A. WL::--. 4 "My Marguerite of Long Ago" bv C. m ui be, Madeline" by C. A. White, Thou art all to me," beautiful walv - -by H. T. Smith, author ol "If You L me Darling, Listen to ray tale of e Only Sweet Memories" Waltz Son-, ! y H. T Smith. Lilac" Karl Gardner's New 8ng in 11 1'-.. therland." ia u greaiesi nit oi in'- - - MAIL ORDERS For the above au 1 lor other pop iln' - quiCKiy nilea. 2,000 SELECTIONS TEN CENT MUSI cat: the of ad aui tol ds NAEE PIANOS, RANICH & BACn PIANOS I MB ALL PIANOS. I MBALL ORGANS. MLLLEli OliOANS. NEEDHAU OliGANS. SOLE AGENTS For the above instruments. Lest lowest prices. K d a NOKTH STATE MUSIC CO., Cecil G. Stone, Mo'u, 113 Fayetteville St., Raleigh, N. C. j . PEACE INSTITUTE, Kalelgb, . C The 54th year of this old ?cho I. its iSth year at Raleigh, bec:n September 3d, 1890. Professor A. Baumann, who needs no commen dation anywhere in the South, will' continue as Director of Mi sic, and Miss E. G. Buck, whose repu tation is unsurpassed, will conti li ne to preside over the Art De partment. Every Teacher ia the Faculty is a specialist iu her department. Address: JAMES DINWIDDIE, M.A. (University of Virginia) Princital, d-w-tf Raleigh, X. C.